Corona virus infections

showed the latest global statistics published about pandemic Corona Almostagd- “Kovid 19”, until Friday evening, the virus has killed 275.123 people in the world, while the total proceeds of the number of declared infected with them, more than 4 million confirmed cases, recovered them About one million and 376 thousand patients.

On the Arab level, 15 countries announced, on Friday, the death of 64 people affected by the virus, and the discovery of 5,728 new confirmed cases, in a noticeable increase in the daily death toll and injury compared to Thursday’s death toll of 49 deaths, and 4,781 confirmed cases In 15 Arab countries, according to the Wafa Agency.

The Corona pandemic continues to spread in 212 countries, regions and regions around the world, where Friday, more than 84 thousand new infections were discovered, and during the last 24 hours there were 4,697 deaths, so far, and the United States of America is still recording the largest part of them, as Friday announced 1,371 Death, bringing the number of deaths to 78,299 people, thus preserving its lead over all countries of the world in terms of the number of deaths, as well as the number of injuries that have reached its outcome until the moment about one million and 316 thousand people, including 23,274 new cases so far. And the numbers coming from America are likely to increase at any moment for the time difference factor between them and the Middle East.

Britain, which ranks second in terms of death toll globally, has a death toll of 31,241 people, including 626 on Friday, while the death toll has 211,364 injuries, including 4,649 cases discovered in the last 24 hours.

Italy, which now ranks third, recorded 243 deaths, out of a total of 30,201 deaths, while it announced the discovery of 1,327 new cases, bringing the total number of injured to 217,185 confirmed cases.

Spain continues to settle in the fourth place, recording the death toll of 26,299 people, including 229 Friday, and the total number of injured has 260,117 people, including 3,262 in the last 24 hours.

France also maintained its fifth position with a total of 26,230 deaths, including 243 on Friday, and a total of 176,079 injuries, including 1,288 in the last 24 hours.

Brazil, which suffers from the rapid spread of the virus in the country, and has progressed continuously in its global ranking to settle since Thursday at sixth place, with a death toll of 9,637 people, including 449 Friday, and a total of 141,088 confirmed cases, including 5,395 in the last 24 hours.

Then comes Belgium, which is stable in seventh place, recording a death toll of 8,521 cases, including 106 on Friday, and a total of 52,011 injuries, of whom 591 last 24 hours.

It is followed by Germany, which ranks eighth in the world, with a death toll of 7,445 people, of whom 53 are Friday, and a total of 170,114 injuries, of whom 684 are last 24 hours.

Iran, which is still settling at the ninth place, has a death toll of 6,541 people, of whom 55 are Friday, while the death toll has reached 104,691 injuries, including 1,556 for the last 24 hours.

The Netherlands continues to settle at the tenth position globally, with a death toll of 5,359 people, including 71 Friday, and a death toll of 42,093 injuries, including 319 the last 24 hours.

China, which is the epicentre of the global virus outbreak, maintains its 11th place, with a death toll of 4,633 without registering Friday, and since many past days, any death, and the death toll has reached 82,886 cases, of which only one person was infected in the last 24 hours.

Canada continues to settle at the 12th place globally, where Friday it recorded 159 deaths, bringing its death toll to 4,567 people, as well as 1,391 confirmed new cases out of a total of 66,313 cases in the country.

Statistics showed that 11 Arab countries announced on Friday 64 new deaths from the “Corona” virus: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Sudan, Algeria, Kuwait, Morocco, Iraq, Yemen, the Sultanate of Oman, and Lebanon, while 4 other Arab countries recorded new infections Confirmed.

Egypt has recorded 21 deaths, out of a total of 503 deaths so far, and 495 new injuries, bringing the number of injured to 8,476 cases.

While Saudi Arabia recorded 10 deaths, out of a total of 229 deaths in the kingdom so far, and that 1,701 new injuries were recorded, bringing the number of injured to 35,432 people.

The UAE also recorded 9 deaths, bringing the total number of deaths to 174, and 553 new confirmed cases out of 16,793 cases so far.

Sudan recorded 7 deaths, bringing the total number of deaths to 59, while 181 confirmed new cases out of a total of 1,111 cases so far.

Algeria recorded 5 deaths, bringing the total number of deaths to 488, while 187 new confirmed cases out of a total of 5,369 cases so far.

Kuwait recorded 3 deaths, bringing the total number of deaths to 47, and 641 confirmed new infections out of a total of 7,208 cases so far.

Morocco recorded 3 deaths, out of a total of 186 deaths in the country, and 163 new injuries, bringing the number of injured to 5,711 people.

Iraq, for its part, recorded the death of two people, bringing the total number of deaths to 104, while 60 new confirmed cases were recorded out of 2,603 ​​cases so far.

Yemen also recorded two deaths, out of a total of 7 deaths in the country, and 9 new injuries, bringing the number of injured to 34.

The Sultanate of Oman, in turn, recorded one death case, bringing the total number of deaths to 16, and 154 confirmed new infections out of a total of 3,112 cases so far.

Lebanon also recorded one death case, bringing the total number of deaths to 26, while 12 confirmed new cases out of a total of 796 cases so far.

At the level of Arab countries that did not witness Friday, deaths, but recorded new infections on its territory, Qatar has registered 1,311 new infections out of a total of 20,201 cases in the country so far, as it recorded 12 deaths since the discovery of the virus until today.

Bahrain recorded 245 new infections out of 4,444 cases, of whom 8 have died so far.

Jordan recorded 14 new injuries, bringing the total toll to 508 cases, 9 of whom have died so far.

Finally, Syria recorded two new cases of two people, out of a total of 47, of whom 3 have died so far.

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Muzaffar Ahmad Noori Bajwa
Editor in chief of The Eastern Herald. Studied Information Technology and Management. An OSINT Partisan & Political Analyst, Human Rights activist, and Social Activist.