Washington (TEH) » According to US experts, more than 80,000 people worldwide have already died from infection with the novel coronavirus. The number of confirmed infections with Sars-CoV-2 rose to around 1.4 million worldwide by Tuesday afternoon (local time), as evidenced by data from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.

In Italy, more than 17,000 people with corona died, around 13,900 in Spain, more than 12,000 in the United States, and more than 10,000 in France. Among the countries most affected by Covid-19 lung disease, the university registered the highest proportion of corona Deaths relative to the population so far in Spain and Italy. In both countries, about 27 people per 100,000 inhabitants died from the virus.

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In contrast, there were around 2.2 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants in Germany and around 0.2 in China. The website of the researchers at the University of Johns Hopkins is regularly updated with incoming data and therefore shows a higher level of confirmed infections than the official figures of the World Health Organization ( WHO) and the United States Department of Health CDC. Johns Hopkins University overview Hopkins data: deaths per 100,000 population

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