The list of countries most affected by Corona is led by the United States
The nation press services
2021-05-03 | Since 1 Month
The Corona virus has so far claimed 3.2 million lives around the world, and the total number of infections since the start of the epidemic has exceeded 152 million.
The United States, which tops the list of countries most affected by the outbreak, has recorded more than 577,000 deaths, while the total number of infected people has reached 32.4 million so far.
Brazil came in second place in the number of deaths, as the Corona virus claimed the lives of about 408 thousand people, and the number of infected people exceeded 14.7 million infected.
Mexico ranked third with more than 217 thousand deaths due to the outbreak of the epidemic, and the total number of infected people exceeded two million and 348 thousand people, followed by India, where the epidemic claimed the lives of about 216 thousand people, and the total number of injuries reached more than 19.5 million cases so far.
As for the fifth place, Britain, the most affected country in the European Union, went to Britain, where the total deaths exceeded 127 thousand deaths, and the total number of injuries rose to more than 4.4 million injuries, followed by Italy, which ranks sixth in the list of the most affected countries in terms of the number of deaths. So far, about 122,000 people have died there, and the total number of injuries has exceeded 4 million.
Russia, which ranked seventh, has recorded about 111,000 deaths and more than 4.7 million injuries since the outbreak began.
France ranked eighth, as the Corona epidemic there claimed more than 105,000 people, and the total number of infections since the start of the epidemic has exceeded 5.7 million.
Germany ranked ninth with more than 83,000 deaths due to the outbreak of the epidemic so far, and the total number of injuries in it has reached more than 3.4 million, followed in tenth place by Spain, where the epidemic claimed the lives of more than 78,000 people, and the number of injuries exceeded 3.5 million injuries.