Covid, March 7, 2022: About 447 million were infected, more than 6 million died.  Statistics by country

The constantly updated Worldometers monitoring page shows that, as of March 7, 2022, 6020572 people died from the coronavirus disease COVID-19 in the world (+4874 per day), about 447 million were infected, about 61 million are currently infected, about 380 million infected are recognized as recovered. Average lethality: 1.3%.

Countries where there are more than 50 thousand deaths from coronavirus (officially confirmed data are indicated):

 

USA – 984020 dead
Brazil – 652207
India – 515133
Russia – 356281 (according to Rosstat, there are many more deaths from COVID-19 in the Russian Federation)
Mexico – 319859
Peru – 211108
Great Britain – 162008
Italy – 155887
Indonesia – 150172
France – 139275
Colombia – 139091
Iran – 137948
Argentina – 126768
Germany – 124716
Poland – 112545
Ukraine – 106485
Spain – 100431
South Africa – 99543
Turkey – 95549
Romania – 63961
Philippines – 57023

In other countries, so far, according to official figures, less than 50 thousand deaths from COVID-19.

Among the above countries, the highest relative mortality (> 1000 deaths per 1 million population):

Peru – 6257
Romania – 3362
Brazil – 3032
Poland – 2979
USA – 2944
Argentina – 2762
Colombia – 2686
Italy – 2585
Ukraine – 2460
Russia – 2440
Mexico – 2438
Great Britain – 2366
Spain – 2147
France – 2126
South Africa – 1644
Iran – 1608
Germany – 1481
Turkey – 1113

Most of the infected (rounded to millions of values) were detected in:
USA – 81 million people
India – 43 million
Brazil – 29 million
France – 23 million
Great Britain – 19 million
Russia – 17 million
Germany – 16 million
Turkey – 14 million
Italy – 13 million
Spain – 11 million
Argentina – 9 million
Iran – 7 million
Netherlands – 7 million
Colombia – 6 million
Poland – 6 million
Indonesia – 6 million
Mexico – 6 million
Japan – 5 million
Ukraine – 5 million
South Korea – 5 million

Coronavirus was detected in 3673110 Israelis, 10282 of them died. Relative mortality: 1103 per 1 million (84th in the world). Lethality: less than 0.3%.

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