467 million were infected, about 6.1 million died.  Statistics by country

The constantly updated Worldometers monitoring page shows that, as of March 17, 2022, 6088149 people died from the coronavirus disease COVID-19 in the world (+6741 per day), about 467 million were infected, more than 62 million are currently infected, more than 398 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 – 996072 dead
Brazil – 656487
India – 516312
Russia – 363039 (according to Rosstat, there are many more deaths from COVID-19 in the Russian Federation)
Mexico – 321806
Peru – 211691
Great Britain – 163386
Italy – 157442
Indonesia – 153212
France – 140729
Iran – 139387
Colombia – 139386
Argentina – 127363
Germany – 127072
Poland – 113980
Ukraine – 107412
Spain – 101416
South Africa – 99829
Turkey – 96954
Romania – 64581
Philippines – 57880

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 – 6272
Romania – 3396
Brazil – 3052
Poland – 3017
USA – 2979
Argentina – 2775
Colombia – 2690
Italy – 2611
Russia – 2486
Ukraine – 2481
Mexico – 2452
Great Britain – 2385
Spain – 2168
France – 2148
South Africa – 1648
Iran – 1624
Germany – 1508
Turkey – 1129

Most infections (rounded to millions of values) were detected in:
USA – 81 million people
India – 43 million
Brazil – 30 million
France – 24 million
Great Britain – 20 million
Germany – 18 million
Russia – 17 million
Turkey – 15 million
Italy – 14 million
Spain – 11 million
Argentina – 9 million
South Korea – 9 million
Iran – 7 million
Netherlands – 7 million
Vietnam – 7 million
Colombia – 6 million
Poland – 6 million
Indonesia – 6 million
Mexico – 6 million
Japan – 6 million
Ukraine – 5 million

Coronavirus was detected in 3745408 Israelis, 10417 of them died. Relative mortality: 1117 per 1 million (84th in the world). Lethality: less than 0.3%.

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