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The coronavirus pandemic exceeds 200 million registered infections worldwide, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University.

The data portal on COVID-19 of the Center for Science and Systems Engineering of the institution has encrypted more than 200,050,000 cases recorded worldwide, while the total of deaths exceeds 4,250,000, according to data collected on the night of this Wednesday.

The United States, with more than 35 million cases; India, with more than 31 million, and Brazil, with 20 million, are the countries most affected by the number of positives registered since the pandemic broke out.

Likewise, these top the list in the case of countries with more fatalities due to the disease, with more than 614,000 in the United States, more than 550,000 in Brazil and more than 425,000 in India, while Mexico, with 240,000, and Peru, with about 200,000, they follow.

The number of confirmed infections has doubled in six months, since at the end of January the university’s data center reported that they had exceeded 100 million, while then the deaths were over two million.

On the other hand, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, 4,264,481,415 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered worldwide.

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