Almost six months after the first coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China, the pandemic has infected more than 6,390,000 people and caused at least 383,226 deaths worldwide, according to the Johns Hopkins University count.
So far, the United States is the country with the most confirmed cases, reporting more than 1,847,000 infections around the country. It is followed by Brazil, the focus of Latin America and the next epicenter according to the World Health Organization (WHO) with more than half a million confirmed cases.
The complete ranking of the nations with the most infections is:
United States: 1,847,412
United Kingdom: 281,265
Regarding deaths, the United States is also the country that has been hit the most with 107,023 deaths, while Brazil continues to see how the deceased increase by thousands as its health systems collapse and some cemeteries dig new graves to supply the deceased.
The complete ranking of the nations with the most deaths is:
United States: 107,023
United Kingdom: 39,811