United States, India and Brazil are top three countries in terms of detected contaminated persons.
The number of deaths from the COVID-19 disease consequences
has exceeded 1 million in the world, according to the data that on Sunday, September 27, provided Worldometer, the website of the international group of volunteers that track world statistics in real time.
Since the pandemic beginning, over 33 million infected
people have been identified in total and more than 24.5 million people have recovered.
The United States ranks first in the world in terms of the number of registered cases (7,297,802 infected, 209,273 deaths). They are followed by India (6,047,690 infected, 95,075 deaths). The third is Brazil (4,719,099 infections, 141,503 deaths).
Earlier, the World Health Organization did not rule out that up to 2 million people will die from COVID-19 consequences before an effective vaccine against the virus
becomes massively available. This statement made the Executive Director of the WHO Health Emergencies Program Michael Ryan at a briefing on September 25.