According to Johns Hopkins University, 400,812,917 people have already been infected with the coronavirus in more than two years of the pandemic, with almost 87 million infected in the past 28 days.
The number of officially registered incidence cases since the beginning of the pandemic worldwide has exceeded 400 million. According to the American Johns Hopkins University (JHU), on the morning of Wednesday, February 9, 400,812,917 infected with SARS-CoV-2 were detected on the planet. Over the past 28 days, 86,871,381 cases of infection have been registered, according to the JHU website.
The most cases of infection over the past 28 days were detected in the United States - 14,577,688. They are followed by France (8,493,820), India (6,463,821), Brazil (4,157,138), Italy (3,990,904) and Germany (3,888,886). At the same time, the most infected during the entire pandemic were detected in the United States (more than 77 million), India (more than 42 million) and Brazil (almost 27 million). In recent weeks, the Omicron variant of the coronavirus has become predominant worldwide, characterized by increased contagiousness, but a milder course of the disease.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 5.76 million people have died from coronavirus
The number of deaths from the coronavirus-induced disease COVID-19 to date, according to Johns Hopkins University, has reached 5,764,479. In the last four weeks alone, 256,158 people with COVID-19 have died worldwide. At the same time, the highest rates of deaths from coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University, were recorded in the USA (908,844), Brazil (634,118), India (505,279) and Russia (329,951).
The number of coronavirus vaccinations in the world has exceeded 10 billion. As of Wednesday morning, 10,097,802,719 doses of coronavirus vaccines have been used for the entire vaccination period, of which 740,511,631 have been used over the past 28 days.
The website created by Johns Hopkins University scientists for global monitoring of the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus has become one of the most famous and cited in the world. It publishes higher figures than the official data of the World Health Organization (WHO). In some cases, the university’s data is adjusted downward.