The number of Covid-19 infections globally exceeds 4 million and nearly 280,000 deaths, although many countries have passed the epidemic peak and have begun to relax their restrictive measures.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the number of people infected with the corona virus globally surpassed 4 million on May 10.
Statistics from Johns Hopkins University show that 4,018,342 people were infected with Covid-19 and 278,756 died from the disease.
The United States remains the worst-affected nation in the pandemic with 1,305,544 people infected and 78,693 deaths as of May 10. The number of people who test positive for the virus in the US continues to rise amid the many states in the country that have gradually relaxed their control measures.
In Spain, the number of virus-positive people has surpassed Italy, making it the country with the second highest number of infections in the world after the US. Spain has recorded 222,857 people infected and 26,229 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. The country will begin to relax restrictive measures on May 11.
Italy has reported 218,268 people infected with the corona virus and 30,395 deaths due to Covid-19. The country also reopened after a 9-week long blockade on 4/5, the world’s longest nationwide blockade during the pandemic.
He surpassed other countries to become the country with the fourth highest number of corona virus cases in the world with 216,525 positive testers and 31,662 deaths. England is also the country with the second highest number of deaths from pandemic in the world after the US. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to be cautious in reopening Britain’s economy. The country also plans to force all individuals to leave the country within 14 days.
The number of corona virus infections in Russia has reached 198,676 cases and 1,827 deaths, exceeding the positive number in France and Germany.
Many European countries plan to gradually relax their epidemic control measures on May 11, such as Greece, the Netherlands and Switzerland.