Coronavirus casualties continue to pile up, despite all attempts by governments to limit the damage from infection. And while the news is getting better with regard to the pandemic, death is increasingly threatening to reach 100,000, according to Worldometers.
According to the latest data from the World Health Organization, the death toll is nearly 95,402.
Nearly half of them are from Europe (64,572), Italy (143,626), Spain (153,222) and France (117,749), which are most at risk. The United States (463,512), on the other hand, reports the highest number of infected persons, with the total number of patients almost greater than that of the “old continent.” There are already 16 510 dead, and the good news is that recoveries continue to increase (25 139).
At the bottom of the table are small countries such as Timor-Leste (1 sick), South Sudan (3), Saint Pierre and Miquelon (1)