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Over 3 million people have died of Coronavirus worldwide

The number of deaths from the coronavirus worldwide has peaked at three million, with more than 140 million cases due to repeated disruptions in vaccination campaigns and a growing crisis in places like Brazil, India, and France.

The death toll as of Saturday, compiled by John Hopkins University, is almost equal to the population of Kyiv (Ukraine), Caracas (Venezuela), or Lisbon (Portugal). It has a population of more than 2.7 million in Chicago and is comparable to Philadelphia and Dallas combined.

And the true number is believed to be significantly higher, possibly due to possible government secrecy and several other factors neglected in the early stages of the first published outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan in late 2019.

In January of this year, when the world was on the brink of two million deaths, vaccination began in Europe and America. Today, vaccinations are in progress in more than 190 countries, although progress in controlling the virus has changed dramatically.

While campaigns in the United States and the United Kingdom have had a profound effect and people and businesses have begun to think about life after the epidemic, other places, mostly poor countries but some rich people are also lagging in gunfire and new lockdowns and other Imposed restrictions.

In Brazil, where nearly 3,000 people are dying every day in one-fourth of the world’s deaths in recent weeks, the crisis has been described by a WHO official as a “hell of anger”.

A more contagious form of the virus has spread across the country.

As the number of cases has increased, hospitals have become highly critical. As a result, there are reports that some physicians continue to supply what they need and even keep patients in their beds while breathing airways.

President Jair Bolsonaro, who has received the virus relatively more frequently than the flu, said for months his health ministry had placed big bets on a single vaccine, ignoring other manufacturers. When the obstacles came, it was too late to get the big ones on time.

In India, the increase in cases in February after a few weeks of continuous decline surprised the authorities. India, driven by a variety of viruses, has seen more than 200,000 daily infections in the past week, bringing the total number of cases to 14.5 million.

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