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US News Coronavirus: more than 4 million deaths worldwide, according to a reuters count

12:35  18 june  2021
12:35  18 june  2021 Source:   france24.com

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Coronavirus -related deaths worldwide passed a grim milestone of 4 million on Friday, according to a Reuters tally, as many countries struggle to procure enough vaccines to inoculate their populations. Last week, the Indian state of Bihar raised its COVID-19 death toll sharply higher after the discovery of thousands of unreported cases, lending weight to concerns that India’s overall death tally is significantly more than the official figure. As poorer nations struggle to inoculate their populations due to vaccine shortages, wealthier countries have been urged to donate more to control

( Reuters ) - Coronavirus -related deaths worldwide passed a grim milestone of 4 million on Thursday, according to a Reuters tally, as many countries struggle to procure enough vaccines to inoculate their populations. While the number of new cases and deaths have abated in countries like the United States and Britain, several nations have vaccine shortages as the Delta variant becomes the dominant strain around the world . It took over a year for the COVID-19 death toll to hit 2 million, while the next 2 million were recorded in just 166 days, according to a Reuters analysis.

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CORONAVIRUS: PLUS DE 4 MILLIONS DE MORTS DANS LE MONDE, SELON UN DÉCOMPTE REUTERS © Reuters / Danish Ismail Coronavirus: More than 4 million dead in the world, according to a Reuters

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(Reuters) - The balance of deaths related to the coronavirus in the world has taken the course of the four million Thursday, according to a countdown From Reuters, while many countries are struggling to get enough vaccines for their populations.

If the number of new cases and deaths declined in countries such as the United States, Great Britain or France, several nations face a shortage of vaccines while the Delta Variant, initially discovered in India, spread throughout the world.

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Coronavirus -related deaths worldwide passed a grim milestone of 4 million on Thursday, according to a Reuters tally, as many countries struggle to procure enough vaccines to inoculate their populations. While the number of new cases and deaths have abated in countries like the United States and Britain, several nations have vaccine shortages as the Delta variant becomes the dominant strain around the world . It took over a year for the COVID-19 death toll to hit 2 million, while the next 2 million were recorded in just 166 days, according to a Reuters analysis.

More than a year has elapsed before the number of VICI victims reached 2 million, and only 166 days for the 2 million additional deaths, according to a Reuters analysis.

The five countries with the total number of highest deaths - the United States, Brazil, India, Russia and Mexico - account for about 50% of all deaths in the world. Peru, Hungary, Bosnia, the Czech Republic and Gibraltar register the strongest mortality rates reported to the general population.

Latin American countries face their worst epidemic outbreak since March, 43 out of 100 infections in the world reported in the region, according to a Reuters analysis. The nine countries reporting the largest number of death per capita over the last week are all in Latin America.

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Coronavirus Worldwide Graphs. Data for the charts below is added, and charts updated, after the "Total Cases" = total cumulative count (177,452,693). This figure includes deaths and recovered or By removing deaths and recoveries from total cases, we get "currently infected cases" or "active

image captionHealth officials say the actual death toll is likely far higher than the recorded count . The US has passed 100,000 deaths in the coronavirus outbreak in less than four months. It has seen more fatalities than any other country, while its 1.69 million confirmed infections account What's the national picture? Twenty states reported a rise in new cases for the week ending on Sunday, according to a Reuters study. North Carolina, Wisconsin and Arkansas are among those seeing a steady rise in cases. The caseload remains stubbornly high in a number of metropolitan areas, including Chicago

The hospitals of Bolivia, Chile and Uruguay mainly welcome patients with COVID-19 aged 25 to 40 years. In Brazil, in Sao Paulo, 80% of patients in intensive care units are victims of coronavirus.

The skyrocketing of death makes the functioning capacity of the crematoriums in developing countries and the graves of several countries have been forced to enlarge the cemeteries.

India and Brazil are at the top of the list of countries with the highest number of deaths per day on an average of seven days and are still faced with incineration problems and lack of burial space. According to a Reuters statement, India has a one-day death reported every day in the world.

Many health experts estimate that the official balance sheet is heavier globally, the World Health Organization (WHO) last month that the number of victims was "largely underestimated".

Last week, the Indian state of Bihar reviewed the number of deaths from COVID-19 after the discovery of thousands of undeclared cases, fueling the fears of a significantly heavier assessment than the official figure in India.

The richest countries have been urged to redouble efforts to control the pandemic by making donations of vaccines to the poorest nations, struggling with shortages.

"The main challenge in the Americas is access to vaccines, not their acceptance," said Wednesday the Director of the Pan American Health Organization, Carissa Etienne, urging donor countries to send vaccines as soon as possible .

The G7 member countries had committed to providing a billion vaccines against COVID-19 to help the poorest countries vaccinate their populations.

(French version Dagmarah Mackos, edited by Blandine Hénault)

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