The World Health Organization reported a decrease in COVID-19 deaths in the world

The World Health Organization reported a decrease in COVID-19 deaths in the world

Between April 3 and 30, about 2.8 million people worldwide were infected with the coronavirus, and more than 17,000 people died. The number of deaths compared with the previous 28 days decreased by 30%, the number of infections decreased by 17%. According to AMIT Khovar referring to TASS, this was reported by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday evening.

In four weeks, there were 2,779,198 cases of infection and 17,459 deaths worldwide.

In 28 days, the United States had the largest number of cases, 392,480. Next on the list are the Republic of Korea (330,509), Japan (251,158), India (222,784) and France (197,190). In the United States, the highest number of fatalities was recorded between April 3 and April 30, with 5,263. It was followed by Brazil (1,255), Russia (993), France (871) and Iran (762).

As of May 3, WHO had received 765,222,932 cases of coronavirus and 6,921,614 deaths since the pandemic began.


AMIT “Khovar”

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Ruzimuhammad Ismoilov


06.05.2023 423
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