The death toll from Corona since its inception and until now has reached 1.3 million
Corona deaths since its inception around the world amounted to 1.3 million deaths from 53.3 million injuries, according to official and announced data, which experts believe are not correct with respect to the actual numbers of injuries and deaths, and that these data reflect only a part of the actual number of cases.
The speed of the spread of the Corona virus is increasing in many countries again in the so-called second wave, which severely struck the European continent and the United States of America, and the last is considered the most affected in the world, where 244,345 deaths were announced compared to 10739,614 infections,
Brazil comes second, which recorded 164,737 deaths, compared to 5810,652 injuries.
India follows with 129,188 deaths compared to 8,773,479 injuries.
Then Mexico has 97,624 deaths compared to 997,393 injuries,
And the United Kingdom has 51,304 deaths, compared to 1,317,496 injuries.
Although there is good news about the availability of the vaccine against the disease, there are high-level experts at the World Health Organization who warn that the spread of misinformation and lack of confidence in public circles will reduce the benefit of vaccines, as well as the lack of justice in distributing the vaccine to countries, as there are some countries that will get it First, in sufficient quantity, while poor countries will struggle to obtain it.