More than 1.27 million people have been diagnosed in the United States. AP
The epidemic of New Coronary Pneumonia continues, with 3.9 million people diagnosed worldwide and more than 270,000 dead. Among them, the epidemic in the United States is the most serious, with more than 1.28 million people infected and 76,000 dead.
Spain has the second highest number of diagnoses in the world, with more than 220,000 people diagnosed and 26,000 people died. Followed by Italy, more than 210,000 people were diagnosed and more than 30,000 people died.