World records 3.28 million cases of Covid-19 in a single day

This number represents the highest record of infections ever reached since the beginning of the pandemic and follows the increase that also occurred in the United States.

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THE world recorded 3.28 million cases of Covid-19 this Monday, the 10th, the biggest daily record since the beginning of the pandemic. The data is from the platform Our World in Data, connected to Oxford University. The increase follows the growth of record infections also in the United States (USA), indicated as 1.48 million people with Covid-19 by the same website. One A survey by the Reuters news agency also points to the high American rate, but with 1.3 million people positive for infection with the new coronavirus. The numbers have been growing in Europe and in the States, mainly since Christmas 2021 and more strongly after the beginning of 2022, when several records have already been broken.

The mortality rate of the pandemic in the world also grew again this Monday, 10, leading 6,460 people to death. However, the number is far below the highest record of deaths from Covid-19 ever recorded on the platform, of 18,062, almost a year ago, on January 20, 2021. Despite the highest number of cases in the United States, the country recorded fewer deaths [1.906] than to europe [2.533], where there is a large wave of anti-vaccine people during the confrontation of the Ômicron variant, considered more transmissible than the others.

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