Source: Arabic.net, agencies
The confirmed global HIV infection worldwide has exceeded 2 million, while deaths have exceeded 126,000, amid attempts around the world to reduce the spread of infection.
This comes as several countries are discussing easing some measures and reopening the economy, even partially, in an attempt to reduce the devastating effects of the virus on the economic level.
The most affected countries were the United States, which ranked first with more than 600 thousand injuries, followed by Spain, where the number of injuries in the past days increased dramatically to record more than 170 thousand injuries, while the deaths amounted to more than eighteen thousand, and Italy is angry at its European neighbors The injuries reached more than 160,000, but it ranks second in the number of deaths after America, where it exceeds 21,000.
France came fourth with injuries exceeding 140 thousand cases, while the number of deaths increased by more than 15 thousand deaths, followed by Germany with more than 130 thousand injuries, and deaths exceeded 3 thousand cases, while Britain remained the sixth in the world with a number of injuries approaching 94 thousand, but with The number of deaths is relatively high, exceeding 12 thousand cases.
Of course, the epidemic center of China has declined, with 82,000 fewer infections recorded, while no new deaths have been recorded.
Moving to Iran, the peak of the outbreak is still at its height, with about 75 thousand injuries and more than 4 thousand and 600 deaths recorded. As for Turkey, it quickly jumped to the list of the ten most affected countries with its delay in isolation procedures, to exceed the number of injuries by 65 thousand with deaths amounting to 1400 cases.
The last country in the ranking is Belgium with more than 31,000 injuries and more than 4,000 deaths.