Jakarta, IDN Times – The corona virus outbreak in the world still hasn’t stopped. Based on data World O Meterthere are still 60,078,0003 people in the world who are still patients with COVID-19 as of Saturday (12/3/2022).
In accumulation, there are 455,033,867 people who have been exposed to the corona virus. 6 million of them died and 388.8 million patients have been declared cured.
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1. The United States has the most active COVID-19 cases
The United States is still the country with the most active cases with 24.4 million active cases of COVID-19. Below it follows Germany (24.4 million active cases), Vietnam (2.4 million), and Russia (1.6 million).
Meanwhile, Indonesia is ranked 20th compared to other countries. To date, there are 376,461 active COVID-19 cases in Indonesia.
2. The United States is also the country with the most accumulated COVID-19 cases
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The United States is also the country with the highest accumulation of COVID-19 cases in the world. Uncle Sam’s country has recorded 81.1 million cases with deaths reaching 992,816 cases and 55.6 million people who have recovered.
India is the second country with the most total COVID-19 cases in the world and number one in Asia. In this country there have been 42.9 million cases with 515,833 deaths and 55.6 million patients have recovered.
After India, Brazil has 29.3 million COVID-19 cases. Of these, 654,612 of them died and 27.5 million patients have recovered.
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3. More than 5.8 million people in Indonesia have been exposed to the corona virus
Meanwhile, Indonesia is ranked 15th in the world with the most accumulated COVID-19 cases. Until now, there have been 5.8 million people in the country who have been exposed to the corona virus.
Of these, 151,703 died and 5.3 million patients have been declared cured.
To date, 193 million people in Indonesia have received the first dose of vaccination. Of these, 150.2 million people have received the second dose and another 14 million have received the third dose. The government targets 208,265,720 people to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.