As of Thursday, the number of people infected with the disease worldwide has reached 2.1 million, the Associated Press reported on Thursday.

According to the Center for Systematic and Engineering Science (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

According to the CSSE, recent figures put the death toll at 2,101,164 and 140,773 died as of 2:30 pm local time (1830 GMT). 30 minutes or so.

According to the total, the United States reported 641,166 cases with the highest number of infections, including 31,590 deaths. Spain had 182,816 registered infections and 19,130 ​​deaths. Meanwhile, Italy reported 168,941 infections and 22,170 deaths. Other countries are reported to have more than 100,000 infections, including Germany, France and the United Kingdom.