New York, June 11 (Xinhua)-Despite progress in vaccination in a prosperous world, more people died from COVID-19 this year than in 2020, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
“It took less than six months for the world to record more than 1.88 million COVID-19 deaths this year, citing data from Johns Hopkins University,” the report said. The number of universities in 2021 was slightly higher than the number of deaths in 2020 on Thursday.
These figures indicate that the pandemic is affecting different parts of the world unevenly, and that poor countries are suffering before they are later affected and have access to vaccines that have benefited developed countries. Is shown.
“Western countries such as the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom are celebrating lower cases and lower deaths thanks to mass vaccination, but intensifying pandemics in parts of Asia and Latin America. Has increased the number of deaths worldwide. ”
This year’s global COVID-19 deaths have already exceeded that of 2020: Media
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