Science&Tech 129.5 million gave contracted COVID-19, 2.82 died: Johns Hopkins CSSE Posted on April 2, 2021 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ 129.5 million Covid-19 infections have been recorded worldwide. This is shown on Friday by current data collected by Johns Hopkins CSSE. The number of Americans carrying the coronavirus today rises to 30.5 million, with 553,120 deaths. Brazil now has over 12.8 million infections. In India, this is more than 12.2 million. In Western Europe, France has the highest number of infections, with more than 4.7 million people. The United Kingdom has 4.36 million cases. Italy now has more than 3.6 million cases and Spain has almost 3.3 million cases. In Germany, the number of infections is approaching 2.9 million. In the Netherlands, a state of the official, the infection is now in 1.301.127 at 1.292.806 on Thursday morning, and in 887.920 compared to 882.453. In China, where the outbreak started at the end of 2019, 101,754 coronavirus cases have now been registered. This was 101,732 yesterday. According to Johns Hopkins data, more than 2.82 million people worldwide have died from the virus and complications. More than 73.4 million people have recovered.