Science&Tech Nearly 147 million people are living with COVID-19 today Posted on April 26, 2021 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ More than 146.8 million Covid-19 infections have been recorded worldwide. This is evident on Monday from current data collected by Johns Hopkins CSSE. The number of Americans carrying the coronavirus today recorded over 32.0 million infections and 572,200 deaths. India and Brazil now have 17.0 million and over 14.3 million infections respectively. In Western Europe, France has the highest number of infections with more than 5.5 million. The United Kingdom has over 4.4 million cases. Italy has more than 3.9 million infections and Spain has almost 3.5 million cases. Germany passed 3.3 million. In the Netherlands, a state of the official, the infection is now in 1.486.205 at 1.478.144 on Sunday, and in 974.418 at 972.041. In China, where the outbreak started at the end of 2019, 102,384 coronavirus cases have now been recorded. This was 102,367 on Sunday. According to Johns Hopkins data, 3.10 million people worldwide have died of the virus. Nearly 84.7 million people have recovered.