Nearly six million people defeated Covid-19 in South Asia
New Delhi, Oct 1 (Prensa Latina) Almost six million patients have so far recovered from Covid-19 in the South Asian region, where one-fifth of humanity lives.
The Disaster Management Center of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation presents this populated area with 5, 947 962 patients clinically discharged, after recovering their health from the severe pandemic.
The eight states of the area, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and Maldives, include 7, 119 907 people infected and 112. 416 dead due to the consequences of the infection caused by the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.
India has the majority of the cases of Covid-19 in the block and is also the most affected country in all of Asia and the second in the world, after the United States, which has more than seven million inhabitants infected with the virus.
The second most populated nation on the planet has accumulated 6, 312 584 infected individuals, 98. 678 deaths and 5, 273 201 medical discharges.
Followed by Bangladesh with 363,479 infected people, 5,251 dead and 275,487 patients discharged, Pakistan with 312,806 infections, 6,484 deaths and 297,497 patients cured.
They are followed by Afghanistan, 39,268 infected, 1,458 dead and 32,789 discharged, and then there is Nepal, with 77,817 infected, 498 dead and 56,428 patients recovered.
The Maldives has 10,291 cases, 34 deaths and 9,108 people cured, and less affected are Sri Lanka, with 3,380 infections, 13 deaths and 3,230 discharges, and little Bhutan, with 282 cases, 222 medical discharges and no deaths from Covid-19.
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