Tourists stroll along the beaches of the resort of Cancun, February 2021, in Quintana Roo (Mexico). The Mexican Caribbean, the stellar tourist region in Mexico, with the Cancun resort as its flagship, has registered a rebound in infections after the winter holidays, with as many cases in January, as in the most critical period of the first wave of the pandemic of the covid-19. EFE/Alonso Cupul.
A woman follows from the stands the preview of the match between Palmeiras and Tigres UANL corresponding to the semifinals of the FIFA Club World Cup in Al Rayyan, Qatar. EFE/NOUSHAD THEKKAYIL.
A worker shows two Egyptian coins, a pound (i) and 50 piastres (d), minted in tribute to Egyptian toilets to thank their efforts during the global coronavirus pandemic in Cairo. EFE/Mohamed Hossam.
People sit in an open-air bubble dining room amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Jerusalem. Photo Xinhua/Muammar Awad.
Protesters march amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Zug, Switzerland, on February 6, 2021. Photo REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann.
A couple sitting on the wall of the Malecón in Havana, Cuba, on Friday, February 5, 2021. A nightly curfew will take effect in the city on Friday night to curb the worst increase in coronavirus on the island since the beginning of the pandemic. . AP Photo/Ramón Espinosa.
The Intercontinental Hotel with lit LED lights in some windows forming a heart is seen next to the Holbeinsteg Bridge in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, on February 5, 2020, as a sign of cohesion and support during the ongoing coronavirus (Covid -19) pandemic. Photo by Armando BABANI/AFP.
On Sunday, 6,899 new deaths and 338,275 infections were registered in the world. The countries that registered the most deaths according to the latest official balances are the United States with 1,447, Brazil (522) and Mexico (414).
The number of deaths in the United States amounts to 463,470 with 27,007,399 infections. After the United States, the countries with the most fatalities are Brazil, with 231,534 deaths and 9,524,640 cases, Mexico, with 166,200 deaths (1,932,145 cases), India, with 155,080 deaths (10,838,194 cases) and the United Kingdom, with 112,465 deaths (3,945,680 cases).
Among the hardest hit countries, Belgium has the highest mortality rate, with 185 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Slovenia (174), the United Kingdom (166), the Czech Republic (162) and Italy (151).
On Monday at 11:00 GMT and since the beginning of the epidemic, Europe added 773,603 deaths (34,583,333 infections), Latin America and the Caribbean 618,817 (19,571,506), the United States and Canada 484,230 (27,811,116), Asia 244,713 (15,485,726), Middle East 99,391 (4,923,225), Africa 95,113 (3,673,806) and Oceania 945 (31,792).
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the number of tests carried out increased considerably and tracking techniques improved, leading to a rise in reported infections.
However, the number of diagnosed cases only reflects a part of all infections since less severe or asymptomatic cases remain undetected.