Johns Hopkins University, USA, data showed that the daily infection rate of the Coronavirus in the world has decreased from 217 thousand cases yesterday to 174 thousand today, Friday. The total confirmed cases across the world reached 10 million and 869.7 thousand up to now.\r\n\r\nAccording to the university counter, the deadly virus has claimed lives of 521289 people in various parts of the planet. However, 5 million and more than 756,000 people recovered from the disease.\r\n\r\nThe United States of America (USA) tops the list of the countries most affected by the pandemic. There are two million and more than 739 thousand cases in the country.\r\n\r\nBut a US health official said the number of novel Coronavirus patients in the United States of America (USA) could be ten times higher and more than 20 million people could be infected with the deadly virus.\r\n\r\nRobert Redfield, director of the US Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( USFCDCP), was quoted as saying: "According to our accurate estimates, there are currently 10 other cases for each registered case."\r\n\r\nRedfield stated that between 92-95% of the population of the United States is still vulnerable to infection with the virus.\r\n\r\nRedfield indicated that this evaluation depends upon blood tests for antibodies, because there are 10 antibodies for each A confirmed case of infection.\r\n\r\nAt the same time, ( USFCDCP) emphasized that pregnant women face a greater risk of developing serious diseases.\r\n\r\nHe did not agree that a second epidemiological wave was observed in the country, saying in this regard: "We are not talking about a second wave now, we are still in the first wave. The first wave takes different forms."\r\n\r\nBrazil comes second with one million and 496.8 thousand, and it is followed by Russia, Peru, Britain, Chile, Spain and Italy in a row.\r\n\r\nMexico recorded 238.5 thousand infections and placed tenth among the most hit countries by the virus.\r\n\r\nRecent statistics revealed that Mexico has bypassed Iran.\r\n\r\nAmong the Arab countries most affected by the pandemic, Saudi Arabia ranks 15th in the world with 197.6 thousand cases, Qatar is in the 21st place (97.8 thousand), Egypt is in the 23rd place (71.2 thousand), Iraq is in the 30th (53.7 thousand) and the UAE is in The 32 (49.4 thousand), followed by Kuwait in the 33rd with 47.8 thousand cases.