Iraq is ranked 21 in the world with Corona injuries

Baghdad-Alsharqiya, August 15: Iraq ranked twenty-first in the world in terms of the number of infections, according to the World Meters global index that tracks Corona virus data.

The United States tops the list of 215 countries and regions in the world in which HIV infections are officially registered, followed by Brazil, India, Russia and South Africa.

 Iran tops the list of countries in the Middle East and is ranked eleventh in the world, while Saudi Arabia tops the list of Arab countries, followed by Iraq, Egypt, and Qatar.

 The list indicates that Spain leads the European countries with the number of injuries, followed by Britain, Italy, Turkey, Germany and France.

 Angola is at the bottom of the world ranking, with only three injuries recorded since the outbreak of the epidemic.


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