World COVID-19 caseload tops 173.1 million


2021-06-07 08:51:39

Washington: The general international COVID-19 caseload has topped 173.1 million, whereas the deaths have surged to greater than 3.72 million, in keeping with the Johns Hopkins College.

In its newest replace on Monday morning, the College’s Heart for Methods Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed that the present international caseload and loss of life toll stood at 173,197,944 and three,726,107, respectively.

The US continues to be the worst-hit nation with the world’s highest variety of instances and deaths at 33,362,471 and 597,627, respectively, in keeping with the CSSE.

When it comes to infections, India follows within the second place with 28,809,339 instances.

The opposite worst international locations with over 3 million instances are Brazil (16,947,062), France (5,774,361), Turkey (5,287,980), Russia (5,067,246), the UK (4,532,802), Italy (4,232,428), Argentina (3,955,439), Germany (3,708,782), Spain (3,697,981) and Colombia (3,571,067), the CSSE figures confirmed.

When it comes to deaths, Brazil comes second with 473,404 fatalities.

Nations with a loss of life toll of over 100,000 are India (346,759), Mexico (228,754), the UK (128,173), Italy (126,523), Russia (121,171) and France (110,160).

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