COVID-19: Global coroner case exceeds 153.9 million

COVID-19: Global coroner case exceeds 153.9 million

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Washington, May 5: According to Johns Hopkins University, there are more than 153.9 million coroner cases worldwide, and the death toll exceeds 3.22 million. In the university’s latest update on Wednesday morning, the university’s Center for Science and Engineering (CSS) revealed that the current global caseload and death rates were 153,953,421 and 3,223,436. According to the CSSE, the United States has the highest number of deaths in the world at 32,510,922 and 578,407, respectively.

In terms of infection, India ranks second with 20,282,833 cases. Other countries with more than two million confirmed coronavirus cases are Brazil (14,856,888), France (5,741,537), Turkey (4,929,118), Russia (4,784,497), UK (4,439,485), Italy (4,439,485), Italy (4,059), (4,059) ), Argentina (3,047,417), Colombia (2,919,805), Poland (2,808,052), Iran (2,575,737), Mexico (2,352,964) and Ukraine (2,375,427), from the CSSE. Read more: Kavid-19: RBI to buy more government securities worth Rs 35,000 crore on May 20, find out the governor’s big talk

Brazil has the second highest death toll at 411.56. With More than 50,000 countries include India (222,408), Mexico (217,740), United Kingdom (127,803), Italy (121,738), Russia (109,670), France (105,548), Germany (83,711) and Spain (78,399). Colombia (75,627), Iran (73,219), Poland (68,133), Argentina (65,202), Peru (62,674) and South Africa (54,511).

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