Coronavirus Global Update

COVID-19: Global Coronavirus cases cross 2.1 million

According to Johns Hopkins University, the total number of coronavirus cases globally has exceeded 21 million. At the same time, the number of deaths due to infection has reached close to 7.7 lakhs. The latest update of the university's Center for System Science and Engineering (CSSE) has revealed that as of Sunday morning the total number of cases in the world had risen to 2,13,77,367 and the death toll to 7,69,652.

According to this update, the US is the most corona-affected country in the world with 53,06,215 cases and 1,69,463 deaths. Brazil is followed by 3,317,096 infected people and 1,07,232 deaths. According to CSSE, India is the third most affected country in the world with 25,26,192 in the number of cases of infection. This is followed by Russia (9,15,808), South Africa (5,83,653), Mexico (5,17,714), Peru (5,16,296), Colombia (4,45,111), Chile (3,83,902), Spain (3,42 , 8132), Iran (341,070), Britain (3,19,208), Saudi Arabia (2,97,315), Argentina (2,89,100), Pakistan (2,88,047), Bangladesh (2,74,525), Italy (2,53,438 ), France (2,52,965), Turkey (2,48,117), Germany (2,24,488), Iraq (1,72,583), Philippines (1,57,918), Indonesia (1,37,468), Canada (1,23,788) , Qatar (1,14,809), Kazakhstan (1,02,287) and Ecuador (1,00,688).

Among the countries with more than 10 thousand deaths, Mexico (56,543), India (49,036), Britain (46,791), Italy (35,392), France (30,410), Spain (28,617), Peru (25,856), Iran (19,492), Russia (15,585), Colombia (14,492), South Africa (11,677) and Chile (10,395).