Global Coronavirus Cases Top 2.3 Million; Deaths Exceed 160,000

Global Coronavirus Cases Top 2.3 Million; Deaths Exceed 160,000
Global Coronavirus Cases Top 2.3 Million; Deaths Exceed 160,000
Coronavirus Has Infected At Least 2.3 Million People And Killed More Than 160,000 People Globally.
So Far, 2,303,354 Million Has Tested Positive For Covid19 Infection, Among Them 1,556,762 Are Active Cases While 161,813 People Lost Their Lives And 584,779 Recovered From The Virus.
Europe Is The Hardest-hit Continent By The Covid-19 Pandemic, Where Two Thirds Of The Overall Global Death Toll Are Reported.
738,489 People In The United States Have Been Tested Positive For The New Coronavirus, And The Number Of Deaths From The Outbreak Reached 38,917. Nearly 700 Members Of FDNY Test Positive For Virus In A Day, Which Includes Firefighters, Emergency Medical Services Members And Civilian Employees.
Spain, One Of The Countries Hardest Hit By The Coronavirus Pandemic, Has 194,416 Confirmed Cases And 20,639 Deaths.
Deaths From The Covid-19 Epidemic In Italy Rose By 482 To 23,227, Lowest Daily Increase Since April 12. The Number Of New Cases Rose To 3,491 And The Total Confirmed Cases In The Country Stood At 175,925.
Germany Reported 143,475 Confirmed Cases And 4,477 Deaths.
UK's Death Toll From Covid-19 Rose By 888 To 15,464 And 114,217 Tested Positive.
France Reported 642 New Deaths, Bringing The Total Deaths To 19,323. And The Total Number Of Cases Stood At 111,821.

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