Worldwide Coronavirus Cases Near 2.4 Million, US Death Toll Crosses 40,000 Mark

Worldwide Coronavirus Cases Near 2.4 Million, US Death Toll Crosses 40,000 Mark
Worldwide Coronavirus Cases Near 2.4 Million, US Death Toll Crosses 40,000 Mark
The Total Number Of Coronavirus Cases Reached 2,379,162 And The Death Toll Has Climbed To 166.282 Globally.
The United States Has Reported The Most Fatalities In The World And Its Death Toll Has Surpassed 40,000 Mark. The Total Fatalities In United Nations Stands At 40,591. New York Remains The Epicenter Of The Nation’s Outbreak With 242,786 Confirmed Cases And 13,869 Deaths.
Followed By Italy At 23,660, Spain At 21,238, France At 19,718 And Britain At 16,060 Total Fatalities Reported.
Spain’s Death Toll From The Coronavirus Outbreak Rose By 410, The Lowest Death Count Since In The Month, This Is Far Behind The Highest Daily Increase Of 950 Deaths. The Total Confirmed Cases In The Nation Stands At 198,674.
The Daily Death Rate In Italy Has Fallen To Half Of What It Was At The Peak Of The Crisis. The Cumulative Deaths Rose By 433 To 23,660 And Total Virus Infection Reached 178,972.
With A Total Of 16,060 Deaths, The U.K. Is One Of Top Five Countries With More Than 10,000 Coronavirus Deaths. So Far 120,067 People Have Tested Positive For The Virus In Britain.

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