WHO Expects World Coronavirus Cases To Hit 10 Million Within Next Week

WHO Expects World Coronavirus Cases To Hit 10 Million Within Next Week
WHO Expects World Coronavirus Cases To Hit 10 Million Within Next Week
Global Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Have Exceeded 9.3 Million, With Over 489,000 Fatalities And More Than 4.9 Million Recoveries.
World Health Organisation Director General Tedros Adhanom Explains That Soon Within Next Week, Coronavirus Cases Would Hit 10 Million From The Present Count 9.3 Million.
The U.S. Has The Highest Number Of Cases Recorded Over 2.3 Million Confirmed Cases, With A Death Toll Of Over 122,985.
Brazil Has Reported Over 1.1 Million Cases, While Cumulative Deaths Total Reached 52,771.
Russia Reported 7,176 New Cases On Wednesday, Taking The Nationwide Case Total To 606,881, The Third Highest Tally In The World.
India Reported A Record Daily Increase Of Nearly 16,000 New Cases, Taking The Total Count To 456,183, While 14,476 Has Died Of Virus Infection.
In Terms Of Total Cases, India Is Followed By The UK (306862), Peru (264689), Chile (254416), Spain (245,268), Italy (239,410), And Iran (212,501).

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