Global COVID-19 Cases
The unprecedented outbreak of the coronavirus(COVID-19) has now contaminated more than 71.72 lakh individuals globally, with taking round 4.08 lakh lives.
According to the Johns Hopkins University on Tuesday (June 9, 2020) at 11:55 PM IST, there have been 71,72,874 coronavirus infection cases all over the world, whereas roughly 4,08,243 identified deaths because of the virus that was first traced in Wuhan (China) in late December 2019.
The Baltimore primarily based University’s coronavirus world map reveals that the United States has reported essentially the most number of coronavirus cases on the earth. The US that registered its first COVID-19 confirmed case on January 23, 2020, by Tuesday night has witnessed over 19.68 lakh confirmed cases.
On the second spot country is Brazil having over 7.07 lakh individuals have contracted the virus. The first COVID-19 case in Brazil was reported on February 26, 2020.
Russia on the third spot has recorded 4.84 lakh cases up to now, whereas the United Kingdom (UK) on the fourth spot has 2.90 lakh, coronavirus sufferers reported so far.
India, the world’s second most populated nation, is on the fifth spot. India’s rising coronavirus cases up to now a few days have contributed essentially the most to the world counts. India has 2.74 lakh cases so far. India’s first COVID-19 case was traced on January 30, 2020.
Spain (2.41 lakh), Italy (2.35 lakh), Peru (near 2 lakh), France (1.91 lakh), and Germany (1.86 lakh) are the nations within the top-10 listing of most coronavirus confirmed cases.
Most COVID-19 deaths on this planet
The US has witnessed essentially the most number of coronavirus deaths, the place 1,11,375 individuals have succumbed to the virus by Tuesday night.
The US is followed by the UK, which has witnessed 40,966 fatalities resulting from the COVID-19 virus.
Brazil being the third-worst-hit nation has registered 37,134 deaths so far.
Italy with 34,043 deaths, France with 29,212 fatalities, and Spain with 27,136 casualties are the worst COVID-19 affected nations.