US COVID-19 total crosses 20 lakh; world count at 71.48 lakh

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New Delhi: The United States (US) on Monday (June 8, 2020) breached the 20-lakh mark of coronavirus confirmed instances. The US COVID-19 that has been the worst-hit nation within the world witnessed 6,883 new instances within the past 24 hours.

According to the Worldometers web site at 11:40 PM on Monday, the worldwide COVID-19 count has now elevated to 71.48 lakh after 66,342 contemporary circumstances have been registered in a day.

With 2,409 new fatalities, the loss of life count because of the virus that was first detected in Wuhan (China) surged to 4,07,492.

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The US being the worst-hit nation has reported over 20.14 lakh instances, whereas Brazil on the second spot has seen 6.94 lakh coronavirus confirmed circumstances. There have been 2,154 new circumstances in Brazil on Monday.

Russia on the third spot reported probably the most variety of circumstances on Monday. Russia’s total count elevated by 8,985 to 4.76 lakh.

Spain with a count of 2.88 lakh instances has been the fourth-worst affected nation within the world.

The UK is the fifth worst-hit nation with 2.87 lakh instances. The UK will quickly overtake Spain on the checklist.

India on the sixth spot reported the second most count of confirmed instances on Monday after Russia. There have been 8,341 new infections within the world’s second most populated nation. The nation’s total has jumped to 2.65 lakh.

Italy (2.35 lakh), Peru (1.96 lakh), Germany (1.86 lakh), and Iran (1.73 lakh) are the opposite nations within the top-10 checklist.

Most COVID-19 Deaths throughout the world:

The US COVID-19 cases remained on the highest with 1,12,646 coronavirus fatalities. There have been 177 new deaths within the final 24 hours within the US.

The UK on the second spot has registered 40,597 deaths, whereas Brazil on the third spot has recorded 37,312 deaths to this point.

Italy (33,964), France (29,209), and Spain (27,136) have additionally been severely hit by the worldwide pandemic.

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