The overall number of international COVID-19 cases has increased to over 10.4 million, while the deaths have soared to more than 509,000, as stated by the Johns Hopkins University.
As of Wednesday morning, the total number of cases rose to 10,434,835, while the fatalities stood in to 509,779, the University”s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) shown in its latest upgrade.
The US accounted to the planet”s highest number of infections and deaths using 2,629,372 and 127,322, respectively, as stated by the CSSE.
Brazil arrived at the second area with 1,402,041 infections and 59,594 deaths.
Concerning instances, Russia ranks third (646,929), and can be followed by India (566,840),
- UK (314,160),
- Peru (285,213),
- Chile (279,393),
- Spain (249,271),
- Italy (240,578),
- Iran (227,662),
- Mexico (220,657),
- Pakistan (209,337),
- France (202,063),
- Turkey (199,906),
- Germany (195,418),
- Saudi Arabia (190,823),
- South Africa (151,209),
- Bangladesh (145,483) and
- Canada (106,097), the CSSE statistics revealed.
The other nations with over 10,000 deaths would be the UK (43,815), Italy (34,767), France (29,846), Spain (28,355), Mexico (27,121), India (16,893) and Iran (10,670).