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Covid-19: about 27.47 million cases worldwide

Category: World

Date: 2020-09-09T05:59:25+0000
Covid-19: about 27.47 million cases worldwide

Shafaq News / Reuters’s census showed, on Wednesday, that more than 27.47 million people have been infected with Covid-19 worldwide.

Reuters also said that the fatality toll has reached 892454.

Covid-19 infections have been recorded in more than 210 countries and regions since the first discovered in China in December 2019.

The most affected countries are:

             The United States topped the list with 189254 fatalities, and 6.316.225 cases.

             India came in second place with 72775 fatalities and 4.280.422 cases

             Brazil ranks the third with 126960 fatalities and 4.147.794 cases.

             Russia ranked fourth with 17993 fatalities and 1.035.789 cases.


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