The number of Covid-19 cases worldwide exceeds 189.9 million, deaths exceed 4.08 million
The total number of Covid-19 cases worldwide has exceeded 189.9 million, while deaths have risen to over 4.08 million and vaccinations have climbed to over 3.59 billion, according to Johns University Hopkins.
In its latest update on Sunday morning, the University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed that the number of cases in the world today, the number of deaths and the total number of vaccine doses administered is were 189,924,297, 4,081,385 and 3,596,183,765, respectively.
The United States remains the most affected country with the highest number of cases and deaths in the world with 34,067,424 and 608,881 respectively, according to the CSSE.
In terms of infections, India follows in second place with 31,064,908 cases.
The other worst countries with more than 3 million cases are Brazil (19,342,448), France (5,917,397), Russia (5,860,113), Turkey (5,522,039), the United Kingdom (5 407,428), Argentina (4,749,443), Colombia (4,621,260), Italy (4,284,332), Spain (4,100,222), Germany (3,751,253) and Iran (3,501,079), according to CSSE figures.
In terms of deaths, Brazil comes in second with 541,266 deaths.
Nations with more than 100,000 dead are India (413,091), Mexico (236,015), Peru (194,935), Russia (145,222), United Kingdom (128,960), Italy ( 127,864), France (111,657), Colombia (115,831) and Argentina (101,434).
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