Washington: The general worldwide COVID-19 caseload has actually topped 131.6 million, while the deaths have actually risen to more than 2.85 million, according to Johns Hopkins University.
In its most current upgrade on Tuesday (April 6) early morning, the University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) exposed that the present worldwide caseload and death toll stood at 131,696,594 and 2,859,357, respectively.
The United States is the worst-hit nation with the world’s greatest variety of cases and deaths at 30,777,338 and 555,403, respectively, according to the CSSE.
Brazil follows in 2nd location with 13,013,601 cases and 332,752 casualties, while India takes the 3rd position with 12,589,067 cases and 165,101 casualties.
The other nations with more than 2 million verified coronavirus cases are France (4,893,971), Russia (4,538,101), the UK (4,376,629), Italy (3,678,944), Turkey (3,529,601), Spain (3,311,325), Germany (2,903,036), Colombia (2,456,409), Poland (2,448,463), Argentina (2,407,159) and Mexico (2,250,458), the CSSE figures revealed.
In regards to deaths, Mexico is available in the 3rd location with 204,147 casualties.
Nations with a death toll of over 50,000 are India (165,101), the UK (127,106), Italy (111,326), Russia (99,049), France (97,005), Germany (77,070), Spain (75,783), Colombia (64,293), Iran (63,332), Argentina (56,471), Poland (55,005), Peru (53,138) and South Africa (52,995).