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Covid-19 cases exceed 18 million worldwide

Category: World

Date: 2020-08-03T05:42:18+0000
Covid-19 cases exceed 18 million worldwide

Shafaq News / Thousands of Coronavirus infections are being recorded every day.

 According to AFP, the number of cases yesterday, Sunday reached 18.011.763, the fatality toll reached 687.941, more than a half in the USA, Latin America, and The Caribbean.

The most infected countries are as follows:

USA, the hardest-hit country, recorded 4,657,693 cases and 154,793 fatalities. 

Brazil ranks the second, it recorded 2.733.677 cases, and 94.104 death.

 India ranks third with, 1.750.723 cases, and 37.364 deaths.

These numbers are based on AFP and WHO reports which might not cover the actual number of cases, as many countries test only people with symptoms.


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