Coronavirus cases cross 27.62 crore in the world, more than 53 lakh people have died

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Coronavirus cases in the world cross 27.62 crore rupees


  • More than 8.76 billion have been vaccinated
  • These figures have been shared by Johns Hopkins University.
  • America continues to be the most affected country

Washington: Corona virus cases have risen to 27.62 crore worldwide. So far, more than 53.6 billion people have died due to this epidemic, while more than 8.76 billion have been vaccinated. These figures have been shared by Johns Hopkins University.

In its latest update on Wednesday morning, the university’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) reported that current global cases have risen to 276,200,632, the death toll to 5,368,422 and the total number of vaccines to 8,767,449,046, respectively.

According to CSSE, the United States remains the most affected country with the highest number of cases and deaths in the world with 51,272,854 and 810,045.

India is the second most affected country in corona cases, where there are 34,752,164 cases of corona infection while 478,007 people have died, followed by Brazil with 22,219,477 cases of corona infection, while 617,948 people have died.

According to CSSE data, the other most affected countries are those with more than 50 lakh of cases. They include the United Kingdom (11,607,864), Russia (10,089,945), Turkey (9,211,710), France (8,818,154), Germany (6,869,505), Iran (6,175,782), Spain (5,585,054 ), Italy (5,436,143), Argentina (5,404,380) and Colombia (5,110,788).

The countries that have exceeded the death toll of more than 100,000 are Mexico (297,916), Russia (293,329), Peru (202,295), United Kingdom (147,896), Indonesia (144,024), Italy (135,931), Iran (131,167). ), Colombia (129,534), France (122,931), Argentina (116,953) and Germany (109,028).

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