Global Covid-19 Cases reach 225.2 Million; US tops the list

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September 14

Global Covid-19 caseload increased to 225.2 million and so far more than 4.63 million people died due to the infection, as per the information provided by Johns Hopkins University.

Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) informed that, the current global caseload and death toll stood at 225,213,795 and 4,638,244  respectively.

The US continues to be the worst-hit country with 41,209,851 cases and 661,537 deaths, which are highest in the World.

India remains at second place with 33,264,175 cases, followed by Brazil (21,006,424), the UK (7,290,046), Russia (7,055,296), France (6,992,980), Turkey (6,682,834), Iran (5,318,327), Argentina (5,226,831), Colombia (4,931,563), Spain (4,915,265), Italy (4,609,205), Indonesia (4,170,088), Germany (4,093,412) and Mexico (3,511,882), the CSSE figures showed.

In terms of deaths, Brazil comes second to US with 587,066 fatalities, followed by India (442,874), Mexico (267,748), Peru (198,764), Russia (190,031), Indonesia (139,165), the UK (134,586), Italy (129,955), Colombia (125,687), France (116,245), Iran (114,759) and Argentina (113,640).

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