Coronavirus: 2400 thousand cases worldwide; 165000 deaths so far

coronavirus deaths so far

The number of coronavirus patients worldwide has reached 24,06,823 and 1,65,054 people have deaths so far. According to data released by the website Worldometer, 763,832 people in the United States, 198,674 in Spain, 178,972 in Italy, and 152,894 in France have been infected by a coronavirus. So far 40,553 people have the coronavirus death toll USA, 20,453 in Spain, 23,660 in Italy, 19,718 in France, and 4,632 in China. The hardest part is that in many of the COVID death cases, people are not able to say goodbye to their loved ones.

The United States has exceeded 40,000 deaths due to Corona. In the last 24 hours, 1534 Coronavirus patients have died and the total number of deaths so far has reached 40 thousand 548. In New York only, there are 627 deaths in the last 24 hours.

So far 101493 Coronavirus deaths toll in Europe and 1153148 people have been infected with Corona. The United States and Canada have 768670 patients. More than 40,000 patients have died. In Asia, 162256 patients and 6951 people have died. In West Asia, 122819 patients and 5559 people have died due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The prevalence of corona is also seen in Spain, Italy, England, and France. Spain lost 410 lives in the last 24 hours. The total death toll has risen to 20,453. In Italy yesterday, the COVID-19 disease killed 433 people. So now the total number of victims in Italy has reached 23,660.

Yesterday, the number of patients has increased by three thousand in Italy and there are now about 1 lakh 79 thousand patients. England surpassed 16,000 victims yesterday and 596 Coronavirus death toll yesterday. The prevalence of coronas is also seen in France. France has 395 Coronavirus death toll yesterday. There have been 19 thousand 718 victims so far and the total number of patients has reached 1 lakh 53 thousand.

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