Number of COVID-19-infected exceeds 100 million worldwide

Number of COVID-19-infected exceeds 100 million worldwide

According to the latest data from Worldometers, there are 100,839,430 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection worldwide.

The United States leads the rate of infection. There are 26,011,222 patients with COVID-19 in the country.

India holds second place with 10,690,279 cases. Brazil ranks third with 8,936,590 cases of coronavirus.

Russia is on the fourth place with 3,756,93 cases. There are more than a three million cases in the United Kingdom (3,689,746), France (3,079,943), Spain ((2,733,729), Italy (2,485,956), Turkey (2,442,350), Germany (2,163,113), Colombia (2,041,352), Argentina (1,885,210), Mexico (1,885,210), Poland (1,885,210), South Africa (1,885,210), Iran (1,385,706), Ukraine (1,197,107), Peru (1,107,239) and Indonesia (1,012,350).

The death toll reaches 2,167,167, while 72,864,949 people defeated coronavirus worldwide.

The World Health Organization recognized coronavirus as a pandemic on March 11, 2020.

The outbreak of pneumonia in China began in December of 2019.

China confirmed that coronavirus was contagious and declared quarantine in two cities on January 21.

The first case of coronavirus in Georgia got recorded on February 26, 2020.

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