Worldwide COVID-19 cases exceed 27 million

Worldwide COVID-19 cases exceed 27 million
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  • calendar-gray 07 September 2020

A number of the confirmed novel coronavirus cases worldwide exceeded on Monday the figure of 27 million, according to data from the Johns Hopkins University, which relies on the data of international organizations, federal and local authorities, APA reports citing TASS.

The US-based research university reports that as of today the global number of people infected with the novel coronavirus stands at 27,002,224, while the rate of fatalities reached 882,053.

Over 18,054,580 have been reported to recover from the disease, according Johns Hopkins University, which added that the United States is the leading country in terms of confirmed novel coronavirus cases.

The university data also shows that the currently top-three countries, following the United States in terms of the confirmed COVID-19 figures, are Brazil (4,137,521 cases) and India (4,113,811).


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