Global Covid-19 cases cross 233 million, deaths touch 4,769,835


WASHINGTON: 28, SEPTEMBER, 2021: The number of COVID-19 cases worldwide has passed 233 million (233,105,342) according to John Hopkins and AFP tally while the deadly virus claimed 4,769,835 lives worldwide so far and 209,843,083 patients have been recuperated.

Here the actual figure of coronavirus cases and deaths of top 15 affected countries:

The number of people infected with corona in the US, the world's hardest-hit country has risen to 43,942,335 and the total number of deaths has reached 709,119. 

India, the second hardest-hit country reported 33,697,581 cases with 447,406 deaths.

Brazil is the third worst-hit country by the coronavirus, with 21,366,395 patients and 594,702 deaths.

In UK, the virus infections reached 7,701,715 and death toll rose to 136,208.

In Russia, 7,443,149 people have been infected by Corona while the total death toll rose to 204,679.

Turkey reported 7,066,688 cases so far while death toll jumped to 63,372.

The coronavirus has infected 6,995,628 people in France and left 116,537 dead.

The number of people infected with the coronavirus in Iran has jumped to 5,547,990 and 119,649 have been died.

Argentina recorded 5,251,940 COVID-19 cases with 114,954 fatalities so far.

The number of cases in Colombia surged 4,952,690 and death toll crossed 126,178.

Number of cases in Spain has climbed to 4,951,640 with 86,298 deaths.

The total figure of fatalities due to coronavirus reached 130,742 in Italy while 4,662,087 infections recorded.

Germany registered 4,211,071 patients with 94,035 deaths.

The death toll from Coronavirus in Indonesia has risen nearly 141,585, with 4,209,403 people affected.

On the other hand, Mexico reported 3,635,807 cases so far with 275,676 fatalities. (04)

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