More than 50 million cases of coronavirus worldwide after 30-day peak | World news


There have been more than 50 million positive cases of coronavirus worldwide since the start of the pandemic.

According to a tracker run by Johns Hopkins University, there were more than 50.3 million cases as of early Monday morning.

Almost 10 million of them were in the United States, even though the country has only about 4% of the world’s population.

The United States has reported more than 126,000 positive cases and more than 1,000 deaths of people COVID-19[feminine[feminine Saturday, according to the university.

It was the fourth day in a row that the number of new cases exceeded 100,000.

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Reuters news agency said the world’s second wave of the virus in the past 30 days accounted for a quarter of the 50.3 million cases.

He also said the data showed October to be the worst month in the pandemic yet.

Some 8.5 million cases have occurred in India and the UK accounts for nearly 1.2 million.

More than 1.2 million people have died from the disease worldwide – 237,000 of them in the United States, 162,000 in Brazil and 126,000 in India.

Nearly 50,000 of the deaths were in the UK, according to the Johns Hopkins University tracker.

UK confirmed on Sunday 156 people have died within 28 days after testing positive for coronavirus, compared to Saturday’s figure of 413.

Government data also showed that the number of people reported to have tested positive for COVID-19 increased by 20,572.

This is a decrease from the increase of 24,957 on Saturday.


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