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Latest Updates in All Covid-19 Hotspots as the Cases Hit 10 Million Mark

Everytime_News 06/28/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Coronavirus cases have surpassed 10 million cases. According to the statement by Reuters, the figures exceeded 10 million mark on Sunday making it double worse than severe influenza illness.

According to Reuters, the figures increased after some countries moved to ease lockdown restrictions without alternatives to work with social distancing and other preventive measures. However, some countries have moved again to reinstate lockdown partially due to surge in their coronavirus figures.

Latin America, North America and Europe account for over one-quarter of the total cases registered worldwide while Asia and Middle East have around 11% and 9% respectively according to the government reports in the respective countries.

Currently, we have over 501000 deaths registered from the disease making it to be double worse than influenza deaths. United States leads with over 128000 cases, followed by Brazil with over 57000 and finally UK closes the top 3-list with around 43000 deaths.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Brazil and India are now encountering a new phase of the pandemic making them to register over 10000 daily cases. They actually account for one-third of the total cases that have been registered over the past one week worldwide. Brazil recorded its highest daily figure of around 54700 cases although some experts claim that the figure could rise by 380000 come October this year.

United States has registered over 2.5 million cases and is said to manage to transmit the virus to rural areas that had not been affected before. However, the country is said to manage to control the virus in May.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Some countries also which have limited testing capacities, cases are said to reflect in small proportions of the total infections and roughly half of the reported cases are said to have recovered.

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