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Coronavirus: Latest Death Toll Statistics

by Audrey Hazel

Coronavirus is still spreading around the world from the end of 2019 to the present. At present, it has more than 2.8 million confirmed cases in 185 countries, and at least 200,000 people have died.

Data: Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD (Merxwire) – According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, the number of deaths due to Coronavirus in the world has exceeded 200,000 today, and the United States, Spain, Italy, France, and the United Kingdom are the countries that have been seriously affected. The United States has the highest number of deaths, with more than 50,000 deaths.

The United States is a worst-hit country

The number of confirmed cases in the United States is more than four times that of any other country, with more than 939,000 confirmed cases and more than 53,000 deaths. Since California, the United States, reported that someone died of Coronavirus on February 6, which was more than 20 days earlier than the first death case previously announced by the United States, the United States should confirm the virus entry and infection timeline as soon as possible to find the virus infection The source of the disease and take more measures for the whole country and the infected areas.

Spain and Italy also suffered major injuries

The damage to Spain and Italy is second only to the United States. Spain has the most confirmed cases in Europe, with more than 220,000 confirmed cases and more than 23,000 deaths. Italy has more than 195,000 confirmed cases and more than 26,000 deaths. Although the infection rate shows a downward trend, indicating that the social distancing policy is effective, it still needs to be vigilant.

The situation in the UK and France

In the UK, there are now more than 148,000 confirmed cases and more than 20,000 deaths. Although the number of deaths in the UK increased rapidly in the early days, the rate of infection has slowed so far. British government has ruled out lifting lockdown measures until at least early May. France confirmed cases exceeded 161,000, and the death toll exceeded 22,000. The number of new deaths is lower than in the past few days, and the number of patients admitted to the intensive care unit has declined for the 17th consecutive day.

Warning from professional institutions

Coronavirus can cause severe Covid-19 respiratory infections. The virus causes disasters and panic around the world. At least half of the world ’s population currently lives under social distancing measures. The International Monetary Fund stated that this was the worst recession since the Great Depression in 1930. UN World Food Programme also issued a warning: pandemic could almost double the number of people suffering acute hunger.

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