More than 27.8 million people worldwide have gone through medical examinations for COVID-19. This recent respiratory virus affected an enormous number of people and resulted in a disheartening number of U.S. and India death tolls and the rest of the world.
According to the data acquired by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, the novel coronavirus has now affected a massive number, and it killed more than 903,000 people.
The test procedures for examining COVID-19 differs from country to country. It is believed that many unreported tests are pending, and some governments of nations have been hiding many positive cases to show their nation is one of the least affected regions.
People first caught a glimpse of COVID-19 identification in China in December 2019. It rapidly affects many people living all over the world except Australia.
The worldwide COVID-19 statistics show a total of 28,647,515cases, and death toll marks up to 919,518 to date.
California is the top-most state that has many cases in any U.S. state, with more than 191,574 people diagnosed, according to Johns Hopkins data. California is followed by Texas and Florida County, with over 677,888 cases and over 654,723 cases, respectively. The total death tolls rise to 13,998 in Texas and 12,325 new cases in Florida, as per the statistics reported by The New York Times.
Almost 170 vaccine campaigners for COVID-19 are being shadowed by the World Health Organization (WHO), at least six of which are in acute phase three trials.
India recently reported that 4,562,414 cases had been identified with coronavirus symptoms. It has recorded 95,735 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. It holds the total recovery of about 3,542,663 patients and 76,271 deaths in India. Tamilnadu is the third-most state with 480,524 patients, preceded by Maharastra and Andhra Pradesh, with a total of 967,349 and 537,687 instances, respectively.
India has the second-highest tally of cases in the world and the third-highest death toll in the coronavirus pandemic, according to a count kept by Johns Hopkins University. So far, approximately 3.3 million people in India have overcome COVID-19 cases.
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