Moda & Diseño

COVID-19 deaths near one million worldwide

In ad­di­tion, the uni­ver­si­ty is re­port­ing that the num­ber of con­firmed coro­n­avirus cas­es around the world has passed 33 mil­lion

SOURCE: BBC NEWS

 

The world’s coro­n­avirus death toll nears one mil­lion, with the US, Brazil and In­dia mak­ing up near­ly half of the to­tal, ac­cord­ing to Johns Hop­kins Uni­ver­si­ty, which is track­ing the dis­ease glob­al­ly.

But the num­ber is like­ly to be much high­er as test­ing rates in many coun­tries re­main low, with virus-re­lat­ed deaths not be­ing record­ed.

In ad­di­tion, the uni­ver­si­ty is re­port­ing that the num­ber of con­firmed coro­n­avirus cas­es around the world has passed 33 mil­lion.

US au­thor­i­ties could see an ex­plo­sion of Covid-19 cas­es in the fall and win­ter months. The coun­try has the high­est num­ber of con­firmed in­fec­tions, with 7.1 mil­lion, fol­lowed by In­dia, with near­ly 6.1 mil­lion, and Brazil, with 4.7 mil­lion.  The UK has seen near­ly 42,000 deaths, and cas­es have been ris­ing by an av­er­age of more than 5,500 a day.

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