WASHINGTON: More than 4.1 million confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported globally.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide has surpassed 4,181,218 million and killed more than 280,685 people around the world.
The United States has been the hardest-hit country, with 1,347,309 cases and 80,037 deaths. Europe is the hardest-hit continent, with 1,708,648 cases and 155,074 deaths.
According to the latest data, 1,441,791 patients have recovered from the pandemic so far. In the United States, nearly 1,347,309 cases were confirmed, including more than 80,037 deaths. The US reported an increase of 1,568 deaths in the past 24 hours.
Canada reported 4,693 fatalities and 67,702 infections due to coronavirus. Italy, which recorded its first coronavirus death at the end of February, has 30,395 fatalities, with 243 people succumbing to the disease in the last 24 hours.
Spain has recorded 26,478 fatalities and 262,783 infections. China has to date declared 4,633 deaths and 82,901 cases, with 78,120 recoveries.
France has reported 243 deaths in a single day, taking the tally to 26,310 deaths and 176,658 cases. The United Kingdom has reported 31,587 fatalities, and 215,260 infections.
Kuwait has reported 49 deaths while over 7,000 people have been tested positive for the virus. Kuwait has announced to impose lockdown from today. Turkey reported 137,115 coronavirus cases and 3,739 fatalities.
In Belgium, 8,581 people succumbed to the disease while Brazil reported 10,656 deaths due to the coronavirus. Germany has reported 7,549 deaths and 171,324 infections.
Over 198,676 people have infected while 1,827 people died of the virus in Russia. Israel has reported 16,454 coronavirus cases while 247 deaths.
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