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Global COVID-19 cases cross 18 million mark

WASHINGTON: The number of coronavirus infection cases across the world has surged to 18,234,936.
According to the latest data, the pandemic has so far claimed over 692,794 lives. At least 11,444,821 patients have recovered from the pandemic so far.
The United States tops with nearly 4,813,647 cases and more than 158,365 deaths followed by Brazil with over 2,733,677 cases and more than 94,130 deaths.
India has reported 1,804,702 cases while 38,161 deaths due to the coronavirus. The country has the third-highest number of recorded infections in the world.
Over 850,870 people have infected while 14,128 people died of the virus in Russia. South Africa has become one of the top five worst-hit countries in the coronavirus pandemic as the country reported over 511,485 infections. The country reported 8,366 deaths.
Mexico has reported 47,746 deaths and 439,046 cases. Peru has reported 428,850 cases while 19,614 deaths.
In Chile, nearly 359,731 cases were confirmed, including more than 9,608 deaths. Spain has recorded 28,445 fatalities and 335,602 infections.

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Colombia ha reported 317,651 cases while 10,650 death. Meanwhile, the death toll is 17,190 in Iran as a confirmed number of cases is almost 309,437.
The United Kingdom has reported 46,201 fatalities and 304,695 infections. Saudi Arabia has reported 278,835 cases of coronavirus, while 2,917 coronavirus deaths have been reported.
Italy, which recorded its first coronavirus death at the end of February, has 35,154 fatalities, while 248,070 infections. Turkey reported 232,856 coronavirus cases and 5,728 fatalities.
Germany has reported 9,226 deaths and 211,462 infections. France has reported 30,265 deaths and 187,919 cases.
Canada reported 8,945 fatalities and 116,884 infections due to coronavirus. China has to date declared 4,634 deaths and 84,428 cases, with 79,013 recoveries. 
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