Covid-19 claims more than 572,000 deaths globally
Published: 05:48 PM, 13 July 2020
Global pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19) has claimed more than 572,000 lives, reports worldometer, coronavirus-survey based website, saying that a total of 572,227 have died globally from the deadly virus and 13,062,579 have infected while 7,610,598 have recovered so far.
The virus, which has spread from Wuhan of Hubei province, China, has spread to 213 countries and territories around the world.
The United States has the highest number of deaths and cases. So far, 3,414,105 people have infected with the virus in the US. 137,787 of them have died while 1,517,560 have recovered.
South American nation Brazil has the second-highest deaths and cases. So far, 1,866,176 people have infected with the virus in the country while 72,151 have died and 1,213,512 have recovered in the country so far.
The United Kingdom has the third-highest number of deaths and fifth-highest cases from coronavirus. So far, 44,819 people have died of the virus in the UK while the number of infected is 289,603.
Italy has the fourth-highest number of deaths. So far, 34,954 people have died of the virus in the country while 243,061 people have infected.
Mexico surpassed France and become the fifth highest death nation. So far, 35,006 people died of the virus in the country while 299,750 have infected.
In China, the origin of the coronavirus outbreak so far reported 83,602 cases with 8 fresh cases while 4,634 people have died.