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Global coronavirus deaths toll cross 374,000

 International Desk daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 04:53 PM, 1 June 2020   Updated: 04:55 PM, 1 June 2020

Global coronavirus deaths toll cross 374,000

Global coronavirus deaths toll cross 374,000

Global pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19) has claimed more than 374,000 lives, reports Worldometer.com. According to worldometer.com, 374,323 people have died across the world from the deadly virus and 6,286,382 have infected while 2,858,342 have recovered.

The virus, which has spread from Wuhan of Hubei province, China, has so far spread to 213 countries and territories around the world.

The United States is the most affected nation by the deadly coronavirus. So far, 1,837,170 people have infected with the virus in the US. Of them, 106,195 have died while 599,867 have recovered.

The United Kingdom has the second-highest numbers of deaths from coronavirus. So far, 38,489 people have died of the virus in the UK while the number of infected is 274,762.7

Italy has the third-highest number of deaths. So far, 33,415 people died of the virus in Italy while 232,997 people have infected and 157,507 have recovered.

South American nation Brazil has the 4th-highest deaths and second-highest cases. So far, 514,992 people have infected with the virus in the country while 29,341 have died. So far, 206,555 people have recovered in the country.

France remains in the 5th position in case of deaths. The country has so far recorded 188,882 coronavirus cases while 28,802 people have died.

Spain remains in the 6th position in terms of death but fourth in terms of infection. The country has reported 27,127 while 286,509 have infected.

Germany has the ninth highest coronavirus cases. So far 183,494 people have infected with the virus in the country and 8,605 have died.

In China, the origin of the coronavirus outbreak cases rose by 16 to 83,017 and deaths toll remains 4,634 as no new deaths reported in the past 24 hours.

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