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More than 359,000 lose lives by COVID-19 globally

 International Desk

 Published: 10:21 PM, 28 May 2020  



The deadly COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) has claimed more than 359,000 lives all over the world, reports

According to Worldometer, 359,179 people have died across the world from the deadly virus and 5,840,980 have infected while 2,535,082 have recovered.

The virus, which has spread from China, has so far infected 213 countries and territories around the world.

The United States is the most affected nation by the deadly coronavirus. So far, 1,751,970 people have infected with the virus in the country. 102,476 of them have died while 493,533 have recovered.

The United Kingdom has the second-highest number of deaths from coronavirus. So far, 37,837 people have died of the virus in the country while the number of infected is 269,127.

Italy has the third-highest number of deaths. So far, 33,142 people died of the virus in Italy while 231,127 people have infected and 150,604 have recovered.

France remains in the 4th position in the case of deaths. The country has so far recorded 182,913 coronavirus cases while 28,596 people have died.

Another European country, Spain remains in the 5th position in terms of death but fourth in terms of infection. The country has reported 27,118 deaths while 283,849 have infected.

South American nation Brazil has the second-highest cases and six-highest deaths. So far, 414,661 people have infected with the virus in the country while 25,697 have died.

Germany has the eight highest coronavirus cases. So far 182,913 people have infected with the virus in the country and 28,596 have died.

India has the highest cases and deaths among the South Asian countries. The country so far recorded 4,673 deaths with 164,936 cases. 70,102 people so far recovered from the virus. 

In China, the origin of the coronavirus outbreak cases rose by 2 to 82,995, and deaths toll remains 4,634 as no new deaths reported in the past 24 hours.