Report in 24 hours
World reports less COVID-19 cases, deaths than past days
Published: 09:10 AM, 29 June 2020 Updated: 10:09 AM, 29 June 2020
In the last 24 hours, the number of coronavirus deaths, as well as cases globally, was less than the previous two days Friday and Saturday.
A total of 163,172 people have been infected with coronavirus and the virus claimed 3,454 lives in the last 24 hours across the world, according to the global survey site worldometer while the infection was around 200,000 for the last two days.
So far, 504,410 people have died from the deadly virus out of 10,243,858 coronavirus cases across the world. Of them, 5,553,495 have recovered.
Mexico witnessed the highest number of deaths (602) on Sunday, bringing the total deaths to 26,648 in the country. A total of 26,381 were tested positive for COVID-19 in the last day of the country that made the total number of infected to 216,852.
The death toll rose to 57,658 after 555 people died in a single day in the Latin American country Brazil. Besides, the number of coronavirus cases in the country rose to 1,345,254 after a total of 29,313 new infections reported in a day.
The United States witnessed 285 deaths in the last 24 hours. The United States is the most affected nation by the deadly coronavirus having 2,637,077 people infected with the virus. Of these, 128,437 have died in the country.
In addition, other Latin countries also witnessed more than one and a half hundred deaths in a single day.
The coronavirus was first detected in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province, China in December 2019. The virus, which has spread from China, has so far infected 215 countries and territories around the world.