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COVID-19 Death Cases Around The World Have Exceeded 1 Million

After the first outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan, China, the world had been facing very tough days. The virus had spread worldwide in less than a year and affected many lives.

Due to this too, many people are adapting to a new normal with a lot of restrictions to curb the spread of the disease. We should be trying our best to follow all the SOPs that were implemented in our country as we don’t want any more life to be sacrificed.

According to Worldometer, the statistic of death that occurred because of COVID-19 has surpassed 1 million death globally. The data was collected from sources including government and NGOs worldwide. The total cases that were recorded recently were about 33 million cases.

From 1 million death that happened, about 20% of the fatalities are from the United States. The country has recorded up to 7 million cases so far. Another country with high fatalities is in Brazil with about 140,000 deaths that had happened due to COVID-19.

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson has called upon other leaders from all countries to come together to fight the pandemic. He criticized that there is a lack of joined-up thinking with other leaders.

Currently, every country takes different measures to prevent the spread of the disease in their countries. Mr. Johnson added that the international community needs to come together to defeat the virus.

Source:, Worldometer

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