Over 31.8 lakh COVID-19 cases worldwide, more than 2.25 lakh dead

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The global pandemic of the corona virus on Wednesday (April 29, 2020) infected more than 31.8 lakh people with the takeover of 2.25 lakh lives.

By 11:00 p.m. IST, the COVID-19 had contracted around 31,86,458 people, and according to the Worldometer website, nearly 2.26,000 people had succumbed to the virus.

There have been approximately 49,950 new COVID-19 infections and 7,708 deaths worldwide in the last 24 hours.

The United States remained the most affected nation in the world, exceeding the 1 million coronavirus-positive cases in the country with 13,000 new confirmed cases. The United States now has more than 10,48,800 patients in the country.

Spain follows the United States, where nearly 5,000 new cases have been registered in the past 24 hours. The total number in Spain is now 2.36.890.

Italy, the third worst affected country in the world, reported over 2,000 new cases in one day and now has 2,03,591 COVID-19 patients, followed by France with 1.65,911 infections.

There were more than 4,000 cases per day in the UK, and their total number rose to 1.65,221.

Germany has jumped 567 cases and now has 1,60,400 COVID-19 patients in the country.

2,930 new infections in Turkey resulted in 1.17,500 cases.

Russia (99,300 cases), Iran (93,650), China (82,850) and Brazil (73,235) are some of the other worst affected countries.

Most COVID 19 outbreak deaths in the world:

The coronavirus pandemic has killed the most people in the United States, killing more than 60,000 people as a result of the virus. The United States has seen over 1,200 new deaths in the past 24 hours.

Italy in second place lost over 400 people in one day and the death toll rose to 27,680.

Britain has lost most of the world’s people in the past 24 hours. More than 4,000 people in the country died as a result of the virus and the number of deaths rose to 26,090.

There are more than 24,200 disasters in Spain, while over 23,600 COVID-19 deaths have occurred in France.



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