By Matthew Roscoe • 18 January 2021 • 12:10
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JOHN Hopkins University: Pandemic Exceeds 95 Million Positive Cases as of Data Published on Monday, January 18
The number of covid-19 cases in the world now exceeds 95 million, according to the count by John Hopkins University, which also reports that the number of deaths due to the virus has now surpassed 2 million.
According to the figures, 52,269,644 have managed to recover from COVID worldwide.
According to the university, the total number of infected is 95,051,894, with the United States leading with 23,936,773, followed by India with 10,571,773, Brazil with 8,488,099, Russia with 3,530,379 and the United Kingdom with 3,405,740.
The United States has registered 397,600 deaths, India reports 152,419 deaths, although it leads the number of recovered with 10,211,342; Brazil has recorded 209,847 deaths; and Russia – 64,601 deaths.
The United Kingdom has been the last country to pass the three million infected barrier and has also registered 89,429 deaths.
Spain ranks ninth in infections with 2,252,164 cases and tenth in deaths with 53,314.
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