Worldwide COVID-19 cases exceed 42 million, and deaths exceed 110,000 | World news

Official data compiled by AFP on Saturday (October 25) show that the novel coronavirus has killed at least 1,145,847 people since its outbreak in China last December, while the total number of cases exceeded 42 million.

By Saturday, at least 42,262,290 coronavirus cases were registered, of which at least 28,754,900 are now considered recoverable.

Aggregations using data collected by institutions and information from the World Health Organization (WHO) will probably reflect only a fraction of the actual number of infections. Many countries are testing only symptomatic or the most serious cases.

As of Friday, 6,366 new deaths and 482,954 new cases were recorded worldwide.

The United States is the worst-hit country with the most cases and deaths in the world, with 8,571,943 and 224,771 respectively, according to the CSSE. India ranked second with 7,814,682 cases, and the death toll soared to 117,956.

Brazil now accounts for the second highest death toll with 156,903.

The other top 15 countries with the maximum number of cases were Brazil (53 lakh), Russia (14 lakh), France (10 lakh), Argentina (10 lakh), Spain (10 lakh), Colombia (10 lakh), Mexico (8.86 lakh). ), Peru (8.83 lakh), UK (8.57 lakh), South Africa (7.14 lakh), Iran (5.62 lakh), Italy (5.04 lakh), Chile (5 lakh), Iraq (4.49 lakh), Germany (4.27 lakh), CSSE figures appear.

Countries with more than 10,000 deaths are Mexico, England, Italy, Spain, France, Peru, Iran, Colombia, Argentina, Russia, South Africa, Chile, Indonesia, Ecuador, Belgium, Iraq and Germany.

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