Coronavirus deaths cross 325,000 in the world, number of cases cross 5 million 

Baltimore: – Number of deaths due to Coronavirus, around the globe, has crossed 325,000. In the last 24 hours, the maximum number of deaths were reported from the United States and Brazil. As per the information published until Wednesday evening, the number of Coronavirus cases around the world have crossed 5 million. Comforting reports of nearly 2 million people recovering fully, from the disease, also have been received. Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump has once again accused China of being responsible for this dance of death.  

In the last 24 hours, more than 5,000 Coronavirus deaths have been reported from around the world. Out of these, more than 1,500 deaths were reported from the United States and the number of deaths in that country has reached 93,000. Whereas John Hopkins University said that there were 1,163 Coronavirus deaths in Brazil. This has taken the total number of deaths in Brazil to 18,121. The death rate has been observed to be declining, once again, in Europe.  

More than 95,000 new cases were reported in 24 hours around the world. Of these 22,000 are from the United States, 20,000 from Europe, 18,848 from Brazil and 9,000 are from Russia. The total number of cases in the United States has crossed 1.57 million. It has been reported that the total number of cases in Brazil has crossed 275,000.  

US President Donald Trump has once again pinned the responsibility of the pandemic on China. President Trump accused ‘An idiot from China claimed that all the countries around the world, except China, are responsible for the pandemic. But the world is facing this dance of death, just because of the inadequacies of China.’ President Trump made this accusation after China dismissed the accusations made by the United States in the World Health Organisation (WHO) meeting.  

The accusations levelled by the United States and other countries has started showing serious results. China was compelled to support the proposal for a detailed investigation into the Coronavirus pandemic at the WHO meeting. This is clear, as China adopted a soft stand, in view of the strong united front opened by all the countries against it. 

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