Coronavirus cases in the world cross 4 million 

Baltimore/Rome: – More than 5,0000 patients died of Coronavirus in the last 24 hours in the world, and 70,000 new cases were reported from across the globe. This has taken the total number of deaths in the world over 275,000, and the total number of cases has reached 4,027,960.  

The total number of deaths in the world has reached 276,396. Out of these, 77,178 deaths have been reported from the United States with 1,635 deaths in the last 24 hours. The John Hopkins University informed that there was an addition of 29,162 new cases in the United States, taking the total count of Coronavirus cases to 1,322, 163. The US economy has taken the biggest hit because of the pandemic, and employment creation has stopped. Therefore, because of the pressure on the economy, despite the Coronavirus pandemic being on a rampage, a decision to relax the lockdown is being considered.   

The pandemic has claimed 150,654 lives in Europe, and there are nearly 1.6 million Coronavirus cases in Europe. In the last 24 hours, 626 lives were claimed by Coronavirus in the United Kingdom, and the total number of deaths has reached 31,241. On Friday, the pandemic claimed 243 lives in Italy, taking the total number of deaths in the country to 30,201. Other than these, 229 deaths were reported from France and 53 deaths were reported from Germany.  

In the last 24 hours, 751 patients died in Brazil, and the total number of deaths in the country has crossed 10,000. A significant rise was noticed in the number of deaths and cases in the country in the last week. Over the previous 24 hours, 10,222 new Coronavirus cases were reported from Brazil, and the total number has reached 146,894.  

A demand that the government should impose a lockdown was being made in Brazil, after the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic. Therefore, Brazil is facing criticism in this dreadful situation, as the Brazilian President Bolsonaro has refused to impose a lockdown. 

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