Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka)

In­dia reg­is­ters high­est Covid death toll yes­ter­day

- Disasters · Coronavirus (COVID-19) · Infectious Diseases · Health Conditions · India · United States of America · Brazil · Mexico · United Kingdom · Asia

PA RIS A FP O C T9, 2020- The novel coro­n­avirus has killed at least 1,063,346 peo­ple since late last year, ac­cord­ing to a tally from of­fi­cial sources com­piled by AFP at 1100 GMT on Fri­day.

More than 36,595,740 cases of coro­n­avirus have been reg­is­tered world­wide. Of these, at least 25,332,900 are now con­sid­ered re­cov­ered.

The coun­tries with the most new deaths were In­dia with 964, fol­lowed by the United States with 938 and Brazil with 729.

The US re­mains the worst-hit coun­try with 212,789 deaths from 7,607,848 cases, while at least 3,021,252 peo­ple have been de­clared re­cov­ered.

The next hardest-hit coun­tries are Brazil with 148,957 deaths from

The US re­mains the worst-hit coun­try with 212,789 deaths from 7,607,848 cases, while at least 3,021,252 peo­ple have been de­clared re­cov­ered

5,028,444 cases, In­dia with 106,490 deaths from 6,906,151 cases, Mex­ico with 83,096 deaths from 804,488 cases, and Bri­tain with 42,592 deaths from 561,815 cases.

On Thurs­day,6,408 new deaths and 355,735 new cases were recorded world­wide. Asia has re­ported 149,446 deaths from 8,943,604 cases.

The tal­lies, re­flect only a frac­tion of the ac­tual num­ber of in­fec­tions.

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