Global coronavirus tally crosses 10 million: Johns Hopkins University

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The total number of coronavirus cases worldwide has touched 10 million, according to the latest data by the Johns Hopkins University on Sunday. As many as 10,005,970 COVID-19  cases people have been infected with COVID-19 across the globe.

More than 499,306 people have died globally due to the infection, according to the data compiled by the university. Over 5 million people, who had contracted the virus, have also recovered.

Though the virus is believed to have emerged from the Chinese city of Wuhan, the United States is the worst-hit country from COVID-19, which was declared as a pandemic by the WHO on March 11.

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There are at least 2,510,323 cases of the disease in the country, while around 125,539 people have died from the coronavirus.

The second worst-hit country is Brazil (1,313,667), followed by Russia (633,542) and India (528,859).

The countries around the world including the US, India, Denmark, and Italy have started the process of lifting the lockdown by easing restrictions despite the number of cases continues to rise.

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