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Coronavirus death toll crosses 283,800 globally with over 4.1 mln infected


11 May 2020  

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KATHMANDU: With Coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc across the world, the death toll from the novel virus has climbed to 283, 846 with 4,179,720 infection cases as of Monday morning.

Currently, 2,405, 378 people are undergoing treatment at various hospitals across the world, of which 47, 040 are critical. Meanwhile, 1,490,496 have recovered after treatment.

America, the worst-hit in terms of both deaths and infection cases, has reported 720 deaths in the last 24 hours taking the total to 80, 787 as of Monday morning.

According to the latest figures collated by Worldometer, with 19, 444 new cases, the number of infection cases has surged to 1,366,753.

Currently, 1,030, 342 coronavirus patients are undergoing treatment at various hospitals across America, of which 16,493 are critical.  Meanwhile, 255, 654 have recovered after treatment.

New York is the worst-hit with 26, 812 deaths followed by New Jersey and Massachusetts with 9,264 and 4,979 deaths, respectively.

The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) had declared Coronavirus a Public Health Emergency on January 31 in the US.

Italy has reported 165 deaths in the last 24 hours taking the tally to 30,560 as of Monday morning.

The number of infection cases in the country has reached 219, 070 after 802 new cases were reported, the third highest in terms of infection cases, after Spain and America, according to Worldometer.

Currently, 83,324 people are undergoing treatment at various hospitals in the country, of which 1,027 are critical. Meanwhile, 105,187 have recovered after treatment.

Likewise, the death toll in the United Kingdom (UK) from Coronavirus pandemic has reached 31, 855 after 268 died in the last 24 hours as of Monday morning.

According to Worldometer, with 3, 923 new cases,  the number of infection cases has surged to 219, 183.

Currently, 186, 984 people are undergoing treatment at various hospitals in the country, of which 1, 559 are critical.   UK has performed tests on 1,631,561 people so far.

The death toll in France has reached 26, 380 while 176, 970 have been as of Monday morning.

Currently, 94, 373 are undergoing treatment at various hospitals in the country, of which 2, 776 are critical. Meanwhile, 56, 217 have returned home after recovery.

Brazil has witnessed a surge in the deaths of people from Coronavirus of late. According to Worldometer, the death toll has reached 11,123 after 467 died in the last 24 hours.

With 6, 638 new cases, the number of infection cases has surged to 162, 699 as of Monday morning.

Currently, 86, 619 people are undergoing treatment at various hospitals in the country, of which 8, 318 are critical. Meanwhile, 64, 957 have recovered after treatment.

India has reported 2, 212 deaths after 111 died in the last 24 hours. With 4,353 new cases, the number of infection cases has reached 67, 161 after Monday morning.

Currently, 43, 980 are undergoing treatment at various hospitals in the country while 20, 969 have returned home after recovery. The India government has performed tests on 1,609,037 people for Coronavirus so far.

Broke out in Wuhan City of China last December, the deadly virus has spread to 212 countries including two international conveyances across the world so far.

 

Publish Date : 11 May 2020 08:39 AM

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