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COVID-19 CASES WORLDWIDE REACH 26.75 MILLION

7 months ago | World | 0 comments

By Catleya Jardenil

Based on a Reuters tally, over 26.75 million people have contracted COVID-19 since it was first detected last December 2019.

A total of 875,419 people have died worldwide due to COVID-19.

The virus has been reported in over 210 countries and territories.

The United States remains the hardest-hit country of the pandemic with more than 6.2 million cases.

This was followed by Brazil, India, and Russia.

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