Coronavirus: Global death toll climbs to 82,423

Sun Online Desk

8th April, 2020 11:34:50 printer

Coronavirus: Global death toll climbs to 82,423

The global death toll of coronavirus has climbed to 82,143 till Wednesday.

A total of 14,36,841 people have been affected and 303,736 people have recovered worldwide in the disease, worldometer reported.

A total of 209 countries and territories and two international conveyances have been affected in the deadly disease.

Affected countries of UN Security Council:

In USA, 400,549 people have been affected in the disease. Of them, 12,857 people have died and 21,711 people have recovered.

In China, 81,802people have been affected in the disease. Of them, 3,333 people have died and 77,279 have recovered.

In UK, 55,242 people have been affected in the disease. Of them, 6,159 people died and 135 people have recovered.

In France, 109,069 people have been affected in the disease. Of them, 10,328 patients have died and 19,337 patients have recovered.

 In Russia, 8,672 people have been affected in the coronavirus (Covid-19). Of them, 63 people have died and 580 people have recovered.

Other affected countries:

In Italy, 135,586 people have been affected in the disease. Of them, 17,127 people have died and 24,392 people have recovered.

In Spain, 141,942 people have been affected in the disease. Of them, 14,045 have died and 43,208 people have recovered.

In Canada, 17,897 people have been affected in the Covid-19 disease. Of them, 381 patients have died and 4,028 people have recovered.

In Iran, 62,589 people have been affected in the coronavirus. Of them, 3,872 patients died and 27,039 patients have recovered.

In Bangladesh, 218 people have been affected in the coronavirus. Of them, 20 patients died and 33 patients have recovered from the virus. Active cases are 165.

In India, 5,360 people have been infected in the coronavirus (Covid-19). Of them, 164 people have died and 468 patients have recovered.

In Australia, 6,010 people have been infected in the coronavirus. Of them, 50 people have died and 2,547 people have recovered.

 


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