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1 million cases and counting of coronavirus have been signed up globally, according to the current figures from Johns Hopkins University – another grim turning point as the world grapples with the spreading pandemic.

Nearly 53,000 individuals have died and more than 210,000 have recovered, according to the US university’s figures.

1 million coronavirus cases

The US has the most cases, and more than 1,000 died there in the past day.

The illness, Covid-19, first emerged in main China 3 months earlier.

The current statistics kept by Johns Hopkins records one million verified cases, the actual number is thought to be much greater. It took a month and a half for the first 100,000 cases to be registered. A million was reached after a doubling in cases over the past week.

Almost a quarter of cases have actually been registered in the United States, while Europe represents around half. The pandemic is taking a big financial toll: an extra 6.6 million Americans obtained unemployment benefit recently.

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What’s the most recent?

The United States has reported 1,169 deaths in 24 hours – the greatest daily death toll of any country up until now.
Earlier, Spain stated 950 people had actually died in a day, which is a record number for Europe in this breakout.

The variety of validated Spanish cases rose from 102,136 on Wednesday to 110,238 – an 8% increase that resembles the rate tape-recorded in previous days. Authorities believe the virus is now peaking and state they expect to see a drop in figures in the days ahead.

“We continue with a boost of around 8%. This points, as we have actually currently seen, to a stabilisation in the information that we’re signing up,” stated María José Sierra, from the Spanish health ministry’s emergency situation co-ordination unit.

Spain, the worst-hit nation after Italy in regards to deaths, has actually also lost almost 900,000 jobs considering that mid-March.

 

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