More than 13.1 million coronavirus cases worldwide – John Hopkins University


A tally by Johns Hopkins University shows that the new coronavirus first found in Wuhan, China late last year has infected more than 13.1 million people worldwide with over 573,000 fatalities and more than 7.2 million recoveries.


However, the actual numbers are thought to be much higher due to limited testing and the number of asymptomatic people.


The fluctuations of the pandemic has governments struggling to quash fresh outbreaks while attempting to save economies from the devastation of long shutdowns and travel restrictions.


The WHO has warned that many countries are adopting the wrong approach in their fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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