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Global COVID-19 cases top 303 million

Global COVID-19 cases top 303 million

The number of cases of COVID-19 in the world has reached 303.8 million.

According to the Worldometer, most cases of infection with a dangerous infection since March 2020 have been detected in the United States – 60.5 million.

This is followed by India – 35.37 million, Brazil – 22.45 million, Great Britain – 14.5 million, France – 11.5 million, Russia – 10.6 million, Germany – 7.46 million, Spain – 7.16 million , Italy – 7.08 million and Iran – 6.2 million.

Over 9.85 million cases of coronavirus infection have been identified in Turkey since the start of the pandemic.

Due to the coronavirus, 5.5 million people have died in the world.

At the same time, 258.32 million people have recovered from a dangerous infection.

Treatment continues for 40.94 million people.

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