The global epidemic of coronavirus (COVID-19) is on the rise, with more than 5.5 million people infected worldwide, compared to 3.47 million so far, have been in the arms of death.

Brazil is the second most affected country in the world after the United States, while Russia is the third most affected. Coronavirus cases are also increasing rapidly in India and now the number of infected people here has increased from 365’000.

The number of people infected with the coronavirus in the United States has risen to more than 1.6 million, while the death toll from the infection has crossed 98,000, is the most affected country in the world.

Russia is also plagued by the epidemic, which ranks third in the list of countries most affected by the infection. So far 353,427 people have been affected and 3633 people have died.

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In addition, the situation in the UK is getting worse. The epidemic has so far affected 2,59,559 people and killed 36,793 people so far. In Italy, the worst-hit country in Europe, the epidemic has killed 32,785 people so far. And 2,29,858 people are affected.

A total of 2,82,852 people have been affected in Spain, while 28,752 have died.

9312 in Belgium, 7294 in Mexico, 6424 in Canada, 5822 in the Netherlands, 3998 in Sweden, 3456 in Peru, and 3108 in Ecuador.

The situation is even worse in France and Germany, where 3,62,912 people have been affected so far and 36,738 people have died. In Germany, the coronavirus has infected 1,80,328 people and killed 8,371.

China, the epicenter of the global epidemic, has so far affected 82,985 people and killed 4,634.

The Coronavirus has seriously infected 1,33,521 people in the Gulf state of Iran and killed 7,359 people. So far, 1,54,500 people have been infected with the corona in Turkey and 4,276 people have died.

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Kiranpreet Kaur
Staff writer at The Eastern Herald. Studied political science.