Coronavirus cases worldwide exceed 3.5 million

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Coronavirus cases worldwide exceed 3.5 million

Coronavirus cases worldwide exceed 3.5 million
Coronavirus cases worldwide exceed 3.5 million


The number of people affected by the epidemic of Coronavirus in the world exceeded the limit of 3.5 million people, about 5 months after the virus first appeared in a market in Wuhan, China, which later turned into a global epidemic "pandemic".

According to the "World Meter" website, the number of cases today broke the barrier of 3.5 million, while the number of deaths exceeded 245 thousand cases around the world.

The United States recorded the highest rate of cases, with a number exceeding one million and 160 thousand cases, and deaths exceeding 67 thousand cases, while Spain ranked second with more than 245 thousand cases and deaths exceeding 25 thousand cases, then Italy with 209 thousand cases and more than 28 thousand deaths .



The first million infections were recorded on April 2, while the second million were recorded on April 15, and the third on April 28.

It is worth noting that the World Health Organization announced on March 11 that the Coronavirus has become a global pandemic, calling on governments to take strict measures and measures to combat it.

In order to combat the virus, most countries of the world have taken exceptional measures, ranging from the total closure and complete isolation of citizens, the imposition of an exceptional curfew, the prevention of gatherings, the cancellation of sporting, cultural, social and political events, and the cessation of air traffic, either in part or in whole.

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Many clinical and laboratory experiments are currently taking place in the United States, France, Britain and other countries in an attempt to produce a drug or vaccine against the virus, but these efforts have not yielded anything concrete yet.

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