More than 382,000 Corona deaths in the world

The incidence of the deadly coronavirus and its deaths is increasing worldwide, with the epidemic intensifying or weakening or having no effect in any country.

The number of people infected with the coronavirus worldwide has risen to 6,452,391, bringing the death toll to 382,479.

Around the world, 3,02,314 patients with coronavirus are still being treated in hospitals and quarantine centers, most of them in critical condition, while 3,067,598 patients have recovered.

The United States is still the country most affected by the coronavirus, with not only corona cases but also the highest number of deaths from any country in the world.

Coronavirus has so far killed 18,059 people in the United States, bringing the total number of people infected with it to 1,881,205, while 645,974 Verona patients have been cured so far.

In terms of the number of coronavirus patients, Brazil has reached second place in the list of countries where the number of coronavirus patients has reached 558,237 while the virus has swallowed 31,309 lives.

The total number of deaths from the coronavirus in Russia has risen to 5,037, while the number of patients has risen to 423,741.

In Spain, 287,012 charity victims of the Corona have been reported so far, while the death toll from the epidemic has risen to 27,127.

The number of corona cases in Pakistan has exceeded 80,000, according to the Corona Statistics of the National Command and Operations Center, the number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan has reached 80,463, while in the last 24 hours, 67 more people have lost their lives due to this deadly epidemic, bringing the total number of deaths to 1,688.

In the country, 49,852 patients with coronavirus are still being treated in hospitals and quarantine centers, while 28,923 patients have recovered from the disease.

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