Global COVID-19 Cases Cross 50 Millions, USA And India Remain Worst Hit Nations

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On the 8th of November, the Novel Coronavirus cases crossed the 50 million mark globally.

The COVID-19 cases recorded a total of 50,737,872 positive cases, of which 1,262,130 are deceased and 39,795,245 are recovered/discharged.

The new cases reported in the past 30 days are the quarter of the total 50 million cases.

The spike in COVID-19 cases in the past 30 days is expected to be the second wave of the Novel Coronavirus world wide.

The United States of America (U.S.A.,) is the worst hit nation from the Novel Coronavirus with 10,288,480 cases, followed by India with 8,553,864 cases, Brazil (5,664,115) and France (1,787,324.)

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently, warned of the worst effects of the Novel Coronavirus. The WHO also said the second wave of COVID-19 infection is yet to be brought under control in the world.

The infection outbreak worldwide in 2019 December from China. Though many countries are engaged in inventing a potential vaccine for the deadly disease, officially it is yet to be launched for public across the globe.

Stay tuned for further updates.


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