COVID-19 at a glance: 678K cases globally with over 30K deaths

COVID-19 at a glance: 678K cases globally with over 30K deaths

Globally the number of COVID-19 cases has risen to 678K with over 30K deaths and 146K recoveries. The cases in the US (123K) constitute nearly 20% of cases reported globally. The death toll in Italy has crossed 10K and is followed by Spain at over 6500. New Zealand recorded its first death related to the coronavirus.

KCooper
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Enzo THESSIEU
Enzo THESSIEU 1 months

And the number of infected is probably higher since only people who have been tested positive appear on this list. On top of that we don't know if China are completely honest with their numbers

Paris Cloud
Paris Cloud 1 months

Italy has a higher percentage of smokers, and smoking can't be good for a lung infection. Their healthcare system has trouble treating the flu (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1201971219303285#bib0050).

Occam’s lazer
Occam’s lazer 1 months

But muh sniffles

Luke Duke
Luke Duke 1 months

China has been lying about their numbers since the beginning. China has millions of infected. They’re literally turning away sick patients at hospitals and allowing their elderly to die in the streets.

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