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Second wave corona 3700 people killed the world wide
Web Desk 13 October 2020

Second wave corona 3700 people killed world

SHANGHAI: The Second wave corona 3700 people killed world death toll from the corona virus infection worldwide has surpassed 1,085,000, with the second wave of corona killing 3,700 people in the past 24 hours and confirming the virus in 2.5 million people.

The death toll from the new Corona virus has risen to 1,085,500 worldwide, according to data from WorldMeter, a reference website for a Shanghai-based private software solutions company.

The deadly virus has so far infected 38.49 million people in 214 countries and territories around the world, while 28.6 million patients have recovered from the virus.Second wave corona 3700 people killed world

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The virus, which originated in China, caused the most damage in the United States, killing 220,000 people in the United States so far, while the number of infected people is 8,027,000, including 5,184. Thousands of patients have recovered.

A further 55,000 cases of the virus were reported in India, bringing the total number of victims to more than 7,175,000, while the death toll has risen to 199,800.

The death toll from the corona virus in Brazil has risen to 150,000 and the total number of people infected has exceeded 5.1 million. The death toll from the virus in Russia is more than 22,700, while the number of infected people has risen to 1.312 million.

New cases of corona are emerging in China, with nine reported in the city of Qingdao, on which the Chinese government has announced tests for the entire population of Qingdao, Chinese officials say. 9 million population will be tested.

The virus, which originated in China, caused the most damage in the United States, killing 220,000 people in the United States so far, while the number of infected people is 8,027,000, including 5,184. Thousands of patients have recovered.

A further 55,000 cases of the virus were reported in India, bringing the total number of victims to more than 7,175,000, while the death toll has risen to 199,800.

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