World’s COVID-19 cases jump to 105,621 with 413,372 deaths – WHO




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By Joyce Remi- Bababyeju

Abuja ( Sundiatapost) – The Coronavirus pandemic which took the world by storm has taken a new dimension as the number of affected cares worldwide skyrockets to a frightening figure of 105,621 cases, the World Health Organisation, according to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Dashboard.

Since the virus first surfaced in the Chinese village of Wuhan it has spread like across the world. It has become an outbreak it was declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January 2020 and on 11 February 2020, announced a name for the new coronavirus making the Director General, Tedros Adhanom Ghegbreyesus to pronounce it a world pandemic.

As at today (Thursday) the Nigeria Centre for Control, NCDC, has confirmed that Nigeria has recorded 13,873 cases a total deaths of 382.

Worldwide, according to Dashboard on COVID-19, the world has recorded 105,621 deaths, 7,273, 958 confirmed cases and 413,372 deaths.

United States of America

739,503confirmed cases

Brazil

502,436confirmed cases

Russian Federation

290,147confirmed cases

The United Kingdom

286,579confirmed cases

India

242,280confirmed cases

Spain

235,763confirmed cases

Italy

203,736confirmed cases

Peru

185,416confirmed cases

177,938confirmed cases

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

173,036confirmed cases

Turkey

151,145confirmed cases

France

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