Corona cases and deaths have decreased in the world

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Another 1,150 people have died in the last 24 hours due to coronavirus. At this time, 4 lakh 39 thousand 470 corona patients have been identified.

This information was received from Worldometers, a website that keeps track of the corona on Sunday (September 2) morning.

Earlier, on Saturday, 1 thousand 746 people died and 5 lakh 59 thousand 792 people were diagnosed in the world due to Corona.

According to the latest data from Worldometers, Japan has recorded the highest number of infections and deaths due to Corona in the world in the last 24 hours. During this period, 1 lakh 35 thousand 425 people were newly infected in the country and 347 people died.

Apart from this, 22 thousand 765 people have been affected in the United States and 74 people have died. In South Korea, 79 thousand 623 people have been infected and 74 people have died. Brazil has 80 dead and 10,800 infected. 15 thousand 597 people have been infected in France. In Mexico, 4,347 people have been infected and 36 have died. In Italy, 17 thousand 660 people have been infected and 48 people have died.

At the same time, 42 people died in Taiwan and 32 thousand 812 people were infected. 92 people died in Russia and 51 thousand 699 people were infected. In the Philippines, 2,812 people have been infected and 52 have died. In Australia, 8,663 people have been infected and 39 people have died. In Thailand, 1 thousand 942 people have been infected and 23 people have died. In Chile, 5,238 people have been infected and 28 have died.

A total of 60 crore 98 lakh 7 thousand 602 people have been affected by corona in the world so far. Among them, 65 lakh 2 thousand 466 people died. 58 crore 56 lakh 85 thousand 1 people have returned home after recovery.

Note that the first corona patient was detected in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Then on March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared Corona as a ‘global pandemic’.


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