Global number of Covid-19 cases surpass the 68 million mark

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The number of global Covid-19 infections, officially registered by the Johns Hopkins University, since the beginning of the pandemic has exceeded 68 million (68,046,467).

The most affected country in absolute terms remains the United States, with more than 15.1 million total cases and nearly 286,000 deaths.

India and Brazil continue to be the second and third most-affected country from the pandemic respectively reporting 9,703,770 cases and 6,674,999 cases respectively. Brazil has the second-highest death toll after the United States with 178,159 fatalities, according to the dashboard. 

Russia has reported over 2,492,713 cases and 43,674 deaths and France, on the other hand, has a total of 2,363,196 and 56,453 who have succumbed to the coronavirus.

Italy and the United Kingdom both reported 1.75 million cases and 61,240 deaths and 62,130 deaths respectively.