Tista' taqra bil- Malti.
The number of coronavirus cases surpassed 90 million on Monday, according to a tally issued by Reuters.
This grim milestone was reached on the first anniversary since China confirmed its first death from Covid-19, a 61-year-old man who was a regular at the now-notorious Wuhan wet market.
As the world is still coming to terms with the original version of Covid-19, with the roll-out of the vaccine, some countries are still trying their best to procure vaccines and continue with the extension or in some cases the reinstatement of lockdowns to fight new variants of coronavirus.
The United States, remains the world’s worst affected country, reported its highest death toll on Wednesday, with over 4,000 fatalities in a single day.
The UK has more new Covid-19 cases per capita than any other major country in the world, the latest data reveals.
In Malta, as on Sunday 10th January, there were 14,396, of which 11,841 recovered. The Covid-19 death toll in Malta is 233. On Monday night, Malta was the first EU country to recieve the consignment of the Moderna vaccine.
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