COVID-19 causes over 82,124 deaths worldwide
Over 1.4 million tested positive for the novel coronavirus
The novel coronavirus has caused 82,124 deaths across the globe. The virus has infected over 1.4 million people worldwide. So far, 300,862 people have recovered from the disease throughout the world.
The novel coronavirus has hit hard Europe, America and other countries of the world.
France’s total death toll due to coronavirus has surpassed 10,000 and it has recorded the largest daily increase in deaths — a total of 1,417 — according to France’s Health Ministry data published today. The total number of dead now stands at 10,328, including 7,091 people in hospitals and 3,237 in nursing homes. Jerome Salomon, director of the public health authority, said that France has not reached the peak of the epidemic yet.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s condition is stable, and he is still in intensive care, a Downing Street spokesperson said Tuesday.
“He is in good spirits,” the spokesman added.
There are at least 378,289 cases of coronavirus in the US and more than 11,000 people have died, according to a tally from