NewsWorld COVID-19 caseload tops 93 million

World COVID-19 caseload tops 93 million

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Baltimore (US): The worldwide number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has surpassed 93 million, Johns Hopkins University reported.

The exact number of the coronavirus cases stood at 93,018,040 as of 01:20 GMT on Friday.

More than 1.99 million people have died of the disease, the university added.

The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on March 11.

The biggest number of cases so far have been registered in the United States, India, and Brazil — ANI/Sputnik

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