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33 lakh 31 thousand died in world

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The number of people infected with the coronavirus pandemic worldwide has exceeded 16 crore. Of these, more than 33 lakh patients have died. Several countries, including India, the most populous country in South Asia, are now in the throes of a second wave of corona. As a result, identification and death are increasing by leaps and bounds every day.

In the last 24 hours, 13,635 people have died from this deadly virus. The total death toll stood at 33 lakh 31 thousand 127 people.

7 lakh 26 thousand 228 people have been newly identified as Corona. With this, the total number of identified patients increased to 16 crore 3 lakh 22 thousand 806 people. Of these, 13 crore 80 lakh 57 thousand 85 patients have recovered from Corona.

The data was obtained from the international statistics-based website WorldoMeters on Wednesday, May 12.

The United States is still at the top of the list of countries affected by the Corona in the world. Corona has so far identified 3 crore 35 lakh 50 thousand 115 people in the country. Of these, 5 lakh 96 thousand 946 people have died. And 2 crore 65 lakh 58 thousand 138 people have recovered.

India is next in the list of countries affected by Corona. The number of daily infections in the country over the past few days is the highest in the world. According to World Meter, 2 crore 33 lakh 40 thousand 426 people have been identified as corona in the country so far. The total death toll stood at 2 lakh 54 thousand 225 people. And 1 crore 93 lakh 76 thousand 650 people have recovered.

Brazil is in the third place in the list. In the Latin American country, 1 crore 52 lakh 85 thousand 48 people have been identified as infected with corona so far. Of these, 4 lakh 25 thousand 711 people died. And 1 crore 38 lakh 47 thousand 191 people have recovered.

France is third, Turkey fourth, Russia sixth, United Kingdom seventh, Italy eighth, Spain ninth and Germany tenth.

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