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38 lakh 48 thousand died in world

International desk
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Coronavirus infections and deaths are on the rise around the world. Another 9,121 people have died in the last 24 hours. At this time 3 lakh 8 thousand 904 more people have been identified.

As of 10 am on Thursday, June 18, the total number of corona patients in the world stood at 17 crore 77 lakh 88 thousand 380 people, according to the WorldoMeters website. Of which 38 lakh 48 thousand 169 people died. So far 16 crore 22 lakh 85 thousand 19 people have recovered from the infection of the virus but the number of active patients is still 1 crore 16 lakh 53 thousand 927 people.

In the last 24 hours, 13,839 people have been identified and 428 people have died in the United States, which is at the top of the list of countries affected by corona in the world. The total number of victims in the country is 3 crore 43 lakh 65 thousand 761. Of which 6 lakh 16 thousand 144 people have died. 51 lakh 33 thousand 243 people are undergoing treatment.

India, the next most populous country in Asia, has seen the highest number of daily infections in the world in recent weeks. Another 67,294 people have been identified in the last 24 hours. At this time 1 thousand 411 people lost their lives anew. So that the number of victims has increased to 2 crore 96 lakh 99 thousand 555 people. And 3 lakh 81 thousand 931 people have died. 8 lakh 33 thousand 80 people under treatment.

In the last 24 hours, 2,073 people have died and 85,861 have been identified in Brazil, the third-ranked country to host the Copa America. With this, the total number of deaths in the country is now 4 lakh 93 thousand 837 and the total number of victims is 1 crore 76 lakh 29 thousand 714. 11 lakh 5 thousand 276 people under treatment.

France, Turkey, Russia, the United Kingdom and Italy, which are next on the list, have between 4 and 6 million infections, but the death toll in countries other than Turkey has exceeded one million. On the other hand, the death toll in Mexico, which ranks 15th, has risen to 230,000. And in Bangladesh, which is at number 32, the number of deaths has exceeded 13,200.

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