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17 crore 37 lakh people infected in world

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The world is devastated by the pandemic coronavirus. The death toll is rising every day, and millions of people are being infected. Although the corona vaccine has been discovered, the panic has not yet subsided. Meanwhile, the number of deaths in world has exceeded 37 lakh 35 thousand and more than 17 crore 37 lakh people have been infected.

As many as 9,003 people have died and 3,93,382 have been infected in the world in the previous 24 hours till 9 am on Sunday, June 06, according to the website Coronavirus.

With this, 36 lakh 35 thousand 779 people have died in the world so far and 17 crore 37 lakh 5 thousand 864 people have been affected. Of these, 15 crore 68 lakh 22 thousand 46 people have returned home after recovering.

The United States, the world's most powerful country, has had the highest number of infections and deaths from corona. In the country at the top of the list, 3 crore 42 lakh 4 thousand 374 people have been infected with corona so far. 6 lakh 12 thousand 203 people have died.

India, which is the second most affected and the third deadliest country in the world, has so far infected 2 crore 88 lakh 8 thousand 372 people and 3 lakh 46 thousand 784 people have died so far.

Brazil, which is the third most affected and the second deadliest country in the world, has so far infected 1,69,7,425 people. 4 lakh 72 thousand 629 people have died.

France is in fourth place in terms of attacks. So far, 57 lakh 7 thousand 683 people have been infected by corona in the country. One lakh 9 thousand 983 people have died due to the virus.

Turkey is in the fifth place in this list. So far, 52 lakh 82 thousand 594 people have been infected with corona in the country. Of these, 48,064 died.

Russia is sixth, the United Kingdom is seventh, Italy is eighth, Argentina is ninth and Germany is tenth. Besides, Bangladesh ranks 33rd, where a total of 12,801 people have died and 8,9,370 have been infected.

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