Nepal | October 21, 2020

Worldwide coronavirus cases cross 21.96 million, death toll at 773,523

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LONDON: More than 21.96 million people have been reported to be infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 773,523​ have died, according to a Reuters tally.

Infections have been reported in more than 210 countries and territories since the first cases were identified in China in December 2019.

The following table lists the countries affected by the number of reported cases.

Country Total Deaths Total Cases
United States 170,575 5,460,787
Brazil 108,536 3,359,570
Russia 15,740 2,702,743
South Africa 11,982 589,886
Peru 26,281 535,946
Mexico 57,003 525,733
Colombia 15,372 479,892
Chile 10,513 387,501
Spain 28,646 376,936
United Kingdom 41,369 349,769
Iran 19,804 345,450
Saudi Arabia 3,436 299,914
Pakistan 6,175 289,215
Bangladesh 3,694 279,144
Iraq 5,954 180,133
Indonesia 6,207 141,370
Canada 9,032 122,873
Mainland China 4,634 84,849
Oman 588 83,226
UAE 364 64,541
Japan 1,131 57,569
Singapore 27 55,838
Nepal 114 28,257

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