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Highlights:

  • On Tuesday, Covid-19 related death globally crosses the 3 million mark, as the world deals with the sudden resurgence of the virus.
  • It took over a year for the death toll to hit 2 million globally, while it took only three months to cross the 3 million mark.
  • Officials believe that the numbers are increasing especially due to the infectious variants found in the UK and South Africa. 
  • Currently, Brazil has recorded the highest number of new deaths due to the infectious virus.
  • In the world, the United States of America has recorded the highest number of deaths at 555,000. 

On Tuesday, the data for worldwide deaths due to Covid19 has emerged, which shows that it crosses the 3 million mark. The world deals with the sudden resurgence of the virus that immediately adds on more numbers of fatalities. At the moment, a vaccination drive is being carried out in the world to curb the deadly infectious ‘Coronavirus’, especially involving mutants. 

According to a tally of a leading news agency, it is being said that it took over a year for the death toll to hit 2 million globally, while it took only three months to cross the 3 million mark. Since the past few months after months of low cases, there has been a sudden spike in Covid-19 cases, especially in the three hardest-hit countries – the USA, Brazil, and India. 

Officials believe that the numbers are increasing especially the infectious variants found in the UK and South Africa. Currently, Brazil has recorded the highest number of new deaths due to the infectious virus.

The country accounts for one in every four deaths reported related to coronavirus. The World Health Organization has described the condition of Brazil as ‘critical’. Presently, several intensive care units in hospitals are running at over 90% capacity.

On Monday, India, which is one of the hardest-hit Nations that recorded almost 1 lakh new Covid-19 cases. Few States in India imposed restrictions to curb the virus. Europe has the highest number of total deaths at 1.1 million. In Europe, 60 percent of cases are from 5 countries – the UK, France, Russia, Italy, and Germany. 

In the world, the United States of America has recorded the highest number of deaths at 555,000 – accounting for 19 percent of all coronavirus-related deaths in the world.

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