The cases in the entire worldwide have been reached more than 508.6 million, while the individual that has been died has been increased to over 6.21 million as well as vaccinations have been topped 11.22 billion, according to Johns Hopkins University.
In the latest update that was shared by the University on Saturday morning, the University’s Center for Systems Science as well as Engineering (CSSE) reveals that the current global caseload and the death toll stood at 508,675,438 and 6,215,433, respectively. At the same time, the majority of the number of vaccine doses has been administered rise to 11,223,233,693.
Moreover, as per the COVID-19 tracker Worldometer, there are several nations that are still reporting a huge amount of cases. The countries, including Germany, France, South Korea as well as Italy, have been reported the maximum number of cases on Friday, April 22.
The list of the nations that have reported the highest number of cases till now:
- Germany – 104,331
- France – 88,389
- South Korea – 81,010
- Italy – 73,212
- USA – 54,113
- Australia – 48,984
Along with this, the United States of America continues to be the worst-hit nation with the world’s highest number of cases as well as the casualties at 80,952,268 and 991,166 in the entire worldwide, according to the CSSE.
India accounts for the second-highest caseload at 43,052,425.
Meanwhile, the other nations with more than 10 million cases are Brazil 30,338,697, France 28,354,529, Germany 24,141,333, the UK (22,106,300), Russia 17,855,661, South Korea 16,830,469, Italy 16,008,181, Turkey 15,013,616, Spain 11,736,893 as well as Vietnam 10,544,324.
On the other hand, the nations that have reported the maximum deaths of more than 100,000 are Brazil 662,802, India 522,116, Russia 367,036, Mexico 324,033, Peru 212,704, the UK 173,984, Italy (162,466), Indonesia, 156,040, France 145,982.
Furthermore, Iran 140,919, Colombia 139,759, Germany 134,155, Argentina 128,344, Poland 115,926, Spain 103,721 as well as South Africa 100,286.