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More than one million people have died from coronavirus worldwide

More than one million people have died from coronavirus worldwide

9/29/2020 4:02:00 AM

More than one million people have died from coronavirus worldwide

Britain currently sits in fifth place worldwide for the most coronavirus deaths, with 42,090, as of Monday, though the US has around one fifth of the overall fatalities

Confirmed cases of the virus are also currently over 33,270,000 worldwide, according to John Hopkins University of Medicine data.Around one fifth of the fatalities have been reported by the United States, which has a death toll of 205,031 figures show.

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Brazil sits in second, with a total of 142,058, while India's 95,542 puts it in third and Mexico is fourth with 76,430.The UK, fifth for the most deaths, saw its toll reach 42,090 on Monday.The first recorded death from the new virus was on January 9, a 61-year-old man from the Chinese city of Wuhan who was a regular shopper at a wet market that has been identified as the source of the outbreak.

It took 91 days for the death toll to pass 100,000 and a further 16 days to reach 200,000, according to a Reuters tally of official reports from governments.It then surpassed half a million people at the end of June, a grim milestone with the pandemic already seeming to be into its second wave in some countries.

The respiratory illness caused by the new coronavirus has been particularly dangerous for the elderly, although other adults and children are also among the fatalities and reported cases.In just five months from January, the Covid-19 death toll overtook the number of people who die annually from malaria, one of the most deadly infectious diseases.

It comes as panic buying continued in the UK on Sunday as supermarkets ramped-up rationing to prevent shelves from being cleared like they were at the start of the pandemic.While Britain could avoid another full-blown lockdown by making everyone over 45-years-old shield, scientists advising the Government have said.

And Professor Mark Woolhouse, a top expert advising the Government, warned that a third wave of Covid-19 is “entirely possible”. Read more: Daily Mirror »

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Worldwide grief: Death toll from coronavirus tops 1 millionThe worldwide death toll from the coronavirus has eclipsed 1 million Bullshit :( That’s a 0.014% fatality rate for the sensible people. - For the bed wetters and the KARENS - you can continue the hysteria.

Covid kills one million worldwide Coronavirus has claimed the lives of one million people worldwide since the outbreak emerged in China late last year. New COVID-19 survival rates per CDC: 0-19: 99.997% 20-49: 99.98% 50-69: 99.5% 70 & over: 94.6% AMAZING NEWS! FactsNotFear THERE IS NO CRISIS. 1 people million died from various causes during the Covids countdown. Those comparing it with flu should note, flu killed 650 thousand in the whole of 2018 I believe. Maybe if a vaccine comes out for Covid then it might end up on similar numbers but that doesn't make it something not to be worried about.

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