- The number of coronavirus cases around the world has breached the dreaded 2 million mark
- Recoveries worldwide total 484, 831, a short cry from half a million and deaths are still increasing with the latest tally at 126,776
- In the Philippines, the total number of cases is at 5,223 with recoveries at 295
- Deaths were at 335 with the youngest fatality being a 29-day-old baby from Batangas
The total number of coronavirus cases around the world has reached a staggering 2,000,734, breaching the dreaded 2 million mark, as per data in Worldometer. The data was updated on April 15, 2020, 07:03 GMT.
The hardest-hit country is the United States with total confirmed coronavirus cases at 614,246.
The United States also has the highest number of deaths at 26,064 with 38,820 recoveries.
Next to it is Spain, with 174,060 cases, and following it is Italy with 162,488 cases.
As of this writing, the Philippines has 5,223 confirmed cases. Deaths have reached 335 and recoveries were at 295.
JapanTimes has already reported that the confirmed cases of coronavirus surpassed 2 million all over the world.
As of this writing, the Philippines already has more than 5,000 cases of coronavirus. JapanTimes has already reported that the confirmed cases of coronavirus surpassed 2 million all over the world.
In the Philippines, a previous KAMI report revealed that doctors have died after being infected by COVID-19. They are among the frontliners who attend to the patients rushing to hospitals amid pandemic.
The coronavirus outbreak started out in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China. Scientists believed that the virus came from an animal at one of Wuhan's wet markets. At present, the Philippines is under a state of calamity while the entire Luzon is under an enhanced community quarantine.
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