COVID-19 cases in the world soar past 25 million

COVID-19 cases in the world soar past 25 million

- The novel coronavirus disease continues to put the health of many people at risk

- As of this writing, the total number of cases in the world has exceeded 25 million already

- The total number of patients who succumbed to the virus is also nearing 1 million

- The United States is still the country that has the greatest number of confirmed cases

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The confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus disease in the world have already exceeded the 25 million mark.

KAMI learned of the said information through the latest update of Worldometer, a website that releases up-to-date statistics about the virus.

The exact number of COVID-19 cases in the world is 25,247,506. A total of 847,892 patients have died, while more than 17 million have recovered.

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The United States of America is still the country that has the greatest number of cases. It already has 6,143,124 as of writing.

In Southeast Asia, the Philippines has the most number of coronavirus cases. The Department of Health (DOH) recorded 4,284 new cases, making the total of 217,396.

Several countries continue to discover the most effective vaccine against COVID-19. Some of them are already in the final stages of clinical trials.

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COVID-19 cases in the world soar past 25 million

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The novel coronavirus disease is considered as one of the most serious health crises that the world has ever faced. More than 200 countries and territories have been affected by it.

An Italian doctor claimed several weeks ago that the dreadful virus is already getting weaker and it might just disappear without the need for a vaccine.

President Vladimir Putin also announced that Russia has registered the “first COVID-19 vaccine in the world.” However, medical experts expressed their worries about it.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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