Number of COVID-19 cases in the world breaks records

By | October 9, 2020
Number of COVID-19 cases in the world breaks records

For the second consecutive day in the world, a record for new cases of COVID-19 infection is recorded, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
In the last 24 hours, 350,766 patients with COVID-19 were recorded worldwide. This is almost 12,000 more than the previous day – 338,779 new cases were reported yesterday.
The largest increase in cases were registered in India – 70,496 cases, as well as in the United States (52,458 cases).
During the whole time of the pandemic in the world more than 36.3 million cases of infection with coronavirus were detected, more than 1 million people died.