COVID-19: India’s Toll Surges Past One Million As Global Crisis Worsens

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On Friday July 17, India became the third country in the world to hit the grim milestone of million coronavirus cases, following Brazil and the United States where infections are still on the rise.

According to Aljazeera, the virus has killed more than 588,000 people and infected nearly 14 million around the world since first being detected in China late last year.

But, despite extraordinary restrictions on people travelling that have crippled the global economy, the pandemic is worsening in many parts of the world. India’s alarming one million toll came a day after confirmed coronavirus cases in Brazil surpassed two million.

The United States also on Thursday posted yet another record daily spike in infections, as the virus deepened political divides with Western nations accusing Russia of trying to steal vaccine research.

With more than 600 people dying daily in India, lockdowns have been reimposed on millions of people across the world’s second-most-populous nation.

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