The number of cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the newly identified coronavirus, has hit 1 million worldwide, according to tracking numbers from Johns Hopkins University.
According to the report, almost one-fourth, 236,000, are in the United States while Italy, Spain and Germany follow. The worldwide death toll stands at more than 53,000. Italy reported the most fatalities with more than 13,000 and climbing daily.
According to the data, China, where the virus broke out in December, has been pushed to the fifth position on the chart with 82,432 cases. The John Hopkins University tally revealed that the death toll has hit 51,485 across the globe while the raging pandemic is affecting 181 countries and regions.
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