On Thursday, the total number of people that have died from coronavirus complications surpassed 450,000 after the toll doubled in just a month and a half, according to reports from Johns Hopkins University.
The tally noted that a total of 450,004 people have died from the disease out of more than 8 million cases reported across the world since COVID-19 emerged in China late last year.
Europe has been the hardest-hit continent, with 190,120 deaths from 2,469,242 infections, but the pandemic is now spreading most rapidly in Latin America, which has recorded 86,706 deaths from 1,840,488 cases.
Meanwhile, the total number of confirmed cases in Africa is now 275,528 with 125,289 recoveries and 7,412 deaths.
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