The world has been living with the coronavirus for quite some time now, and cases are still piling up across multiple different countries.
At the time of writing this, the Johns Hopkins global coronavirus tracker is indicating that the global confirmed cases of coronavirus will soon tick over to 12 million. Johns Hopkins coronavirus tracker has been widely used by many prominent medical sources, and numerous media outlets to follow the spread of coronavirus. So if you are in need of a good tracker for your local area, you can find a link to one of the best trackers here. The top five countries that have been hit the hardest by coronavirus so far have been the United States, Brazil, India, Russia, and Peru.
As global coronavirus cases to 12 million, the US is about to hit the 3 million mark for confirmed cases. Followed behind the US is Brazil with 1,668,589 million cases, and then India with 742,417 cases, Russia with almost 700,000 cases, and Peru with just over 300,000 cases. Many countries are still ramping up testing regimes, and we can expect that some of the countries that don't have good health infrastructure may also be harboring unknown amounts of COVID-19 cases among the population.
It should also be noted that while total confirmed cases is about to reach 12 million, 544,722 have died.
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