Global Covid-19 cases exceed 3.5 million: Johns Hopkins

WASHINGTON: The number of global cases has passed the 3.5 million mark, according to the Washington office. Johns Hopkins University .

As of Monday morning, the total number of cases worldwide was 3,507,053, the university and Engineering () said in their latest update.

The United States continued to lead the world count with 1,158,041 cases, followed by Spain (217,466), Italy (210,717), the United Kingdom (187,842), France (168,925), Germany (165,664), Russia (134,687), Turkey (126,045) , and Brazil (101,826).

In terms of COVID-19 deaths, the US USA They represented the highest number in the world at 67,682, the CSSE data revealed.

The other countries with more than 20,000 deaths were Italy (28,884), the United Kingdom (28,446), Spain (25,264) and France (24,864).