As per to the COVID-19 infected cases reportedly worldwide countires struggle with new virus variants and vaccine shortfalls Global COVID-19 cases crossed 100 million as of today.
Approximately 1.3% population of the world has now been infected with coronavirus, the disease caused by the COVID-19, and more than 2.1 million people have lost their lives.
As per statistics, after every 7.7 seconds 1 person has been infected on average, since the start of the year.
Around 668,250 COVID-19 cases have been reported each day over the this year, and the worldwide death toll rate stands at 2.15%.
As per to a analysis, The worst-affected countries includes the United States, India, Brazil, Russia and the United Kingdom – make up more than half all reported coronavirus cases but represent 28% of the world population,.
As per figures, It took the world 11 months to record the first 50 million cases of the COVID-19 pandemic, compared to just 3 months for cases to double to 100 million.
Around 56 countries have begun vaccinating people for the COVID-19, administering at least 64 million doses.
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