The number of COVID-19 cases in the world has exceeded 400 million

The number of COVID-19 cases in the world has exceeded 400 million

The number of reported coronavirus infections worldwide since the pandemic began has exceeded 400 million, according to data from the U.S. Johns Hopkins University, which keeps counts based on information from international organizations and federal and local authorities.

According to the update, a total of 400,244,031 cases of infection with the coronavirus have been recorded worldwide and 5,761,208 people have died from the effects of the virus.

According to the university, the 300 million-case coronavirus mark was crossed just over a month ago, on Jan. 7. The United States has the most cases of infection detected over the past month, 15,149,517, followed by France with 8,623,947 and India in third place with 6,463,821.

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