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Covid-19 Factoid: Kerala seeing second wave after almost flattening curve

France has the worst coronavirus death rate at 18.43 per cent, among countries reporting high fatalities.

A health official collects a swab sample from a woman to test for the Covid-19 inside a government school, in New Delhi. Photo: ANI
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A health official collects a swab sample from a woman to test for the Covid-19 inside a government school, in New Delhi. Photo: ANI

Jyotindra Dubey New Delhi
The global confirmed case count stands at 9.3 million, of which 5,079,131 patients have now recovered. There have been 480,590 fatalities in the world. The US now has almost 2.5 million cases alone, which is almost one-fourth the global number.
 In India, there are now 460,000 plus confirmed cases now, of which 183,022 are still active. The country’s death toll stands at 14,476 at present, while 258,684 people have now recovered. For most of June, every single day has seen more than 10,000 new cases.
 
 Here are some graphs on the pandemic:

#1 almost 20 per cent of cases in France

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First Published: Jun 25 2020 | 7:26 AM IST

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