Coronavirus infections worldwide surpass 25 million
The worldwide tally for novel coronavirus infections surpassed 25 million Sunday, according to US-based Johns Hopkins University.
US REMAINS AS THE WORST VIRUS-HIT COUNTRY
The university's running data showed the global coronavirus infections stood at 25,009,739, while death toll from the disease hit 842,709, with the number of recoveries reaching 16,411,400.
The US remains the hardest-hit country by the pandemic with over 5.96 million cases and 182,779 deaths.
In number of fatalities, the US is followed by Brazil with 120,262 deaths and Mexico with 63,819. A total of 63,498 people in India have lost the battle against the virus, followed by the UK with 41,585 fatalities.
Meanwhile, Brazil has the second-highest number of infections exceeding 3.84 million, followed by India, Russia, and Peru.
China, the ground zero of the disease, has registered 89,863 cases so far and its death toll continues to stand at 4,721.