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Global Coronavirus Cases Passed 22 million

According to the Johns Hopkins University database, the number of coronavirus cases identified worldwide has reached 22 million. Virus deaths total more than 776,000.

Global cases pass 22 million
Global cases pass 22 million|Photo Credit: Johns Hopkins University

According to John Hopkins University, the main generators of case counts are the United States and Brazil. More than 5.45 million cases were registered in the US, and more than 170,000 lives were lost.
The World Health Organization cautioned that young people are not invincible despite the coronavirus pandemic lower infection rate on them.
 A test station in Marseille, France. Photograph: Guillaume Horcajuelo/EPA
A test station in Marseille, France. Photograph: Guillaume Horcajuelo/EPA

The WHO has said that Covid-19 is now transmitted primarily by people in their 20s, 30s, and 40s, who may not be aware that they are infected, potentially spreading the disease to more vulnerable groups. “We are seeing young people who are ending up in ICU. Young people are dying from this virus,” WHO epidemiologist Maria Van Kerkhove said.
As world pharmaceutical and vaccine company’s rallies closer to the development of coronavirus vaccine putting Russia at the front, the World Health Organization has continued to call on world countries to create an enabling environment for the world’s most vulnerable countries to get access to the coronavirus vaccine.
On Tuesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) encouraged countries to enter a global partnership to ensure that less affluent countries have access to COVID-19 vaccinations, warning of the dangers of so-called “vaccine nationalism.”

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