The whole world is struggling to cope with the epidemic. The world’s most powerful nations are also frustrated with the new variants of the Corona. Infection and death are not stopping even though vaccination activities are going on all over the world.
On Friday (September 24), the world’s corona surpassed 23 crore. Death surpassed 48 lakh.
According to WorldOmiter, a website that keeps coroner’s statistics, another 8,619 people died and 5,12,797 were infected in the world in the previous 24 hours till 8 am Bangladesh time on Friday (September 24).
A total of 47 lakh 42 thousand 529 people have died and 23 crore 13 lakh 85 thousand 504 people have been infected in Corona so far. Of these, 20 crore 60 lakh 51 thousand 905 have returned home healthy.
The United States, the world’s most powerful country, has so far had the highest number of infections and deaths from corona. At the top of the list, 4 crore 35 lakh 32 thousand 491 people have been infected with corona so far. 6 lakh 2 thousand 97 people have died.
In India, which is the second most affected and the third deadliest country, 3 crore 35 lakh 93 thousand 492 people have been infected so far and 4 lakh 46 thousand 399 people have died so far.
Brazil, which is the third most affected and the second deadliest country in the world, has so far infected 2 crore 13 lakh 8 thousand 17 people. 5 lakh 93 thousand 17 people have died.
In the United Kingdom, which is in the fourth place in terms of the number of infected people, 65 lakh 85 thousand 6 people have been infected with corona so far. Of these, one lakh 35 thousand 603 people died.
In Russia, which is in the fifth place, 83 lakh 54 thousand 995 people have been affected by corona so far. 2 lakh 1 thousand 445 people died.
France is sixth, Turkey seventh, Iran eighth, Argentina ninth and Colombia tenth. Bangladesh ranks 26th in this list.
In the last week of December 2019, coronavirus infection started from Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. So far, Covid-19 has spread to 223 countries and regions of the world including Bangladesh.
Rachel Lott is a Reporter for Chroniclex After graduating from Cuyahoga Community College, Rachel got an internship at USA Evening and worked as a Reporter and Producer. Rachel has also worked as a Reporter for WKYC TV and Fox News Channel. Rachel Covers International Developments.