Infection and death from the deadly coronavirus (Covid-19) are on the rise. Another 4,058 people have died in the last 24 hours worldwide. At the same time, four lakh 83 thousand 742 people have been newly infected. And three lakh 42 thousand 523 people have recovered. On the previous day (December 6), 4,008 people were killed and 4,22,421 were identified as infected.
The data came from the international statistics website WorldMeter on Tuesday (December 6) at 8:30 am.
According to the latest statistics, the number of deaths due to coronavirus in the world has risen to 52 lakh 7 thousand 346 people so far. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 26 crores 7 lakh 8 thousand 479 people have been infected with the virus. Besides, 24 crore 2 lakh 17 thousand 509 people have recovered.
Corona has been the leading cause of death and infection in the United States. A total of 5 crore 56 thousand 572 people have been infected in the country. 6 lakh 9 thousand 57 of them died. 3 crore 95 lakh 52 thousand 47 people have recovered from Corona.
In India, 3 crores 46 lakh 46 thousand 6 people have been infected with corona so far. So far 4 lakh 83 thousand 538 people have died. And 3 crore 40 lakh 79 thousand 608 people have recovered.
The Latin American country of Brazil has the second-highest number of deaths in Corona after the United States. So far 6 lakh 15 thousand 69 people have died in the country. A total of 2 crores 21 lakh 46 thousand 474 people have been infected.
Next on the list are the United Kingdom, Russia, Turkey, France, Germany, Iran, Argentina, Spain, and Italy.
Bangladesh ranks 31st in the list. So far 15 lakh 8 thousand 620 corona patients have been identified in the country. 26,005 of them died. So far 15 lakh 42 thousand 600 people have recovered after being infected with a corona in the country.
The first corona was discovered in December 2019 in Hubei, Wuhan Province, China. Within a few months, the virus spread to most of the world. On March 11 last year, the World Health Organization declared Corona a “global epidemic.”