Coronavirus cases top 200,000 worldwide, death toll passes 8,000

The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide has now increased to 200,000, as indicated by Johns Hopkins University, while the deaths have been increased to 8,000.

The Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering’s on the web count demonstrated 201,436 aggregate cases by 11:13 GMT (6:13 a.m. EST) on Tuesday, with 82,032 recorded as recuperated.

It also recorded 8,006 deaths.

The countries with the most affirmed cases were China, Italy, Iran, Spain, and Germany.

The countries with the most affirmed passings were China, Italy, Iran, Spain, and France.

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