According to Johns Hopkins University, on Wednesday, the worldwide death toll from the coronavirus crisis climbed above 900,000.
It becomes the grisly tally on six months after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic.
Here some data that News24xx.com release from Johns Hopkins University :
More than 190,000 deaths have been recorded in America. And it makes the U.S. accounts for more than 20% of the planet’s coronavirus deaths.
Brazil is the second hardest-hit country by total deaths, with more than 127,000 fatalities, according to the Johns Hopkins tally.
Then India with 73,890 deaths, Mexico with 68,484 deaths, and Britain with 41,683 deaths.
And more than 27,000,000 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed around the world.