France & Germany reports highest cases of COVID-19


According to Johns Hopkins University, the global coronavirus caseload has topped 486.8 million, while deaths have exceeded 6.13 million and vaccinations have exceeded 10.94 billion.

In its latest update on Thursday morning, the university’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed that the current global caseload and death toll stood at 486,825,657 and 6,138,196, respectively, while the total number of vaccines administered has risen to 10,940,554,136.


Meanwhile, according to the COVID-19 tracker Worldometer, there are several countries that are still reporting a massive amount of cases.

Check out the list below:

South Korea – 424,528, Germany – 267,367, France – 169,024 Vietnam – 85,765, Italy – 77,621 Australia – 67,379, Japan – 41,473.

In terms of total numbers, the US continues to be the worst-hit country in the world with the highest number of cases and deaths at 80,057,126 and 979,870.

Other countries with more than 10 million cases are Brazil (29,920,604), France (25,633,476), UK (21,234,719), Germany (21,142,217), Russia (17,564,186), Turkey (14,846,224), Italy (14,575,548), South Korea (13,095,631) and Spain ( 11,508,309), show CSSE figures.

The nations with a death toll of over 100,000 are Brazil (659,769), India (521,101), Russia (361,014), Mexico (322,845), Peru (212,179), the UK (165,782), Italy (159,221), Indonesia (155,000), France (143,168), Iran (140,158), Colombia (139,595), Germany (129,405), Argentina (127,997), Poland (115,040), Ukraine (112,459) and Spain (102,218).


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