Worldwide Covid-19 Statistics

28 Oct 2020, 8:57 AM (GMT)
44,653,255 Total
1,177,076 Deaths
32,623,871 Recovered

United States Covid-19 Statistics

Country With Highest Rate Of Deaths

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28 Oct 2020, 8:58 AM (GMT)

Italy Covid-19 Update

589,766 Total Cases
37,905 Death Cases
275,404 Recovered

World Wide Statistics

CountryConfirmedRecoveredDeath
us - Covid O Meter United States9,094,603
56549
5,906,052
28081
232,802
717
in - Covid O Meter India8,034,702
45849
7,309,532
52338
120,524
470
br - Covid O Meter Brazil5,445,475
4572
4,904,046
158,101
120
ru - Covid O Meter Russian Federation1,563,976
16202
1,171,301
12361
26,935
346
fr - Covid O Meter France1,235,132
36437
113,977
1261
35,785
244
es - Covid O Meter Spain1,194,681
19765
N/A
35,466
168
ar - Covid O Meter Argentina1,116,609
921,344
29,730
N/A
co - Covid O Meter Colombia1,033,218
932,882
30,565
N/A
gb - Covid O Meter United Kingdom942,275
24701
N/A
45,675
310
mx - Covid O Meter Mexico901,268
5942
659,473
4355
89,814
643
cvct world - Covid O MeterWorldwide44,653,255
416191
32,623,871
181168
1,177,076
5651
28 Oct 2020, 8:54 AM (GMT)

Covid-19 High Level Summary

Currently we have detected 44,653,255+ total Corona Virus cases worldwide.

Current recovery rate is 73.1%, as 32,623,871 patients have recovered out of total 44,653,255+ covid-19 cases.

Unfortunately, 1,177,076+ people have died due to this virus infection, mortality rate in currently 2.6% around the world.

10,852,308+ cases are still active, that represents 24.3% of the total number of cases detected worldwide.

How To Protect From Covid-19

  • Stay Home As Much You Can
  • Keep a safe distance
  • Wash hands often
  • Cover your cough
  • Sick ? Call ahead

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