Worldwide Covid-19 Statistics

16 Oct 2021, 1:42 AM (GMT)
240,823,577 Total
4,904,650 Deaths
218,076,826 Recovered

United States Covid-19 Statistics

Country With Highest Rate Of Deaths

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16 Oct 2021, 2:53 AM (GMT)

Italy Covid-19 Update

4,712,482 Total Cases
131,503 Death Cases
4,502,457 Recovered

World Wide Statistics

CountryConfirmedRecoveredDeath
us - Covid O Meter United States45,738,585
35,304,097
743,880
N/A
in - Covid O Meter India34,052,687
33,392,353
452,010
N/A
br - Covid O Meter Brazil21,627,476
20,773,826
602,727
N/A
gb - Covid O Meter United Kingdom8,361,651
6,839,129
138,379
N/A
ru - Covid O Meter Russian Federation7,925,176
6,960,024
221,313
N/A
tr - Covid O Meter Turkey7,601,626
7,039,752
67,225
N/A
fr - Covid O Meter France7,080,375
6,872,368
117,245
N/A
ir - Covid O Meter Iran, Islamic Republic of5,765,904
5,294,981
123,695
N/A
ar - Covid O Meter Argentina5,271,361
5,137,618
115,660
N/A
es - Covid O Meter Spain4,984,386
4,825,794
86,974
N/A
cvct world - Covid O MeterWorldwide240,823,577
20393
218,076,826
19552
4,904,650
549
16 Oct 2021, 2:53 AM (GMT)

Covid-19 High Level Summary

Currently we have detected 240,823,577+ total Corona Virus cases worldwide.

Current recovery rate is 90.6%, as 218,076,826 patients have recovered out of total 240,823,577+ covid-19 cases.

Unfortunately, 4,904,650+ people have died due to this virus infection, mortality rate in currently 2.0% around the world.

17,842,101+ cases are still active, that represents 7.4% 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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