Number of European Coronavirus Cases Now Above A Quarter of A Million

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The number of European Coronavirus Cases Now Above A Quarter of A Million. The number of people infected with the coronavirus in Europe rose to more than 250,000 on Thursday.

 

More than half of those cases are in Italy (74,000) and Spain (56,000), according to figures from the World Health Organization WHO.

Europe is the region with the highest number of cases worldwide: 258,000. The death toll in Europe stands at 14,640. Here, too, Italy and Spain are the most affected countries.

Asia is the hardest hit after Europe. There, 101,000 people have been infected with the coronavirus, and more than 3,600 people have died.

Worldwide, the number of infections is just over 481,000 and 21,800 deaths in 182 countries.

However, the WHO believes that the actual numbers are higher because, in many countries, only people with serious complaints are tested.

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