Covid-19 Death toll has risen to 4.1 million, 174.1 million recovered Worldwide

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The number of deaths due to Covid-19 infection has crossed 4.1 million worldwide.

In the last 24 hours, 6,684 people have died and the number of deaths due to the infection has reached 4.15 million.

Although the ongoing vaccination campaign around the world has brought some reduction in epidemic control and mortality after the development of vaccines, the epidemic has not been brought under control yet due to the lack of uniform distribution of vaccines.

The infection is now almost under control in the United States, once the world’s most affected by the majority of citizens being vaccinated. 

At present, an average of 10,000 people are infected daily and up to 30-35 people die. 

So far, 624,746 people have died in the United States.

Similarly, 542,262 people have died in Brazil. The infection has also declined in India, the country most affected by the second wave. 

In India, where up to 400,000 people are infected daily earlier, an average of 35,000 people are infected daily at current times.

However, experts warn that the danger of a third wave is high. 

As many as 414,141 infected people have died in India till Monday morning.

Similarly, 148,414 people have died in Russia, 128,708 in the United Kingdom, 111,472 in France, and 127,867 in Italy.

Around 440,574 people have been infected worldwide in the last 24 hours. In the same period, the number of those free from infection is 333,045. 

According to the latest figures, the number of transition winners worldwide is more than 174.148 million.

As of this writing, the number of infected people worldwide has reached 191.94 million.

The number of actively infected people living in-home and institutional isolation is 129.41 million. 

Of these, 80,530 are in critical condition, according to World Meters.

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