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2020-04-05 12:48:24 BdST

CoronavirusGlobal death toll climbs to 64,743


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The global death toll of coronavirus has climbed to 64,743 till Sunday.

A total of 1,203,058 people have affected and 246,703 people have recovered worldwide in the disease, worldometer reported.

A total of 206 countries and territories and two international conveyances: the Diamond Princess cruise ship harbored in Yokohama, Japan, and the Holland America's MS Zaandam cruise ship, have been affected in the deadly disease.

Affected countries of UN Security Council:

In USA, 311,635 people have affected in the disease. Of them, 8,454 people have died and 14,825 people have recovered.

In China, 81,669 people have affected in the disease. Of them, 3,329 people have died and 76,964 have recovered.

In UK, 41,903 people have affected in the disease. Of them, 4,313 people died and 135 people have recovered.

In France, 89,953 people have affected in the disease. Of them, 7,560 patients have died and 15,438 patients have recovered.

In Russia, 4,731 people have affected in the coronavirus (Covid-19). Of them, 43 people have died and 333 people have recovered.

Other affected countries:

In Italy, 124,632 people have affected in the disease. Of them, 15,362 people have died and 20,996 people have recovered.

In Spain, 126,168 people have affected in the disease. Of them, 11,947 have died and 34,219 people have recovered.

In Canada, 14,018 people have affected in the Covid-19 disease. Of them, 233 patients have diedand 2,603 people have recovered.

In Iran, 55,743 people have affected in the coronavirus. Of them, 3,452 patients died and 19,736 patients have recovered.

In Bangladesh, 70 people have affected in the coronavirus. Of them, eight patients died and 30 patients have recovered from the virus. Active cases are 32.

In Saudi Arabia, 2,370 people have affected in the virus. Of them, 29 patients died and 420 have recovered.

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