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  World   Europe  28 Mar 2020  Virus cases climb to 600,000 globally, 27,000 fatalities reported

Virus cases climb to 600,000 globally, 27,000 fatalities reported

AFP
Published : Mar 28, 2020, 5:29 pm IST
Updated : Mar 28, 2020, 5:29 pm IST

There are 605,010 cases of infection with 27,982 deaths in 183 countries and territories

Medical workers wearing protective gears treat a patient infected with the COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the intensive care unit of the Erasme Hospital in Brussels
 Medical workers wearing protective gears treat a patient infected with the COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the intensive care unit of the Erasme Hospital in Brussels

Paris: More than 600,000 cases of the new coronavirus have been officially recorded around the world since the outbreak of the epidemic, according to an AFP tally at 1045 GMT on Saturday.

There were 605,010 cases of infection with 27,982 deaths in 183 countries and territories.

The United States had 104,837 cases of which 1,711 were fatal. Italy had the highest number of deaths at 9,134 and a total of 86,498 cases.

China, the epicentre of the outbreak, had 81,394 cases and 3,295 deaths.

The figures represent only a fraction of the number of infections as many countries only carry out tests on suspected cases if they are hospitalised.

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