: Coronavirus tally: Global cases of top 190.5 million as Indonesia's daily tally passes Brazil #FinanceUSA #StockMarketNEWS The global tally for the coronavirus-borne illness climbed above 190.5 million
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Coronavirus tally: Global cases of top 190.5 million as Indonesia's daily tally passes Brazil #FinanceUSA #StockMarketNEWS
The global tally for the coronavirus-borne illness climbed above 190.5 million on Monday, while the death toll climbed above 4.09 million, according to data aggregated by Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. leads the world with a total of 34 million cases and in deaths with 609,021 as the highly infectious delta variant continues to spread fast, especially in states with low vaccination rates. Indonesia continues to struggle with a ferocious outbreak of the delta variant that sent its one-day case tally to 44,721 on Sunday with 1,093 fatalities, as Reuters reported. That makes the nation of about 170 million the country with the worst case numbers at present.
India is closing in on the U.S. in cases at 31 million but is third in deaths at 414,108, while Brazil is second in deaths at 542,214 but is third in cases at 19.4 million. Mexico has fourth-highest death toll at 236,331 but has recorded just 2.6 million cases, according to its official numbers. In Europe, Russia continues to pull ahead of the U.K. by deaths at 146,686, while the U.K. has 128,988 making Russia the country with the fifth-highest death toll in the world and highest in Europe. The U.K. fully reopened its economy on Monday against the advice of healthcare experts, who are concerned at the continued rapid spread of cases there that is forcing many to isolate and quarantine. Prime Minister Boris Johnson joined their ranks on Monday, after an app alerted him that he had been exposed to COVID after the UK health secretary tested positive.