WorldConfirmed: 623,221,355Active: 13,586,834Recovered: 603,084,630Death: 6,549,891
USAConfirmed: 98,248,623Active: 2,050,405Recovered: 95,113,327Death: 1,084,891
IndiaConfirmed: 44,592,289Active: 39,470Recovered: 44,024,164Death: 528,655
GermanyConfirmed: 33,386,229Active: 908,965Recovered: 32,327,200Death: 150,064
ItalyConfirmed: 22,500,346Active: 456,149Recovered: 21,867,067Death: 177,130
TurkeyConfirmed: 16,873,793Active: 12,236Recovered: 16,760,418Death: 101,139
IranConfirmed: 7,549,186Active: 78,795Recovered: 7,325,962Death: 144,429
ChileConfirmed: 4,627,923Active: 15,229Recovered: 4,551,516Death: 61,178
PeruConfirmed: 4,144,416Active: 11,729Recovered: 3,916,112Death: 216,575
BangladeshConfirmed: 2,025,677Active: 30,678Recovered: 1,965,631Death: 29,368
PakistanConfirmed: 1,572,673Active: 4,242Recovered: 1,537,813Death: 30,618
Saudi ArabiaConfirmed: 816,575Active: 3,528Recovered: 803,694Death: 9,353
ChinaConfirmed: 250,800Active: 2,945Recovered: 242,629Death: 5,226
WHO SAID THAT!
– Pervez Musharraf, - Arif Alvi, - Sheikh Hasina, - Liz Truss, - Zhou Xun,
former President of Pakistan.
President of Pakistan
Prime Minister of Bangladesh.
Prime Minister of Britain.
– Pervez Musharraf,
- Arif Alvi,
- Sheikh Hasina,
- Liz Truss,
- Zhou Xun,
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