Current Figures of COVID-19 around the world 14:00 March 26 / Graph=Newsphopick Hani Na
[Newsphopick=Hani Na] UN chief António Guterres said the Covid-19 is "menacing the whole of humanity," as the number of global cases surged past 470,000 and the death toll neared 21,000 early Thursday.
Governments around the world are trying to curb the health and financial impacts of Covid-19. In the U.S., the Senate passed a $2 trillion stimulus bill just before midnight, as the country's death toll from the virus topped 1,000 and infection numbers jumped to 68,000, per Johns Hopkins data.
Italy has the largest number of confirmed cases in Europe, with a total of 74,386 confirmed cases and 7,503 deaths. The number of confirmed cases in Italy has increased sharply. The death toll is 10.1%.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) real-time status at 14 pm on March 26, 2020, there are currently 471,501 cumulative confirmed coroners worldwide.
The death toll is 21,298, up 1,535 people from the day before. The complete cure was 114,657, an increase of 2,573.
The number of confirmed patients in 31 regions in China is 81,290, and the death toll is 3,287.
Next, U.S.A's 68,421 up 13,340 from the previous day, with 1,032 deaths and Spain confirmed 49,515 up 1,905 from the previous day.
Germany followed with 37,323 confirmed cases.
Iran recorded 27,017 confirmed cases. There are 9,625 complete cures and 2,077 deaths.
Next is France, recorded 25,233 confirmed cases. 9,241 confirmed cases in South Korea, 10,897 in Switzerland and 9,529 in U.K.