Russia Overtakes Spain On Total Coronavirus Cases Now

Update on Russia and Spain’s Total Coronavirus Cases Amid Global Pandemic

RUSSIA – The total coronavirus cases in the European country has exceeded the records of Spain now.

A health crisis is affecting more than 200 countries and territories across the globe now. It is due to the COVID-19, a coronavirus that was first recorded in China last December 2019.

COVID-19 left Wuhan City in Hubei province under an outbreak. It was locked down for more than two (2) months because of the disease that has claimed at least 4,000 lives in China.

The said coronavirus bear symptoms that are similar to flu. A patient may experience fever, cough, and breathing difficulties or may also show no symptoms at all – asymptomatic case.

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Based on a tally of Worldometer, the total coronavirus cases in the world now is at 4,797,987. The said disease has claimed 316,507 worldwide and 1,855,066 patients have recovered from it.

One of the countries tightly monitored recently is Russia. It was after the said European country recorded more than 10,000 new cases of COVID-19 daily causing a continuous spike on its total coronavirus cases. Recently, it has exceeded Spain.

Spain was previously on the 2nd spot in terms of the total coronavirus cases. Currently, it has recorded a total of 277,719 COVID-19 cases; 27,650 deaths; and 195,945 recoveries.

Based on the tally, overtaking Spain and landing on the 2nd spot, Russia’s total coronavirus cases is now at 281,752. Meanwhile, its death toll is one of the smallest as compared to its huge number of cases. 2,631 people died of COVID-19 in the European country while 67,373 have recovered.

As of this writing, most countries and territories across the globe are still having a tight eye on the move to curb the spread of COVID-19. It can easily spread in a crowd that is why mass gatherings are prohibited in most nations now.

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