Coronavirus Live Update: Global COVID-19 Cases Cross Past 9 Million

Coronavirus Live Update: Global COVID-19 Cases Cross Past 9 Million

Coronavirus Cases Updates: Delhi recorded 2,909 fresh cases on Monday (Representational)New Delhi: More than nine million people have now been infected with the coronavirus worldwide, according to an AFP tally drawing on official sources, as of Monday 1520 GMT. More than half of the 9,000,091 cases are in Europe and the United States: Europe having recorded 2,537,451 and the United States 2,281,903. The number of cases worldwide has doubled since May 16 and more than a million new cases have been recorded in the past seven days. The official figures nevertheless reflect only a fraction of the true number, as many countries only test serious cases.On Monday, India reported 4.25 lakh coronavirus cases. The spike in cases has taken the country's tally to 4,25,282 while the death count rose to 13,699, according to the Union Health Ministry data this morning. 14,821 fresh cases were reported in the last 24 hours. However, there has been a steady improvement in the recovery rate with 55.77 per cent of the COVID-19 patients being declared virus-free. The number of recoveries stood at 2,37,196. Delhi has overtaken Tamil Nadu to become the state with the second highest number of coronavirus cases in the country after Maharashtra. Here are the Updates on Coronavirus Pandemic:Jun 23, 2020 07:53 (IST)Coronavirus news: Uttarakhand man gets COVID +ve text on train, 20 passengers quarantinedOver 20 passengers of the Dehradun Jan Shatabdi Express have been quarantined after a co-passenger received a text message, while still on board the train on Sunday, that his COVID-19 test has returned positive, officials said, reports PTIJun 23, 2020 07:52 (IST)Coronavirus news: 20 transformers to power world's largest COVID facility in DelhiAn extensive infrastructure capable of withstanding an 18-MW load and comprising 22 km of underground cables and 20 transformers will power the COVID-19 quarantine facility of 10,000 beds at the Radha Soami spiritual centre in South Delhi, touted to be the largest in the world, a BRPL spokesperson said on Monday. Read Here