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Over 4 million COVID-19 cases reported in Brazil

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The COVID-19 caseload of Brazil overshot the 4 million blemish on Thursday, with 43,773 new cases and 834 passings announced in the previous 24 hours.

As indicated by the health ministry Brazil has enlisted 4,041,638 cases of the infection since the pandemic started.

The official loss of life from COVID-19 has risen to 124,614, on the planet’s most exceedingly terrible Covid flare-up outside the United States.

In the United States, over 6.3 million cases were affirmed by Thursday.

The death toll has also reached 190,959, according to data supplied by worldometers.info.

India, which holds the third worst virus record, registered 3,933,124 on Thursday, with 84,156 new cases.

The death toll is now 68,569.

Globally, 26,441,490 cases of the virus have been reported.

The number of fatalities is 872,164, while the recoveries stand at 18,634,171.

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