So far, more than 3,401,200 people have been affected by Covid-19 around the world
As panic of coronavirus infection is gripping the world day by day, the global death toll from the Covid-19 pandemic crossed 239,600 as of Saturday morning.
Since it was first reported in China in late December last year, the novel coronavirus has infected more than 3,401,200 people around the world, according to worldometer.
Of them, over 2,079,900 are currently being treated and more than 51,350 among them are in serious or critical condition.
So far, 1,081,600 people have recovered from Covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
The World Health Organization (WHO) had declared the novel coronavirus crisis a pandemic on March 11.
Until May 1, Bangladesh confirmed 174 deaths and 8,238 coronavirus cases, according to the country’s health authorities.
Meanwhile, until Saturday morning, the United States confirmed nearly 65,800 deaths — highest in a country around the world — and more than 1,131,400 cases; while Spain reported over 24,800 deaths and nearly 243,000 cases.
Italy, the worst-hit European country, has so far recorded 28,236 deaths and over 207,400 cases.
France, on the other hand, has reported 24,594 deaths and 167,346 cases until Saturday morning.
In the United Kingdom, authorities have reported 27,510 deaths among 177, 454 confirmed cases.
According to worldometer, Covid-19 is currently affecting 212 countries and territories around the world and two international conveyances.