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144,340,012
Confirmed
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122,735,189
Recovered
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3,069,190
Deaths
Updated on April 21, 2021 9:52 pm

Global Statistics

All countries
144,340,012
Confirmed
Updated on April 21, 2021 9:52 pm
All countries
122,735,189
Recovered
Updated on April 21, 2021 9:52 pm
All countries
3,069,190
Deaths
Updated on April 21, 2021 9:52 pm
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Surprising number of pregnant women at NYC hospitals test positive for COVID-19

A surprising number of pregnant women delivering babies at two New York City hospitals tested positive for COVID-19 without showing symptoms, according to a new study. The findings suggest that the true rate of COVID-19 infection in the city overall could be…

Oxford University scientists starting human trials for virus vaccine next week

Oxford University scientists are to commence human trials next week for a coronavirus vaccine. According to the Daily Mail on Wednesday, 510 people, between the ages of 18 and 55, have been recruited to take part in the trial. The subjects will receive eith…

NJSP: Driver Clocked At 130 MPH On Route 80 Claims To Have Coronavirus Symptoms

A driver clocked at over 130 miles an hour on Route 80 sped off from State Police before surrendering at the Totowa barracks, telling them he was experiencing coronavirus-like symptoms, authorities said. Trooper who followed Christopher Ospina, 20, of Haledo…

Report: Promising results of social distancing to slow spread of COVID-19; Health officials stress importance of continued measures

Story Public policies on social distancing correlated with mobility reductions Newly published findings suggest the spread of COVID-19 slowing is good news, and health officials stress that continuing social distancing guidelines is the most-effective way t…

Obesity may make a coronavirus infection worse

Americas obesity epidemic appears to be making the coronavirus outbreak more dangerous and potentially more deadly in the United States, new research suggests. For younger and middle-aged adults in particular, carrying excess weight may significantly boost th…
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