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Global COVID-19 cases top 10 million with almost 190,000 new cases each day Updated: 2020-06-29 17:03:02 KST

The number of total COVID-19 cases worldwide has exceeded 10 million.
According to the latest data by Johns Hopkins University, the global number of confirmed cases as of Monday is more than 10-million-100-thousand.
And the global death toll has topped half-a-million.
By country, the U.S. has been hit hardest, with the most reported cases and the highest death toll.
The country now has more than 2.5-million confirmed cases and one-hundred-25-thousand deaths.
Brazil has become the second worst-affected country after a rapid surge in both confirmed cases and deaths.
It is seeing more than 30,000 new cases a day, and its total number of cases has surpassed 1.3 million.
The rate of new cases being reported around the world is accelerating, with the World Health Organization reporting a record almost 190-thousand cases on Sunday alone.
That figure comes only two days after the previous record, which was around 180-thousand cases.
Around 62-percent of the cases on Sunday were from the Americas, with 13-percent from South East Asia and around 9-percent from Europe.
Kim Sung-min, Arirang News.
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