News Covid-19 kills nearly 300,000 patients worldwide; cases over 4...

Covid-19 kills nearly 300,000 patients worldwide; cases over 4 million


As of May 12, the total deaths due to Covid-19 complications is now 291,837.

According to John Hopkins University, the global Covid-19 deaths surpass 290,000 deaths worldwide since hospitals actively records patient’s deaths.

Meanwhile, in data uncovered on, the total number of Covid-19 cases across the world is now 4,327,353 as of May 12, 2020.

Out of more than four million cases, only 1,571,354 patients have recovered from the virus.

See the figures below:

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