Global Covid-19 cases topped 100 million Tuesday as virus mutations continue to create new concerns, according to a tally from Johns Hopkins University.
The milestone comes less than three months after the world hit 50 million cases, and just over a year after the first case was diagnosed in the U.S.
The U.S. remains the leader in recorded cases of the coronavirus with more than 25 million infections. India ranks second with more than 10.5 million cases, and Brazil third with almost nine million, according to John Hopkins. Read more…..
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