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Coronavirus cases top 30 million worldwide

Global coronavirus cases topped 30 million with 944,000 deaths, with the U.S., India, Brazil and Russia accounting for about half of the pandemic.

Global coronavirus cases surged past 30 million with 944,000 deaths on Thursday, a grim milestone showing four nations — the United States, India, Brazil and Russia — account for about half of the pandemic.

The infection rate rose to 3,866 per 1 million people globally, with 20.4 million people recovered from COVID-19, according to Johns Hopkins University and Google data trackers.

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