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Lille: Medical personnel demonstrate against the government's politics, Tuesday, June 16, 2020 in Lille, northern France. French hospital workers and others are protesting in cities around the country to demand better pay and more investment in France's public hospital system, which is considered among the world's best but struggled to handle a flux of virus patients after years of cost cuts. France has seen nearly 30,000 virus deaths. AP/PTI(AP16-06-2020_000205B)

COVID19 cases cross 87 lakhs globally; death toll rises to over 4.6 Lakh

NEW DELHI;21/6/20: Global confirmed COVID-19 cases have crossed 87 lakhs and the death toll rose to 4 lakh 61 thousand 206. According to Johns Hopkins University, 87 lakh 16 thousand 985 cases of novel coronavirus have been reported across the world.

The US has suffered the most from the pandemic, with 22 lakh 38 thousand 65 cases and one lakh 19 thousand 342 deaths.

Brazil’s total cases have surpassed 10-lakh, only second to the US caseload. Other countries with over two lakh cases include Russia, India, Britain, Spain, Peru, Italy, Chile and Iran.

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