India’s rising coronavirus infections make it the second-worst hit country
BENGALURU (INDIA) – India’s coronavirus infections crossed 4.2 million on Monday overtaking Brazil to become the second-worst hit country.
With a total of 4,204,613 infections, India has 70,000 more cases than Brazil, which will post its most recent numbers later on Monday.
The United States, with more than 6 million cases, remains the worst-affected country.
However, deaths in India have been comparatively low so far, but it has posted more than 1,000 deaths for each of the last five days.
On Monday, India’s health ministry said 1,016 people died of COVID-19, taking total mortalities to 71,642.