A woman wearing a mask walks on a street in Brussels, Belgium, November 8, 2020. [Photo / Xinhua]

GENEVA - The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide has exceeded 50 million, figures on Monday, the world health Organization (WHO) showed.

a board which showed that globally, from 10:45 CET (0945 GMT) on Monday, a total of 50,030,121 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 1,252,072 deaths, had been reported the health agency UN.

the rate of COVID-19 pandemic continued to collect. It took only 20 days to WHO figures to spend 40 million cases worldwide - reported on October 20 - 50 million

The figures on Monday showed that the US remains on top in both cases and confirmed. deaths, reports 9,763,730 COVID-19 cases and 235.562 deaths, followed by India and Brazil, which have reported confirmed cases 8,553,657 and 5,653,561, respectively, 126.611 and 162.269 including deaths per country.

After the three first confirmed cases are Russia, with 1,774,334 cases, France, with 1,714,361 cases, Spain with 1,328,832 cases, Argentina with 1,236,851 cases, Britain with 1,171,445 cases, Colombia with 1,136,447 cases, Mexico with 961.938 cases.

in the list of death tolls after the first three are Mexico with 94.808 cases, Britain with 48.888 cases, Italy with 41.063 cases, France with 39.849 cases, Spain with 38.833 cases, Iran with 38.291 cases, and Peru with 34,840 cases.

according to the regional offices of WHO for the Americas remain the most affected by COVID-19, a total of 21,730,622 confirmed cases and 659.080 deaths, followed by Europe area where there have been 13135548 311.336 confirmed cases and deaths.

As the world is struggling to contain the pandemic, countries like Germany, France, China, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States are in a race to find a vaccine.

according to the WHO website, from November 3 there were 202 COVID- 19 candidate vaccines are being developed worldwide, and 47 of them were in clinical trials.

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