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In pics: A look at global coronavirus pandemic as cases surpass 10 crore-mark

Updated : January 27, 2021 06:26 PM IST

Global coronavirus cases surpassed 10 crore on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally, as countries around the world struggle with new virus variants and vaccine shortfalls.

As coronavirus cases worldwide surpass the 10 crore-mark on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally. Countries around the world are trying to find ways to bring life back to normal even as they are struggling with new virus variants and the shortage of vaccines. Here's a look at the recent images of from around the world, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (Image: Reuters)
As coronavirus cases worldwide surpass the 10 crore-mark on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally. Countries around the world are trying to find ways to bring life back to normal even as they are struggling with new virus variants and the shortage of vaccines. Here's a look at the recent images of from around the world, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (Image: Reuters)
Almost 1.3% of the world's population has now been infected with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, and more than 2.1 million people have died. Pictured -- A woman walks past a coronavirus-themed mural honouring health workers in Tangerang, Indonesia. (Image: AP Photo)
Almost 1.3% of the world's population has now been infected with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, and more than 2.1 million people have died. Pictured -- A woman walks past a coronavirus-themed mural honouring health workers in Tangerang, Indonesia. (Image: AP Photo)
On average, one person is contracting the virus every 7.7 seconds across the globe, since the start of the year. Around 668,250 cases have been reported each day over the same period, and the global fatality rate stands at 2.15 percent. Pictured -- Soldiers from the Royal Thai Army Chemical Department prepare to spray disinfectant as a precaution against coronavirus at Bang Bua school in Bangkok. (Image: AP Photo)
On average, one person is contracting the virus every 7.7 seconds across the globe, since the start of the year. Around 668,250 cases have been reported each day over the same period, and the global fatality rate stands at 2.15 percent. Pictured -- Soldiers from the Royal Thai Army Chemical Department prepare to spray disinfectant as a precaution against coronavirus at Bang Bua school in Bangkok. (Image: AP Photo)
The United States continues to be the most affected country with 25.4 million cases as of January 27. Pictured -- A protective suit lies on the ground at a burial area provided by the government for victims of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at the Srengseng Sawah cemetery complex, in Jakarta. (Image: Reuters)
The United States continues to be the most affected country with 25.4 million cases as of January 27. Pictured -- A protective suit lies on the ground at a burial area provided by the government for victims of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at the Srengseng Sawah cemetery complex, in Jakarta. (Image: Reuters)
India has the second-most infections around the world at 10.6 million, followed by Brazil at 8.9 million. The US, India, Brazil, Russia and the UK – make up more than half all reported COVID-19 cases, but represent 28 percent of the global population. Pictured -- Kelvia Andrea Goncalves, 16, is supported by her aunt Vanderleia dos Reis Brasao, 37, as she reacts during the burial of her mother Andrea dos Reis Brasao, 39, who passed away due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Delphina Aziz hospital, at the Parque Taruma cemetery in Manaus, Brazil. (Image: Reuters)
India has the second-most infections around the world at 10.6 million, followed by Brazil at 8.9 million. The US, India, Brazil, Russia and the UK – make up more than half all reported COVID-19 cases, but represent 28 percent of the global population. Pictured -- Kelvia Andrea Goncalves, 16, is supported by her aunt Vanderleia dos Reis Brasao, 37, as she reacts during the burial of her mother Andrea dos Reis Brasao, 39, who passed away due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Delphina Aziz hospital, at the Parque Taruma cemetery in Manaus, Brazil. (Image: Reuters)
Around 56 countries have begun vaccinating people for the coronavirus, administering at least 64 million doses. Israel leads the list on per capita vaccinations, inoculating 29 percent of its population with at least one dose. Pictured -- Health workers are seen in protective gear inside a locked-down portion of the Jordan residential area to contain a new outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Hong Kong. (Image: Reuters)
Around 56 countries have begun vaccinating people for the coronavirus, administering at least 64 million doses. Israel leads the list on per capita vaccinations, inoculating 29 percent of its population with at least one dose. Pictured -- Health workers are seen in protective gear inside a locked-down portion of the Jordan residential area to contain a new outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Hong Kong. (Image: Reuters)
According to Johns Hopkins University, as of January 15, the official global death toll from the coronavirus pandemic surpassed 2 million. Pictured -- Passengers wearing masks and face shields for protection against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) sit between plastic barriers inside a jeepney in Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines. (Image: Reuters)
According to Johns Hopkins University, as of January 15, the official global death toll from the coronavirus pandemic surpassed 2 million. Pictured -- Passengers wearing masks and face shields for protection against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) sit between plastic barriers inside a jeepney in Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines. (Image: Reuters)
With the world's population at some 7.67 billion, as per latest World Bank figures, the global case tally suggests that about one in every 76 people has contracted the virus. Pictured -- A woman wearing a face mask is in Shanghai, China, following the coronavirus outbreak. (Image: Reuters)
With the world's population at some 7.67 billion, as per latest World Bank figures, the global case tally suggests that about one in every 76 people has contracted the virus. Pictured -- A woman wearing a face mask is in Shanghai, China, following the coronavirus outbreak. (Image: Reuters)
Published : January 27, 2021 06:26 PM IST
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