Australia Covid caseload crosses 2 lakh Mark

Canberra: Australia's overall Covid caseload surpassed 200,000 on Tuesday,  November 23, as the country continues to battle the pandemic's third wave. According to sources, the country's infection total now stands at 200,651, with over 1,000 new cases reported in the last 24 hours.

During the same time period, 21 more people died from the virus, bringing the total death toll to 1,968, the highest single-day figure since October. According to the latest data given by the Department of Health, 91.7 percent of Australians aged 16 and up have had one vaccine dosage and 85.5 percent have been fully vaccinated.

The UK (9,941,704), Russia (9,205,431), Turkey (8,598,380), France (7,611,366), Iran (6,077,438), Germany (5,418,774), Argentina (5,315,989), Spain (5,096,538), and Colombia (5,050,255) are the other nations with over 5 million cases, according to the CSSE numbers. Mexico (292,471), Russia (260,319), Peru (200,866), the United Kingdom (144,414), Indonesia (143,744), Italy (133,247), Iran (128,956), Colombia (128,138), France (120,853), and Argentina (120,853) are among the countries with over 100,000 deaths (116,382).

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