40 Million Coronavirus Cases Are Now Reported Worldwide

More than 40 million coronavirus infections have now been reported worldwide. Here, a staff member at a school in Moscow uses an infrared thermometer on Monday to screen students. Source: Sergei Fadeichev

The world hit a new benchmark in the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday, surpassing 40 million coronavirus infections, according to data compiled by . With the flu season looming, the rate of new cases in the U.S. and

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