Coronavirus has hit 10 million cases across the globe, as the pandemic continues to spread across the world.
According to data compiled by John Hopkins University the rate of infections reached ten million today.
The pandemic has escalated significantly in recent weeks, with a surge in cases across the United States, Latin America, Africa and India.
It’s been 180 days since the first case was reported in Wuhan, China.
Cases have been recorded in some 210 countries and territories in that time.
The rate the virus is spreading is still increasing.
It took 45 days for the world to increase from two million cases to six million.
It took just 28 days to climb another four million.
If the virus doesn’t slow down, the world will reach 20 million cases by September.
The Sydney News Authors