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LOOK: Philippine Curve Not Flattening; World Virus Cases Top 15 Million

The numbers don't lie.
by The Associated Press
Jul 23, 2020
Health workers collect blood samples inside a jeepney bus at a free COVID-19 drive-thru testing facility in Manila, Philippines on Monday, July 20, 2020.
Photo/s: Aaron Favila/Associated Press

The number of people confirmed to be infected worldwide passed a staggering 15 million, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. leads the world in cases as well as deaths, which have exceeded 142,000.

This digital embed tracks the overall number of reported cases in the Asia Pacific region over time. 

This chart will update automatically throughout each day. 

Source: Johns Hopkins University.

Coronavirus cases are spreading rapidly around the world. This digital embed tracks the top countries which have the highest number of reported cases over time. This chart will update automatically throughout each day.

Source: Johns Hopkins University.

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