Coronavirus cases surpass 6.27 million in the world

Coronavirus cases surpass 6.27 million in the world

Coronavirus cases have surpassd 6.27 million in the world according to data from Johns Hopkins University

Coronavirus cases have surpassd 6.27 million in the world according to data from Johns Hopkins University. More than 375,500 people have died, including more than 105,000 in the US. At least 2.7 million have recovered from the disease.

However, Africa's coronavirus cases have surpassed 150,000 while more than 4,300 deaths have been confirmed across the continent.

Throughout January, the WHO publicly praised China for its response, but behind the scenes, there was growing frustration over not getting the information to fight the virus.

Millions of people in Yemen are at risk from a "tragedy" fuelled by the coronavirus, an international UN-backed pledging conference is expected to hear on Tuesday.