Global Coronavirus Cases Reach New Peak, Driven by India and South America
Worldwide, the number of new coronavirus cases has shot upward since the beginning of March, more than doubling in two months. For the past two weeks, new global cases have exceeded their previous high point in early January. The average daily rate of new cases has now been above 800,000 for more than a week.
The global surges are led by India & S. America. India now accounts for >40% of the world's cases.