Worldwide coronavirus deaths exceed 15,000

March 23 (Reuters) - More than 351,300 people have been infected by the novel coronavirus across the world and 15,339 have died, according to a Reuters tally. Infections have been reported by 192 countries outside China.

Reuters March 24, 2020 00:16:01 IST
Worldwide coronavirus deaths exceed 15,000

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March 23 (Reuters) - More than 351,300 people have been infected by the novel coronavirus across the world and 15,339 have died, according to a Reuters tally.

Infections have been reported by 192 countries outside China.

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Source: Reuters tally based on statements from health ministries and government officials

((Compiled by Vishwadha Chander, Mrinalika Roy, Milla Nissi and Catherine Cadell; Editing by Frances Kerry, Andrew Cawthorne and Saumyadeb Chakrabarty))

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