up Trending now Covid-19

Results for johns hopkins university

Add to feed Create your own feed

Latest

More than 20 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed worldwide as of Aug. 10, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University's Center for Systems Science and Engineering. (1/x)

#FactCheck : Daniel Salmon, the director of the Institute for Vaccine Safety at Johns Hopkins University, called the Russian vaccine “scary” and “really risky” #AFWAFactCheck  #Russia  #CovidVaccine 

Latest count of confirmed #COVID19  cases worldwide at 1000 GMT, Aug. 12: Johns Hopkins University World: 20,307,862 U.S.: 5,141,208 Brazil: 3,057,470 India: 2,329,638 Russia: 900,745 South Africa: 566,109 Mexico: 492,522 Peru: 489,680 Colombia: 410,453 Chile: 376,616

“‘I think it’s really scary. It’s really risky,’ said Daniel Salmon, the director of the Institute for Vaccine Safety at Johns Hopkins University.” (via @nytimes ) #Covid19 

UPDATE: Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide surpasses 20.2 mln - Johns Hopkins University#SputnikUpdates 

Latest count of #COVID19  cases in hardest-hit countries at 0000 GMT, Aug. 12: Johns Hopkins University World 20,188,678 U.S. 5,138,850 Brazil 3,057,470 India 2,268,675 Russia 895,691 S. Africa 566,109 Mexico 485,836 Peru 483,133 Colombia 397,623 Chile 376,616 Iran 331,189

The worldwide count of known COVID-19 infections climbed past 20 million on Monday, with more than half of them from just three countries: the U.S., India and Brazil, according to the tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.​

UPDATE | Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide surpasses 20.2 mln - Johns Hopkins University#SputnikUpdates 

The worldwide count of known COVID-19 infections climbed past 20 million this week, with more than half of them from just 3 countries: the US, India and Brazil, according to the tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.

The worldwide count of known COVID-19 infections climbed past 20 million on Monday, with more than half of them from just three countries: the U.S., India and Brazil, according to the tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.​

Loading
Loading

Most relevant

CNN: There are now at least 5,000,603 cases of coronavirus in the United States and at least 162,441 people have died in the United States from coronavirus, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

CNN: More than 150,000 people have died in the United States from the coronavirus, according to the latest data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

Johns Hopkins University data records the US' first Covid-19 case on January 21. The US went from: 1 to 1 million cases in 99 days 1 million to 2 million cases in 43 days 2 million to 3 million cases in 28 days 3 million to 4 million cases in 15 days

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said rankings by Johns Hopkins University showed Spain was fifth in the world in testing rates. But those international rankings appear not to exist.

The Johns Hopkins University reports there were 1,082 coronavirus deaths in the United States yesterday. Remember: These are not just numbers. They are mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters. May They Rest In Peace and May Their Memories Be A Blessing.

The U.S. saw its highest single day of new COVID-19 cases today, with 71,135 cases reported. Johns Hopkins University reports there are at least 3,570,037 cases of coronavirus in the U.S.; at least 138,291 people have died in the U.S. from coronavirus.

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said rankings by Johns Hopkins University showed Spain was fifth in the world in testing rates. But those international rankings appear not to exist.

CNN: According to Johns Hopkins University's tally of cases in the United States, at least 125,045 people have died in the U.S. from coronavirus.

CNN: The United States saw a record number of new coronavirus cases in a single day Monday, with 46,853 new cases reported, according to Johns Hopkins University's tally of cases.

According to Johns Hopkins University's tally of cases in the United States, there are at least 2,111,622 cases of coronavirus in the U.S.; at least 116,114 people have died in the U.S. from coronavirus.

Loading
Loading