Europe Coronavirus Death Count Crosses 1,70,000-Mark: Report.

Europe Coronavirus Death Count Crosses 1,70,000-Mark: Report

Britain has the highest coronavirus death count in Europe with 35,704 fatalities (File)


Europe's coronavirus death count passed 1, 70,000 on Thursday, with the a huge share of deaths recorded in the United Kingdom, Italy, France and Spain, according to an AFP tally at 1230 GMT Thursday.

With 1,70,032 deaths out of 1,957,819 cases, Europe is the hardest hit continent by the pandemic that has swept the globe since it first emerged in China in December.

Britain has the highest death count in Europe with 35,704 fatalities, followed by Italy with 32,330, France with 28,132 and Spain's 27,888.

The tallies are collated using data collected by AFP from national authorities and information from the World

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