A look at the spread of coronaviruses worldwide and where they’re most prevalent.
— The U.K. and other nations have seen an increased number of cases, but they haven’t had as much of an impact on the global spread.
In the United States, the number of confirmed cases is up a little, but the overall number of people who have the virus has remained roughly the same.
In Europe, however, there have been a lot more cases than in the United Kingdom.
The number of new cases in Europe has more than doubled since January.
As of Tuesday, the U,S.
and the European Union have confirmed 1,919 new cases.
The most recent data shows that there were 1,823 confirmed cases in the world in the week ending March 31.
That’s up from 1,714 cases in February.
In fact, the last time the U to have more than 1,000 cases in a single week was in November 2016.
The other countries with more cases are the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kuwait, Mauritania, Nigeria, Senegal, Tunisia and the United Republic of Tanzania.
— A total of 1,749 people have died from the virus, according to the World Health Organization.
That number is a bit lower than last month, when there were 631 people confirmed cases.
But it’s still much higher than the 714 confirmed cases reported in May.
The U has had a high number of deaths due to the virus.
In April, it was 665.
The WHO says the death toll is expected to increase further as more and more people become infected.
— More than 2,000 coronavireuses have been detected worldwide.
Of those, 2,907 have been linked to the coronovirus.
That puts the total number of infections in the region at 1,078, according the WHO.
Of the new coronaviral cases, 2 percent are linked to COVID-19, while 1.4 percent are attributed to other factors.
The rest are attributed solely to the flu.
— At this time, there are no known cases of COVID in the European country of Ireland.
The country has had two coronavirois outbreaks in the past week.
Both were in the capital city, Dublin.
In March, three people were hospitalized for coronaviring infections.
They were all tested negative.
In May, two more people were tested and were all positive for COVID.