According to the Johns Hopkins University data, more than 300,000 people were killed due to the coronavirus infection worldwide on May 14. The number has increased 2.5 times a month since the number of people exceeded 120,000 on April 14. The pace of deaths has not slowed down, and damage is continuing to expand, mainly in Europe and the United States. The number of infected people is 4.4 million in the world.
Approximately three months have passed since the first case of infection was reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) until the death toll exceeds 10,000. However, the death toll has soared, surpassing 40,000 on March 31, and more than 10,000 being added every 1-2 days for a month and a half.