In the mid of May the strict lockdown in Europe turned out to be a key factor in winning the war against COVID-19. The number of cases decreased and lockdowns were partially lifted in various cities. The situation remained the same in the US as number cases and deaths kept on rising. Russia, India, and the US were the new epicenters as the fight against the virus continued. Russia and Brazil saw a rapid increase in their cases.
Currently, the United States is leading the table with over 2 million cases and more than 115,000 deaths followed by Brazil with almost 900,000 cases and 45,000 deaths and Russia with 600,000 cases and 8000 deaths. India and Pakistan have also seen a boost in its cases as India passed 300,000 cases and Pakistan with almost 150,000 cases. The death rate in Subcontinent is far less as compared to that in Europe and the US. While these countries are fighting against the virus they are also fighting against hunger. Mumbai the densely populated city of India is facing problems fighting against the virus as its majority of the population lives in slums. The global infected cases stand at 8 million-plus with almost 440,000 deaths. Pakistan has also seen a spike in its cases as it eased the lockdown before Eid and the health system is about to get choked.