Since the coronavirus was identified in China in December 2019, there have been over 100 million COVID-19 cases across the globe.
According to new worldwide metrics from the World Health Organization, the grim landmark was reached on Tuesday afternoon.
As of 4:30 pm on Tuesday, global COVID-19 cases had reached 100,657,568.
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At the time of writing, the USA, India, and Brazil hold the unenviable role of having the highest number of COVID-19-cases in the world at 25,952,030, 10,689,268, and 8,881,853, respectively.
COVID-19-related deaths around the world currently stand at 2,161,343 with 72,598,502 recoveries.