The number of known coronavirus cases worldwide has spiked past two million people, according to live numbers from the World Health Organization.
As of Wednesday at 2 pm EDT, 2,049,849 cases had been confirmed globally and 132,835 COVID-19-related deaths had been reported.
A total of 507,782 known cases have recovered from the virus.
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It took 83 days for the world to reach the first million cases and just 14 days afterwards for the second million.
Five countries have over 100,000 known cases: United States (622,412), Spain (177,633), Italy (165,155), France (147,863), and Germany (133,154).
Globally, the United States and Italy hold the highest death toll totals at 27,549 and 21,645, respectively.