As coronavirus cases cross two million worldwide, nine countries have contributed to 77% of total cases and 84% of the more than 100,000 total death toll.
It took about four months for the virus to infect one million people, on April 3, and roughly 10 days for that number to double.
While the coronavirus has reached all but a few remote corners of the world, these nine countries, mainly comprising of Europe and America constitute almost 80% of the total cases.
China, the original epicentre of the virus outbreak, is now at the bottom of the count while Iran and Turkey are the middle eastern countries making it to the list.
The USA has the highest number of cases and deaths.