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The new coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 40,000 people in Europe, more than three-quarters of them in Italy, Spain and France, according to a report compiled by AFP from official sources on Friday.

With a total of 40,768 deaths (out of 574,525 cases), Europe is the continent hardest hit by COVID-19.

India had 2,547 confirmed coronavirus cases until Friday and the death toll climbed to 62 as Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked citizens to show their "collective resolve” in fighting the disease that has prompted his government to impose a three-week lockdown. "In that brightness, we should resolve that we are not alone. Nobody is alone," Modi said.

Italy and Spain are the worst affected countries in the world with 14,681 and 10,935 deaths respectively, while France has registered 5,387 fatalities.
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