Live Covid-19
United States 42,844,035
Cases: 42,844,035
Deaths: 691,313
Recovered: 32,470,190
Active: 9,682,532
India 33,447,010
Cases: 33,447,010
Deaths: 444,869
Recovered: 32,663,592
Active: 338,549
Brazil 21,102,536
Cases: 21,102,536
Deaths: 589,744
Recovered: 20,180,106
Active: 332,686
United Kingdom 7,400,739
Cases: 7,400,739
Deaths: 135,147
Recovered: 5,958,691
Active: 1,306,901
Russia 7,254,754
Cases: 7,254,754
Deaths: 197,425
Recovered: 6,485,264
Active: 572,065
France 6,949,519
Cases: 6,949,519
Deaths: 116,002
Recovered: 6,626,528
Active: 206,989
Turkey 6,820,861
Cases: 6,820,861
Deaths: 61,361
Recovered: 6,309,910
Active: 449,590
Iran 5,408,860
Cases: 5,408,860
Deaths: 116,791
Recovered: 4,736,896
Active: 555,173
Argentina 5,238,610
Cases: 5,238,610
Deaths: 114,367
Recovered: 5,093,351
Active: 30,892
Colombia 4,939,251
Cases: 4,939,251
Deaths: 125,860
Recovered: 4,777,796
Active: 35,595
Spain 4,929,546
Cases: 4,929,546
Deaths: 85,783
Recovered: 4,633,527
Active: 210,236
Italy 4,632,275
Cases: 4,632,275
Deaths: 130,284
Recovered: 4,388,951
Active: 113,040
Indonesia 4,188,529
Cases: 4,188,529
Deaths: 140,323
Recovered: 3,983,140
Active: 65,066
Germany 4,146,128
Cases: 4,146,128
Deaths: 93,555
Recovered: 3,882,700
Active: 169,873
Mexico 3,552,983
Cases: 3,552,983
Deaths: 270,538
Recovered: 2,906,771
Active: 375,674
Poland 2,897,395
Cases: 2,897,395
Deaths: 75,487
Recovered: 2,659,020
Active: 162,888
South Africa 2,880,349
Cases: 2,880,349
Deaths: 86,116
Recovered: 2,728,961
Active: 65,272
Philippines 2,347,550
Cases: 2,347,550
Deaths: 36,583
Recovered: 2,126,879
Active: 184,088
Ukraine 2,344,398
Cases: 2,344,398
Deaths: 54,829
Recovered: 2,230,306
Active: 59,263
Peru 2,165,533
Cases: 2,165,533
Deaths: 198,948
Recovered:
Active: 1,966,585
Malaysia 2,082,876
Cases: 2,082,876
Deaths: 23,067
Recovered: 1,840,450
Active: 219,359
Netherlands 1,983,252
Cases: 1,983,252
Deaths: 18,111
Recovered: 1,893,592
Active: 71,549
Iraq 1,972,705
Cases: 1,972,705
Deaths: 21,775
Recovered: 1,857,873
Active: 93,057
Czechia 1,685,878
Cases: 1,685,878
Deaths: 30,429
Recovered: 1,650,292
Active: 5,157
Japan 1,668,136
Cases: 1,668,136
Deaths: 17,097
Recovered: 1,564,097
Active: 86,942
Chile 1,646,994
Cases: 1,646,994
Deaths: 37,339
Recovered: 1,603,507
Active: 6,148
Canada 1,570,614
Cases: 1,570,614
Deaths: 27,383
Recovered: 1,497,587
Active: 45,644
Bangladesh 1,541,300
Cases: 1,541,300
Deaths: 27,182
Recovered: 1,498,654
Active: 15,464
Thailand 1,462,901
Cases: 1,462,901
Deaths: 15,246
Recovered: 1,317,527
Active: 130,128
Pakistan 1,221,261
Cases: 1,221,261
Deaths: 27,135
Recovered: 1,129,562
Active: 64,564
Live Covid-19
United States 42,844,035
Cases: 42,844,035
Deaths: 691,313
Recovered: 32,470,190
Active: 9,682,532
India 33,447,010
Cases: 33,447,010
Deaths: 444,869
Recovered: 32,663,592
Active: 338,549
Brazil 21,102,536
Cases: 21,102,536
Deaths: 589,744
Recovered: 20,180,106
Active: 332,686
United Kingdom 7,400,739
Cases: 7,400,739
Deaths: 135,147
Recovered: 5,958,691
Active: 1,306,901
Russia 7,254,754
Cases: 7,254,754
Deaths: 197,425
Recovered: 6,485,264
Active: 572,065
France 6,949,519
Cases: 6,949,519
Deaths: 116,002
Recovered: 6,626,528
Active: 206,989
Turkey 6,820,861
Cases: 6,820,861
Deaths: 61,361
Recovered: 6,309,910
Active: 449,590
Iran 5,408,860
Cases: 5,408,860
Deaths: 116,791
Recovered: 4,736,896
Active: 555,173
Argentina 5,238,610
Cases: 5,238,610
Deaths: 114,367
Recovered: 5,093,351
Active: 30,892
Colombia 4,939,251
Cases: 4,939,251
Deaths: 125,860
Recovered: 4,777,796
Active: 35,595
Spain 4,929,546
Cases: 4,929,546
Deaths: 85,783
Recovered: 4,633,527
Active: 210,236
Italy 4,632,275
Cases: 4,632,275
Deaths: 130,284
Recovered: 4,388,951
Active: 113,040
Indonesia 4,188,529
Cases: 4,188,529
Deaths: 140,323
Recovered: 3,983,140
Active: 65,066
Germany 4,146,128
Cases: 4,146,128
Deaths: 93,555
Recovered: 3,882,700
Active: 169,873
Mexico 3,552,983
Cases: 3,552,983
Deaths: 270,538
Recovered: 2,906,771
Active: 375,674
Poland 2,897,395
Cases: 2,897,395
Deaths: 75,487
Recovered: 2,659,020
Active: 162,888
South Africa 2,880,349
Cases: 2,880,349
Deaths: 86,116
Recovered: 2,728,961
Active: 65,272
Philippines 2,347,550
Cases: 2,347,550
Deaths: 36,583
Recovered: 2,126,879
Active: 184,088
Ukraine 2,344,398
Cases: 2,344,398
Deaths: 54,829
Recovered: 2,230,306
Active: 59,263
Peru 2,165,533
Cases: 2,165,533
Deaths: 198,948
Recovered:
Active: 1,966,585
Malaysia 2,082,876
Cases: 2,082,876
Deaths: 23,067
Recovered: 1,840,450
Active: 219,359
Netherlands 1,983,252
Cases: 1,983,252
Deaths: 18,111
Recovered: 1,893,592
Active: 71,549
Iraq 1,972,705
Cases: 1,972,705
Deaths: 21,775
Recovered: 1,857,873
Active: 93,057
Czechia 1,685,878
Cases: 1,685,878
Deaths: 30,429
Recovered: 1,650,292
Active: 5,157
Japan 1,668,136
Cases: 1,668,136
Deaths: 17,097
Recovered: 1,564,097
Active: 86,942
Chile 1,646,994
Cases: 1,646,994
Deaths: 37,339
Recovered: 1,603,507
Active: 6,148
Canada 1,570,614
Cases: 1,570,614
Deaths: 27,383
Recovered: 1,497,587
Active: 45,644
Bangladesh 1,541,300
Cases: 1,541,300
Deaths: 27,182
Recovered: 1,498,654
Active: 15,464
Thailand 1,462,901
Cases: 1,462,901
Deaths: 15,246
Recovered: 1,317,527
Active: 130,128
Pakistan 1,221,261
Cases: 1,221,261
Deaths: 27,135
Recovered: 1,129,562
Active: 64,564

Charles Leclerc Says “Sorry” As Collision With Sebastian Vettel Causes Double Ferrari Retirement


Ferrari’s nightmare start to the 2020 Formula One season continued on Sunday when Charles Leclerc collided with Sebastian Vettel on the opening lap of the Styrian Grand Prix. The Monegasque attempted to push past his team-mate on the inside of Turn Three, but rode the kerbs and instead launched his vehicle into the rear of Vettel’s machine. The impact severely damaged the rear of the four-time champion’s car, tearing off the rear wing and forcing him to pit and retire after a Safety Car had been deployed.

Leclerc pitted for repairs and continued, but he also pulled out once the action resumed – resulting in both men being out of the race before the start of the sixth lap.

“I am sorry and I apologise to Seb and I know it is not enough at times like this,” he told broadcaster Sky Sports.

“I hope I learn and come back stronger next race – it is a tough time for the team and they don’t need that – I put all thoughts of the team in a bin and I am sorry.

“I was too optimistic this move,” he added. 

Leclerc had started from 14th on the grid following a three-place penalty for an incident involving Daniil Kvyat’s Alpha Tauri in Saturday’s rain-swept qualifying.

Vettel started from 10th and was ahead on the opening lap when Leclerc launched his attack, an ill-judged move that ruined the race for both men.

Four-time champion Vettel is in his final season with Ferrari after being told he is surplus to requirements next season and has made clear he was surprised and upset by the decision.

Both drivers have complained their SF1000 car this year is difficult to drive and lacks competitive pace.

The team brought a package of upgrades to the second race of the season, following last week’s disappointing showing, but team boss Mattia Binotto admitted on Saturday they had not been effective.

Leclerc finished a fortunate second at the season-opening Austrian contest when many of his rivals were penalised or retired, only 11 of the 20 starters finishing the race.

“There was nothing I could do,” said Vettel. 

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“There was not enough space on the track and that is why we collided.

“The car had felt a lot better, but we don’t know do we? We don’t have the answers”

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