Coronavirus latest: death rate rises to 4296 !!!

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Key Point of the Day!

# Novel coronavirus is spread in at least 111 countries

# 1 lacks 3,000 people around the world

# At least 4296 people have died

# 99% of new infections and deaths are now outside China

#The virus is spread to all European Union countries

# 1 million people are blocked in Italy, 168 deaths in a day

#5% of the victims were healed

168 death in Italy in one day!

In the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus outbreak in Italy, five people died in a single day; The death toll has risen to six.

In the most fragile state of Europe, the number of people infected has risen to 6,8. As of Tuesday, the number of casualties increased by 5 percent, while the death toll increased by 5 percent.

Reuters reports that Italy has the highest number of casualties and deaths, excluding China’s mainland.

Of those affected, 5,8 were healed on Tuesday, and 5 were placed in intensive care; Italy’s civil protection agency said on Tuesday.

With the increasing number of new patients and dead, stringent measures were taken to ban public meetings, as well as tightening restrictions on movement across Italy from Tuesday. As a result, the country’s 600 million people are virtually blocked.

According to a BBC report, the Coronavirus completely swept Italy in just two weeks. After World War II, such disruption in people’s daily lives was no longer seen throughout Italy.

The first day after the unprecedented ‘lockdown’ was imposed, shops and restaurants were closed across the country on Tuesday, hundreds of flights canceled, and the roads were all empty.

The government has advised the Italians to stay home until April 3 to avoid unnecessary travel. Such measures were taken earlier in the wealthy northern region, which was the epicenter of the outbreak of coronavirus, and later expanded nationwide.

The government’s move has left many small business people worried about their future.

Mario Mofreda, director of a Larris restaurant in a Tiptop residential area in Rome, said, “As if the day has come down, there’s no one around.”

According to the government directive, all restaurants and bars are now closed at 7 pm.

“It’s a disaster. It will not reduce anything. The economic crisis caused by this lockdown will kill more people than the virus, ”said Mofreda.

But the move is expected to slow down the spread of outbreaks, authorities said.

Italy is the most vulnerable in Europe due to the outbreak of the virus. One day after the first outbreak was detected on February 26, more than 150 people died. In this situation, Lombardi, which is the epicenter of the outbreak of the country, has provided incomplete information, officials in the country have warned.

In Italy, about 5 percent of the dead are Lombardi, but the nasal coronavirus disease is now spread throughout the country. Prime Minister Josepte Kant’s government has become concerned that the health system of the underdeveloped southern areas could be disrupted if the situation worsens.

UK Minister of State for Health: 

UK Minister of State for Health and Conservative Party MP Nadine Doris has been infected with the Novel Coronavirus.

A British Ministry of Health spokesman told CNN that he has been on ‘self-isolation’ since the virus was detected.

As Minister of State for the Ministry of Health, Doris was on duty to protect patients and prevent suicide.

The first death in Belgium:

Belgium, the first European country, has died of the first outbreak in the world. The Belgian health authorities on Wednesday morning reported the death of the 4-year-old patient. He was being treated at a clinic in Brussels. CNN says the number of coronaviruses in the country has risen to 25 by Wednesday.

The first death in Indonesia:

The first one died in Indonesia in Quid-1.

The 7-year-old foreigner already had diabetes, lung disease, hypertension, and respiratory problems.

He died after being admitted to the hospital in critical condition.

So far, at least 20 coronavirus patients have been identified in Indonesia.

Zuma prayers canceled in Karbala:

Zuma prayers in Iraq’s Karbala city have been canceled amid concerns over the Coronavirus. The announcement was made in a statement issued by the authorities on Wednesday, Reuters reported. Friday prayers were also canceled for the same reason.

The first death in Panama:

For the first time, a person with coronavirus has died in Panama, South America.

The 6-year-old man also had diabetes and bacterial pneumonia, the country’s health ministry said.

A 5-year-old man was diagnosed with Novel Coronavirus for the first time in Panama last Tuesday.

Death of adviser to Iran’s highest leader in coronavirus:

The 8-year-old Mohammad Mirmohammadi was a member of the Rational Council. This council advises the supreme leader.

CNN said he was the last Iranian government official to have been exposed to the coronavirus. One of the country’s top religious leaders, Hadi Shoshrowshahi, died of the same illness last Thursday.

Iran’s Vice President Masumeh Abtekar, who is in charge of the government’s task force on the coronavirus, and Eraz Haririch, the deputy health minister, have also been attacked, state media said.

The virus has started spreading to Iran since last week, and by Monday, at least 5 people have been killed, and 3,000 have been infected. Deputy Health Minister Alireza Raisi said this on state TV.

Recently, those who have traveled to Iran have been diagnosed with coronavirus infection.

Iran has the highest number of coronaviruses in the Middle East, and the country has the highest number of viral deaths outside of China.

Covid-19 is now called pandemic: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General, Tedros Adham Gabrias, said at a regular press conference on Wednesday about the latest situation in the nasal coronavirus infection.

“We are very concerned about the way it (the coronavirus) is spreading,” he said, keeping a close eye on the situation.

Expressing further concern over not seeing enough steps to prevent infection, the WHO executive said, “We are telling countries every day, take action urgently, fast.”