Corona cases cross 95 million worldwide

Covid-19Corona cases cross 95 million worldwide


Corona cases cross 95 million worldwide

The Corona epidemic outbreak worldwide is not taking its name. So far 9,527,125 infected have been confirmed. While 484,972 people have died due to this virus. The number of active cases at this time is 3,866,747. At the same time, 5,175,406 people have been cured.

So far in Latin America, the death toll from the corona virus has crossed 100,000. However, the number of infected people is 2.2 million, which has doubled in less than a month. The area is witnessing an increase in cases of infection, while in Europe and some Asian regions, the rate of infection is decreasing.

Experts in the UK’s health sector have issued a second web warning of the corona virus just a day after the lockdown restrictions were lifted in the UK. Experts have said, “However, no idea how this epidemic will take shape in the coming days in Britain.” But the evidence available so far suggests that there is a danger of new cases coming at the local level and the second web ie the second wave. ”

The World Health Organization has said that the number of people infected with the corona virus worldwide is approaching one crore. Due to this, the world is facing shortage of oxygen concentrator. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Gabrielos stated in a press conference that “many countries are now suffering from a lack of oxygen concentrator (machine).” The demand for this machine has exceeded supply at this time. ” He said, “So far 93 million people have been infected with the corona virus in the world and 4.80 lakh people have lost their lives. One million new people are confirmed to be infected every week. Due to this, 88 thousand large oxygen cylinders and 6.20 lakh cubic meters of oxygen are required every day. ”

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