According to the WHO Covid 19 is spreading to people between the ages of 20 and 40, many of whom are unaware of the infection

According to the WHO Covid 19 is spreading to people between the ages of 20 and 40, many of whom are unaware of the infection
  • So far, there have been 7.77 lakh deaths in the world and 1.47 crore people have been rescued
  • In the United States, 56 million people have been affected so far, with 1.73 million deaths

So far, 20 million 48 thousand 933 cases of coronavirus infection have been reported in the world. Of these, 1,47,91,748 patients have recovered, while 777,430 patients have died.

These statistics are according to www.worldometers.info/coronavirus. The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that people between the ages of 20 and 40 are infected worldwide.

Video conferencing by WHO West Pacific Director Taxi Butcher said many of them were unaware that they had been infected.

The infection is now spreading to countries where it was previously controlled. Many countries have had to lock down again. This indicates that the disease has reached its next stage in the Asia-Pacific region.

United States: President Trump’s satire on New Zealand

On Monday, in New Zealand, six days after the re-infection, nine new cases occurred. US President Donald Trump has said on the rise in New Zealand that he prevented the infection and continued to do so because, he wanted to show me something.

But now things are getting worse. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said that President Trump’s claim is false. The incidence of infection in our country cannot be compared to that of the United States.

Spain: Sanctions are imposed in four new territories

Spain on Monday announced sanctions on four of its new territories. These include Andalusia, Galicia, Cantabria and Castella. These are densely populated areas of the country.

Tourists were allowed to enter the country two months ago. Since then, more than 100 new cases of infection have been reported every day. The government is also considering banning pool parties and party boots in Mallorca and Ibiza in light of growing issues.

Health workers take a sample of a woman's bush at a testing center in Madrid, Spain, on Monday. New cases of infection are on the rise here.

Health workers take a sample of a woman’s bush at a testing center in Madrid, Spain, on Monday. New cases of infection are on the rise here.

UK: 72 sweet factory workers affected
On Monday, 72 workers at a confectionery factory in Britain were affected. It employs 1,600 people. The local council will now work with the factory management to inspect all staff.

The first case was reported at the factory on August 7. So far, 319,917 people have been affected in the country and more than 41,000 have died.

More than 70 workers were found infected in the same factory in England, UK. All those working here will now be questioned.

More than 70 workers were found infected in the same factory in England, UK. All those working here will now be questioned.

Oman: Tourist approval

The government of Oman has approved the arrival of tourists in the country. It has also decided to open an international restaurant, gym and swimming pool in hotels.

All of these rules will take effect on Tuesday. However, the government said it would be necessary for all to take precautionary measures. So far, more than 83,000 infected people have been found in the country and 588 people have died.

Nigeria: Approval of international flights

Nigeria has approved the launch of international flights from August 29. The country’s aviation minister, Hadi Srika, tweeted on Monday: “I am delighted to announce the launch of international flights from August 29. We will also start domestic flights. It will start in Lagos and Abuja. Protocols and rules will be explained soon. Thank you to wait.

Malta: Bars and nightclubs closed
The Maltese government has decided to reopen bars and nightclubs due to growing concerns. The new rules will take effect on Wednesday.

Social distance will be followed in sports venues and social clubs. Gathering of more than 15 people in one place will be prohibited. However, restaurants and shops may remain open.

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