- So far, there have been 7.73 million deaths worldwide, and 1.45 million people have recovered
- In the United States, 55 million people have been affected so far, with 1.73 million deaths
So far, 21,824,014 cases of coronavirus infection have been reported in the world. Of these, 1,45,58,310 patients have recovered, while 7,73,028 patients have died. These statistics are according to www.worldometers.info/coronavirus. The death toll in the United States has crossed 170,000. There have been 483 deaths in the last 24 hours.
Florida, Texas and Louisiana had the highest number of deaths. Health experts said on Sunday that the flu season was about to begin in the country, so the incidence of infections could increase. According to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, the death toll could exceed 300,000 in the coming months. Hospitalization can also increase by up to 75%.
At the same time, Italy has announced the closure of all its nightclubs, discos and clubs for three weeks from Monday. In some areas, people are required to wear masks from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. “We cannot ignore the deaths from this disease,” Health Minister Roberto Speranza said Sunday. This measure is necessary for the safety of the people.
The 10 countries where Corona is most affected
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New Zealand: Election date extended
New Zealand has decided to postpone the Lok Sabha elections in view of the growing number of cases. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Sunday that the election would now take place on October 17. September 19 was the first opportunity for elections. So far 1622 cases have been reported in the country and 22 people have died. Therefore, it has been decided to postpone the elections.
Health workers sampling people’s flags on Sunday in Auckland, New Zealand. There were 102 cases of re-infection last week.
Mexico: About 5,000 cases a day
According to the Mexican Ministry of Health, 4,448 new cases were reported in the country in the last 24 hours and 214 deaths occurred. Now the number of affected people in the country has reached 522,162. So far, there have been more than 56,000 deaths in the country. The Mexican government says it is working to develop a vaccine soon. On August 14, the government signed an agreement with AstraZeneca. The country will need about 200 million vaccines to fight the epidemic.
Workers at an NGO distributing food to the families of hospitalized patients in Merida, Mexico, on Sunday.
France: More than 3,000 cases on the second day
The French Ministry of Health reported on Sunday that more than 3,000 new cases had been reported in the country for the second day in a row. 3015 cases were found on Sunday. The lockdown was lifted four days ago. At the same time, the number of affected people in the country has reached 218,536. As the transition progresses, the government has made it mandatory to wear masks in the capital, Paris, and Marseille. The government has also issued new travel guidelines for people coming from other countries.