Cases of the corona virus are not going away. The deadly virus has killed more than 500,000 people worldwide so far. Whereas, more than one crore people have been infected. The extent to which the Corona is wreaking havoc on the world can be gauged from the fact that 196 people are losing their lives every hour.
Corona’s influence has diminished in some countries, but there are still countries that have not recovered from the first wave. Respiratory illnesses caused by the corona virus have been particularly dangerous for the elderly. However, the dead include both adults and children.
The last few weeks have seen an average decline in the death toll. Health experts have expressed concern over the rising incidence in countries such as the United States, India and Brazil, as well as new outbreaks in parts of Asia.
Reuters According to, More than 4,700 people are dying every 24 hours, calculated on an average basis from June 1 to June 27. According to this, 196 people are dying every hour and one person is dying every 18 seconds. At the same time, about a quarter of the deaths occurred in the United States alone.
Recently, there has been an aggressive surge in corona cases in southern and western countries. U.S. officials recorded about 44,700 new cases and 508 additional deaths on Sunday. Cases are also rising sharply in Latin America, with the number of cases in South America surpassing European figures on Sunday. After which this country has become the second country affected by the epidemic after North America.
Australia, on the other hand, has seen the biggest boom in the Corona case in a single day after nearly two months, after which authorities are considering re-adopting social distance measures in some areas.
The first death from the new virus occurred on January 9. The source of the epidemic was a 61-year-old man from Wuhan, China, who was a regular shopkeeper in the weight market.
Explain, the death toll from Kovid-19 in just 5 months has surpassed the number of deaths from malaria every year. The virus kills an average of 78,000 patients each month. According to 2018 figures from the World Health Organization (WHO), 64,000 people died from AIDS-related illness and 36,000 from malaria.