Coronavirus epidemic continues wreaking havoc worldwide. According to the worldometer.com, so far, 1 crore 71 lakh 79 thousand 092 cases have been reported in the world. Of these, 1 crore 69 lakh 30 thousand 012 people have also been cured. At the same time, 6,69,982 people have died. On the other hand, the speaker of the US House of Representatives (lower house of parliament) Nancy Pelosi has ordered all her members and staff to wear masks. She said that those who break the rules will be thrown out of the House.
Brazil: More than 90,000 lost their lives
According to official data released on Wednesday, the death toll in Brazil has increased to 90,188. Thousands of tests are being done every day. More than 70 thousand cases were registered here on Wednesday. President Bolsonaro may make some new announcements regarding Coronavirus today.
China: 3 new cases reported
According to an official statement released on Thursday morning, three new cases have been reported in China. All three are people who arrived in China from another country. A total of 2,059 people from abroad have been found infected so far. The National Health Commission has given this information. The Chinese government is eyeing three states more. These are Guandong, Yunnan and Shanxi. Imported cases are getting more in these three states.
America: More than 1,50,000 deaths
The death toll in the US on Wednesday night was 1,50,159. This figure has been released by the Health Ministry and the Corona Task Force. The total number of infected people has also exceeded 4.5 million. Meanwhile, there are reports that Trump plans to hold talks with state governments about opening administration schools and colleges. Formal information about this can be given by Thursday evening.
UAE: 375 new cases
The total number of cases in the country has risen to 59,921 with 375 new confirmed cases reported in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The UAE Health Ministry said in a statement issued on Wednesday that the condition of new patients is stable. They are being treated. So far, a total of 53,202 infected people have recovered. No infected died on Wednesday.