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Corona Crosses 13 Million Mark Worldwide

Corona Worldwide

The number of corona infects in the world has steadily crossed the figure of 130 million while the death toll has crossed 5.72 lakh. In the US, the number of infected has exceeded 34.14 million, and provinces like Florida have again mandated social distance. While on an island in Japan, 23 US soldiers have also been complained of corona infection.

The situation is quite bad in America and Brazil. While the number of deaths in the US has crossed 1.37 lakh, in Brazil, more than 72 thousand people have lost their lives so far. The total number of infected in Brazil has also crossed 1.86 lakh. Strict regulations have been implemented again in the US state of Florida after more than 15,000 cases were filed within a day.

Adequate treatment arrangements are also falling due to the rush of patients in hospitals here. The same situation exists in the provinces of New York, Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Ohio, Utah, where cases have steadily increased. On the other hand, the total number of infected people at this naval base has increased to 94 after finding 23 American soldiers infected on Okinawa Island in Japan. All these cases have come up in the last one week.

10 Indians Deported from Singapore

Singapore has deported 10 Indian citizens, including students, on charges of violating the rules implemented in the country to prevent the spread of corona virus. They have also been barred from entering Singapore again.

In Nepal, preparations have begun to reopen the Pashupatinath temple closed due to Corona. Speaking at a review meeting of Pashupati Kshetra Vikas Trust (PADT), Nepal’s Culture Minister Yogesh Bhattarai has directed the employees of the organization to prepare to open the temple at a certain time of day keeping in mind the health and safety measures.

Death Toll in Brazil Crosses 72100

The death toll from the epidemic has reached 72100, with 630 people killed by the Corona virus in the last 24 hours in Brazil. According to the Health Ministry data released on Sunday, 34831 new cases of corona have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours.

Two WHO Experts Reach China

Two WHO experts have arrived in China to discover the source of the corona virus. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying, however, did not provide details of the programs of the team. But both experts will discuss with Chinese scientists. Let us tell that many countries have alleged that the virus originated from Wuhan, whose information was not given to the world at the right time.

Starvation Victims May Increase by 130 Million Worldwide

This year due to the corona virus epidemic, the number of starvation victims in the world may increase by 130 million. The United Nations expressed concern, “Last year also the number of starvation victims had increased by 100 million, so this year will increase this number in the grip of epidemic.”

According to the report, estimates based on global economic conditions suggest that in 2020, the number of malnourished people may increase from 8.3 million to 13.2 million. Till last year, 9 percent of the world’s population, or 69 crore people, were forced to sleep hungry. After 2014, this number has been steadily increasing.

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