Corona Toll Crosses 18 Million Worldwide, 6.9 Lakh Died

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The number of corona infections in the world crossed 18 million on Sunday, while 6.90 lakh people have died. Brazil is the second most affected country by infection. In the past 24 hours, 45,300 new cases of corona were reported in Brazil.

During this period, 1088 people died of infection. The health department of the country said that the condition of more than eight thousand patients remains critical. At the same time, the countries most affected by the infection are not taking the name of normalcy in America.

After California, Florida has reached close to half a million cases. In the state, 4.80 lakh people have become infected. At the same time 7,022 people have died. After Florida, conditions in Texas, New York and Georgia remain critical.

The Australian Government has again given strict lockdown instructions in Victoria. A strict lockdown will be implemented in the country’s second most populous state for at least six weeks from Wednesday. With this, businesses in the state capital Melbourne and other cities will remain closed. 650 cases were registered in the state on Sunday and 397 on Saturday.

315 new cases were reported in Nepal in past 24 hours. With this, the number of infected in the country has crossed 20 thousand. For the last seven days, there has been a spurt in new cases in the country.

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