More than 54000 deaths in America due to corona, more than 2.9 million corona patients worldwide

The worldwide death toll due to the corona virus epidemic has exceeded two lakh five thousand of which two thirds are from the worst affected Europe. Johns Hopkins University has given this information. Data compiled by the University's Center for System Science and Engineering (CSSE) showed that a total of 2,05,142 people have died of the disease as of 10:40 pm on Sunday (April 26) (Indian time), while Corono The global number of virus-infected cases has risen to 29,34,141, of which 8,53,666 people have become infection-free.

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According to the data, the US is now the most affected by the corona virus infection in the world, where the number of deaths from Kovid-19 has increased to 54,480 and the total number of infected is 9,43,865. Of these, 1,05,982 people have become free from infection. Italy is the second most affected country with Kovid-19 where 1,97,675 people have been confirmed infected with 26,644 deaths, while 64,928 people have recovered from the disease.Similarly, 2,26,629 people have been infected in Spain, of which 23,190 people died. In France, 22,648 people have lost their lives due to corona virus infection and a total of 1,61,665 cases have been confirmed. A total of 1,54,032 people have been infected with 20,794 deaths in the UK. In China, where the infection first started in December, 4,636 people have died from Kovid-19 and 83,909 have been infected.

On the other hand, in Italy, one of the countries worst affected by the Corona virus, one thing is clear that something went terribly wrong in its most affected province, Lombardi, which made the situation terrible. The country has started investigating the causes of the epidemic crisis when the lockdown was relaxed. Italy is the country to lose the most civilians after America due to Corona virus where 26,000 people have died due to this virus.

The first case of virus infection in Italy was revealed on 21 February. Political and business interests, along with shortcomings in demographics and health care, drove the people of Lombardy, with a population of one crore, into a disaster never seen before. Virologists and epidemiologists said that it would take years to study what went wrong, how one disease overpowered the entire medical system that was considered one of the best in European countries.

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