- So far, 4 lakh 18 thousand 872 people died in the world, while more than 37.33 lakh were cured
- More than 20.66 lakh infected in America, 1 lakh 15 thousand 130 people died
Jun 11, 2020, 09:50 AM IST
Washington. So far, 4 lakh 18 thousand 872 people have died due to coronavirus in the world. The figure of infected has reached 74 lakh 51 thousand 523. 37 lakh 33 thousand 376 people have become healthy. On the other hand, parliamentary elections in Sri Lanka have been postponed once again due to the transition. It was supposed to be on 20 June, which would now be on 5 August. At the same time, 708 people died in Mexico in 24 hours. The death toll in the country has now reached 15 thousand 357.
Coronavirus: 10 most affected countries
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these figures https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/ Are taken from
America: 1.15 million deaths
US President Donald Trump will begin an election rally from June 19 in Okahoma. The rallies were postponed for three months due to the epidemic. The president said he would start the rally on June 19 from Florida, Arizona, North Carolina and Okahoma. America is the most affected country in the world. There are more than 20.66 lakh cases of infection, while 1.15 lakh deaths have been reported.
Mexico: 708 deaths in 24 hours
In Mexico, 708 people died in 24 hours. The death toll in the country has now reached 15 thousand 357. At the same time, 4833 new cases of infection have been found. With this, the number of patients has increased to 1 lakh 30 thousand. Plans are on to increase further investigations into the capital Mexico City. Because, the economy can be opened in the city soon.
Brazil: 1274 deaths a day
The Brazilian Ministry of Health said the epidemic in the country had killed 1274 people in 24 hours. The death toll from the disease has increased to 39 thousand 680. On Wednesday, 32,913 new cases were confirmed. With this, the number of infected has reached 7 lakh 72 thousand 416. A day earlier, there were 32,091 new cases and 1272 people died. Brazil is the second most infected country after the US.
Italy: 4564 children infected
Agostino Miojo, head of the Department of Civil Protection in Italy, said that 4564 children have been infected since the onset of the epidemic in the country. At the same time, four have died. Most of the active children are between 7 and 17 years old. All children killed by the disease were under seven years old. All infected children were treated at home, only 100 children were admitted to hospitals. Had the schools not been closed, the number of infected children could have been higher.
China: 11 foreign nationals found infected
The transition to 11 foreign nationals was confirmed in China on Wednesday. According to the National Health Commission, there are now 1797 imported cases in the country. 6 out of 11 cases were found in Shanghai, three in Guangdong Province and one each in Tianjin and Fujian. Of the total cases, 1736 have been discharged from hospital, while 61 are still under treatment.
No weather impact on epidemic: WHO
Mike Ryan, head of the WHO's emergency program, said Wednesday that there is little evidence that the epidemic will have the effect of changing weather. We cannot sit on the weather or change in temperature. We do not have many proofs that the transition will spread faster or stop due to change in the weather. Initially, some believed that the outbreak of the epidemic would reduce during the summer season.
France: 8 million people in jobs at risk
France is one of the most affected countries in Europe. The Finance Minister on Wednesday warned that in the next few months, eight lakh people in the country could get jobs. Cases of infection have started increasing here, but deaths have come down. So far, 1.55 lakh infected have been found in the country, while 29 thousand 319 have been killed.