TOP 20 countries are at the highest risk of Coronavirus
country Coronavirus Cases Deaths Region
China 80,967 3,248 Asia
Italy 41,035 3,405 Europe
Iran 18,407 1,284 Asia
Spain 18,077 831 Europe
Germany 15,320 44 Europe
United States 14,339 217 North America
France 10,995 372 Europe
South Korea 8,652 94 Asia
Switzerland 4,222 43 Europe
United Kingdom 3,269 144 Europe
Netherlands 2,460 76 Europe
Austria 2,179 6 Europe
Belgium 1,795 21 Europe
Norway 1,790 7 Europe
Japan 1,655 40 Asia
Sweden 1,439 11 Europe
Denmark 1,151 6 Europe
Malaysia 900 2 Asia
Canada 873 12 North America
Portugal 786 4 Europe
For the first time since Corona virus update began to be reported in China in January, there was no domestic case of infection in the country, but cases of ‘imported’ infection from abroad have been on the rise. China’s National Health Commission gave this information on Thursday.
He said that 34 cases of infections have been reported from abroad and this figure is the highest in the last two weeks. Where the cases of coronavirus started coming from December last year in Wuhan, not even a single case came on Wednesday. According to the report of the news agency Xinhua, this dangerous virus has happened for the first time in the city of Wuhan, when no domestic case was revealed.
The Health Commission of Hubei Province said that the total confirmed cases of coronavirus disease in Wuhan and Hubei stood at 50,005 and 67,800 respectively till Wednesday. The Health Commission said that cases of ‘imported’ infections from abroad have registered a boom.
So far imported cases have increased to 189 in China. There are 34 new cases in this, including 21 from Beijing, 9 from Guangdong Province, two from Shanghai and one each from Heilongjiang Province and Zhejiang Province. So far, a total of 80,928 cases have been confirmed in China by a coronavirus , while 3245 people have died and 70,420 patients have been discharged from hospital after treatment.
So far, a total of 80,928 cases have been confirmed in China by the coronavirus, while 3245 people have died and 70,420 patients have been discharged from hospital after treatment.
Italian authorities reported on Thursday that The total number of deaths passed 3,400 in the last 24 hours, meaning the country has now seen more fatalities than China.
Italy has recorded a total of 3,405 deaths, compared to China’s 3,245.
The number of fatalities announced on Thursday was lower than the record high of 475 fatalities on Wednesday — the highest official one-day figure in the world.
The number of confirmed cases in Italy also jumped to 41,035 on Thursday, up from 35,713 in 24 hours.
- This figure includes the deceased as well as 4,440 patients who are now said to have recovered from the illness caused by the virus.
- China reported no new infections for the first time on Thursday.
- Italian hospitals now have almost 2,500 patients in intensive care.
- Infections have started to rise in the south of the country, though the north remains far worse affected. The region of Lombardy is by far the worst-hit part of the country – and Europe.
The situation in Iran is so difficult that every ten minutes in the country a person dies due to coronavirus. In a tweet on Thursday, Iran Health Ministry spokesman Qianush Jahanpur said that 50 people succumbed to infection within an hour. In Iran, 149 people died in the last day and more than one thousand fresh cases of infection were reported.
Prevention Tips for Coronavirus
The ministry has asked the Indians returning from China to be especially vigilant in order to protect themselves and others from the disease (How to prevent coronavirus). According to experts, if you have recently traveled to China (within the last 14 days) or contacted an unregistered person, you are advised to stay indoors for 14 days after your return. Stay, sleep in separate rooms.
The Ministry’s advice is to have less contact with other family members and avoid visiting visitors. Cover nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing.
While issuing a warning to all the common people, it has been said to avoid coming in close contact with someone with cold or flu-like symptoms. Everyone in the house should keep their hands clean and wash their hands at all times with Herbal hand sanitizer with neem, especially after sneezing or coughing.
It is also advisable to wash hands with soap before and after food preparation, before eating, after toilet use when hands are dirty. After exposure to animal or animal waste, one should wash hands thoroughly with soap for at least 20 seconds.