Corona killed 9,000 victims worldwide

Corona killed 9,000 victims worldwide
Corona claims 9 thousand victims worldwide ... and injuries are on the rise

The number of deaths from the emerging coronavirus, on Thursday, rose to 9,000 cases globally. Of the total, Spain recorded 767 deaths.

The United States of America recorded 9,000 cases of the corona, an increase of 45% within 24 hours. Corona injuries in Switzerland increased to nearly 4 thousand.

South Korea witnessed a large increase in the number of new infections with the Coruna virus, on Thursday, which represents a setback after the slowdown in the number of days, after discovering a new outpost for an outbreak in a nursing home in Daegu, at a time when China announced that it had not registered during the past 24 hours A new, localized source of the virus, in a first of its kind since Beijing began counting the infections in January.

The Korean Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recorded 152 new infections, bringing the number of cases nationwide to 8,565.

South Korea has registered less than 100 new infections over the past four days.

There are 97 new cases in the city of Daegu, which is located to the southeast of the capital, Seoul, and the centers said that the infection of at least 74 inmates in a nursing home was confirmed this week.

Returning to the country where the virus was born, although no new local cases were recorded, in contrast, it recorded a significant increase in the number of infections from abroad. However, the Chinese authorities have confirmed that the risk of the spread of Corona in Hubei Province remains.

The National Health Committee said that during the past 24 hours, it had counted 34 new cases of the epidemic, all of them by foreigners who caught the infection while they were outside the country. This is the highest daily toll recorded in the country in two weeks.

Close to London Underground and extension of Italy's procedures

This comes as the British capital London announced the closure of 40 subway stations starting today, Thursday, with the legalization of public transport work, to reduce the spread of the virus.

The British authorities have announced that they have put 20,000 soldiers ready to confront the coronavirus.

In Italy, the Italian Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, announced on Thursday that the isolation measures imposed a week ago in Italy "will be extended beyond its date" scheduled on April 3, while the number of injuries in Germany exceeded 10,000 cases.

This comes as Russia announced the first death on its soil of a person infected with the Coronavirus.
The Philippines revealed 15 new confirmed cases of the corona, while the number of deaths rose to 217.

The first death in Costa Rica and a curfew in Panama

On Wednesday, Costa Rica recorded the first death from the new Coronavirus, which also reached Nicaragua and El Salvador, while the authorities in Panama, Bolivia and Peru attempted to limit the outbreak by imposing a curfew, while Chile declared a state of disaster and deployed the army to reduce the spread of the epidemic.

In Panama, Minister of Health Rosario Turner said, on Wednesday, that his country had recorded 109 cases of coronavirus in total, an increase of 86 new cases from the previous day.

Meanwhile, the Honduran government announced that the number of confirmed cases of the virus in the country had risen to 12.

The Costa Rican Ministry of Health also recorded, on Wednesday, the first death from the virus, of an 86-year-old man who had been transferred to a hospital west of the capital, San Jose.

The death toll from the emerging coronavirus in the world, since its appearance in December and until 18:30 GMT Wednesday evening, has reached 8784 deaths, according to a toll prepared by the agency "Agence France Presse" according to official sources.

More than 209,500 cases of HIV have been recorded in 150 countries and regions since the beginning of the epidemic. However, these figures do not reflect the full reality, as a large number of countries are examining only the cases that need most medical care.

This comes as Australia revealed, on Thursday, unprecedented prevention of non-residents from entering the country in the context of strengthening closures aimed at stopping the spread of the Coronavirus. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that the decision "will enter into force from nine o'clock tomorrow night."

The government of Mauritius announced in a statement that it recorded the first 3 cases of coronavirus, while Mexico recorded the first death of the virus for a 41-year-old Mexican man who had diabetes and showed symptoms last week.

Nicaragua and El Salvador each reported their first infection with the Coronavirus.

In New Zealand, the authorities closed the border to foreigners from midnight last night while strengthening efforts to contain the outbreak of the Coronavirus.

In Pakistan, the authorities closed the shrines of the Awliya of Sufis in the capital and elsewhere, and banned visits to museums and archaeological and tourist sites, as cases of coronavirus jumped to 301 cases, most of them for visitors returning from Iran.

Malaysia recorded 110 new cases of the emerging coronavirus, Thursday, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 900, and most of the new cases are linked to a religious gathering attended by about 16 thousand people in a mosque near Kuala Lumpur.

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