Corona kills 210,000 people worldwide


Corona kills 210,000 people worldwide and 3 million infections
From Arizona (AFP)

The new Coronavirus has caused the deaths of more than 210,000 people worldwide, including more than 85% in Europe and the United States since it appeared in China in December, according to a census prepared by Agence France-Presse according to official sources until 8:45 GMT Tuesday.

And counted 210 thousand and 930 deaths in the world (3027853 injuries), including 126 thousand and 793 in Europe (1404171 cases), the continent most affected by the epidemic. The United States recorded the highest number of deaths (56,253), ahead of Italy (26,977), Spain (23,822), France (23,293), and Britain (21,92 and 92).

In Germany, the first signs of an increase in the spread of the Coronavirus appeared in Germany, while the country has just started to reduce isolation measures, even though Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed concern about a quick return to normal life.

Data from the Robert Koch Institute for Infectious Diseases, on Tuesday, showed that the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Germany increased by 1144 cases to 156,337.

According to the statistics, the number of deaths increased by 163 to 5913.

In Austria, the Minister of Health said, on Tuesday, that the country will ease restrictions on public isolation by allowing gatherings of 10 people.

The restrictions, which include directives to leave homes only for a few reasons, including shopping, will expire on April 30.

In Russia, the Corona Crisis Center stated that the number of HIV cases today reached 6,411 cases, which is a record daily increase to a total of 93,558 cases. The daily deaths of the virus also recorded 72 cases, bringing the total number of deaths to 867 cases.

In Spain, the Ministry of Health said, today, Tuesday, that the country recorded 301 deaths last night as a result of infection of the newly created Coronavirus, down from 331 deaths the day before. This brings the total number of deaths from the disease to 23,822, while the number of cases increased to 210,773 from 209,465 in the previous day.

This comes at a time when many countries are taking steps to ease measures of public isolation that have led to a cessation of normalcy during the past eight weeks.



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