The risk of spreading the Coronavirus increased significantly
The risk of spreading the Coronavirus increased significantly |The World Health Organization said Friday that the risk of the spread of the disease has increased significantly after the Coronavirus outbreak reached African countries. According to the news agency “AFP”, the Coronavirus spread rapidly throughout the world over the past week while its outbreak in China has declined.
The Coronavirus has reached all major continents of the world except Antarctica. Governments of various countries are facing difficulties due to the rapid spread of the virus. Many countries are preventing their citizens from traveling abroad and traveling to public places. The virus has so far killed more than 2800 people worldwide, and more than 84,000 people have been infected with the virus.
The most casualties and cases are reported in China. But the death toll in China has decreased over the past week, with a large number of people returning home after recovery. 44 more deaths were reported from the Coronavirus in China on Friday. But this is the lowest number of casualties in one day over the past month.
So far 2788 people have died of the Krona virus in China. But on the other hand, the virus is spreading worldwide, which is a cause for concern for experts. Over the past 24 hours, the Coronavirus has reached nine other countries, including Azerbaijan, Mexico, and New Zealand. We have increased estimates related to the spread of the virus, said Tedros Aldenham, head of the World Health Organization. The risk of the spread of this virus, called “cod 19”, has risen globally.
We did not find any evidence that the virus was spreading freely,” said Tedros Aldenham. But we have the opportunity to take immediate action to stop the virus. Various countries are taking several steps to address the spread of the Coronavirus. Switzerland has canceled all gatherings of more than 1,000 people nationwide. Saudi Arabia has banned visitors from the Gulf countries to Mecca and Medina. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said it is not time to panic but to prepare. We have to be fully prepared.