Corona virus outbreak surpasses 25 million in the world, killing 1,575,000

Corona virus outbreak surpasses 25 million in the world, killing 1,575,000

The total number of people infected with the coronavirus in the world has exceeded 2.531 million and more than 175,000 people have died while 665,458 patients have recovered.

According to data released by Johns Hopkins University in the United States, one-fourth of the total Coronary Virus outbreak deaths in the world have occurred in the United States. Initially, it took 75 days to report 5 million cases in the world, but such numbers have been confirmed in the last 6 days.

According to statistics, 41 cases were confirmed till January 10 just three months ago, while in April this rate reached 70,000 daily. The World Health Organization compares the figures to seasonal flu, saying that 3 to 5 million people become seriously ill with seasonal influenza each year.

Experts, on the other hand, say that the Coronavirus can be infected several times more than the current number of victims, but its prevalence is less than the Spanish flu that spread in 1918, with an estimated 5 million people infected.

The Corona epidemic is slowing According to the World News Agency, despite the rapid increase in the number of victims of the Coronavirus epidemic, the spread of the epidemic is showing signs of slowing down. At the beginning of April, the number of victims was increasing by 8 to 9 percent per day, which has come down to 3 to 4 percent per day in the last week.




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