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According to the WHO, the risk of coronavirus was lower in people under 20 years of age. The percentage of deaths among youth of this age was 0.2. (Symbolic)
- More than 9 lakh people died in the world, more than 2 crore people now healthy
- 67.87 lakh people were infected in America, 2.197 lakh people lost their lives
The number of infected people in the world has now reached 29 million 15 thousand 706. The good news is that the number of people who have been cured has now gone up to more than 25 million. At the same time, the death toll in the epidemic has exceeded 9 lakh 38 thousand. These figures are according to www.worldometers.info/coronavirus. Now let's talk about some important news related to coronavirus worldwide.
According to the data released by WHO ie WHO, the risk of pandemic on people below 20 years is quite low. One reason for this is their much better immunity.
WHO: Reduced youth risk
In all the cases of Kovid-19 reported worldwide, the number of patients below 20 years is less than 10%. Only 0.2 percent of people of this age died. The figures were released by WHO on Tuesday night. However, the organization also said that more research is needed on this as children should also be included in it. The organization said- We know that this virus is fatal even for children. Mild symptoms have also been seen in them. But, it is also true that they have a much lower death rate.
New Zealand: Virus Control
New Zealand has once again succeeded in overcoming the virus through strict measures. There was no new case here on Tuesday for the second consecutive day. However, despite this, the Health Ministry is very cautious. Particularly, areas are being monitored where patients appeared in the first and second rounds. The government has issued a fresh guideline to Isolation and Quarantine facilities. So far 25 people have died of coronavirus in New Zealand.
Prime Minister Jasinda Ardern said on Tuesday – We cannot be careless about the situation. The risk of community spread can be fatal anytime. The restrictions will continue until Monday.
Health team examining people in the city of Wellington, New Zealand. The second round of infection is strictly controlled here. However, the restrictions will be continued until next week. (File)
UNICEF: Half of the world's children are not going to school
The epidemic has affected children to a great extent. UNICEF executive director Henrietta Forre said more than half of the children in 192 countries are unable to attend school. The epidemic has severely affected them. Around 16 crore school children are at home these days. Forre said- It is comforting that millions of children living in far-flung areas are able to get education through TV, Internet or any other medium.
The photo is of a school in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. Schools have been opened here twice since June, both cases of infection occurred and had to be closed. According to UNICEF, half of the world's children are still unable to attend school due to the epidemic. (File)