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This photo is from California, USA. Healthcare worker applying corona vaccine to 31-year-old Sylvia Espinoza.
The crisis of Corona is once again deepening worldwide. In the last 24 hours, more than 4.6 lakh cases have been reported in Corona. At the same time, more than 9 thousand people lost their lives due to the epidemic. In the US most affected by Corona, 57,144 cases were reported on the previous day and around 1500 people died.
On the other hand, the situation in Corona in Brazil is getting worse. The past day saw the highest number of 80,955 new cases in the world and 2349 people also died. This is the largest number of deaths a day. Earlier on March 9, 1972 people died due to the epidemic here.
Entry of foreign spectators banned in Olympics
The Japanese government has banned the entry of foreign spectators to the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics because of Corona. According to the news agency, viewers will not be allowed to attend the opening ceremony of Torch Relay on March 25.
Health Minister of Australia, Corona
Australia’s Health Minister Greg Hunt has been admitted to the hospital after an infection. The government gave this information on Tuesday. Hunt was given the AstraZeneca vaccine on the weekend. Hunt’s office issued a statement saying that his health was constantly being monitored and a liquid diet with antibiotics was being given.
Number of patients in the world is more than 11.86 crores
The number of corona patients in the world exceeded 11.86 crores. More than 92.42 million people have been cured. So far, over 26 lakh 31 thousand people have lost their lives. More than 20 million corona patients are currently being treated worldwide. These figures are according to www.worldometers.info/coronavirus.
Top 10 countries, where most people have been infected so far
(These figures are according to www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/)