Coronavirus death toll surpass 25000
Sunbd Desk || Published: 2020-03-27 16:33:50 || Updated: 2020-03-27 16:34:03
Deaths toll and new cases from the deadly coronavirus are increasing every minute. According to Worldometer Live data until this report, 25,044 people have died in COVID-19 all over the world and infected 5,52,632 people.
The United States now has more coronavirus cases than any other country with close to 86,000 infections, according to Johns Hopkins University. The country recorded 1,306 death from the deadly virus while 1868 recovered.
However, Italy has surpassed China in the death toll from the coronavirus. The country recorded 712 deaths in the last 24 hours and taking the total to 8,215. In addition, 80,589 people were infected.
On the other hand, coronavirus is also spreading slowly in Bangladesh with 4 new cases the total cases rose to 48 in the South Asian Nation. So far, 5 people died of the virus while 11 recovered and most of them are expatriates.
Doctors say the coronavirus can cause infections in the lungs of humans and animals. The virus is spreading from person to person through cold or flu-like coughs. The main symptoms of the virus are respiratory, fever, cough, pneumonia, etc. Moreover, one or more organs of the body may become inactive and cause death.
The only way to prevent the virus is to stay away from infected people. Therefore, Chinese scientists have suggested going to doctors if such symptoms found in any one’s body.
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