The number of coronovirus cases worldwide has exceeded 26 million. International survey agency World Meters reported Bangladesh time at 8:30 am Monday. According to the organization’s website, 215 countries and regions of the world have so far been affected by the global coronavirus epidemic. Till date, the total number of infected people in the world is 27.88 million. Out of these 6 lakh 8 thousand 549 people have died. One crore 93 lakh 71 thousand 81 people have already been recovered.
In December 2019, coronavirus spread from Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubei Province. Although more than 63,000 people have been infected in the country of origin, the prevalence of the virus has decreased. However, the prevalence of this virus is increasing in other countries of the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global epidemic on March 11 in view of a 13-fold increase in the incidence of coronavirus outside China.
The transition to the two continents of America and South Asia is still growing rapidly. On the other hand, the corona is slightly stable in Europe, but there is a new outbreak of the disease. However, there is hope that the recovery rate is increasing rapidly after the outbreak.
According to world meters, the United States has the highest number of victims and deaths. The total number of victims is 84 lakh 70 thousand 250. One lakh 93 thousand 250 people have died.
India is in second place as the attacker. The total number of victims in the country is 42 lakh two thousand 572. Of these, 61,006 people have died.
The number of victims in Brazil is 41 lakh 37 thousand 606. Of these, one lakh 26 thousand 7 people have died.
The number of victims in the native country China is 65,134. Of these, 4 thousand 734 people have died. Although there are allegations against the country of hiding the real situation. One of Wuhan’s volunteers said, “Any sensible person would doubt this number (official figures).”
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed concern over the spread of coronavirus in young people in the Asia-Pacific region. Especially young people who do not have symptoms even after being infected are at greater risk to people at health risk. At a virtual press conference, West Pacific’s director of the World Health Organization, Takeshi Butcher, expressed such concerns.