Corona in the world: the highest number of 2108 deaths in a day in America, more than one lakh deaths in the world
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Corona World Pandemic
1 – Record 2108 deaths in America
America has become the first country where more than 2000 deaths a day have occurred due to the corona epidemic. According to John Hopkins University, 2108 people have died here in the last 24 hours.
2 – WHO paid attention to PCR test
WHO Executive Director Dr. Michael J. Ryan said, ‘Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) based testing is probably the most accurate way to determine if someone is infected with a corona. Governments should specifically detect whether an infection is PCR-based or any other kind of testing.
Ryan continued. In general, PCR-based tests are better to tell if you are infected and serology testing is better to find out if you have been infected recently or in the past.
3 – Maldives said thanks to India
Maldives Foreign Minister Abdullah Shahid thanked the Government of India after India approved hydroxychloroquine drugs. He said, ‘This drug will be important in the fight against Kovid-19. He said, ‘Whatever work comes at the time of need is really friend.’
4 – 1000th death in Brazil
According to the Brazilian Ministry of Health, the death toll has increased to a thousand.
5 – More than 100,000 deaths in the world
According to the news agency AFP, the death toll worldwide has increased to more than 100,000.
6 – More than 13000 deaths in France
There have been 987 deaths in France, with the number of deaths here has exceeded 13000.
7 – Lockdown increased in Italy
The Prime Minister of Italy extended the lockdown in the country until 3 May.
8 – More than thousand deaths in turkey
More than 1000 people have died due to coronavirus in Turkey. This information was given by the Turkish Health Minister to the news agency AFP.
9 – Record 980 deaths in Britain
In Britain, Corona continues to wreak havoc. A record 980 people died on Friday. The health minister gave this information to the news agency AFP.
10 – Pakistan: Stampede disbursement of aid during lockdown, one dead
A nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of the corona virus caused a stampede when cash was distributed to needy people, killing one woman and injuring twenty others. Pakistani police and rescue officials gave this information.
11- 122 people died in Iran in last 24 hours
On Friday, 122 people died of the corona virus in Iran, after which the total number of people who died of corona infection reached 4,232. The Health Ministry said that corona virus has been confirmed in 1,972 people in the last 24 hours, after which the total number of people suffering from infection has increased to 68,192.
12 – Boris Johnson came out of ICU
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to the General Ward outside the Intensive Care Cell (ICU) of the London Hospital. However, he is still under close supervision of the doctors here. Corona virus infection was confirmed in them.
Around eight thousand people have died in Britain due to the corona virus. Downing Street said 55-year-old Johnson, admitted to the ward of St. Thomas’ Hospital, was boosted. At the same time his father Stanley Johnson has advised his son to rest.
13 – Lowest death in spain in 17 days
In Spain, 605 people died in one day from the Corona virus, the lowest death toll in 17 days.
14 – Britain government will take back British citizens trapped in India
The UK government announced the withdrawal of more than 3,000 British nationals stranded in India with 12 additional charter flights amid lockdowns.
These additional flights have been arranged from various parts of India including Punjab, Gujarat, West Bengal and South India.
Earlier, seven charter flights from Goa, Mumbai and New Delhi were announced last week.
Minister Tariq Ahmed in the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office said that we are doing everything we can to bring back thousands of British tourists back home.
15 – Indian consulate is helping Indians trapped in America
The Indian Consulate is providing all possible help to keep thousands of Indian people trapped in the US amidst unprecedented situation arising out of Coronavirus.
People traveling to meet Indian students, business travelers and families are stranded in the US due to sudden cancellations of flights to India and other parts of the world.
At the time of this unpredictable crisis, Consulates dealing with Indian-American diplomatic affairs in Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas are helping people on their way home by giving them essentials and directions.
Indian Consulate General in Houston Aseem Mahajan said that the embassy has been working in this emergency since March 14 and is providing the necessary help and information to the people.
At present, there is no plan to take these people out from India because no aircraft is coming to India till 14 April.
16 – White House accuses Voice of America of promoting China’s propaganda
The White House has said that the US-funded global media network ‘Voice of America’ (VOA) is promoting China’s propaganda about the coronavirus.
White House has launched a campaign against this network, broadcasting in several languages, especially in developing countries.
The White House, in its newsletter ‘1600 Daily’, cited a VOA broadcast that described China’s Wuhan lockdown or shutdown as successful.
Wuhan was the main center of infection for the virus in China. The VOA called it a ‘successful model’, stating that many countries adopted the lockdown.
17 – Inflation eased amid looseness of lockdown in China
According to official data released on Friday in China, the rate of inflation has become the lowest since last October due to the fall in food prices.
Significantly, China, recovering from the corona virus epidemic, is now gradually ending the lockdown.
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said that the rate of increase in consumer prices has come down to 4.3 percent in March after rising 5.2 percent in February. Earlier Bloomberg had predicted inflation to be 4.9 percent.
18 – PM Modi spoke with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
PM Modi discussed the Corona virus with PM Shinzo Abe of Japan. After the discussion, Modi said that there was a fruitful discussion on the Corona crisis with my friend Japanese PM.
He said that India-Japan’s special strategic and global partnership can help develop new technology and solutions for the world after dealing with Corona.
It will be beneficial for the people of our country, for the Indo-Pacific region and for the world.
19 – US lawmakers demand China to shut down global animal markets
An all-party group of American lawmakers has asked China to immediately close all its animal markets (wet markets) because the disease is a very high risk for animals to reach humans.
Mammals, species, fish, etc. are sold alive in various markets with fresh meat.
In a letter to Qi Tinakai, China’s ambassador to the US, the senators said that in the letter we make an urgent request to China to immediately close the weight markets.
He said Gao Fu, director of China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention, has acknowledged that the source of the coronavirus is organisms being sold illegally in the seafood market in Wuhan, China.
20 – Lockdown will be effective for two more weeks in South Africa
South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has extended the 21-day nationwide shutdown imposed for two weeks in the wake of the Coronavirus global epidemic.
The President also said that the top management of the cabinet and the government will take a third salary for the next three months to contribute to the solidarity fund.
Warning against abruptly ending the bandh, the President said that if we abolish the bandh abruptly, we will lose sight of the achievements achieved in the last few weeks.
According to the Corona Virus Tracker from Johns Hopkins University, the total number of infected people in South Africa is 1,934 and 18 people have died.
21 – 280 new cases in Pakistan, number of infected reached 4601
There have been 280 new cases of corona virus in Pakistan, with the total number of infected patients has reached 4601.
Health officials said on Friday that 66 people have died so far from Corona in Pakistan.
22 – First case surfaced in Yemen
The first case of corona virus has been reported in Yemen.
23 – Indian-American community raised six million dollars for relief work
IndiaSpora, a high-profile group of top indian-american businessmen and leaders, has raised $ 6 million to provide relief to poor people affected by the Corona virus epidemic in the US and India.
Former CEO of PepsiCo Indra Nooyi said that the epidemic has brought out the already existing hunger crisis.
IndiaSpora has raised US $ 500,000 from its network through the campaign ‘ChaloGive’ launched for Covid-19, IndiaSpora announced a donation of one million dollars for its online campaign started on Friday.
Anand Rajaraman, a very big entrepreneur and capitalist from Silicon Valley and a member of the IndiaSpora Founders Circle, said that due to Kovid-19 we are facing an unprecedented situation.
Former Infosys founder Nandan Nilekani and his wife Rohini Nilekani and Bollywood actress Nandita Das also supported the campaign.
24 – 250 tenants’ rent waived in New York, owner said – Neighbors are not hungry
A landlord in New York, struggling with the Corona virus crisis, waived the rent of its 250 tenants while performing the duty of humanity.
Mario Salarno, owner of 18 apartments in New York, has told renters that he does not need to take any stress. Just keep watching if a neighbor has any food or drink. Nobody should be hungry.
According to a report, about 40 percent of people in New York are not in a position to pay rent due to the Corona crisis.
25 – The Corona crisis also stopped the work of Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building.
Due to Corona, work has been stopped in Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building.
Its purpose is to stop the spread of corona. UAE developer Emaar Properties has stopped all major projects along with Burj Khalifa.
Before stopping work on Burj Khalifa, the message of ‘stay at home and stay safe’ was given through lighting.
26 – Large number of deaths in New York for the third consecutive day
On Thursday, for the third consecutive day in New York, 799 cases of coronation virus death were reported.
On Wednesday too, there were 799 deaths in the state and 779 before that.
State Governor Andrew Cuomo said 2,753 people were killed in the 9/11 terrorist attack, which is considered the darkest day in New York history.
The Corona virus crisis has so far claimed 7,067 lives in New York.
27 – Britain’s Prime Minister exits ICU
Corona-infected UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has walked out of the ICU. On Sunday, seeing his condition deteriorating, he was admitted to the ICU of St Thomas Hospital in London.
He was treated here under the supervision of a high-powered medical team. After being treated in the ICU for three nights, he was shifted to the ward again after seeing his condition improve on Thursday.
He is being supervised by a team of doctors. Boris Johnson’s Corona Report came out positive on March 27. After this he had isolated himself.
28 – 1783 deaths in 24 hours in America
According to John Hopkins University, 1783 people have died in the US in the last 24 hours. The death toll here has exceeded 16000.
In the US, more than 4.6 million people are infected with corona.
The transition has severely affected the American economy and in just three weeks 16 million people have become unemployed.
More than 9,000 people have died and more than 2,20,000 cases have been reported in the New York metropolitan area alone.
29 – UN chief appeals to the Security Council to remain united on the epidemic
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on the Security Council to remain united in dealing with the Kovid-19 epidemic.
They called it a generational battle.
Appealing to the Security Council for the first meeting on the corona virus via video conferencing, on Thursday said that it is very important for the council to unite and take a resolution to deal with it in this difficult time.