Only one active case of Coronavirus in New Zealand, critical situation in other countries

Only one active case of Coronavirus in New Zealand, critical situation in other countries
Only one active case of Coronavirus in New Zealand, critical situation in other countries

In New Zealand, the coronavirus has almost disappeared, and the country with a population of 5 million is the only active case of the epidemic to date, but the situation remains critical in other countries of the world and the virus is much larger in Pakistan. There have been many deaths.

Despite the gradual opening of commercial establishments in the United States, more than two million people became unemployed due to conditions created by the epidemic last week. There is now an increasing fear that the corona virus may cause long-term damage to the world's largest economy.

Fourteen million Americans have applied for unemployment benefits since the lockout in mid-March, according to the latest data from the US Department of Labor. The matter of leaving the US job.
There have been no new cases of coronavirus in New Zealand since a week. Of the 1,504 people affected by coronovirus in the country, 22 have died and the rest have recovered, except one.

Pakistan has recorded 57 deaths due to corona virus on Friday, the highest number of deaths in a day since the epidemic started in the country. With this, the total number of epidemic deaths in the country has crossed 1,300 and the number of infection cases has gone up to 64 thousand.

It has been decided to relax the imprisonment in Manila, Philippines, after a stringent ban for more than two months, where there had recently been an increase in cases of coronovirus.

The epidemic has caused the highest number of deaths in America. The number of Americans and deaths has crossed the 1.01,000 mark. However, there are some encouraging signs in the country's economic data. Since the onset of the crisis, the number of people entitled to unemployment benefits has fallen from 25 million to 20 million. The US unemployment rate was 14.7 percent in April, and many economists say it will be 20 percent in May.

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