Corona cases registered in America and France, panic in second wave in Europe

Corona cases registered in America and France, panic in second wave in Europe
In spite of taking millions of measures to overcome the grip of the corona virus, the rate of infection in America is not decreasing. According to a Johns Hopkins University report, more than 83,000 new cases of corona virus infection have been reported in the US on Saturday. This is the highest number of corona patients recorded in the US on a single day. On the other hand, France also recorded record cases of corona virus on Saturday.

In France, the corona virus is wreaking havoc. In the last one day, 45 thousand new cases of Corona virus have been reported in France. Which is a record increase in the number of infected in a day. According to Britain's National Health Service, there have been 23012 cases of corona virus in the last 24 hours. Just four days ago, 26688 patients were found in the UK, the highest number of patients in a single day.

According to data published by Johns Hopkins University, the number of deaths from Kovid-19 in the US has now risen to 223,995. Accordingly, 83,757 new cases were reported on Friday, which is higher than 77,362 cases of 16 July. It is having an impact in every part of the country. Health officials in Florida have appealed to people not to do parties on their children's birthdays.

At the same time, the number of patients at a hospital in Northern Idaho has grown so much that there is a shortage of space and there are ideas of sending patients by helicopter to Seattle, Portland, Oregon. New daily average cases in the US crossed 61,140 on Thursday, compared to an average of 44,647 two weeks ago. Earlier on July 22, it averaged 67,293.

Like the countries of Europe, infection cases have increased in the US. In Rome, Paris, and other countries, many big steps are being taken to slow the pace of the epidemic, along with nighttime recreational spots. Britain has again declared strict lockouts in many of its states. There, there is a complete ban on anyone going out of the house except for essential services.

The head of the World Health Organization, Tedros Edholm Ghebreyes, has warned countries in the Northern Hemisphere (mainly European) that they are at a critical juncture as the number of infections and deaths from it is increasing. He said that the next few months are going to be extremely difficult and some countries are on dangerous path.

An order has been issued in South Dakota that all non-essential travel and non-essential activities be discontinued by the morning of October 30. In one of Florida's most populous counties, health officials have appealed to parents not to hold a party on children's birthdays. At the same time, Governor Greg Abbott in Texas is sending more medical officers to the El Paso area in the wake of increasing cases of Corosia infection. Along with this, steps are being taken to prevent the epidemic in many other cities and counties.

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