More than 95,000 people die from Corona virus worldwide

The hospital in Brooklyn had to temporarily leave the body of the patient in refrigerated cars due to lack of space. Photo: AP.
The hospital in Brooklyn had to temporarily leave the body of the patient in refrigerated cars due to lack of space. Photo: AP.

The total number of corona virus deaths globally reaches nearly 95,000, of which the US has just taken over the number two position in Spain with more than 16,000 deaths.

Specifically, the number of deaths from Covid-19 globally has reached 94,807, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Spain recorded 15,238 deaths, about 700 fewer than the US.

Italy is the country with the highest number of deaths in the world with 17,669 cases.

According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, the number of worldwide infections is 1,587,209 and 94,850 corona virus deaths recorded in 209 countries and territories, an increase of 76,105 and 6,512, respectively. before. A total of 353,291 people have recovered.

At the hot spot of the epidemic in the US, New York state continued to record a record number of deaths on April 9. New York governor Andrew Cuomo said the number of deaths across the state on April 9 was 799, 20 more than the previous day and a record ever.

According to CNBC, the state of New York is the most heavily affected by Covid-19 across the United States, with more than 81,800 virus infections in New York City alone, nearly the total number of infections in China. Across the state, the number of infected people has reached 151,000 cases.

“We are in a battle, right, but this is like a battle. Before you talk about restarting the economy, you need to mention the damage done to society today, which is very serious. “, Mr. Cuomo said during a press conference in Albany.

On the morning of April 9, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio warned that the city may need to tighten the rules to keep social distance in order to control the spread of the virus, and prevent the disease from recurring. outbreak.

A medical attendant in protective gear walked down the street in Brooklyn on April 9. Photo: Getty Images.
A medical attendant in protective gear walked down the street in Brooklyn on April 9. Photo: Getty Images.

Deaths in Italy rebounded

Italy recorded a higher number of infections and deaths on April 9, while the government considered extending the blockade nationwide.

The country’s Civil Protection Agency recorded 4,204 new infections, compared with 3,836 of the previous day.

There were 610 new deaths from the virus within 24 hours, compared to 542 the previous day, bringing the total number of victims of the disease to 18,279 in Italy – the world leader in deaths.

Across Italy a total of 143,626 cases. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte is preparing to extend the blockade, which is due to expire on April 13, two more weeks, according to some unnamed officials.

Spain added 446 deaths

Spain recorded 446 more deaths on April 9, bringing the total number of deaths from the corona virus to 15,238.

An additional 4,204 new cases have been discovered, bringing the total to 152,446. In terms of cases, the country is the largest epidemic region in Europe and the second largest in the world, after the US.

Experts say Covid-19 in Spain is entering a period of stagnation. However, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez decided to extend the “national alarm” order until midnight on April 25 to prevent the epidemic, despite economic losses.

An additional 1,359 deaths in France

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was released from intensive care on Wednesday evening and is in the process of recovering from Covid-19 infection. Photo: AFP.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was released from intensive care on Wednesday evening and is in the process of recovering from Covid-19 infection. Photo: AFP.

France recorded 1,359 deaths on April 9, bringing the country’s total to 12,228.

An additional 5,831 new infections have been published, bringing the total number of corona-positive cases in the country to 118,781.

The blockade in France began on March 17, expected to last until April 15. However, the French government announced that it would extend the blockade because it effectively curbed the outbreak.

He recorded an additional 895 deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing the death toll from the corona virus to 7,992. The number of cases in the country is now the fifth largest epidemic in Europe, reaching 65,863.

The Prime Minister’s office announced on April 9 that after 3 nights in the intensive care unit, Prime Minister Boris Johnson had left the intensive care unit.

Dominic Raab, who temporarily took over Mr. Johnson’s duties during this period, earlier said the prime minister was “making positive progress”, according to the Guardian.

Prime Minister Johnson was admitted to the hospital on April 5 after showing symptoms of Covid-19, including a constant cough and fever. He was taken to intensive care on 6/4.

Nearly 82,000 infections in China

China recorded an additional 38 cases of imported Covid-19 and 47 asymptomatic cases, bringing the total number of infected people in the country to 81,907.

The number of deaths recorded was 3,336, of which Hubei Province reported one more but there were no new infections.

Source: https://behecare.com/

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