PublicNews18: Corona deaths continue worldwide, Norway announces control of virus
On the one hand, the death toll from Corona continues around the world, on the other hand, Norway has declared a global epidemic.
According to Johns Hopkins University, 1,350 more people have died in the United States in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths in the United States to 55,415, while the number of victims has risen to 9 since new cases emerged. It has exceeded 87,300.
The New York governor has hinted at a partial end to the lockdown after May 15, but said the decision to reopen New York City would be made in consultation with New Jersey and Connecticut officials.
On the other hand, the US state of Hawaii has extended the lockdown till May 31.
Deaths and new cases continue to rise in Italy, Spain and France, Europe’s worst-affected countries, but the number of cases and deaths is steadily declining.
The United Kingdom is one of the countries most affected by the corona virus, with 20,732 people killed so far, while the death toll in Germany has risen to nearly 6,000.
Iran has also largely controlled the global epidemic, but the death toll has risen to 5,710 and the number of patients to 90,481.
Two weeks later, one death and three new cases were reported in China, bringing the death toll to 4,633 and the number of patients to 82,830.
In Norway, schools have reopened following the announcement of the corona virus.
Nursery schools for 6- to 10-year-olds in Oslo opened a week ago, and classes at the opening schools have grown to at least 15 students.
In Norway, the government began easing sanctions on March 12 to combat the spread of the corona virus.
Officials say that despite the control of Corona, many precautionary measures will continue in the reopened business, while restrictions on sports and cultural events will remain in place.
The number of people infected with the corona virus in the United Arab Emirates has risen to more than 10,000, with 76 people killed so far.
It should be noted that so far 29,95,152 people have been infected with the corona virus worldwide, out of which more than 270,000 people have died and 881,551 have recovered.