Coronavirus Latest Updates: As Global Cases touching 100,000, W.H.O. requests for Action

Coronavirus Latest Updates: As Global Cases touching 100,000, W.H.O. requests for Action

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Coronaviruses are a gathering of viruses that cause diseases in birds and mammals. In people, coronaviruses cause respiratory tract diseases that are ordinarily mild, for example, the common cold, however, rarer viruses such as SARS, MERS, and COVID-19 can be lethal. Symptoms vary in different species: in chickens, they cause an upper respiratory tract disease, while in cows and pigs they cause diarrhea.
 
Overview -
The coronavirus flare-up which spread from central China has now spread to in excess of 78 nations — from South Korea to Italy, Iran, Japan, and The United States. At any rate, 11 humans have died of the COVID-19 disease in the US. South Korea's absolute number of novel coronavirus contaminations — the most outside China, where the disease initially emerged — moved toward 6,000 as specialists announced 145 new cases. The all-out remained at 5,766, the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said, with 35 passing.
A man in Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad city tried positive for coronavirus,  making him the 30th patient to be contaminated in India. The moderately -aged man had a movement history to Iran where 77 individuals have died of coronavirus.

Overall view
Coronavirus Cases Deaths Recovered
96,621 3,308 53,952
 
Confirmed Cases and Deaths by Country
Country Total cases Total Deaths Active Cases Total Recovered Serious,
Critical
China 80,430 3,013 25,186 52,231 5,952
S.korea 6,088 40 5,913 135 52
Iran 3,513 107 2,667 739  
Italy 3,089 107 2,706 276 295
Germany 349 NA 333 16 2
Japan 331 6 282 43 29
France 285 4 269 12 15
Spain 248 3 243 2 7
USA 160 11 140 9 8
Singapore 117 NA 36 81 7
Hong Kong 105 2 66 37 6
 
Last updated: March 05, 2020
 
Conclusion - There are yet to be vaccines or medications to prevent or treat human coronavirus infections

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