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COVID-19 kills over 34,000 across world


30 March 2020  

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KATHMANDU: With the coronavirus gaining its foothold on every continent except for Antarctica, the deadly virus has claimed over 34,000 across the world.

Similarly, over 723,328 people have been infected with the novel virus, of which 145, 971 have recovered after treatment. It has spread to over 200 countries.

Italy is the worst-hit of all. The death toll in Italy has surged to 10, 779 after 756 died in the last 24 hours.

The infection has not stopped in the European country despite the lockdown imposed by the authorities.

The number of infected in Italy has reached 97,698 after 5,217 new cases appeared. The condition of 3,906 among 73,880 undergoing treatment is critical.

According to health authorities, 13, 030 people have returned home after recovery.

Likewise, American has topped the list of coronavirus-affected countries where 248 died and 17, 981 were infected in the last 24 hours.

With the figures, the total death toll in the US has reached 2, 468 while the number of infected has climbed to 141, 568. As many as 4,435 people have recovered after treatment.

According to health authorities, the condition of 2,970 among 134,000 who are undergoing treatment is critical.

American has imposed an indefinite state of emergency and banned all international flights after the novel virus has spread to its all states.

On the other hand, Chinese Wuhan City where the novel virus broke out has not witnessed any new cases in the last 24 hours. A total of 3,300 people have died in China so far.

Similarly, 6, 803 people have died in Spain and over 80,000 have been infected.

A total of 2,640 have died in Iran and 2, 606 in Spain. The death toll is likely to go up in these countries, too, as the infection rate is ever increasing, according to health authorities.

Publish Date : 30 March 2020 08:56 AM

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