Schools closed in 102 countries, two million jobs at risk from the economic crisis

The virus spread to 1790 countries and the total number of deaths has risen to 8908 while the total number of victims has increased to 2 lakh 16 thousand 834 from 18,616 people.

In total, there are 84,383 Corona patients recovered in the world and 1 lakh 2 thousand 552 are undergoing treatment. Emergencies and lockdowns have been implemented in several countries. After the suspension of public and economic activities, the global economy is suffering from a slowdown due to which the world’s major economic forces are forced to finance such a large scale for the first time since World War II. On the other hand, there are also concerns about rising unemployment globally due to the economic situation. The International Labor Organization, a subsidiary of the United Nations, has warned of the loss of two million jobs worldwide due to the economic crisis caused by Corona.

Closing of educational institutions in 102 countries According to the UN Sub-Education Organization UNESCO, more than 85 million children and students are unable to reach homes and homes due to the closure of schools, colleges and universities in 102 countries in view of the Coronavirus precautions. Are. According to UNESCO, it is estimated that half of the total number of students in the world is currently missing out on normal teaching. After Italy, France and Spain on Wednesday, the UK also announced the closure of educational institutions on Friday.

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China

The Coronavirus originated in China, and as a result, more than 80,000 people were affected and more than 3200 were killed, but now there are reports of improvement in the situation. It is estimated that the number of Corona victims in China is now more than 16. The Coronavirus was completely controlled in 13 of the country’s 34 provinces. In many cities in China, travel restrictions are lifted and normal activities are being restored. The rate of local cases in China has dropped, but more cases of the virus are coming to the citizens coming from other countries.

Italy
Italy, the country most affected by the Coronavirus, has 475 deaths on Wednesday, bringing the total death toll to 2,978. The number of victims has increased by 19% so far. The total number of coronary patients in Italy has reached 35713. According to the Civil Protection Agency, 4025 victims have recovered in Italy, but 2257 patients are admitted to the intensive care unit. The Prime Minister of Italy has also called on Corona to assist retired medical staff in the wake of a serious situation.

 Spain

Spain, the third-largest country affected by the virus, has 491 deaths from the outbreak and the total number of patients has exceeded 11,000. Spain is the second-largest center in Europe after Italy. More than 15 days of lockdown have been announced in the country

The total number has grown to 988 after the Coronavirus killed 135 more people in Iran in 24 hours. According to state TV, there are 16169 victims of Corona in the country while 5389 patients have recovered. On the other hand, the United States on Tuesday announced further sanctions on Iran, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the United States will maintain the pressure to stop Iranian oil exports. The United States has also demanded the release of Iran’s detained Americans.

Germany

Coronavirus outbreaks are continuing in Europe after China and 64,000 people have been affected by the outbreak in the region, with 27 deaths confirmed so far. Germany’s Center for Disease Control has warned that if the preventive measures are not fully implemented, the country could be infected with 100 million viruses.

United States

The total number of Corona victims has exceeded 6400 and 110 deaths in 50 US states. The US government has announced a $ 10 trillion package to combat the economic loss and epidemic caused by the Coronavirus. Which is also considering offering a $ 1,000 direct check per US citizen.

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