Total Recovered Coronavirus patients in India,The coronavirus had might have claimed more than 16,000 live worldwide but the total number of COVID-19 recovery cases have crossed 1 lakh mark on Tuesday. As many as 102,069 people have been recovered globally from the coronavirus disease.
The coronavirus has claimed more than 16,000 live worldwide so far, but the total number of COVID-19 recovery cases has crossed 1 lakh mark on Tuesday. As many as 102,069 people have been recovered globally from the coronavirus disease. In India, a total of 37 coronavirus patients have been recovered as of now and while nine people have lost their lives. The total number of infected coronavirus patients in India is 451.
The Central and State governments have evoked lockdown in various districts in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus. Kerala with 87 positive cases, has the highest number of coronavirus patient while Maharashtra has 84 infected coronavirus cases.
In China, the epicenter of the COVID-19 epidemic, has the highest number of recovery cases with 73,159. While the hotspot, Italy is severely suffered due to the coronavirus disease as only 7,432 recovery cases reported in the country with 6,077 fatalities so far. The total number of COVID-19 positive cases in Italy is 63,927 till now
However, in many recovery cases, the virus has also reappeared for the second time with a more impact that also caused the death of the recovered patient. This is why, the COVID-19 cured patients are being discharged only after 14 days of the recovery. Doctors also advise the discharged patient to take utmost care as the coronavirus disease takes a toll on the immune system.
After Italy, now the United States is witnessing a rapid upsurge in coronavirus cases. Meanwhile, Spain, Germany, and Iran are the other countries that are highly affected by the COVID-19 virus.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Global death toll surges past 16,500; nearly 190 nations affected
As the COVID-19 is unfolding, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects that the coronavirus will cause a global recession in 2020 that will be as bad as 2008 financial crisis, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva has said.
The deadly coronavirus, which had its roots in China has taken a toll over nearly 190 nations across the globe. As on March 24, 7:55 am, the global fatalities resulting out of COVID-19 reached 16,514, with 3,78,849 confirmed cases from across the world. In India, a total of 468 positive cases of coronavirus have been registered so far, while the death toll stands at 9. According to the data, a total of 34 patients have so far recovered from novel coronavirus across India. Not just fatalities and economic slowdown, the widespread reach of COVID-19 has also led to a shortage of supply of essential goods and has caused huge financial loss at the stock market. India, along with several other nations is on lockdown, to contain the further spread of coronavirus.
Besides China, the following countries are worst-hit by the global pandemic
Iran: On Monday, Iran said that 127 people in the country have succumbed to the novel coronavirus in the last 24 hours, raising the death toll to 1,812.
The deadly virus has affected more than 33,000 people in Spain and more than 2,000 have died due to the virus.
Italy: Another 602 people died from the COVID-19 infection in Italy in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of coronavirus deaths in the country to 6,078, Angelo Borrelli, the head of the National Civil Protection Agency said.
France: French Health Minister, Olivier Veran said that the country registered more than 3,000 new cases of the coronavirus disease in 24 hours, bringing the total to 19,856, and 860 deaths.
United Kingdom: The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the United Kingdom increased by 967 to over the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 6,650, the Health Ministry said on Monday.
United States: According to the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Centre, the number of confirmed cases in the United States has increased to 35,225, while the death toll reached 473.
Meanwhile, the World Bank expects to begin distributing funds from a USD 6 billion emergency package this week for nearly 50 countries to respond to the novel coronavirus pandemic, President of the World Bank Group David Malpass said in a speech on Monday.
Amid the outbreak, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for an immediate halt of fighting worldwide in order to focus together on combating the novel coronavirus pandemic.
As the COVID-19 is unfolding, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects that the coronavirus will cause a global recession in 2020 that will be as bad as 2008 financial crisis, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said on Monday.