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Coronavirus: Over 300,000 cases worldwide – WHO

The World Health Organisation, WHO, has confirmed that there are actually over 300,000 cases worldwide.

WHO director-normal, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who made the affirmation on Monday, stated it took 67 days for the primary 100,000 cases to be confirmed, 11 days for the following 100,000, and solely 4 for the final 100,000.
Describing the event as ‘heartbreaking’, Ghebreyesus acknowledged that the variety of infections amongst docs and care personnel is very alarming.
“When the individuals who maintain the sick grow to be ailing themselves, many extra folks will die,’’ he warned.
He additionally known as on Group of 20 nations to work collectively to ratchet up the manufacturing of protecting gear.

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Tedros additionally stated that these supplies should be distributed pretty and arrive the place they’re wanted most.

NAN studies that the G20 consists of an important industrialised and rising nations, which collectively account for over 80 per cent of the world’s gross home product (GDP).

Meanwhile, Nigeria on Monday confirmed its first coronavirus death and 36th case.

The sufferer is a 67-year-previous man who returned to the nation following medical remedy within the United Kingdom, UK.

He was recognized as a former Managing Director of Pipelines and Products Marketing Company (PPMC), Suleiman Achimugu.


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