Death toll from corona has dropped worldwide

  |  Sunday, September 26th, 2021 |  6:19 am

Although the increase in immunization rates and compliance with hygiene rules has given the epidemic coronavirus some relief, the effects are still there. Despite the impact, the number of deaths and injuries around the world has decreased in the last one day. The number of well-being has also increased significantly.

In the last 24 hours, 5,938 people have died due to corona. Three lakh 60 thousand have been affected.

As of the writing of this report on Sunday, 23 crore 22 lakh 6 thousand 613 people have been identified worldwide, according to the data of World Meter. 48 lakh 57 thousand 299 people have died. 20 crore 8 lakh 65 thousand 598 people have returned home after recovering from Corona.

Corona is the most common cause of death in the United States. Corona has been identified in the country of more than four crore 37 lakh people. Besides, seven lakh six thousand 57 people have died.

Neighboring India is in second place in terms of casualties in Corona. Corona has so far been identified in the country as more than three crore 36 lakh 51 thousand people. Four lakh 46 thousand 946 people have died from this virus.

Brazil is in the third position in the list. Corona has been identified in the country of more than two crore 13 lakh 43 thousand people. Five lakh 94 thousand 246 people have died.

In Bangladesh, which is at number 29 in the list, 15 lakh 50 thousand 371 people have been identified as corona and 26 thousand 393 people have died. Now there are 12 thousand 611 corona patients. Of these, 1641 are in critical condition.

Vaccination activities are in full swing in different countries of the world. In the meantime, most countries have vaccinated most of their adult populations. Corona restrictions have been relaxed as vaccination rates have increased. Even most countries have resumed normal activities. The travel ban has been lifted. However, in some cases quarantine and in most cases vaccination has been made compulsory.

Incidentally, in December 2019, the first coronavirus patient was identified in Wuhan, China. Then on March 11 last year, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared Corona a ‘global epidemic’. Earlier, on January 20 of the same year, the agency declared a state of emergency around the world.