President Sebastian Pinera mentions that the healthcare system of Chile is undergoing a great ordeal because of the accelerating rate of the global pandemic. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has outrageously already reached seventy thousand.
The situation is globally alarming. In Russia one hundred and fifty three deaths have been underlined. There are new positive cases daily there. Consequently, the total number has reached to 3, 541.
This time even Muslims across the globe have celebrated their annual festival namely Eid-Ul-Fitr under extremely strict stay-at-home orders in order to stay safe.
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An Eid-Ul-Fitr weekend lockdown has been made compulsory on the Turkey population. It should be noted that the country has officially confirmed thirty two new Covid-19 deaths and one hundred and eighty six contaminations in the last twenty four hours.
According to the experts, the United States is very much at risk but more at risk is the United Kingdom with 36,793 deaths from 258,511 cases, Italy with 32,785 deaths from 229,327 cases, Spain with 28,752 deaths and 235,772 cases and France at 28,332 deaths and 182,036 cases. Johns Hopkins University has officialised more than 342, 000 deaths so far.
The rising number of the global coronavirus contamination is shocking. While for some days the contamination rate seemed descending, after some days only it apparently doubled.
The situation, for instance, is again alarming in the United States, this time this is owing to the negligence of the people. Sanitary precautions are not being taken seriously by everyone.
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Many people are turning deaf ear to the global pandemic. Ontario, for example, was astounded over a large crew of people enjoying a sunny day at a Toronto park.
Doug Ford, the provincial premier mentions in a brief television interview “I thought it was a rock concert when I went out there. I was shocked. It’s just too many people, too close”.