Coronavirus: More than 5 lakh deaths due to corona in US, UK infected over 12 million

Digital Desk, Washington. The number of people killed by coronaviruses in America continues to rise. According to John Hopkins University’s Center for System Science and Engineering (CSSE), the death toll from the coronavirus epidemic here has reached its peak.

According to CSSE data, the Xinhua news agency reported in its report that while the number of corona cases in the US has reached 2.81 crore, the number of deaths here on Monday reached 5 lakh 71. At the same time, 10 thousand 641 new people in Britain have been found positive in the investigation of coronavirus, including which the number of infected in the country has gone up to 42 million 12 thousand 6 thousand 150. These have been revealed in the official figures released on Monday.

CSSE data showed that California, ahead of New York, is at the forefront of deaths from Corona. Here 49 thousand 439 patients have lost their lives. New York is second with 46 thousand 917 deaths. After this, Texas and Florida are at number three and fourth with 42 thousand 291 and 30 thousand 65 deaths.

Other states in the United States that have suffered more than 15,000 deaths include Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Michigan, Massachusetts, and Arizona. America is one of the countries in the world that Corona has influenced the most. It tops the list of corona cases and deaths. Of all the cases of corona in the world, 25 percent are from the US alone, while in the case of deaths this figure is more than 20 percent.

According to the report of Xinhua News Agency, there have also been 178 new deaths related to the coronavirus epidemic in the UK and with this the death toll has risen to 1 lakh 20 thousand 757. This figure includes only those people who died within just 28 days of Corona’s first investigation. It has been revealed in recent figures that the first dose of corona vaccine has been given to more than 17.7 million people in the UK. Also, on Monday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his much awaited roadmap to loosen the lockdown.

Johnson told MPs in the House of Commons, the lower house of the British Parliament, that schools would reopen in England from 8 March. In the second phase, non-essential retail shops, hairdressers and public buildings such as libraries and museums will reopen from 12 April. The third phase will begin on May 17, under which the Rule of Six will be removed and 30 people will now be allowed to gather together in the outdoors. Beginning June 21, all legal social restrictions are expected to be lifted in the fourth phase, under which nightclubs, etc. will be opened.


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