Coronavirus updates:Here's the latest updates on worldwide

The number of Corona victims in the world has increased from 4,077,000 to 279,000 deaths

The number of people infected with the coronavirus in the world has risen to more than 4,077,000 and 279,043 patients have died, while more than 1,417,000 patients infected with the epidemic have recovered.


According to DW News Spot, the world has become helpless in the face of the Coronavirus and many countries all efforts to control the epidemic are proving futile. In Russia, more than 11,000 new cases of corona have been reported in a single day, bringing the total number of patients to 200,000.


Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated in South Korea. As a precautionary measure, clubs and restaurants in the capital, Seoul, were closed. The British government has also decided to take further security measures and has begun a 14-day quarantine plan for foreigners. Passengers will be housed in private houses and rest houses. Violators of the lockdown will also be fined £1,000.


Passengers' temperatures will be checked before boarding a flight in France. Fever-stricken passengers will not be allowed on board. Meanwhile, China has offered help, fearing the spread of the coronavirus in North Korea.


Vaccines not possible before 2021, World Health Organization


According to a report by a foreign news agency, the officials of the World Health Organization have said that a vaccine for the coronavirus is not likely to be introduced before the end of 2021. Dale Fisher, a senior member of the World Health Organization, said that although coronavirus vaccines have entered the testing phase in many countries, they will not be available until the end of 2021.


6 killed in food distribution protests in Afghanistan


According to a foreign news agency, six people, including two police officers and four civilians, were killed in a protest by angry people during the distribution of food during the Coronavirus epidemic in the western province of Ghor, Afghanistan. Elected legislator Gul Zaman Naib says protests began over the distribution of aid to politically motivated individuals.


One kilometre long queue for food even in a rich city


Rich countries are also being affected by the global economic crisis caused by the Coronavirus epidemic. Food was distributed on Saturday in Geneva, Switzerland's richest city, which is considered one of the developed countries. Thousands of people started queuing at 5 am to get it. The line was one kilometre long.


Unemployment in the United States is expected to reach 25%


According to the American News Agency, the unemployment rate in the United States has reached 14.7%. This rate has reached the level of the Great Depression of 1939. The figures cited by the Labor Department paint an even more grim picture.


According to the department, the unemployment rate in the country is 23.6% which was 25 per cent during the recession and it is feared that this rate will increase to 25% in the next few months. President Trump, on the other hand, has said he will not act "quickly" to provide more financial support to tackle unemployment.


Coronavirus increases hatred and attacks on Muslims around the world, UN says


UN Secretary-General António Guterres says the Coronavirus has caused a tsunami of hatred, false ideas and attacks on Muslims around the world, with refugees being considered a source of the virus and medical aid. Stopping. He said insulting memes were being made against the elderly, while journalists, medical staff and human rights activists were being targeted.


Antonio Guterres said that we all need to strengthen the tolerance in society against the virus of hatred, so all people are requested to make efforts to eradicate hatred from the world. He appealed to all political leaders to show solidarity with the society and establish social harmony.

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