Over 83,000 affected by Covid-19 worldwide

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The number of people infected with the new coronavirus (Covid-19) which has appeared in China’s Wuhan city and subsequently spread worldwide has risen to over 83,000.

The coronavirus epidemic has so far killed 2,886 people, of which 2,788 in mainland China, two in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, 26 in Iran, 15 in Italy, 13 in South Korea, 8 in Japan, 2 in France, 2 in Taiwan and one person in the Philippines.

The number of people affected by the virus in China reached 78,824 while 92 cases were registered in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and 10 in the Macao Special Administrative Region. Also in Taiwan 32 people are designated with Covid-19.

It is also said to have exceeded the number of people infected with the new coronavirus (Covid-19) worldwide by more than 83,000.

According to data compiled by authorized health institutions and local press of countries reporting coronavirus outbreaks the number of cases is as follows:

“South Korea 2.022, Japan 918, Italy 650, Iran 254, Singapore 96, US 60, Kuwait 43, Thailand 40, France 38, Bahrain 33, Australia 23, Malaysia 23, Germany 21, United Arab Emirates 19, Spain 17 , Vietnam 16, UK 15, Canada 14, Sweden 7, Iraq 6, Oman 6, Russia 5, Switzerland 5, India 3, Philippines 3, Croatia 3, Greece 3, Israel 3, Lebanon 3, Austria 2, Pakistan 2 , Finland 2, and 1 case in Algeria, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Belgium, Egypt, Afghanistan, Brazil, Georgia, North Macedonia, Estonia, Netherlands, Romania, Norway, Denmark and New Zealand”.


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