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The number of coronavirus infected in the world exceeded 67 thousand

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The number of coronavirus infected in the world exceeded 67 thousand people, the number of victims – more than one and a half thousand. On the eve of the first case of the disease recorded in Egypt.

According to the local Ministry of Health, the infected is a Chinese citizen, the disease proceeds without symptoms. The infection was discovered during a routine check of all arriving in the country.

And in Spain, two patients whose body had previously discovered the coronavirus COVID-19 were discharged from hospitals. This was reported by local authorities. In both cases, we are also talking about foreigners infected outside the country.

Meanwhile, the Chinese authorities are making additional efforts to combat the spread of coronavirus. At the epicenter of the disease – the Chinese city of Wuhan – people were forbidden to leave residential neighborhoods.

More than 25 thousand medical workers have already been sent to Hubei Province to provide medical care.

The Japanese Ministry of Health may begin to use AIDS drugs to treat these patients. According to the agency, the medicine has already been successfully tested on one of the infected. Tests were conducted last month.

The United States expects to prepare 150 million doses of the vaccine by November; Five large pharmaceutical companies will be engaged in its production. Production will begin around mid-March. This was stated by Peter Navarro, head of the White House National Trade Council.

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