More than one million people die and more than five lakh people die
Kovid-19 has reached 213 countries in six months. More than one crore people are infected. More than five lakh people died. More sickness and deaths are in the US. More than 26 lakh people became infected and 1.28 lakh deaths were reported. In Brazil, more than 13.7 million people were infected and 58385 people died. There are more than 6.5 lakh patients in Russia. 9320 people have died. India ranks fourth with 568346 patients. 16919 people have died.
A virus that has not yet been caught
Six months later, the world has yet to fully understand the new coronavirus. Researchers say that the virus is now spreading in India, the United States and Latin America, quite different from the one that started in Wuhan, China. Scientists say the virus has been genetically modified 100 times. The virus has been discovered to be transmitted from one human body to another. Virus mutation occurs in the human body. The list of symptoms is also being updated. New symptoms are being added. Meanwhile, the number of people diagnosed with the virus without symptoms is increasing worldwide.
Just the same ways to defend
There are still only the initially suggested methods to combat the virus. The only way to prevent infection is to prevent the virus from being detected until the vaccine is detected. Due to the lack of proper treatment, there is currently only one medication that can alleviate the symptoms. Medications such as Remedyzivir have been found to be effective in relieving symptoms. The World Health Organization recommends that washing hands, using sanitizers and hygiene is an effective way to prevent disease. Maintaining social distance and wearing a mask is the way to prevent the spread of the disease. Most countries now mandate the mask. Western countries and the World Health Organization had earlier opposed the use of the mask. However, the World Health Organization has suggested that wearing a mask may help prevent the spread of the disease to some extent. Countries, including the United States, have made the mask mandatory for the public.
All over the world, starting in Wuhan
The first virus-borne pneumonia outbreak was reported in Wuhan, China, in late December 2019. The World Health Organization (WHO) said 27 people were infected. China said the virus had spread from the vet market in Wuhan. The first death was reported on January 11, 2020. On 13 January, the virus was first confirmed. A woman from China who was diagnosed with the disease in Thailand. Japan and South Korea followed suit. On January 23, China announced a lockdown in Hubei province. The lockdown was withdrawn in early April.
Europe and America as their epicenter
The first coronavirus case was reported in France on January 24. The disease was first diagnosed in the United States on January 27. But in late February and early March, the epidemic in Europe and the Americas intensified. In Europe, Italy was the first source of the virus. In Spain, Germany, France and the UK, the number of deaths and deaths increased. In Britain, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince Charles, the virus has spread. The United States tops the number of deaths and deaths. The number of people infected with the virus in the United States is on the rise, even as Europe is declining.
Latin America and India are a new concern
Lockdown was announced at a concession stand as the disease outbreak in Europe has slowed considerably. Despite the deregulation in the United States, the number of patients continues to decline. The United States is still one of the leading countries in terms of illness and death. Brazil currently leads the list of new patients. Almost half of all Latin American patients are in Brazil. Although the number of patients is increasing in the Gulf and African countries, mortality rates are lower than in Europe and the United States. India ranks third behind Brazil and the US in new cases. Though the first cases were reported in late January, the number of cases began to rise in India in April. Lockdown was announced in India on March 25. With the announcement of concessions at Lockdown in April, the cases began to increase rapidly. India now ranks fourth in the world.
16 Vaccines Near Success
The vaccine research of more than a dozen companies is nearing its end. Researchers and the World Health Organization are therefore hoping to get an effective vaccine against Covidine by the end of 2021. Researchers say vaccine research in countries such as China, the United States and the United Kingdom are nearing success. Vaccines that can be tested in humans have only a few challenges ahead. The vaccine testing of 16 companies is nearing completion. 125 companies are experimenting at various stages. Researchers at Oxford University say the Kovid-19 vaccine will be launched in October. Kovacsin, developed by the Indian company Bharat Biotech, will launch its test in humans in July. Remedicavir, developed by the American biopharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences, has been found to be effective in treating Kovid-19.
China is the world’s nations
Six months after the coronavirus began to threaten humans, uncertainty about the source is not over. China claims that the virus has spread from the meat market in Wuhan. China says the virus came to humans from bats. But the controversy over the source of the virus is high. The US accused China of creating the virus in its lab. China is also accused of failing to stop the spread of the virus. Besides the United States, European countries, including Britain and France, and India and Australia have turned against China. US President Donald Trump has repeatedly said that China has hidden information about the spread of the virus and that China is responsible for the world’s danger today. The US has also stopped supporting the WHO, claiming it is supporting China.
WHO to investigate the source
The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced a comprehensive investigation into Kovid-19, which has been declared a global pandemic. WHO has decided to send a special team to China to investigate the source of the new coronavirus virus that caused the pestilence. The WHO has asked China to cooperate in the investigation of the source of the virus. WHO Director-General Tedros Adonom Gabraeus said the discovery of the source of the virus would help further the fight against the pestilence. A special delegation will visit China next week.