More than 9.81 lakh people died in the world, more than 2.36 crore people recovered
In the US, 71.39 million people have been infected and more than 2.06 million have lost their lives
The number of corona cases in the world has reached more than 32 million. The number of recovered patients is more than 2 crore 36 lakh 68 thousand 981. So far 9 lakh 81 thousand 244 people have died. These statistics are according to www.worldometers.info/coronavirus. US President Donald Trump has appealed to the people of the country to register for the corona vaccine.
America: Trump’s Appeal
According to Trump, Johnson & Johnson Company has said that their trial is in the final stages and now people should come forward to participate. “We have reached the fourth and final stage of the vaccine,” he said. This is good news for our country. Trump, meanwhile, targeted the FDA, the organization that approves vaccines. Allegedly the FDA is being influenced by political considerations in approving the vaccine. According to Trump, his government has already set a budget for the vaccine. Therefore, this matter should now only consider the well-being of the people.
UN: Beware of misinformation
According to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, some people are spreading misinformation about the coronavirus and making it difficult to deal with the epidemic. The UN chief said the epidemic was clearly a public health emergency and would be harmful if misinformation spread. “The epidemic is a health emergency and we are also considering it as a communication emergency because misinformation will hurt everyone,” Guterres said.
Canada: Another wave in the country
The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau has said that the second wave of coronavirus is underway in the country. In a statement released on Wednesday, Trudeau said: “It’s not fair to say that another wave of viruses is about to start. I want to say clearly that its second wave has started in our country. The Canadian Ministry of Health said on Wednesday that 1 lakh 47 thousand cases have been reported in the country. 19 new cases were reported on Wednesday. 19 new cases were reported on Wednesday. Since the beginning of September, 20,000 cases have been registered. Only 7500 cases were reported last week.
Britain: Guidelines for taxi service released
Prime Minister Boris Johnson himself has confirmed the second wave of transition to Britain. Now there are reports that the sanctions imposed by the government in the UK could last up to 6 months. However, people are protesting it. Restrictions on wedding events and sporting events may also remain in place. “Football matches need to be reconsidered,” Boris said during a program on Tuesday. Many people gather there. No more than 30 people can attend the funeral. Masks will be mandatory. New guidelines for operating taxis in London and the rest of the country may also be released.