China announces the high number of registered cases of “Corona” virus to


The National Health Committee of China announced, Thursday, that the mainland recorded 15 new confirmed cases of “Corona” virus, Wednesday, down from 24 cases the previous day, bringing the number of confirmed cases on the mainland to 80,793 cases so far, and the number reached Deaths due to the spread of the virus in the mainland to 3169 cases as of the end of Wednesday, an increase of 11 cases over the previous day. The Hubei Region, the center of the virus spread, recorded 10 new deaths, including 7 cases in the provincial capital of Wuhan.

On the other hand, Thailand announced 11 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of infected people to 70 cases, and the new corona virus, which appeared in December in China, spread to all continents of the world, except Antarctica (Antarctica), which impedes daily life and the cycle Economy in an increasing number of countries. Earlier, the World Health Organization announced, on Wednesday, the new Corona virus, which is spreading around the world, a “global epidemic”, but stressed that it can still be “controlled.

According to WHO, the number of outbreaks of HIV outside China has doubled in the past two weeks, and the number of countries that have reached the epidemic has tripled, and WHO Director-General Tidros Adhanom Gebresos said at a press conference in Geneva: “We are very concerned about levels of The disturbing outbreak and its seriousness, as well as about the levels of worrying lack of movement “in the world,” he added, “Covid-19 can now be categorized as a pandemic … we have never seen a pandemic caused by the Corona virus,” and the Director-General of the international organization stressed that “characterizing the situation As a pandemic, however, the risk assessment posed by a virus does not change Corona. This does not change what the WHO is doing, nor does it change what countries need to do.

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