Covid-19: 43 Cases In India, Global Death Toll Crosses 3800

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Covid-19: 43 Cases In India, Global Death Toll Cro
While over 3,800 people have died due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) across the world, the number of people infected with this virus in India has risen to 43. In view of the growing outbreak of the coronavirus, several states, including Delhi, have closed primary schools as a precautionary measure.

The coronavirus continues to wreak havoc around the world. More than 3,800 people have so far died due to this disease in several countries across the world and among these, over 3,100 people have died in China alone.

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Around 95 countries across the world are currently affected by the coronavirus and the number of patients of this disease has crossed 1,05,000. After China, the coronavirus infection is now spreading rapidly in several other countries. After China, Iran and Italy are the worst-affected by the coronavirus.

In Italy, 133 people have died from the coronavirus in one day and the death toll there has now reached 366. Italy has placed orders for 2.2 crore masks to deal with the coronavirus and to prevent its spread among people.

Amid this, France has banned the assembly of more than 1,000 people in one place in view of the growing risks from the coronavirus.

Coronavirus cases are regularly coming to light in India as well. After five new cases of the coronavirus infection were reported in Kerala on Sunday, the number of people infected by this viral disease in India rose to 41. Meanwhile, after the new cases were reported in the state, the Kerala government, issuing a warning, has said that it will take action against people who do not reveal their travel history. 

Along with the Central government, all state governments are making concrete arrangements to deal with the coronavirus.

Fifty-two laboratories have been set up across the country to test for the coronavirus infection.

Several states, including Delhi, have closed primary schools, as a precautionary measure, in view of the growing outbreak of the coronavirus.

The coronavirus has also impacted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bangladesh tour and his proposed visit to Bangladesh, on March 17, has been cancelled on account of the coronavirus.