Corona killed 1,000 in 24 hours in America and Brazil, 799 died in Russia


Wearing of masks is mandatory across the country with six new cases of corona found in New Zealand

The total number of corona cases in the world reached 209,619,484 while the total death toll reached 43,99,007.

Washington: Once again the corona epidemic is becoming deadly all over the world. In the last 24 hours in America and Brazil, 1,017 and 1,106 people have died due to corona.

There have been 799 deaths from Corona in Russia. According to the Corona data released on the WorldDometer website, a total of 2,73,146 new cases of corona have been reported worldwide, taking the total number of corona cases to 209,619,484. The death toll has risen to 43,99,007 with 5495 deaths.

The spread of corona virus infection has accelerated in America in the last several days, with an average of more than one million cases being reported daily and now the death toll is increasing.

The Biden administration has also made wearing masks mandatory on planes, buses, trains and airports. The Pope has issued a special video message to the United States, describing the corona vaccination as an act of love. He said that the corona vaccine is completely safe and prevents corona infection.

With 37,613 new cases being reported in the last 24 hours, the total number of corona cases in Brazil has increased to 20,416,183. The death toll in Corona increased to 5,70,598 with 1,106 deaths.

In Russia too, an average of 20,000 new cases are coming in front of Corona every day. With the arrival of 20,914 new cases on Wednesday, the total number of corona cases in Russia increased to 66,63,473. In Moscow alone, 1590 new cases of corona were reported. Russia’s death toll has risen to 1,72,909 with 799 deaths.

Meanwhile, New Zealand has made wearing of masks mandatory across the country after the registration of six new corona patients today. Not a single corona patient has appeared in New Zealand in the last six months.

According to the findings of a study conducted by the University of Washington’s School of Medicine and published in the journal Immunity, the delta variant cannot defeat the antibodies produced by the vaccine. This is the reason why most immunizers have avoided delta type care.

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