CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – ITLAY SURPASSES CHINA AS THE COUNTRY WITH MOST NUMBER OF DEATHS TOLL – 3,405 PEOPLE THERE HAVE DIED AND DO TO KNOW MORE INFORMATION!!!

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Italy‘s coronavirus outbreak Hit a tragic milestone Thursday. The nation overtook China as the country with most coronavirus related deaths. On the basis of Local newspaper Corriere Della Sera reported that Itlay’s death toll has reached 3,405 an uptick of 427 deaths from a day prior while its caseload has surged to 41,035, This is a number of faster growth rate than the country has seen in the last 3 days, Its civil Protection Agency said.

The number of deaths in Itlay has reached 3,405. Itlay has become the deadliest center of the COVID-19 outbreak. And now, the current number of deaths in china stands at 3,242 according to the World Health Organization. (WHO)

Currently, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday night ordered California‘s almost 40 million residents to stay home except for essential trips, extending similar restrictions statewide that Bay area counties had previously enacted. The order which is in place until further notice exempts travel to essential services like grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations. In large swaths of the state, nonessential businesses like movie theaters, gyms, and bars had recently been ordered to close.

Army trucks delivered new coffins to a cemetery in the northern Italian city of Bergamo, which suddenly finds itself at the global heart of the unfolding disaster.

Thursday Night, 1,040 cases of the coronavirus had been identified in California and 19 people had died, According to an analysis by The New York Times. But as recognition grows that many infections are undetected, leaders are focusing on ways to expand the capacity of stretched health care systems and help residents who are already teetering on a financial edge.

COVID 19 - ITLAY SURPASSES CHINA

Schools are thus unlikely to reopen on 3 April and working parents will have to find ways to look after their children while working from home for many more months.

Now We are assumed the total number of cases reported in Europe has surpassed 100,000, According to an AFP tally at 5 pm. Europe has at least 100,470 recorded infections, including 4,752 deaths, overtaking Aisa with 94,253 cases and 3,417 deaths.

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