70,000 covid19 deaths in the world and 75% of the victims in Europe
Tuesday, 04 07 2020, Category: Health, Country: World
The death toll of the new Corona virus (Covid-19) in the world has risen to at least 70,000, about 75% of which is in Europe, according to an AFP count, based on official sources, while infections in Spain and Germany have declined, after they witnessed an outbreak of the virus during the last period .
The total number of recorded deaths reached 70 thousand and 9 deaths, including 50 thousand and 215 deaths in Europe, the continent most affected by the virus. Italy recorded the largest number of deaths, which amounted to 15877, followed by Spain 13055, then the United States 9,648, and France 8,078.
Since the first outbreak of the epidemic in China in December, 127,785 cases of the virus have been recorded, more than half of them in Europe by 67,642 cases, 353,159 in the United States and Canada, and 11,955 in Asia.
In Spain, the authorities announced, yesterday, that deaths from the Coruna virus had decreased for the fourth consecutive day, with 637 deaths recorded within 24 hours.
In Italy, the director of the National Institute of Health, Silvio Prozaviero, said that “the curve has started to decline.” The Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza, stressed that the country is aware that it still has a few difficult months ahead. The Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, for his part, said, Facing the virus "must continue."
Source: Teller Report