Although the Corona virus has reached 153,000 worldwide, the last 24 hours have proved overwhelming in Italy and Iran, where 368 and 113 people have died, respectively. Thus, the number of patients in Italy has reached 25,000 while the total death toll has reached 1809. The number of patients in Iran has exceeded 14,000.

On the other hand, there has been a spike in cases of Corona virus in Spain, and a lockdown has been announced after the discovery of 2000 new patients. Overall, the number of Corona deaths worldwide has exceeded 5800.

The Philippine capital of Manila is closed to all kinds of transportation, where more than one million people are prohibited from traveling for a month. In France, 29 people are killed in a single day. The number of patients has reached 5400 but in the last 24 hours, 900 Corona patients have been exposed in France.

Swimming pools, gymnasiums, restaurants and hotels have been closed in Qatar. The government of Qatar has also announced that the entry of non-Qataris into the country for two weeks will be banned soon. At the same time, ten billion rials are being released immediately to improve the economy of the country and banks. It may be noted that there have been 64 new cases reported in Qatar.

Ukraine, off the Middle East, has announced the closure of international train services from Monday in response to concerns over the Corona virus, while an international flight has been banned until April 3.

Vaccine fight

Germany has alleged that its country's pharmaceutical company, CureWeek, has approached the vaccine, and the United States is officially in talks with the company to offer the vaccine to the US. The German government has accused the US of accessing the company and trying to get vaccine credit.

Although no deaths have been reported in the Gulf countries and 870 cases have been reported so far, public places have been banned.

Corona patients have appeared in several African countries in the last 24 hours, after which schools have been closed in Kenya. In addition, Cod 19 has been reported in 19 African countries including Sudan, Guinea, Congo, Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Senegal, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Ghana and Gabon.
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