Rome, agencies. Italy, a country of about six crore population, is currently going through its worst phase. Corona virus has caused havoc in Italy. The virus has killed 969 people in a day. This is by far the largest number of deaths in a single day in any country from the corona virus. In a single day, the number of infected has also increased to around six thousand and the number of infected people has also become the highest in the world.
So far, 24,885 people have died and 5,51,800 have been infected by the epidemic worldwide. According to the latest data from Italy, the number of people who died of Corona virus in the country has increased to 9,184. While 86,500 are infected. Italy’s Lambardi province has the highest number of 541 deaths in a single day. More than half of the 5402 deaths in the country have occurred here. The number of infected has also increased by about six thousand in the last twenty four hours, but this number is less as compared to the previous days.
The National Institutes of Health of Italy has said that the worst phase of the corona virus is yet to come. At the same time, the number of infected people in the US has reached 1,03,600 on Friday. The number of infected individuals increased by 18,000 in one day. In the last twenty-four hours, 345 people have died and the number of dead has reached 1635. Let us know that so far 81,340 cases of infection have been reported in China, whereas 3292 people have died there.
Two trillion dollar package approved
In America, the number of infected people has exceeded China. To tackle this epidemic, the US Congress has approved a relief package of 2.2 trillion dollars (about 150 lakh crores). In this, every citizen has to be given a help of $ 1200. Parliament passed this resolution by voice vote. Members of the opposition and opposition supported the motion.
Two people died in South Africa
The infection killed two people in South Africa on Friday. At the same time, the number of infected people has exceeded one thousand. A three-week lockdown was announced from Thursday night, but immediately followed by heavy crowds outside several food stores and bus terminals. There are 3200 infections in Kenya, Rwanda and Mali, while 89 people have died.