Over 10 Million Coronavirus Cases Worldwide

Over 10 Million Coronavirus Cases Worldwide

Over 10 million Coronavirus cases worldwide!

Yes, it is now very shocking to see that all over the globe there are over 10 million New Coronavirus cases and over 500,000 people have died because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The countries that have been hit the most by Coronavirus are: USA, Brazil, Russia, India, UK, Spain, Peru, Chile, Italy and Iran.

America is the country that has been hit the most by COVID-19 and at the time of writing this, there are around 127,000 people dead in America and there are about 2.6 million cases, because of the Coronavirus pandemic

New York, emergency medical doctor, Arabia Mollette, says:

“We’re trying to keep our heads above water without drowning. We are scared. We’re trying to fight for everyone else’s life, but we also fight for our lives as well.”

The situation in America is so bad, that there is news that the European Union (EU), might prevent Americans from travelling to Europe. To this, Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State said:

“We’ve denied travel to Europe and vice versa. That’s the posture that we all sit in now, and I think we’re all taking seriously the need to figure out how to get this up. We’ll work to get this right. We want to make sure that it’s health-based, science-based. We need to get our global economy back going again.”

Eric Mamer, EU spokesman stated:

“The European Union has an internal process to determine from which countries it would be safe to accept travelers.”

And the number of cases in Argentina, Peru, Brazil, Haiti, Mexico, Colombia, Bolivia and Chile, is on the rise, with each passing hour. Brazil has the highest number of cases in South America, followed by Peru.

Dr. Michael Ryan, WHO Executive Director, states:

“I would certainly characterize that Central and South America in particular have very much become the intense zones of transmission for this virus as we speak, and I don’t believe that we have reached the peak in that transmission. And at this point, I cannot predict when we will.”

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