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Gujarat Corona update 3 october 2020

 Gujarat Corona update 3 october 2020

Following the corona, the death toll in India on October 2 has crossed one lakh. After the US and Brazil, India now ranks third in the world in terms of deaths from corona. This number has reached 1 lakh 204 days after the death of Corona in India. In Brazil, on the other hand, the figure reached 158 days, while in the United States, the death toll reached 1 million in just 83 days.

The first case of corona in India took place on 30 January, the first death on 12 March

The first case of corona virus in India was reported on January 30 in Kerala. A student returning from Wuhan University in China showed symptoms of corona virus, while the first death from corona virus in India was on March 12 in Kalburgi, Karnataka, of a 76-year-old man who had just returned from Saudi Arabia. There were barely 75 cases when the first death due to corona occurred in India.

Now that the death toll in India has crossed one lakh and the total number of cases in India has crossed 63 lakh. At present the average death rate from corona in India is 2%. The first death from corona in India occurred on 12 March. Then 47 days later the death toll has reached 1000. In addition, the number of deaths in 78 days increased 10 times to 10 thousand. Then in 31 days the death toll crossed 50 thousand. In the 47 days since then the figure has reached 1 lakh deaths.

The highest number of deaths occurred in the United States, followed by India

Corona has so far caused more than 34.1 million cases worldwide and more than 1 million deaths worldwide. The average death rate from corona in the world is 4 percent. The top 10 countries with the highest number of deaths from corona include the United States, Brazil and India, as well as Mexico, the UK, Italy, Peru, France, Spain and Iran.

2.11 million deaths in the US so far

The corona virus has killed more than 200,000 people in the United States. The first case of corona here came on February 15 and the first death from the virus was on February 29. Brazil, the world's second-deadliest country, has seen more than 2.11 million deaths so far. The first case here came on February 25 and the first death occurred on March 17.

More than 24,000 died in the first two months in Italy

The death toll in Italy rose sharply in the early days. The first death occurred here on February 21, with 4,841 deaths within a month. On the other hand, in 60 days the figure here reached 24,710 deaths. The death toll here began to decline after May. There were now 35,894 deaths here, 242 days after the first case and 223 days after the first. Italy currently ranks sixth in corona deaths.

France has the lowest death rate in India so far

France is one of the top-10 coronal deaths with a death rate of 25 per cent. More than 31,000 people have died in the 251 days since the first case of Corona was found here. Italy ranks second and Mexico ranks third in terms of death rate. India has the lowest death rate in the top-10 countries, with a death rate of 2%.

Peru leads the population in terms of death rate

In terms of population, Peru is one of the top 10 countries in terms of death rate. Out of every one million people here, 981 are dying. On the other hand, 71 out of every one million people in India are dying.

6 facts about death and transition from corona in the world

1. American Research: Non-English-speaking Americans at greater risk of corona

American scientists have also found a connection between the corona transition and language. The University of Washington School of Medicine claims in its research that Americans who do not speak English are at greater risk of corona. People in the United States whose first language is Spanish or Compodian are five times more likely to have corona. Corona patient screening data were collected at 300 mobile clinics and 3 hospitals for research.

2. Britain's research: Black-minorities became more infected

May figures from the National Health Services (NHS) hospital show that blacks, Asians and minorities are at the highest risk of contracting and dying from coronavirus in Britain. According to public statistics from hospitals, the number of deaths after transition to black is twice that of whites. Black, Asian and minority communities here call themselves BAMF, which means- Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic. According to a report in The Times, figures released by NHS hospitals show that 23 British, 27 Asian and 43 black people per 1,000 died. The highest risk was in the Caribbean with 69 deaths per 1,000 people, while the lowest risk was in Bangladeshis 

3. Research in Spain: Zinc deficiency doubles the risk of death

Scientists in Spain claim that people who suffer from zinc deficiency are twice as likely to die from coronary heart disease. Coronary artery disease in patients with coronary heart disease is on the rise. It increases the risk of death. Researchers at the Tertiary University Hospital in Barcelona conducted research on a corona patient from March 15 to April 30, 2020. Corona in research

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