The WHO and the stop of the coronaspridningen reduce the

and of the Nearly 87, 000 people have been infected by the covid-19, and the death toll is just under 3000, say the official data is not available. the Nearly

The WHO and the stop of the coronaspridningen reduce the

and of the Nearly 87, 000 people have been infected by the covid-19, and the death toll is just under 3000, say the official data is not available.

the Nearly 80 000 cases in China, where the infection broke out. It has since then spread to other parts of the world. 3 500 sydkoreaner have been infected, just as the 1 in 100 in Italy.

a Total of coronaviruses has been detected in more than 60 countries, and deaths have occurred in the past.
WHO information
A man in his 50s, in the united states, died after having been infected and the us media are describing it as if he was a pathological past. Also, in Thailand and in Australia was held on Saturday its first death.

And it is only after the most recent deaths reported by the world health organisation now speaks for itself.

this informs the WHO that the ability to stop the spread of the coronavirus, has been reduced.

But at the same time, the world health organization, there is no reason to panic.

"As countries prepare for a pandemic, the facts show that there does not exist such a threat," says Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, managing director of the world health organization.

" We should not abandon our strategy, as we will see, that it works in a number of countries.

in the Case of Sweden,
In Sweden, thirteen people have been infected, according to figures from the Folhälsomyndigheten.
Land is one of the 60 or so patients who are diagnosed in the united states, but he is not aware of it. Tells you inside the hospital.

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Updated Date: 01 March 2020, 09:00

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