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Sunday, 29 March 2020

America opened treasury for India, know how many dollars it helped

Covid-19 cases in India increased to 834 on Saturday and 19 people have died due to infection. The Union Health Ministry has given information about the death of two more people in its latest figures. However, it is not yet known where these two deaths have taken place. So far four people have died in Maharashtra, three in Gujarat, two in Karnataka and one each in Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Punjab, Delhi, West Bengal, Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. According to the data, 748 people are still infected with Corona virus in the country while 66 people have either recovered or were discharged from hospital and one person has left.

 On the other hand, the US announced additional financial assistance of $ 174 million to 64 countries, including giving 2.9 million dollars to India. US President Donald Trump signed a two thousand billion dollar rescue plan for the Corona virus-affected economy. US President Donald Trump signed a two thousand billion dollar rescue plan for the Corona virus-affected economy.

 Corona virus cases are continuously increasing in America and now they have crossed the 100,000 mark. Tracker from Johns Hopkins University presented the figures on Friday. In the US till 6 pm, 1,00,717 cases including 1,544 deaths were reported. Most cases are coming from New York. In the United States, the number of cases of infection is about 15,000 from Italy and more than 20,000 from China.

 First of all, the disease was detected in China and it came to be the center of it. The death rate on infected cases in the US is about 1.5 percent, compared to around 10.5 percent in Italy. The death rate may be lower because a large-scale investigation has revealed that most people are infected but have not shown symptoms from the disease. However, it can also increase if more cities and states like New York start coming up. More than 500 people have died in New York and there is a severe shortage of hospital beds, personal protective equipment and ventilators.

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