Covid-19: 50 Lakh People Died Worldwide Since Disease First Emerged In China

So far 50 lakh people have died due to Kovid-19

In early October, the number of daily deaths fell below 8,000 for the first time in a year. (file photo)

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covid-19 Around 50 lakh people have died globally due to (Covid-19). AFP has given information about this on the basis of a list compiled through official sources. About two years ago, cases of Kovid-19 were first reported in China. After the deaths of four million people about four months ago, now this figure has come to the fore on Monday. However, the death rate has slowed down due to vaccination globally. In the beginning of October, the number of daily deaths had reached below 8,000 for the first time in the last one year.

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World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a news conference on Thursday, “Due to the current increase in the epidemic in Europe, the total number of cases and deaths of Kovid-19 for the first time in two months The numbers are increasing.” The European region of WHO is made up of 52 countries and regions. In this, the increasing number of deaths is mainly coming from the east.

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Russia, where there is hesitation in getting the vaccine. The number of infections and deaths has reached new records with an average daily death toll of over 1,000 since October 20. According to officials, the number of deaths has been largely underestimated. On November 1, the total number of daily deaths from the government is 2,39,693. However, the National Statistical Agency Rosstat, which has a comprehensive definition of deaths from Kovid. According to him, the number of deaths by the end of September was about 450,000.

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After Russia, Ukraine and Romania are the two countries in Europe with the highest number of daily deaths in the last seven days. Here, on an average, 546 and 442 deaths are taking place per day respectively.

The WHO estimates that the actual death toll of the pandemic could be two to three times higher than the official record, as the higher death rate is directly and indirectly related to COVID-19. The Economist magazine concluded that about 1.70 crore people have died of Kovid due to the high mortality rate.

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