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Corona virus: World sees highest daily increase in virus cases – WHO

Corona virus: World sees highest

The leader of the World Health Organization (WHO) cautioned Wednesday that the corona virus pandemic is far from being over in the midst of the biggest day by day ascend in worldwide cases.

The WHO said 106,000 new cases had been accounted for to them over the most recent 24 hours.

Executive General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has communicated specific worry about rising diseases in low and center pay countries.

The admonition comes as the all out number of cases approach 5,000,000.

The dreary achievement looks set to be arrived at under about fourteen days after the world hit the 4,000,000 imprint.

Specialists caution the genuine number of diseases is probably going to be far higher, with low testing rates in numerous nations slanting the information.

In excess of 326,000 individuals are known to have kicked the bucket with coronavirus around the globe, as indicated by Johns Hopkins University following.

The US remains the most noticeably terrible hit nation, with more than 1.5m cases and 92,000 passings up until now.

What did the WHO state?

“Over the most recent 24 hours, there have been 106,000 cases answered to WHO – the most in a solitary day since the episode started,” Dr Tedros told a Wednesday news meeting.

“Very nearly 66% of these cases were accounted for in only four nations,” he included.

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Dr Tedros later cautioned the world despite everything had “far to go in this pandemic”.

This handout image provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) on May 18, 2020

His admonition came as various nations, including the US, start to relax lockdown limitations.

Dr Mike Ryan, the WHO’s crises chief, additionally stood up at the most recent preparation against the utilization of intestinal sickness drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine corresponding to Covid-19.

It came after US President Donald Trump said he had been taking the medicine trying to avert the infection, in spite of his own general wellbeing authorities cautioning about its utilization.