Current Situations of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Around the World
We have told you from time to time again that the Wuhan Coronavirus (SARS-COVID-19) has become a raging bull and it is not slowing down anytime soon by the way. We hurriedly need a plan to survive this international virus but in meantime it is of the essence we know what this virus is doing in other countries as this will be good for general knowledge! It can also help you in regards to your family members and friends if you want to inform on something related to the Coronavirus related to them if they live abroad! We’ll be talking about the places which were most affected by the said virus.
The current epicenter of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has begun to slow down as new daily tally has gone down a bit. This signals a piece of good news for us and it may have very well begun to show signs of the slower speed of the spreading virus.
The city of Wuhan in China has the official clear from relating authorities even though it was the source of origin. China has been cleared of its last case and now it may very well be totally free from the virus it gave birth to.
The United States of America
This is the new epicenter of the Wuhan Coronavirus as it has this one under its clenches like a beer will envelop its prey to lock it in a deadlock. The daily tally is going to rise more than it is now and the virus is going to stay in this place for a considerable period of time.
This was another center of the COVID-19 Virus. It is what led to the spread of this virus in the neighboring subcontinent. The virus is likely spread into the corridors of Afghanistan too as the migrant previously worked in Iran is going to flood in the former country to permeate the population there!
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