COVID-19: Cases and Deaths Around the World in Number – WHO.


Advertisements

The World Health Organisation has warned that recovering from coronavirus may not protect people from reinfection as the death toll from the pandemic zoomed past 200,000 around the globe on Saturday.

WHO gave the warning as some countries began to ease restrictions, putting economic recovery ahead of expert cautions that lifting them too soon risks a second wave of infections.

Advertisements

According to WHO, there is still no evidence that people who test positive for the new coronavirus and recover are immunised and protected against reinfection.

“There is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from #COVID19 and have antibodies are protected from a second infection,” WHO said in a statement.

“People who assume that they are immune to a second infection because they have received a positive test result may ignore public health advice,” it said.

Advertisements

Latest count of confirmed COVID19 cases worldwide at 0600 GMT, April 26

World: 2,921,439
U.S.: 960,896
Spain: 223,759
Italy: 195,351
France: 161,488
Germany: 156,513
Britain: 148,377
Turkey: 107,773
Iran: 89,328
China: 82,827
Russia: 74,588

Advertisements

Latest counts of deaths from the virus worldwide at 0600 GMT

World: 203,289
U.S.: 54,265
Italy: 26,384
Spain: 22,902
France: 22,614
UK : 20,319
Germany: 5,877
Belgium: 6,917
Iran. :5,650
China: 4,632
Netherlands: 4,409
Brazil: 4,057
Turkey: 2,706
Canada: 2,465


#Newsworthy…

Advertisements
Advertisements