Worldwide coronavirus death toll passes 8,000
March 18th, 2020 at 9:43 pm
Worldwide coronavirus death toll passes 8,000

Staff Correspondent;

Dhaka – The novel coronavirus pandemic has shut many parts of the world as confirmed cases of global infection passed 200,000 with more than 8,000 people dead in less than three months of outbreak.

The pathogen first reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan and travelled in 147 out of 195 countries sending panic among billions of residents the planet. People are forced to stay at homes as schools, tourist places, bars, movie theaters, coffee shops and all other crowds are restricted.

Some ghost planes are roaring into the once busy blue sky, crowded airports turned deserted halls, cross-border trains and buses terminated with many cities in Europe, Asia and America off-limiting domestic travels. Those who are severely affected have locked down their cities with deployment of troops to prevent residents to come out of their homes.

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Financial penalty and jail terms are served to save million others from being contacted the virus on the one hand while scientists are gasping to develop a vaccine to contain the spread of the virus if not eliminate on the other.

Given the facts, a remedy into the illness is still far away towards offsetting the microorganism that is continued to take full force to victimize nation after nation.

Latest, the US and Canada plan to close their border while EU countries have begun turning away travelers from outside the bloc. Share prices fall in Europe and Asia as stimulus packages fail to reassure markets.