4 Million Corona Virus cases in world wide

4 Million Corona Virus cases
4 Million Corona Virus cases

More than 4 million people worldwide have been infected with the new Corona Virus, according to the data by Johns Hopkins University showed Saturday.

The numbers come nearly 90 days after the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a “pandemic” on March 11, when there were 118,000 confirmed cases, and 4,000 had died. Spain has the second largest number of cases, at more than 220,000, followed by Italy with over 210,000.

Amid Corona Virus reopening

On Saturday, the Food and Drug Administration announced emergency authorization for antigen tests, which it said will be vital for reopening the country. The test can rapidly detect fragments of virus proteins in samples collected from swabs swiped inside the nasal cavity, the FDA said in a statement. U.S Covid-19 death toll rises, 51.000 and nearly thousands lose their jobs, Georgia, Oklahoma, and several other states took temporary steps at reopening businesses on later April, despite disfavor from President Donald Trump and medical experts.

Corona Virus commissioner warned

Corona Virus commissioner Angelo Borrelli warned the public that containment measures would “be stiffened” if the virus showed signs of taking off again. “We are monitoring things carefully,” he said Thursday.

Since the first cases detected in China in December, the United States has become the worst-affected country, with more than 1.3 million diagnosed cases and at least 78,794 deaths.

Amid Corona Virus malls have opened up in Georgia and Texas

Businesses in the US continue to struggle as more employers reluctantly conclude that their laid-off employees might not return to work anytime soon. Some malls have opened up in Georgia and Texas.

At the same time, Nevada restaurants, hair salons and other businesses were able to have limited reopening Saturday or once again allow customers inside after nearly two months of restrictions.

here is a widespread fear of a “second wave” of infection when nations ease travel and stay-at-home restrictions