WHO Declares ‘Europe’ ‘Epicentre’ Of Coronavirus As Italy, Spain, France Continue To Witness ‘Huge Number Of Deaths’

Taking it away from China where the outbreak of ‘Coronavirus’ started ‘Europe’ has become the new epicenter. Itlay which is under lockdown has already witnessed over 1250 deaths. France and Spain have also seen a rise in deaths with deaths in bulk being reported in the last few hours.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has now declared Europe the “epicenter” of the pandemic which originated in China. As per the BBC’s report, the 3 countries have recorded their highest death tolls for a single day.

In the past 24 hours, Italy saw 368 deaths bring its total to 1,809. Spain recorded 97 more deaths for a total of 288. France has reported 29 deaths, giving a total of 120. With 14 new deaths and a total of 35 United Kingdom also saw a single-day record.

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Taking precautions other European countries like Germany, Portugal, the Czech Republic, etc have started closing their borders. The virus is spreading thick and fast in Europe as it has taken down over 1.5 lakh globally under its effect. The U.S. is preparing to begin ‘Coronavirus Vaccine’ trials today amidst the havoc.

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