COVID-19: After China, Japan, now record cases of corona in South Korea, cases started increasing rapidly worldwide
COVID-19 in South-korea: New cases of COVID-19 decreased for the fifth consecutive day in South Korea on Sunday, but the number of seriously ill patients increased to the highest in almost eight months. The country has confirmed 57527 new coronavirus infections.
New cases of COVID-19 decreased for the fifth consecutive day in South Korea on Sunday, but the number of seriously ill patients rose to the highest in almost eight months. The country has confirmed 57,527 new coronavirus infections.
The country confirmed 57,527 new coronavirus infections, including 110 from overseas, bringing the total to 29,116,800, Yonhap news agency reported, citing the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA)
According to KDCA, 63 COVID-19 deaths have been reported, taking the death toll to 32,219. The death rate was 0.11 percent. The number of seriously ill patients increased to 636 from 557 the previous day.
Panic in America
According to cDC, the new variant of COVID-19 XBB.1.5 has spread up to 40 percent in the US. Due to this, the number of patients in the hospital is increasing day by day. Please tell that this variant is more dangerous in spreading the infection than the variants of BQ and XBB.
America issued guidelines
The omicron subvariants XBB and XBB.1 were first identified in India. CNN reported on December 28 that all travelers arriving from China would be required to present a negative report of a COVID-19 test before entering the United States. "There are growing concerns in the international community over the ongoing COVID-19 surge in China and the lack of transparent data, including viral genomic sequence data," the officials said, using the initials of the People's Republic of China.