About 89,000 deaths from coronavirus worldwide

While nearly one and a half million people are infected worldwide, in the United States, the number of infected has exceeded 400,000, and in the last 24 hours alone, 1,900 new deaths have been confirmed. World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Gebrejesus called on politicians to stop politicizing coronavirus.

The WHO chief has defended himself against criticism from US President Donald Trump, who said Washington would review funding for the organization. So far, 1.5 million people have been confirmed with Covid-19 in the world, about 89,000 have died and about 332,000 have been cured, according to Johns Hopkins University.

The number of infected people in Japan is also rising – for the first time in more than 500 cases in a single day. In China, only two new cases of viral infection have been reported in non-foreign patients.

In Kosovo, a total of 6 people have died from coronavirus and a total of 224 cases have been confirmed until last night after midnight. The head of the World Health

Organization for Europe, Hans Kluge, said that despite some positive signs in the region, it is too early to ease measures to stop pandemics. “This is not the time to ease measures. It is time to redouble our efforts to eliminate the virus with the support of society as a whole,” Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, told a video conference. in Copenhagen.

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