The third case of corona virus infection in India has been confirmed. The government has asked people not to panic and take precautions. The World Bank has announced $ 12 billion in aid for low-income countries to fight the virus.
On Tuesday, March 3, a third case of corona virus infection was confirmed in India. The infected person is an Italian tourist who is currently in Jaipur. The case of infection first came to light in Delhi. The second infected person is from Bangalore, who is now under the supervision of doctors in Hyderabad. It is suspected that six more people who came in contact with a patient from Delhi may also be infected. They have been kept in a hospital in Delhi.
But despite all these reports, the central government has said that there is no need to panic and the government is constantly monitoring the situation. Doctors say that this virus is spread through contact with droplets released during sneezing and coughing. To avoid this, some precautions need to be taken, such as keeping proper distance from an infected person, washing hands several times a day and using a sanitizer.
Corona virus is still spreading fast in the world. On Wednesday, 500 new cases were reported in South Korea and the death toll in Italy increased to 79 overnight. So far, more than 3000 people have died from infection all over the world. Argentina and Chile have declared the first cases of the virus here and Spain has killed the first deaths there. In Japan, infection cases have reached 1,000 and the spread of the virus has raised questions about Japan’s ability to host the Olympics. But the Japanese government has not yet announced the postponement of the Olympics and the preparations continue.