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The havoc of Corona in the world has not stopped yet. In some countries the wave of corona has weakened, while in some countries the number of infected people has started increasing again. On the previous day, the corona report of 3 lakh 59 thousand 127 people in the world came positive. During this, 10,219 people also died due to infection.
On the other hand, Pfizer has started preparations for the trial of its corona vaccine on children under the age of 12. For this, the American company has arranged thousands of volunteers. Trials will be conducted in the US, Finland, Poland and Spain. In the initial trial, volunteers will be given small doses.
Vaccine being given to 12 to 15 year old children
Federal regulators in the US only last month approved Pfizer-BioNtech’s vaccine for children aged 12 to 15. Pfizer’s vaccine was initially allowed for use on people 16 and older.
The number of new infected in Brazil crosses 50 thousand
Corona cases have started increasing once again in Brazil. Corona was confirmed in 52,448 people here on the last day. Earlier, the number of new infected had reached 30 thousand. Brazil also recorded the highest number of deaths in the world. Here in the last 24 hours, 2,693 people died due to corona.
Most cases came in India
India is at the top in terms of daily cases in the world. Here on Tuesday, the corona report of 91,227 people came positive. Talking about the deaths, India had the highest number of deaths after Brazil on the previous day. Here in the last 24 hours, 2,213 people died due to infection.
17.47 crore cases so far
So far more than 17.47 crore people in the world have been infected with the corona virus. Of these, more than 37.62 lakh people have died, while 15.84 crore people have defeated Corona. Presently 1.27 crore people are being treated. Of these, 1.27 crore people have mild symptoms of corona and the condition of 85,781 people remains critical.
Top-10 countries, where so far most people have been infected
(These figures are according to www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/)