13931 New cases Just in one day in USA

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After China and Italy now the US becomes the third-worst affected country by Coronavirus. According to a new report, the total cases of Coronavirus across the globe has risen to 3 lac.

Yesterday (Sunday 22 March), a total of 13931 new cases were reported in the United States. The total coronavirus infected person has risen to 38138 in the USA.

708 Coronavirus infected patients are in critical condition. Due to COVID-19, a total of 396 deaths has been reported in the USA in which 94 new deaths have also included. Till Sunday the total coronavirus cases around the world were 3 lac 19 thousand and total deaths were reported as 13699.

Impacts of Hot & Humid Weather on Coronavirus
Impacts of Hot & Humid Weather on Coronavirus

US Medical experts told that the total number of cases may be higher because people with fewer symptoms of the coronavirus are not reporting their illness. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) report, about 80% of coronavirus patients are recovering without any treatment, but the COVID-19 is a big risk for elderly people.

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The Federal government of the United States has advised states to instruct people to stay at home and they will provide financial and administrative support if they do so. In this regard, the US government has issued an order to stay in homes in New York, California, Illinois, and Oregon.

More than 70 million people in 50 US states and more than a billion people around the world are scared of the virus. While in each of the 50 US states, thousands of people have taken advantage of the option to stay home.

Dramatic reduction of air pollution in various countries
Dramatic Reduction of Air Pollution in Various Countries

The US Congress is working on a trillion-dollar package to give $3,000 to a family of four if they choose to stay. Daily wage earners, who have been most affected by the outbreak of Coved 19, will be the first to receive support.