The global coronavirus continues to kill and infect people around the world. So far, the coronavirus has killed more than 227,247 people worldwide and infected more than
In the world where lockdown due to the coronavirus is imposed, the services of doctors and medical staff on the front lines against the epidemic cannot be forgotten, who are risking their lives to treat patients at all times.
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Due to the global epidemic, the lack of protective clothing, face masks, ventilators, and other medical equipment for medical staff has become a new problem around the world.
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So far, however, no vaccine has been developed against the epidemic, and social distancing is the only solution.
So far no vaccine has been developed against the epidemic and social distance is the only solution. Photo Source – Reuters
Doctors are risking their lives to treat patients all the time – Photo Source: Reuters
Due to Coronavirus many countries around the world are facing problems of shortage of Medical Equipments – Photo Source – Reuters
After being discharged from the hospital 16 days later, the patient expressed his happiness in a unique way – Photo Source – Reuters
The role of front-line doctors and medical staff is crucial against the global coronavirus pandemic – Photo source – Reuters
More than 227,447 people have died worldwide so far – Photo Source – Reuters
Doctors are advising the public to stay at home (Photo Source Reuters)
The coronavirus infects the human lungs the most (Photo Source Reuters)
Lack of , ventilators and other medical devices has become a new problem around the world – Photo Source – Reuters face masks
Coronavirus continues to kill and infect people around the world – Photo Source Reuters
Hospitals in different countries are full of coronavirus patients – Photo Source Reuters
So far, more than 3,190,743 people worldwide have been infected with the coronavirus – Photo Source Reuters