Covid's highest deaths in Brazil in a day, lockdown increased in Austria and schools closed in Toronto
International Desk: In the last 24 hours in Brazil, Kovid-19 has the highest number of deaths of 4,195 people. Earlier, in just two countries, more than four thousand cases of virus deaths were reported in a single day. The Brazilian Ministry of Health said on Tuesday that 4,195 people have died due to corona virus in the last 24 hours in the country. The death toll in the country has reached 3,40,000, the highest after the US. So far, more than four thousand cases of virus death have been reported in the US and Peru in a single day. According to the data, about 1,400 people died due to the virus in the last 24 hours in Brazil's most populous state of São Paulo.
The stringent lockdown period in
Austria has been extended until 18 April The stringent lockdown implemented in the Austrian capital Vienna and surrounding areas has been extended until 18 April to prevent the global epidemic corona virus. This information was given by Chancellor Sebastian Kurz on Tuesday. "The governors of Vienna, Lower Austria and Bergland have agreed to extend the lockdown until April 18 in coordination with the federal government," he said. Vienna Mayor Michael Ludwig told reporters that the intensive care units ( The situation in the ICU remains critical. Vienna hospitals continue to have special care patients from other provinces. He said the situation in the three eastern provinces was critical due to Corona.
Schools are closing in Toronto,
Canada has been shutting down since Wednesday in view of the increasing number of patients amid the third wave of infections in the Canadian major city of Toronto, with cases growing rapidly in the third wave. . Toronto medical officer Doctor Eileen de Villa said that stern steps needed to be taken to prevent the spread of the epidemic. He said in a statement that the spread of infection in Toronto has never been higher than this and that the risk of infection from new forms of the virus and the risk of becoming seriously ill or dying is also increasing. Toronto falls under the province of Ontario and the province saw more than 3,000 cases of daily cases in recent times. Similar steps have been taken in the neighboring Peel region and the decision will be reviewed at the end of the month.