Record more than 91 thousand cases a day in America, the number of infected in the world crosses 4.54 crores

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On Friday, the number of corona infections in the world crossed 4.54 million, while the number of dead reached more than 11.88 lakh. 3.30 crore people have been cured of the epidemic. There are 1.12 crore active cases in the world, of which 82,425 patients are in critical condition. Meanwhile, the US recorded the highest number of 91,530 cases a day since the epidemic began on Thursday.


The US Department of Health said, for the third time in a week, more than 80 thousand daily cases have been reported. Virus cases have increased by 10 percent or more in 41 US states. On Thursday, 1,047 people lost to Kovid-19 in the US. On average, about 800 people are killed by the disease every day.


Pak: 11 courts sealed after judges are infected

11 courts have been sealed in the capital of Pakistan after judges and staff were found to be corona infected. Among the sealed courts, three courts are of Additional and Sessions judges. Islamabad Bar Association secretary Nabil Tahir Mirza said, 70 courts operate under the District and Sessions Court, out of which 11 courts have been sealed after 12 judges and employees were found to be infected with corona. Some lawyers have also been confirmed to be infected.


Germany: 18,681 new cases

The number of infected in the country reached 4,99,694 with 18,681 new cases confirmed in Germany. While the death toll of 77 more patients reached 10,349.

Mexico: 5,948 new cases

On Thursday, 5,948 new cases were registered in Mexico and 464 patients died. With this, the number of infected in the country has gone up to 9,12,811 and the number of dead to 90,773.

Japan crosses one million infected

The Ministry of Health of Japan said that in the middle of January, nine months after the first case of coronavirus came out, the number of cases has increased to more than one lakh. The number of Kovid-19 cases has increased to 100,334 since 808 new cases were reported in the country on Thursday.