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The photo is from Argentina. Here, Carla Vizotti, Secretary of the Ministry of Health is going door-to-door to get information about the symptoms of corona.
Amidst the vaccination, once again in many countries of the world, the pace of growth of corona patients has started increasing. In view of this, the United States, Canada and Mexico have extended restrictions in the country till 21 March. According to this, people living here will not be able to travel for non-essential jobs. It will be necessary to tell people the reason for the trip. Till now these restrictions were only till 21 February.
Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden has announced that by July every American will have the vaccine dose. He said that the government is fully prepared for this. Pfizer has said that it is ready to give 10 million doses to America every week. So far, more than 5.70 crore people have been vaccinated in America. China is at number two, where the vaccine has reached 40 million people. So far 2.45 crore people have been vaccinated in European Union and 1.04 crore in India.
11.12 crore patients found so far
So far more than 11 million 12 lakh people have been caught in the infection. Of these, over 24 lakh 62 thousand people have died, while 8 crore 61 lakh people have been cured. There are 2 lakh 26 lakh patients who are undergoing treatment. Vaccines have been applied to 19 crore people of the world.
The photo is of America. President Joe Biden arrived at the Pfizer vaccine plant on Friday. During this time the podium was sanitized before his speech.
Top 10 countries, where most people have been infected so far
(These figures are according to www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/)