Even though the spread of corona epidemic is being discussed in the world. But its danger is still being seen in many places. Talking about China responsible for the spread of Corona virus, the process of death from Kovid-19 is still going on there. However, China has now removed most of the rules. After this, the death toll from Corona is increasing rapidly in the month of June. The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed 239 deaths in June, making it the deadliest month in the last 3 months.

164 deaths occurred in May

China said on Thursday that several strict rules have been implemented in the past to prevent the spread of Kovid-19. But in the past most preventive measures were removed. After removing these, the death toll in June went up to 239. The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention says that there were 164 deaths in May and none in April-March.


Let us tell you that in the beginning of 2020, China started adopting Zero Kovid prevention strategy. Strict lockdowns, quarantines, border closures and mandatory mass testing are particularly important to save lives. But in December, after some preparations, the measures were relaxed and removed. Because of this, a big jump was finally seen in the corona infected cases. About 60,000 people died. The number of deaths peaked in January and February this year. According to the Chinese CDC, it reached a peak of 4,273 on January 4, but then gradually fell to zero on February 23.


Two of the deaths in June were due to infection and respiratory failure, while the CDC said a variety of causes were also responsible for the other deaths, including diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and other chronic diseases. China reported 99,292,081 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 121,490 deaths to the World Health Org.zation (WHO) between January 3, 2020, and July 5, 2023. Experts estimate that millions may have died in China, far higher than the official number. But the death rate is still very low compared to the United States and Europe.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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