World COVID-19 cases hit 1 million. The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases hit the 1 million mark on Thursday, according to tallies by both the AFP news agency and Johns Hopkins University in the US. Over 51,000 people have died worldwide from the virus. The coronavirus pandemic has passed its landmark moment, as over one million people worldwide have tested positive for the disease, according to figures from multiple sources.
The novel coronavirus outbreak was first recorded in December 2019, in the city of Wuhan in China’s central Hubei province. The number of infected people in Wuhan skyrocketed, prompting a lockdown by the government. The virus then quickly spread abroad, hitting nearly every country.
On March 11, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Two weeks later, the US became the most affected nation, surpassing China. In Europe, Italy, Spain, Germany and France were hit the hardest, with each having more than 40,000 cases.
By April 1, close to half the world’s population – most of North America, Europe and India – had been ordered to stay at home, in hopes of slowing or stopping the spread of the contagion. In many places, the rapidly-spreading virus has overwhelmed local healthcare systems. Doctors have struggled with shortages of hospital space and medical equipment, including testing kits and protective gear.
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In other news – DJ Tira shows off his multi-million rand House & cars – Watch
It is an advantage, having a big yard at your house because you will get to exercise a bit freely since it allows you space to jog. Record producer and Kwaito star DJ Tira is one of the people with such an advantage and he has just shared how he is doing it to keep fit at his home during this lockdown period.
Taking to social media he posted a promotional video for Huawei’s fitness gear, while at the same time flaunting his multi-million rand house and cars. Along with the video, he emphasized the government’s call for everyone to stay at home, ‘Keep the…continue reading.