Since it was first discovered in China in late December, more than 4000 people worldwide have died due to the CoronaVirus.
Over 110, 000 people have been infected by the virus which originated from China’s Hubei Province in the city of Wuhan.
Most countries have urged their citizens not to travel to places with the virus and some have closed borders in efforts to try and stop the virus from spreading. Some real money pokies and casino venues in Australia have already closed.
It is a group of viruses that affect human beings as well as animals. The latest virus has been named COVID 19.
A person with COVID 19 may experience Flu-like symptoms. The person may have a fever, cough, breathing difficulties and some gastrointestinal distress. The person may then develop pneumonia or kidney associated problems which could then lead to death.
How to Prevent Covid 19
To prevent the spread, wash your hands, cover hands and nose while sneezing. Also, sanitise surfaces that are regularly touched with antibacterial sprays. The best way is to gamble at online casinos and let go of the traditional ones for now. You can check out casinous online casino for more information about online gambling.
Places With Confirmed Cases
Majority of the confirmed cases are from China where the virus originated. To date, there are 80 000 confirmed cases and over 3000 deaths in China.
Other Asian Countries
South Korea has the second largest country that was hit by the virus with close to 7 500 confirmed cases and 53 deaths. However 118 people are said to have recovered.
511 people tested positive to the virus in Japan and there have been 17 deaths. Taiwan reported one death on February 16, Thailand has 50 confirmed cases, Vietnam has 30 while Hong Kong has 115 confirmed cases.
The United States has 600 confirmed cases and 22 deaths. COVID 19 has reached 34 states with New York being the highest number of confirmed cases.
In Italy, there are over 73 000 confirmed cases and over 360 deaths. France has 1209 confirmed cases and 19 deaths.
Other Affected Countries
The United Kingdom has 51 confirmed cases and one confirmed death. India has 43 confirmed cases and no death. Brazil has 25 cases while Australia has 85 confirmed cases and 19 deaths.