Corona death is still a worldwide concern. At the same time, some patients have developed complications after being infected with the coronavirus.
Canada, December 10: The Corona Pendemic epidemic has been raging around the world since last December. Most people who come in contact with the corona virus are recovering. In India too, the patient recovery rate has increased. However, the number of deaths due to this serious disease (Corona Deaths) is not low. Corona death is still a worldwide concern. At the same time, some patients have developed complications after being infected with the corona virus. Therefore, it takes several months for treatment. A similar case was reported in Canada.
The case of a woman in Canada is somewhat different. She was infected with corona nine months ago. She still couldn’t get rid of Corona’s illness. The 35-year-old Canadian woman is named Ashley Antonio. She has been suffering from corona for the last 9 months. Even after so many days, Corona did not give up.
She says Corona will never leave me. Antonio suffers from a variety of complications, including headaches, lung disease, dizziness, palpitations, and joint pain. Antonio continued: ‘Sometimes I feel good and suddenly I can’t even breathe and I can’t move. She is currently undergoing treatment and hopes to recover soon.
Corona cases around the world
Currently, the number of people infected with the corona virus in the world is 19,673,043. Last year, the virus was first reported in China. The virus then spread around the world at wind speeds. The virus has killed 1,575,773 people so far. So far, 69,234,626 people worldwide have been infected with the deadly virus. Worldwide, 4,79,462 people have been infected with the corona virus. The United States, India, and Brazil have the highest rates of coronavirus infection. But the recent news of the corona virus vaccine has shown a ray of hope. The number of patients infected with the corona virus in the United States has risen to 15,820,042, while 296,698 people have lost their lives so far in the United States.