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Corona virus havoc/ Asian wrestling Olympic qualifier competition canceled

The Health Commission is very concerned about the corona virus and has issued guidelines regarding the prevention and control of corona in medical institutions. Due to this, the Asian Wrestling Olympic qualifier competition has also been canceled.

New Delhi: Corona virus continues to wreak havoc. The Asian Wrestling Olympic qualifier competition has been canceled due to the threat of Corona virus. It was going to be in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan this year. Many wrestlers from India were also participating in this competition. After a few days now this competition will be held elsewhere. Please tell that this program was going to be held this month.

Corona’s havoc is not diminishing

On Friday, 44 more people died due to Corona virus. Due to which the number of people who died due to this in the world has increased to 2,788. At the same time, around 83000 people are infected due to this virus in the world. The National Health Commission (NHC) Commission said that the maximum corona virus has been affected in Hubei province. Whose capital Wuhan started spreading this virus from December last year.

Due to this, the market is also seeing a decline for the past few weeks. Although its outbreak continues in Hubei, but life is slowly returning to the track in other cities of China. It is a matter of relief that no new cases of corona virus have been reported in 26 provinces of China. According to Xinhua News Agency report, a total of 406 new corona virus cases were reported in China on Tuesday. The maximum number of these cases were 401 in Hubei province, one in Shandong, one each in Shanghai and Hebei and two in Sichuan. This is confirmed by data released by the National Health Commission and local health officials.

There were only five cases of infection from other parts of China.

Hubei province has the most outbreak of the virus. Apart from Hubei, there have been a total of five infection cases from other parts of China on Tuesday. This number is less than the previous days. Earlier on Monday, this number was nine. The World Health Organization (WHO) has ranked the virus at the highest level of global risk assessment after the corona virus has spread to Africa and fallen in financial markets.

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