Ninety percent of the deaths occurred in Hubei Province , With more than 3,000 coronavirus casualties, how can large cities prevent the spread of coronavirus?
After China confirmed 42 new deaths, the global death toll from Corona virus has exceeded 3,000.
Ninety percent of the deaths occurred in Hubei Province, China, where the virus was first diagnosed last December.
In addition to China, ten other countries have reported the virus. So far, 30 cases have been confirmed in Italy and 50 cases have been confirmed in Iran.
To date, 90,000 cases of Corona virus have been reported worldwide and are rapidly spreading outside of China. However, according to the World Health Organization, most patients are asymptomatic, and mortality from coronavirus has dropped from 5% to 2%.
Corona virus is present on all continents except Antarctica, and this is the first time it has spread to China.
In more cities where people live and work together, the possibility of an outbreak is worrying.
Here are the problems facing major cities in the world, and we will look at the measures these cities are taking to address them.
Public transportation provides an enabling environment for the spread of the virus.
When someone coughs or sneezes, the nasal cavity or nasal passages fall on the interface of public transportation, which is mainly the cause of the virus transmission.
According to research on influenza, people who use public transport in winter are more than six times more likely to develop respiratory infections.
As a result, authorities from South Korea to Italy and Iran have ordered extensive cleaning of trains, buses and stations.
In events where people are excited about things like games, the virus has the potential to spread to places where Corona is already infected.
The Formula 1 Grand Prix in Shanghai has been postponed due to the outbreak of the Corona virus.
The sixth Asian Champions League game has also been postponed. Four Iranian teams participated in the competition.
In Europe, football and football matches in which the Italian team participates have become victims of tattoos.
However, the biggest obstacle to the global sports calendar is probably the Tokyo Olympics, which will begin on July 24.
So far, Japan has been required to cut off flashlights to various cultural attractions before the Olympics, but the International Olympic Committee has not ruled out the possibility of cancelling the Olympics in the event of a corona virus outbreak.
In addition to sports, religious ceremonies are also prohibited.
The Saudi Arabian government has announced that the entry of foreign tourists into Mecca and Medina Munaval has been suspended.
More and more governments are recommending Corona virus in their schools.
Schools and universities in Japan, Thailand, Iran, and Iraq have been temporarily closed.
The United States and the United Kingdom have not proposed closing schools, but four schools in the UK have cancelled all intensive cleaning courses as students return from skiing in Italy.
Urges parents who recently traveled with their children to Iran, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Southeast Asia, and northern Italy to stay at home and not let their children go to school.
Corona virus is affecting business practices at one of the most important technology centers in the world.
U.S. cities San Diego and San Francisco have been put in a state of emergency and instructed employees working in the office not to go hand in hand with meeting participants.
Facebook cancelled its annual marketing conference in March, and major sponsors and exhibitors of the world’s largest cybersecurity conference in San Francisco declined to attend.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a directive advising employers to encourage employees to work from home, especially when they experience symptoms such as fever or shortness of breath.
According to US officials, raising public awareness of the importance of such hand-washing measures is an important part of fighting the spread of coronavirus.
According to the World Health Organization, everyone should take the following steps to prevent the spread of corona virus:
Wash your hands regularly
Cover nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing
Stay away from people with symptoms of respiratory diseases.
Stay away from wild or farm animals