About 60,000 deaths in one month due to Corona, China admitted

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China has admitted that nearly 60,000 people have died due to the epidemic coronavirus in the last one month after canceling the zero covid policy.

On Saturday, the country’s government health agency published information on this for the first time. This news was reported in a report of South China Morning Post.

Xiao Yahui, director of the medical affairs department of the National Health Commission of China, said that medical institutes have reported the death of 5,503 people due to corona in the past month (from December 8 to January 12). At the same time, another 54 thousand 435 people died due to various diseases like cancer or cardiovascular diseases due to Corona.

According to China, the average age of these dead people is 80.3 years. 90 percent of those who died were 65 years or older.

A research report from Peking University in China said that as of January 11. Nearly 900 million people have been infected with the coronavirus in the country. In number which is 64 percent of the total population of the country.

China has imposed the most social restrictions to combat the coronavirus since 2020. As a result, the country’s economic progress has been severely disrupted. The strict restrictions imposed under China’s zero-covid policy were recently lifted when protests took place across the country.

After this, the corona virus infection started to increase in the country. As a result, corona patients are overcrowded in different hospitals of the country and long queues of dead bodies are seen at funeral places. In such a situation, various countries have imposed various restrictions including showing the Covid negative test certificate for travelers coming from China.

A top infectious disease expert in China has warned that the country’s rural areas will see a spike in coronavirus infections during the week-long public holiday to mark the Chinese New Year.

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