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Italy Experienced the Day With the Highest Number of Coronavirus Deaths Ever

Italy has 49 more deaths due to coronavirus infection, the highest number of deaths within 24 hours ever recorded in this country.

According to CNN , director of the Italian Civil Protection Agency Angelo Borelli on March 6, 49 more people died in the country due to corona virus, bringing the total number of deaths from Covid-19 to 197. This is the number. Covid-19 deaths in the highest 24 hours ever recorded in Italy.

On March 6, Italy added 778 cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 4,636, the highest in all of Europe and currently second only to China and South Korea .

Medical staff in Lombardy, Northern Italy. 

Of the 197 people who died from the coronavirus, Italian authorities said the average age of the victims was 81.

In France , authorities say the country has detected 230 more cases of corona virus, up 30% from just one day earlier. Thus, France currently has 653 cases positive for coronavirus, of which 9 have died. The number of virus infections recovered in France is only 12.

Neighboring France, 118 new cases of the coronavirus have been recorded, bringing the total number of people infected in the country to 400. The number of deaths from coronavirus in the last 24 hours of Spain has increased by 5 people up to 8.

Meanwhile, the number of coronavirus infections in Germany continues to increase rapidly. By the morning of 7/3, Germany has recorded 125 more cases positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number of infected people in this country to 670, the second highest in Europe after Italy.

Notably, Switzerland witnessed the number of people infected with the corona virus nearly doubled in just one day. Specifically, the number of people identified positive for corona virus has increased from 110 to 214 in just the past 24 hours, of which 1 case has died.

A number of other European countries also witnessed a sharp increase in the number of corona virus infections, including the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Norway and Austria. Meanwhile, Serbia and Slovakia are the latest countries in Europe to have the first case of corona virus infection.

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