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Pakistan adds 1523 diagnoses to new highs, India blockade orders increase more than 3,000 people infected

An Indian health worker checks the temperature of a child who had been stranded for weeks due to the lockdown to curb the spread of new coronavirus before allowing her to board a bus, in Bangalore, India, Wednesday, May 6, 2020. India partly relaxed its lockdown this week. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)

New Coronary Pneumonia continues to wreak havoc in many countries. Pakistan has added 1,523 newly diagnosed cases, hitting a single-day high for two consecutive days. The cumulative number of people infected has exceeded 24,000 and 564 people have died. India ’s epidemic situation has not shown signs of easing. More than 3,500 confirmed cases have been added in a single day, with a total of nearly 53,000 cases and 89 more deaths.

Pakistani media reported that after the tens of thousands of mosques were reopened at the end of last month, a large number of believers went to the temple every day to participate in religious activities. The people hardly wear masks and sit close to each other, increasing the risk of virus transmission.

On the other hand, although India actually “closed the city”, the home order that lasted for several weeks seemed to fail to stop the epidemic. In the past day, more than 3,500 people were diagnosed, increasing to nearly 53,000 people infected and more than 1,700 people died. , Delhi and Ahmedabad, the three most densely populated cities considered to be the engines of national economic development are the most severe.

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