Фото: Дунё бўйича коронавирус қурбонлари сони 1 миллиондан ошди

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Фото: REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

Reuters ахборот агентлигининг тўплаётган статистикасига кўра, 29 сентябрь сешанба кунига келиб дунёда коронавирусдан вафот этганлар сони 1 миллиондан ошди. Мазкур пандемия ўтган саккиз ой ичида дунёдаги мамлакатларнинг иқтисодини вайрон қилди, соғлиқни сақлаш тизимларини касаллар билан тўлдирди ва одамларнинг яшаш тарзини ўзгартирди.

Ҳозиргача коронавирусдан вафот этганлар сони безгак касаллигидан бир йил ичида ўладиганлар сонидан ошиб кетди. Сўнгги пайтларда бир қанча мамлакатларда CОVID-19 билан янги касалланиш ҳолатлари кўпайиб бормоқда.

“Бизнинг дунёмиз дард ва изтиробли даврга келди. Вирус ҳақидаги статистика одамни жуда зериктиради. Лекин, биз ҳар бир инсон ҳаёти учун курашишни давом эттиришимиз керак. Вирусдан қурбон бўлганлар кимнингдир онаси ё отаси, аёли ё эри, опаси ё акаси, дўсти ва касбдоши эди” дейди БМТнинг Бош Котиби Антонио Гутерреш ўзининг баёнотида.

Коронавирусдан илк ўлим ҳолати шу йилнинг январида Хитойда қайд этилганди. Июнь ойига келиб дунёда вирус қурбонлари сони ярим миллионга етди. Уларнинг сони 1 миллионга етиши учун эса атиги уч ой кифоя қилди.

Reuters нинг ҳисоб-китобларига кўра, ҳозирги кунда жаҳон бўйлаб кунига ўртача 5400 киши CОVID-19 сабаб оламдан ўтмоқда. Бу соатига 226 киши, ҳар 16 сонияда эса 1 нафар одам коронавирусдан ўлаётганини англатади.

Қуйида мазкур вирус дунёга қанчалик ғам олиб келганини суратларда томоша қилишингиз мумкин.

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