November 22 statement announced coronavirus – Turkey Last minute count and the number of death cases corona virus! Record…

The table of the day regarding the coronavirus picture, which has risen significantly all over the world and in our country, has been announced. Health Minister Fahrettin Koca published the highly anticipated coronavirus table at around 20:00.

NOVEMBER 22 CORONAVIRUS TABLE

MINISTER KOCA: “We have 6,017 patients detected today. We must strictly comply with the rules so that the measures and restrictions will give results soon. The method of combating the epidemic has not changed for centuries: Hand Cleaning, Mask and Distance. Let’s follow the precautions for our loved ones.

22 CORONAVIRUS TABLE NUMBER OF CASE AND NUMBER OF DEATH

152 thousand 214 in Turkey in the last 24 hours Kovid-19 test was performed, 5 thousand 532 people were put to diagnose, 135 people lost their lives.

Daily Turkey Coronavirus Table, “is covid19.saglik.gov.t” was shared by the address.

According to current data, 152 thousand 214 Kovid-19 tests were carried out in the last 24 hours, 5 thousand 532 people were diagnosed with the disease. 135 people died in the last 24 hours, with the completion of the Kovid-19 treatment of 3 thousand 233 people, the number of those who recovered rose to 370 thousand 825.

The total number of tests reached 17 million 90 thousand 101. The number of patients was 440 thousand 805, the number of deaths was 12 thousand 219, the number of serious patients was 4 thousand 121, the number of active patients was 57 thousand 761.

According to weekly data, this week, the rate of pneumonia in patients is 3.8 percent, the bed occupancy rate is 54.7 percent, the adult intensive care occupancy rate is 70.8 percent, the ventilator occupancy rate is 37.6 percent, the average contact detection time is 11 hours, and the radiation rate. It was recorded as 99.6 percent.

CORONAVIRUS TABLE WORLDWIDE

The total number of cases detected in the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) epidemic worldwide has exceeded 57 million 910 thousand.

According to the “Worldometers” website, where updated data on cases in countries and regions with Kovid-19 were compiled, 1 million 377 thousand 762 people died worldwide due to the virus.

While the number of cases increased to 57 million 910 thousand 582, 40 million 108 thousand 895 people detected with the virus regained their health.

There are 16 million 423 thousand 295 patients whose treatments continue.

In the USA, where the highest number of cases and deaths were seen, Kovid-19 was detected in 12 million 274 thousand 726 people, 260 thousand 283 people died due to the epidemic.

In addition to the USA, countries with more than 500 thousand cases are as follows:

“India (9 million 50 thousand 613), Brazil (6 million 20 thousand 164), France (2 million 109 thousand 170), Russia (2 million 39 thousand 926), Spain (1 million 589 thousand 219), England (1 million 473 thousand 508), Argentina (1 million 359 thousand 42), Italy (1 million 345 thousand 767), Colombia (1 million 233 thousand 444), Mexico (1 million 25 thousand 969), Peru (946 thousand 87), Germany ( 901 thousand 659), Iran (828 thousand 377), Poland (819 thousand 262), South Africa (762 thousand 763), Ukraine (598 thousand 85), Belgium (553 thousand 680), Chile (537 thousand 585) and Iraq ( 531 thousand 769). “

In addition to the USA, countries where the number of virus-related deaths exceeded 10 thousand are as follows:

“Brazil (168 thousand 662), India (132 thousand 764), Mexico (100 thousand 823), England (54 thousand 286), Italy (48 thousand 569), France (48 thousand 265), Iran (43 thousand 896), Spain (42 thousand 619), Argentina (36 thousand 790), Peru (35 thousand 484), Russia (35 thousand 311), Colombia (34 thousand 929), South Africa (20 thousand 759), Indonesia (15 thousand 678), Belgium (15 thousand 352), Chile (15 thousand 3), Germany (14 thousand 76), Ecuador (13 thousand 95), Poland (12 thousand 714), Turkey (12 thousand 84), Iraq (11 thousand 883), Canada (11 thousand 334) and Ukraine (10 thousand 598). “

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