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The US, Brazil, and Britain are among the 5 countries most affected by Coronavirus. The people of the three countries are angry due to increasing infection and deaths from it. The public is taking to the streets against President Donald Trump in the US, President Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Britain. They are expressing anger through social media. Somewhere there is resentment for not strictly following the lockdown and social distancing, while there is anger at the country’s poor health services.

American Protester

American People protests against government

Coronavirus World Wide Spread

29 Jun 2020, 6:22 AM (GMT)

COVID-19 Global Stats

10,331,802 Total Cases
506,081 Death Cases
5,608,812 Recovered Cases

Coronavirus Highlights

  • Protests begin in 3 big countries proving to be weaker than Corona
  • PM Johnson is surrounded by defending aide in case of lockdown break in Britain

List of Countries have day by day increase coronavirus infected

Country Confirmed Recovered Death
USA2,653,392 1,099,219 128,566
Brazil1,352,708 733,848 57,774
Russia641,156 403,430 9,166
India567,199 335,210 16,902
UK311,965 0 43,575
Spain296,050 0 28,346
Peru279,419 167,998 9,317
Chile275,999 236,154 5,575
Italy240,436 189,196 34,744
Iran225,205 186,180 10,670

America: Trump playing golf; People said – 1 lakh deaths, you are worried

In the US, President Donald Trump went to play golf for the second consecutive day. People strongly opposed this. Some people were standing outside the golf club carrying placards. It was written on this – 1 lakh people have died. We are worried are you worried

To this, Trump told the media, “Yes, I’m worried, so I ordered the White House flag to be half-tilted on Memorial Day Weekend in memory of those killed by Corona.” Leaders of the opposition are trying to discredit us. Nobody notices our good works. ‘

Earlier, Trump tweeted, “New cases of Corona have come down in America. The rate of deaths is also coming down. Let us know that 16,86,436 cases have been reported in the US so far. While 1,00,017 deaths have occurred.







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