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A person died in JAPAN for the first time due to the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19).

Hi, yesterday I mentioned in my article “Living Hell in Diamond Princess Cruise Ship” the article that when the Diamond Princess Cruise ship arrived at Yokohama Port in the south of Tokyo earlier this week, it had about 3,700 passengers and crew. A total of 175 people were detected on the Diamond Princess Cruise ship, corona virus infection.

According to the news of the Kyodo agency, Japanese Minister of Health Kato Katsunobu announced that the country suffered the first loss of life due to new types of coronavirus (Kovid-19).

Kato reported that the person in question was a woman in her 80s, who had been treated since the beginning of February at a hospital in the Kanagawa district near Tokyo, the capital, after she started showing symptoms.

It was recorded that the woman was carrying the virus and was confirmed after her death.

In Japan, on the passenger ship “Diamond Princess” quarantined on February 4 due to the new type of coronavirus epidemic, 44 more viruses were detected and the number of cases on the ship increased to 218, the total number of cases in the country was 247.

Kovid-19, which was first detected on 12 December 2019 in Wuhan, China’s Hubey province, declared the World Health Organization (WHO) an “emergency”, after it spread to other cities and countries in a short time.

In China, the loss of life due to the Kovid-19 outbreak rose to 1368, and the number of infected people rose to 59,883.

Hopefully, this virus outbreak ends soon!

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