Covid 19 prevention Google Doodle urges people to wear masks and
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NEW DELHI: In a public service announcement, Google Doodle on Tuesday urged folks to put on masks and save lives as Covid-19 circumstances surge within the nation.
Putting a masks on all its alphabets, Google shared info sources for folks to know and perceive how they’ll forestall the unfold of coronavirus.
In a easy message, Google Doodle reminded all to “wear a face cover, wash your hands and keep a safe distance.”
To make appropriate info on Covid-19 extra accessible, the doodle takes readers to a ‘extra information’ possibility that directs to the ministry of household and baby growth web site.

Global Covid-19 caseload tops 131.6mn
The general world Covid-19 caseload has topped 131.6 million, whereas the deaths have surged to greater than 2.85 million, in line with Johns Hopkins University.
In its newest replace on Tuesday morning, the University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed that the present world caseload and demise toll stood at 131,696,594 and a pair of,859,357, respectively.
The US is the worst-hit nation with the world’s highest variety of circumstances and deaths at 30,777,338 and 555,403, respectively, in line with the CSSE.
Brazil follows in second place with 13,013,601 circumstances and 332,752 fatalities.
The different international locations with greater than two million confirmed coronavirus circumstances are India (12,589,067), France (four,893,971), Russia (four,538,101), the UK (four,376,629), Italy (three,678,944), Turkey (three,529,601), Spain (three,311,325), Germany (2,903,036), Colombia (2,456,409), Poland (2,448,463), Argentina (2,407,159) and Mexico (2,250,458), the CSSE figures confirmed.
In phrases of deaths, Mexico is available in third place with 204,147 fatalities.
Nations with a demise toll of over 50,000 are India (165,101), the UK (127,106), Italy (111,326), Russia (99,049), France (97,005), Germany (77,070), Spain (75,783), Colombia (64,293), Iran (63,332), Argentina (56,471), Poland (55,005), Peru (53,138) and South Africa (52,995).
(With inputs from companies)


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