Covid-19 has caused a lot of harm across the world.It has not only affected individuals health but also the economy of most countries.According to statistics in worldometers.info there have been about 120 million cases and 2.7 million deaths since its first occurrence in late 2019.
Covid-19 has undoubtedly won a top spot in the list of world’s worst pandemics ever since its first case in Wuhan China. This strange viral infection, manifested by familiar pneumonia-like signs and symptoms has brought down many businesses, brought in several re-definitions and change in human norms. But let’s shift our focus for a moment, there are even worst pandemics that happened years ago, that Corona may still need good time to match, that is considering the mortalities that resulted from them.
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Lockdown and movements has been eased in Kenya after Uhuru Kenyatta confirming that the restrictions can be eased to test situation of Covid-19 in the country. However, Uhuru said that the country will be locked up again if by chance the cases spike again. However, it is like the journey of the pandemic is not over. China has issued another warning of the possible pandemic that has already started in the country. According to the reports issued by Daily Mail Online, the disease by the name Bubonic plague also
The Black Death :Bubonic Plague The black death is one of the deadliest diseases in human history.It ravaged most part of Europe and the Mediterranean from 1346 to 1353.It killed over 50 million people.
As the world is grappling with the deadly Coronavirus desease, another shock is on the way. Reports from Moscow has indicated that there is an another deadly outbreak of bubonic plague that has originated from Mongolia and China. According to more reports, the desease has infected several people has seen over 2,500 adults and over 600 children being vaccinated so far from the desease. The Black Death disease is reportedly spread by fleas living on wild rodents.And a massive sanitation campaign has since been
When 2020 began, we had hope of a better year after a 2019 where the economy didn't favor many people. Little did we know what was in store for us! Covid-19 has killed more than a million people and infected more than 50 million people worldwide. Fortunately, there's hope for a vaccine. But, do you know that COVID-19 is not the worst pandemic to hit the world? In fact, it pales in comparison to other contagious infections that claimed hundreds of millions of lives. Here's a look down history at some of the worst
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Covid-19 is having a profound and devastating effect on the global economy. Many countries are experiencing a drastic rise in levels of unemployment. There is concern that these changes have a disproportionate impact on young people. This evaluation explores how these economic changes impact graduate recruitment in most countries severely hit by covid-19. Significant impacts on labour market results are predicted, given the economic crises facing many countries amid the covid- 19 pandemics. While pandemic differs,
A pandemic is defined by wikipedia as a disease epidemic that has spread across a large region, for instance multiple continents or worldwide. Our home, earth, has through out history been hit by several pandemics. Some of these pandemics have claimed lives in counts of millions. One of the worst such the most devastating pandemics was the Black Death, which killed an estimated 75–200 million people in the 14th century. Throughout history, small pox has claimed the lives of 300-500 million. It hence t