New Delhi, Jul 17: There is no community spread of the COVID contagion yet in India, as per the World Health Organisation (WHO).
According to the WHO’s latest released status report on the COVID 19, figures till July 16 have been included, and the organisation in its report has said that in the South East Asian countries, there are two nations that are Bangladesh and Indonessia, which have community spread of COVID 19.
As per the WHO report, India, Nepal, Thailand, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Myanmar do not have community spread of the virus yet.
It said that Bhutan and East Timor have very less cases of Corona virus, and as per the data upto July 16 that is Thursday, Bhutan had 84 COVID cases, while Eastern Timor has 24 confirmed cases of the virus spread.
Amongst the South East Asian nations, it is India that has maximum number of the COVID cases, standing at 968876 till Thursday, followed by Bandladesh with 193590, then Indonesia with case count of 80094, Nepal with 17177 cases, Thailand 3236, Maldives 2831, Sri Lanka 2674 and Myanmar with 337 contagion cases, as per the WHO’s report.
It further said that in these nations, India has the highest number of pandemic deaths.
Bangladesh has recorded 2457 COVID deaths, Indonesia 3797, Nepal 39, Thailand 58, Maldives 14, Sri Lanka 11 and Myanmar has six deaths due to the contagion.
As per WHO, there has been no COVID death in Bhutan and Timor.
Meanwhile, the neighbouring country Pakistan has so far had 5426 COVID fatalities till Thursday, while the contagion tally of the nation is 257914.