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• Name Of The School
HAPPY HOME PUBLIC
SCHOOL
• Name Of The Student
SHAURYA ANCHAL
• Roll Number
6 (Six)
• Class/Section
IX-E (9TH E)
Topic
HOW
COVID-19
AFFECTED
OUR
COUNTRY
INDEX
S.NO TOPIC DATE PAGE NO. TEACHER'S
SIGNATURE
1.) COVER PAGE OF THE PROJECT May 18, 2021 1-1
2.) INDEX May 18, 2021 2-2
3.) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT May 18, 2021 3-3
4.) CERTIFICATION May 18, 2021 4-4
5.) SUBJECT ( OVERVIEW, IMACT IN LIFE
, ONLINE STUDIES, ROLE OF
GOVERNMENT, COMPARISION
BETWEEN INDIA AND OTHER
COUNTRIES , VACCINATION DRIVE
ETC. )
May 18, 2021 5-23
6.) REPORT PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT May 22, 2021 24-24
7.) BIBLIOGRAPHY
ACKNOWLEDGEM
ENT
I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude
to my Social Science teacher "MRS BALJEET KAUR" for
their able guidance and support in completing my
Project.
I would also like to extend my gratitude to the
Principal Ma'am "MRS. ANITA HANS" for providing me
with all the facility that was required.
DATE: SHAURYA ANCHAL
MAY 18, 2021 IX-E (9TH E)
CERTIFICATION
This is to certify that "SHAURYA ANCHAL" student of class
IX-E has successfully completed his SOCIAL SCIENCE
PROJECT on "HOW COVID-19 AFFECTED OUR COUNTRY"
under the guidance of "MRS. BALJEET KAUR"
S ANCHAL
__________________ _________________
MRS. BALJEET KAUR SHAURYA ANCHAL
HISTORY OF CORONA VIRUS (COVID-19)
HOW DID COVID-19 CAME IN CHINA
IT WAS ORIGINATED IN WUHAN, CHINA
The novel coronavirus in China may have originated
from bats, according to two latest studies published
in the journal Nature. In the first study, the
researchers carried out a genome sequence of the
virus associated with the respiratory disease
outbreak in China, isolated from a patient working
in the seafood market linked to the initial cases.
The study found that the virus was closely related
to a group of SARS-like coronaviruses previously
identified in bats in China.
The first patient was admitted to a hospital on
December 12 last year, and investigations have
identified a seafood market, which also sold wild
animals, in Wuhan, capital of Hubei, as the
potential source of the outbreak.
The researchers also found that the virus sequence
was 96 per cent identical at the whole-genome
level to a bat coronavirus, suggesting that bats are a
probable source of this coronavirus.
COVID-19 EPIDEMIC PANDEMIC
OVERVIEW
The Coronavirus 2019, officially labelled as
COVID-19 by WHO, is a respiratory illness that
first started in China
The Virus is widely spreading across all the
countries causing many deaths.
WUHA
N
SYMPTOMS
Most common symptoms:
• fever
• dry cough
• tiredness
Less common symptoms:
• aches and pains
• sore throat
• diarrhea
• conjunctivitis
• headache
• loss of taste or smell
• a rash on skin, or discoloration of
fingers or toes
Serious symptoms:
• difficulty breathing or shortness of
breath
• chest pain or pressure
• loss of speech or movement
COVID-19
PREVENTION
Protect yourself and others around you by knowing the facts and
taking appropriate precautions. Follow advice provided by your
local health authority.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19:
Clean your hands often. Use soap and water, or an alcohol-based
hand rub.
Maintain a safe distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
Wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible.
Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
Cover your nose and mouth with your bent elbow or a tissue when
you cough or sneeze.
Stay home if you feel unwell.
If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical
attention.
Calling in advance allows your healthcare provider to quickly direct
you to the right health facility. This protects you, and prevents the
spread of viruses and other infections.
Masks
Masks can help prevent the spread of the virus from the person
wearing the mask to others. Masks alone do not protect against
COVID-19, and should be combined with physical distancing and
hand hygiene. Follow the advice provided by your local health
authority.
END THIS EPIDEMIC PANDEMIC
IMPACT ON LIFE
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has affected day to day life and is slowing down
the global economy. This pandemic has affected thousands of peoples, who
are either sick or are being killed due to the spread of this disease. The most
common symptoms of this viral infection are fever, cold, cough, bone pain
and breathing problems, and ultimately leading to pneumonia. This, being a
new viral disease affecting humans for the first time, vaccines are not yet
available. Thus, the emphasis is on taking extensive precautions such as
extensive hygiene protocol (e.g., regularly washing of hands, avoidance of
face to face interaction etc.), social distancing, and wearing of masks, and so
on. This virus is spreading exponentially region wise. Countries are banning
gatherings of people to the spread and break the exponential curve. Many
countries are locking their population and enforcing strict quarantine to
control the spread of the havoc of this highly communicable disease.
COVID-19 has rapidly affected our day to day life, businesses, disrupted
the world trade and movements. Identification of the disease at an early
stage is vital to control the spread of the virus because it very rapidly
spreads from person to person. Most of the countries have slowed down
their manufacturing of the products. The various industries and sectors are
affected by the cause of this disease; these include the pharmaceuticals
industry, solar power sector, tourism, Information and electronics industry.
This virus creates significant knock-on effects on the daily life of citizens, as
well as about the global economy.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed education forever
While countries are at different points in their COVID-19
infection rates, worldwide there are currently more than
1.2 billion children in 186 countries affected by school
closures due to the pandemic. In Denmark, children up to
the age of 11 are returning to nurseries and schools after
initially closing on 12 March, but in South Korea students
are responding to roll calls from their teachers online.
With this sudden shift away from the classroom in many
parts of the globe, some are wondering whether the
adoption of online learning will continue to persist post-
pandemic, and how such a shift would impact the
ROLE OF GOVERNMENT
The COVID-19 pandemic touches every aspect of business, technology, and society. And stable and effective government is at the
heart of managing through this crisis. What we do now will have longer-term implications for the health and safety of our families,
our citizens, the economy, and even global stability.
In the past few weeks, IBM has collaborated with many of our government clients and is driving action across three critical phases
of response.
Immediate response: During times of crisis, governments around the world must act quickly and decisively, even in the face of
limited information. In the next month, governments are facing issues of emergency management, continuity of operations, and
citizen engagement and care.
Cognitive assistants and self-service tools can help agencies provide services to help citizens maintain physical and mental health.
For example, government agencies in Czech Republic, Greece, Poland, Spain, UK and cities across the United States quickly
deployed virtual agents using IBM Watson Assistant for Citizens to help answer citizens’ questions about COVID-19.
In addition, mobility tools and infrastructure can ease the intensifying strain on citizen services, coupled with a reduced workforce
capacity resulting from work-from-home hurdles and restricted citizen movement. IBM is helping cities and states provide mobility
tools to support both government workers and students who have been sent to work from home.
Cognitive analytics can also be applied to help governments understand what is happening and to match resources to demand. For
example, they can use resources such as this AI-powered online map that tracks the spread of U.S. COVID-19 cases down to a
county level from IBM and The Weather Company.
Recover and rebuild: As society moves past the immediate response, governments are anticipating the next challenges. They will
need to rebuild agencies’ confidence; enable citizens to get back to work; help return the private sector to full output; and shorten
the length of the economic downturn.
Technology and process transformation have big roles to play in effectively making that happen. In support, IBM is offering
expanded emergency operations, along with our social program management and healthcare capabilities.
Optimize for the new normal: Finally, governments will be looking ahead to what the “new normal” will be. They need to re-imagine
their business processes and seek better ways to operate, considering a range of questions:
What happened and why? How will we avoid this in the future? What did we learn about how we could work remotely? What
processes and systems helped, and which became obstacles? Which parts of my agency or business need to be redesigned
completely? How do I evaluate my adaptability and resilience, so I am better prepared in the future for unforeseen events?
Given the complexity and dynamics of managing through this extraordinary global crisis, the sharpest focus will be on the most
immediate societal issues, for which public and private sector collaboration can have the greatest impact. The private sector is
stepping up to help governments become more efficient, resilient and robust in performing their missions.
At IBM, we collaborated with the U.S. government, industry, and academia to launch the COVID-19 High-Performance Computing
Consortium, which provides access to the world’s most powerful high-performance computing resources to accelerate scientific
discoveries focused on treatments and a cure. You can read more about all of IBM’s efforts here.
Collectively, we are marshaling our resources and bringing experts together: governments, scientists, developers, partners,
academic institutions, health agencies, and IBMers. We’re managing through the COVID-19 outbreak doing what we do best—
applying data, knowledge, insights and even world-leading compute power to solve problems. Together, as a community, we can
find our way through this.
A final note: During my time as a first responder, a mantra was drilled into my head: “The first rule of emergency management is:
Do not become part of the emergency.”
I hope everyone stays safe in the days ahead and gets time with your family and loved ones. At IBM, we know that those who work
MEASURES TO OVERCOME COVID 19
Preventive measures include physical or social distancing, quarantining, ventilation of indoor spaces, covering coughs
and sneezes, hand washing, and keeping unwashed hands away from the face. The use of face masks or coverings
has been recommended in public settings to minimize the risk of transmissions.
PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA DAMODARDAS MODI SPEECH
SHAURYA
ANCHAL
COVID IN INDIA AND OTHER COUNTRIES
#
Country,
Other
Total
Cases
New
Cases
Total
Deaths
New
Deaths
Total
Recovered
Active
Cases
Serious,
Critical
Tot Cases/
1M pop
Deaths/
1M pop
Total
Tests
Tests/
1M pop Population
World 165,617,501 +69,912 3,433,373 +1,956 145,897,714 16,286,414 99,812 21,247 440.5
1 USA 33,802,324 601,949 27,299,180 5,901,195 7,652 101,596 1,809 468,945,602 1,409,464 332,712,023
2 India 25,772,440 +1,035 287,156 22,355,440 3,129,844 8,944 18,516 206 322,356,187 231,588 1,391,938,524
3 Brazil 15,815,191 441,864 14,330,118 1,043,209 8,318 73,941 2,066 47,073,060 220,081 213,889,584
4 France 5,917,397 108,181 5,188,641 620,575 3,862 90,479 1,654 81,995,097 1,253,731 65,400,845
5 Turkey 5,151,038 45,419 4,980,516 125,103 2,162 60,503 533 51,512,691 605,056 85,137,097
6 Russia 4,974,908 +9,232 117,361 +396 4,591,770 265,777 2,300 34,077 804 134,600,000 921,983 145,989,656
7 UK 4,452,527 127,694 4,284,015 40,818 124 65,286 1,872 172,256,865 2,525,756 68,200,120
8 Italy 4,172,525 124,646 3,741,149 306,730 1,643 69,101 2,064 63,571,711 1,052,802 60,383,369
9 Germany 3,627,777 87,405 3,358,000 182,372 3,708 43,178 1,040 58,093,759 691,427 84,020,058
10 Spain 3,625,928 79,568 3,342,024 204,336 1,740 77,526 1,701 48,928,535 1,046,135 46,770,751
11 Argentina 3,411,160 72,265 3,009,150 329,745 5,877 74,871 1,586 12,728,157 279,367 45,560,644
12 Colombia 3,161,126 82,743 2,961,313 117,070 6,582 61,549 1,611 16,074,868 312,985 51,359,811
13 Poland 2,861,351 +2,086 72,500 +250 2,614,020 174,831 1,309 75,677 1,917 15,335,408 405,591 37,810,035
14 Iran 2,792,204 77,765 2,272,719 441,720 5,158 32,874 916 18,418,983 216,853 84,937,680
15 Mexico 2,387,512 +2,000 220,850 +104 1,907,538 259,124 4,798 18,348 1,697 6,886,170 52,920 130,124,027
16 Ukraine 2,170,398 +5,165 48,899 +203 1,916,194 205,305 177 49,892 1,124 9,914,382 227,908 43,501,627
17 Peru 1,903,615 67,034 1,720,665 115,916 2,660 57,037 2,008 12,240,660 366,758 33,375,320
18 Indonesia 1,758,898 +5,797 48,887 +218 1,621,572 88,439 6,371 177 15,833,852 57,355 276,067,124
19 Czechia 1,656,202 +777 29,967 +7 1,602,974 23,261 213 154,403 2,794 22,272,436 2,076,394 10,726,498
20 South Africa 1,621,362 55,507 1,528,868 36,987 546 27,038 926 11,207,305 186,895 59,965,841
21 Netherlands 1,610,868 17,488 1,393,462 199,918 631 93,828 1,019 13,524,699 787,772 17,168,296
22 Canada 1,342,388 25,066 1,255,714 61,608 1,344 35,295 659 33,754,111 887,488 38,033,326
23 Chile 1,300,629 27,997 1,236,581 36,051 2,972 67,528 1,454 14,076,346 730,837 19,260,593
24 Philippines 1,165,155 +6,100 19,641 +135 1,093,602 51,912 1,819 10,510 177 12,793,212 115,397 110,862,535
25 Iraq 1,151,557 16,069 1,061,975 73,513 457 28,078 392 9,970,564 243,107 41,013,036
26 Romania 1,074,297 +618 29,777 +61 1,029,375 15,145 663 56,174 1,557 8,784,565 459,341 19,124,290
27 Sweden 1,051,762 14,349 902,392 135,021 283 103,574 1,413 9,481,745 933,728 10,154,718
28 Belgium 1,038,514 +3,800 24,768 +19 922,277 91,469 589 89,265 2,129 13,421,361 1,153,626 11,634,063
29 Pakistan 890,391 +4,207 19,987 +131 804,122 66,282 4,517 3,963 89 12,603,469 56,102 224,653,004
30 Portugal 843,278 17,013 804,176 22,089 56 82,914 1,673 11,271,353 1,108,244 10,170,462
31 Israel 839,221 6,395 832,232 594 58 91,244 695 14,487,253 1,575,114 9,197,590
32 Hungary 800,368 +780 29,380 +51 655,959 115,029 212 83,037 3,048 5,687,117 590,030 9,638,698
33 Bangladesh 785,194 +1,457 12,284 +36 727,510 45,400 1,128 4,726 74 5,774,883 34,761 166,132,540
34 Jordan 727,612 9,314 710,445 7,853 729 70,695 905 7,034,669 683,493 10,292,227
35 Serbia 708,328 6,725 682,847 18,756 80 81,358 772 4,041,471 464,201 8,706,292
36 Japan 692,702 11,851 609,086 71,765 1,293 5,492 94 13,307,674 105,504 126,134,642
37 Switzerland 684,954 10,755 626,589 47,610 171 78,637 1,235 7,390,415 848,465 8,710,337
38 Austria 639,616 +562 10,527 +19 619,756 9,333 252 70,663 1,163 37,626,034 4,156,812 9,051,656
39 UAE 551,430 +1,401 1,642 +3 531,459 18,329 55,168 164 47,758,765 4,778,057 9,995,437
40 Lebanon 537,043 7,651 503,774 25,618 292 78,995 1,125 4,241,656 623,915 6,798,451
41 Morocco 515,758 9,106 504,210 2,442 106 13,829 244 6,406,161 171,769 37,295,133
42 Malaysia 492,302 +6,806 2,099 +59 440,032 50,171 587 15,041 64 10,765,602 328,917 32,730,407
43 Nepal 480,418 5,657 360,403 114,358 16,232 191 2,834,098 95,758 29,596,521
44 Saudi Arabia 436,239 7,201 420,671 8,367 1,372 12,362 204 18,194,963 515,586 35,289,873
45 Bulgaria 415,687 17,416 369,781 28,490 460 60,225 2,523 2,709,565 392,565 6,902,215
46 Ecuador 412,907 19,979 354,499 38,429 584 23,095 1,118 1,380,547 77,219 17,878,294
47 Slovakia 388,138 12,262 372,055 3,821 171 71,062 2,245 2,778,680 508,732 5,461,974
48 Greece 383,558 11,587 340,612 31,359 642 36,958 1,116 9,003,208 867,521 10,378,085
49 Belarus 381,546 +1,457 2,742 +10 371,666 7,138 40,390 290 6,154,084 651,462 9,446,581
50 Panama 372,221 6,305 360,254 5,662 105 85,091 1,441 2,548,227 582,532 4,374,396
51 Kazakhstan 366,481 +2,433 4,124 327,026 35,331 221 19,315 217 10,989,671 579,192 18,974,127
52 Croatia 352,692 +695 7,828 +36 339,780 5,084 148 86,383 1,917 1,953,059 478,351 4,082,899
53 Bolivia 340,207 +2,766 13,693 +58 276,549 49,965 200 28,800 1,159 1,342,772 113,670 11,812,907
54 Georgia 334,705 +1,104 4,540 +21 315,254 14,911 84,046 1,140 4,679,242 1,174,978 3,982,409
55 Azerbaijan 331,040 4,814 317,609 8,617 32,393 471 3,414,614 334,125 10,219,584
56 Tunisia 329,925 12,032 291,515 26,378 445 27,661 1,009 1,403,153 117,641 11,927,375
57 Paraguay 321,032 7,914 266,328 46,790 569 44,529 1,098 1,212,383 168,164 7,209,542
58 Palestine 304,532 3,448 295,643 5,441 59 58,505 662 1,795,993 345,035 5,205,251
59 Kuwait 294,693 1,703 280,940 12,050 185 68,121 394 2,487,024 574,897 4,326,035
60 Costa Rica 293,820 3,696 225,950 64,174 517 57,219 720 1,134,165 220,868 5,135,044
61
Dominican
Republic
279,565 3,597 234,785 41,183 306 25,546 329 1,491,612 136,300 10,943,590
62 Denmark 269,343 2,505 253,678 13,160 23 46,357 431 48,583,579 8,361,806 5,810,178
63 Lithuania 268,684 +865 4,155 +16 244,352 20,177 165 99,932 1,545 3,176,724 1,181,525 2,688,665
64 Ethiopia 267,597 4,038 222,560 40,999 524 2,278 34 2,666,416 22,701 117,455,676
65 Ireland 256,893 4,941 238,970 12,982 38 51,520 991 4,729,538 948,510 4,986,281
66 Moldova 254,213 6,053 245,510 2,650 124 63,148 1,504 1,059,810 263,262 4,025,687
67 Slovenia 250,811 +358 4,345 +7 240,211 6,255 111 120,629 2,090 1,244,800 598,695 2,079,190
68 Uruguay 249,365 3,638 216,589 29,138 492 71,567 1,044 2,044,626 586,805 3,484,339
69 Egypt 249,238 14,498 183,696 51,044 90 2,396 139 2,715,258 26,101 104,027,039
70 Guatemala 243,833 7,928 224,185 11,720 5 13,393 435 1,360,587 74,732 18,206,234
71 Honduras 229,211 +924 6,051 +32 83,123 140,037 536 22,823 603 687,858 68,492 10,042,894
72 Armenia 221,559 +191 4,364 +7 209,980 7,215 74,646 1,470 1,050,075 353,784 2,968,126
73 Venezuela 218,814 2,446 202,625 13,743 316 7,714 86 3,359,014 118,422 28,364,814
74 Qatar 214,150 538 209,251 4,361 181 76,270 192 1,981,339 705,654 2,807,805
75 Oman 207,805 2,228 192,198 13,379 252 39,807 427 1,550,000 296,920 5,220,257
76 Bahrain 206,878 773 188,496 17,609 197 118,004 441 4,412,989 2,517,177 1,753,150
77
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
202,847 9,086 170,788 22,973 62,170 2,785 952,119 291,811 3,262,788
78 Libya 182,350 3,097 169,070 10,183 26,225 445 992,938 142,799 6,953,379
79 Kenya 166,382 3,035 114,235 49,112 108 3,036 55 1,756,846 32,054 54,808,842
80 Nigeria 165,852 2,067 156,456 7,329 11 787 10 2,002,653 9,509 210,610,797
81
North
Macedonia
154,891 5,249 146,499 3,143 25 74,349 2,520 763,451 366,463 2,083,299
82 Sri Lanka 151,343 1,051 122,367 27,925 7,042 49 3,075,321 143,089 21,492,357
83 Myanmar 143,159 3,216 132,136 7,807 2,616 59 2,606,374 47,622 54,730,948
84 S. Korea 134,117 +646 1,916 +4 123,659 8,542 151 2,614 37 9,447,358 184,130 51,308,098
85 Albania 132,095 2,438 127,240 2,417 18 45,946 848 680,210 236,593 2,875,024
86 Latvia 129,794 +497 2,301 +3 118,750 8,743 74 69,492 1,232 2,544,385 1,362,272 1,867,751
87 Cuba 128,094 834 120,282 6,978 128 11,315 74 4,060,526 358,687 11,320,516
88 Estonia 128,084 +328 1,235 +3 119,799 7,050 31 96,498 930 1,379,721 1,039,477 1,327,322
89 Algeria 125,896 3,395 87,746 34,755 19 2,826 76 230,861 5,183 44,545,644
90 Norway 120,292 781 88,952 30,559 24 22,037 143 5,507,549 1,008,976 5,458,551
91 Thailand 119,585 +2,636 703 +25 76,636 42,246 1,228 1,709 10 8,124,896 116,146 69,954,374
92 Kyrgyzstan 101,580 +361 1,729 +4 94,803 5,048 86 15,348 261 1,076,421 162,634 6,618,667
93 Montenegro 99,031 1,566 96,226 1,239 60 157,659 2,493 398,604 634,582 628,136
94 Uzbekistan 97,543 +263 676 +2 93,071 3,796 23 2,878 20 1,377,915 40,652 33,895,215
95 Ghana 93,456 783 91,348 1,325 8 2,954 25 1,130,406 35,726 31,641,347
96 Zambia 92,630 1,263 90,919 448 40 4,918 67 1,485,412 78,869 18,834,005
97 Finland 90,946 +259 929 46,000 44,017 26 16,392 167 4,833,711 871,204 5,548,310
98
China 90,920 +12 4,636 85,990 294 5 63 3 160,000,000 111,163 1,439,323,77
6
99 Cameroon 77,429 1,189 70,497 5,743 385 2,855 44 1,518,411 55,980 27,124,116
100 Cyprus 71,533 348 39,061 32,124 49 58,870 286 6,033,252 4,965,247 1,215,096
101
El Salvador 71,479 2,202 +3 66,903 2,374 22 10,971 338 956,458 146,808 6,515,034
102
Mozambiqu
e
70,509 828 68,777 904 21 2,202 26 540,123 16,868 32,020,877
103 Luxembourg 69,398 808 66,803 1,787 21 109,302 1,273 2,797,577 4,406,209 634,917
104 Afghanistan 65,080 +505 2,782 +10 55,687 6,611 1,124 1,639 70 440,122 11,087 39,696,196
105 Singapore 61,730 +41 31 61,183 516 5 10,479 5 11,064,019 1,878,174 5,890,838
106 Namibia 51,827 739 48,531 2,557 49 20,078 286 414,769 160,684 2,581,269
107 Botswana 50,800 774 47,477 2,549 1 21,226 323 1,105,082 461,750 2,393,247
108 Mongolia 50,618 +519 235 +8 44,391 5,992 99 15,225 71 2,858,085 859,670 3,324,631
109 Maldives 48,608 112 29,644 18,852 90 88,556 204 806,165 1,468,700 548,897
110 Jamaica 47,572 892 23,530 23,150 16 16,004 300 359,103 120,806 2,972,554
111 Ivory Coast 46,777 298 46,217 262 1,736 11 619,741 22,996 26,949,915
112 Uganda 43,094 350 42,429 315 24 917 7 1,066,651 22,694 47,002,099
113 Senegal 40,961 +36 1,128 39,672 161 7 2,391 66 502,637 29,343 17,129,853
114 Madagascar 40,519 +134 783 +6 38,679 1,057 256 1,431 28 197,196 6,965 28,313,799
115 Zimbabwe 38,612 1,583 36,416 613 12 2,565 105 453,058 30,098 15,052,944
116 Sudan 34,272 2,446 27,949 3,877 766 55 232,965 5,206 44,745,683
117 Malawi 34,238 1,153 32,246 839 11 1,750 59 240,114 12,274 19,562,387
118 Angola 31,438 696 26,458 4,284 20 931 21 534,728 15,840 33,758,950
119 DRC 30,708 776 26,603 3,329 334 8 156,038 1,697 91,939,459
120 Malta 30,491 +2 417 29,974 100 68,894 942 904,600 2,043,924 442,580
121 Australia 29,994 +3 910 28,952 132 1 1,164 35 17,695,097 686,922 25,759,982
122 Cabo Verde 28,699 253 25,816 2,630 23 51,130 451 158,645 282,640 561,297
123 Rwanda 26,424 348 24,808 1,268 1 1,997 26 1,385,943 104,732 13,233,195
124 Gabon 24,039 147 20,759 3,133 20 10,582 65 779,364 343,073 2,271,714
125 Syria 23,884 1,714 21,460 710 1,336 96 103,566 5,795 17,872,769
126 Cambodia 23,697 +415 164 +5 15,700 7,833 1,400 10 1,097,724 64,869 16,922,225
127 Réunion 23,566 176 21,709 1,681 31 26,157 195 102,720 114,015 900,937
128 Guinea 22,879 153 20,547 2,179 24 1,702 11 446,006 33,174 13,444,275
129
French
Guiana
22,382 110 9,995 12,277 25 73,275 360 243,075 795,783 305,454
130 Mayotte 20,176 171 2,964 17,041 6 72,425 614 176,919 635,081 278,577
131 Mauritania 18,957 457 18,197 303 14 3,985 96 252,970 53,183 4,756,557
132
French
Polynesia
18,835 141 18,661 33 1 66,711 499 26,355 93,346 282,338
133 Eswatini 18,530 672 17,808 50 3 15,828 574 202,579 173,037 1,170,728
134
Trinidad and
Tobago
17,669 331 10,689 6,649 15 12,589 236 160,927 114,663 1,403,482
135 Guadeloupe 16,530 221 2,250 14,059 29 41,306 552 201,479 503,466 400,184
136 Guyana 15,607 349 13,359 1,899 16 19,758 442 140,168 177,451 789,896
137
Papua New
Guinea
14,639 +298 141 +2 13,608 890 1,609 16 110,286 12,125 9,095,647
138 Somalia 14,575 762 6,579 7,234 895 47 123,568 7,590 16,280,830
139 Mali 14,221 512 9,347 4,362 685 25 286,284 13,790 20,760,551
140 Haiti 13,598 276 12,463 859 1,180 24 60,085 5,214 11,524,703
141 Andorra 13,569 127 13,234 208 12 175,369 1,641 193,595 2,502,068 77,374
142 Burkina Faso 13,407 165 13,220 22 626 8 184,886 8,638 21,404,414
143 Tajikistan 13,308 90 13,218 0 1,368 9 9,725,272
144 Togo 13,299 125 12,013 1,161 1,574 15 325,211 38,493 8,448,606
145 Belize 12,753 323 12,346 84 1 31,570 800 127,298 315,125 403,960
146 Suriname 12,409 239 10,507 1,663 32 20,987 404 56,997 96,400 591,257
147 Curaçao 12,262 121 12,080 61 18 74,458 735 105,407 640,056 164,684
148 Martinique 11,866 93 98 11,675 10 31,642 248 174,717 465,902 375,008
149 Hong Kong 11,829 +1 210 11,542 77 2 1,567 28 14,841,321 1,965,605 7,550,510
150 Congo 11,476 150 8,208 3,118 2,036 27 141,948 25,182 5,636,956
151 Djibouti 11,468 152 11,290 26 11,461 152 155,147 155,051 1,000,618
152 Bahamas 11,321 221 10,154 946 8 28,549 557 93,687 236,256 396,549
153 Aruba 10,879 105 10,704 70 14 101,516 980 159,439 1,487,790 107,165
154 Lesotho 10,806 320 6,427 4,059 5,009 148 90,408 41,910 2,157,196
155 South Sudan 10,652 115 10,462 75 942 10 159,088 14,067 11,309,091
156 Seychelles 9,764 35 7,826 1,903 98,743 354 21,504 217,469 98,883
157 Benin 8,025 101 7,893 31 35 647 8 604,310 48,731 12,400,949
158
Equatorial
Guinea
7,694 112 7,279 303 7 5,331 78 123,169 85,344 1,443,206
159 Nicaragua 7,193 185 4,225 2,783 1,075 28 6,693,835
160 CAR 7,010 96 5,112 1,802 2 1,430 20 40,907 8,343 4,903,446
161 Yemen 6,593 1,298 3,120 2,175 23 217 43 50,787 1,671 30,401,395
162 Iceland 6,551 29 6,470 52 55 19,088 85 635,858 1,852,771 343,193
163 Gambia 5,966 175 5,717 74 3 2,410 71 76,379 30,848 2,476,013
164 Niger 5,356 192 5,008 156 2 214 8 103,758 4,155 24,970,329
165 San Marino 5,087 90 4,974 23 4 149,644 2,648 64,241 1,889,775 33,994
166 Timor-Leste 4,949 11 2,636 2,302 3,692 8 86,596 64,601 1,340,465
167 Chad 4,914 173 4,711 30 292 10 117,348 6,969 16,837,771
168 Saint Lucia 4,906 77 4,581 248 2 26,610 418 43,679 236,915 184,366
169 Vietnam 4,720 +30 38 +1 2,687 1,995 48 0.4 3,091,540 31,511 98,109,148
170 Burundi 4,382 6 773 3,603 359 0.5 279,132 22,879 12,200,151
171 Gibraltar 4,286 94 4,192 0 127,249 2,791 245,473 7,287,958 33,682
172 Sierra Leone 4,107 79 3,104 924 506 10 153,257 18,876 8,119,169
173
Channel
Islands
4,059 86 3,956 17 23,158 491 454,413 2,592,601 175,273
174 Barbados 3,975 47 3,922 6 13,817 163 163,940 569,859 287,685
175 Eritrea 3,887 14 3,700 173 1,083 4 23,693 6,601 3,589,539
176 Comoros 3,864 146 3,708 10 4,362 165 885,832
177 Guinea-Bissau 3,746 68 3,438 240 9 1,865 34 65,627 32,671 2,008,723
178 Liechtenstein 2,993 58 2,906 29 3 78,302 1,517 39,109 1,023,153 38,224
179 Taiwan 2,825 +295 15 +1 1,133 1,677 118 0.6 610,865 25,608 23,854,782
180 New Zealand 2,659 +1 26 2,609 24 532 5 2,095,421 418,908 5,002,100
181 Monaco 2,497 32 2,450 15 1 63,236 810 51,953 1,315,699 39,487
182 Bermuda 2,479 32 2,311 136 7 39,936 516 257,772 4,152,590 62,075
183
Turks and
Caicos
2,407 +1 17 2,379 11 2 61,439 434 65,926 1,682,773 39,177
184
Sao Tome and
Principe
2,334 +1 35 2,278 21 10,479 157 13,418 60,244 222,728
185
Sint Maarten 2,326 27 2,236 63 2 53,713 623 28,642 661,417 43,304
186 Liberia 2,142 85 2,022 35 2 415 16 102,186 19,797 5,161,759
187
St. Vincent
Grenadines
1,949 12 1,780 157 2 17,519 108 47,584 427,718 111,251
188 Saint Martin 1,773 12 1,399 362 7 45,178 306 27,588 702,969 39,245
189 Laos 1,737 2 708 1,027 236 0.3 227,269 30,844 7,368,283
190
Caribbean
Netherlands
1,605 17 1,570 18 60,710 643 8,550 323,410 26,437
191 Isle of Man 1,591 29 1,558 4 1 18,624 339 44,761 523,956 85,429
192 Bhutan 1,322 1 1,186 135 1,697 1 754,735 968,753 779,079
193 Mauritius 1,288 17 1,145 126 1,011 13 358,675 281,617 1,273,629
194
Antigua and
Barbuda
1,252 42 1,184 26 2 12,692 426 16,700 169,297 98,643
195 St. Barth 974 1 462 511 98,344 101 26,385 2,664,075 9,904
196
Diamond
Princess
712 13 699 0
197 Faeroe Islands 670 1 667 2 13,666 20 261,497 5,333,734 49,027
198 Cayman Islands 574 2 554 18 8,645 30 94,773 1,427,304 66,400
199 Tanzania 509 21 183 305 7 8 0.3 61,221,230
200
Wallis and
Futuna
445 7 436 2 1 40,217 633 17,264 1,560,235 11,065
221
Saint
Helena
2 2 0 328 6,093
222
Micrones
ia
1 1 0 9 116,083
Total: 165,617,
501
+69,912 3,433,37
3
+1,956 145,897,
714
16,286,4
14
99,812 21,247.2 440.5
REPORT PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT
The Purpose of this project was to make me and my
society aware about Covid-19, to give detailed information
to the people about this EPIDEMIC PANDEMIC which is
really very dangerous. Vaccines are not 100% protective.
Vaccines are not in enough amount. Hospital beds are full.
The only solution is “PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN
CURE”
BIBLIOGRAPHY
I TOOK THE HELP OF :-
PARENTS
FAMILY
FRIENDS
NEIGHBOURS
SOCIETY
https://www.wikipedia.org
• https://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19
• https://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_in_India
https://www.google.com
https://www.youtube.com
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COVID-19 BEST PPT EVER MADE (FULLY DETAILED)

  • 1. • Name Of The School HAPPY HOME PUBLIC SCHOOL • Name Of The Student SHAURYA ANCHAL • Roll Number 6 (Six) • Class/Section IX-E (9TH E) Topic HOW COVID-19 AFFECTED OUR COUNTRY
  • 2. INDEX S.NO TOPIC DATE PAGE NO. TEACHER'S SIGNATURE 1.) COVER PAGE OF THE PROJECT May 18, 2021 1-1 2.) INDEX May 18, 2021 2-2 3.) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT May 18, 2021 3-3 4.) CERTIFICATION May 18, 2021 4-4 5.) SUBJECT ( OVERVIEW, IMACT IN LIFE , ONLINE STUDIES, ROLE OF GOVERNMENT, COMPARISION BETWEEN INDIA AND OTHER COUNTRIES , VACCINATION DRIVE ETC. ) May 18, 2021 5-23 6.) REPORT PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT May 22, 2021 24-24 7.) BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • 3. ACKNOWLEDGEM ENT I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my Social Science teacher "MRS BALJEET KAUR" for their able guidance and support in completing my Project. I would also like to extend my gratitude to the Principal Ma'am "MRS. ANITA HANS" for providing me with all the facility that was required. DATE: SHAURYA ANCHAL MAY 18, 2021 IX-E (9TH E)
  • 4. CERTIFICATION This is to certify that "SHAURYA ANCHAL" student of class IX-E has successfully completed his SOCIAL SCIENCE PROJECT on "HOW COVID-19 AFFECTED OUR COUNTRY" under the guidance of "MRS. BALJEET KAUR" S ANCHAL __________________ _________________ MRS. BALJEET KAUR SHAURYA ANCHAL
  • 5. HISTORY OF CORONA VIRUS (COVID-19) HOW DID COVID-19 CAME IN CHINA IT WAS ORIGINATED IN WUHAN, CHINA The novel coronavirus in China may have originated from bats, according to two latest studies published in the journal Nature. In the first study, the researchers carried out a genome sequence of the virus associated with the respiratory disease outbreak in China, isolated from a patient working in the seafood market linked to the initial cases. The study found that the virus was closely related to a group of SARS-like coronaviruses previously identified in bats in China. The first patient was admitted to a hospital on December 12 last year, and investigations have identified a seafood market, which also sold wild animals, in Wuhan, capital of Hubei, as the potential source of the outbreak. The researchers also found that the virus sequence was 96 per cent identical at the whole-genome level to a bat coronavirus, suggesting that bats are a probable source of this coronavirus. COVID-19 EPIDEMIC PANDEMIC
  • 6. OVERVIEW The Coronavirus 2019, officially labelled as COVID-19 by WHO, is a respiratory illness that first started in China The Virus is widely spreading across all the countries causing many deaths. WUHA N
  • 7. SYMPTOMS Most common symptoms: • fever • dry cough • tiredness Less common symptoms: • aches and pains • sore throat • diarrhea • conjunctivitis • headache • loss of taste or smell • a rash on skin, or discoloration of fingers or toes Serious symptoms: • difficulty breathing or shortness of breath • chest pain or pressure • loss of speech or movement COVID-19
  • 8. PREVENTION Protect yourself and others around you by knowing the facts and taking appropriate precautions. Follow advice provided by your local health authority. To prevent the spread of COVID-19: Clean your hands often. Use soap and water, or an alcohol-based hand rub. Maintain a safe distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing. Wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible. Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth. Cover your nose and mouth with your bent elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Stay home if you feel unwell. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention. Calling in advance allows your healthcare provider to quickly direct you to the right health facility. This protects you, and prevents the spread of viruses and other infections. Masks Masks can help prevent the spread of the virus from the person wearing the mask to others. Masks alone do not protect against COVID-19, and should be combined with physical distancing and hand hygiene. Follow the advice provided by your local health authority. END THIS EPIDEMIC PANDEMIC
  • 9. IMPACT ON LIFE COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has affected day to day life and is slowing down the global economy. This pandemic has affected thousands of peoples, who are either sick or are being killed due to the spread of this disease. The most common symptoms of this viral infection are fever, cold, cough, bone pain and breathing problems, and ultimately leading to pneumonia. This, being a new viral disease affecting humans for the first time, vaccines are not yet available. Thus, the emphasis is on taking extensive precautions such as extensive hygiene protocol (e.g., regularly washing of hands, avoidance of face to face interaction etc.), social distancing, and wearing of masks, and so on. This virus is spreading exponentially region wise. Countries are banning gatherings of people to the spread and break the exponential curve. Many countries are locking their population and enforcing strict quarantine to control the spread of the havoc of this highly communicable disease. COVID-19 has rapidly affected our day to day life, businesses, disrupted the world trade and movements. Identification of the disease at an early stage is vital to control the spread of the virus because it very rapidly spreads from person to person. Most of the countries have slowed down their manufacturing of the products. The various industries and sectors are affected by the cause of this disease; these include the pharmaceuticals industry, solar power sector, tourism, Information and electronics industry. This virus creates significant knock-on effects on the daily life of citizens, as well as about the global economy.
  • 10. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed education forever While countries are at different points in their COVID-19 infection rates, worldwide there are currently more than 1.2 billion children in 186 countries affected by school closures due to the pandemic. In Denmark, children up to the age of 11 are returning to nurseries and schools after initially closing on 12 March, but in South Korea students are responding to roll calls from their teachers online. With this sudden shift away from the classroom in many parts of the globe, some are wondering whether the adoption of online learning will continue to persist post- pandemic, and how such a shift would impact the
  • 11. ROLE OF GOVERNMENT The COVID-19 pandemic touches every aspect of business, technology, and society. And stable and effective government is at the heart of managing through this crisis. What we do now will have longer-term implications for the health and safety of our families, our citizens, the economy, and even global stability. In the past few weeks, IBM has collaborated with many of our government clients and is driving action across three critical phases of response. Immediate response: During times of crisis, governments around the world must act quickly and decisively, even in the face of limited information. In the next month, governments are facing issues of emergency management, continuity of operations, and citizen engagement and care. Cognitive assistants and self-service tools can help agencies provide services to help citizens maintain physical and mental health. For example, government agencies in Czech Republic, Greece, Poland, Spain, UK and cities across the United States quickly deployed virtual agents using IBM Watson Assistant for Citizens to help answer citizens’ questions about COVID-19. In addition, mobility tools and infrastructure can ease the intensifying strain on citizen services, coupled with a reduced workforce capacity resulting from work-from-home hurdles and restricted citizen movement. IBM is helping cities and states provide mobility tools to support both government workers and students who have been sent to work from home. Cognitive analytics can also be applied to help governments understand what is happening and to match resources to demand. For example, they can use resources such as this AI-powered online map that tracks the spread of U.S. COVID-19 cases down to a county level from IBM and The Weather Company. Recover and rebuild: As society moves past the immediate response, governments are anticipating the next challenges. They will need to rebuild agencies’ confidence; enable citizens to get back to work; help return the private sector to full output; and shorten the length of the economic downturn. Technology and process transformation have big roles to play in effectively making that happen. In support, IBM is offering expanded emergency operations, along with our social program management and healthcare capabilities. Optimize for the new normal: Finally, governments will be looking ahead to what the “new normal” will be. They need to re-imagine their business processes and seek better ways to operate, considering a range of questions: What happened and why? How will we avoid this in the future? What did we learn about how we could work remotely? What processes and systems helped, and which became obstacles? Which parts of my agency or business need to be redesigned completely? How do I evaluate my adaptability and resilience, so I am better prepared in the future for unforeseen events? Given the complexity and dynamics of managing through this extraordinary global crisis, the sharpest focus will be on the most immediate societal issues, for which public and private sector collaboration can have the greatest impact. The private sector is stepping up to help governments become more efficient, resilient and robust in performing their missions. At IBM, we collaborated with the U.S. government, industry, and academia to launch the COVID-19 High-Performance Computing Consortium, which provides access to the world’s most powerful high-performance computing resources to accelerate scientific discoveries focused on treatments and a cure. You can read more about all of IBM’s efforts here. Collectively, we are marshaling our resources and bringing experts together: governments, scientists, developers, partners, academic institutions, health agencies, and IBMers. We’re managing through the COVID-19 outbreak doing what we do best— applying data, knowledge, insights and even world-leading compute power to solve problems. Together, as a community, we can find our way through this. A final note: During my time as a first responder, a mantra was drilled into my head: “The first rule of emergency management is: Do not become part of the emergency.” I hope everyone stays safe in the days ahead and gets time with your family and loved ones. At IBM, we know that those who work
  • 12. MEASURES TO OVERCOME COVID 19 Preventive measures include physical or social distancing, quarantining, ventilation of indoor spaces, covering coughs and sneezes, hand washing, and keeping unwashed hands away from the face. The use of face masks or coverings has been recommended in public settings to minimize the risk of transmissions. PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA DAMODARDAS MODI SPEECH SHAURYA ANCHAL
  • 13. COVID IN INDIA AND OTHER COUNTRIES # Country, Other Total Cases New Cases Total Deaths New Deaths Total Recovered Active Cases Serious, Critical Tot Cases/ 1M pop Deaths/ 1M pop Total Tests Tests/ 1M pop Population World 165,617,501 +69,912 3,433,373 +1,956 145,897,714 16,286,414 99,812 21,247 440.5 1 USA 33,802,324 601,949 27,299,180 5,901,195 7,652 101,596 1,809 468,945,602 1,409,464 332,712,023 2 India 25,772,440 +1,035 287,156 22,355,440 3,129,844 8,944 18,516 206 322,356,187 231,588 1,391,938,524 3 Brazil 15,815,191 441,864 14,330,118 1,043,209 8,318 73,941 2,066 47,073,060 220,081 213,889,584 4 France 5,917,397 108,181 5,188,641 620,575 3,862 90,479 1,654 81,995,097 1,253,731 65,400,845 5 Turkey 5,151,038 45,419 4,980,516 125,103 2,162 60,503 533 51,512,691 605,056 85,137,097 6 Russia 4,974,908 +9,232 117,361 +396 4,591,770 265,777 2,300 34,077 804 134,600,000 921,983 145,989,656 7 UK 4,452,527 127,694 4,284,015 40,818 124 65,286 1,872 172,256,865 2,525,756 68,200,120 8 Italy 4,172,525 124,646 3,741,149 306,730 1,643 69,101 2,064 63,571,711 1,052,802 60,383,369 9 Germany 3,627,777 87,405 3,358,000 182,372 3,708 43,178 1,040 58,093,759 691,427 84,020,058 10 Spain 3,625,928 79,568 3,342,024 204,336 1,740 77,526 1,701 48,928,535 1,046,135 46,770,751 11 Argentina 3,411,160 72,265 3,009,150 329,745 5,877 74,871 1,586 12,728,157 279,367 45,560,644 12 Colombia 3,161,126 82,743 2,961,313 117,070 6,582 61,549 1,611 16,074,868 312,985 51,359,811 13 Poland 2,861,351 +2,086 72,500 +250 2,614,020 174,831 1,309 75,677 1,917 15,335,408 405,591 37,810,035 14 Iran 2,792,204 77,765 2,272,719 441,720 5,158 32,874 916 18,418,983 216,853 84,937,680 15 Mexico 2,387,512 +2,000 220,850 +104 1,907,538 259,124 4,798 18,348 1,697 6,886,170 52,920 130,124,027 16 Ukraine 2,170,398 +5,165 48,899 +203 1,916,194 205,305 177 49,892 1,124 9,914,382 227,908 43,501,627 17 Peru 1,903,615 67,034 1,720,665 115,916 2,660 57,037 2,008 12,240,660 366,758 33,375,320 18 Indonesia 1,758,898 +5,797 48,887 +218 1,621,572 88,439 6,371 177 15,833,852 57,355 276,067,124 19 Czechia 1,656,202 +777 29,967 +7 1,602,974 23,261 213 154,403 2,794 22,272,436 2,076,394 10,726,498 20 South Africa 1,621,362 55,507 1,528,868 36,987 546 27,038 926 11,207,305 186,895 59,965,841
  • 14. 21 Netherlands 1,610,868 17,488 1,393,462 199,918 631 93,828 1,019 13,524,699 787,772 17,168,296 22 Canada 1,342,388 25,066 1,255,714 61,608 1,344 35,295 659 33,754,111 887,488 38,033,326 23 Chile 1,300,629 27,997 1,236,581 36,051 2,972 67,528 1,454 14,076,346 730,837 19,260,593 24 Philippines 1,165,155 +6,100 19,641 +135 1,093,602 51,912 1,819 10,510 177 12,793,212 115,397 110,862,535 25 Iraq 1,151,557 16,069 1,061,975 73,513 457 28,078 392 9,970,564 243,107 41,013,036 26 Romania 1,074,297 +618 29,777 +61 1,029,375 15,145 663 56,174 1,557 8,784,565 459,341 19,124,290 27 Sweden 1,051,762 14,349 902,392 135,021 283 103,574 1,413 9,481,745 933,728 10,154,718 28 Belgium 1,038,514 +3,800 24,768 +19 922,277 91,469 589 89,265 2,129 13,421,361 1,153,626 11,634,063 29 Pakistan 890,391 +4,207 19,987 +131 804,122 66,282 4,517 3,963 89 12,603,469 56,102 224,653,004 30 Portugal 843,278 17,013 804,176 22,089 56 82,914 1,673 11,271,353 1,108,244 10,170,462 31 Israel 839,221 6,395 832,232 594 58 91,244 695 14,487,253 1,575,114 9,197,590 32 Hungary 800,368 +780 29,380 +51 655,959 115,029 212 83,037 3,048 5,687,117 590,030 9,638,698 33 Bangladesh 785,194 +1,457 12,284 +36 727,510 45,400 1,128 4,726 74 5,774,883 34,761 166,132,540 34 Jordan 727,612 9,314 710,445 7,853 729 70,695 905 7,034,669 683,493 10,292,227 35 Serbia 708,328 6,725 682,847 18,756 80 81,358 772 4,041,471 464,201 8,706,292 36 Japan 692,702 11,851 609,086 71,765 1,293 5,492 94 13,307,674 105,504 126,134,642 37 Switzerland 684,954 10,755 626,589 47,610 171 78,637 1,235 7,390,415 848,465 8,710,337 38 Austria 639,616 +562 10,527 +19 619,756 9,333 252 70,663 1,163 37,626,034 4,156,812 9,051,656 39 UAE 551,430 +1,401 1,642 +3 531,459 18,329 55,168 164 47,758,765 4,778,057 9,995,437 40 Lebanon 537,043 7,651 503,774 25,618 292 78,995 1,125 4,241,656 623,915 6,798,451
  • 15. 41 Morocco 515,758 9,106 504,210 2,442 106 13,829 244 6,406,161 171,769 37,295,133 42 Malaysia 492,302 +6,806 2,099 +59 440,032 50,171 587 15,041 64 10,765,602 328,917 32,730,407 43 Nepal 480,418 5,657 360,403 114,358 16,232 191 2,834,098 95,758 29,596,521 44 Saudi Arabia 436,239 7,201 420,671 8,367 1,372 12,362 204 18,194,963 515,586 35,289,873 45 Bulgaria 415,687 17,416 369,781 28,490 460 60,225 2,523 2,709,565 392,565 6,902,215 46 Ecuador 412,907 19,979 354,499 38,429 584 23,095 1,118 1,380,547 77,219 17,878,294 47 Slovakia 388,138 12,262 372,055 3,821 171 71,062 2,245 2,778,680 508,732 5,461,974 48 Greece 383,558 11,587 340,612 31,359 642 36,958 1,116 9,003,208 867,521 10,378,085 49 Belarus 381,546 +1,457 2,742 +10 371,666 7,138 40,390 290 6,154,084 651,462 9,446,581 50 Panama 372,221 6,305 360,254 5,662 105 85,091 1,441 2,548,227 582,532 4,374,396 51 Kazakhstan 366,481 +2,433 4,124 327,026 35,331 221 19,315 217 10,989,671 579,192 18,974,127 52 Croatia 352,692 +695 7,828 +36 339,780 5,084 148 86,383 1,917 1,953,059 478,351 4,082,899 53 Bolivia 340,207 +2,766 13,693 +58 276,549 49,965 200 28,800 1,159 1,342,772 113,670 11,812,907 54 Georgia 334,705 +1,104 4,540 +21 315,254 14,911 84,046 1,140 4,679,242 1,174,978 3,982,409 55 Azerbaijan 331,040 4,814 317,609 8,617 32,393 471 3,414,614 334,125 10,219,584 56 Tunisia 329,925 12,032 291,515 26,378 445 27,661 1,009 1,403,153 117,641 11,927,375 57 Paraguay 321,032 7,914 266,328 46,790 569 44,529 1,098 1,212,383 168,164 7,209,542 58 Palestine 304,532 3,448 295,643 5,441 59 58,505 662 1,795,993 345,035 5,205,251 59 Kuwait 294,693 1,703 280,940 12,050 185 68,121 394 2,487,024 574,897 4,326,035 60 Costa Rica 293,820 3,696 225,950 64,174 517 57,219 720 1,134,165 220,868 5,135,044
  • 16. 61 Dominican Republic 279,565 3,597 234,785 41,183 306 25,546 329 1,491,612 136,300 10,943,590 62 Denmark 269,343 2,505 253,678 13,160 23 46,357 431 48,583,579 8,361,806 5,810,178 63 Lithuania 268,684 +865 4,155 +16 244,352 20,177 165 99,932 1,545 3,176,724 1,181,525 2,688,665 64 Ethiopia 267,597 4,038 222,560 40,999 524 2,278 34 2,666,416 22,701 117,455,676 65 Ireland 256,893 4,941 238,970 12,982 38 51,520 991 4,729,538 948,510 4,986,281 66 Moldova 254,213 6,053 245,510 2,650 124 63,148 1,504 1,059,810 263,262 4,025,687 67 Slovenia 250,811 +358 4,345 +7 240,211 6,255 111 120,629 2,090 1,244,800 598,695 2,079,190 68 Uruguay 249,365 3,638 216,589 29,138 492 71,567 1,044 2,044,626 586,805 3,484,339 69 Egypt 249,238 14,498 183,696 51,044 90 2,396 139 2,715,258 26,101 104,027,039 70 Guatemala 243,833 7,928 224,185 11,720 5 13,393 435 1,360,587 74,732 18,206,234 71 Honduras 229,211 +924 6,051 +32 83,123 140,037 536 22,823 603 687,858 68,492 10,042,894 72 Armenia 221,559 +191 4,364 +7 209,980 7,215 74,646 1,470 1,050,075 353,784 2,968,126 73 Venezuela 218,814 2,446 202,625 13,743 316 7,714 86 3,359,014 118,422 28,364,814 74 Qatar 214,150 538 209,251 4,361 181 76,270 192 1,981,339 705,654 2,807,805 75 Oman 207,805 2,228 192,198 13,379 252 39,807 427 1,550,000 296,920 5,220,257 76 Bahrain 206,878 773 188,496 17,609 197 118,004 441 4,412,989 2,517,177 1,753,150 77 Bosnia and Herzegovina 202,847 9,086 170,788 22,973 62,170 2,785 952,119 291,811 3,262,788 78 Libya 182,350 3,097 169,070 10,183 26,225 445 992,938 142,799 6,953,379 79 Kenya 166,382 3,035 114,235 49,112 108 3,036 55 1,756,846 32,054 54,808,842 80 Nigeria 165,852 2,067 156,456 7,329 11 787 10 2,002,653 9,509 210,610,797
  • 17. 81 North Macedonia 154,891 5,249 146,499 3,143 25 74,349 2,520 763,451 366,463 2,083,299 82 Sri Lanka 151,343 1,051 122,367 27,925 7,042 49 3,075,321 143,089 21,492,357 83 Myanmar 143,159 3,216 132,136 7,807 2,616 59 2,606,374 47,622 54,730,948 84 S. Korea 134,117 +646 1,916 +4 123,659 8,542 151 2,614 37 9,447,358 184,130 51,308,098 85 Albania 132,095 2,438 127,240 2,417 18 45,946 848 680,210 236,593 2,875,024 86 Latvia 129,794 +497 2,301 +3 118,750 8,743 74 69,492 1,232 2,544,385 1,362,272 1,867,751 87 Cuba 128,094 834 120,282 6,978 128 11,315 74 4,060,526 358,687 11,320,516 88 Estonia 128,084 +328 1,235 +3 119,799 7,050 31 96,498 930 1,379,721 1,039,477 1,327,322 89 Algeria 125,896 3,395 87,746 34,755 19 2,826 76 230,861 5,183 44,545,644 90 Norway 120,292 781 88,952 30,559 24 22,037 143 5,507,549 1,008,976 5,458,551 91 Thailand 119,585 +2,636 703 +25 76,636 42,246 1,228 1,709 10 8,124,896 116,146 69,954,374 92 Kyrgyzstan 101,580 +361 1,729 +4 94,803 5,048 86 15,348 261 1,076,421 162,634 6,618,667 93 Montenegro 99,031 1,566 96,226 1,239 60 157,659 2,493 398,604 634,582 628,136 94 Uzbekistan 97,543 +263 676 +2 93,071 3,796 23 2,878 20 1,377,915 40,652 33,895,215 95 Ghana 93,456 783 91,348 1,325 8 2,954 25 1,130,406 35,726 31,641,347 96 Zambia 92,630 1,263 90,919 448 40 4,918 67 1,485,412 78,869 18,834,005 97 Finland 90,946 +259 929 46,000 44,017 26 16,392 167 4,833,711 871,204 5,548,310 98 China 90,920 +12 4,636 85,990 294 5 63 3 160,000,000 111,163 1,439,323,77 6 99 Cameroon 77,429 1,189 70,497 5,743 385 2,855 44 1,518,411 55,980 27,124,116 100 Cyprus 71,533 348 39,061 32,124 49 58,870 286 6,033,252 4,965,247 1,215,096
  • 18. 101 El Salvador 71,479 2,202 +3 66,903 2,374 22 10,971 338 956,458 146,808 6,515,034 102 Mozambiqu e 70,509 828 68,777 904 21 2,202 26 540,123 16,868 32,020,877 103 Luxembourg 69,398 808 66,803 1,787 21 109,302 1,273 2,797,577 4,406,209 634,917 104 Afghanistan 65,080 +505 2,782 +10 55,687 6,611 1,124 1,639 70 440,122 11,087 39,696,196 105 Singapore 61,730 +41 31 61,183 516 5 10,479 5 11,064,019 1,878,174 5,890,838 106 Namibia 51,827 739 48,531 2,557 49 20,078 286 414,769 160,684 2,581,269 107 Botswana 50,800 774 47,477 2,549 1 21,226 323 1,105,082 461,750 2,393,247 108 Mongolia 50,618 +519 235 +8 44,391 5,992 99 15,225 71 2,858,085 859,670 3,324,631 109 Maldives 48,608 112 29,644 18,852 90 88,556 204 806,165 1,468,700 548,897 110 Jamaica 47,572 892 23,530 23,150 16 16,004 300 359,103 120,806 2,972,554 111 Ivory Coast 46,777 298 46,217 262 1,736 11 619,741 22,996 26,949,915 112 Uganda 43,094 350 42,429 315 24 917 7 1,066,651 22,694 47,002,099 113 Senegal 40,961 +36 1,128 39,672 161 7 2,391 66 502,637 29,343 17,129,853 114 Madagascar 40,519 +134 783 +6 38,679 1,057 256 1,431 28 197,196 6,965 28,313,799 115 Zimbabwe 38,612 1,583 36,416 613 12 2,565 105 453,058 30,098 15,052,944 116 Sudan 34,272 2,446 27,949 3,877 766 55 232,965 5,206 44,745,683 117 Malawi 34,238 1,153 32,246 839 11 1,750 59 240,114 12,274 19,562,387 118 Angola 31,438 696 26,458 4,284 20 931 21 534,728 15,840 33,758,950 119 DRC 30,708 776 26,603 3,329 334 8 156,038 1,697 91,939,459 120 Malta 30,491 +2 417 29,974 100 68,894 942 904,600 2,043,924 442,580
  • 19. 121 Australia 29,994 +3 910 28,952 132 1 1,164 35 17,695,097 686,922 25,759,982 122 Cabo Verde 28,699 253 25,816 2,630 23 51,130 451 158,645 282,640 561,297 123 Rwanda 26,424 348 24,808 1,268 1 1,997 26 1,385,943 104,732 13,233,195 124 Gabon 24,039 147 20,759 3,133 20 10,582 65 779,364 343,073 2,271,714 125 Syria 23,884 1,714 21,460 710 1,336 96 103,566 5,795 17,872,769 126 Cambodia 23,697 +415 164 +5 15,700 7,833 1,400 10 1,097,724 64,869 16,922,225 127 Réunion 23,566 176 21,709 1,681 31 26,157 195 102,720 114,015 900,937 128 Guinea 22,879 153 20,547 2,179 24 1,702 11 446,006 33,174 13,444,275 129 French Guiana 22,382 110 9,995 12,277 25 73,275 360 243,075 795,783 305,454 130 Mayotte 20,176 171 2,964 17,041 6 72,425 614 176,919 635,081 278,577 131 Mauritania 18,957 457 18,197 303 14 3,985 96 252,970 53,183 4,756,557 132 French Polynesia 18,835 141 18,661 33 1 66,711 499 26,355 93,346 282,338 133 Eswatini 18,530 672 17,808 50 3 15,828 574 202,579 173,037 1,170,728 134 Trinidad and Tobago 17,669 331 10,689 6,649 15 12,589 236 160,927 114,663 1,403,482 135 Guadeloupe 16,530 221 2,250 14,059 29 41,306 552 201,479 503,466 400,184 136 Guyana 15,607 349 13,359 1,899 16 19,758 442 140,168 177,451 789,896 137 Papua New Guinea 14,639 +298 141 +2 13,608 890 1,609 16 110,286 12,125 9,095,647 138 Somalia 14,575 762 6,579 7,234 895 47 123,568 7,590 16,280,830 139 Mali 14,221 512 9,347 4,362 685 25 286,284 13,790 20,760,551 140 Haiti 13,598 276 12,463 859 1,180 24 60,085 5,214 11,524,703
  • 20. 141 Andorra 13,569 127 13,234 208 12 175,369 1,641 193,595 2,502,068 77,374 142 Burkina Faso 13,407 165 13,220 22 626 8 184,886 8,638 21,404,414 143 Tajikistan 13,308 90 13,218 0 1,368 9 9,725,272 144 Togo 13,299 125 12,013 1,161 1,574 15 325,211 38,493 8,448,606 145 Belize 12,753 323 12,346 84 1 31,570 800 127,298 315,125 403,960 146 Suriname 12,409 239 10,507 1,663 32 20,987 404 56,997 96,400 591,257 147 Curaçao 12,262 121 12,080 61 18 74,458 735 105,407 640,056 164,684 148 Martinique 11,866 93 98 11,675 10 31,642 248 174,717 465,902 375,008 149 Hong Kong 11,829 +1 210 11,542 77 2 1,567 28 14,841,321 1,965,605 7,550,510 150 Congo 11,476 150 8,208 3,118 2,036 27 141,948 25,182 5,636,956 151 Djibouti 11,468 152 11,290 26 11,461 152 155,147 155,051 1,000,618 152 Bahamas 11,321 221 10,154 946 8 28,549 557 93,687 236,256 396,549 153 Aruba 10,879 105 10,704 70 14 101,516 980 159,439 1,487,790 107,165 154 Lesotho 10,806 320 6,427 4,059 5,009 148 90,408 41,910 2,157,196 155 South Sudan 10,652 115 10,462 75 942 10 159,088 14,067 11,309,091 156 Seychelles 9,764 35 7,826 1,903 98,743 354 21,504 217,469 98,883 157 Benin 8,025 101 7,893 31 35 647 8 604,310 48,731 12,400,949 158 Equatorial Guinea 7,694 112 7,279 303 7 5,331 78 123,169 85,344 1,443,206 159 Nicaragua 7,193 185 4,225 2,783 1,075 28 6,693,835 160 CAR 7,010 96 5,112 1,802 2 1,430 20 40,907 8,343 4,903,446
  • 21. 161 Yemen 6,593 1,298 3,120 2,175 23 217 43 50,787 1,671 30,401,395 162 Iceland 6,551 29 6,470 52 55 19,088 85 635,858 1,852,771 343,193 163 Gambia 5,966 175 5,717 74 3 2,410 71 76,379 30,848 2,476,013 164 Niger 5,356 192 5,008 156 2 214 8 103,758 4,155 24,970,329 165 San Marino 5,087 90 4,974 23 4 149,644 2,648 64,241 1,889,775 33,994 166 Timor-Leste 4,949 11 2,636 2,302 3,692 8 86,596 64,601 1,340,465 167 Chad 4,914 173 4,711 30 292 10 117,348 6,969 16,837,771 168 Saint Lucia 4,906 77 4,581 248 2 26,610 418 43,679 236,915 184,366 169 Vietnam 4,720 +30 38 +1 2,687 1,995 48 0.4 3,091,540 31,511 98,109,148 170 Burundi 4,382 6 773 3,603 359 0.5 279,132 22,879 12,200,151 171 Gibraltar 4,286 94 4,192 0 127,249 2,791 245,473 7,287,958 33,682 172 Sierra Leone 4,107 79 3,104 924 506 10 153,257 18,876 8,119,169 173 Channel Islands 4,059 86 3,956 17 23,158 491 454,413 2,592,601 175,273 174 Barbados 3,975 47 3,922 6 13,817 163 163,940 569,859 287,685 175 Eritrea 3,887 14 3,700 173 1,083 4 23,693 6,601 3,589,539 176 Comoros 3,864 146 3,708 10 4,362 165 885,832 177 Guinea-Bissau 3,746 68 3,438 240 9 1,865 34 65,627 32,671 2,008,723 178 Liechtenstein 2,993 58 2,906 29 3 78,302 1,517 39,109 1,023,153 38,224 179 Taiwan 2,825 +295 15 +1 1,133 1,677 118 0.6 610,865 25,608 23,854,782 180 New Zealand 2,659 +1 26 2,609 24 532 5 2,095,421 418,908 5,002,100
  • 22. 181 Monaco 2,497 32 2,450 15 1 63,236 810 51,953 1,315,699 39,487 182 Bermuda 2,479 32 2,311 136 7 39,936 516 257,772 4,152,590 62,075 183 Turks and Caicos 2,407 +1 17 2,379 11 2 61,439 434 65,926 1,682,773 39,177 184 Sao Tome and Principe 2,334 +1 35 2,278 21 10,479 157 13,418 60,244 222,728 185 Sint Maarten 2,326 27 2,236 63 2 53,713 623 28,642 661,417 43,304 186 Liberia 2,142 85 2,022 35 2 415 16 102,186 19,797 5,161,759 187 St. Vincent Grenadines 1,949 12 1,780 157 2 17,519 108 47,584 427,718 111,251 188 Saint Martin 1,773 12 1,399 362 7 45,178 306 27,588 702,969 39,245 189 Laos 1,737 2 708 1,027 236 0.3 227,269 30,844 7,368,283 190 Caribbean Netherlands 1,605 17 1,570 18 60,710 643 8,550 323,410 26,437 191 Isle of Man 1,591 29 1,558 4 1 18,624 339 44,761 523,956 85,429 192 Bhutan 1,322 1 1,186 135 1,697 1 754,735 968,753 779,079 193 Mauritius 1,288 17 1,145 126 1,011 13 358,675 281,617 1,273,629 194 Antigua and Barbuda 1,252 42 1,184 26 2 12,692 426 16,700 169,297 98,643 195 St. Barth 974 1 462 511 98,344 101 26,385 2,664,075 9,904 196 Diamond Princess 712 13 699 0 197 Faeroe Islands 670 1 667 2 13,666 20 261,497 5,333,734 49,027 198 Cayman Islands 574 2 554 18 8,645 30 94,773 1,427,304 66,400 199 Tanzania 509 21 183 305 7 8 0.3 61,221,230 200 Wallis and Futuna 445 7 436 2 1 40,217 633 17,264 1,560,235 11,065
  • 23. 221 Saint Helena 2 2 0 328 6,093 222 Micrones ia 1 1 0 9 116,083 Total: 165,617, 501 +69,912 3,433,37 3 +1,956 145,897, 714 16,286,4 14 99,812 21,247.2 440.5
  • 24. REPORT PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT The Purpose of this project was to make me and my society aware about Covid-19, to give detailed information to the people about this EPIDEMIC PANDEMIC which is really very dangerous. Vaccines are not 100% protective. Vaccines are not in enough amount. Hospital beds are full. The only solution is “PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE”
  • 25. BIBLIOGRAPHY I TOOK THE HELP OF :- PARENTS FAMILY FRIENDS NEIGHBOURS SOCIETY https://www.wikipedia.org • https://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19 • https://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_in_India https://www.google.com https://www.youtube.com https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus https://www.bing.com ETC.