The death toll from the deadly Coronavirus in Italy has shocked the world. The virus has spread to 197 countries and regions. Italy has the most casualties in the infection. This number is increasing every day. As of today (Thursday), 7,500 people have died in the country. About 85 thousand infected.
Why so many infections and deaths in Italy, reported on these factors in the context of analysis of infection experts. At now, more than 418,717 people have been infected with coronavirus worldwide. And the death toll is about 20 thousand. Experts say the experience of Italy has brought new learning to the world. They attributed a number of factors to such a situation in Italy.
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1. Slow policy: At first, Italy failed to realize the horror of the coronavirus. Many experts believe that the Italian government has helped to spread the Coronavirus by slowing down the country in several steps. Due to this slow policy, the citizens of Italy could not understand the horrors of the situation. Workers have worked in many industries. Quarantine awareness is also delayed in the country.
2. A large number of older people in Italy: One of the major reasons behind the high mortality rate is the high prevalence of older people. The oldest people live in Italy among the European countries. According to the US newspaper The New York Times, 23 percent of its residents are 65 years of age or older.
The median age of the population of Italy is 47.3 (the median is to determine a central value of age relative to the total population and divide the population into two groups considering the lower and upper ages of those values). The median age of residents of the United States is 38.3. In Italy, many of those who died of corona died in the age group of 60 to 90.
Chris Johnson, a pathologist at Temple University College of Public Health, thinks that if someone is infected with age, at least one disease that weakens their immune system (such as cancer or diabetes), that person is at risk of getting coronavirus.
3. Proper health management crisis: Italy was not quite ready for such an epidemic. Those who are more likely to be saved due to crisis in hospital beds and necessary equipment are given priority treatment. At the hospital, it is impossible to stop the illiterate crowd. As a result, many affected people are deprived of medical care.
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4. In the same area there are more and more victims: Aubrey Gordon, associate professor of pathology at the University of Michigan, believes that another reason for the high mortality rate in Italy is the high prevalence of trauma in an area that requires medical care. In an area where there are a lot of corona affected people, there is a lot of pressure on the medical system and the medical system is broken; As has been done in Wuhan, China.
A recent report by the World Health Organization showed. In China, the coroner’s death rate is 5.8 percent. And the death rate in the whole of China is 0.7 Percent.
5. Do not mildly infected victims listed: Initially, people who have been mildly infected with the coronavirus in Italy have not been identified or added to the infected list. The actual number of victims is not known. Only the number of seriously injured are known. Therefore, the death toll is rising in contrast to the number of victims. Considering South Korea, the death toll is lower than the number of victims.
In this regard, Chris Johnson said, ‘We probably do not know how many have actually been attacked. Symptoms of coronary disease have been shown to be mild or those who are younger may not have been tested. His suspicion, in Italy, is 3.4 percent of the potential death rate.
6. Cultural influences: According, to Professor Della Giusta, the tendency of the Italians to come out, and the culture of touch has also been influenced. He said that the gap between people in the UK or Ireland is much less in Italy when it comes to interpersonal communication. Their people kiss while saying hello to each other.
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