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CORONAVIRUS CASUALTIES (Jan 15):- GLOBAL:- Total Cases: 9,36,03,141; Total Deaths: 20,04,041 Recovered: 6,69,16,468 BELGIUM:- Total Cases: 6,72,886; Total Deaths: 20,294 BRAZIL:- Total Cases: 83,26,115; Total deaths: 2,07,160 CANADA:- Total Cases: 6,88,891; Total Deaths: 17,538 CHINA:- Total Cases: 87,988 ; Total Deaths: 4,635 FRANCE:- Total Cases: 28,51,670; Total Deaths: 69,313 GERMANY:- Total Cases: 20,04,011 Total Deaths: 45,492 INDIA:- Total Cases: 1,05,28,508; Total Deaths: 1,51,954 INDONESIA:- Total Cases: 8,82,418; Total Deaths: 25,484 IRAN:- Total Cases: 13,11,810; Total Deaths: 56,538 ITALY:- Total Cases: 23,36,279; Total Deaths: 80,848 JAPAN:- Total Cases: 3,02,623; Total Deaths: 4,233 MEXICO:-Total Cases: 15,88,369; Total Deaths: 1,37,916 NETHERLANDS:- Total Cases: 8,95,687; Total Deaths: 12,774 PHILIPPINES:- Total Cases: 4,96,646; Total Deaths: 9,876 RUSSIA:- Total Cases: 35,20,531; Total Deaths: 64,495 S KOREA:- Total Cases: 71,241; Total Deaths: 1,217 SPAIN:-Total Cases: 22,11,967; Total Deaths: 53,079 SWEDEN:- Total Cases: 5,18,783 Total Deaths: 10,185 SWITZERLAND:-Total Cases: 4,92,832; Total Deaths: 8,586 UAE:- Total Cases: 2,42,969; Total Deaths: 726 UK:- Total Cases: 32,60,258; Total Deaths: 86,015; US:- Total Cases: 2,38,48,410; Total Deaths: 3,97,994 - India Travel Times.Com   [Estd: 1998]       * * *    Travel, More Travel, Travel Means A Million Things     * * *    
UK's Prince William had tested positive for coronavirus in April but kept it under wraps
Prince William contracted coronavirus in April and his father Prince Charles in March but with only minor symptoms. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was also infected earlier and had to be hospitalised. Currently, there is a second wave of coronavirus sweeping Europe. Johnson has declared a fresh lockdown.

LONDON, Nov 2: Prince William tested positive for coronavirus in April last but kept it private lest it would create an alarm in the country, the BBC reported. He is second-in-line to the British throne. In March, his father Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, had tested positive and had gone into isolation. He had only mild symptoms. The 71-year-old said he had "got away with it quite lightly."

The Sun reported that Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, took a seven-day break from calls and video messages from April 9 to April 16. The Press Association reported that Kensington Palace, William's residence and office, when contacted on Sunday, did not deny the news.

The paper said Prince William, 38, kept his diagnosis private to avoid alarming the nation. He was treated by palace doctors and followed Government guidelines by isolating at the family home Anmer Hall, in Norfolk.

"The more we erode the natural world, the more we destroy what's called biodiversity -- which is the immense diversity of life, plant life, tree life, everything else, marine life -- the more we expose ourselves to this kind of danger. We've had these other disasters with SARS and Ebola and goodness knows what else, all of these things are related to the loss of biodiversity," Charles said.

Earlier, Prime Minister Boris Johnson was also struck by the virus and had been in the ICU for several days on oxygen support.

The Prime Minister has said England is going to have another lockdown as there is a recrudescence of infections in what is called a second wave of coronavirus sweeping Europe. Wales and Scotland have separate healthcae policies.

The UK is one of the worst affected countries in Europe with the total cases counting 10,11,660 and the death toll reaching 46,555.

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