During COVID 19 ,Worldwide 12,000 Deaths Per Day Could Happens Due To Poverty

The international charity Oxfam has warned that by the end of this year, there could be as many as 12,000 deaths a day due to poverty during COVID 19.

According to a new Oxfam briefing, deaths from poverty are likely to be higher than deaths from the Corona epidemic, with the world’s eighth-largest food and beverage companies, paying their partners 18 billion due to rising poverty.

In April 2020, there were 10,000 deaths per day from COVID 19, the highest rate ever in the world.

According to Oxfam, the virus could cause mass unemployment, food production, and supply disruptions, and social and economic disasters could lead to another 121 million starvation this year.

By Amy Virgilio

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