WATCH: Death comparison of COVID-19 and atomic bomb

Almost any part of the world can feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Whether you are in Asia or in the west, almost everyone is urged to stay home to prevent the further spread of the new coronavirus.

Still, with all-out efforts, fatality due to COVID-19 continues to rise.

Here’s a data representation created to show how the mortality rate from this virus fares with other deadly events such as the 9/11 bombing,  D-Day during World War II, and even the Nagasaki atomic bombing.

The creator with username Abacaba said on the YouTube post:

Stay home, everyone! Stop the spread of COVID-19. Would you rather live out in public for a month and no more, or inside for a few months and THEN out in public for many decades? The answer should be clear: STAY HOME.

I wanted to keep this video simple, so I could focus a little more time on my next video project. The script for my next COVID-19 video is more substantial than this one!

Watch it below.

As of posting, there are nearly 1.8 million positive cases of COVID-19 around the world. There are about 400,000 recoveries and close to 110,000 deaths.

Since January 2, the three levels of WHO (China country office, Regional Office for the Western Pacific and headquarters) have been working together to respond to this outbreak of COVID-19.

On January 30, WHO declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).

On March 11, WHO Director General characterized COVID-19 as a pandemic.

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