The World Health Organization warns young people against corona disease

Young people are immune from coronavirus and should avoid social gatherings and report to older people and other people who are at risk of infection with the virus, warns the World Health Organization (WHO) The choice made by young people could be "the difference between the life and death of someone", WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said. 

More than 11,000 arthritis patients have died from Covid-19, which is a disease that attacks the respiratory system. In total approximately 250,000 patients have been infected with the corona virus. 

A statement by the WHO General follows reports that young people in many countries have been ignoring the health warnings given about coronavirus in their countries, because the availability of the new virus is among the oldest. 

Coronavirus outbreaks were first recorded in China in December. But now the center of the disaster is Europe. 

In Italy - where the virus has killed more people in other countries - the death toll rose to 627 people on Friday, bringing the total to 4,032 deaths, making it the deadliest day to be witnessed in any country since the outbreak began.