The world’s largest chemical company is now the epicentre of the coronaviruses pandemic, a new report by Bloomberg News has found.
As of December 31, 1.8 million people had died in the coronovirus outbreak, up from 1.6 million the week before.
But the vast majority of those deaths have been attributed to coronaviral illnesses that were brought on by exposure to highly contaminated or hazardous chemicals.
According to the report, nearly three-quarters of the cases of coronavillosis in the world were in countries with the largest share of highly contaminated chemicals in the country’s economy, such as China and India.
In the U.S., the report found, the largest concentrations of coronoviruses were found in the Midwest and Midwest states, with states such as Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin reporting the highest rates of deaths.
“It is not surprising that these coronavire-positive states have experienced the greatest increases in coronavids, because these states are among the most polluted in the United States,” said Dr. Mark S. Brown, the report’s author.
The report’s authors noted that the rate of coronavalence in the U., as measured by the coronivirus-specific mortality rate (CMRR), is still high in some states.
Among those who have died, the majority were men, who were most likely to have been exposed to highly toxic chemicals, the researchers said.
China has reported the highest rate of COVID-19 cases in the developed world, with nearly 50,000 deaths.
In contrast, India has reported only 1,200 deaths.