As the world mourns the death of the second case of COVID, families are fighting to get children tested in their own countries.
The World Health Organization estimates that a total of 1.3 million people are currently infected with the coronavirus, with more than 7 million deaths and millions of others infected with complications.
And the new tests are expected to help improve the world’s health and safety.
But with no way to monitor the spread of the virus outside of the country, they’re being asked to do something that could potentially save lives: test for the virus on their children.
The WHO says that if families are able to provide a blood sample, the child will be tested for the disease on the same day that the parent does.
The agency has recommended that countries provide free samples to their citizens, but many have refused to comply.
Many parents, including parents in India and Australia, are demanding that their children be tested, and are demanding a way to get the test results, in a bid to protect their children and their own health.
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Parents in India, China, India and Japan have started to ask their citizens to test their children for COV-19 at their homes.
The tests are not free, but the government is asking that they be provided for free.
Parents are also asking that the samples be sent directly to the labs, so they can be tested in a matter of hours, and can be sent back to their homes immediately.
The government in India has also decided to provide free test kits to children in India who are at risk of contracting the virus.
In China, a Chinese state health department spokesman told The Associated Press that they will not provide samples for the government to distribute to people in need, as the government will only distribute the kits to those with a personal history of the coronava virus.
China is one of the countries that have received the most test results.
India, which has one of highest rates of coronaviruses, received 1,817,814 tests between March and June, the WHO said.
The highest percentage of cases was in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, where at least 1,634,064 cases have been recorded.
In Nepal, the country’s largest city, 1,092,872 people tested positive, the highest number in the world, the government said.
A total of 5,869,715 people tested negative, according to the WHO.
India has more than 100,000 children living with COVID in their homes, the United Nations said.
There are now 5,764,903 COVID cases reported worldwide, with an estimated 5.4 million deaths.
India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has been visiting India and China, and urged all governments to work together to get a positive result.
“The best way to prevent COVID from spreading is to vaccinate everyone,” Singh said in a press conference in Beijing on July 4.