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Global Covid-19: Exceeds 50 million confirmed cases

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Global Covid-19 infections have exceeded 50 million, according to a Reuters tally, with a second wave of the virus in the past 30 days accounting for a quarter of the total.
The total number of confirmed cases worldwide has exceeded 50.28 million, and the death toll has exceeded 1.25 million. Among the top 5 in the world, the US has gradually confirmed more than 9.49 million cases and 237,000 overdue deaths; India has gradually confirmed more than 8.507 million cases and more than 126,000 deaths; Brazil has gradually confirmed more than 5.653 million cases and more than 162,000 deaths; France has gradually confirmed more than 1.835 million cases and more than 40,000 deaths; Russia has gradually confirmed more than 1.76 million cases and more than 30,000 deaths.
According to statistics from Reuters, it took 32 days to increase from 30 million cases to 40 million cases, and another 21 days to go from 40 million to 50 million. The past month has also become the worst month since the outbreak of the epidemic. In the past week, the global daily average increase of more than 540,000 cases, showing that the second wave of epidemics is even more fierce.

The US to fight against COVID-19

In the United States, the number of supplementary diagnoses in a single day has also soared to new highs recently, with more than 100,000 supplements for 4 consecutive days. However, Europe is currently the most severely affected area in the world. At present, 1 million confirmed cases are added every 3 days, accounting for 51% of the world’s new high cases. In the past week, France has added an average of 54,000 cases per day. The speed is faster than India, which has a much larger population.
Biden said that the first task after taking office is to fight the new coronavirus. He expects to announce a 12-member working group on Monday (9th). The three co-chairs are the former U.S. Medical Director Vivek Murthy and the former American Food and The Director of the Drug Administration, David Kessler, and Dr Marcella Nunez-Smith of Yale University.
Biden said that the first task after taking office is to fight the new crown virus.

Biden said that the first task after taking office is to fight the coronavirus

During the campaign, Biden repeatedly criticized Trump’s response to the epidemic. Economists at Stanford University estimate that Trump’s outdoor campaigns gathered a large number of people. Few of them wore masks and almost did not maintain social distancing. This may push up the number of confirmed cases by more than 30,000 and cause at least 700 people. Died of illness.

1 million transactions every 3 days in Europe

The epidemic situation in Europe continues to be severe, with a total of more than 12 million confirmed cases, an increase of 1 million approximately every three days, accounting for 51% of new global cases. The worst-hit country in Europe is France, with an average daily increase of 54,000 in the past 7 days. The rate of increase in cases is even faster than India. The total number of confirmed cases in France has reached 1.78 million, and the death toll has exceeded 40,000.
The cumulative number of confirmed diagnoses in Germany has exceeded 670,000. 2904 patients are currently receiving intensive care treatment. This is close to the peak of the first wave of the epidemic in the first half of this year (2933). According to the authorities, the current situation is more severe than during the first wave of the epidemic.
A curfew has been imposed today in most parts of Portugal. European countries such as Greece and Poland also implemented new blockade measures over the weekend to control the second wave of epidemics across the European continent.
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