According to the latest statistics, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 globally has exceeded 26.45 million. The accumulative total of more than 200000 confirmed in 22 countries around the world, in addition to the United States, Brazil, India, Russia, Peru, Colombia, South Africa, Mexico, Spain, Argentina, Chile, Iran, the United Kingdom, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, France, Pakistan, Turkey, Italy, Germany, Iraq, and the Philippines. The United States has more than 6.33 million confirmed cases and more than 190,000 deaths.
The global coVID-19 epidemic continues to grow, the epidemic in India continues to spread at a high speed, and the number of cases among children in the United States has increased significantly.
According to world real-time world statistics, as of 8:27 am Beijing time on September 4, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide has exceeded 26.45 million, reaching 26,456,575, and the cumulative number of deaths has exceeded 872,000, reaching 872,473.
The United States has the world’s largest number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 6.33 million cases to 6,334,614, and more than 190,000 deaths to 191,027. More than 200,000 deaths from COVID-19 in the United States are expected by September 19, according to projections released August 27 by the CENTERS for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The CENTERS for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a document asking states to prepare to provide coVID-19 vaccines to health care workers and other high-risk groups as early as late October or early November.
New York (Reuters) – Batman star Robert Pattinson has tested positive for irus, the Guardian reported on 4 September, citing US media. Filming on the Batman film has been suspended in the UK because of the outbreak, reports say.
The latest report from the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children’s Hospital Association shows that in the two weeks ended Aug. 27, more than 70,000 new cases were confirmed among children in the United States, a 17 percent increase. As of 27 August, at least 476,000 children in the United States had been diagnosed with novel Coronavirus.
The epidemic is still spreading on American campuses. More than 25,000 confirmed cases have been reported at universities in at least 37 states, including students and faculty, ACCORDING to CNN. The University of Mississippi has seen about a 90 percent increase in new confirmed cases in the past week; The University of Miami in Ohio reported more than 100 percent more cases than the previous week.
The university of Georgia reported 821 new confirmed cases of covid-19 between August 24 and August 30, according to data released by the university on September 3, local time. Of the 821 cases, there were 798 students and 23 employees, the university said.
The NUMBER of confirmed coVID-19 cases is on the rise in 16 US states and territories, ABC reported Tuesday. Iowa also has a positive virus test rate of more than 10 percent, with new confirmed cases and positive virus tests both rising in the state over the past week, CNN reported.
The United States will not join a global alliance to develop a vaccine, partly because the White House does not want to work with the World Health Organization, the Washington Post reported on September 1. On August 24 local time, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanouk Adhanouk announced at a regular press conference that 172 countries have joined the global CoVID-19 vaccine supply plan. The plan aims to jointly procure vaccines and distribute them fairly among each planned country, with the goal of providing at least 2 billion doses of safe and effective vaccine by the end of 2021.
Novel Coronavirus may be contagious among front-line health care workers in the United States, according to a new study released August 31 in the CDC journal, Weekly Journal of Morbidity and Mortality. According to the report, the possible reasons are that some infected people have mild or no symptoms, do not report symptoms, and some infected people do not receive regular coVID-19 tests.
Novel Coronavirus test guidance from the CENTERS for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been rejected by most STATES, Reuters reported On Aug 29. According to reports on August 25 local time in the United States, the CDC has recently revised its Novel Coronavirus test guidance, which will no longer be recommended for those who have been exposed to the virus environment but show no symptoms.
Epidemic in other major overseas COVID – 19, Worldometers world real-time statistics show that by the Beijing standard time on September 4, 8 27 points, when the Brazilian COVID – 19 confirmed 4046150 cases, India has confirmed 3933124 cases, Russia has confirmed 1009995 cases, confirmed 670145 cases of Peru, Colombia has confirmed 641574 cases, diagnosis of 633015 cases in South Africa, Mexico has confirmed 610957 cases, Spain has confirmed 488513 cases, Argentina has confirmed 451198 cases, Chile has confirmed 416501 cases, Iran has confirmed 380746 cases, the UK has confirmed 340411 cases, Bangladesh has confirmed 319686 cases, Saudi Arabia has confirmed 318319 cases, France has confirmed 300181 cases, Pakistan has confirmed 297014 cases, Turkey has confirmed 274943 cases, Italy has confirmed 272912 cases, Germany has confirmed 248814 cases, Iraq has confirmed 247039 cases, A total of 228,403 cases have been confirmed in the Philippines.
According to reports in the Italian media on 2 September, 83-year-old Forza Italia! Leader and former Prime Minister Of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi, has tested positive for novel Coronavirus and is currently in isolation at home with no symptoms.
The European Union’s head of public health said on September 2 that the coVID-19 epidemic in Europe continues to intensify and the virus infection rate has basically returned to the level of march this year. She also stressed that reopening schools across Europe does not mean greater risk.
On August 31, local time, the World Health Organization (WHO) held a regular press conference on COVID-19. Who Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebrev said at the briefing that if countries are serious about opening up their societies, they must focus on controlling the virus and saving lives. The more control you have over the virus, the more open you can be. If you don’t control the virus, you open it up and it’s a disaster. Tedros also noted that a WHO sample of 105 countries showed that 90 percent of countries’ public health services have been hit by the epidemic, with low – and middle-income countries most affected.
The Minister of Health of Romania, M. Tetharu, said on 3 September that “several cases” of novel Coronavirus infected with virus had been found in Rowe and were being analyzed by experts. Tetharu said Romania had “several” secondary coVID-19 cases, “which are being analysed by the scientific team and they believe that the secondary virus may be an emerging strain”.
According to a report of the New York Times on 29 August, Nevada, USA reported the first case of novel Coronavirus infection in the United States, which is also the first known case of novel coronavirus infection causing severe symptoms in the world. Earlier, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Belgium and other places have also reported secondary infections.
For more recently reported cases of the new champions league rehabilitation in patients with secondary infection, on August 26, local time, the who health emergency project technical director maria von hoff said, whether asymptomatic infections or critically ill patients, human will be after the coronavirus will generate an immune response, but has yet to fully understand the intensity and duration. Kohof noted that based on experience with other human coronaviruses, novel Coronavirus infections are a possibility, and there may be other undiscovered secondary infections, but they do not always happen.