The latest news on the epidemic! The number of confirmed coVID-19 cases in the United States has exceeded 7 million! More than 204,000 people have died! More than 31.22 million cases have been diagnosed worldwide.

According to the latest statistics, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 globally has exceeded 31.22 million. The accumulative total of more than 200000 confirmed in 23 countries around the world, in addition to the United States, India, Brazil, Russia, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, South Africa, Spain, Argentina, Chile, France, Iran, the United Kingdom, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Pakistan, Turkey, Italy and Indonesia, the Philippines, Germany. In the United States, there have been more than seven million confirmed cases and more than 204,000 deaths.

The global coVID-19 continues to grow. India recorded another 90,000 new cases in a single day, Britain a four-month high, and France a new record of more than 13,000.

According to world real-time statistics, as of 8:17 PM On September 21, the total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide has exceeded 31.22 million, reaching 31,220,096. The cumulative number of deaths has exceeded 964,000, reaching 964,761.

The United States has the highest cumulative number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the world, exceeding 7 million to 7,001,273. The cumulative number of deaths has exceeded 204,000, reaching 204,118. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a forecast on September 17 that the number of coVID-19 deaths in the United States could total 218,000 by October 10.

Bob, the ASSISTANT secretary for preparedness and response at the DEPARTMENT of Health and Human Services, warned recently that US public health agencies still do not have enough money to meet their goal of providing vaccines to all Americans, and that $20 billion is needed to produce 300 million doses of vaccine, ABC reported. CDC Director Daniel Redfield also said the agency needs another $5.5 billion to $6 billion to distribute the vaccine nationwide and does not have enough money and resources, including the infrastructure to transport and store the vaccine.

US President Donald Trump said on September 18 that he expects to produce enough coVID-19 vaccines for “every American” by April, with the first batch to be distributed as soon as they are approved later this year.

With national attention focused on the U.S. vaccine, Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, promised in an interview On September 17 that he would take responsibility for any potential problems with the COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S. Fauci had earlier said he believed a “safe and effective vaccine” would not be available until the end of 2020.

Covid-19 has jumped to become the second leading cause of death in the United States, according to a September 4 report from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. Covid-19 has surpassed cancer as the second leading cause of death in the United States, after heart disease, ahead of cancer, accidents, injuries, diabetes, and many other causes of alzheimer’s disease, according to the report.

Epidemic in other major overseas COVID – 19, Worldometers world real-time statistics, as of Beijing time on September 21, 8 17 points, while India has confirmed 5485612 cases, Brazil COVID – 19 confirmed 4544629 cases, Russia has confirmed 1103399 cases, Colombia has confirmed 765076 cases, confirmed 762865 cases of Peru, Mexico has confirmed 694121 cases, diagnosis of 661211 cases in South Africa, Spain has confirmed 659334 cases, Argentina has confirmed 631365 cases, confirmed 452763 cases of France, and Chile has confirmed 446274 cases, Iran has confirmed 422140 cases, the diagnosis of 394257 cases, Bangladesh has confirmed 348918 cases of Saudi Arabia has confirmed 329754 cases, Iraq has confirmed 319035 cases, Pakistan has confirmed 305671 cases, Turkey has confirmed 302867 cases, Italy has confirmed 298156 cases, the diagnosis of 286743 cases in the Philippines, Germany has confirmed 273,477 cases and Indonesia 244,676.

Microsoft founder Bill Gates said in an interview that the COVID-19 epidemic is likely to end in 2022, according to Sputnik News Agency on September 21. “But we should be able to reduce the number of infections throughout 2021 if we treat this problem globally,” gates said.

Bill Gates also believes that America will return to “normal life” by next summer. For this reason, the global fight against COVID-19 must continue, because in this case, the coVID-19 pandemic will not “come back”.

A team led by researchers at Imperial College London will conduct a clinical trial to test the efficacy of the coVID-19 vaccine by spraying it into the respiratory tract, according to the university’s website. By exploring other delivery methods and targets, they say, it is hoped that the development of effective coVID-19 vaccines will accelerate.

On the afternoon of September 20, Dr. Zhang Wenhong, director of the Department of Infectious Diseases at Huashan Hospital affiliated to Fudan University, walked into Shanghai Jiao Tong University. In China, people have been asking whether there will be a second wave this winter, to which Zhang Wenhong explained: a second wave is inevitable. Novel Coronavirus has very strong viral transmission but not high fatality rate. According to Zhang, it is this very unique phenomenon that causes the virus to continue to spread around the world. Zhang predicted that, in principle, the epidemic will continue for a long time.

“There has been a second wave in the UK; France is half a month into its second wave; Spain’s second wave has also been more than half a month. A second wave is inevitable. Planning for a year should be the minimum limit for the world’s expectations. Under such circumstances, China will still face import risks, but in the past two days, national inspection teams have been dispatched to each province to inspect the infectious disease system, so as to prevent imported cases from becoming small outbreaks of fire and finally becoming exponential increases.”

On September 18, local time, the World Health Organization (WHO) held a regular press conference on COVID-19. Michael Ryan, who’s head of health emergencies, said at the briefing that the world is now averaging 1.8 to 2 million new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 40,000 to 50,000 new deaths a week. Ryan said the coVID-19 mortality rate is down because treatment is improving, patients are being treated earlier, and extensive testing is picking up more cases of mild symptoms, but 50,000 new deaths a week are still unacceptable and the coVID-19 pandemic has a long way to go.

On September 17, three senior United Nations officials warned the Security Council that several countries, including South Sudan, were at risk of famine as a result of coVID-19. Fao Director-General Qu Dongyu warned the U.N. Security Council that Burkina Faso, South Sudan, and Yemen are at risk of famine, and called for an immediate, coordinated humanitarian response to save lives and livelihoods.

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