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Confirmed cases worldwide exceeds 44 million, and cumulative number of deaths in 21 countries exceeds 10000

Confirmed cases worldwide exceeds 44 million, and cumulative number of deaths in 21 countries exceeds 10000

The World Health Organization released the latest data showing that as of the number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus worldwide has reached 43,341,451, with a total of 1,157,509 deaths.

According to real-time statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 13:22 on the 28th, Beijing time, the number of confirmed cases worldwide has reached 43,907,193, and the total number of deaths has reached 1,166,240. 

The statistics show that the cumulative number of deaths in 21 countries has exceeded 10,000.

In order to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, the San Francisco City Hall Voting Center set up tents near the City Hall to provide services to voters.

Voters who come to vote need to observe the “social distance” and other pandemic prevention guidelines. Photo by China News Agency

Americas: Nearly 800,000 children in the U.S. are infected with COVID-19, and Canada has accumulated more than 10,000 deaths

The latest data from Johns Hopkins University shows that the United States is still the most severely affected country in the world, with more than 8.77 million confirmed cases of Coronavirus and more than 220,000 deaths.

The latest report jointly released by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children’s Hospital Association recently shows that since the outbreak of Coronavirus, nearly 800,000 children in the United States have been diagnosed with Coronavirus.

Recently, the number of child infections in the United States has increased rapidly, with more than 90,000 new cases in two weeks. As of October 22, nine states have reported more than 25,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in children.

As of the evening of the 27th local time, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in Canada rose to 222,670; the cumulative number of deaths reached 1,001. “We must do our best to control the extent of the pandemic.”

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau said on the 27th. “Unless we are very careful, there may not be the kind of family gatherings we want at Christmas, which is very frustrating. “

Europe: The number of new confirmed cases in Serbia exceeds the number of Russian foreign ministers for the first time

The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on the 27th that Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov had contact with a patient diagnosed with Coronavirus and has begun self-isolation. 

Lavrov himself “feels good”, and previously planned visits and meetings will be postponed. According to news from the Russian pandemic Prevention Command on the 27th, there were 16,550 newly confirmed cases in Russia in the past 24 hours, a total of 1,547,774 confirmed cases, and a total of 26,589 deaths.

According to media reports, Popova, director of the Russian Federation’s Consumer Rights Protection and Public Welfare Supervision Bureau, said on the 27th that Russia has begun to produce a second Coronavirus vaccine. 

Popova also signed documents on the same day, requiring people to wear masks in public places and crowded places, and suggested that entertainment and dining places in various places should be closed from 23:00 to 6:00 the next day.

According to data released by the Ministry of Health of Serbia on the 27th, the number of new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Serbia broke 1,000 for the first time on that day, reaching 1053, the highest record since the outbreak in March this year. 

Data show that Serbia tested 9430 people for the new coronavirus on the same day, and about 11.2% of them tested positive. As of 15:00 local time on the 27th, Serbia had a total of 40,880 confirmed cases of Coronavirus and a total of 798 deaths.

On the evening of the 27th local time, the National Public Health Organization of Greece announced that there were 1,259 newly confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Greece in the past 24 hours, 112 of which were imported from abroad. 

This is the first time that Greece’s daily increase in the number of cases has exceeded 1,000 since the outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic at the end of February, and it is also the seventh time in October that it has set a new record for a single day.

European Commission Vice President Margaritis Shinas announced on the 27th that he had tested positive for Coronavirus that day and immediately began self-isolation.

On the 27th local time in Switzerland, FIFA officially confirmed that FIFA President Infantino had tested positive for Coronavirus nucleic acid. However, his symptoms are mild and he is currently in isolation.

In response to the rebound of the pandemic, France and Germany intend to adopt stricter pandemic prevention measures. France may extend the curfew, ask students to postpone their return to school, and Germany may close restaurants and bars.

According to reports, as a countermeasure against Coronavirus, Japan has tested three methods for detecting body temperature when entering the Tokyo Olympics, including thermal imaging camera temperature measurement, non-contact clinical thermometer, and a “temperature measurement sticker” that can be placed on the wrist to know whether it is fever “.

Asia: South Korea has more than 100 new cases in Japan and Japan plans to set up an infectious disease response center for the Olympics

South Korea’s Central Anti-pandemic Countermeasures Headquarters announced on the 28th that as of 0:00 that day, South Korea had newly confirmed 103 new cases of Coronavirus compared with the previous day, with a total of 26,146 confirmed cases. This is South Korea’s single-day new cases once more than one hundred after a lapse of two days.

The number of cases related to elderly convalescent facilities, rehabilitation hospitals and gatherings of relatives and friends is increasing. The increase in nightclub visitors on Halloween has further increased the risk of cluster infections The pandemic prevention department is highly vigilant.

On the 27th, there were 644 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus nationwide, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases increased to 98,262. There were 5 new deaths, and the cumulative number of deaths increased to 1733. 

In view of the continuous spread of the global pandemic, including Japan, the Japanese government plans to set up an organization called the “Infectious Disease Response Center” within the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee in the near future to be responsible for part of the pandemic prevention work before and during the conference.

As of the 27th, Kazakhstan has confirmed a total of nearly 148,000 cases of Coronavirus and pneumonia with symptoms of new Coronavirus but negative laboratory virus test results.

There are still more than 3,000 confirmed patients receiving treatment, including 248 children. The Kazakh government requires that from 0:00 on the 27th, all passengers arriving on international flights and people entering border ports must provide a nucleic acid test certificate within 72 hours before entry. Children under five years old may not provide a certificate if the accompanying person has a certificate.

On July 23, local time, in Melbourne, Australia, locals wore masks to travel.

Africa and Oceania: The cumulative number of confirmed cases in Morocco exceeds 200,000, and Victoria, Australia, is further “unblocked”

According to the latest data from the official website of the African Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the cumulative number of confirmed diagnoses in Africa is close to 1.73 million, reaching 1,729,580, of which 41,636 people died and 14,17519 cases were cured.

According to data released by the Moroccan Ministry of Health on the 27th, the country had 3988 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus that day, and a total of 203,733 confirmed cases, of which 168706 were cured and 3445 died. 

Data show that in October, Morocco had more than 4,000 new confirmed cases in a single day, and more than 70 new deaths in a single day.

According to a news released by the Victorian Government of Australia on the 27th, Melbourne, the capital of Victoria and Australia’s second largest city, will implement a more relaxed third phase of “unblocking” measures from the early morning of the 28th. 

Victorian Premier Andrews said on the 27th that if the pandemic continues to improve, it is expected to be “unblocked” on November 8. According to the latest pandemic data released by the Victorian Health Department on the 27th, there have been no new confirmed cases in the state for two consecutive days. 

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