On the 7th, new confirmed cases of Coronavirus Pandemic in many countries reached a new high, and the situation of pandemic prevention and control remained severe.
According to the latest data released by the Italian Ministry of Health on November 7, local time, there were 39,811 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus Pandemic in a single day in Italy, setting the highest record of newly confirmed cases in a single day for the third consecutive day. There were 902,490 cases and 41,063 deaths in total.
According to data released by the Polish Ministry of Health on the 7th local time, there were 27,875 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Poland on the 6th, setting a new high since the outbreak.
The number of new confirmed cases in a single day exceeded 20,000 for four consecutive days, and a total of confirmed cases There were more than 500,000 cases, reaching 521,640 cases.
According to the latest anti-pandemic measures announced by the Polish government a few days ago, from the 7th, cinemas and theaters across Poland will be closed; except for the shops dealing in food, medicine and other daily necessities, other shops are not allowed to operate.
According to data released by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine on the 7th, there were 10,746 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Ukraine in the past 24 hours.
This is the first time that Ukraine has more than 10,000 new confirmed cases in a single day since the outbreak of Coronavirus, with a total of 450,934 confirmed cases.
According to a report by the Ukrainian State News Agency on the 7th, in view of the worsening of Coronavirus in Ukraine and its neighboring Slovakia, the border defense departments of the two countries will temporarily close some border crossings from the 9th of this month to strengthen the control of the movement of people from both sides.
According to the latest news from the Iranian Ministry of Health, in the past 24 hours, Iran has newly confirmed 9450 new cases of Coronavirus, setting a new high. Currently, Iran has confirmed 673,250 cases and 37832 deaths.