Overseas Network, December 2nd – Real-time statistics on Worldometer website show that as of about 6:30 Beijing time on December 2, there were a total of 6,4116,299 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 1,48,812 deaths worldwide. Compared with the previous day, there were 596,55 new confirmed cases and 12,252 new deaths in a single day worldwide. More than 596,000 new confirmed cases outside China, more than 64.02 million confirmed cases and more than 1.48 million deaths.
More than 180,000 new confirmed cases in the United States in a single day, with a total of more than 14.06 million cases.
According to Worldometer real-time statistics, as of about 6:30 Beijing time on December 2, the United States has confirmed 1,4069,313 cases of COVID-19 and 278,448 deaths. Compared with the data of 6:30 the previous day, there were 187,159 new confirmed cases and 2,394 new deaths in the United States.
According to the Wall Street Journal, a study published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases by researchers of the Centers for Diseases for Diseases on Diseases on November 30, according to the test of blood donation samples from residents in nine states in the United States, the novel coronavirus had appeared in the United States as early as mid-December 2019, which is higher than the official in the United States. The first confirmed case reported in the United States was one month earlier, several weeks before China officially confirmed the novel coronavirus.
Brazil has more than 50,000 new confirmed cases in a single day, with a total of more than 6.38 million confirmed cases.
According to Worldometer real-time statistics, as of about 6:30 Beijing time on December 2, there were 50,509 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in a single day, with a total of 6,38687 confirmed cases; 431 new deaths, with a total of 173,817 deaths.
On the evening of November 30, residents of Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, put 300 water lamps into Lake Paranoa to mourn those who died of the coronavirus epidemic. Images of the water lantern ceremony will be screened at the Japanese festival held online from December 5 to 6. Since 2012, Japanese residents in Brasilia have held a Japanese festival every year to showcase cultural elements such as Japanese music, dance and food. This year, due to the impact of the epidemic, it has been held online.
Russia has more than 26,000 new confirmed cases in a single day, and a total of more than 2.32 million confirmed cases have been confirmed.
According to the latest data released on December 1st, Russia’s COVID-19 epidemic prevention website has created 26,402 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Russia, with a total of 2,32056 confirmed cases, 569 new COVID-19 deaths and a total of 40,464 deaths.
A hospital in southern Moscow, Russia, said on November 30th local time that it had started vaccinating local residents against the novel coronavirus last week. Russia has delivered the first civilian “satellite-V” coronavirus vaccine so far. Residents who want to get the vaccine must register on the government website in advance and need to bring COVID-19 negative test results and identification documents on the day of vaccination, Domodedovo Central Hospital said on its website.
More than 13,000 new confirmed cases in the UK have been confirmed, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases exceeds 1.64 million.
According to the data released by the British Department of Health and Social Security, as of December 1 local time, 13,430 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United Kingdom in 24 hours, with a total of 1,643,086 confirmed cases; 603 new deaths, a total of 59,051 deaths within 28 days after diagnosis.
The Guardian reported on November 30 that the number of poor people in Britain will increase by nearly 700,000 people (including 120,000 children) this year due to the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus epidemic, citing a study by a think tank. According to the British think tank Legtan Institute, the coronavirus epidemic will bring the total number of poor people in the UK to more than 15 million people, or 23% of the population. The report also shows that the British government’s temporary relief measures in April this year prevented another 700,000 people from falling to the edge of poverty. ( Overseas Network Zhang Ni)