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WHO: More than 42.51 million confirmed cases of Coronavirus worldwide
According to the latest real-time statistics of the World Health Organization, as of 14:9 on October 25, Central European time (21:9 on October 25, Beijing time), there were a total of 42,512,186 confirmed cases of Coronavirus worldwide, and a total of 1,147,301 deaths. On the 25th, there were 438,633 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus worldwide, and 5,669 new deaths.
UN Secretary-General Guterres: The new crown pneumonia epidemic is the biggest crisis of our time
On the 25th, the three-day World Health Summit 2020 kicked off by video.
United Nations Secretary-General Guterres stated at the opening ceremony that the Coronavirus
epidemic is the biggest crisis of our time and has caused many devastating consequences.
Guterres called on all countries in the world to unite and fight the epidemic together
, and developed countries must provide assistance to countries that lack resources.
Four associates of U.S. Vice President Pence test positive for new coronavirus
On October 25, local time, the US Vice President Pence’s office stated that four of Pence’s close staff
members tested positive for the new crown virus and Pence himself would not self-isolate.
Vice President’s spokesperson Devin O’Malley said in a statement issued on the evening of the 24th that Pence’s Chief of Staff Mark Short was in isolation after testing positive on the 24th. According to NBC News, the vice president’s senior political adviser Matti Obst and two other aides also tested positive.
O’Malley also stated in the statement that both Pence and second lady Karen Pence tested negative and were “well.”
White House Chief of Staff: The United States “will not” control the epidemic
On October 25, local time, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said in an interview with CNN that the United States “will not control” the new crown epidemic.
At the same time, the number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in various parts of the country has surged, and nearly 225,000 people have died from the virus.
Meadows said: “We will not control the epidemic. We will get vaccines, find effective treatments and other mitigation methods.”
Spokesperson of the Italian President and Prime Minister Tested Positive for Coronavirus
According to Ansa News Agency, Italian Presidential Spokesperson Grasso tested positive for the new crown virus on the 25th. He developed a high fever on the 23rd and was tested for the virus immediately. Currently, all health indicators are normal.
Grasso said that he tested negative on the 21st and has not had direct contact with President Mattarella since then. The Presidential Palace is currently being inspected and disinfected in accordance with relevant regulations.
It is also reported that the Italian Prime Minister’s Spokesperson Casalino was diagnosed with Coronavirus on the 24th and currently has mild symptoms.
He said that his last contact with Prime Minister Conte was on Tuesday, when he was
wearing a mask and keeping a safe distance, and his test result on Wednesday was still negative.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Tests Positive for Covid-19
On October 25, local time, Bulgarian media reported that Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov tested positive for the new crown virus. Borisov also announced the news on his social media platform.
On the 24th of the previous day, Bulgarian Prime Minister Bojko Borisov started self-isolation due to close contact with the Deputy
Minister of Regional Development Nikolai Nankov. The latter was tested for the new crown pneumonia virus on the 23rd. The result was positive.
Polish Minister of Defense Tests Positive for New Coronavirus
On the evening of October 25, local time, Polish Defense Minister Buvascak posted on
social media that his test result for the new crown virus was positive and he is currently in good health.
He called on the public to be cautious and abide by the epidemic prevention regulations.
Governor of India’s central bank tests positive for coronavirus
On the evening of October 25, local time, the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India
(Central Bank) Shakti Kanta Das stated on his personal social account that he had tested positive for the new crown virus and was currently asymptomatic and feeling good. Das said that he will continue to work in an isolated environment and the central bank’s work will proceed normally.
Spain enters a state of emergency again
On October 25, local time, Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez announced that Spain’s new state of national emergency has been approved, and that the country will enter a state of emergency again
and a curfew will be imposed from 23:00 to 6:00 in all regions of the country except the Canary Region. , Prohibiting residents from moving freely at night, and restricting the maximum number of people in the country to less than 6 people. The state of emergency will take effect on the afternoon of the 25th local time.
Sanchez confirmed that he will apply to the House of Representatives to extend the state of emergency until May 9, 2021.
Italy introduces new epidemic prevention and control law to upgrade control measures three times in two weeks
On the 25th local time, Italian Prime Minister Conte signed a new epidemic prevention and control decree to further upgrade the nationwide control and restriction measures.
According to the decree, from October 26 to November 24, the business hours of all catering establishments in Italy will be shortened to 5:00 to 18:00, and the number of people at each table will not exceed 4, and only take-out delivery services will be provided after 18:00; theaters, music Halls, gaming venues, as well as gyms, swimming pools, ski resorts and other facilities are temporarily closed to the public;
primary and secondary schools continue to have classes on campus, high schools and vocational
schools adopt flexible teaching methods, and at least 75% of teaching activities are carried out in digital form; exhibitions and celebrations are prohibited , Various meetings are held remotely.
Croatian civil defense headquarters announces restrictions on gathering activities
According to a report from the Croatian Civil Defense Headquarters on
October 25, there were 2,421 new confirmed cases of Coronavirusin Croatia in the past 24 hours, a record of 2,242 cases set a day earlier.
On the 25th, the Croatian Civil Defense Headquarters announced a new 14-day epidemic prevention measure. Starting at midnight on the 26th: public events and gatherings with more than 50 people are prohibited; the number of participants in weddings, funerals, etc. shall not exceed 30; other private gatherings shall not exceed 15 People; sports competitions are not conducted with spectators; the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited from zero to six.