Global anti-pandemic for 24 hours Turkish Interior Minister tests positive for coronavirus . South Korea further refines social distancing measures
WHO: More than 45.94 million confirmed cases of new coronavirus worldwide
According to the latest real-time statistics of WHO, as of 13:49 on November 1st, Central European time , there were a total of 45,942,902 confirmed cases of new coronavirus worldwide and a total of 1,192,644 deaths.
On November 1st, there were 473,311 new confirmed cases of new coronavirus worldwide and 6,578 new deaths,The number of new cases in the U.S. is approaching 100,000, and experts warn: it may lead to a rapid increase in deaths
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the number of new cases on October 31 in the United States increased by 99,321 from previous day, the highest number of new cases since the outbreak in the United States.
Jonathan Reiner, a professor of medicine at George Washington University, said in an interview with CNN on the 31st that “in the next two weeks, 3 new nearly 100,000 cases will begin to translate into a large number of deaths.”
He believes In the next two to three weeks, the number of new deaths in the United States per day may rise to 2,000.
U.S. pandemic peaks in October at least 31 states record new cases in a single day
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, at least 31 states in the United States have recorded the highest number of new cases in a single day in the past month. At the same time, 15 states have recorded new deaths in a single day.
As of the 31st local time, the average daily number of new cases in the United States in the past 7 days was 78,380, an increase of 128.2% from the relative low of September 12; on the 31st, the number of new coronavirus hospitalizations was 47,374, compared with September 20 The low point is 65.6% higher.
Turkey’s interior minister diagnosed with the new coronavirus
Turkish Interior Minister Soylu said on social media on October 31, local time that he and his family were receiving treatment in the hospital because of the positive results of coronavirus
After they felt unwell on October 26, they started treatment according to the doctor’s recommendation.
Austrian Liberal Party chairman Norbert Hofer tests positive for coronavirus
On November 1, local time, according to news from the Austrian National Radio and Television Station, the chairman of the Austrian Liberal Party Norbert Hofer tested positive for coronavirus and currently has mild symptoms.
Since October 27, Hofer has been working from home. His wife is a nurse and works in a nursing home. The new coronavirus test result is also positive.
The Belgian medical system is overwhelmed and the national intensive care unit can only admit 106 more people
According to the Belgian “Brussels Times” on November 1, the head of the Belgian Union of Medical Institutions, Philip De Vos, told the media that the 2,000 intensive care beds nationwide in Belgium are now close to saturation, and there are currently only 106 beds left.
De Vos revealed that although Belgium has increased its efforts to transfer coronavirus patients to Germany starting this weekend, the Belgian intensive care unit is likely to be fully staffed within 10 days.
Georgian Prime Minister began home isolation due to exposure to confirmed cases of new coronavirus
On the evening of November 1st, local time, Georgian Prime Minister Georgi Gahariya announced on his social media that he had been in contact with a colleague who was infected with the coronavirus the day before and had begun home quarantine, during which he would work remotely.
Over 100 new cases in a single day for five consecutive days South Korean Prime Minister announced that social distancing measures will be broken down from three stages to five stages
As of 0:00 local time on November 1, South Korea has newly confirmed more than 100 new cases in a single day for 5 consecutive days.
South Korean Prime Minister Ding Shi-kyun presided over a meeting of the Central Disaster Safety Response Headquarters on November 1 and announced that the South Korean government has decided to subdivide the social distancing measures in response to the coronavirus pandemic from the original three stages into five stages.
Ding Shijun pointed out that South Korea’s current three-stage anti-pandemic response measures differ greatly in their anti-pandemic intensity at each stage. Therefore, the government has decided to redesign anti-pandemic measures to achieve precise pandemic prevention.
Italy may further reduce the business hours of shopping mall entertainment venues
On November 1, local time, Italian Prime Minister Conte held a meeting with local chief executives and representatives from all walks of life to discuss upgrading the pandemic prevention and control measures.
According to local media reports, the Italian government still hopes to avoid a complete blockade again, but it may further reduce the business hours of shopping malls and entertainment venues.
Slovakia completes first round of nationwide new coronavirus tests, Prime Minister calls on people who test positive to self-isolate
On October 31 and November 1, local time, Slovakia conducted the first two-day free test for the new coronavirus. The Ministry of Defense said it expects to submit two days of complete test data on November 2.
Slovak Prime Minister Matovic called on a collection site on the 1st that people who tested positive should self-quarantine at home for 10 days and notify those who had contact with him before. Those who test negative must continue to comply with the restrictions.