Overseas Network, November 9th. Worldometer website real-time statistics show that, a total of 50,702,520 confirmed cases of Coronavirus Pandemic worldwide, a total of 1,261,257 deaths, and more than 112 countries and regions confirmed cases Million cases.
The global pandemic continues to spread. In the Americas, four White House staff have tested positive for the Coronavirus. This year, Brazil’s intensive care unit mortality rate was the highest in the past 10 years; in Europe, France became the EU country with the most confirmed cases.
The effect of Germany’s “cities closure” remains to be seen; in Asia, the air pollution in the capital of India and the overlap of the Coronavirus pandemic have rebounded, and 27 provinces in Iran are listed as “red zones.”
Americas: Four more White House staff confirmed that Brazil’s intensive care unit mortality rate is the highest in the past 10 years
United States Pandemic
According to Worldometer’s real-time statistics, as of about 6:30 on November 9th, Beijing time, a total of 10,274,780 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the United States and a total of 243,713 deaths. Compared with the data at 6:30 the previous day, there were 114,671 new confirmed cases and 574 new deaths in the United States.
CBS reported on the 7th that four more White House staff tested positive for Coronavirus, but the report did not disclose the names of these four. Previously, US media reported that the White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows tested positive for Coronavirus. It is not clear when Meadows was diagnosed. On October 25, Mark Meadows said in an interview with American media that the United States would not control the pandemic and also opposed the wearing of masks and other prevention and control measures.
As of November 8, local time, there were 10,554 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Brazil in a single day, with a total of 5,664,115 confirmed cases; 128 new deaths and a total of 162,397 deaths.
On the 7th local time, the Brazilian Intensive Medical Service Authority released data stating that due to the impact of Coronavirus pandemic, the mortality rate in Brazil’s intensive care unit will be the highest in the past 10 years in 2020. Data show that as of August this year, the standard mortality rate (TMP) in the intensive care unit was 1.18, which was 18% higher than the predicted value.
Local intensive care professionals pointed out that if the mortality rate is 0.98, it means that 98 of the 100 patients at risk of death will die, and when this value reaches 1.18, it means that as long as the patient is in a high-risk state, death will occur. . In the eyes of professionals, the increase in mortality in the intensive care unit mainly comes from two aspects. One is that the number of severe patients with Coronavirus admitted to exceeds the number of conventional severe patients, and the other is that the number of medical personnel is limited and it is difficult to bear the corresponding workload. .
Europe: France becomes the most severely affected EU country, Germany’s “closed city” effect remains to be seen
According to data released by the French public health department on November 8, local time, as of 14:00 on the same day, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in France reached 1,787,324, with 38,619 new cases in 24 hours. A total of 40,439 deaths were reported, including 27,930 deaths in hospitals, and 270 new cases within 24 hours.
When introducing the pandemic, the director of the French General Administration of Health Salomon pointed out that the pandemic situation in France is very severe. Unlike the first wave, all parts of France have been ravaged by the second wave. France is the EU country with the most confirmed cases. According to the calculation of the Pasteur Institute, France may usher in the second wave of the “rush hour” of the pandemic in mid-November, and the pandemic will gradually ease afterwards.
According to the information released by the official website of the Russian Coronavirus pandemic prevention, as of 10:40 on November 8, Moscow time, in the past 24 hours, there have been 20,498 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Russia, with a total of 1,774,334 confirmed cases. There were 286 new deaths and a total of 30537 deaths.
At present, Russia has conducted more than 64.6 million new coronavirus tests, and a total of 590,000 tests have been completed in the past 24 hours. More than 420,000 people are under medical isolation and observation. Melita Vuinovic, the representative of the World Health Organization in Russia, said that it is difficult to say how the Russian pandemic will develop next. “The first is to prevent the spread of the virus.”
According to data released by the Robert Koch Institute, the Federal Agency for Disease Control in Germany, as of 0:00 local time on November 7, Germany had a total of 658,505 confirmed cases of Coronavirus, and 16,017 new confirmed cases. There were 63 new related deaths, and a total of 11,289 deaths.
Germany’s “average number of new diagnoses per 100,000 people in seven days” reflecting the severity of the pandemic has continued to rise since October, reaching 151.2 as of the 7th. From the end of March to the beginning of April, when the first wave of the pandemic in Germany peaked, this indicator never exceeded 50. Although the second round of nationwide “cities lockdown” has been implemented on the 2nd of this month, the Robert Koch Institute, the German Federal Agency for Disease Control, pointed out that the virus is still being observed to continue to spread among the population. The agency stated that it will take at least 2 to 3 weeks to observe whether the new round of “closure” measures implemented at the beginning of the month has played a role in controlling the number of new diagnoses.
According to the latest data released by the Italian Ministry of Health on November 8, Italy had 32,616 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in a single day, and a total of 935,104 confirmed cases; 331 new deaths and a total of 41,394 deaths.
In order to alleviate the impact of the pandemic restriction measures on the economy, the Italian government passed a new round of relief plan in the early morning of the 7th local time. According to sources quoted by Reuters, the current bailout package is worth 2.9 billion euros. The package includes relaxation of certain tax payment deadlines and increased relief funds for shops that are currently classified as “red zone” and are affected by more stringent restrictions. Wait. In addition, because of the pandemic prevention regulations, some grades are taught remotely, and the plan also provides financial support for parents of students.
United Kingdom Pandemic
According to statistics from the Department of Health and Social Security of the United Kingdom, as of November 8, local time, there were 20,572 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the United Kingdom within 24 hours, with a total of 1192013 confirmed; 156 new deaths, a total of 49,044 deaths within 28 days after diagnosis .
The city of Liverpool in the northwest of the United Kingdom recently launched England’s first COVID-19 citywide test pilot project to prevent local hospitals from being overwhelmed by the second wave of the pandemic. Agence France-Presse reported that the city-wide testing is expected to last two weeks, and all 500,000 residents of Liverpool and those working there will be tested. Liverpool has set up multiple test points in schools, offices and other places in the city. People can make appointments online or go directly to test points, and the local government will also send test notices. In addition to nucleic acid testing, this large-scale test will also use rapid results and low-cost testing techniques.
Asia: Air pollution in the Indian capital and Coronavirus pandemic rebound, Iran becomes the worst-hit country in the Middle East
The Ministry of Health of India released data on the 8th local time. The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in India reached 8,507,754, of which 126,121 died and 7,786,968 were cured and discharged. The number of confirmed cases within 24 hours has increased by 45,674, and the number of deaths has increased by 559.
The air quality in New Delhi, the capital of India, was “severely polluted” for the third consecutive day on the 7th. The city has recently rebounded from Coronavirus pandemic.
Health experts have suggested that high levels of air pollution will affect those patients suffering from Coronavirus of respiratory diseases. In addition, if air quality continues to deteriorate, patients with chronic respiratory diseases will be more susceptible to the new coronavirus. Deutsche News Agency reported that scientific research has found that long-term exposure to polluted air may increase the mortality rate of patients with Coronavirus. Not long ago, the National Center for Disease Control of India predicted that New Delhi may add 15,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 each day in winter, partly because of the high incidence of winter respiratory diseases caused by air pollution, and patients are more susceptible to infection.
According to news from the Iranian Ministry of Health on the 8th, in the past 24 hours, Iran has newly confirmed 9236 new cases of Coronavirus and 459 new deaths. As of noon on the 8th local time, Iran had a total of 682,486 confirmed cases of Coronavirus and 38,291 deaths.
A spokesperson for the Iranian Ministry of Health said that 27 provinces in Iran are listed as “red zones.” Iran is the country with the worst pandemic situation in the Middle East. The capital Tehran stipulates that masks must be worn in public.
Confirmed cases in other countries
In Asian countries, except India and Iran; Singapore has confirmed 58056 cases; Israel has confirmed 319241 cases…
Oceanian countries, Australia has confirmed 27658 cases; New Zealand has confirmed 1982 cases…
American countries, with the exception of the United States and Brazil, Peru has confirmed 920010 cases and Argentina has confirmed 1236851 cases