November 4th, 3rd Global Pandemic Briefing: Algerian President Infected with Coronavirus, the United States has an average daily increase of more than 80,000 cases in 7 days
World Health Organization: As of 15:17 on the 3rd Central European time, the number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus worldwide increased by 428,668 compared with the previous day, reaching 46,840,783; death cases increased by 5,311, reaching 1,204,028.
Johns Hopkins University in the United States: As of 6:25 on the 4th Beijing time, 47,260,377 confirmed cases of Coronavirus worldwide, and 1,211,102 deaths. The United States is the most severely affected country in the world, with 9,365,360 confirmed cases and 232,484 deaths.
The Presidential Palace of Algeria issued a statement on the 3rd that Algerian President Teben tested positive for the Coronavirus. The statement said that Teben is currently receiving treatment in a German hospital, and related medical tests have shown that his physical condition is gradually improving.
The Press Office of the Ministry of Economy of Georgia announced on the 3rd that the country’s Minister of Economy, Trnava, tested positive for Coronavirus and is currently in good condition and will continue to receive treatment at home.
The British government announced on the 3rd that it will conduct a citywide test for Coronavirus in Liverpool, “testing the waters” for large-scale testing in more areas.
Austria implemented a second “blockade” from 0:00 on the 3rd to curb Coronavirus Pandemic. Austrian President Van der Bellen issued a national television speech on the evening of the 2nd, calling on the people to unite and strictly abide by the Pandemic prevention regulations.
According to data released on the website of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the 2nd, the average number of new cases in a single day in the United States in the last 7 days reached 80,800, which is the highest record of new cases in a single day in the 7 days since the outbreak.
According to data released by the Ministry of Health and Population of Nepal on the 3rd, in the past 24 hours, there were 20 new deaths from Coronavirus across the country, and the cumulative number of deaths exceeded 1,000, reaching 1,004.