December 10th – Real-time statistics on the Worldometer website show that as of about 6:30 Beijing time on December 10, there were 69161,007 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 1,573,599 deaths worldwide.
Compared with the previous day, 672,712 new confirmed cases and 12,312 new deaths were reported in a single day worldwide. More than 670,000 new confirmed cases outside China, more than 69.07 million confirmed cases and more than 1.56 million deaths.
More than 240,000 new confirmed cases in the United States in a single day, with a total of more than 15.78 million confirmed cases.
According to Worldometer real-time statistics, as of about 6:30 Beijing time on December 10, a total of 1,5781512 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States and 295,854 deaths. Compared with the data of 6:30 the previous day, 240,968 new confirmed cases and 3,102 new deaths were reported in the United States.
On the 8th local time, U.S. President Trump signed an executive order aimed at prioritizing the delivery of coronavirus vaccines to the United States to alleviate concerns about insufficient doses of vaccine distribution. The decree was signed at the White House Vaccine Summit held on the same day. White House officials said that the decree was in compliance with Trump’s long-standing “America First” policy, and did not disclose more details.
Brazil has more than 50,000 new confirmed cases in a single day, with a total of more than 6.72 million confirmed cases.
According to the data of the Brazilian Ministry of Health on the 9th local time, the total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country is 6728,452, an increase of 53,453, 178,995 deaths and 836 new deaths over the previous day.
Brazil’s National Health Surveillance Agency issued a warning on the 7th that researchers suspected to have found Candida auruds for the first time in a hospital in the state of Bahia in the northeast of the country on a patient who was admitted to an intensive care unit with complications from COVID-19. At present, the test sample is sent from the hospital laboratory to the laboratory of the University of São Paulo School of Medicine for review and confirmation. Because of its multi-drug resistance, high lethality and high clinical diagnosis and identification difficulties, Candida auricularis is also known as “superfungus”. Brazil’s National Health Surveillance Agency said that the emergence of “superfungi” poses a serious threat to public health.
Russia has more than 26,000 new confirmed cases in a single day, with a total of more than 2.54 million confirmed cases.
According to the latest data released on the official website of Russia’s COVID-19 epidemic prevention on the 9th, 26,190 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Russia, with a total of 2541,199 confirmed cases; 559 new COVID-19 deaths, with a total of 44,159 deaths.
According to a report by Russian Satellite News Agency on the 9th, Russian Prime Minister Mishustin said that there may be an explosive demand for Russia’s coronavirus vaccine from abroad. Speaking at the plenary meeting of Made in Russia, Mishustin said: “There may be a huge and really explosive demand for popular products such as a coronavirus vaccine.” At the same time, he stressed that first of all, a vaccine is planned to provide vaccines to citizens of the Russian Federation.
More than 16,000 new confirmed cases in the UK in a single day, with a total of more than 1.76 million confirmed cases.
On the 9th local time, the British Department of Health and Social Security released the latest data. In the past 24 hours, 16,578 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United Kingdom, with a total of 1,76,819 confirmed cases; 533 new deaths, a total of 62,583 deaths.
On December 8th, local time, the United Kingdom officially launched a large-scale coronavirus vaccination project. According to the latest news from Russian satellite news agency and British Sky News, two British NHS health workers developed allergies after vaccination.
According to the report, the two people developed related symptoms after vaccination on the 8th and are currently recovering. Stephen Bowes, England’s NHS National Medical Director, warned people with a history of “serious” allergies not to get the Pfizer vaccine.