November 13th. Comprehensive news: The latest data released by the World Health Organization shows that as of 16:41 on the 12th Central European Time (23:41 Beijing Time), the cumulative number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus worldwide has been compared with the previous day.
An increase of 579253 cases to 51848261 cases; an increase of 9668 cases of deaths to 1,280,868 cases. The real-time data of various countries and regions compiled by the Johns Hopkins University New Coronavirus Research Project in the United States shows that as of 10:25 on the 13th, Beijing time, there were 52,675,828 confirmed cases of Coronavirus worldwide, of which 12,91,937 were deaths.
The Director-General of the World Health Organization Tan Desai emphasized at the 3rd Paris Peace Forum on the 12th that all hopes should not be pinned on Coronavirus vaccine. Countries need to continue to be vigilant and take pandemic prevention measures. Tedros said: “We can’t just wait for the vaccine to come out and put all the eggs in one basket.”
On November 9, local time, in Washington, the capital of the United States, people ate at an outdoor restaurant maintaining “social distancing”. On that day, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the United States exceeded 10 million, and the death toll exceeded 238,000. Photo by China News Agency reporter Sha Hanting
Americas: California’s Coronavirus confirmed over a million cases
According to real-time statistics from Johns Hopkins University, as of 10:25 on the 13th, Beijing time, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the United States was 10,546,706, including 242,622 deaths. The forecast data released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the 12th local time shows that by December 5, the cumulative number of deaths from Coronavirus in the United States will likely reach 260,000 to 282,000.
The cumulative number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in California on the 12th exceeded 1 million, becoming the second state in the United States to break one million cases after Texas.
Due to the continuous increase in the number of confirmed cases of the Coronavirus, the City of Chicago issued a “home order” on the 12th, recommending residents to stay at home as much as possible except for necessary tasks such as school and work. The “home order” will take effect next Monday (November 16) for a period of 30 days. There are 122,712 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Chicago.
The latest data released by the Brazilian Ministry of Health on the evening of the 12th showed that in the past 24 hours, there were 33,922 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the country, and a total of more than 5.78 million confirmed cases.
Europe: Britain’s increasing number of diagnoses hit a new high
In response to the recent occurrence of a number of cases of infection of the mutated new coronavirus in the farmed mink to humans in Denmark, the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention (ECDC) stated on the 12th that if the new variant of the new coronavirus spreads in the population on a large scale, it may affect The overall effectiveness of Coronavirus vaccine under development. To this end, the center recommends that EU countries and the United Kingdom take targeted measures to reduce public health risks.
The European Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also stated that the earliest “human-to-human transmission from mink farms” can be traced back to the confirmed cases of a farmed mink and a farm worker reported in the Netherlands in April this year. Since then, it has been determined that Coronavirus can be transmitted from human to mink. , Can also be transmitted to humans by mink. Since then, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Sweden, and the United States have also reported cases of mink infection with the Coronavirus in their territories.
According to the pandemic data released by the French Ministry of Health on the evening of the 12th, there were 33,172 new confirmed cases in France that day, and a total of 18,987,710 confirmed cases; 425 new deaths and a total of 42,960 deaths. French Prime Minister Castel held a press conference that night and stated that the second wave of the pandemic in France is very serious, and the number of hospitalizations is still maintained at a high level, and the nationwide “city closure” measures will continue for at least 15 days. Castel also reiterated that Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations cannot be carried out in the usual way.
The Coronavirus data released by the British government on the 12th showed that the country had 33,470 new confirmed cases, a record high since the outbreak, with a total of 1290195 confirmed cases. In response to the deteriorating pandemic, the British government previously announced that England will again implement a wide range of “foot-free” measures from November 5 to December 2. In addition to special reasons such as going to school and purchasing daily necessities, people are required to stay as much as possible. at home.
The German disease control department announced on the 12th that the number of new confirmed cases in a single day exceeded 20,000 again, reaching 21,866. As of that night, the cumulative number of confirmed diagnoses in Germany has reached nearly 750,000. The head of the German disease control department said on the same day that due to the continuous increase in the number of Coronavirus patients requiring intensive care treatment and the number of deaths, it is necessary to prepare for the “overload” of German hospitals.
According to data released on the website of the Austrian Ministry of Interior on the 12th, the country has newly confirmed 9262 new cases of Coronavirus in the past 24 hours, which is a record high in the number of new confirmed cases in a single day, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases has risen to 181642.
On November 8, local time, Japan’s Minister of Economic Regeneration, Yasumi Nishimura, expressed his hope that he would continue to be vigilant against the pandemic and speed up the formulation of winter pandemic prevention measures. The recent pandemic in Japan has a rebound trend. The picture shows Tokyo citizens disinfecting their hands before entering the mall. Photo by China News Agency reporter Lu Shaowei
Asia: Japan’s number of confirmed cases in a single day breaks record
According to statistics from the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) on the evening of the 12th, Japan added 1,643 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus that day, becoming the day with the largest number of new confirmed cases so far. The Japanese government held a special meeting on the pandemic on the same day. The Minister of Economic Regeneration Yasumi Nishimura said that the current pandemic is close to the severe state of early August, and it is necessary to increase the sense of crisis of the outbreak. If pandemic continues with the current situation, the government will have to take stronger measures. It is hoped that the people will abide by the basic pandemic prevention requirements, and the government will also focus on formulating countermeasures for clusters of epidemics.
South Korea’s Central Anti-pandemic Countermeasures Headquarters reported on the 13th that as of 0:00 that day, South Korea had 191 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus compared with the previous day. The number of new cases in a single day has remained in the triple digits for six consecutive days, with a total of 28,133 confirmed cases. In addition to high-risk places such as sanatoriums in South Korea, office buildings, schools, subway stations, coffee shops and other places of daily life have also continued to experience collective infections.
Africa: South Africa has over 20,000 deaths
The latest data released by the African Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that as of 5 o’clock on the 12th Eastern Africa time (10:00 Beijing time), 14,164 newly diagnosed cases have been confirmed in the region in the past 24 hours, and the total number of confirmed cases exceeds 1.91 million, reaching 1919442; new There were 330 deaths and a total of 46,295 deaths.
According to data released by the South African Ministry of Health on the evening of the 12th, there were 2338 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in South Africa that day, a total of 744,732; 65 new deaths and a total of 20076 deaths. South African President Ramaphosa issued a televised speech on the evening of the 11th, saying that the cumulative number of deaths from Coronavirus in South Africa has exceeded 20,000. He called on the public to take good precautions to prevent the pandemic from worsening.