Quick report of global outbreak
Issuing time:2020-04-10 19:27Source:Beijing News
Overview of the global outbreak:
According to the real-time statistics released by Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 6:30 am Beijing time on April 8th, there were more than 1.4 million confirmed Covid- 19 cases worldwide, totaling 1414738 cases.
Key country data:
United States: as of April 7, 387,547 confirmed cases and 12,285 deaths of COVID 19 in the United States. Of these, the number of confirmed COVID 19 cases in New York state increased to 138,836. At this point, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in one state of New York exceeds that in the European country of Italy (132,547 cases).
Spain: in the past 24 hours, 4,273 new cases of COVID 19 were confirmed, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 135,032, according to the Spanish ministry of health's website. There were 637 new deaths, the lowest number in nearly two weeks.
Italy: a total of 135,586 new covid-19 cases were confirmed in Italy, the lowest number since March 13, the Italian civil protection department said Thursday. There were 604 new deaths, bringing the total number of deaths to 17,127, still the highest in the world.
Germany: as of 6 o 'clock on April 8, Beijing time, Germany has confirmed a total of 107458 covid-19 cases, with 1983 deaths and 36,081 cured. The number of deaths in a single day surged to more than 200, a record since the outbreak began in the country. The death rate from confirmed cases in Germany rose to 1.75 per cent.
France: the total number of confirmed covid-19 cases in France has reached 109,069, or more than 100,000, as of the early morning of July 8, Beijing time. Of these, 10,328 were fatal. So far, France has become the fifth country in the world with a total of 100,000 cases, after the United States, Spain, Italy and Germany.
Iran: a total of 62,589 new COVID 19 cases have been confirmed in the past 24 hours, the ministry of health said Thursday. There were 133 new deaths, bringing the total to 3,872. So far, the number of new confirmed cases in Iran has been on the decline for eight consecutive days.
Turkey: a total of 34,109 cases were confirmed and 1,582 cured in Turkey on the evening of April 7, local time. A total of 228,868 tests have been conducted in Turkey, with 1,474 patients in intensive care and 987 intubated patients.
The Netherlands: in the last 24 hours, 952 new cases of COVID 19 have been confirmed in the Netherlands, bringing the total to 18,803, according to the latest data on the Dutch ministry of health's website. There were 101 new deaths, bringing the total to 1,867.
South Korea: a total of 10331 confirmed cases, 192 deaths and 6694 cures have been reported in the republic of Korea (rok) as of Thursday, according to the statistics released by the country's department of disease management.
UK: the latest figures released show 3,634 new confirmed covid-19 cases in the UK in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 55,242. In addition, there were 786 new covid-19 deaths in the UK in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 6159.
Russia: in the last 24 hours, 1154 new cases of COVID 19 have been confirmed in Russia, bringing the total to 7497, according to the Moscow times.
Japan: a total of 361 new cases of COVID 19 were confirmed in Japan Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 4460, NHK reported. The declaration of emergency in seven prefectures, including Tokyo, went into effect at about 11:30 pm.
The us government will buy nearly 167m masks from 3M over the next three months. Italy is ready to enter "phase two"; The Iranian government plans to provide loans to four million low-income families. Paris, France, has banned people from exercising during the day. Mr Abe declared a state of emergency in seven prefectures, including Tokyo.
In recent days, the epidemic in Africa continues to spread. So far, the cumulative number of confirmed cases on the African continent has exceeded 10,000, spreading to 52 countries in 53 days. The African center for disease control and prevention (CDC) released data Tuesday showing that the total number of confirmed cases in the new crown on the African continent has reached 10075, including 487 deaths. From the first confirmed case in Africa on February 14 to April 6, the outbreak spread to 52 countries on the African continent in 53 days, with lesotho and comoros the only two countries to report no confirmed cases.