Number of diagnosed in India breaks 800,000, France ends health emergency
(Fighting against COVID-19) India’s number of diagnoses exceeded 800,000, France ended health emergency
China News Agency, Beijing, July 12th, comprehensive news: According to the latest World Health Organization According to the epidemic situation, as of 10:00 a.m. Central European time (16:00 a.m. Beijing time), the cumulative number of confirmed cases of global COVID-19 reached 12,322,395, and the cumulative number of deaths was 556,335. According to real-time data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 9:37 on the 12th, Beijing time, there were a total of 12,681,472 confirmed cases and 564,420 deaths worldwide.
America: Trang During the general epidemic, the first public mask worn by the Brazilian president’s wife was negative for the COVID-19 test
According to real-time data from Johns Hopkins University, the United States currently has more than 3.24 million confirmed cases, including 13 deaths. More than ten thousand people. According to local media reports, US President Trump wore a mask on the 11th when he visited the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland. The media said that this is the first time Trump has worn a mask in public since the outbreak of the COVID-19.
The Brazilian Ministry of Health reported on the evening of the 11th that 39023 new cases were diagnosed in the country on a single day, with a cumulative diagnosis of 1839850 cases; there were 1071 new deaths and a total of 71469 deaths. The wife of Brazilian President Bosonaro said on the 11th that his new coronavirus test was negative.
According to the Chilean Ministry of Health on the 11th, in the past 24 hours, there were 2755 new diagnoses in the country, and the cumulative number of diagnoses increased to 312029. Chile’s Minister of Health Paris said on the same day that in the past two weeks, the growth rate of confirmed cases in some parts of the country has slowed significantly. But he also pointed out that the epidemic situation in Chile's capital Santiago and some northern provinces is still not optimistic.
Asia: Confirmed diagnosis in India Number of people breaks 800,000 infections in 61 U.S. military bases in Okinawa, Japan
According to the Indian Ministry of Health on the 11th, 27,114 new cases were diagnosed in the country in the past 24 hours, a new high since the epidemic. A total of 820,916 cases were diagnosed. According to Indian media reports, the Indian central government has ordered the lifting of the blockade in most areas, but in response to the spread of the epidemic, governments across India have issued local administrative orders to strengthen the blockade.
In addition, Amitabh Bachchan, a well-known Bollywood movie star in India, announced on social media on the evening of the 11th that his new coronavirus test was positive and has been admitted to the hospital. He also called on people who had contact with him in the past 10 days to take the initiative to test.
Okinawa Prefecture, Japan announced on the 11th that the U.S. military base stationed in Okinawa informed Okinawa Prefecture that a total of 61 confirmed cases of COVID-19s had appeared in the Okinawa U.S. military base from 7 to 11 this month. According to statistics from the Japan Broadcasting Association Television on the 11th, 386 new cases were diagnosed in Japan that day, and a total of 21584 cases were diagnosed.
According to the UAE’s "Gulf News", Emirates Airlines President Tim Clark said on the 11th that the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, the proportion of Emirates Airlines layoffs is likely to reach 15%, estimated at about 9,000 Job positions will be affected.
Europe: End of France Health emergencies Germany has nearly 200,000 people diagnosed
France ended the health emergencies on the 11th, but the measure that people still have to wear masks on public transportation may be effective until November. In addition, in places where virus transmission is on the rise, officials may take limited temporary control measures.
According to data from the Russian Epidemic Prevention Official Website on the 11th, 6611 cases were newly diagnosed in Russia in the past 24 hours, with a total of 720547 cases. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Golikova announced that Russia will gradually resume international flights from July 15. The Russian government will also require all foreigners entering Russia to submit a nucleic acid test report within 72 hours.
As of the evening of the 11th, the cumulative number of diagnoses in Germany has exceeded 199,000. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on the same day that the COVID-19 pandemic presented challenges not only to governments but also the entire international community. Only when countries find answers to global cooperation for this global threat will they have the opportunity to overcome the current and future pandemic diseases.
Africa: confirmed diagnosis in Africa Nearly 560,000 cases of South Africa promoting the "Oxygen Point" anti-epidemic plan
According to the latest statistics from the African Center for Disease Control and Prevention, as of 5:00 a.m. A total of 559079 people were diagnosed, 12,756 people died, and 273,984 people recovered.
Fox News Network quoted the director of the African Center for Disease Control as saying that the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Africa has increased by 24% in the past week. South Africa is one of the countries with the most severe epidemics. The hospitals in the province of Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa, are near saturation, and medical oxygen will be exhausted.
According to the latest data from the official website of the South African Ministry of Health on the 11th, there were a total of 13,497 newly diagnosed cases, a total of 264,184 diagnosed cases and a total of 3,971 deaths. In response to the outbreak in South Africa, South African Minister of Health Mukez said that the South African government is actively promoting the anti-epidemic plan called "Oxygen Point", that is, to accelerate the installation of ventilation equipment and ventilators in the COVID-19 hospital designated by the South African government. Facilities process to alleviate the current shortage of medical supplies. (End)