In view of the decline in deaths in Italy, China is stabilizing virus cases

BEIJING  Amid a drop in cases, China has accelerated Covid-19 trials for new reopening salons, and South Korea is undergoing a new transformation after easing social exclusion provisions to lift the economy. Continued to bear.    In the US, Vice President Mike Pence has confirmed the closure of a planned expedition bus trip to Florida, and cases have escalated. Meanwhile, the worst-hit Italy recorded the lowest COVID-19 deaths on Saturday in nearly three months.


BEIJING  Amid a drop in cases, China has accelerated Covid-19 trials for new reopening salons, and South Korea is undergoing a new transformation after easing social exclusion provisions to lift the economy. Continued to bear.


In the US, Vice President Mike Pence has confirmed the closure of a planned expedition bus trip to Florida, and cases have escalated. Meanwhile, the worst-hit Italy recorded the lowest COVID-19 deaths on Saturday in nearly three months.

There are no positive cases that the recent outbreak of the city in Beijing's beauty and barbershops has much control.

Beijing officials have temporarily shut down the wholesale food market, where the virus has spread, restored schools and shut down some neighborhoods. Anyone who leaves Beijing will need negative virus test results in the last seven days.

Millions of Chinese traveled during the three-day Dragon Boat Festival that ended on Saturday, with no immediate outbreak.

The Korea Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 40 of the newly reported cases were infected domestically, with another 22 coming from abroad. Much of local affairs is related to the densely populated Seoul metropolitan area, with nightclubs, church services, a large e-commerce warehouse, and low-income workers.

The city of Honolulu in Hawaii has announced that the campgrounds will reopen in three months with limited permission for the first time to address social discrimination. In contrast, the Washington government j. Jay Inslee kept his grip on the plan to move counties in the fourth phase of his reopening plan to make matters worse.

In another sign of an impact on the US economy, Tyson Foods announced that 371 employees at the chicken processing plant in the southwest corner of Missouri have tested positive for COVID-19.

Pence canceled a planned bus trip in Florida to benefit his and President Donald Trump's reunion, with state health officials reporting more than 9,500 new cases Saturday, totaling more than 600 cases from the previous day. These figures are among the authorities to cover the beach and discourage bar meetings.

Kansas, Idaho, and Oklahoma also state in the US, which is growing rapidly in terms.

However, the rise reflects partially extended testing, with experts saying there is sufficient evidence for the return of the crisis in some areas of the country with increased mortality and hospitalization and a positive return of viruses.

According to the Italian Ministry of Health statistics, the deaths of eight infected patients have been increased since Friday, bringing the total number of people known in the country to 34,716 in the epidemic.

There are 175 new cases, bringing the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases to the country, where the first European outbreak is 240,136. For the first time since the early days of the outbreak, less than 100 infected patients have occupied ICU beds nationwide, signaling the country's emerging from the crisis.

However, European leaders did not take any chances. German officials restored a lockout of 500,000 people in the West last week after about 1,300 slaughterhouse workers tested positive for COVID-19.

The Serbian government says that Defense Minister Alexander Vulin tested positive for coronavirus. Known for his pro-Russian stance, Woolen is part of a delegation led by Serbian President Alexander Vuక్iైన, who attended the Victory Day Parade in Moscow this week. Vucic met with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but it is unclear whether Vulin did.

The UK government hopes to end the 14-day detention requirement that will make people confident when returning home from abroad. India's confirmed coronavirus cases crossed half a million on Saturday, with another 24-hour record of 18,552 infections.

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