The global coronavirus milestones are worsened by fear of damage

 ROME The world surpassed two creepy coronavirus milestones on Sunday - 500,000 confirmed deaths, 10 million deaths - and the reopening of governments hit another high mark for new infections daily. The effort continued and warned that worse news was yet to come.    "COVID-19 has taken a very sharp and very dangerous turn in Texas over the past few weeks," said Governor Greg Abbott, who allowed the business to resume in early May, but there were cases on Friday between the bar and limited restaurant meals.


ROME The world surpassed two creepy coronavirus milestones on Sunday - 500,000 confirmed deaths, 10 million deaths - and the reopening of governments hit another high mark for new infections daily. The effort continued and warned that worse news was yet to come.

"COVID-19 has taken a very sharp and very dangerous turn in Texas over the past few weeks," said Governor Greg Abbott, who allowed the business to resume in early May, but there were cases on Friday between the bar and limited restaurant meals.

The California government has reopened bars in seven counties, including Gavin Newsom Los Angeles. He ordered them to close immediately and asked eight other counties to issue local health orders.

More Florida beaches will be closed again to prevent the proliferation of new Florida coronaviruses as authorities seek to prevent large gatherings between spikes in COVID-19 cases. The Government of Florida. Ron DeSantis said interactions among young people are increasing.

"Care has been thrown into the air and we're right there," said DeSantis.

The South African health minister has warned that the country's current state of affairs will grow rapidly in the coming weeks, limiting hospitals. Health Minister Zelini Mkhize said the rise in the current infection comes from people who have "gone back into office".

Cases of new cases in the Swiss nightclub and the Middle English city of Leicester are still widespread in Europe, though not in the fast-growing rate of infection in parts of the US, Latin America and India.

Meanwhile, Poland and France have tried to return to normalcy following a virus-delayed election.

French voters cast ballots in the second round of the municipal election, wearing mandatory masks and social disturbances and signing their own pens to sign the voting register. Poles also wore masks and used hand sanitizers and were asked to mail in their ballots in some areas infected with the virus.

Fanny Baruh voted at a school in Paris and said, "I didn't vote for the first time because I was old and I was nervous."

In Texas, Abbott appeared with Vice President Mike Pence, cutting campaigns from visits to Florida and Arizona due to growing virus cases in those states.

Pence praised Abbott for reopening the state and bringing back the plan for reopening.

"You've flattened the curve here in Texas ... but something changed a couple of weeks ago," Pence said.

Pence urged people to wear masks when they are unable to practice social discrimination. He and Abbott donned face masks, removed them as they walked in and out of the room, and spoke to reporters.

Meanwhile, Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar defended President Donald Trump's veil of publicity, saying he would not have to follow the guidance of his administration because of the independent world. Then the rest of us. "

Addressing the spikes in coronavirus cases reported in some states, Azar told NBC's "Meet the Press" that people "take ownership" of their behavior by wearing social masks and masks if possible.

Johns Hopkins University researchers said Sunday that the death toll from the coronavirus epidemic is more than 50,000.

More than 1 - 125,000 of those deaths - have been reported in the US. Brazil, the country with the highest casualties, has more than 57,000 or 1 in 9 people.

It is believed that the actual death from the virus, which appeared in China late last year, is significantly higher. Experts say that especially at the beginning, many victims died without investigating COVID-19.

To date, more than 10 million cases have been confirmed worldwide. Approximately one-fourth of them are in the U.S.

The World Health Organization has announced another daily record of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide - more than 189,000 in a 24-hour period. The case surpassed the previous record of 183,000 cases a week, indicating that the number of cases worldwide continues to rise.

Overall, the United States still has the highest number of cases. More than 2,450,000 - almost twice as Brazilian. The number of actual cases worldwide is very high.

New York, once the country's epidemic, "is now on the opposite end," the government told "Meet the Press" in an interview with Andrew Meato.

The state reported five new virus deaths on Saturday, the lowest deaths since March 15. About 800 people die every day during the state epidemic in April. In COVID-19, New York still leads the nation with 25 thousand deaths.

In Washington State, as cases are steadily increasing, Gov. J. Carroll plans to move counties to the fourth phase of their reopening plan. Insley caught up. But in Hawaii, the city of Honolulu announced the reopening of campgrounds with limited permits for the first time in three months to ensure social discrimination.

Meanwhile, the UK government is considering whether a local lockdown is needed for the central English city of Leicester amid reports of a spike in COVID-19 in its Asian community. It will be Britain's first local lockdown.

"We have seen fires all over the country in recent weeks," Home Secretary Preeti Patel told the BBC on Sunday.

Polish voters voted for the ballots individually and by mail for the presidential election in May, but were completely deferred amid the epidemic. Andrej Duda, a 48-year-old Conservative president, is backing another 10 candidates as he is seeking a five-year term, backed by the nationalist ruling law and justice party.

79-year-old Ivona Gogh was encouraged to see a lot of people voting in Warsaw.

"It's bad. Poland is very divided and people are depressed," she said.

French voters elected mayors and municipal councilors in Paris and 5,000 towns and cities in the second round of municipal elections under stringent sanitation regulations. The main battlefield is Paris, where the next mayor will preside over the 2024 Summer Olympics.

Italy honored the dead with an evening concert in Bergamo Province on Sunday evening. The celebration took place a day after Italy recorded the death toll of COVID-19 in nearly four months, a lifelong focus of European outbreak: eight.

European leaders took no chances to subdue new groups. German authorities have restored a lockout of 500,000 people in the West after testing positive for about 1,300 slaughterhouses.

According to figures released Sunday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of Africa, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Africa reached a new high of 371,000, including 9,484 deaths.

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