Coronavirus: A daily increase of 230,000 cases worldwide, the WHO reports

Coronavirus: A Daily Increase Of 230,000 Cases Worldwide, The WHO Reports


The World Health Organization has registered coronavirus cases worldwide for the third time in eight days, with a total of 230,370 infections in a 24-hour period.


As countries struggle to control the epidemic, positive Covid-19 cases have risen from the United States, Brazil, India, and South Africa.

WHO record of 228,102 new cases on Friday, July 10th. It broke the previous record of six days.

According to WHO data, global coronavirus cases reached 13 million on Sunday. More than 565,000 people worldwide have been infected with the virus in seven months.

Florida reported an increase of 15,299 cases of coronavirus on Sunday - the highest in a single day in any US state since the outbreak. According to WHO figures and 133,486 deaths, there are more than three million confirmed cases in the US.

The coronavirus in Brazil killed 71,469 people, more than 1.8 million more than any other country outside the US. President Zaire Bolsonaro announced on Tuesday that he had tested positive and that he was also in custody while taking the unproven hydroxychloroquine. They have downplayed the severity of the virus, which has repeatedly been referred to as the “little flu” and derivative mayors and governors are enforcing sanctions to stop the spread, arguing that the economic repercussions will be worse.

In just three weeks, India has become the third-worst country in the world from the coronavirus, according to a survey by Johns Hopkins University. India’s fragile health system has deteriorated during a month-long shutdown, but the infection is still growing rapidly.

There have been 793,802 infections and more than 21,600 deaths in India, with cases doubling every three weeks. It tests 250,000 samples a day even after months of laziness, but experts say it is not enough for about 1.4 million people.

According to Johns Hopkins, South Africa also saw a rapid increase in reported cases and became the 9th most-affected country.

More than 10,000 confirmed cases were reported in most days in the country and the latest daily increase was 13,500. 40% of the total cases confirmed in South Africa were in South Africa, an increase of 276,242 per day to 12,058.

South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa said 4,079 deaths had been reported in South Africa, 25% of which had occurred in the past week alone.

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