Coronavirus cases exceed 30 million globally


Globally, coronavirus cases exceeded 30 million on Thursday, with no signs of a reduction in the epidemic, according to Reuters.

Coronavirus cases exceed 30 million globally


India was firmly focused’ on the latest quake, although North and South America together still account for about half of the world's issues.

In recent days, the number of new cases worldwide has reached record levels, and the death toll from an international race due to a hot vaccine has risen to nearly one million.

According to the World Health Organization, official coronavirus statistics worldwide are five times the number of severe influenza cases recorded each year.

Worldwide, there have been approximately 1 million deaths, which is considered’ a backward sign of the virus's two-week fueling period. It has exceeded the upper limit of 290,000 to 650,000 deaths per year due to influenza.

This week, India became the second country in the world, after the United States, to record more than 5 million cases. On Thursday, it added another record daily to about 98,000 cases.

The South Asian nation, the world's second most populous country, has been reporting more new cases daily since mid-August than the United States, accounting for only 16% of the world's known cases.

So far, reported deaths in India have been relatively low but rising, with more than 1,000 deaths recorded daily in the country over the past two weeks.

The United States accounts for about 20% of all global events, even though it accounts for only 4% of the world's population. The third worst affected country is Brazil, which accounts for about 15% of global affairs.

It took 18 days for global affairs to increase from 25 million to more than 30 million. It took 20 days for the world to go from 20 million to 25 million and 19 days to 15 million to 20 million.

The global rate of new cases is slowing down every day, reflecting progress in limiting the disease in many countries, despite some large increases.


Soldiers of the Brazilian Armed Forces clean a bus at the Santa Canada bus terminal in Crete, Brazil, August 10.

The lowest one-day case in Australia on Thursday was reported’ to have increased since June as the country's second-tier center, Melbourne's second-largest city, appeared to be paying for tight locks.

Health experts stress that official figures report particularly low rates of both infections and deaths, especially in countries with limited screening capacity.

With nearly 200 candidates worldwide in recent weeks, the race to develop and market a novel coronavirus vaccine has intensified.

US President Donald Trump has said his country could have a vaccine ready for distribution before the November 3 US election, while a Chinese health official said this week that China would use the vaccine as soon as possible in November. Can develop a vaccine for

Although the incidence of the corona virus is still much lower than the Spanish flu in 1918, which infected an estimated 500 million people and killed at least 10 percent of them, experts fear that available data The numbers show the real effects of the epidemic.

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