(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) The global cumulative number of confirmed cases of new crown exceeds 71 million. WHO reminds that the fight against the epidemic requires comprehensive measures
China News Agency, Beijing, December 12th. Comprehensive news: WHO released the latest data showing that as of 17:02 on the 11th, Beijing time, there were 69,143,017 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia worldwide, with a total of 1576516 deaths.
According to real-time statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 12:37 on the 12th, Beijing time, there have been more than 71 million confirmed cases worldwide, reaching 71,04,729, and a total of 1,594,204 deaths.
Michael Ryan, Executive Director of the WHO Emergency Project, said on the 11th that from an epidemiological perspective, the global epidemic situation is still very unstable. Although the new crown vaccine gives people hope, the emergence of the vaccine does not mean zero infection, and the vaccine is not The impact of the epidemic situation will not appear until the proportion of vaccinated persons in the population reaches a certain level.
Therefore, comprehensive measures are needed to fight the epidemic, and relevant parties should continue to strengthen virus testing and provide more and better new crown therapies.
Americas: Brazil has over 180,000 new crown deaths
According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University, the United States is still the country with the most severe COVID-19 epidemic in the world, with more than 15.83 million confirmed cases and 295,000 deaths.
Aaron Hall, executive director of the Respiratory Virus Group of the Department of Viral Diseases of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, recently stated that the actual number of infections in the United States is likely to be much higher than the reported data. The number of reported cases is 2 to 7 times higher.
On the 11th local time, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized Pfizer and BioNTech's new crown vaccine for emergency use in the United States.
According to the latest data released by the World Health Organization, Brazil currently ranks third in the world in terms of cumulative number of confirmed cases of new crown and second in the world in terms of cumulative number of deaths.
The latest data released by the Brazilian Ministry of Health on the evening of the 11th local time showed that in the past 24 hours, Brazil had newly confirmed 54428 cases, a total of 6,836,227 confirmed cases; a total of 180,437 deaths; a total of 5,954,745 cases were cured.
Europe: Germany’s single-day number of diagnoses and deaths both hit a new high
The data released by the British government on the 11th showed that 21,672 new cases were newly confirmed in the country in a single day, and a total of 1,809,455 cases were confirmed.
The British government announced on the same day that, as assessed by experts, the country has decided to shorten the self-isolation period for people who have been in close contact with people infected with the new crown virus from the original 14 days to 10 days.
The number of new diagnoses and deaths announced by the German disease control department on the 11th were both 29,875 and 598 respectively.
As of the same day, the governors of many states have voiced their support for Prime Minister Merkel’s recent proposal to upgrade epidemic prevention measures and implement a “hard lockdown”, including employees working from home, closing primary and secondary schools, and closing everything except food and medicine. Measures such as shops.
The epidemic data released by the French Ministry of Health on the evening of the 11th showed that there were 13,406 new confirmed cases in France that day, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases was 2,351,372.
French President Macron called on the public to be more vigilant about the epidemic during the upcoming Christmas and New Year holidays.
According to news from the Russian Epidemic Prevention Headquarters on the 11th, in the past 24 hours, there were 28,585 new confirmed cases in Russia, with a total of 2,597,11; 613 new deaths, a record high since the outbreak, with a total of 45,893.
According to news from the Ministry of Health of Ukraine on the 11th, in the past day, there were 13,514 new confirmed cases in Ukraine, a total of 872,228; a total of 14,755 deaths; and a total of 480,348 cured cases.
The Minister of Health of Uzbekistan stated that as of the morning of the same day, a total of 27,708 patients with COVID-19 were receiving treatment in hospitals, and multiple states had reported cases of secondary infections of COVID-19.
According to data from the Ministry of Health of Belarus on the 11th, in the past day, there were 1967 new confirmed cases in Belarus, setting a new record for a single day since the outbreak, with a total of 156,359 confirmed cases; a total of 1,246 deaths; and a total of 133,930 cured cases.
Yelmak, the general health doctor of Minsk, called on people to continue to strictly abide by the epidemic prevention measures. It is expected that the Minsk "mask order" will last for several months.
Asia: South Korea’s single-day new cases hit the highest value since the outbreak
According to a report from the South Korean Central Anti-epidemic Countermeasures Headquarters on the 12th, 950 confirmed cases have been added in the past 24 hours.
This is the highest number of new cases in a single day since the outbreak in South Korea at the beginning of this year.
According to the Korean Epidemic Prevention Department, infections are serious in the capital area. Large-scale mass infections have occurred in a church in Gangseo-gu, Seoul, and a nursing home in Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do; daily infections are frequent in restaurants, subway stations, and meeting places.
The Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan announced on the 11th that in the past 24 hours, there were 836 newly confirmed cases in Kazakhstan, a total of 139,995; a total of 2,121 deaths; a total of 124,056 cases were cured; there are 13,818 confirmed patients receiving treatment nationwide.
The Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan reported on the 11th that a total of 74,664 confirmed cases in Uzbekistan; a total of 611 deaths; a total of 71,921 cured cases.
Indonesian officials announced on the 11th that 6310 new cases were confirmed in the country that day, with a total of more than 600,000 confirmed cases, reaching 605,243; 175 new deaths, a record high in a single day, and a total of 18,511 deaths.
Africa: The cumulative number of confirmed cases exceeds 2.32 million
According to the latest data from the official website of the African Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the cumulative number of confirmed diagnoses in Africa exceeds 2.32 million, reaching 2325710 cases, of which 55,288 people died and 1983365 were cured.