(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) The cumulative number of deaths in the United States approaches 550,000. The WHO report on the origin of the new coronavirus is about to be released

  China News Service, Beijing, March 27th. Comprehensive news: The latest data on the official website of the World Health Organization shows that as of 16:44 on March 26, Central European Time (23:44 on the 26th, Beijing Time), the cumulative number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide has reached 125,160,255. The total number of deaths was 2,748,737.

According to the latest statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 7:28 on March 27th, Beijing time, a total of 126,018,857 confirmed cases and 2,765,942 deaths were reported worldwide.

  On March 26, local time, WHO held a routine press conference for new coronary pneumonia. WHO Director-General Tan Desai said that 177 countries and economies around the world have begun to receive the new crown vaccine.

In just one month, the "New Coronary Pneumonia Vaccine Implementation Plan" has distributed more than 32 million doses of vaccine to 61 countries.

  At the meeting, Tan Desai called on countries that have already used the new crown vaccine on the WHO emergency list to donate as much of the new crown vaccine as possible to the "new crown pneumonia vaccine implementation plan."

The more countries that are willing to donate vaccines, the more vaccine doses they can share with countries that desperately need vaccines. In the coming months, hundreds of millions of doses of the new crown vaccine will be needed.

  The World Health Organization stated at a regular press conference on the 26th that the investigation report on the origin of the new crown virus has been completed and will be announced in the next few days.

Peter Ambarek, head of the investigation team on the origin of the new crown pneumonia, said that completing and translating the 400-page report was a "painful process."

The WHO is currently conducting final verification with experts in related fields, and the public will see the full report in the next few days.

  Americas: Biden government says it will wait for WHO report

  Statistics from Johns Hopkins University on the 27th showed that there were 30,151,278 confirmed cases and 548,052 deaths in the United States.

  According to CNN, when asked on the 26th whether US President Biden had any views on the origin of the new crown pneumonia, he said that he would wait for answers from scientists.

Biden said that he already has "his own theory", but he has to "wait for the judgment of the scientific community."

  Earlier on the 26th, White House Press Secretary James Psaki had stated that the Biden administration would wait for the World Health Organization report to be released before seriously considering the origin of the new crown pneumonia.

In response to a previous director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who slandered the Chinese laboratory for making viruses without definite evidence, Zhan expressed his hope that reporters would seek advice from the American infectious disease expert Dr. Fauci.

  On the same day, Dr. Fauci responded to a similar question at the White House briefing. He said that the laboratory-made virus was only "one of many theories" and was purely "a family view."

He also said: "There is a theory that the new coronavirus has spread in the Chinese community for a long time before it is recognized. If this theory is true, the transmission efficiency of the virus should have evolved to a stronger level."

  Europe: Germany lists France as a high-risk region

  In response to the continued rebound of the new crown epidemic in Germany, Willer, the head of the German disease control agency, warned on the 26th that if no more measures are taken, the country's new confirmed cases may reach 100,000 in a single day.

The country’s epidemiologist Lauterbach and the German Minister of Health Spand both agreed with this statement.

Spann also warned that if the current situation is allowed to develop, the German medical system may be overloaded by April.

According to real-time data from Germany's "Times Online", as of 22:00 local time on the 26th, a total of 2,754,325 people have been diagnosed, 2,467,387 people have been cured, and 76,406 people have died in Germany.

  French officials announced on the 26th that in order to curb the epidemic, from that day onwards, control of stations, airports and highway toll stations will be strengthened, and 90,000 police and military police will be dispatched to implement this measure.

According to the statement of the French Minister of the Interior Dalmanin, the measure is mainly aimed at 19 provinces that have implemented "closures", aiming to prevent "unreasonable" cross-regional travel.

In a related statement, the French Prime Minister's Office described the current official anti-epidemic work as a "race against time".

According to official epidemic data released on the evening of the 26th, there were 41,869 new confirmed cases in France in a single day. This is the second consecutive day that France has more than 40,000 new confirmed cases in a single day. The cumulative number of confirmed cases is 4,465,956; the cumulative number of deaths is now 94275. There were 897 new deaths.

  According to reports, German officials listed France and its overseas territories as "high-risk areas" for new coronavirus infection on the 26th.

French Foreign Minister Le Drian confirmed on the 26th that Germany will enforce virus testing on people from France.

France and Germany are discussing measures to prevent and control border personnel.

  German Chancellor Merkel said on the 25th that Germany will carry out this measure because it is a "real need" considering the extremely high incidence of France.

  Asia: Philippine unemployment rate hits new high under the impact of the epidemic

  The Philippine Ministry of Health announced on the 26th that the country’s newly diagnosed cases reached 9,338 on that day, making the number of new coronary patients in the course of the disease exceeded 100,000, reaching 109,018, breaking the country’s highest record of active cases this year.

At present, the Philippines has a total of 702,856 confirmed cases, 13,149 deaths, and 580,689 recovered cases.

  According to the Philippine News Agency, the epidemic has caused the unemployment rate in the Philippines to hit a 15-year high, reaching 10.4%.

On March 26, the United Nations Permanent Coordinator in the Philippines and the head of the ILO Philippines Office issued a joint statement stating that they have begun to study the problems brought about by the epidemic to the Philippine economy and employment, and will support the Philippine Employment Summit to be held on May 1. Support the Philippine government to promote economic recovery and create job opportunities.

  Africa: The cumulative deaths in Africa exceed 111,000

  According to data released by the African Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of 8 o'clock on the 26th local time, a total of 4,159,055 cases have been diagnosed in 54 countries in Africa, and a total of 111,357 cases have died.