Coronavirus cases are growing faster worldwide than ever before

In April, new cases never topped 100,000 in a single day, but dropped to less than 100,000 in just five days from May 21, according to the data. Johns Hopkins University. The number of newly reported cases reached a peak of 130,400 on June 3.
The epidemics of different nations have followed different trajectories. Numbers New case China, the United States, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain and France have slowed down many of the countries that have been hit hardest by the epidemic.
However, CNN believes that transmission rates are still accelerating in many countries, especially in South America, the Middle East and Africa. Analysis Data from Johns Hopkins University.

Data from Libya, Iraq, Uganda, Mozambique and Haiti show that the number of known cases is doubling each week. Cases are doubling every two weeks in Brazil, India, Chile, Colombia and South Africa.

“The United States is responsible in most cases. For several weeks now, the number of daily reports in the United States has been higher than in the rest of the world,” said Tedros Adhanom Gherbayasius, director general of the World Health Organization. Wednesday.

“We are particularly concerned about Central and South America, where many countries are experiencing severe epidemics.”

Dr Mike Ryan, executive director of the Health Emergency Program, said he did not think Central and South America had reached them. Peak Infection
Shares of Global death Still growing in South America and the Caribbean.

More than 30,000 new cases were recorded in Brazil on Thursday, bringing the total to more than 34,000, with a total of 1,4733 deaths.

The number of cases is second in the United States, with less than 1.9 million cases and 117,211 deaths. In the final stages, the United States has grown even more than that 30,000 new cases One day; As of Friday, it was registering about 21,000 news cases and 942 daily deaths a day, averaging seven days.
South Korea, Germany and China – as seen by most countries that have reached their initial peaks New bunch Infections were reduced after restrictions on movement, increasing the risk of these The second wave.

Since China first reported to the WHO in December, authorities in 214 countries and territories have been around .6. 19 million Kovid-19 and 391,000 deaths were reported.

The virus is likely to be the real toll Bad Compared to numbers, mild or asymptomatic infections are often diagnosed.

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