Report

rss

Iraq News

Kurdistan

Economy

World

All News

Covid-19: World continues to register new daily records

Category: World

Date: 2020-10-30T08:38:21+0000
Covid-19: World continues to register new daily records

Shafaq News / the world reported its biggest daily jump in coronavirus infections with more than half a million cases.

The global daily infections increased about 25% in less than two weeks most are noted in the western and Latin America countries, as the world recorded more than 400,000 cases per day for the first time last Friday.

Many countries have effectively followed strict measures, closed their borders and asked people to stay in their homes.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 45 million cases, and more than 1 million and 180 deaths have been recorded.

Europe, North America and Latin America recorded more than 66% of global cases and more than 76% of deaths.

A Reuters tally showed that new daily infections in Europe have doubled over the past two weeks, to record more than 250,000 cases for the first time last Wednesday.

In the same context, The United States continues to top global infections with 8.9 million cases, along and 228,000 deaths.


related

More than 116 million covid-19 cases worldwide

Date: 2021-03-08 06:46:31
More than 116 million covid-19 cases worldwide

Covid-19: 1592 fatalities in 24 hours in USA

Date: 2020-07-29 05:34:43
Covid-19: 1592 fatalities in 24 hours in USA

Successive COVID-19 Variants Becoming More Airborne, Researchers Find

Date: 2021-09-23 08:15:41
Successive COVID-19 Variants Becoming More Airborne, Researchers Find

What to know about the New Covid-19 Variant

Date: 2020-12-26 16:27:39
What to know about the New Covid-19 Variant

Europe Daily Coronavirus Cases Double in 10 Days

Date: 2020-10-23 06:09:02
Europe Daily Coronavirus Cases Double in 10 Days

WHO: world must be better prepared for next pandemic

Date: 2020-09-07 17:20:20
WHO: world must be better prepared for next pandemic

Omicron probably caused COVID-19 surge in Mideast in early Jan -WHO official

Date: 2022-01-13 16:12:27
Omicron probably caused COVID-19 surge in Mideast in early Jan -WHO official

COVID-19 Pandemic Could Prolong for another Year, Report said

Date: 2021-01-29 12:19:07
COVID-19 Pandemic Could Prolong for another Year, Report said