The global epidemic continues to spread. Overseas network July 30. Real-time statistics from the Worldometer website show that a total of 17,135,773 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia worldwide, a total of 668,346 deaths, and more than 10,000 confirmed cases in 81 countries.
Statistics show that the six most serious countries are the United States, Brazil, India, Russia, South Africa and Peru.Among them, the United States ranks first with 4.5 million confirmed cases. It is understood that the United States can conduct about 800,000 tests per day, but the actual test demand has reached 6-10 million times per day. The pressure on the American medical industry is huge.
Of course, this is only part of the situation.In Europe, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned that Europe may have a second wave of COVID-19; in Africa, nearly 44.8 million people in urban and rural areas of the 13 member states of SADC are facing a food crisis, and the epidemic will cause More people go hungry; in Asia, India has increased more than 40,000 cases a day for 7 consecutive days, and Japan has increased more than 1,000 cases in a single day for the first time. More and more data show that the global epidemic has not been controlled, but it has exceeded our initial imagination.
In contrast to China, although the overall epidemic has been brought under control, a number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia have recently emerged.According to the website of the China Health Commission: From 0-24 on July 29, 31 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported 105 new confirmed cases, including 3 imported cases (1 in Guangdong, Yunnan) 1 case, 1 case in Shaanxi), 102 local cases (96 cases in Xinjiang, 5 cases in Liaoning, 1 case in Beijing); no new deaths; 1 new suspected case, imported from abroad (in Shanghai).
Fauci, a top American infectious disease expert, said that the new coronary pneumonia is the most serious epidemic in more than a century. "This is the worst in 102 years since 1918.It is worse than the epidemics of 1957, 1968, and 2009." He also reminded "Never underestimate the outbreak of infectious diseases."
We cannot share the burden for medical staff, but we can wear masks, wash hands frequently, and keep exercising. This is the greatest support for medical staff and the best protection for our family.
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