World Code Report: 800,000 cases in India with record infection in Germany

IndiaThe confirmed number of corona virus cases has crossed 8 million as fears mount over the growing season of Hindu festivals. It is only the second country in the world to confirm more than 8 million cases, up from 8.8 million.

A further 49,881 infections and 517 deaths were reported at the Indian Ministry of Health on Thursday, bringing the total death toll to 120,527.

By mid-July, India was recording its first million cases. Two months later, 5 million people had a positive experience. But the nation has seen a gradual spread since September 16, when the daily infection fell to a record 97,894, with daily deaths at 1,275.

Despite growing infections, economic gaps in the eastern state of Bihar were largely abandoned after the outbreak of the corona virus epidemic during the government’s campaign to form the world’s largest election this week. Wednesday saw the first round of voting in the state of 122 million people.

Despite a steady march of the virus across the country, shops, businesses, subway trains and cinemas elsewhere in India have already re-infected with the virus. According to the Times of India, the average five-day infection is more than 45,000

Number of confirmed corona virus cases Germany On Thursday, the Robert Koch Institute for Infectious Diseases increased its tally from 16,774 to 481,013. The death toll has risen from 89 to 10,272, according to the report.

A new case has been recorded in Germany so far. The previous record, released the day before, was 14,964.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced on Wednesday that bars, restaurants and theaters would be closed from November 2-30 under new measures agreed between Merkel and the heads of regional governments. Schools will remain open, and shops will be allowed to operate with strict access limits.

“We need to act now,” Merkel said. “Our health system can still meet this challenge today, but with this rate of infection it will reach its potential in weeks.”

Its finance minister, Olaf Schulz, posted on Twitter: “November will be the month of truth. The growing number of infections is forcing us to take strong retaliatory measures to break the second wave.

Global stock markets plunged in response to the news that France, Europe’s largest economy, had also introduced a national lockdown. Nationwide sanctions were imposed as much as this year, causing the global economy to plunge into a deep recession for generations.

Iran Meanwhile, on Wednesday, she reported daily deaths for the second day in a row, announcing that she was fighting a “full-scale war” with the corona virus. The worst-affected country in the Middle East recorded 415 deaths in 24 hours.

“There has been a dramatic increase in infections and hospital admissions in recent weeks,” Health Ministry spokeswoman Seema Sadat Larry said in a televised address. “We are now in a full-scale battle with the corona virus,” he said.

Iranians wearing face masks walk through a market in Tehran, Iran

Birth of Iranians wearing face masks in Tehran’s Tajrush Bazaar, photography: Abedin Tehriknere / EPA

The latest death toll rises to 33,714 from 80 million people in the country. Larry said 6,824 people have tested positive in the past 24 hours, bringing Iran’s total number of reported cases to 558,648.

Following Washington’s withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, the growing number of cases in Iran’s already overcrowded hospitals has weighed on Iran’s borders.

United StatesA joint warning from the FBI and the two federal agencies warned their own hospitals that there was “verified information on the growing threat of cybercrime for US hospitals and healthcare providers.” The warning said that malicious groups were targeting the sector, including ransomware.

China On Wednesday, 47 new symptomatic patients were reported, up from 42 a day earlier, and the highest daily increase in symptomatic patients in more than two months. China does not recognize CVD as a symptomatic infection in 19 cases.

Of the new cases, 23 were local infections in Xinjiang, including asymptomatic patients following a large-scale infection in Kashgar. The rest of the infection was imported from abroad.


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