[Epoch Times, June 13, 2021](Comprehensive reports by Epoch Times reporters Xu Jian, Da Furuo, Yan Shujing) According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, as of Eastern Daylight Time Sunday (June 13th) At 7:30 in the evening, the total number of CCP virus (Wuhan pneumonia, COVID-19) cases worldwide exceeded 175 million (175,872,839) cases, and the death toll exceeded 3.79 million (3,799,533) people.
New confirmed cases and deaths in a single day on June 12 (Saturday): (Part of the data comes from worldometer)
8,207 confirmed cases and 192 deaths in the United States;
7,552 cases were confirmed in the UK and 12 people died;
1,484 confirmed cases in Germany and 20 deaths;
3,972 confirmed cases in France and 34 deaths;
51,347 cases were confirmed in India and 2,599 people died;
Brazil has 78,700 confirmed cases and 2,037 deaths;
12,361 cases were confirmed in Russia and 390 people died;
1,947 confirmed cases in Japan and 55 deaths;
452 cases were confirmed in South Korea and 3 people died;
Taiwan has 246 confirmed cases and 26 deaths.
Brazil adds 37,948 new cases and 1,129 deaths
The Brazilian Ministry of Health said on Sunday that Brazil had recorded 1,129 deaths and 37,948 new cases.
The data also shows that during the pandemic, nearly 490,000 people have died from the CCP virus, and more than 17.4 million people have been diagnosed with infection.
Brinken: WHO virus origin investigation is “very insufficient”
US Secretary of State Blinken called the World Health Organization’s first investigation and research on the origin of the coronavirus (Chinese Communist Party virus) pandemic “very insufficient,” and stated that the leaders of the Group of Seven nations will insist that China must assist the World Health Organization in the second investigation.
Fox News reported that Brinken said in an interview with Fox, “The World Health Organization, their first study was very flawed. The leaders of the Group of Seven nations gathered together and insisted that China assist in the second phase of the WHO investigation. To really find out the truth of the matter. But this is not enough.”
“We need to track down what happened. We need accountability, but we also need to understand what happened, why it happened, how it happened, if we can take the necessary measures to prevent it from happening again, or if we can’t prevent it completely The next pandemic can at least mitigate the next pandemic in a better way,” Brinken continued.
According to the Chinese Communist Party’s official media, Yang Jiechi told Brinken on Friday that the Wuhan laboratory’s leak theory was a “ridiculous story”.
Biden has instructed the US intelligence community to identify the root cause of the CCP virus pandemic.
“He ordered us in March to try to confirm the origin of COVID-19 ourselves,” Brinken said. “We have proposed two reasonable explanations: one is the so-called spontaneous occurrence; the other is a laboratory leak. But we are not sure which one.”
Biden asked the intelligence community to “redouble efforts to collect and analyze information that can bring us closer to the final conclusion, and report to me within 90 days.”
Vietnam reports 103 new cases and 59 deaths
Vietnam reported 103 new Covid-19 cases, the total number of cases nationwide increased to 10,538, and another 171 people recovered on Sunday.
Recent government data shows that 59 people died on Sunday.
Tan Desai: Do not rule out the Wuhan laboratory to leak poison
At the G7 summit, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus participated in the meeting via video. He said that regarding the traceability of Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19), the possibility of the virus leaking from the laboratory is still not ruled out; He also criticized the CCP for not “fully cooperating” during the investigation and investigation of the source of the epidemic.
His reply was that “all possibilities” should be “openly discussed” at present, and pointed out that during the investigation of the source of the epidemic, the CCP did not “fully cooperate”, and the transparency was not enough, and it was difficult to obtain data, especially the original data.
Tan Desai said that the next phase of investigation into the origin of the virus is underway, and he hopes that all parties can have better cooperation and transparency.
The leaders of the countries participating in the G7 meeting reached a consensus at the meeting on Saturday (12) that they will sign the “Carbis Bay Declaration” aimed at preventing the recurrence of an infectious disease pandemic in the future.
The “Carbis Bay Declaration” promises: If there is another outbreak of infectious diseases in the future, the development of vaccines, diagnostic methods and treatment methods will be shortened to 100 days. G7 works with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to protect the world from the threat of the next epidemic. Tan Desai also welcomed the “Kabis Bay Declaration”.
The global death toll from the epidemic exceeds 3.797 million
A compilation of official statistics from Agence France-Presse shows that since the beginning of the pandemic last year, at least 175,567,730 cases of the CCP virus have been recorded globally, and 3,797,342 people have died from the epidemic.
The United States remains the worst-hit country with 599,672 deaths; followed by Brazil (486,272 deaths), India (370,384 deaths), Mexico (230,095 deaths), and Peru (188,443 deaths).
(Note: China and Iran are not included in the above ranking due to the fact that the CCP and the Iranian government conceal the epidemic data)
The total number of infections in Peru exceeds 2 million
According to the Peruvian Ministry of Health, 2,001,059 people in this pandemic country have been infected with the CCP virus and 188,443 people have died.
France adds 2,855 confirmed cases and 13 deaths
According to the latest data from the French health authorities, in the past 24 hours, the country has reported 13 new deaths and 2,855 new confirmed cases.
So far, about 5,740,665 people have been diagnosed in France, and 110,391 people have died from the infection.
The CCP virus reproduction rate (R) reached 0.74, the incidence rate reached 47.04, and the positive rate reached 1.1%.
The total number of deaths from the epidemic in Colombia exceeds 95,000
The Minister of Health of Colombia stated that in the past 24 hours, another 577 people died from the infection, bringing the total number of deaths from the infection in the country to 95,192.
According to data released by health officials, Colombia has also reported 29,998 new infections, a total of 3.72 million cases.
In the past day, more than 22,000 people have recovered, and a total of 3.45 million people have recovered.
In this country of nearly 50 million people, more than 12.71 million people have been vaccinated with at least one dose of the Chinese Communist virus vaccine, while 3.73 million people have been fully vaccinated.
India adds 80,834 confirmed cases in 71 days, the lowest record in a single day
The Ministry of Health of India said on Sunday (13th) that 80,834 new cases had been reported in the past 24 hours, the lowest single-day record in the past 71 days.
India also reported that 3,303 people died from the epidemic in the past day.
So far, the total number of confirmed cases in the country has reached 29.4 million, and the total number of deaths has reached 370,384.
According to data from the Indian Council of Medical Research, 370 million samples have been tested for the CCP virus so far.
Indonesia adds 9,868 new infections, highest single-day infection since February 22
The Indonesian Coronavirus Task Force stated that Indonesia reported 9,868 new infections on Sunday (13th), the highest single-day record since February 22.
So far, the total number of people infected in Indonesia has reached 1,911,358.
This Southeast Asian country also reported 149 new deaths, a total of 52,879 cases.
14,723 new cases diagnosed in Russia, highest single day since February 13
Russia reported 14,723 new cases on Sunday (13th), setting a single-day record since February 13.
Of the new cases, 7,704 were in Moscow, which is the highest single-day record in the city since December 24 last year.
In order to curb the spread of the virus, the mayor of Moscow City told residents on Saturday not to go to work next week.
The new crown virus (CCV) task force stated on Sunday that another 357 people across the country have died from diseases related to the CCP virus, bringing the total number of deaths to 126,430.
G7 Communiqué: Requests for a new investigation of the source of the epidemic
At the end of the summit, the G7 leaders issued a communiqué calling for a new investigation into the origin of the CCP virus epidemic that caused the global disaster.
The world leaders who attended the G7 summit on Sunday called for a new investigation into the origin of Covid-19. The first investigation report was because Beijing refused to cooperate and believed that the research and several rounds were insufficient.
They also agreed in their final statement to publicly oppose China’s human rights violations. During the three-day summit, this issue has been heatedly debated in closed meetings.
They also listed Russia as a place to harbor hacker networks that have launched ransomware attacks that have caused severe damage to critical systems, and stated that countries must take more measures to address criminal activities within their borders.
For details, please read: The G7 Communiqué was released to challenge the CCP on a number of sensitive issues.
British Prime Minister: G7 promises to provide more than 1 billion doses of vaccines worldwide
In a statement marking the end of the G7 summit, British Prime Minister Johnson confirmed that the leaders of the seven countries have pledged to provide more than one billion doses of Covid-19 vaccine to the rest of the world-directly or through funding to COVAX.
British Prime Minister Johnson said at a press conference on Sunday: “I am pleased to announce that this weekend (G7) leaders have pledged to provide more than 1 billion doses of vaccines, either directly or through funding to COVAX. This includes the United Kingdom. The 100 million doses provided to the poorest countries in the world is another big step forward for the global realization of vaccination.” Johnson said.
“As G7, what we need to do is to show the benefits of democracy, freedom and human rights to the rest of the world… We can do this by working together to stop the damage caused by the coronavirus and not let it happen again,” he added .
Earlier this week, Johnson announced that the UK would donate at least 100 million doses of the remaining Covid-19 vaccine to COVAX and countries in need next year.
Before the G7 summit, US President Biden announced that the United States plans to donate 500 million doses of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine worldwide. As for the timetable, US officials stated that Pfizer’s doses will begin shipping in August and 200 million doses will be delivered by the end of this year. The remaining 300 million doses will be delivered in the first half of 2022.
New cases in the UK increase by more than 2,000 for the second week in a row
According to official data, the UK reported 8 deaths and 7,490 positive cases on Sunday. The latest number of cases and deaths on Sunday was slightly lower than yesterday’s 7,738 and 12 deaths.
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On Sunday 13 June, 7,490 new cases and 8 deaths within 28 days of a positive test were reported across the UK.
— Public Health England (@PHE_uk) June 13, 2021
However, compared with the 5,341 new cases last Sunday, an increase of 2,149 cases. This is the second week in a row that the number of new cases in the UK has exceeded 2,000. The week from May 30 to June 6 has increased by 2,101 cases from the previous week.
Official figures in the UK also show that 78.4% of adults have received the first dose of the vaccine, while 55.9% have received the second dose.
Italy reports 1,390 new cases, 26 deaths
Italy reported 26 deaths on Sunday, down from 52 the day before. The daily number of new infections dropped from 1,723 to 1,390.
Since the outbreak in February last year, Italy has now registered 127,002 deaths related to the CCP virus. This is the second highest death toll in Europe after the United Kingdom.
A confirmed case of pulmonary embolism in Taiwan may be related to sudden death
Sudden deaths from Wuhan pneumonia are frequent. In addition to Happy Hypoxia, acute pulmonary embolism may also cause death. The Central Epidemic Command Center stated today that there are indeed cases of pulmonary embolism diagnosed clinically, and will continue to discuss treatment methods with critically ill doctors.
Li Jianzhang, a clinical associate professor in the emergency department of National Taiwan University Hospital, told the Central News Agency that one of the characteristics of Wuhan pneumonia (coronavirus disease 2019, COVID-19) is that it triggers a hypercoagulable state. Germany has performed autopsies on 12 sudden death patients, 4 of whom died of pulmonary embolism.
Li Jianzhang said that in the past, most of the use of hormones caused hypercoagulability and severe pulmonary embolism, while infections caused hypercoagulability and pulmonary embolism. Wuhan pneumonia is a special case, which will soon cause large areas of lung hypoxia, and the risk of sudden death may increase5 to make.
Luo Yijun, deputy head of the medical response team of the Central Epidemic Command Center, mentioned at the epidemic press conference today that pulmonary embolism has been mentioned in the analysis of foreign deaths, and the incidence of pulmonary embolism is relatively high in Europe and the United States. There are indeed clinicians in Taiwan who have diagnosed Wuhan pneumonia with pulmonary embolism. Case.
Luo Yijun said that pulmonary embolism often occurs when patients are close to being discharged from the hospital. After the course of the disease reaches a certain level, the blood coagulation function changes, and conditions such as dyspnea and blood oxygen decline occur. However, such cases are still a small number and will continue to be discussed with the intensive care physician. .
Li Jianzhang mentioned that severe pulmonary embolism requires surgical thrombus removal or drug thrombolysis within 180 minutes, but the highly infectious Wuhan pneumonia makes the situation more complicated, and a multi-specialty medical team must be established to respond quickly.
Li Jianzhang said that for Wuhan pneumonia may become a resident disease, the pulmonary embolism interdisciplinary team must be activated as soon as possible. For patients who may be diagnosed with sudden death, they will race against death in minutes, and use computerized tomography as soon as possible to determine treatment methods, if necessary. Adopt artificial circulation or surgical treatment.
New cases in various parts of Japan slightly reduced, less than 100 cases in a single day in Osaka and Hokkaido
There is only one week left until Japan’s 10 prefectures have lifted the “Emergency Declaration”. The number of new cases of COVID-19 in a single day has dropped slightly, Okinawa Prefecture has dropped to about 100 cases, and Osaka Prefecture and Hokkaido have Once again less than a hundred cases.
The Central News Agency quoted a report from the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) that Tokyo added 304 confirmed cases today, 47 cases less than last Sunday; another 6 deaths were added. The total number of cases in Tokyo so far is 166,369, including 2,156 deaths; the number of severely ill patients has increased by one compared with yesterday, and the total number is 47.
There were 96 new confirmed cases in Osaka Prefecture today, which dropped to a level of less than 100 in a single day; another 6 deaths were added. The cumulative number of cases in Osaka Prefecture to date is 101,774, including 2,530 deaths.
There are 82 new confirmed cases in Hokkaido today. It is the first time since April 19 that there have been fewer than 100 cases in a single day in the past two months. The cumulative number of cases in Hokkaido so far is 40,472, including 1,288 deaths.
The Ryukyu New Report reported that Okinawa Prefecture, where the epidemic is severe, added 104 confirmed cases today, a decrease of 79 cases from last week, and the cumulative number of cases so far is 19,508.
The Japanese government currently has issued an “emergency declaration” to 10 prefectures and prefectures including Tokyo. Except for Okinawa prefecture that was incorporated later, it will be implemented until June 20. The remaining 9 places were originally expected to be lifted on May 31; but The epidemic situation in these 9 places has not improved significantly, and the Japanese government has decided to extend it to June 20 to let the outside world pay attention to whether the ban will be lifted as scheduled.
The U.S. gradually unblocks the crowds from all over the world
Since mid-May, the epidemic in the United States has slowed down, and the pace of unblocking various regions has continued to advance. Many states have successively lifted epidemic prevention regulations. Large-scale venues and events in various regions have been partially or fully opened, such as catering, aviation, and tourism. With the return of the crowds, the lives of Americans have gradually returned to their pre-epidemic scenes.
The New York Subway will resume 24-hour operation from May 17, and the three states of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut will also start from May 19, at the same time, the retail industry, catering industry, fitness, hairdressing, and museums, theaters, etc. will be lifted. Passenger capacity limit. New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo said on June 9 that the state will remove all epidemic prevention restrictions after the vaccination rate reaches 70%. The current gap with the target is less than 1%. It is expected to be next week. The goal can be achieved.
Las Vegas, Nevada, in the western United States has restarted on June 1. The casino has lifted the number control ban, removed the anti-epidemic barrier and the social distancing order, many live performances have resumed performances, and the stadium is open to spectators to watch the game. California, which was once the hardest hit by the epidemic, will lift restrictions on the number of businesses and lift social distancing and mask regulations on June 15. The governor of Florida also announced the end of all local restrictions related to the epidemic from July 1.
Taiwan adds 174 local cases and 26 deaths on the 13th
Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center announced today (June 13) that there were 174 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 (Chinese Communist Party virus) in Taiwan, 174 local and 1 overseas immigration; 26 new deaths among the confirmed cases.
Chen Shizhong, the commander of Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center, said at an epidemic press conference on the afternoon of the 13th that the newly added 174 local cases today are 79 males and 95 females, aged between under 5 and over 90. The date of onset Between May 23 and June 12.
Taiwan currently has a total of 869,247 new coronavirus pneumonia-related notifications (including 846,797 cases excluded). According to the statistics of the command center, 12,921 cases have been confirmed, including 1,155 overseas immigrants, 11,713 local cases, 36 Dunmu fleet, 2 aircraft infections, and 1 Among the unknown cases and 14 investigations, another 92 cases were removed as empty numbers. There were 437 deaths among the confirmed cases.
The command center once again called on the public to implement personal protective measures such as hand hygiene, cough etiquette, and wearing masks, to reduce unnecessary movement, activities or gatherings, avoid entering and exiting crowded places or areas with a high risk of infection transmission, and be proactive Cooperate with various epidemic prevention measures and jointly strictly guard the community’s defense line.
U.S. National Park visitors surged to record record in May
After more than a year of the CCP virus (Wuhan pneumonia) pandemic, the foot ban was lifted. Americans are eager to enjoy freedom again. The number of visitors to national parks has skyrocketed, and each park has set a record.
CNN reported that last month, Yellowstone National Park (Yellowstone National Park) set a record for the largest number of visitors in May. According to the news released on Friday (June 11) of the park, more than 483,100 people came to visit that month.
The park said that this figure is about 11% higher than in May 2019. Last year (2020), the national park closed more than half of the time in May, while only two of the five entrances reopened during the rest of the month.
Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming also set a record in May, receiving more than 363,700 visitors.
Newsom Ends California’s Home Epidemic Prevention Policy Effective June 15
On June 11, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order, ending California’s “home epidemic prevention” policy, which will take effect from next Tuesday (June 15).
When the Chinese Communist Party virus (Wuhan pneumonia, COVID-19) outbreak hit in early 2020, California is the first state in the United States to implement “home epidemic prevention”. Newsom’s administrative order ended a number of epidemic prevention measures, including “home-based epidemic prevention”. The administrative order reads: “Effective from June 15th, such as physical distance, guest capacity restrictions, and county-level epidemic prevention grading systems Will end.”
Newsom has previously stated that the state of emergency in California will not end. This state of emergency can authorize the governor to amend and suspend California’s relevant laws in the future. But Newsom’s statement angered Republican congressmen.
Earlier on Friday (June 11), Newsom said that the workplace epidemic prevention regulations will soon be matched with California’s cancellation of almost all mandatory masks and social distancing requirements for vaccinated people next week.
Expert: India virus is difficult to cause fourth wave of epidemic in Canada
Canadian Ontario experts announced the latest epidemic prediction model on Thursday (June 10). Experts said that the Delta (first discovered in India) variant virus will dominate the spread of the Ontario virus in early summer, but it is unlikely to cause the fourth wave. epidemic.
The number of COVID-19 cases in most parts of Ontario is declining, although once the Delta variant virus dominates early this summer, the province may still experience the fourth wave of the virus pandemic. Brown, co-chair of the Ontario Epidemic Scientific Advisory Group Dr. (Adalsteinn Brown) said that another surge in viral infections is “very unlikely”.
The Scientific Advisory Group released a new report on Thursday, predicting three different possible scenarios for the development of the epidemic in Ontario in the next two months. 1. In the best and most likely scenario: Despite the reopening of Ontario, the number of daily cases will continue to decline steadily, and will fall below 300 cases per day by mid-August.
2. In a slightly pessimistic situation: the number of cases will drop in the next 10 days, but after the Ontario part of the province is reopened, the number of cases will slowly rise again. By late July, Ontario will see about 800 or 900 new cases, but as August enters, this number will begin to gradually decrease.
3. In the worst-case scenario, a new and more infectious variant of the virus will lead to the fourth wave of pandemic, in which the number of daily cases will increase exponentially, reaching 2,500 by mid-August.
US CDC: You don’t need to wear masks on buses and subways outdoors
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its epidemic prevention guidelines on the 10th and announced that because the risk of COVID-19 spreading outdoors is low, people are no longer required to wear masks in open areas of public transportation, including those on ferries, buses, and subways. Outdoor space; however, in all indoor spaces of public transportation, whether people have been vaccinated or not, they still need to wear masks.
According to CDC’s latest epidemic prevention guidelines, people are no longer required to wear masks in outdoor waiting areas of public buses, trains, ferries, subways, airplanes, and taxis.
CDC believes that people who have been vaccinated and those who have not been vaccinated should wear masks in the indoor environment of public transportation, except under certain special circumstances, such as a short period of eating and drinking, taking medication, or in other emergency medical situations or during security checks. To verify personal identity, to wear an oxygen mask for pressure loss in the aircraft cabin, or when required by law enforcement agencies, the mask should be removed.
The epidemic continues, Guangzhou reopens national testing and implements strict control
The Guangzhou CCP virus (commonly known as Wuhan virus, new coronavirus) is still severe. The CCP’s “centennial party celebration” is approaching, and the authorities have begun to conduct nucleic acid tests on all residents, and implement strict controls on domestic and departing persons.
It is reported that in order to find the hidden transmission chain, after Guangzhou completed the first round of national nucleic acid testing, the key areas of Guangzhou will start the second round of national testing on June 8. All of the above-mentioned cities have completed testing within 3 days. The current national nucleic acid testing measures cover 80 million people, which is equivalent to nearly 70% of the population of Guangdong Province.
On Thursday (June 10) local time, a Guangzhou citizen broke the news to the Epoch Times column-program “What to Watch” and said that because of the high content of the virus and the rapid spread of this time, “Beijing has sent more than 50 A leader went to Guangzhou to sit down in person.”
At present, 10 of the 11 districts in Guangzhou, including Haizhu, Yuexiu, Baiyun, Huangpu, Conghua, Huadu, Zengcheng, the catering industry and hotels are required to “ban dining”, and Tianhe District is required to “restrict dining.” “Those who take out meals must scan the health code before entering the venue.
Foshan enters the closed state, inter-provincial passenger transport stops, all flights are cancelled
Recently, the epidemic in Guangdong has continued to spread. Two weeks after the closure of Guangzhou City, Foshan City, which borders it, has also entered a state of closure. Foshan’s official Weibo “Foshan Release” announced that Foshan Airport will cancel all flights and suspend operations from June 12 to 22.
In terms of passenger transport, inter-provincial passenger transport lines and chartered bus services were suspended, and some inter-city bus lines were suspended. According to the requirements of classified and hierarchical management, the risky lines shall be stopped, detoured, dredged, and shortened.
Up to now, Foshan’s public transportation has adjusted 90 routes, including 29 Guangzhou-Foshan routes and 61 in Foshan. Stop the operation of parade taxis, online car-hailing, and shared bicycles in the closed area.
In addition, only a small number of entrances and exits are reserved for expressways in the closed and controlled area of Guangzhou for vehicles with licenses. The local roads on the border are closed, and specific trucks are allowed to pass on specific time periods and specific roads.
Report: American college enrollment rate dropped sharply this spring
The latest report from a non-profit educational research organization shows that the number of enrollments in American universities has dropped sharply this spring. Compared with the same period last year, the decline has increased by approximately 7 times.
According to a report released by the National Student Clearinghouse on Thursday (June 10), the total number of students enrolled in the spring of American universities dropped by 3.5% from last year, or 603,000 students. The total dropped from 17.5 million a year ago to 16.9 million.
The number of undergraduate enrollments fell even more sharply, with a decrease of 4.9%, that is, a decrease of 727,000. Community colleges bear the brunt of the decline, with a decrease of 13.2% in one year, and the number of declines accounted for more than 65% of the total decline in undergraduate enrollment.
According to the report, in contrast, the number of graduate students enrolled has increased, increasing by 4.6% a year, which is slightly more than 124,000. According to the National Student Exchange Center, the epidemic is a major factor.
Japanese media: Biden expressed support for the Tokyo Olympics
Japanese media reported that Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga held consultations with the US President at the G7 summit in Cornwall on the 12th.
Regarding the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, Yoshihide Suga stated that “perfect anti-epidemic measures will be taken to achieve a safe and secure competition,” and emphasized that we will take thorough measures against the epidemic. Biden expressed his support for Yoshihide Suga.
Yoshihide Suga’s statement on the G7 summit expressed the hope that Japan and the United States would cooperate closely. Biden responded by stating that “the position is exactly the same, and he hopes to lead the discussion with the prime minister.” The two leaders also agreed on the importance of achieving a free and open Indo-Pacific.
South Korea adds 452 new confirmed cases to 148,000
The South Korean government announced on June 13 that as of 0:00 on the same day, South Korea had newly confirmed 452 cases of infection with the Chinese Communist virus (new coronavirus) compared to 0:00 the previous day, with a total of 147,874 confirmed cases.
The number of new cases in a single day on the 13th decreased by 113 compared with the previous day, and fell to less than 500 after a lapse of five days. However, this is the result of the reduction in the number of tests performed on weekends, and it is difficult to say that the spread of the epidemic has improved.
Among the new cases on that day, there were 419 cases of community infection, including 329 cases (78.5%) in the capital area and 90 cases (21.5%) in the non-capital area. There were 33 imported cases abroad, of which 17 were diagnosed during the entry quarantine process, and 16 were diagnosed during the post-entry quarantine period.
In order to contain the epidemic, the South Korean government decided to extend the current epidemic prevention response level (level 2 in the metropolitan area and 1.5 in the non-capital area) and the ban on gatherings of more than 5 people for three weeks to the 4th of next month.
In addition, there were 3 new deaths that day, with a total of 1985 deaths, with an average fatality rate of 1.34%. A total of 138,581 cases were cured and released from isolation, and 7,308 patients were receiving isolation treatment.
Brazilian President fined $100 for failing to cooperate with the epidemic prevention policy
Brazilian President Posonaro attended a motorcycle rally held in Sao Paulo over the weekend and attracted a large number of supporters. Because he did not wear a mask, he was considered to have violated local epidemic prevention measures and was fined $100.
Agence France-Presse reported that thousands of motorcycles participated in the “Accelerate for Christ” rally in Sao Paulo. Posonalo wore a half-face helmet and did not wear a mask, which violated the state’s health. Regulations.
At the weekend rally, some policemen in charge of order on the scene crowded Posonaro, and others rushed to take pictures with him.
Posonaro’s enemy, Sao Paulo state governor Joao Doria, has previously warned that the president will also be fined if he fails to comply with the state’s regulations.
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