Overseas Network, May 19th According to Worldometer real-time statistics, as of around 6:30 on May 19, 2022, Beijing time, there have been 52,433,9158 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia worldwide and 6,293,971 deaths. Globally, there were 912,469 new confirmed cases and 1,848 new deaths in a single day.
The data shows that the United States, Germany, Australia, Japan, and South Korea are the five countries with the largest number of newly confirmed cases. The United States, Germany, Italy, Russia, and Hungary are the five countries with the most new deaths.
More than 180,000 new confirmed cases in the United States, Biden’s daughter tests positive for new crown virus
According to Worldometer real-time statistics, as of around 6:30 on May 19, 2022, Beijing time, a total of 84,589,920 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia and 1,027,616 deaths have been confirmed in the United States; There were 188,445 new confirmed cases and 555 new deaths.
On May 18, local time, the White House said that Biden’s daughter, Ashley Biden, tested positive for the new crown virus.
Italy added more than 30,000 confirmed cases, with a total of more than 17.14 million confirmed cases
On May 18, local time, the latest statistics released by the Italian Ministry of Health showed that in the past 24 hours, there were 30,408 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the country, with a total of 17,147,477 confirmed cases; 136 new deaths and a total of 165,630 deaths.
More than 30,000 new confirmed cases in South Korea cause 189 public baths to close
Yonhap News Agency reported that South Korea’s Central Epidemic Prevention and Control Headquarters reported on the 18th that as of 0:00 that day, South Korea had 31,352 new confirmed cases of new coronavirus infection compared with 0:00 the previous day, with a total of 17,861,744 confirmed cases and 31 new deaths.
Affected by the new crown pneumonia epidemic, South Koreans have been avoiding public baths for more than two years, but the business of single-person bathing shops has become increasingly popular. According to a report by South Korea’s “Herald Economic News” on the 16th, the recently emerging single-person bath shop consists of multiple independent small rooms, each of which is equipped with a locker, a bath tub, a rubbing bed, a shower and other facilities. For guest use alone. In addition, according to Seoul City statistics, 189 public baths have been closed since the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia epidemic to April this year. (Li Meng from Overseas Network)