Comprehensive news: According to the latest data released by the World Health Organization on the 23rd, as of 18:45 on the 23rd Central European Time (1:45 on the 24th Beijing time), the number of confirmed cases worldwide increased by 436031 compared with the previous day, reaching 257469528. ; The number of deaths increased by 6,433 to 5,158,211.
On November 8, local time, passengers arrived at the international flight arrival area at San Francisco International Airport in California, USA. The United States has relaxed entry restrictions on the 8th, allowing foreign passengers who have completed the entire course of the new crown vaccine to take international flights or enter through land and water ports.Photo by China News Agency reporter Liu Guanguan
Americas: U.S. Increasing Number of New Coronary Diagnoses Over 130,000
According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 6:22 on November 23, 2021, Beijing time, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States reached 47,861,585, and the cumulative number of deaths was 772,157. In the past 24 hours, there have been 137,939 new confirmed cases and 1,05 deaths in the United States.
The new crown pneumonia epidemic in the United States is showing a deteriorating trend. American infectious disease prevention and control expert Fauci recently stated that unvaccinated people are the main source of infection in American communities. Among Americans currently eligible for vaccination, more than one-third of them have not yet been vaccinated.
According to the latest data from the official website of the Ministry of Health of Brazil, as of November 23 local time, there were 10,312 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Brazil in a single day, with a total of 22030182 confirmed cases; 284 new deaths in a single day, with a total of 6,13066 deaths.
Data map: An ambulance drove through the Place de la Concorde in the center of Paris, France.Photo by China News Agency reporter Li Yang
Europe: 700,000 people in Europe may die from new coronary pneumonia
On November 23, local time, the World Health Organization expressed concern about the situation of the new crown epidemic in Europe, saying that it may also cause 700,000 deaths on the European continent. The European Regional Office of the World Health Organization issued a statement on the 23rd, stating that according to model deduction, the cumulative number of deaths from new crowns in the European region in March 2022 may exceed 2.2 million. The statement said that as of now, the cumulative number of deaths from the new crown in 53 countries in the region has exceeded 1.5 million. The new crown virus has become the “leading cause of death” in the European region. To this end, governments and people of all countries should take responsibility, increase the intensity of new crown vaccination, and continue to adopt anti-epidemic measures such as wearing masks.
On November 23, local time, according to data published on the British government website, in the past 24 hours, there were 42484 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the UK; 165 new related deaths. The latest data shows that the number of cases in the UK last week increased by 9.4% compared with the previous week, but the number of deaths fell by 5.9%.
On the 23rd local time, more than 30,000 new confirmed cases of the French new crown in a single day. French Prime Minister Castel, who was diagnosed with the new crown virus, said that his symptoms were mild that day and he continued to perform his duties. According to the French Ministry of Health, the number of newly confirmed cases in France reached 30,454 in a single day on the 23rd, the highest since August 11; the cumulative number of confirmed cases exceeded 7.45 million. The cumulative number of deaths in France is now 118,639, with 84 new deaths.
Asia: Israel begins to vaccinate children aged 5 to 11 against the new crown
On the evening of November 23, local time, Israel’s new crown vaccine campaign against children aged 5 to 11 officially began. About 600 children had received the first dose of Pfizer vaccine that night. Since then, Israel has become one of the first countries after the United States to lower the vaccination age to curb the new crown pandemic. It is understood that Israeli children between the ages of 5 and 11 will receive two doses of the new crown vaccine with an interval of 21 days. The dose of the vaccine is one-third of the applicable dose for people aged 12 and over.
Israel began its new crown vaccination work in December 2020. As of the 23rd of this month, approximately 6.27 million of the country’s 9.3 million population had received at least one dose of vaccine, approximately 5.77 million had completed two doses of vaccination, and approximately 4.05 million had received a booster shot of the vaccine. As of the 23rd, Israel has a total of approximately 1.34 million confirmed cases of new crown; a total of 8,178 deaths; and 6,131 confirmed cases, of which nearly half are children aged 5 to 11.
According to Viet News Agency, the Education Bureau of Hanoi, Vietnam stated that from November 23 to 28, Hanoi carried out the new crown vaccination work for high school students. Then, vaccinations will be organized for junior high school students. If the vaccination work is carried out on schedule, high school students will return to school in December. In addition, Hanoi City reported 260 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia on the 23rd, which has exceeded 200 for 7 consecutive days.
According to a report from the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) on the 23rd, Japan had 113 new confirmed cases of new crown on that day, with a total of 1,726,990 confirmed cases; 2 new deaths on that day, with a total of 18,363 deaths.
Africa: Cumulative new crown deaths in Africa exceed 220,000
According to the latest statistics from the African Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of the 22nd local time, a total of 8,582,983 cases of new coronary pneumonia have been diagnosed in the region, a total of 22,721 deaths, and a total of 8,290,055 cases have been cured.