CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 continues to spread even more! WHO reveals the world has smashed a new record, with the most cases of infection in one day
The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday the number of people infected with COVID-19. Daily worldwide It smashed a new all-time record over the weekend, less than 24 hours after the UN health agency boss warned that the road to contain the pandemic was still a long way off.
World Health Organization figures show that there were cases of COVID-19 on Saturday (14 November). Reported to the United Nations public health agency 660,905 people, the highest since the outbreak. It broke the original record of 614,013 cases that happened on November 7, and is up from 645,410 cases on Friday (13 Nov).
Within each week Model Number of cases reported to the World Health Organization Will rise to the highest level on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Before declining on Tuesday and Wednesday
Of Saturday’s total number of infections (Nov.14), the Americas confirmed 269,225 daily cases, breaking a new record high.
According to the World Health Organization, since the pandemic began in late December, So far, the number of confirmed cases of the infection has been 53.7 million worldwide, of which 1.3 million died.
The highest record-breaking number of infected worldwide It comes just one day after WHO director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned on Friday (13 Nov) that there is still a long way to go. Able to control the spread of COVID-19 around the world
The World Health Organization received 9,928 deaths from COVID-19 on Thursday (12 Nov), 9,567 on Friday (13 Nov) and 9,924 on Saturday (14 Nov). It is the first time more than 9,500 people have died three days in a row.
Thursday (Nov. 12) was the highest since 10,012 people died in August. And it is the third highest number of single-day deaths since the epidemic began.
“No country can say they are adequately prepared for COVID-19. Or say they don’t need to learn anymore, ”said Tedros, closing the annual World Health Organization meeting on Friday (13 Nov), in which member states agreed a resolution to raise the bar. Prepare for a wide range of public health emergencies.
As he congratulates the rapid progress in having a safe and effective vaccine, Tedros warned, “We still have a long way to go,” but insisted the world can control the new coronavirus. Even without vaccine progress
“The world cannot put all the eggs on the basket. And ignore other tools There are many usable and effective virus controls, ” Tedros said.