In April, new cases did not exceed 100,000 in one day, but since May 21, it was only less than 100,000 in five days Johns Hopkins University. New reported cases reached 130,400 on June 3.
Outbreaks of different nations followed different orbits. Number new cases China has slowed down in many countries previously hit in epidemics, including the USA, the UK, Italy, Spain and France.
However, according to the CNN analysis of Johns Hopkins University data, the transmission speed of many countries still seems to be accelerating, especially in South America, the Middle East and Africa.
Data in Libya, Iraq, Uganda, Mozambique and Haiti show that the number of known cases doubles every week. Cases in Brazil, India, Chile, Colombia and South Africa are doubling every two weeks.
“America continues to explain most cases. For a few weeks, the number of cases reported every day in America has been higher than the rest of the world,” said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General of the World Health Organization. Wednesday.
“We are especially concerned for Central and South America, where many countries have witnessed accelerating outbreaks.”
Dr. WHO Health Emergency Program general manager Dr. Mike Ryan of Central and South America summit My message.
share global deaths It is still rising in South America and the Caribbean.
Brazil recorded more than 30,000 new cases on Thursday, reaching a total of about 615,000 and total deaths of more than 34,000, with 1,473 new deaths.
The number of cases is second only to the US, where fewer than 1.9 million cases are reported and 108,211 deaths. USA at the summit, 30,000 new cases one day; On Friday, an average of 21,000 news cases per day and 942 deaths per day were recorded on a seven-day average.
Some countries that have passed their first summits such as South Korea, Germany and China new clusters alleviating infections after their restrictions, second wave.
Authorities in 214 countries and regions have reported approximately 6.6 million Covid-19 cases and 391,000 deaths since China reported its first cases to WHO in December.
The actual toll of the virus is probably worse mild or asymptomatic infections are often undiagnosed.