The new coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19) is spreading in many countries around the world. The confirmed cases of Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the United States have surpassed China. Among them, the death cases of the United States and India have grown rapidly. The cumulative number of confirmed cases worldwide has exceeded 1.42 million. This article continues to follow up on the latest situation of the epidemic situation around the world.
Johns Hopkins University (Johns Hopkins University) released the latest statistics on the global new crown epidemic on April 8th. As of 11:43 in the morning of April 8th, Hong Kong time, the world ’s cumulative death cases have reached 82,119, accumulating There have been 1,430,141 confirmed cases.
Thailand: The country added 111 confirmed cases and 3 deaths on April 8. The cumulative number of confirmed cases increased to 2,369, and the cumulative number of deaths increased to 30. 888 people have recovered.
Singapore: The Ministry of Health announced that there were 106 new confirmed cases in the country on April 7, 103 cases were local cases, 39 cases were related to several cases of infections in foreign dormitory groups, and the other 3 were imported cases abroad The cumulative number of confirmed cases increased to 1,481. There were 33 new cases of rehabilitation, and a total of 377 people recovered. A total of 6 fatal cases.
Germany: According to data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), as of April 8, the country has added 4,003 confirmed cases in the past 24 hours, surpassing 100,000, to 103,228. The number of deaths increased by 254 to a total of 1,861.
North Korea: The World Health Organization says it receives weekly updates on the epidemic from the country ’s health department. Edwin Salvador, the WHO representative in North Korea, said by email that as of April 2, North Korea had tested 709 people, 11 of whom were foreigners. There are currently no confirmed cases. There are currently 509 people in the quarantine zone, including 2 foreigners and 507 nationals.
France: The country announced on April 7 that it added 1,417 deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing the cumulative deaths to 10,328, making it the fourth country to report 10,000 deaths from the epidemic. According to real-time data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, 12,055 confirmed cases in France increased to 110,065 cumulatively.
Italy : The Civil Defense Agency announced on April 7 that there were 604 new deaths, with a cumulative increase of 17,127, the highest number of deaths in the world. The number of confirmed cases increased by 3,039 cases to 135,586. The single-day increase fell for the second consecutive day. A total of 24,392 people have been discharged. The number of patients receiving intensive treatment in the local area decreased from 3,898 the previous day to 3,792, the fourth consecutive day of decline.
Spain: The website of the Ministry of Health announced that as of April 7, the country had 743 new deaths, a cumulative increase of 13,798, the first single-day number rebound since the 5th. The number of confirmed cases increased by 5,478, a total of 140,510. There are currently 43,208 people recovering. The number of local diagnoses has surpassed Italy, becoming the second largest country in the world.
Iran: Ministry of Health spokesperson Kianoush Jahanpour told state-run TV on April 7 that the country has added 2,089 confirmed cases and 133 deaths in the past 24 hours, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases has increased to 62,589. This increased to 3,872. A total of 27,039 people recovered.
Japan: The Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) reported that as of 12:10 noon on April 8, the country had 31 new confirmed cases, with a total of 4,490 diagnosed. If you add the 712 people on the cruise Diamond Princess, there are 5,202 confirmed cases nationwide.
There were 98 deaths nationwide, including 11 deaths from the cruise ship Diamond Princess, a total of 109 people died in the epidemic. Among them, the most diagnosed in Tokyo were 1,195. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has set a new high of single-day diagnosed cases on two consecutive days from the 4th to the 5th, with more than 100 people infected on both days.
United States : As of 7:11 a.m. on April 8, Hong Kong time, real-time statistics released by Johns Hopkins University showed that 29,609 new cases were diagnosed in the United States to 396,223, and 12,722 deaths were added. 1,939 cases.
New York State, which hit the hardest-hit area, added 7,294 confirmed cases to a total of 138,863. The number of deaths increased to 5,489, an increase of 731, a single-day high. Cases in New York State account for more than one-third of the United States. Among them, New York City increased to 3,202 deaths, surpassing the death toll of the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001.
Indonesia: Dr. Achmad Yurianto, Secretary General of the Department of Disease Prevention and Control of the Ministry of Health in Indonesia, pointed out that the country added 218 confirmed cases on April 6, the largest single-day increase since the first confirmed case occurred . Indonesia also added 11 deaths that day. There are currently 2,491 people diagnosed, 209 dead and 192 recovering nationwide.
Philippines: The Ministry of Health announced on April 7 that there were 104 new confirmed cases in the country, with a cumulative increase of 3,764. There were 104 new deaths and a total of 177. Eleven of the confirmed cases recovered, and the cumulative number of Kangfu increased to 84.
United Kingdom: The government announced on April 7 that there were 854 new deaths, which had increased to 6,171. The new number in a single day was the highest since the outbreak. In terms of new cases, there were 758 more cases in the local area, which rose to 55,949.
South Korea : The latest statistics of the new crown epidemic situation released by the Ministry of Disease Management of South Korea on April 8 showed that as of 0800 local time, South Korea had accumulatively diagnosed 10,384 cases, accumulated a total of 200 deaths, and accumulated 6,776 total cures.
The data shows that from 0:00 on the 7th to 0:00 on the local time, there are 53 newly confirmed cases, 8 new deaths and 82 new cures.