Coronavirus in the world: more than 3.3 million infected, WHO extends the global emergency regime

During the day, the number of people infected with coronavirus increased to 3,345,203 people, almost 238,796 patients died, and 1,055,663 people recovered, according to data from the research center for systems science and engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (USA).

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the world health organization, announced the need to extend the global emergency regime imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He also announced that he would again hold a meeting of the emergency Committee “in 90 days or earlier, if necessary.”

In the United States is still the world’s most significant number of infected — 1 103 781 people. 65,068 people died in the country, and 164,015 patients recovered. In the several American States, most of which are run by Republicans, restrictive measures to contain the epidemic have been relaxed. Partially removed lockdowns in Texas, Alabama, Idaho, Iowa, and Maine.

Restaurants, movie theaters, and stores have reopened in Texas. In many other regions of the United States, there are protests against orders to stay at home.

In Europe, the easing of quarantine measures continues. For example, residents of Spain (213,435 infected) can again go out for a walk or sports. In Austria (15,531 affected), all stores are opening.

In Ukraine-11 411 infected, 279 died, 1498 recovered, in Poland-13 105 infected, 651 died, 3491 recovered, in Lithuania-1399 infected, 45 died, 594 recovered, in Latvia-871 affected, 16 died, 348 recovered.

Meanwhile, in mainland China, a single case of coronavirus infection was registered over the past 24 hours, and no new deaths from COVID-19 were recorded for a person who arrived from abroad.

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