Coronavirus: one day in the world

The pandemic caused by the coronavirus (Covid-19) has killed at least 1,332,470 people worldwide on Tuesday, November 17, 2020 since the WHO office in China reported the onset of the disease at the end of December, according to an established report by Johns Hopkins University. More than 55.34 million cases of infection have been diagnosed (55,341,042) since the start of the epidemic and 35,613,922 remissions.

India is still at the heart of its first wave, Europe is back in its second while the United States and Japan are already facing a third wave! Research on a possible vaccine is accelerating and some countries say they are ready to begin testing phases on the general public. The United States, which has recorded successive death and contamination records, is the country most affected and the most bereaved in the world by the epidemic with 247,696 deaths, recorded a million new Covid-19 infections in less than a week and have largely crossed the 11.26 million mark, according to Johns Hopkins University. In terms of the most deadly countries, Brazil is in second place, followed by India, Mexico and the United Kingdom.

Morocco recorded during the 24 hours from Monday 6 p.m. to Tuesday same time, 5,412 new confirmed cases of coronavirus (i.e. 2,003 more cases than yesterday), 4,235 new healings and 82 (+11) new deaths, a indicated the Ministry of Health during its daily press briefing. The Hespress monitoring and monitoring platform, covid.hespress.com/fr, details that the Kingdom now has 301,604 confirmed cases, 4,932 deaths (i.e. a mortality rate of 1.6%), 247,594 healings for a rate of 82.1% and 1,048 cases in serious condition (94 under intubation).

In Africa the coronavirus is spreading stealthily. Africa CDC reveals in its data this Tuesday, November 17, 2020, 1,986,864 cases of infections, 47,647 deaths and 1,776,584 remissions on the continent. South Africa is the cradle of the pandemic on the African continent the number of confirmed cases is 752,269 (+1,245) and 20,314 (+73) dead. It is followed by Morocco 301,604 (+5,415) confirmed cases and 4,932 deaths (+82), Egypt, 111,009 (+242) cases and 6,465 (+12) deaths. Next come Ethiopia (103,395 cases and 1,588 deaths), Tunisia 81,723 (+599) cases and 2,445 (+51) deaths in Libya 74,936 cases and 1,041 deaths, Algeria 69,591 cases and 2,186 deaths and Nigeria’s 65,305 cases and 1,163 deaths.

France deplores 1,219 deaths from the coronavirus and 45,522 new infections in 24 hours. The death toll now stands at 45,273 deaths since the start of the epidemic, for a total of 2,036,755 confirmed cases of contamination (AFP), making it the fourth most affected country in the world and the seventh in the world. more bruised. Italy has 1,238,072 (+32,191) cases and 46,464 (+ 731) deaths.

In the United Kingdom, this Tuesday, November 17, 2020, there are 1,394,308 (+21,363) confirmed cases and 52,241 deaths in total. Spain is this Tuesday at 1,510,023 confirmed cases and 41,688 deaths Russia reports 1,971,013 (+33 931) confirmed cases and 33,931 (+442) deaths. Germany currently has 8,124,819 (+7,561) recorded cases and 13,110 deaths (+171). Romania today counted 8,262 new contaminations in 24 hours for a total of 373,474 cases and 9,261 (+186) deaths due to Covid-19.

In the United States, the first country most affected and the most bruised, 794 dead, on Tuesday, added to the most gruesome toll on the planet to make 247,696 deaths while the number of new cases rose at 168,376 the country has 11,266,522 cases of infections. In Brazil the daily number of deaths is 252 this Tuesday, November 17, 2020, making a total of 166,125 deaths.

The country stands at 5,879,278 (+14,554) so ​​far. Peru has 938,268 (+ 1,257 cases of contaminations and 35,271 (+40) deaths. Mexico has 1,121,541 (+ 4,553) cases and 106,671 (+361) deaths (AFP). Chile, has 533 610 cases identified and count 14,883 deaths in total, Argentina, eighth most affected country in the world has 1,318,384 cases and 35,727 deaths and Colombia has 1,205,217 cases and 34,223 deaths.

In India, the second most populous country in the world with 1.3 billion people, 130,867 deaths (+308) have been recorded, according to the Ministry of Health, which still puts it in third place for the number of deaths behind the United States and Brazil and the second most affected country with 8,902,982 confirmed cases (+28,810). South Korea has 28,998 cases of infections (+229) and 494 deaths (+0). China reports 14 new infections with the coronavirus (Covid-19) in 24 hours and counts 86,360 cases in total and 4,634 (+0 in 7 months) dead.

Japan lists 1,190 new cases of contamination and 18 deaths in 24 hours for a total of 119,326 cases and 1,903 deaths. Iran, counts 482 deaths in 24 hours, or 42,461 in total and now has 788,473 (+ 13,352) declared cases.

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