Rome, June 29, 2020 – I am more than 500 thousand i deaths for the Coronavirus in world from the beginning of the pandemic. According to the latest update from Johns Hopkins University they count 501,893 dead, of which 125.803 only in the United States, the country most affected by the pandemic. 288 deaths occurred in 24 hours here. Globally i contagion have exceeded 10 million and 10,145,791 cases have been ascertained so far, 2,548,996 of which in the United States. In China 12 other cases were recorded, including 7 a Beijing related to the outbreak from the Xinfadi market. In Brazil another 30,476 new cases of in the last 24 hours, the deaths are 552. Always the alarm high America Latina: especially in Peru and Chile the pandemic continues to have a particularly high level of danger.
The United States they recorded another 288 deaths for in 24 hours, according to the count of the Johns Hopkins University. The world’s largest economy is the country most affected by the pandemic with 125,768 deaths out of over 2.5 million cases, according to data from the Baltimore-based university. Los Angeles and six other Californian counties have been ordered to shut down again, while parts of the country reintroduce restrictive measures to try to stem the recent new leap of infections.
Beijing has recorded seven other cases of Covid-19 domestic transmission linked to the outbreak started from the wholesale market Xinfadi: the municipal health commission, providing data on Sunday, also indicated a new asymptomatic, in addition to four suspected cases. From 11 to 28 June, infections ascertained in the capital rose to 318, compared with 26 asymptomatic. Yesterday the lockdown for almost half a million people in Anxin, an area about 60 south of Beijing, in Hebei, after 11 infections were detected. Xu Hejian, a spokesman for the capital’s municipality, described the epidemic situation that is still “serious and complex” after the recent rebound. Meanwhile, the National Health Commission cited 12 new cases registered on Sunday in the country, between 7 in Beijing and 5 imported. Overall, infections rose to 83,512: 418 patients were hospitalized, including 8 in serious condition. 78,460 have healed so far, compared to 4,634 deaths.
Japan, contagions start again
The Japan yesterday recorded 112 new infections, the highest daily increase since May 25 when the country lifted the state of emergency, as the ministry of health announced today. The ministry said it also recorded further coronavirus-related death. New cases have steadily increased in Japan in recent days, with over 100 new daily cases registered for the second time in the last three days. The capital of Japan, Tokyo, recorded its highest daily increase in new cases in about two months, announcing 60 new cases on Sunday. Tokyo reported a total of 6,114 cases. Japan recorded a total of 18,366 cases, including 972 deaths, according to a count from Johns Hopkins University.
Mexico, 256 more dead
The Mexico yesterday recorded 4,050 new cases and 267 additional deaths: the ministry of health announced. The new data bring the total contagion balance to 216,852 and that of the dead to 26,648. Mexico is the seventh country in the world with the highest number of deaths caused by the virus. Although the situation shows no signs of improvement, President Andrés Manuel Lpez Obrador has announced that the restrictive measures in the capital Mexico City will be phased out as of today.
The Brazil he has 30,476 new cases in the past 24 hours and another 552 deaths, the Ministry of Health announced. In total, there are 57,622 victims of coronavirus in the country and 1,344,143 confirmed cases.
Latin America, serious situation in Peru and Chile
Brazil slows down, especially for the dead, but not the Peru and the Chile, whereby the pandemic maintains its danger in America Latina where in the last 24 hours the infections have risen to 2,474,632 (+53,586) and the dead have reached 111,934 (+1,477). This is what emerges today from a statistical processing carried out by the Ansa on the basis of official data of 34 Latin American countries and territory. First among the nations of the region, the Brazil confirmed 1,344,143 infections (+30,476) and 57,622 deaths, with an increase of 552 units today. The South American giant is followed by Peru (279.419 and 9.317) e Chile (271,982 and 5,509) and from seven other countries with more than 20,000 infections: Mexico (216.852 e 26.648), Colombia (91.769 e 3.106), Ecuador (55.255 e 4.429), Argentina (59.933 e 1.232), Dominican Republic (31.373 e 726), Panama (30.658 and 592) e Bolivia (30.676 e 970).
Baby boom on the horizon for the Philippines. The forecasts of the Institute for Population of the University of the Philippines and of the United Nations Population Fund (Unfa) indicate that the next year they could be born 214,000 children more, ‘children’ of the lockdown imposed by the coronavirus emergency, which also had serious repercussions on access to family planning services, which are aimed in particular at the most vulnerable communities, children of unplanned pregnancies in a country with 107 million inhabitants. As we read in an article in the Guardian, this could lead to the highest number of births in 20 years: in fact, up to almost 1.9 million births could be registered in 2021, far more than in any year since 2000.
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