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WHO Says The Record Of Coronavirus Cases Rise Daily Around The World!

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India reports quite 94,000 new cases; Israel the primary to reimpose national lockdown; encouraging signs in the province of Victoria
 
The World Health Organization reported a record one-day increase in global coronavirus cases on Sunday, with the overall rising by 307,930 in 24 hours.
 
The biggest increases were from India, US, and Brazil, in line with the agency’s website. Deaths rose by 5,537 to a complete of 917,417.
 
India reported 94,372 new cases, followed by the US with 45,523 new infections and Brazil with 43,718. Both the US and India each reported over 1,000 new deaths and Brazil reported 874 lives lost within the past 24 hours.
 
The previous World Health Organization (WHO) record for brand spanking new cases was 306,857 on 6 September. The agency reported a record of 12,430 deaths on 17 April.
 
India leads the planet in new daily case numbers and sets a world record last week with 97,570 cases reported in a very single day, in keeping with Johns Hopkins University.
 
In some parts of India, medical oxygen is becoming hard to seek out as total cases exceed 4.75 million. Only the US has recorded more cases, at 6.5 million.
 
New cases are falling within the US and are down about 44% from a peak of over 77,000 new cases reported on 16 July. Cases in Brazil also are trending downward.
 
US President Donald Trump held a Nevada campaign rally at an interior venue on Sunday, despite public health professionals’ warnings against large indoor gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic. People within the crowd were seated close and lots of failed to wear masks.
 
Meanwhile, Israel will enter a three-week nationwide lockdown starting on Friday after a second-wave surge of latest cases, prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday, becoming the primary country worldwide to reimpose a strict national lockdown.
 
During the lockdown, which comes during the Jewish high holiday season, Israelis will stay within 500 metres of their house but can visit workplaces which is able to be allowed to control on a limited basis.
 
One bright spot globally was Victoria, the Australian hotspot state, which on Monday reported 35 new cases, its lowest daily rise in infections since late June.
 
The state, Australia’s second most populous, has eased some restrictions in its largest city Melbourne from Monday by shortening the overnight curfew by an hour and doubling the number of your time people are ready to spend outside to 2 hours per day.
 
Victoria has continued a gentle downward trend in daily cases in recent days with the rise in infections slowing to double digits because of the hard lockdown from a peak of quite 700 cases during a single day in early August.
 
Victoria reported 41 cases and 7 deaths daily earlier. an additional seven deaths were reported on Monday, too.
 
Here are the key developments:
 
  • New Zealand will remain at its current Covid-19 alert level for a minimum of another week. The country is under low-level restrictions thanks to continued community transmission of the coronavirus in Auckland, the country’s largest city.
  • South Africa’s government minister, Tito Mboweni, warned on Sunday the economy could shrink by quite the 7% forecast for 2020, stressing that public finances were “overstretched”.
  • Spain plans to increase until the tip of the year a measure preventing employers from using the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to fireside staff.
  • Saudi Arabia will partially lift its suspension of international flights from 15 September to permit “exceptional categories” of citizens and residents to travel.
 
Around 4,000 doctors demonstrated in Brussels on Sunday, calling for more spending on the healthcare system.
 
 
 
A version of this article was originally published on https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/sep/14/global-coronavirus-report-who-record-daily-rise-cases-world
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