U.S. epidemic situation shows abnormal trend, Brazil will participate in Chinese vaccine test

According to the latest statistics from Johns Hopkins University, as of 6:33 PM, June 12, the total number of confirmed coVID-19 cases worldwide has exceeded 7.48 million, reaching 7482,311.
The cumulative number of deaths has exceeded 410,000, reaching 418,846.

More than two million americans have been diagnosed

The abnormal trend is worrying

According to Johns Hopkins University, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States has exceeded 2.01 million as of 6:33 PM Beijing time, reaching 2018,875.
The death toll was more than 110,000, reaching 113,700.

The abnormal trend of the epidemic in the US is worrying

Infection rates in many parts of the United States appear to be soaring despite a decline in new coVID-19 cases in many European countries, according to a document obtained by THE US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
With more than two million confirmed cases in the United States, experts fear “worse is yet to come.”

The percentage of daily confirmed cases in the United States peaked at 36.5 percent in recent days as street protests continued and state lockdown policies changed, the CENTERS for Disease Control and Prevention said in a June 9 report.

Among the 10 countries with the highest number of confirmed cases, Spain, the UK, Italy, Germany and Iran all showed a downward trend in percentage changes.
In Brazil, seen as the epicentre of the epidemic in recent weeks, infection rates have fallen by more than 10 per cent.
The US media pointed out that the trend of the epidemic in the US showed striking differences compared with other countries.

On June 9, FEDERAL Emergency Management Agency documents also showed an upward trend in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States, with the rolling average of deaths beginning to exceed 1,000 per day.

New York (AP) — Stocks plunged Thursday

On June 11, local time, the Stock market in the United States rose continuously and adjusted for many days due to the economic restart. Influenced by the novel Coronavirus infection diagnosed in a single day in some states, investors were in panic mood, causing the three major stock indexes in the United States to plunge on that day.
The sell-off accelerated an hour before the close, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping more than 1,800 points for its worst day since March.

Dow Jones Day Trend

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 25128.17, down 1861.82 points, or 6.9%.
Similar to the Dow, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq suffered steep declines, falling 5.89% and 5.27%, respectively.

Citing Wall Street analysts, U.S. financial media said U.S. investor confidence was once again being tested as traders reconsidered investments in hospitals following a recent rise in novel Coronavirus infections and the Federal Reserve’s grim economic forecast.

Us Treasury Secretary: The US will not shut down its economy even if the outbreak reoccurs

The US should not shut down its economy even if the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases surges again, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday.

“We have recognized that shutting down the economy would cause even greater damage, and we cannot shut down the economy again,” mnuchin said.
Mr. Mnuchin said President Trump was right to urge states to ease restrictions and not have to do so again if the outbreak comes back because virus testing and case tracking are improving and officials already know how to contain the outbreak.

Novel Coronavirus “cocktail” drug is the first treatment to begin human trials in the United States

A novel coronavirus drug is being tested in humans at multiple sites, according to U.S. media reports.
This is the first time that the novel Coronavirus antibody “cocktail” drug has been tested in humans in the United States, and the company expects it to be available in the fall if the trial is successful.
The clinical trial began on June 10, the report said.

Time: The US response to coVID-19 is 100 times worse than China’s

“The US response to coVID-19 is 100 times worse than China’s response to coVID-19.” According to a report published by Time magazine on October 10 local time, the DEATH rate of COVID-19 in the US is more than 340 deaths per million Americans, more than 100 times the death rate of CoVID-19 in China.

The report also warned that if the US did not learn from the experience of other countries, the us death rate could rise to 200 times that of China.

Brazil added more than 30,000 new cases for three consecutive days

Will participate in China’s vaccine development and testing

More than 340,000 people have been cured in Brazil after 30,412 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 802,828, with 1,239 new deaths and 40,919 deaths, the Health ministry said.

Medical resources have been depleted by the outbreak in Brazil, according to a study released recently.
By the end of June, there is expected to be a shortage of 18,700 intensive care beds for COVID-19 patients.

The governor of The Brazilian state of Sao Paulo doria held a press conference on November 11, announcing that The Butantric Institute of Brazil will participate in the development of the third phase of coVID-19 vaccine in China.

Nearly 10,000 new cases have been confirmed in India

Is the largest increase in a single day

The number of confirmed coVID-19 cases in India has risen to 286,579 as of the morning of June 11 local time, according to new data released on the official website of the Ministry of Health.
India had 9,996 new confirmed cases in the past 24 hours, the biggest increase in a single day;
There were 357 new deaths and a total of 8102 deaths.

India recorded the largest daily growth rate for 7 consecutive days up to The 9th, and the largest growth rate again on the 11th.
Although India recently announced that it would extend the national lockdown measures in force until June 30, it has also made clear the difference between strict lockdown in areas under strict control and gradual liberalization of areas under non-strict control.

The impact on India’s economy is huge.
Bloomberg, citing research firm CRISIL, said it could take at least three years for the economy to return to 2019 levels of growth.

Chile has confirmed 5,737 new cases

The biggest increase in single-day deaths

Chile reported 5,737 new confirmed coVID-19 cases and 192 new deaths in a single day Thursday, the largest increase on record.
Chile has a total of 148,496 confirmed cases and 2,475 deaths.

Chile is going through the most difficult period, health Minister Jaime Manalich said Tuesday.
To prevent further spread of the disease, the Chilean government has decided to quarantine more areas.
In addition to continuing quarantine measures in several areas of Santiago province, the quarantine measures will also be in place in valparaiso and Binian Del Mar from Friday evening.

Iran has confirmed 2,238 new cases

The outbreak is under renewed pressure

Iran’s Ministry of Health announced on 11 June that in the past 24 hours there were 2,238 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 180,156.
There were 78 new deaths, bringing the total to 8,584.

Iran gradually lifted the blockade in mid-May, but came under renewed pressure from the outbreak in early June.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, in a speech broadcast on state television on Thursday, called on Iranians to continue to abide by anti-epidemic measures, saying “if everyone strictly follows the rules, then all work can start again.”

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