More than 2.62 million cases worldwide were diagnosed with over 25,000 deaths in Italy

More than 2.62 million cases worldwide were diagnosed with over 25,000 deaths in Italy
April 23, 2020 No Comments News
Nurses Michael Gulick, center, and Angela Gatdula, far right, hold their arms up in protest outside of Providence Saint John’s Health Center Tuesday, April 21, 2020, in Santa Monica, Calif. The hospital suspended ten nurses, including Gulick, from their jobs last week after they refused to care for COVID-19 patients without being provided protective N95 face masks. Gatdula contracted COVID-19 while working in the hospital and has recovered. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

According to data from Johns Hopkins University, more than 2.62 million people have been diagnosed with new coronaviruses worldwide, with 6043 new deaths and more than 182,000 deaths. The total number of recovered people in the world totaled 709,000.

The most severely diagnosed cases in the United States increased to more than 840,000 cases, and more than 47,000 people died. In New York State, the worst-hit area, there were 474 new deaths, but it was the least since this month.

The death toll in Italy exceeded 25,000, and there were 437 new deaths yesterday, down from 534 the previous day. The number of newly confirmed cases increased from 2729 to 3370 on the previous day, and the cumulative increase to approximately 187,000.

The number of people dying of the New Coronavirus in the UK has also increased to more than 18,000. The authorities say that measures to limit people ’s daily lives are likely to continue into next year.

In South Korea, there were 8 new confirmed cases of new pneumonia in the past day, 2 more people died, a total of 10702 people were infected, 240 people died, and more than 8400 people recovered.

No more 544 people died in France, with more than 21,000 deaths, but the number of hospitalizations has fallen for 8 consecutive days.

Canada has 143 new deaths, the number of deaths has increased to 1,871, and the total number of diagnoses has increased to 38,900.

As of Wednesday, Japan had 449 new diagnoses, of which 132 were in Tokyo, bringing the total number of diagnoses in the country to 1,1965, with a total of 295 deaths.

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