Coronavirus: update on the situation in the world, 991 deaths in the U.S., and 1,220 in Brazil in 24 hours

Published by My B., Julie M. · Published on 10 July 2020 at 17h22 · Updated on 10 July 2020 at 19h58
The whole world has been facing the unprecedented coronavirus health crisis for weeks. Discover updates on countries impacted by the coronavirus epidemic this Friday July 10, 2020. Over 12 million cases have been reported and about 555,000 people have died of Covid-19 worldwide. The new case toll has never been this high, and some countries are facing new waves as they thought their curbed the epidemic. The United States exceeds 3 million infections.

In the world, as of Friday July 10, 2020Covid-19 infected 12,268,360 people. So far, 554,928 people have died worldwide. WHO alerts on the deterioration of the epidemic in the world. The new infection toll skyrockets in America. It exceeds for the first time the European toll on Friday July 3, 2020. WHO urgens to take control over the epidemic. Some countries are facing new waves even though they thought they curbed the epidemic. Ctalonia puts 200,000 people on lockdown again this Saturday July 4, 2020 around the city of Lerida set is North-Easter Spain because of the increase of infections. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonar has just tested positive for Covid-19.

  • In the United-States, the new case toll reaches 64,771 infections recorded in 24 hours. As of Friday July 10, the country reports 3,047,671 cases. According to the Johns Hopkins Institute, the country reports 919 deaths in 24h, taking it up to a total of 133,217 deaths. With about 60,000 new cases per day, the United-States exceeded the 3 million-case-mark. Donald Trump claims the United-States will have a vaccine long before the year ends. The worst-hit states are California, Texas, and Florida.

  • Brazil reports an always-deteriorating toll, and an-always high new infection toll with 42,619 in 24 hours. It reports this Friday July 10, 1,220 deaths in 24 hours. The country reports 1,755,779 cases in totaland 69,184 deaths. Yet, data could be widely underestimated. The toll might double by next month. This Tuesday July 7, 2020 after announcing the day before he was showing symptoms of the disease, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for coronavirus.

  • In France, according to the latest report from the health authorities as for the COVID-19 pandemic, about 170,694 cases have been reported (+621 in 72 hours) and 29,979 people have died13 deaths in 24 hours have been reported (19,503 in hospitals and 10,446 in nursing homes – the toll will be updated on Wednesday July 15).  

  • Italy, as of Thursday July 9, have been reported 229 new cases especially in the north of the country, and 12 deaths in 24 hours (15 the day before). It now reaches 34,926 since the beginning of the epidemic. As of today, 242,363 cases have been confirmed so far.  Italy reopened its borders on June 3rd and cancelled mandatory quarantine to EU foreigners. The virus reproduction rate in the Venice area went from 0.43% to 1.63%. The governor is angry and claims the resurgence of the spread is because of the irresponsible behaviors of some people.

  • Spain reports as of Thursday July 9, 241 new cases in 24 hours, that is to say 252,056 cases in total. The country reports 5 deaths in 24 hours, leading to a total of 28,401 deaths. Spain reopened its borders on June 21, excluding border with Portugal reopening on July 1st. Catalonia puts 200,000 people on lockdown again starting from noon around the city of Lerida, in north-eastern Spain, because of the sharp increase of infections.

  • In the United Kingdom the toll remains very high. As of Thursday July 9, the country reports 642 new cases in 24h with a total of 287,621 cases, and 85 deaths in 24h, leading to a total of 44,602 deaths. Starting from July 10, tourists from Germany, France, Spain, or Italy will no longer have to self-isolate when entering the British country. This Saturday July 4, 2020, pubs, hotels, hair salons, movie theaters, and museums reopen. Great Britain is about to sign a £500 million agreement with Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline to get 60 million doses of vaccine against Covid-19 delivered on which both laboratories are working together, the Sunday Times says.

  • Belgium changes its report. From now on, we will have to follow the evolution of trends and no longer daily data. “Yet, daily data are still available, but in a slightly altered version. They will be shared depending on the date they have been produced, and no longer depending on the date they have been reported to Sciensano” the government says. The evolution depends on the daily toll covering 7 days, that is compared with the previous week. So, we notice a slight increase of new infections compared with last week, with about 86 new cases instead of 85.4 taking it up to a total of 62,357 as of Friday July 10. The average daily death toll is decreasing, moving on from 3.1 these past seven days to 4.1. There have been 3 new deaths since the latest report, taking it to a total of 9,781.

  • China reports 4 new Covid-19 infections all from abroad. As of Friday July 10, China reports 83,581 cases and 4,634 deaths. China confined over 400,000 people in the Anxin area following the creation of a small cluster of over half a million people in the Hebein province.

  • In Germany, the new case toll is increasing with 395 new infections in 24 hours. As of Friday July 10, the country reports 198,178 cases, along with 9,054 deaths (+6) according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). The RKI shows an increase of the reproduction rate, giving the number of people infected by the virus. It reaches 0.86 for the past seven days.

  • Portugal reports a growing number of new cases. As of Friday July 10, 45,277 cases and 1,644 deaths (+13) have been reported. Portugal faces a new wave with many new infections per day. Most cases have been reported in Lisbon and populations around. Some containment exit measures have been cancelled and Lisbon is on lockdown again, including 19 neighborhoods in the suburbs for two weeks. These restrictions are implemented at a bad time as the tourism season is only starting.

  • In Mexico, the epidemic keeps on spreading with 730 deaths reported in 24 hours, but it is said to be underestimated since over 50,000 people might have died of the disease. The country currently counts 282,283 infections (+7,280 in 24h) and 33,526 deaths in total. Mexico has exceeded Spain and France in terms of fatality.
  • Iran reports 241 deaths in 24 hours taking it up to a total of 12,305 deaths and 250,458 cases reported (+2,079 in 24h). The official numbers show the virus is spreading faster since May. According to the People’s Mojahedeen Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), over 50,700 deaths are said to have been counted in the 327 cities and 31 provinces in Iran, that is to say, 6 times more than official data. 

  • Russia, as of Friday July 10, reports 6,391 new cases leading to a total of 706,240 cases and 10,826 deaths (+176). Moscow is the city the hardest-hit in terms of new infections.
  • South Korea, as of Friday July 10 reports 45 new infections. 13,338 cases in total, and 288 deaths (+1 in 24h) have been reported. Clusters are breaking out.
  • Peru starts exiting lockdown despite a very worrying situation, with 3,537 new cases today. Lockdown is lifted in over half of Peru (18 of the 25 regions), including the capital, gathering 60% of the cases in the country. As of Friday July 10, the country reports 316,448 contamination cases, 11,314 deaths (+181 in 24 h). It is one of the 6 countries the most hit in the world. To limit contagion risks as much as possible, facemasks and barrier gestures remain mandatory. Curfew is sustained every day from 10 p.m. As for borders, they remain closed at least until the end of health emergency on July 31.  

  • In India, the death toll keeps on growing. The country reports on Friday July 10, 793,802 cases (+26,506), and 21,604 deaths including 475 in 24 hours. Containment exit started as the epidemic was still highly active, with about 20,000 new cases per day. Experts think the epidemic will not peak before several weeks in India, where the healthcare system is already overwhelmed by the flow of people infected by the virus.
  • In Chile, the epidemic is increasing, and many new contaminations have been reported in 24 hours. The country includes 3,133 new cases in 24 hours, and reports 306,216 cases and 6,682 deaths (+109 in 24h). 
  • In Egypt, the number of infections increases. The country reports 79,254 cases (+950) and 3,617 deaths including 53 these past 24 hours. Egypt has reopened its borders on July 1.
  • Sweden reports a growing toll of cases. As of today, 74,333 cases and 5,500 deaths (+18 in 24 hours) have been reported. It's one of the rare countries to have not gone into confinement. As they hope to curb the spread of coronavirus by keeping its herd immunity strategy, Sweden saw hopes crumble when a studied released this Thursday lowered the percentage of Swedish people (6.1% of the population) who developed antibodies able to neutralize Covid-19.
  • In Japan as of Friday July 10, 20,619 cases have been reported in total, and 982 deaths (+0 in 24h). According to Japanese Mainichi daily, the Japanese capital has recorded 243 new Covid-19 infections in 24 hours. This is the 2nd day in a row the city exceeds 200 cases a day, after 6 days reporting over 100 daily cases.
  • Morocco started exiting confinement gradually and by zone. Health emergency is extended to August 10. This Friday July 10, the country reports 308 new cases in 24 hours, a total of 15,079 cases. The country has also reported 242 deaths (+0 in 24 h). The epidemic seems under control with a fatality rate of 1.65% and a cure rate close to 70.75%. Domestic flights have resumed on June 25, but the tourism sector is still waiting for the borders to reopen. Only Moroccan people living abroad can enter the country.
  • Poland currently reports 36,951 contamination cases and 1,551 Covid-19 deaths (+9).
  • Romania is currently on alert. The country reports 30,789 cases and 1,834 deaths (+17) because of Covid-19.

  • Algeria keeps on exiting containment, cautiously, as more and more cases are reported along with more patients in ICU. In an interview with news website Tout Sur l’Algérie (TSA), Professor Mohammed Yazid Kadir, epidemiologist at the Batna university hospital, in eastern Algeria, alerted people on the risks of a new propagation of the disease in case of breaking protective measures. As of Friday July 10, 17,808 cases and 988 deaths (+10) because of the epidemic have been reported. The decision to reopen borders is postponed to the end of the epidemic.

  • The epidemic is spreading in AfricaSouth Africa is the cradle of the pandemic on the African continent where the toll of new cases skyrockets. This Friday July 10, the country reports 238,339 cases (+13,674) and 3,720 deaths (+118).

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