The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 1.25 million; Europe becomes a hotspot of COVID-infections, again.
1. Total global COVID-19 infections cross a grim milestone of 50 million.
2. The US coronavirus cases near the 10-million mark.
3. France witnesses a drastic fall in the Coronavirus cases.
4. The UK reports more than 20,000 COVID-19 cases in a single day.
Global COVID-19 cases surpass 50 million:
The total of official COVID-19 infections has surged beyond 50 million following document numbers of the latest instances in numerous countries. More than 1.25 million humans have now died after contracting the virus, in step with Johns Hopkins University. But the numbers are notion to be better due to inadequate trying out in lots of countries. A 2nd wave of the virus has accounted for a quarter of all instances, Reuters reported.
Joe Biden to take an aggressive approach to curb the surge in COVID-19 infections:
In the United States simply beneath neath, 10 million have examined positive. It has visible extra than 125,000 instances consistent with day 3 days in a row. The states of North and South Dakota have the very best costs of loss of life consistent with capita. US President-decide Joe Biden has vowed a far extra competitive approach to the pandemic after Mr Trump, again and again, downplayed its gravity.
France reports over 38,000 new coronavirus cases; death toll reaches 40,439:
In Europe, France on Sunday recorded 38,619 new instances – many much less than Saturday’s document boom of 86,852 instances. However, the fitness ministry stated it had troubles gathering records and there could be a correction on Monday. France additionally registered 271 deaths, bringing the entire to 40,439.
The second wave of COVID-19 has most-affected European countries:
In the UK – which has visible the very best variety of deaths in Europe – there have been 20,572 new instances and 156 new deaths, bringing the entire to 49,044 deaths. Europe, with extra than 12.5 million instances and 305,700 deaths, is once more a hotspot after being the primary epicenter of the pandemic in advance this year.