According to UN health agencies, the US, Brazil, India and South Africa registered the highest number of corona virus cases on July 12. The World Health Organization has established a global record of 230,370 cases of infection in the past 24 hours. According to the report, the US has confirmed the number of case records at 66,500 in the last 24 hours. India recorded the highest daily spike of 28,637 cases in the past 24 hours warning the authorities to take preventative measures. On the other hand, South Africa reported 13,497 new cases of the corona virus, bringing the total to 264,184, and the total number of deaths reached 3,971. As reported, health minister Zweli Mkhize warned of a “storm” of COVID-19.

READ: WHO Reports Record Daily Increase in Global COVID-19 Cases With More than 230,000 New Infections

Global cases exceed 13 million

According to the count of John Hopkins, coronavirus infection on Sunday approaching 13 million marks a large spread of the disease that has claimed more than 565,000 lives since the start of the deadly pandemic. The number of deaths worldwide has doubled in just over seven weeks. Gloomy milestones come as many countries hit by violence ease lockdowns even though health experts warn that the pandemic is still in its infancy.

READ: Coronavirus Direct Update: Number of Positive Cases in 8,78,254 & 23,174 Deaths, 5.53,471 Cured

Because the number of confirmed cases also exceeds 13 million worldwide, health officials in several countries are preparing for a second wave of deadly viral infections. Some countries experienced a revival of infection, which caused the authorities to partially restore the lockdown, according to the report. North America, Latin America and Europe each account for about 25% of cases, while Asia and the Middle East have about 11% and 9% respectively, according to calculations based on government reports.

READ: South Africa’s Prohibition of Alcohol, Wearing a Curfew When Coronavirus Soars

READ: New York City Reports Zero Coronavirus Deaths for the First Time Since the Pandemic Outbreak
Image: AP

.



image source

to request modification Contact us at Here or [email protected]