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This Monday, June 1, the Covid-19 virus affects 6,170,556 confirmed cases and killed a total of 372,099 people worldwide. While many European countries have started their deconfinement, the Europea…
This Monday, June 1, the Covid-19 virus affects 6,170,556 confirmed cases and killed a total of 372,099 people worldwide. While many European countries have started their deconfinement, the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control warns: Europe must prepare for a second wave of coronavirus.The balance sheet of the United States continues to increase. The country has this Monday, June 1 1,790,191 cases identified. According to the Johns Hopkins Institute, the number of deaths is increasing today with 598 deaths in 24 hours (945 yesterday), or 104,356 deaths in total. In a press conference given this Friday, May 29, US President Donald Trump announced that the relationship between the United States and the World Health Organization will be ended. The restaurants and hairdressing salons of Los Angeles were authorized to reopen on Friday on condition of implementing sanitary measures.The New York state governor has announced plans to partially end containment in New York City the week of June 8, provided public health indicators are satisfactory. The country is under high tension since the death of George Floyd, a curfew is decreed in thirty cities.Brazil becomes the 4th most bereaved country, surpassing France, it is considered as the new epicenter of the pandemic according to the WHO. This Monday, June 1, he recorded a declining balance sheet, 480 dead in 24 hours. The country has 514,859 cases identified and 28,834 deaths in total. However, this data would be largely undervalued. Overwhelmed, the authorities are struggling to test the living and the dead. Certain deaths due to Covid-19 are registered twenty days late. Estimates released by the press suggest that the number of people actually infected is 12 to 15 times higher than the figures announced by the authorities. Despite this worrying health situation, Sao Paulo announced “the reasoned resumption of certain economic activities” from Monday. The hospitals of this State are however close to saturation, but this restart will be refined according to the health situation of each municipality.In Russia, the death toll is rising. The authorities now count 405,843 cases detected for 4,693 deaths including 138 deaths in the last 24 hours. The real scale of the pandemic is slow to come. Statistics in Russia do not provide information on the actual course of things, but on the needs of power at a given time, “said an article in the Russian magazine The New Times. Moscow begins its deconfinement despite numerous daily cases.In Germany, the balance sheet is down sharply. The country has this Monday, June 1, May 183,410 cases identified for 8,540 deaths (+10). The majority of restaurants, swimming pools and some hotels in tourist spots reopen on Monday, but virtually all bars remain closed. Germany wishes to maintain the distance measures of 1.5 meters between each person until July 5 to avoid any rise in the pandemic. In an attempt to contain the Covid-19 epidemic, Germany is extending physical distancing measures until June 29.China has reported 16 new cases, all imported from abroad, and there have been no deaths to date. The country counts 83,017 cases in total and 4,634 deaths this Monday June 1st. “We have achieved major strategic success in our response to Covid-19,” Premier Li Keqiang said on Friday at the opening of the National People’s Congress plenary session. Wuhan City prohibits the consumption of wild animals. Beijing and Washington are on the brink of a new cold war, China announced in the face of accusations by the United States over its management of the health crisis.In Italy, the balance sheet drops again today. There are 75 more deaths in 24 hours (111 the day before) this Sunday, May 31, bringing the number of deaths to 33,415 in total since the start of the epidemic. The total number of cases recorded is 233,019. Italy will reopen its borders on June 3 and cancel the compulsory quarantine of foreigners from the EU. “On May 25, we planned to reopen gymnasiums, swimming pools, sports centers, respecting security protocols,” said the Italian Prime Minister. “From June 15, theaters and cinemas will reopen and our children will be able to take advantage of various leisure offers. Italy could count 19,000 more deaths than official figures, according to transalpine social security.Spain has 2 deaths this Sunday, May 3. The death toll is now 27,127. The country now has more than 239,429 cases identified. Spain has decided to reopen its borders to tourists in late June or early July. Spain is continuing its deconfinement by reopening shops more widely and allowing 70% of the population to go to restaurants or swimming pools.In the United Kingdom, the government has recorded 274,762 cases and 38,489 deaths in total. This Sunday, May 31, counted 113 deaths in 24 hours (215 yesterday). A fortnight is imposed for travelers even from France ultimately, France announced a reciprocity measure if this was the case. The United Kingdom continues its deconfinement with the opening of schools on Monday.The situation is getting worse in Peru with 8,805 new cases in 24 hours. The country now has 164,476 cases of contamination and 4,506 (+135) deaths, it is the second most affected country in Latin America after Brazil. The situation is considered catastrophic in hospitals.In France, the latest assessment provided by the health authorities, this Sunday, May 31, 2020, concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, reports 151,753 confirmed cases and 28,802 deaths in total. There have been 31 deaths in the last 24 hours in a hospital environment. According to the latest data which reassesses the number of deaths in EHPAD and EMS, it is revised downwards and there are now 10,327 deaths. The number of hospital deaths is 18,475.
.Belgium is one of the most testing countries in the world. At the last assessment this Sunday, May 31, there are 195 new confirmed cases of covid-19 infection, which brings to 58,381 the number of confirmed cases in total. The health authorities declare 9,467 deaths (+14 in 24 hours). Belgium has reopened its borders without consulting the neighboring countries.In South Korea, following the emergence of new contamination clusters in the metropolitan area of Seoul, more reinforced sanitary measures are applied in this zone sheltering half of the population of the country. To date, there are 11,503 cases for 271 deaths recorded (+1 in 24 hours).Iran records 63 deaths in 24 hours, or 7,797 in total. The country now counts 151,466 cases declared this Monday, June 1. Official figures show an acceleration of the spread of the disease since the beginning of May. Tehran has reimposed containment measures in the southwestern province of Khuzestan, which remains classified red, the highest level of risk according to the color code established by the authorities.In Chile, the epidemic is accelerating and has 4,830 new infections in 24 hours. The country has 99,688 cases identified and 1,054 dead in total, including 574 in the past 24 hours.Sweden has surpassed the 4,000 mark since the start of the epidemic. It is one of the rare countries not to have chosen the containment option, but just recommendations. The country has more deaths than neighboring countries, but declares its approach relevant in the long term. This Monday, June 1, there are 37,542 infected cases and 4,395 deaths. A study by the Swedish Public Health Agency estimates that just over 20% of people in Stockholm have developed antibodies to the coronavirus.In Portugal, deconfinement is progressively continuing. This Monday, June 1, there are 32,500 cases and 1,410 deaths (+14). Portugal reopened these cafes and restaurants, museums and galleries on May 18. The country says it is ready to welcome travelers this summer. Even if the land borders with Spain are not open, discussions are underway and it is envisaged that they will open on June 8.Japan has 16,752 cases recorded in total and 898 (+4) deaths on Monday June 1st. The government has announced the end of the state of emergency across Japan.In India, the pandemic is hitting hard. The government has decided to extend its confinement until May 17. India now has exactly 190,622 confirmed and 5,408 (+223) dead.Morocco extends its confinement until June 10. The country has 7,807 cases identified, but few tests are carried out. The country currently deplores 205 deaths (+1 in 24 hours). The health situation is stable, but not entirely reassuring, said Moroccan Prime Minister Saad-Eddine El Othmani.Poland, which currently has 23,786 cases of contamination and 1,064 (+3) deaths due to Covid-19, reopened on May 18 hairdressing salons, cafes and restaurants.Vietnam continues to deconfinate. The country has fewer than 300 cases of people with Covid-19 and still no deaths. Gatherings remain prohibited and the wearing of masks and social distancing measures are strongly encouraged, but some businesses have already reopened since April 23.Romania announced, at the same time as the first deconfinement measures, the wearing of the mandatory mask since May 15 in closed places and public transport. The country currently has 19,257 cases and 1,266 (+7) deaths due to Covid-19.Switzerland is gradually disappearing. Hairdressers, doctors, nurseries and garden centers and now schools and other shops as well as bars and restaurants are open. Then come pros and secondary establishments, universities, museums, zoos and libraries from June 8. The country has this Monday, June 1, 1,920 (+1) deaths for 30,862 reported cases. More than 10% of Genevans have been exposed to the coronavirus, according to a study by the Geneva University Hospitals.In Austria, deconfinement continues. After the cafes and restaurants opened, the schools reopened. Large gatherings remain prohibited until at least July. Wearing a mask is compulsory. The country currently has 16,731 reported cases and 668 deaths (+0). Austria and Germany will reopen their border on June 15.The Algerian government extended its strict containment measures in most of the country on Thursday May 28 until June 13. This Monday, June 1, there were 9,394 cases identified and 653 deaths (+7) due to the epidemic.In Ireland, the country will begin a gradual relaxation of confinement on Monday with the opening of certain shops, beaches and the possibility of meeting outside for four people. The country imposes on Monday fourteen travelers arriving from abroad. This Monday June 1st there are 24,990 detected cases and 1,652 deaths (+1).The epidemic is growing in Africa but remains moderate. South Africa has 32,683 cases recorded on Monday and 683 (+40) dead.
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