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Over 23 million confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia worldwide, more than 800,000 deaths total

Statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States show that the total number of new coronary pneumonia cases worldwide has exceeded 23 million, with more than 800,000 deaths. The United States is still the most severely affected country, with more than 5.64 million confirmed cases and more than 175,000 dead.

Brazil has the second largest outbreak, with more than 3.53 million confirmed cases and more than 113,000 deaths. India is the most severely affected Asian country, ranking third in the world, with more than 2.97 million confirmed cases.

The epidemic appears to have rebounded in many European countries. Germany has added more than 2,000 confirmed cases in a single day, the first time since the end of April. 16 German states have resumed classroom teaching. At least 41 schools in the capital Berlin have been infected. Experts are concerned about the situation. . More than 1,000 people were diagnosed with infections in Italy in a single day, a single-day high since the release of the seal in May. Recently, many people were diagnosed after returning from vacation in Sardinia, which caused the epidemic to rebound.

Brazil has the second largest outbreak, with more than 3.53 million confirmed cases and more than 113,000 deaths. India is the most severely affected Asian country, ranking third in the world, with more than 2.97 million confirmed cases.

The epidemic appears to have rebounded in many European countries. Germany has added more than 2,000 confirmed cases in a single day, the first time since the end of April. 16 German states have resumed classroom teaching. At least 41 schools in the capital Berlin have been infected. Experts are concerned about the situation. . More than 1,000 people were diagnosed with infections in Italy in a single day, a single-day high since the release of the seal in May. Recently, many people were diagnosed after returning from vacation in Sardinia, which caused the epidemic to rebound.

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