2020-10-26

The eighth country in the world has been diagnosed in one million! More than 30,000 deaths in Colombia

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▲Colombia becomes The 8th country in the world with more than one million confirmed diagnoses. (Photo/Reuters)

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As of 5:30 am Beijing time on the 26th, a total of 42.88 million,6463 confirmed cases and 1.15 million,2323 deaths worldwide ; South America Colombia became the 8th country in the world with more than one million confirmed cases, and Europe, France and Italy where the epidemic worsened and stalled in a single day The increased diagnosis has broken the previous record again.

According to Johns Hopkins University Epidemic Map Statistics, the United States has a total of 8.6227274 confirmed cases and 225,197 deaths; India has a total of 7.8664811 cases and 118,534 deaths; Brazil has a total of 5.38 million 635 cases. 156,903 deaths; in Russia, 1.5 million 3,652 cases and 25,875 deaths.

The French Ministry of Health announced on the 25th that there were 50,020 newly diagnosed cases in a single day, breaking the previous day’s record of 45,422 cases and setting a new high for two consecutive days, with a total of 1,138,000 confirmed cases, 3 4,673 million died. The Italian Ministry of Health reported that 21,273 new cases were confirmed in a single day, which also hit a new high. 128 people died that day, with a total of 525,782 cases and 37,338 deaths. At the same time, the British epidemic has shown no signs of slowing down. According to the latest government data, there are 19,790 new cases and 151 deaths in a single day, with a total of 876,840 cases and 44,986 deaths.

Except for the United States, most of the top 12 countries are South America and Europe, and the other countries are only India and South Africa. Colombia broke through a million cases, 1,7711 cases and 30,000 deaths. The next one to be diagnosed was Mexico, with 886,800 cases and 88,743 deaths; Peru 886,214 cases and 34,095 deaths.