2021-04-08

The number of new crown deaths worldwide in a single week rises by 11%, Brazil has the most new deaths

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Chinanews.com, April 8th, a comprehensive report, the World Health Organization announced on the 6th that in the past week, there were more than 4 million new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia worldwide, an increase of 5% from the previous week, and deaths continued Rise, an increase of 11% from the previous week.

According to the news on the WHO website, “the number of new cases of new coronary pneumonia worldwide has increased for 6 consecutive weeks, and more than 4 million cases have been recorded in the last week. The number of new deaths is compared with the previous week. There was also an increase, reaching 71,000 cases, an increase of 11%.”

The number of new crown deaths worldwide in a single week rises by 11%, Brazil has the most new deaths

On April 1, local time, the audience visited the Aquarium of the American Museum of Natural History in New York. The museum was closed for nearly half a year after the outbreak of the new crown. Since its reopening in September, the number of daily audiences has gradually increased. Photo by China News Agency reporter Liao Pan

Data shows that the number of deaths worldwide continues to increase. In the past week, Brazil has 21,094 deaths due to the new crown, ranking first in the world; the United States has 7,536 new deaths, the second most in the world. At the same time, the United States is still the country with the most confirmed and fatal cases in the world.

In terms of regions, the number of confirmed and dead cases in Southeast Asia has increased the fastest, increasing by 36% and 46% from the previous week. Among them, the situation in India has deteriorated significantly. In addition, with the exception of Africa, the number of deaths in a single week in the rest of the world has increased from the previous week.

WHO data shows that the cumulative number of confirmed cases worldwide exceeds 130.4 million, and the cumulative number of deaths exceeds 2.84 million.