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WHO: No death reported although Omicron found in nearly 40 countries
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WHO: No death reported although Omicron found in nearly 40 countries.
Nearly 40 countries and regions have found Omicron infections, WHO says no relevant death cases have been reported.
On December 4th. Comprehensive news: The latest data from the World Health Organization website shows that as of 16:57 on the 3rd Central European Time, there were a total of 263,563,622 confirmed cases of COVID-19s worldwide and a total of 5,232,562 deaths.
According to the latest statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 6:22pm on the 3rd Pacific time, there were a total of 264,836,730 confirmed cases worldwide and a total of 52,420,098 deaths.
Data shows that the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, and Russia are the five countries with the largest number of new confirmed cases.
The United States, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and Germany are the five countries with the highest number of new deaths. Up to now, nearly 40 countries and regions around the world have reported cases of Omicron strain infection. According to the WHO, there have been no reports of deaths related to the Omicron strain of the mutated COVID-19 virus.
On December 1, Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, stated at the White House that the first case of infection with a new mutant virus Omicron strain occurred in the United States. The picture shows Fauci attending the White House press conference that day.
Americas: Ten U.S. states report cases of Omicron strain infection
According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, a total of 48,990,127 cases have been confirmed in the United States, and a total of 787,695 deaths have been reported. “Capitol Hill” quoted US military sources on the 3rd local time as saying that the Chief of Staff of the National Guard Dan Hokanson was diagnosed with COVID-19 pneumonia this week.
On the 3rd local time, Nebraska, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Utah, and New Jersey successively reported cases of Ome Kiron strain infection.
So far, 10 states in the United States have reported cases of infection with this strain.
The director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Valensky said on the same day that the biggest concern in the United States is still the delta mutant strain, but the Omicron strain may replace the delta strain and become the main epidemic strain in the United States.
With the emergence of cases of the COVID-19 variant Omicron in multiple states in the United States, the number of vaccinations in the United States has reached a single-day high.
The latest data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that the number of doses of COVID-19 vaccination in the United States has reached a single-day high since May.
White House health officials pointed out that about half of them are booster vaccination, and another third have never been vaccinated before. COVID-19 vaccine.
According to the latest data from the official website of the Ministry of Health of Brazil, as of December 3, local time, there were 10,627 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 pneumonia in Brazil in a single day, with a total of 22,129,409 confirmed cases; 221 new deaths in a single day, with a total of 615,400 deaths.
Europe: New cases in Europe account for 66% of the world’s daily new cases
According to statistics from the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention (ECDC), the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 pneumonia in Europe has risen sharply recently, with an average of 359,000 newly confirmed cases every day.
Before the Omicron strain was discovered, Europe accounted for 66% of the world’s daily new cases.
Currently, the United Kingdom is the country with the most confirmed cases in Europe, followed by Russia, France and Germany.
On the 3rd local time, the United Kingdom reported 50,584 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 pneumonia in the past 24 hours, and more than 50,000 new confirmed cases for two consecutive days.
On the 3rd local time, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 pneumonia in France exceeded 7.82 million.
France has now confirmed 9 cases of infection with the Omicron strain of the COVID-19 virus variant.
The French Ministry of Health said on the same day that the 9 confirmed cases of Omicron virus infection were all related to travel to Africa.
The health department speculates that the Omicron strain may have been circulating in France for several weeks, and there are likely to be more confirmed cases in the future.
According to the information released by the official website of the Russian COVID-19 virus epidemic prevention, as of 10:50 on December 3, Moscow time, 32,930 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 pneumonia have been confirmed in Russia in the past 24 hours, and a total of 9736037 confirmed cases; 1217 new deaths and a total of deaths 278857 cases.
Asia: Indian government hospital admitted 12 patients suspected of being infected with Omicron strain
The Minister of Health of Malaysia Ha’iri held a press conference on the 3rd to announce that Malaysia has found the first case of infection with the Omicron strain of the COVID-19 virus.
The patient is a 19-year-old South African student studying in Malaysia.
The Malaysian government has been actively promoting the national recovery plan, changing the epidemic prevention measures to regard the COVID-19 pneumonia epidemic as an “endemic epidemic”. However, in view of the emergence of the Omicron strain, the Malaysian government recently announced the suspension of this transition “until a deeper understanding of the strain”.
On December 3, local time, the Government Hospital in New Delhi, India, admitted 12 patients with COVID-19 pneumonia suspected of being infected with the Omicron strain.
These patients were all from countries where the Omicron strain had been found.
The Ministry of Health of India announced on the 2nd that two cases of mutated COVID-19 virus Omicron strain infection were found in Karnataka state, this is the first reported case of Omicron strain infection in the country.
Africa: South Africa enters the fourth wave of COVID-19 peak due to Omicron
According to data released by the South African National Institute of Infectious Diseases on the 3rd, there were 16,055 new confirmed cases of COVID-19s in the country that day, with a total of more than 3 million confirmed cases and a total of 89,944 deaths.
Statistics show that as of the evening of the 2nd, only 36.8% of adults in South Africa have completed the complete vaccination program.
South Africa’s Health Minister Joe Fahra said on the 3rd that South Africa has officially entered the fourth wave of the peak of the COVID-19 epidemic because of the newly discovered mutant COVID-19 virus Omicron strain.
Fahra called on all people over the age of 12 in the country to get vaccinated quickly.
WHO: No death reported although Omicron found in nearly 40 countries
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