Corona virus death toll in Latin America is 200,000: the latest

Sunday, August 2, 2020
Corona virus death toll in Latin America is 200,000: the latest

Corona virus death toll in Latin America is 200,000: the latest
  • In South America most of the deaths of the Cove 19 were recorded in Brazil, Mexico. Victoria of Australia declares state disaster.
  • The death toll in Latin America has exceeded 200,000, with Peru reporting 191 deaths from epidemics that began on Sunday, according to Reuters.
  • South Africa has more than 500,000 certified COVID-19 representing more than 50% of coronavirus infections in 54 African countries. More than 8,000 people were reported killed.
  • Thousands of protesters have gathered in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to demand the resignation of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who has taken over the Corona virus emergency and is facing alleged corruption in his government. ۔
  • More than 17.79 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with the new coronavirus. About 10.5 million patients have recovered and more than 684,000 have died. According to data from Johns Hopkins University
Here are the latest updates.

Sunday, August 2
  • 06:25 GMT-Philippines will update COVID-19 strategy
  • The Philippine Department of Health has vowed to update its game plan against CoVID-19 within a week and work to improve the healthcare workforce in the capital, Manila, where medical frontliners are tightening. Demanding that the lockdown be restored.
  • The Southeast Asian nation reported 4,963 additional coronavirus infections on Saturday, the highest number ever recorded at 98,232 and the death toll at 2,039.
  • It has the second highest number of deaths from the corona virus and COVID-19 in Indonesia's previous region.
  • The Philippines is losing the fight against the virus in the largest call ever made by medical experts to 80 groups representing 80,000 doctors and one million nurses on Saturday. It warns that the health system must stop the spread of infection without strict control.

06:00 GMT - India's affairs exceed 1.75 million
  • In the last 24 hours, India's corona virus case load exceeded 1.75 million with an increase of 54,735.
  • There are less than 57,118 new cases on Saturday. On Sunday, the health ministry also reported 853 deaths out of a total of 37,364 people.
  • In the month of July alone, there have been more than 1.1 million incidents in India. Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said the death rate was slowly declining and was currently the lowest in the world at 2.18 per cent.

05:30 GMT - Australia Victoria imposes curfew on COVID-19
  • A catastrophic situation was declared in Victoria, Australia, and the local government imposed a night curfew as part of the strictest curfew to date.
  • State Premier Daniel Andrews said new restrictions would be in situ for 6 weeks until mid September allowing only 1 person per household to buy once every day.
  • Melbourneans will not be able to travel more than five kilometers from home.
  • Hello, this is Amit Aros in Doha who is working for my colleague Ted Regency.

04:52 GMT - Australian Victoria declares state disaster on corona virus
  • The Australian state of Victoria on Sunday declared the state devastated and announced a lockdown following an increase in the number of corona viruses.
  • A curfew has been imposed in Melbourne starting at 8pm on Sunday.
  • Melbourne residents have also been ordered not to travel more than five kilometers from their homes.

04:33 GMT - 472 new cases were recorded in Tokyo

  • A total of 472 new cases of the corona virus NHK were recorded in Tokyo on Sunday.
  • By the end of the week, the number in the Japanese capital had risen to 400 for the second day in a row. That brings the total number of infections in Tokyo to more than 13,000.
  • Tokyo officials say the increase could be due to a four-day vacation last month.
  • As of the end of the week, more than 1,500 new infections have been reported across the country.
  • The latest Johns Hopkins University incident on Sunday saw a total of 37,780 incidents and more than a thousand deaths.
04:03 GMT - Austrian Foreign Office staff test positive for corona virus

  • An employee of the Austrian consulate has tested positive for the corona virus but has not worked directly with Chancellor Sebastian Kurz.
  • According to the Austrian Press Agency, the chancellor said that those who were in contact with the employee had a negative experience and the office work was not affected by the support worker infection. Curz is regularly tested for the virus.
  • Coping with the Austrian epidemic is generally considered to be relatively successful. The country's recent increase in new infections has led to tighter masking rules.
  • Austria has confirmed 718 deaths.
  • According to a report by Johns Hopkins University.
03:47 GMT - 22 new imported cases of eight local infections have been reported in South Korea

  • According to the Yonep News Agency, 30 new cases of corona virus were reported in South Korea on Sunday, of which 22 were imported and eight were local cases, which are taking another day.
  • According to the Korean Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Korea rose to 14,366, while the national death toll stood at 301.
  • The number of new cases in the 30s has risen since Friday when 36 new cases of the virus were reported in South Korea. That number rose to 31 on Saturday.

03:25 GMT - France begins checking passengers from 16 countries at airports and seaports

  • Passengers entering France from 16 countries where the corona virus is circulating on a large scale should be tested for the virus upon arrival at French airports and seaports. AP News Agency reported.
  • French Prime Minister Jean Costak announced last month that incoming passengers would be required to start tests on Saturday until they provide proof of a negative test within 72 hours of their departure.
  • In France, those who test positive will be quarantined for 14 days.
  • France isn't allowing general visit 16 countries including hotspots within the us and Brazil.

02:49 GMT - Manila Catholic leader orders closure of large-scale church activities

  • More than 98,000 cases and more than 2,000 deaths have been reported in the Philippines as of Saturday
  • The head of the Manila church has ordered the suspension of all public activities and other public gatherings for the subsequent ten days in a shot to assist stop the spread of the corona virus in the Philippine capital.
  • In response to the call of our medical people.
  • All churches and shrines in Manila's Archdiocese will return during the ECQ protocol period. Bishop Broderick Pabello, head of the Manila Archdiocese, referred to the previous lockdown process in Manila.
  • We will not be conducting public religious activities from August 3 to 14, but we will continue our online activities. He added in a very statement issued late on Saturday.Pablo had previously tested positive for the virus.
  • More than 100 million people in the Philippines are predominantly Catholic. The head of the Manila Church is seen as one of the most influential Catholics in the country.
  • More than 98,000 and more than 2,000 deaths have been reported in the Philippines as of Saturday.

02:37 GMT - 45,392 new coronavirus cases report 1,088 deaths in Brazil in the last 24 hours

  • Brazil has recorded 1,088 deaths from the virus in the past 24 hours, along with additional confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus. Reuters quoted the country's health ministry as saying.
  • More than 2.7 million cases of the virus have been registered in Brazil since the outbreak began, bringing the official death toll to 93,563, according to ministry figures.

02:05 GMT - More than 650 new corona virus cases reported in Victoria, Australia

  • More than 650 cases of the new corona virus were reported in the Australian state of Victoria on Sunday, up from 397 in the previous day.
  • Reuters news agency reported on the city ABC News Television.
  • Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews will announce the official number of cases on Sunday, as well as set a set of new measures to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.

01:40 GMT - 49 new corona virus cases were reported in mainland China, including 30 in Xinjiang

  • As of the end of August 1, China had reported 49 cases of the new corona virus on the mainland, up from 45 the day before.
  •  Reuters news agency quoted the Health Commission as saying on Sunday.
  • A day earlier, 20 new asymptomatic cases were reported in China. As of the end of the week, there were 84,385 confirmed corona virus cases in mainland China.
  •  The health authority said. The death toll in Cove 19 was 4,634.

01:30 GMT - Less than 300 daily COVID-19 infections occur in Italy

  • According to the EP News Agency, the number of daily coronavirus infections in Italy has dropped by 300 for the first time in three days following concerns among health experts.
  • The health ministry says Italy registered 295 cases in the past 24 hours bringing the total to 247,832.
  • The ministry's weekly report states that there were 123 clusters of infections in Italy in the last seven days.
  • Meanwhile, Health Minister Roberto Speranza ordered the railways to resume vacating seats so that passengers can stay at least one meter apart during summer travel.
  • The total death toll in Italy reached more than 35,000 by the end of the week, with five more deaths.

01:04 GMT - New record of more than 9,500 corona virus cases reported in Mexico

  • For the first time in Mexico more than 9,000 cases are registered daily and the number of newly confirmed coronavirus infections has been recorded passing through the last peak for the second day. Reuters reported on Sunday citing official figures.
  • The Mexican Ministry of Health reported 9,556 new cases of the corona virus on Saturday, up from a record 8,458 on Friday. The ministry also recorded 784 additional deaths bringing the total to 434,193 and 47,472 deaths respectively.
  • The new record comes a day after Mexico surpassed the United Kingdom as the country has the third highest number of deaths due to the corona virus epidemic.
  • Mexico has struggled to contain the virus and has been trying to revive its economy since the end of May when it shrunk by more than 17% during the April June quarter.

00:47 GMT - A senior member of the US Congress tested positive for coronavirus

  • Raul Grigalova a senior member of the US Congress from Arizona has announced that he has the corona virus.
  • Democrats say they tested positive for corona virus days after sitting next to another member. Texas Representative Louis Gohmart announced a positive test this week.
  • Grewalo, 72, is at least the 11th member of Congress to be tested for the virus.
  • The Republic's Goharmt has questioned the use of masks and often walks around the capital without anyone noticing.

00:30 GMT - Greece confirms 110 new corona virus cases

  • According to the AP News Agency, Greek authorities say 110 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus have been found in the past 24 hours, the fourth highest daily and the largest since April.
  • Officials say 23 of the cases involved employees at a meat processing factory in the northern city of Kavala. All 140 employees are still being tested. Another 10 incidents involved people attending a wedding in the northern city of Thessaloniki, Greece's second largest city.
  • Of those, only nine involved passengers.

  • There are a total of 6 confirmed cases and 6 deaths in Greece, with no deaths reported as of the weekend.
00:05 GMT - Four new COVID-19 cases are reported in Vietnam. Two are importing

  • According to Reuters news agency Vietnam Ministry of Health has reported four new corona virus cases including two locally transmitted and two imported cases.
  • The Southeast land has recorded a complete of 590 cases of which 144 infections are associated with the recent outbreak within the coastal city of Denang. Three deaths were recorded in Vietnam the health ministry said in a statement.

00:01 GMT - Thousands demand Netanyahu resignation as Israel prime minister

  • Thousands of protesters have gathered outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu official residence and pelted stones in the streets of central Jerusalem.
  • The demonstration in Central Jerusalem was the largest in weeks of protests in Tel Aviv near Netanyahu Beach House in central Israel as well as in dozens of busy squares across the country.
  • Over the weekend thousands of people made noise but marched through the streets in organized rallies. Protesters waved Israeli flags and threw loud horns as they marched.
  • Many posters read Crime Minister and BB return or accused Netanyahu of staying out of touch with the overall public
  • For months thousands of Israelis took to the streets demanding the resignation of Netanyahu protesting the country corona virus crisis and saying he would step down during a trial on corruption charges. Should not stay Although Netanyahu has tried to quell the protests the twice weekly rallies show no signs of slowing down.


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