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More than 4.3 million people worldwide were diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia and claimed nearly 300,000 lives worldwide

Health workers in protective gear prepare the measles vaccine to be given to baby at a community health center in Tangerang, Indonesia, Tuesday, May 12, 2020. (AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana)

More than 4.3 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with the new coronavirus and nearly 300,000 people have died. WHO calls for caution in lifting the embargo, and the epidemic in many European countries has eased; the largest slum in India has been diagnosed with over a thousand; the epidemic has covered all countries in Africa. In Brazil, more than 10,000 people were diagnosed in a single day, and a new record was added in a single day.

In the United States, where the epidemic is most severe, more than 1.4 million people have been diagnosed, and the number of deaths has increased to more than 84,000.

The British Ministry of Health announced that the number of local deaths from the new corona virus has increased to more than 33,000, an increase of nearly 500 from the previous day.

In France, there were 83 new deaths on the 13th, which was significantly lower than the previous few days.

The number of new deaths in Spain has been less than 200 for five consecutive days.

In Germany, the number of newly diagnosed infections has also remained below 1,000 for consecutive days.

In Italy, there were about 1,400 new cases of infection, which was about double that of the previous day, but the authorities said some of the cases were late reports.

Brazil is still the country with the worst epidemic in Latin America. In the past day, 11,385 new cases of new coronary pneumonia were diagnosed, with a total of 188,974 diagnosed cases and a total of 13,149 deaths, with a case fatality rate of about 7%. The number of new diagnoses in a single day reached a new high.

A total of 74,281 cases were diagnosed in India, and a total of 2,415 deaths. Among them, the largest slum settlement in India, the Talawi slums in Mumbai, the cumulative number of confirmed cases increased to 1028 cases, and 40 deaths.

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