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Over 3 million confirmed cases of new crowns worldwide have reached 1 million in the United States

Nurse Maria Charri, left, wears personal protective equipment as she hugs Osmar Grave, 73, as they sing along to live music at a temporary quarantine and isolation facility for the homeless during the new coronavirus pandemic, Monday, April 27, 2020, in North Miami, Fla. This location houses people age 60 and older who were living in shelters, on the street or were known to have health issues making them vulnerable to COVID-19. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Over 3 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with the new coronavirus and more than 210,000 people have died. WHO warned that the new crown epidemic is far from over. At present, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in the United States is close to 1 million; the epidemic situation in many European countries has slowed down to promote “unblocking”; Asian countries still dare not take it lightly; many African countries have adjusted their epidemic prevention strategies.

The United States is still the country with the most severe epidemic, with more than 1 million people diagnosed, accounting for one-third of the world’s total, and more than 56,000 deaths. At present, many states in the United States have announced the restart of economic activities. More than 10 states including Alaska and Texas have announced their own “restricted” business restart plans. Small-service business activities can follow the guidelines and provide appropriate protection. Reopen. Tennessee also announced that restaurants can also be reopened.

In Europe, Italy added more than 1,700 cases to a total of nearly 200,000 people infected. The newest number was the lowest in seven weeks, but 333 more people died in a single day, slightly higher than the previous day.

The cumulative death toll in France rose to 23,293. French Prime Minister Philippe is scheduled to announce in the National Assembly on the 28th the government’s “unblocking” plan, including how to return to school and resume classes, how to resume work and production, how to restore public transportation, how to supply masks and strengthen virus detection.

The Spanish Ministry of Health said on the 27th that the cumulative number of confirmed cases in the country exceeded 209,000, and the cumulative deaths exceeded 23,000. The cumulative number of cured cases nationwide has exceeded 100,000.

More than 4,300 new cases have been diagnosed in the UK. The government emphasizes that the new pneumonia epidemic will not slow down Brexit and still strives to reach a trade agreement with the EU before the end of the Brexit transition period at the end of the year.

African countries currently have more than 32,000 confirmed cases, with 1,428 deaths and 9,566 cured cases. In response to the epidemic, some countries on the African continent have successively adjusted their epidemic prevention measures.

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