World health Organization: Europe faces the threat of a third wave of the corona pandemic early next year

Zurich (ST) David Nabaro the envoy of the world health organization and  specialist of coronaviruses  expects a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe early next year if governments repeat their mistake when they fail to do what is necessary to prevent the second wave

Roiters agency quoted Nabaro as saying in a statement that the government did not work to set up the necessary infrastructure through the summer months after controlling the first wave. Now we are  facing the second wave … These governments do not act on preparing the infrastructure then we will have a third wave early next year

There  was a brief decline in infection rates in Europe  which rose again now  in Germany and France together. Yesterday there was  an increase to 33 thousand cases. Switzerland and Australia witness thousands of cases daily, while Turkey recorded a record of 5532 new infection

 Nour almohamad

More infections and deaths from the Coronavirus are recorded in the world

Germany recorded 15,741 infections and 138 new deaths from the new Coronavirus during the past twenty-four hours.

On November 22, the Robert Koch Institute for Infectious Diseases stated in its latest data that the total number of HIV infections in the country has so far reached 918,269, and the total deaths reached 14,022 cases.

In Portugal, the health authorities ’latest statistics showed that the total number of Corona infections rose to 255,970 and the total deaths to 3,824 cases.  6,472 new infections and 62 other deaths were recorded during the past twenty-four hours.

Portugal’s Prime Minister Antonio Costa announced plans to ban domestic travel and close schools in an attempt to curb the spread of the Coronavirus before Christmas.

Costa said: “We still have a very large number of cases that pose a threat to our health.”

The Brazilian Ministry of Health announced the registration of 32,622 new infections and 376 deaths from the Coronavirus during the past twenty-four hours.

Reuters quoted the Brazilian Ministry as saying in its daily report that the total number of Coronavirus cases in Brazil has so far reached 6052786 cases, and the total deaths have reached 168,989 cases.

 Brazil is ranked third after the United States and India in the list of countries most affected by the virus in terms of the number of infections and second after the United States in terms of deaths.

Health Ministry: 83 new Coronavirus cases registered, 51 patients recover, 4 pass away

Damascus, (ST)- The  Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday that 83 new Coronavirus cases were registered in Syria, adding that 51 patients have recovered while 4 others have passed away.

In a statement to SANA, the ministry indicated that the total number of Coronavirus infections registered in the country till now has reached 6919, out of which 2868 patient have recovered while 358 others have passed away.

The first Coronavirus case was registered in the country on March 22nd while the first mortality was reported on 29th of the same month.

Haifaa Mafalani

Coronavirus claims the lives of 354821 around the world

Capitals (ST): The Coronavirus has claimed the lives of 354821 around the world since its outbreak last December according to the US Worldometer website which said that the total number of the coronavirus infections amounted to more than 56 million while those recovered from the fatal virus amounted to 39 million.  

In Mexico, the Ministry of Health registered 3918 infections and 502 deaths bringing the total number of infections to one million and 15071 and the deaths to 99528.

Corona continues to claim lives around the world with more than 1.3 million deaths and about 56 million infections

The new Coronavirus continues to claim lives around the world, causing more deaths and infections while  efforts also continue in an attempt to reach an effective vaccine against it.

According to the American World Meters website, the virus has killed one million and 343709 people around the world since its appearance last December. The total number of infections increased to 55 million and 961152, while the total number of people who have recovered reached 38 million and 976149 people.

More data is available in the following link:

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/?utm_campaign=homeAdvegas1?%22%20%5Cl%20%22countries

Inas Abdulkareem