Doctors in Berlin, Germany.
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London – The number of corona virus cases reported worldwide has reached 40 million Johns Hopkins University.
Monday is coming as a severe milestone with 40,050,902 cases confirmed in various parts of Europe and the US struggle to deal with the dangerous rise of epidemics.
Following the easing of national locks implemented in the spring, a terrible “second wave” began in Europe in August.
European governments have chased down increasing cases by reintroducing control measures on the public life and hospitality sector, including closing or restricting pubs, bars and restaurants, restricting community gatherings and seeking curfew orders. Found in some major French cities, including Paris.
Adjusting the population, it now surpasses the number of new corona virus infections in Europe, with 187 new Covit-19 cases per one million people per seven-day average, 162 new Govt-19 cases per million people in the United States
World Health Organization Own data The number of cases is 39.8 million, with 18,709,984 in the United States, 8,489,775 in Southeast Asia and just 7,889,000 in Europe, while there are 1,259,000 cases in Africa.
As global economies struggle to recover from the initial outbreak of the virus, it first appeared in China in December 2019, while trying to prevent a second wave from returning to total locks.
The International Monetary Fund forecast for October World economy to shrink by 4.4% by 2020 Upward correction from the -5.2% estimate made in June. The revision is aimed at improving economies and better-than-expected growth in China in the second quarter of this year.
Economic data released by China on Monday showed that its economic recovery continues to accumulate steam, with GDP rising 4.9% in the third quarter from a year earlier.
Berkeley Lovelace Jr. of NCNBC contributed to this article.
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