The COVID-19 epidemic in the United States continues to spread, and now more children have been infected. The New York Times reported on the 8th that children who contracted the new coronavirus had long-term “sequelae of physical, psychological and neurological symptoms.” According to data from the American Academy of Pediatrics, there are currently about 4.2 million children in the United States who have been infected with new coronary pneumonia. Boston Children’s Hospital is currently studying long-term symptoms and found that symptoms include
The COVID-19 epidemic in the United States improved in the spring. The number of vaccinations continued to increase, and the number of new infections also plummeted. People thought that they could finally have a free summer. However, due to the slowing down of vaccines and the highly contagious Delta With the invasion of the virus strain, the United States has now returned to the nightmare of a surge in the COVID-19 epidemic.
According to the latest real-time statistics of the World Health Organization, as of 15:09 on February 27, Central European time, there were a total of 113 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide and a total of 2512272 deaths. On the 27th, there were 420,491 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, and 10,939 new deaths. Pandemic Latest Update: The Spanish National Bureau of Statistics shows that the number of people who have died of new coronavirus pneumonia in the country has exceeded 100,000 According to recent reports from Spanish media, on February 24 local time, Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez stated in a report in the House of Representatives that since the outbreak of the new coronavirus pneumonia in the country, the number of new coronavirus pneumonia deaths was 68,079.
On December 23, the Secretary of Health of the United Kingdom stated that a new mutant coronavirus was found in two cases of infected people in the eastern part of England, which seems to be more diverse than the previous mutant virus. The two cases of infection are related to the recent travel to South Africa, which caused the level of prevention and control in the capital London to rise from the third level to the fourth level.
Globally, the new coronavirus epidemic still shows no signs of ending. Instead, there have been second and even third wave peaks in many countries, causing many governments to implement lockdown and isolation measures again to avoid further deterioration of the epidemic. Obviously, if herd immunity is to be achieved, it will take a long time and more people will die. This may have to wait until the vaccine is approved for marketing.
According to data from the Indian government website on September 7th, as of 8 am local time on the 7th, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of new crown in India reached 4,204,613, with 90,802 new cases added within 24 hours. The cumulative number of deaths reached 71,642, with 1016 newly added within 24 hours. This data means that India once again broke the record of 90,632 new cases in a single day the previous day, and surpassed Brazil (which reached 4,137,521 cases on the same day) to become the second worst country in the world after the United States.
President Trump said at a rally in Pennsylvania on September 3 that a new coronavirus vaccine might be available next month. Trump pointed out that the three vaccines are in the final stages of clinical trials. Trump said at a rally in Latrobe, Pennsylvania: “According to the speed of action, we can still produce a safe and effective vaccine in the record time we are talking about. In my opinion, it will be before the end of the year.
On August 17, 2020 local time, US Chief Infectious Disease Expert Anthony Fauci said: “We’d better not think that ‘young people who are not in the hospital are okay, and it’s okay to get them infected.’ No, that’s not possible.” He said at the briefing of the American Society of Microbiology: “For those who are young and healthy, they do not need hospitalization, but they do get sick. If the symptoms are severe, they will be bedridden for 1 to 3 weeks, and then they will get better.
On August 28, American researchers recently reported the country’s first case of secondary infection of the new Coronavirus. The patient was a 25-year-old man. Unlike the few cases of secondary infection with new Coronavirus reported in other countries and regions that have mild or asymptomatic symptoms, this case in the United States was more severe after the second infection with new Coronavirus. This is a very serious situation for everyone, especially those who have recovered from COVID-19.
Recently, after the emergence of “new Coronavirus secondary infections” in Hong Kong, there have also been “secondary infections” in Europe. Does it mean that the antibody disappears faster than expected? Does it have an impact on vaccine development? How do the experts interpret this phenomenon? 1 Reinfection Found in Chinease Hong Kong, Netherlands, Belgium and USA The Dutch national broadcaster NOS quoted a virologist as saying on the 25th local time that one patient in the Netherlands and Belgium each had been confirmed to be infected with the new crown virus for the second time.