Timeline of covid-19 pandemic since 2003 and 2019







Diseases of the respiratory system: Diseases of the respiratory system, as ICD-10 is an international statistical classification used in health care and related industries, including diseases of flu, asthma, and respiratory failure
Since 2003 studies identified SARS-like coronaviruses in Chinese bats: Since 2003 studies identified a number of SARS-like coronaviruses in Chinese bats, as phylogenetic analysis of these viruses indicated a high probability that SARS coronavirus originated in bats and spread to humans either directly or through animals held in Chinese markets, and as scientists established a genetic link between the SARS coronavirus appearing in civets and humans, confirming claims that the virus had jumped across species
Bat as food in Asia and China: Bat as food in Asia and China, as specific bat species eaten in China include the cave nectar bat, Pomona roundleaf bat, Indian flying fox, and Leschenault's rousette
Since February 2018 'Animals farmed update' by the British 'Guardian': Since February 2018: 'Animals farmed update' by the British newspaper 'The Guardian'
Since 2019/2020 Chinese coronavirus pandemic, timeline and criticism: 2019–2020 Chinese coronavirus outbreak and pandemic - Timeline of the 2019–20 Wuhan coronavirus outbreak since 30 December 2019 - Socio-economic impact of the 2019–2020 Chinese coronavirus pandemic
Since 2019/2020 Chinese coronavirus pandemic by country and territory: 2019–2020 Chinese coronavirus pandemic by country and territory
Since 2019/2020 Chinese censorship to suppress information about the coronavirus, its dangers and human rights: 2019/2020 early Chinese censorship to suppress information about the coronavirus and the dangers it poses to public health, as the epidemic was allowed to spread for weeks before efforts were undertaken to contain the virus, as the Chinese doctor who alerted his colleagues about coronavirus was detained and censored for 'spreading false rumors', as the 'Supreme People's court of China' dismissed the coronavirus spread as 'rumor', as rights group criticized that China's aggressive lobbying of the World Health Organization involved minimizing of the severity of the outbreak - Human rights issues during the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic - Due to the high volume of patient inflow in Italy in February/March 2020, doctors were forced to decide on whether or not to treat the very old, leaving them to die
Since 2020 daily updated coronavirus global cases by USA university: 2020 daily updated Chinese coronavirus global cases and confirmed cases by country and region by the Johns Hopkins University
28 January 2020 mayor of Wuhan admits authorities were too slow in releasing information about virus: 28 January 2020: Mayor of Wuhan admits authorities were too slow in releasing information about virus, as first human transmission in Europe confirmed, and as USA updates travel warning to China to highest level
7 February 2020 ophthalmologist and whistleblower Li Wenliang died from Wuhan coronavirus: On 7 February 2020 Li Wenliang, a Chinese ophthalmologist at Wuhan Central Hospital and a whistleblower who warned about the 2019–2020 Wuhan coronavirus outbreak on 30 December 2019, but was summoned and admonished by Wuhan police on 3 January 2020 for 'making false comments on the Internet', died from the infection after later returning to work and contracting the virus from an infected patient - 7 February 2020: Demands for freedom of speech in the wake of Li Wenliang’s death have been censored by the Beijing regime
9 March 2020 WHO hasn't called covid-19 a pandemic but others do: 9 March 2020: The World Health Organization hasn't called the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, but CNN is using the term pandemic to describe the current covid-19 outbreak - Zeitpunkt der Pandemie-Erklärung der WHO und Kritik an der WHO
11 March 2020 expanding clusters of the Chinese coronavirus worldwide were eyed warily as the outbreak upended daily life in Italy and elsewhere: 11 March 2020: Expanding clusters of the new coronavirus were eyed warily as the outbreak upended daily life in Italy and reshaped everything from the USA presidential race to Polish schools, Japanese Fukushima disaster anniversary, British interest rate's and politicians' future, Pope Francis’ travel, Putin's and Assad's wars etc.
18 March 2020 Chinese coronavirus can persist in air for hours and on surfaces for days: 18 March 2020: The highly contagious Chinese coronavirus called COVID-19, that has exploded into a global pandemic, can persist in air for hours and on surfaces for days, according to a new NIAID study that should offer guidance to help people avoid contracting the respiratory illness - Coronavirus disease 2019 - Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 - COVID-19 testing
19 March 2020 Italian province struggles to bury its coronavirus dead: 19 March 2020: Italian province struggles to bury its coronavirus dead, as coffins pile up and corpses are sealed off in homes as Bergamo’s funeral firms are overwhelmed, as of Wednesday Chinese virus had killed 2,978 across Italy, all buried or cremated without ceremony, and those who die in hospital do so alone, with their belongings left in bags beside coffins before being collected by funeral workers
22 March 2020 more victims of coronavirus pandemic: 22 March 2020: Global coronavirus death toll crossed 13,000, forcing over a billion people to remain at home, stretching governments and health workers to respond to the growing crisis, forcing lockdowns in 35 countries, disrupting lives, travel and businesses as governments scramble to shut borders and unleash hundreds of billions in emergency measures - 22 March 2020: Spain death toll rises by almost 400, as Germany and Iran see cases jump, as Italy warns of worst crisis since WWII, as India launches curfew, as 10 more people die from virus in Indonesia, and as first deaths in Colombia, Guam, Kosovo and Romania reported
23-25 March 2020 1.5 billion people to stay home as global death toll of coronavirus pandemic passes 19,600: 23 March 2020: More than 1.5 billion people — one-fifth of the world's population — were globally asked or ordered to stay home to try to blunt the spread of the Chinese coronavirus - 25 March 2020: Global death toll of coronavirus pandemic passes 19,600 as total of confirmed cases passes 435,000, as death toll in Spain overtakes China, and India locks down, according to the British 'Guardian' and Johns Hopkins experts
26 March 2020 global virus infections near 500,000: 26 March 2020: Global virus infections near 500,000 as health care systems in Europe and New York buckle under the weight of caring for seriously ill victims
27 March 2020 Spain records highest single-day spreading coronavirus death toll: 27 March 2020: Spain records highest single-day death toll and withdraws 'inaccurate' testing kits, as South Africa records first Covid-19 deaths, as China closes borders, and as British PM tests positive
28 March 2020 number of coronavirus infections topped 600,000: 28 March 2020: The number of confirmed coronavirus infections worldwide topped 600,000, as virus already has put health systems in Italy, Spain, France, in New York and New Orleans under extreme strain, as lockdowns of varying severity have been introduced across Europe, in Africa, Asia and in the Americas, and as officials dug in for a long fight against the pandemic
29 March 2020 global deaths pass 30,000 victims: 29 March 2020: Spain records new highest daily death toll with further 838 deaths, as Syria reports first Covid-19 death, as Italy expects peak in a week, and as global deaths pass 30,000 with one-third in Italy, as millions of people in and around Tokyo are urged to stay at home after more confirmed coronavirus cases, and as the mayor of New York says the city will run out of essential medical supplies and personnel on 5 April
30 March 2020 in Zimbabwe, 'You Win Coronavirus or You Win Starvation': 30 March 2020: In Zimbabwe, 'You Win Coronavirus or You Win Starvation', as people in one of the world's most devastated nations are choosing daily survival over measures to protect themselves from a virus that 'might not even kill us', pushed aside in the struggle to obtain food, cash, cheap public transport, even clean water after World Health Organization's recommended virus precautions, and after UN expert called the number of hungry people in Zimbabwe 'shocking' for a country not in conflict and World Food Program has said more than 7 million people, or half the country, needs aid - 30 March 2020: Covid-19 death toll in Spain reaches 7,340, as Moscow and Lagos in lockdown and countries tighten restrictions
31 March 2020 global confirmed infections pass 800,000: 31 March 2020: The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus infection around the world has passed 800,000, with more than 38,000 death, as Spain reports record single-day death toll, Vietnam enters lockdown, as Italy extends lockdown until Easter, as number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the USA at 164,539, and as Russia records biggest daily rise in cases for seventh day running
1 April 2020 reports of cases also in war-torn Syria, Yemen, Libya and record daily fatalities: 1 April 2020: Spain passes 100,000 cases, as USA officials predict up to 240,000 USA coronavirus deaths in country, amid reports of record daily fatalities in UK, France, Spain and Russia in the worst global health, social and economic crisis since the 1855-1960 bubonic plague pandemic that began in Yunnan, spreading to all inhabited continents and ultimately leading to more than 12 million deaths in India and China, considered active until 1960, when worldwide casualties dropped to 200 per year, aside from recently and completely man-made disasters since German, Italian and Japanese empires' World War II, including the 1946-1954 French Indochina War, the 1950-1953 Korean War, the 1954-1962 French Algerian War, the 1955-1975 USA's Vietnam War, the 1967-1970 Nigerian Civil War, the War in Afghanistan since 1978, the 1998-2003 Second Congo War, and ongoing Assad's, Khamenei's and Putin's war against the Syrian people since 2011 - 1 April 2020: After the coronavirus pandemic crippled healthcare services on an unprecedented scale, countries in the Middle East already demolished by war are bracing themselves for disaster, as doctors and health officials tell 'The Independent' in over a dozen interviews across Syria, Yemen and Libya that they cannot halt the spread of the deadly coronavirus, and that healthcare systems are completely 'open and vulnerable' to the impending crisis
2 April 2020 Spain death toll passes 10,000 as Russia and Afghanistan report single-day records: 2 April 2020: Spain death toll passes 10,000 with record single-day rise of 950, as Iran passes 50,000 cases and 3,136 deaths, as Russia and Afghanistan record single-day records, and as Thailand imposes national curfew
3 April 2020 covid-19 pandemic reached new heights across the world: 3 April 2020: Iran’s death toll reaches 3,294, Swiss death toll rises to 484, Australia’s medical chief warns of coronavirus escalation, as Russian police brutally detain Anastasia Vasiliyeva, the head of the opposition-leaning Alliance of Doctors union, with other activists while attempting to deliver medical equipment
4 April 2020 and efforts to tackle the crisis: 4 April 2020: USA sets grim new global record with 1,480 covid-19 deaths in 24 hours, as death toll in Europe passes 40,000, with over 900 fatalities in Spain in past day, as economists predict deep worldwide recession, and as UN warns of coming catastrophe in war-torn countries Syria, Yemen etc. - 4 April 2020: Number of confirmed covid-19 cases worldwide nearing 1,120,000, as 'Wikipedia' is monitoring and documenting the global crisis, also by country and territory, also by socio-economic impact, also by impact on politics, by a variety of more impacts, also by national and international responses to the covid-19 pandemic, more or less effective, more or less backed by scientists, but also including cover-ups and denials e.g. North Korea, and an overview of criticism by country, e.g. practicising suppression of information, and international organisations - 4 April 2020: Internet data shines light on coronavirus lockdowns working worldwide, despite attempts by regimes in Syria, Russia, Iran etc., including their networks e.g. Hezbollah terrorist groups, also some media, TV companies, print media etc., and others, to cause confusion, to undermine freedom of information and efforts to tackle the crisis
5 April 2020 covid-19 pandemic continues to spread around world: 5 April 2020: Spain, recording smaller rate of increase in covid-19 infections, calls for 'European solidarity', as focus turns to USA and Trump tells citizens to expect 'a lot of death', as coronavirus continues to spread around world and global deaths approach 65,000 - 6 April 2020: Spain deaths lower for fourth day in a row, as Germany sees further case drop, as USA experts warn of worst week yet, and as Japan prepares for state of emergency
6 April 2020 UN expert say ban wildlife markets to avert pandemics: 6 April 2020: UN’s biodiversity chief has called for a global ban on wildlife markets – such as the one in China's Wuhan believed to be the starting point of the coronavirus outbreak – to prevent future pandemics.
7 April 2020 worldwide coronavirus cases at 1.32 million: 7 April 2020: Worldwide coronavirus cases nearing 1.35 million, as death toll crosses 74,800, as Russia's daily rise in coronavirus cases tops 1,000 for first time, as Trump reportedly knew pandemic was likely in January, and as Japan declares state of emergency
8 April 2020 number of covid-19 cases in Europe passes 750,000: 8 April 2020: Number of covid-19 cases in Europe passes 750,000, as continent accounts for more than half of the total infections worldwide, with Spain and Italy having the most recorded deaths, as reported covid-19 death toll in Iran nears 4,000, as USA records highest death toll with 1,939 fatalities in single day, and as exhausted medical staff around the world are battling with a stream of patients and 81% of the world’s 3.3 billion-strong workforce is now affected by the global crisis according to ILO - 8 April 2020: Global trade forecast to fall by up to a third as USA sees highest one-day death toll
9 April 2020 confirmed global cases pass 1.5m: 9 April 2020: Confirmed global cases pass 1.5m, as USA sees new record unemployment rising 6.6m in a week, >with 16 million jobs gone in the past 3 weeks after covid-19 brought the USA economy to a standstill
10 April 2020 recovered South Korean covid-19 patients testing positive again: 10 April 2020: South Korean officials on Friday reported 91 patients thought cleared of the new coronavirus had tested positive again
10 April 2020 Easter will begin amid war and under lockdown: 10 April 2020: Easter begins under lockdown, as Spanish death toll continues to slow, as Russia reports new record daily rise of coronavirus cases, as New York makes mass graves to bury the rising number of dead, and as war-ravaged Yemen announces 1st confirmed covid-19 case after conflict instigated by Iran-backed Houthis destroyed or closed more than half its health facilities, aggravating deep poverty, food scarcity and ongoing famine, cholera outbreaks, dire water shortages and a lack of adequate sanitation
11 April 2020: 11 April 2020: Spain in ‘stabilisation phase’, but USA sees over 2,000 deaths in a day, as pandemic lays bare also New York city's shocking inequities, as death toll from covid-19 in the UK rose by 917 to 9,875 people, as China is cracking down on publication of academic research about the origins of the novel coronavirus, as Iran's regime begins lifting restrictions amid rising death toll to 4,357 victims, and as WHO warns that prematurely lifting lockdown restrictions could spark a dangerous resurgence of the disease
12 April 2020 worldwide covid-19 cases pass 1.75m: 12 April 2020: Worldwide covid-19 cases pass 1.75m, with USA, Spain, Italy, Germany, France reporting most cases now, after USA diagnosed its first case on 20 January
13 April 2020 covid-19 cases worldwide pass 1.85m as China reports highest daily cases in over five weeks: 13 April 2020: Covid-19 cases worldwide pass 1.85m, as China reports highest daily cases in over five weeks, as Iran’s death toll rises to 4,585, as Spain relaxes lockdown with daily death toll of 517 victims, as WHO looks at reports of patients testing positive again, as major oil-producing nations agree historic 10% cut in output
14 April 2020 covid-19 cases worldwide near 2 million: 14 April 2020: Covid-19 cases worldwide near 2 million, as Putin regime tells Russian people to prepare for 'extraordinary' crisis, as UK daily deaths likely to rise this week, as France to ease lockdown starting 11 May, as Spain relaxes lockdown with daily death toll of 517 victims, and as evidence in respect of victims is an additional problem
15 April 2020 global rise with 2,000,984 covid-19 cases and with 128.071 deaths: 15 April 2020: Global rise with 2,000,984 covid-19 cases and with 128.071 deaths, as Trump suspends WHO funding, as Russia reported record daily rise with 3,388 new covid-19 cases, bringing its overall nationwide tally to 24,490, as India allows industry and farming in rural areas to resume to reduce the pain for millions of people, as Spain records drop in daily virus death toll, but number of new cases rises, and as EU sets out roadmap for members to ease lockdowns
16 April 2020 economic and other impacts from the covid-19 pandemic deepen: 16 April 2020: 1m tests to be rolled out across Africa, as WHO warns Europe still in the midst of Covid-19 storm, as calls emerge on the European commission and European Council to condemn the Hungarian government’s exploitation of the coronavirus crisis to erode democracy, and as USA reports 639,568 covid-19 cases and 30,988 deaths, data listed also by state - 16 April 2020: Economic and other impacts from the covid-19 pandemic deepen, as health authorities warn that returning to normal is a distant goal despite many politicians' hopes of reopening factories, transport capacities, stores, and schools as well quickly as safely
17 April 2020 covid-19 cases reach at least 2,167,955 as Russia reports record of new cases: 17 April 2020: Global covid-19 cases reached at least 2,167,955, as Russia again reports record of new covid-19 cases, as Indonesia becomes south-east Asian country with most infections, as social and economic impacts of covid-19 become catastrophic for millions of children, as African continent faces recession, as China’s GDP shrinks 6.8% in March quarter, and as people worldwide must re-evaluate support for irresponsible politicians in several countries
18 April 2020 Beijing regime threatens Hong Kong civic society amid covid-19: 18 April 2020: Beijing regime’s top representative office in Hong Kong semi-autonomous city declared it is not bound by Hong Kong’s constitutional restrictions that bar Chinese government from interfering in local affairs, after Hong Kong police amid covid-19 pandemic originating from mainland China arrested 14 high-profile democracy activists on charges of illegal assembly in 2019
19 April 2020 adding to pressure on China Australia demands covid-19 pandemic enquiry: 19 April 2020: Australia demands covid-19 pandemic enquiry, adding to pressure on China - 19 April 2020: Europe's covid-19 fatalities approach 100,000, while Spain’s death toll on Sunday 'slows' to 410 as the country reported its further deaths, as Sweden's health workers fear for residents as hundreds die in care homes, as Belgian doctor says 'I thought I would never wake up' after intensive care and 3 weeks in a coma, as in the UK at least 6.5m jobs in the economy at risk - around a quarter of the total
20 April 2020 Wuhan residents want regime's explanation about its handling of covid-19: 20 April 2020: Wuhan residents are looking for an explanation from the government about its handling of covid-19 outbreak, after officials in January said it was not contagious and took weeks to notify the public of the threat from a virus that went on to claim the lives of thousands in China and then hundreds of thousands of confirmed cases and deaths worldwide, sending billions of people into lockdown as health services struggle to cope
21 April 2020 global cases near 2.5 million: 21 April 2020: After WHO warned that few have developed antibodies to covid-19, global cases near 2.5 million, global deaths pass 170,000, Singapore extends lockdown amid sharp rise in cases, Trump signals immigration ban, and USA oil market collapses into negative prices
22 April 2020 as covid-19 expands Missouri becomes first USA state to sue China over pandemic: 21 April 2020: Covid-19 pandemic 'will cause famine of biblical proportions', as more than 30 countries and former European colonies could experience widespread famine, and in 10 of those countries there are already more than 1 million people on the brink of starvation, UN warns, as first case of covid-19 reported among Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, hosting around 475,000 Palestinian and far more Syrian refugees, as Spain recorded 435 deaths overnight, bringing the total death toll from Covid-19 to 21,717, as France's unemployment soars, as Germany’s confirmed coronavirus cases increased by 2,237 to 145,694, as UK's death toll not including deaths outside hospitals questioned by media, and as Chinese doctors in Wuhan say a growing number of recovered cases continue to test positive - 22 April 2020: Missouri becomes first USA state to sue China over covid-190 economic losses, as civil lawsuit says China 'lied to the world about the danger and contagious nature of covid-19'
23 April 2020 world on track for 'unprecedented’ post-war recession: 23 April 2020: World is on track for 'unprecedented’ post-war recession, as covid-19 global death toll has exceeded 183,000 with the number of cases worldwide at more than 2.6m, as USA unemployment applications reach over 26m, as Chinese citizen journalist Li Zehua reappears, having gone missing for almost two months after posting videos from Wuhan during the outbreak, saying he was detained by regime's police and forcibly quarantined, as China covid-19 cases may have been four times official figure according to study, coming amid calls for inquiry into outbreak’s origin and as China’s ambassador to the USA calls for 'a serious rethink of the foundations' of the two countries’ relationship
24 April 2020 Johns Hopkins University reports 2.729.274 confirmed covid-19 cases: 24 April 2020: Johns Hopkins University reports 2.729.274 confirmed covid-19 cases worldwide and 191.962 deaths, as medical experts denounce Trump’s 'dangerous’ treatment suggestion, as Russian regime reports 5,849 new cases and 60 deaths in 24 hours, pushing the death toll to 615, and as UN's Michelle Bachelet alarmed by media clampdowns in several countries, saying public has right to know about covid-19
25 April 2020 JHU reports 197.871 confirmed covid-19 deaths: 25 April 2020: At least 197.871 people are confirmed to have died worldwide, while at least 2.82 million are known to have been infected, as WHO says 'no evidence' you can’t get covid-19 twice, as Chinese regime sought to block a EU report alleging that Beijing was spreading disinformation about the covid-19 outbreak, as cases of covid-19 are overwhelming hospitals, morgues and cemeteries across Brazil, and as Britons are urged to go to hospital in an emergency despite fears of catching the virus as UK death toll nears 20,000
26 April 2020 covid-19 cases and defence: 26 April 2020: Global covid-19 death toll increased to 203,332 with 2,908,527 confirmed cases, as India’s PM urges citizens to abide by the lockdown as new cases continue to rise, as UK government resists calls to publish plan for easing lockdown, as Spain's children allowed out for first time in weeks, and as African nations turn to testing to contain spread
27 April 2020 confirmed cases in Russia pass China's total: 27 April 2020: Confirmed covid-19 cases in Russia with 87,147 in all region pass China's total, as world’s leading biodiversity experts warn halt destruction of nature or suffer even worse pandemics, and as New Zealand says it has 'avoided the worst'
28 April 2020 confirmed cases of covid-19 pass 3m worldwide: 28 April 2020: Confirmed cases of covid-19 pass 3m worldwide, as African Americans bear the brunt of covid-19's economic impact in the USA, as president repeats attacks on press and as deaths continue to mount, as Russia reports a record daily rise to 6,411 covid-19 cases bringing its nationwide tally to 93,558, as France and Spain expected to announce easing of lockdowns despite a rise in the German infection rate back at 1.0 following the relaxation of restrictions, and as German economy expected to contract 6.6% in 2020 due to covid-19
29 April 2020 known global covid-19 death toll exceeds 217,000: 29 April 2020: Known global covid-19 death toll exceeds 217,000, as at least 3,116,680 people have been infected worldwide, as Russia reports 5,841 new cases on Wednesday, bringing its overall nationwide tally to 99,399, and as air passenger numbers down 99% in the UK amid rising number of covid-19 cases and deaths
30 April 2020 Yemen reports first covid-19 deaths and Iran ally Russia reports 106,498 cases: 30 April 2020: Yemen reports its first two deaths and a new cluster of covid-19 cases amid failing humanitarian ceasefire attempts, as Iran ally Russia reports 7,099 new covid-19 cases bringing the nationwide tally to 106,498, as USA reports at least 30m unemployed citizens, and as France and Italy plunge into recession
1 May 2020 China's virus took fewer than 100 days to shut the world down: 1 May 2020: On May Day Russia reports 7,933 new cases of covid-19 in record daily rise, bringing the nationwide tally to 114,431, as the total of infections worldwide stand at 3,269,66 and more than 233,700 people have died so far in a pandemic coming from China that took fewer than 100 days to shut the world down, mostly concerning the poor and working
2 May 2020 global number of covid-19 infections with 3,357,450 cases: 2 May 2020: Global number of covid-19 infections with 3,357,450 cases and at least 238,787 people have died around the world, as Russia has had another record daily increase with 9,623 new cases, as ninety-eight people die in New York nursing home, as Somalia reports rapid rise in covid-19 deaths, as Malaysia’s police detain hundreds of migrants and refugees to contain the spread of covid-19, including young children and ethnic Rohingya refugees from Myanmar
3 May 2020 Russia and Afghanistan announce their biggest rises in cases: 3 May 2020: Russia and Afghanistan announce their biggest rises in cases, as watchdogs in the USA say Trump’s links with donors and backers deserve scrutiny and Trump's wealthy friends look to cash in during covid-19 crisis
4 May 2020 number of global covid-19 cases passes 3.5 million: 4 May 2020: Number of global covid-19 cases passes 3.5 million, with deaths nearing a quarter of a million, and USA and European countries accounted for most of the new cases reported in recent days, as Japan extends the country’s national state of emergency to 31 May
5 May 2020 global covid-19 death toll and economy: 5 May 2020: As confirmed global death toll rises, Hong Kong economy suffers deepest contraction since records began in 1974, as in March/April 2020 one million Australians lost their jobs, and as French hospital discovers covid-19 case from December 2019, the weeks Chinese whistleblower disappeared in prison
6 May 2020 covid-19 and Europe's economic recession this year: 6 May 2020: Number of global covid-19 cases stand at 3,679,544 with deaths at 257,793, as Europe will experience a recession this year of a depth unmatched since the Great Depression and the UK will be one of the hardest hit, according to European commission, and as Trump wants to disband covid-19 taskforce
7 May 2020 covid-19 exposes shortages across Africa’s healthcare systems: 7 May 2020: Covid-19 exposes shortages across Africa’s healthcare systems according to Reuters survey, as UN warns pandemic could cause ‘multiple famines’, as more than 150,000 people have died of covid-19 in Europe, as Russia overtakes Germany and France after record rise in cases, and as USA's Trump says deaths are price of reopening
8 May 2020 covid-19 infections on the rise in Russia as USA's virus deaths hit 75,000: 8 May 2020: UK, France, Germany report plummeting output, as covid-19 infections on the rise in Russia, as USA's virus deaths hit 75,000 and employment sees historic collapse, and as world marks 75 years since end of Nazi and fascist powers' World War II in Europe under shadow of covid-19 and death toll nearing 270,000
9 May 2020 Russia hit by 10,000 new covid-19 cases: 9 May 2020: Russia hit by 10,000 new covid-19 cases and its total infections near 200,000, as Indonesia records biggest daily increase in covid-19 infections, and as 'The Lancet' warns Brazil must 'drastically change course' on covid-19, saying Brazilian president’s disregard for lockdown measures is damaging and he is biggest threat to country's ability to tackle the unfolding public health crisis
9 May 2020 veterans in ex-Soviet countries say lessons they learned during World War II helping them against covid-19: 9 May 2020: Veterans in ex-Soviet countries say lessons they learned during World War II are helping them cope with new challenge of covid-19 pandemic, recalling the horrors of the war
10 May 2020 health officials worldwide watching results from varying degrees of lockdown fearing second wave: 10 May 2020: Health officials and workers worldwide are anxiously watching to see just how much infection rates rise in a second wave as nations and states emerge from varying degrees of lockdown, as global covid-19 cases stand at 4,024,973 and deaths at 279,321, and as France and Germany report more new infections, and as Jaston Khosa, who was one of 600,000 men from African countries who fought against WWII aggressors, was quietly buried on VE Day after a life of abject poverty
11 May 2020 Russia hit by 10,000 new covid-19 cases: 11 May 2020: Covid-19 cases stand at 4,102,955 worldwide, while the confirmed global death toll has reached 282,719, as China faces new outbreaks and South Korea reports 35 new cases, as Russia confirmed 11,656 new infections Monday, bringing the country’s official number of cases to 221,344, as at least 376 Russian cadets infected after participating in rehearsals for the postponed Victory Day parade, as fire at Moscow covid-19 hospital kills one, and as Russian and Assad regime's latest war crimes in Syria included attacks on hospitals and schools that killed civilians, healthcare workers, teachers and children
12 May 2020 Russia surpasses UK tally with more than 10,000 new daily cases: 12 May 2020: Russia surpasses UK tally with more than 10,000 new cases reporting 10,899 new covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours, as fire at St. George Hospital in St. Petersburg kills five covid-19 patients who were on ventilators, as newborn babies among dead in attack on Kabul maternity hospital by gunmen, also throwing - inspired and encouraged by unpunished Russia's Putin regime - grenades, as at least 13 killed and dozens evacuated, as Iranian regime ignored covid-19 concern and doctors and nurses suffered as during the first 90 days of the pandemic outbreak alone, about one medical staffer died each day and dozens became infected, as covid-19 pandemic highlights weakness and dangers of political, food and health systems worldwide, also in Brazil, and as UK covid-19 death toll passes 40,000
13 May 2020 Russia records 10,000 new covid-19 cases in a day as world struggles and fights: 13 May 2020: Russia records 10,000 new covid-19 cases in a day as China's Wuhan prepares to test 11m residents, as Brazil and Mexico record deadliest day from covid-19, as USA remains by far the worst affected country now having almost a third of the world’s 4.26m cases, with a national death toll of 82,339, as Peru reports 189 out of 350 doctors fighting the disease in the severely hit jungle city of Iquitos had become infected, as India announces US$270bn virus economic package against pandemic exported from China, and as Iran doctors reveal how Mullah regime sacrificed thousands to keep covid-19 stats low
14 May 2020 WHO calls for a 'massive effort' to overcome covid-19 amid ongoing and uncertain dangers: 14 May 2020: Russia has second highest infections, as WHO warns coronavirus may never go away, warning of mental health crisis, and saying the disease that has infected more than 4.2 million people worldwide, killing nearly 300,000, may, like HIV, become endemic and a part of the fabric of daily life
15 May 2020 Johns Hopkins University reports 302,452 victims of covid-19: 15 May 2020: Johns Hopkins University says at least 302,452 people have now died as a result of covid-19, counting 4,443,597 confirmed cases worldwide, as Mexico sees record one-day increase in cases, as Brazil confirmed cases pass 200,000, as covid-19 reaches refugee camps in Bangladesh, as doctors in Italy and France report spike in rare inflammatory syndrome linked to coronavirus, as covid-19 involved in quarter of care home residents' deaths in England and Wales, as 36 million USA citizens are now unemployed, and as covid-19 pushes German economy into recession
16 May 2020 rising covid-19 cases, fears and unteachable Beijing regime: 16 May 2020: Global number of confirmed covid-19 cases passes 4.5m, as Brazil confirms 15,305 new cases, and as country has registered 218,223 cases as well as 14,817 deaths, as fears in the USA rise, as Russia has recorded its highest daily covid-19 death toll, and as unteachable Beijing regime seeks Taiwanese exclusion from WHO meeting
16 May 2020 hundreds die in Yemen of suspected covid-19 outbreak: 16 May 2020: More than 500 people have died over the past 8 days in southern Yemen’s main city, Aden, many with breathing difficulties, city officials say, raising fears that covid-19 is spreading out of control, feeding off a civil war that has left the country in ruins
16 May 2020 children died from disease linked to covid-19: 16 May 2020: 9-year-old child dies in France from rare inflammatory disease linked to covid-19 as similar cases reported in New York and London
17 May 2020 covid-19 cases in Brazil increase: 17 May 2020: Covid-19 cases in Brazil surpass Italy as virus surges in Latin America, as cases in Russia increased by more than 9,700 on Sunday, as India’s official caseload passed that of China at the weekend, as USA states continue to loosen lockdown amid increase of cases and now 88,811 deaths, as covid-19 reaching 4,662,534 cases worldwide and 312,274 deaths
18 May 2020 global covid-19 infections pass 4.7 million: 18 May 2020: Global covid-19 infections pass 4.7 million, as South Africa reports highest daily increase in cases, as mayor of São Paulo in Brazil says hospitals 'near collapse’, and as Taiwan blocked from WHO meeting following Beijing regime's pressure
19 May 2020 global covid-19 cases pass 4.8 million as Hong Kong blocks Tiananmen Square vigil with gathering ban: 19 May 2020: Global covid-19 cases pass 4.8 million, as death toll stands at 318,775, as USA deaths passed 90,000, as USA threatens to make WHO funding freeze 'permanent' claiming the WHO had shown an 'alarming lack of independence' from China, as Hong Kong blocks Tiananmen Square vigil with gathering ban, as Russian covid-19 cases edge towards 300,000, as Brazil cases overtake UK to become third-highest worldwide
20 May 2020 global confirmed covid-19 cases passed 4.9m: 20 May 2020: Global confirmed covid-19 cases passed 4.9million, as Trump told reporters that the high number of cases in the USA is a 'badge of honour' because it means the country is testing the most, as Johns Hopkins University reports 91.938 covid-19 deaths in the USA so far, as Brazil has seen its most deadly day since covid-19 outbreak began, now having 271,628 confirmed cases and 17,971 deaths, as Russia passes 300,000 cases, and as World Bank says covid-19 crisis will push 60m into poverty, due to the Beijing regime
21 May 2020 covid-19 cases worldwide pass 5 million: 21 May 2020: Confirmed covid-19 cases worldwide pass 5 million, after on Wednesday 106,000 new cases were recorded worldwide over the past 24 hours
22 May 2020 covid-19 cases pass 5.1 million: 22 May 2020: Global covid-19 cases pass 5.1 million, deaths pass 332,000, as India sees 6,000 new cases in biggest one-day rise, as Brazil sees record one-day death toll of 1,188, taking the confirmed total to 20,047 in the country having 310,087 infections, as South Korea reports 20 new cases, as Indonesia has biggest one day jump in cases, and as Russia’s industrial output drops 6.5% in April
22 May 2020 covid-19 around the world lead to unparalleled, including risky and dangerous, measures in response: 22 May 2020: The unprecedented circumstances presented by covid-19 have caused governments and regimes around the world to take unparalleled measures in response, including granting emergency executive powers, enforcing quarantines, contact tracing through private individuals’ telephone data surveillance, as this alarming development is sparking serious concerns about civil liberties also among legal experts worldwide who are now pushing for increased scrutiny
23 May 2020 Russia again the second-worst covid-19 affected country: 23 May 2020: Russia has snatched back its position as the second-worst affected country in the world by covid-19 cases, as Afghanistan's deputy health minister survived an assassination attempt, while the war-torn country recorded its worst day of covid-19 crisis and the war rages on with full intensity across the country, as new infections swamp hospitals in Latin America and deaths surge, and as UK's Chris Patten states that China's security laws are a betrayal of Hong Kong people and 'we are seeing ... a new Chinese dictatorship', coming as an impact of covid-19 made in China
24 May 2020 Russia reports highest daily covid-19 death toll: 24 May 2020: Russia reports highest daily covid-19 death toll, as Brazil cases near 350,000, registering 965 new covid-19 deaths, taking the total number of fatalities to 22,013, as Spain's Madrid and Barcelona follow starkly different paths out of lockdown, now reporting 235,290 confirmed cases in a country needing foreign tourists for its economy
25 May 2020 global covid-19 cases pass 5.4m: 25 May 2020: Global covid-19 cases pass 5.4m, as death toll stands at 345,060 victims and as both figures are likely to be higher, due to differing test rates, definitions and deliberate underreporting, as USA bars travellers who have been in Brazil in last two weeks, after the South American nation became the world’s second-worst covid-19 affected country
26 May 2020 confirmed covid-19 death toll stands at 346,326: 26 May 2020: Confirmed covid-19 cases worldwide pass 5.5m, as death toll stands at 346,326, as Mexico City records thousands more deaths than usual, amid doubt over official covid-19 toll, as USA brings forward Brazil travel restrictions by two days, coming after Brazil recorded a daily death toll higher than the USA for the first time with 807 versus 620 victims, and as Dutch watchdog says covid-19 measures ‘disastrous’ for children
27 May 2020 WHO sounds alarm over surge of covid-19 cases in Latin America: 27 May 2020: WHO sounds alarm over surge of covid-19 cases in Latin America, as Russia reports 8,338 new infections, pushing the country’s overall figure of confirmed cases to 370,680, as Greece welcomes tourists but refugees stay locked down, and as France’s economy could contract by around 20% in the second quarter
28 May 2020 global covid-19 cases near 5.7m: 28 May 2020: Global covid-19 cases near 5.7m, as UN warns that at least 14 million people could go hungry in Latin America, as European investment slashed, as Ireland faces record recession, as covid-19 producer Beijing regime okays law endangering Hong Kong’s autonomy, and as the USA counts 100,000 covid-19 victims, also laying bare country's brutal fault lines ethnicity, gender, poverty and broken politics
29 May 2020 global covid-19 deaths near 360,000 and infections exceed 5.7m as crisis spreads: 29 May 2020: Global covid-19 deaths near 360,000 and infections exceed 5.7m, as Philippines has biggest daily spike in cases, as South Korea's new infections prompt authorities to reimplement lockdown measures, as Western Australia reports new outbreak, as Ethiopia forced to increase public health measures following rising community transmissions in Africa, as Russian regime adds patients who ‘died with’ virus to total toll, as Brazil has registered over 1,000 covid-19 deaths for three straight days, as USA job losses pass 40m and covid-19 crisis sees claims rise 2.1m in a week
30 May 2020 known global covid-19 infections exceed 5.7m as crisis at wide-ranging levels spreads: 30 May 2020: Known global covid-19 death toll passes 363,000, as USA accounts for about 30% of cases, ahead of Brazil accounting for 7.2%, Russia for 6.6%, also reporting 8,952 new daily covid-19 cases, the UK for 4.7%, Spain for 4.1% and Italy for 4%, as Iran sees highest tally of new infections since early April, and as India reports record daily rise in infections
31 May 2020 covid-19 stand at 6,048,384 confirmed cases worldwide, as USA reports 103,685 confirmed victims: 31 May 2020: Covid-19 stand at 6,048,384 confirmed cases worldwide, as USA remains worst-affected country in terms of cases and deaths, with 1,769,776 infections and 103,685 fatalities, as Trump postpones June G7 summit, as concerns have been raised over the gaps in the UK's test, track and trace system, as Brazil cases near 500,000 with 33,274 new covid-19 cases on Saturday and 956 new deaths in the last 24 hours
1 June 2020 Iran counts its most new covid-19 cases on any day for nearly two months: 1 June 2020: Iran has counted its most new covid-19 cases on any day for nearly two months, with 2,979 more people testing positive for the virus since yesterday, as Hong Kong police banned this week’s vigil for the Tiananmen Square massacre, citing covid-19 measures, meaning that for the first time since the Chinese military killed untold numbers of protesters in 1989 there will be no event, as Brazil has reported 16,409 new cases and 29,314 fatalities, taking the total of infected cases to 514,849 in second place in terms of infections behind the USA on 1.78 million cases, after Bolsonaro has repeatedly dismissed the severity of the virus
2 June 2020 6,274,978 confirmed covid-19 cases, 375,570 deaths, and January recordings contradict WHO's praise of Beijing’s response: 2 June 2020: As latest data of covid-19 include 6,274,978 confirmed cases and 375,570 deaths, recordings of internal WHO meetings contradict the organisation’s public praise of Beijing’s response to the outbreak, because the World Health Organization struggled to get needed information from China during critical early days of the covid-19 pandemic - 2 June 2020: A Chinese doctor who worked with the whistleblower Li Wenliang in Wuhan died of the virus last week, becoming China’s first covid-19 fatality in weeks, as first Rohingya refugee in Bangladesh dies of covid-19, as people in Pakistan told to 'live with the virus', as central and south America now ‘intense zones for transmission’, and as worldwide crises get worse as seen in the USA
3 June 2020 covid-19 death toll currently standing at 380,662: 3 June 2020: Covid-19 death toll currently standing at 380,662, as confirmed infections are nearing 6.4 million
4 June 2020 WHO received reports of 100,000 new cases of covid-19 every last day: 4 June 2020: St Petersburg death tally casts doubt on Russian covid-19 figures, as trust in governments falls across G7, as WHO received reports of 100,000 new cases of covid-19 every day for the past five days and the outbreak gathers pace in various regions around the world, as Brazil looks to reopen despite record deaths, as Mexico sees deaths twice as high as previous record, as rise in California cases raises fears over reopening and protests, as crisis could cause $25tn fossil fuel industry collapse
5 June 2020 global covid-19 death toll passes 391,000: 5 June 2020: Covid-19 death toll passes 391,000 worldwide, as Brazil reports 1,437 deaths in the last 24 hours, as death of man after face mask arrest shines light on Mexican police brutality, as Sweden sees third consecutive day of over 1,000 new cases, as France and Italy record dozens of further deaths, and as South Africa records biggest jump in covid-19 cases since pandemic hit
6 June 2020 India's covid-19 case total surpasses Italy's: 6 June 2020: India's covid-19 case total surpasses Italy's as Brazil threatens to quit WHO, as Indonesia reports biggest daily rise in infections, and as China warns citizens of covid-linked tensions overseas
6 June 2020 amid covid-19 loneliest of D-Day remembrances as 'Bundeswehr' continues to praise Nazigeneral Rommel: 6 June 2020: The loneliest of D-Day remembrances is marked amid covid-19 pandemic that wreaked havoc across the world, infecting 6.6 million people, killing over 391,000, devastating economies, and posing a particular threat to the elderly like the surviving D-Day veterans, as small ceremony held a year after tens of thousands came to Normandy beaches to cheer the dwindling number of veterans and celebrate liberation from Nazi oppression, saying 'it’s not idolatry or nostalgia but our duty not to forget', as German 'Bundeswehr' continues to praise and honour the Nazigeneral Rommel
7 June 2020 more than 6m people covid-19 infected and an estimated 400,000 have died: 7 June 2020: Covid-19 has now been afflicting humans for six months, first in China and later in other nations, as to date more than 6m people have been infected and an estimated 400,000 have died, a toll that will inevitably continue to rise for years to come, and as Bolsonaro hides Brazil's covid-19 death toll and case totals - 7 June 2020: The failure to consider air pollution as a factor in the higher rates of covid-19 deaths among minority ethnic groups is 'astonishing' and 'wholly irresponsible', amid growing evidence around the world linking exposure to dirty air exposure to increased infections and deaths, according to critics of a Public Health England review
8 June 2020 global covid-19 cases pass 7 million: 8 June 2020: Global covid-19 cases pass 7 million, deaths pass 400,000
9 June 2020 satellite images suggest covid-19 outbreak began in August 2019 in China: 9 June 2020: Coronavirus may have been in Wuhan in August, Harvard Medical School study suggests - 9 June 2020: Satellite images of Chinese hospital parking suggest covid-19 outbreak began in August 2019, as - upending current coronavirus outbreak assumptions - Harvard Medical School study shows significant spike in car traffic at Wuhan medical centers as early as last summer
9 June 2020 Brazil passes 700,000 covid-19 infections: 9 June 2020: Brazil passes 700,000 covid-19 infections, as research estimates 145,000 USA deaths by August, as 600 people die in Nigeria outbreak, and as WHO warns global pandemic is worsening
10 June 2020 EU accusing Beijing regime for first time of running false campaigns: 10 June 2020: Africa passes 200,000 confirmed covid-19 cases, as Burundi president dies of suspected covid-19, as EU shifts position by accusing Beijing regime for first time of running false campaigns, saying regime behind 'huge wave' of covid-19 disinformation and Russia and China were running 'targeted influence operations and disinformation campaigns in the EU, its neighbourhood, and globally', as Argentina passes 1,000 daily cases for first time, as Brazil restores covid-19 data online, as WHO urges Pakistan to return to lockdown and hospitals struggle, as USA's expert Fauci says ‘we’re still at the beginning’ of pandemic', and as global economy will contract at least 6% this year, with the unprecedented loss of income and 'extraordinary uncertainty' according to OECD
11 June 2020 with 415,117 confirmed covid-19 deaths worldwide USA covid-19 cases pass 2m: 11 June 2020: With 415,117 confirmed covid-19 deaths worldwide, USA covid-19 cases pass 2 million, as Brazil reaches 772,416, as Mexico confirms record daily infections with 4,883 cases and Mexico City will start a large-scale covid-19 testing effort paired with an intensive information campaign, and as covid-19 is 'accelerating' across Africa amid shortage of test kits, according to WHO, also saying that the virus was spreading from capital cities where it arrived with travellers and that 10 countries now were bearing the brunt of Africa’s epidemic
12 June 2020 India reports surge in covid-19 cases as WHO warns of accelerating infections in Africa: 12 June 2020: India reports surge in covid-19 cases with hospitals swamped in the worst-hit cities, as WHO warns of accelerating covid-19 infections in Africa
13 June 2020 fresh virus cluster in China raises fears for pandemic control: 13 June 2020: Fresh virus cluster in China raises fears for pandemic control, as Beijing’s largest wholesale food market shut as seven new cases confirmed, as Brazil overtakes UK with world's second-highest covid-19 death toll, as Indian pregnant woman died after she was turned away from 8 hospitals and as pandemic pushes India's healthcare to brink of collapse
14 June 2020 China reports most cases since April: 14 June 2020: China reports most covid-19 cases since April, as second wave fears rise in the country and parts of regime's capial Beijing remain under lockdown, as the Lancet’s editor says 'the UK response to coronavirus is the greatest science policy failure for a generation’, as Brazil's covid-19 catastrophe deepens, and as pandemic continues across the continents
15 June 2020 Beijing lockdown tightens: 15 June 2020: Beijing lockdown tightens as new covid-19 outbreak spreads, as Iran reported more than 100 deaths for a second straight day, and as WHO warns against further lifting of lockdown in England
16 June 2020 India and Pakistan to reimpose local lockdowns: 16 June 2020: Beijing regime reimposes partial lockdown in capital to tackle new cluster, as new covid-19 outbreak spreads, as New Zealand ends covid-free run with two cases from UK, as USA regulators revoke the emergency authorization for malaria drugs championed by Donald Trump for treating covid-19 amid growing evidence they don’t work and could cause serious side effects, as India and Pakistan to reimpose local lockdowns, and as covid-19 can damage lungs of victims beyond recognition, according to experts, saying organs of some who die after over a month in hospital sustain 'complete disruption’
17 June 2020 more covid-19 cases in Beijing as Brazil suffers worst ever day: 17 June 2020: More covid-19 cases in Beijing outbreak, as regime raises alert level, as Brazil suffers worst ever day with 34,918 diagnoses in 24 hours, bringing its overall total to 923,189 and the number of confirmed fatalities to 45,241, as six USA states report most ever new covid-19 cases
18 June 2020 covid-19 deaths worldwide near 500,000: 18 June 2020: Covid-19 deaths worldwide near 500,000, as Brazil cases near 1m, as USA health expert says country is 'still in first wave’ - 18 juin 2020: La pandémie covid-19 continue de se répandre fortement au Brésil, signifiant qu'un Brésilien meurt quasiment chaque minute du covid-19, tandis que le déconfinement se poursuit
19 June 2020 covid-19 situation update: 19 June 2020: Global covid-19 deaths pass 450,000, as WHO condemns Napoli football fans’ celebrations as 'reckless’, as Brazil nears 1m cases, as Mexico confirms record new cases, as lockdown reimposed in India's Chennai, as African countries drop covid-19 curbs in effort to limit economic harm, as USA questions Beijing cluster figures and covid-19 map of the USA shows latest cases state by state, as public debt in the United Kingdom exceeds 100% for first time since the 60s, as 13-day-old baby becomes one of UK's youngest victims, as Germany orders local covid-19 lockdowns and extends ban on large events for four months, as Spain boosts tourism sector and Mallorca welcomes a more sedate breed of German tourist at the same time - 18 June 2020: Forcibly displaced now account for 1% of humanity, UN says, as almost 80 million people are refugees or internally displaced, with the number doubling in the past decade, and as a 9 million rise in the number of those forced to flee in 2019 fuelled by conflict in Syria, Yemen, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Burkina Faso
20 June 2020 Brazil passes 1 million covid-19 cases: 20 June 2020: Brazil passes 1 million covid-19 cases, rising by more than 50,000 from the previous day, as Russia reports 7,889 new cases pushing its nationwide case tally to 576,952, as UK reports nearly 1,500 deaths in another day and Johnson's ministers accused of downplaying covid-19 crisis - 20 June 2020: Covid-19 may have been in Italy as early as December 2019, according to new research
20 June 2020 'recovered’ covid-19 patients suffer major ongoing physical, cognitive problems: 20 June 2020: As covid-19 patients recover from the illness, doctors and patients are discovering that pandemic coming from China is leaving the 'recovered' with long-term debilitating physical, cognitive and psychiatric damage, sometimes even in people who only suffered mild symptoms, as patients are suffering from lungs that won’t heal, even months after being discharged from hospital, according to an investigation by Israel’s Channel 12 TV
21 June 2020 Brazil's covid-19 death toll passes 50,000: 21 June 2020: Losing a generation of indigenous leaders to the pandemic, Brazil's covid-19 death toll passes 50,000, as Latin America and Caribbean exceed 2m cases, as Iran reports more than 100 deaths for third day in a row, as Chile deaths rise to more than 7,000, and as six on Trump provocative campaign gathering in Tulsa test positive ahead of rally
22 June 2020 WHO reports record daily global case increase: 22 June 2020: WHO reports record daily global case increase with the total rising by 183,020 in a 24-hour period, as known infections pass 8.9m, as global death toll is at 468.484 according to JHU, as ten worst-affected countries in terms of number of cases include USA, Brazil, Russia, India, United Kingdom, Peru, Spain, Chile, Italy, and Iran, and as Delhi will transform luxury hotels into covid-19 care centres
23 June 2020 covid-19 numbers surge globally: 23 June 2020: Covid-19 numbers surge globally as many nations ease lockdowns, as cases increase in south and west of USA, as Brazil, with more than 1.1 million cases and 51,000 deaths, has been affected more than anywhere but the USA, which has reported more than 2.3 million cases and 120,000 deaths, as India records about 15,000 new infections each day considering new measures, amid resurgence in Australia and South Korea despite earlier success, and as Beijing regime also reports new cases
24 June 2020 number of covid-19 victims in Latin America surpassed 100,000: 24 June 2020: Number of covid-19 victims in Latin America surpassed 100,000 on Tuesday, as seven states report record covid-19 hospitalisations in the USA with underfunded public health capabilities, 'brought ... to its knees' struggling with more than 2.3 million confirmed cases and more than 121,000 deaths so far, as Macron's contract tracing app in France uninstalled by 460,000 concerned citizens
25 June 2020 covid-19 cases worldwide growing by 1m per week: 25 June 2020: Covid-19 cases worldwide growing by 1m per week, as Latin American death toll expected to reach 390,000 by October, as USA has recorded a one-day total of 34,700 new covid-19 cases and Texas hospitals near capacity, as Beijing regime has reported newly confirmed cases amid mass testing in Beijing among 83,4449 cases since the virus was first detected in the central Chinese city of Wuhan last year
26 June 2020 Europe battles fresh covid-19 surges as new USA infections skyrocket: 26 June 2020: Covid-19 continues to pummel Latin America, as Europe battles fresh covid-19 surges, as new USA infections skyrocket, and as a few dozen tourists wearing protective masks braved scorching heat in Paris to climb the Eiffel Tower’s iron stairs as it reopens to tourists without the lifts, built on the Champ de Mars for the Exposition Universelle of 1889 held to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Storming of the Bastille, which marked the beginning of French Revolution, and was also seen as a way to stimulate the economy and pull France out of an economic recession
27 June 2020 India passes 500,000 covid-19 cases: 27 June 2020: India reported more than 17,000 new covid-19 cases over the last 24 hours, pushing the country’s total above 500,000, with infections surging in major cities, as pandemic globally reaches 9,767,052 confirmed cases and more young people infected
28 June 2020 confirmed covid-19 cases exceed 10m globally: 28 June 2020: Confirmed covid-19 cases exceed 10m globally, as USA covid-19 death toll passes 125,000, cases top 2.5m, almost 1.2 million cases ahead of Brazil, which has the next-highest number of infections
29 June 2020 covid-19 confirmed deaths pass half a million globally: 29 June 2020: Covid-19 confirmed deaths pass half a million globally, as more than 10 million infections confirmed in 188 countries and territories, as nearly 20,000 new cases in India, as Iran records highest daily death toll, as Beijing regime approves vaccine for use on its threatening military and soldiers, and as pandemic has caused mass unemployment in many countries and lockdowns kept people in their homes, froze economic activity, and fuels rising poverty e.g. in EU's Italy - 28 June 2020: Recovered covid-19 patients are baffling doctors with complaints of freak pains, lungs that just won’t get back to normal, and a range of incapacitating psychological issues, as Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center's Gabriel Izbicki says 'more than half the patients, weeks after testing negative, are still symptomatic', 'what we are seeing is very frightening'
30 June 2020 'The Guardian' explains which countries have the most covid-19 cases and deaths: 30 June 2020: 'The Guardian' explains which countries have the most covid-19 cases and deaths, as pandemic has spread around the planet, sending billions of people into lockdown as health services struggle to cope - 30 June 2020: WHO to send team to China to investigate covid-19 origins, as health body’s chief says 'worst is yet to come’, as USA states reimpose lockdown measures, and as UK imposes local lockdown on city of Leicester
1 July 2020 USA sees another record increase in covid-19 cases: 1 July 2020: USA sees another record increase in covid-19 cases, as Australia puts 300,000 back into lockdown, as tourist flights to Greece resume despite risks, and as global cases near 10.5m
2 July 2020 Russian covid-19 cases pass 660,000: 2 July 2020: Russian covid-19 cases pass 660,000, as Indonesia reports record daily infections rise, as USA has reported another daily record of 52,000 fresh cases in the country’s accelerating, not 'disappearing', pandemic, and as alarm grows over covid-19 spike among young USA citizens
3 July 2020 Brazil covid-19 cases near 1.5m as 48,105 new cases confirmed in one day: 3 July 2020: Brazil covid-19 cases near 1.5m as 48,105 new cases confirmed in one day and as death toll reached 61,884, up from 60,632 yesterday, as 'Fourth of July' USA celebrations increase risk of 'superspreader' events with covid-19 cases already soaring to all-time highs, as global cases near 11m
4 July 2020 WHO found out about covid-19 itself not via Chinese officials and now cases top 11m: 4 July 2020: As covid-19 cases top 11m WHO changes timeline on virus alert, saying it found out about the outbreak itself, not via Chinese officials
5 July 2020 covid-19 plunges Latin America back into poverty and violence: 5 July 2020: Covid-19 plunges Latin America back into poverty and violence, as WHO reports record 200,000 cases in one day, amid surging outbreaks, and as USA nears 130,000 covid-19 deaths and Trump claims victory
6 July 2020 India becomes third worst-affected country by covid-19: 6 July 2020: India becomes third worst-affected country by covid-19, overtaking Russia, as 'The Guardian' shows map of countries with number of confirmed cases of covid-19 - 6 July 2020: Hundreds of scientists say covid-19 is airborne, asking WHO to revise recommendations after WHO said covid-19 pandemic spreads primarily from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth
7 July 2020 11,578,563 confirmed covid-19 cases: 7 July 2020: 11,578,563 confirmed covid-19 cases, 536,831 deaths, and 5,155,118 recovered victims reported by 'The Guardian' as number of cases probably understated for several countries today, since first being recorded late last year in China, and as Hong Kong police in July 2020 have been granted sweeping new powers, including the ability to conduct raids without a warrant and secretly monitor suspects, after laws were imposed on the city Hong Kong by Beijing's unscrupulous regime, proving that there is now a presumptuous dictatorship commanding what is right or wrong for millions
7 July 2020 world losing fight against poverty says UN outgoing special rapporteur: 7 July 2020: 'We squandered a decade' and world losing fight against poverty, says UN academic and outgoing special rapporteur Philip Alston, as goal to eradicate poverty by 2030 'completely off track’, with Covid-19 likely to impoverish millions more
8 July 2020 USA hits 3 million covid-19 cases and leaves WHO: 8 July 2020: USA hits 3 million covid-19 cases, as more states reported record numbers of new infections and Florida faced an impending shortage of intensive care unit hospital beds, as Brazil’s president says Hydroxychloroquine to cure his covid-19 infection, as USA officially notifies World Health Organization of its withdrawal, coming despite virtually no international support for the move amid pandemic - 8 July 2020: Warning of serious brain disorders in people with mild coronavirus symptoms, as UK neurologists publish details of mildly affected or recovering covid-19 patients with serious or potentially fatal brain conditions
9 July 2020 Russia reports 6,509 new covid-19 cases and USA reports record: 9 July 2020: Russia reports 6,509 new covid-19 cases, pushing its official nationwide tally to 707,301, as global cases pass 12m and USA reports 60,000 cases in a day, including victims of Trump rally in Tulsa, that 'likely contributed’ to surge - 9 July 2020: Hunger could kill millions more than covid-19, as starvation looms from Afghanistan to Haiti and pandemic restrictions wipe out incomes and cut food supplies, warns Oxfam
10 July 2020 Idlib schools close and hospitals axe non-urgent surgery amid covid-19: 10 July 2020: Idlib schools close and hospitals axe non-urgent surgery, after Idlib reported first covid-19 case, as Hong Kong closes all schools amid new covid-19 outbreak, suffering under Beijing's rule and dictatorship in a twofold manner, as Japan and Tokyo hits covid-19 high, as Australia limits arrivals, and as countries around the world struggle to contain fresh covid-19 outbreaks
11 July 2020 12,461,714 confirmed covid-19 cases: 11 July 2020: 12,461,714 confirmed covid-19 cases, 559,079 deaths, 5,666,349 recovered victims recorded worldwide since first being recorded late last year in Chinese Hubei province, but concealed by the Beijing regime chasing whistleblowers, then spreading around the world, as India reports record spike of covid-19 cases passing 800,000, pushing several states to bring back lockdowns, despite the punitive economic cost, as countries of all continents face health, social, economic crises and now six months after Beijings crime economies of Pacific islands face collapse over covid-19
12 July 2020 USA sees record of 66,528 new covid-19 cases as pandemic continues: 12 July 2020: USA sees single-day record of 66,528 new covid-19 cases, pandemic deaths take a turn for the worse, and president Trump finally wears a mask, as Iranian regime's Rohani calls for big gatherings such as weddings and wakes to be banned to stem a rise in covid-19 infections as shortly after Rohani's TV speech a police official in Tehran announced the closure of all wedding and mourning venues in the capital until further notice, forgetting millions of Syrians rounded up by Assad, Rohani and Putin, as number of confirmed covid-19 deaths has topped 1,000 in Afghanistan, violence continued to rage across 16 provinces, and closure of education centres is extended until 5 August, as Hungary bans visitors from most of Africa, Asia and some EU countries, as Australia's Sydney covid-19 cluster grows and citizens are told to isolate for two weeks
13 July 2020 Latin America covid-19 deaths pass USA and Canada: 13 July 2020: Latin America covid-19 deaths pass USA and Canada, as WHO reveals fresh record rise in cases worldwide
13 July 2020 recovered covid-19 patients could lose immunity within months: 13 July 2020: Recovered covid-19 patients could lose immunity within months, UK study finds, and - if confirmed by more research - meaning people could catch the virus year after year, and that hopes for getting rid of the virus now depend chiefly on the development of an effective and safe vaccine - 13 July 2020: There is evidence that air pollution significantly increases covid-19 infections, hospital admissions and deaths, according new analysis
14 July 2020 covid-19 restrictions return around world: 14 July 2020: Covid-19 restrictions return around world as cases pass 13m, as India puts Bangalore back into lockdown amid soaring infections, passing at least 900,000 on Monday with almost 24,000 deaths, according to health ministry, as USA records 61,492 new cases and as racial bias dogs USA covid-19 response at every level, as French newborn boy developed inflammation in the brain within days of being born, now reportedly making good recovery due to healthcare workers, and as 'The Guardian' continues to document the lives of medical workers who died helping patients during the pandemic in the USA
15 July 2020 India covid-19 cases top 900,000, Italy's calls for urgent help since February 2020 were ignored by the EU: 15 July 2020: India covid-19 cases top 900,000 as 133m re-enter lockdown, as USA's Florida records new daily death toll high, as new revelations show that Italy's calls for urgent help since February 2020 to the European commission, led by CDU's Ursula von der Leyen, were ignored, as the specifications of Italy’s needs were uploaded into the EU’s Common Emergency Communication and Information System but distress call was met with silence, and then covid-19 swept through Europe and further
16 July 2020 covid-19 cases rise in 41 USA states as Russian state-sponsored hackers target covid-19 vaccine research: 16 July 2020: Covid-19 cases rise in 41 USA states as total number nears 3.5m and 1.3 million more USA citizens filed for unemployment, as Russian state-sponsored hackers target covid-19 vaccine researchers, as super-rich ride coronavirus storm and family fortunes of wealthy increase, with more than three-quarters of global richest people's increase in their already vast family fortunes, despite the economic shock, and as covid-19 pandemic has caused 584,124 confirmed global deaths on 15 July
17 July 2020 USA records 77,300 new covid-19 infections in one day:17 July 2020: USA records the highest one-day total for the pandemic with 77,300 new covid-19 infections, as Brazil cases pass 2m, as India cases top 1m, as Mexican authorities to impose local restrictions, and as economic shock of pandemic coupled with existing grievances makes widespread public uprisings ‘inevitable’, according to new analysis, saying economic impact of covid-19 is a 'tinderbox' that will drive civil unrest and instability in developing countries in the second half of 2020
17 July 2020 in another case recovered Israeli doctor diagnosed with virus: 17 July 2020: In another case Israeli doctor diagnosed with virus, following apparent recovery from covid-19 after first contracting coronavirus in April and then tested negative in May and June
18 July 2020 14,020,247 confirmed covid-19 cases recorded: 18 July 2020: Covid-19 has spread around the planet, counting 14,020,247 confirmed cases, 594,955 deaths, and 6,527,633 recovered victims, as USA and global covid-19 surges, as civil rights and 'Black Lives Matter' activist John Lewis dies, and as USA faces terrifying autumn due to health, economic and social crises worldwide
19 July 2020 worldwide covid-19 deaths pass 600,000: 19 July 2020: Covid-19 cases spreading out of control in Hong Kong, as South Africa cases become fifth-highest worldwide, as worldwide covid-19 deaths pass 600,000, and as pandemic continues to hit certain countries, including Brazil, the UK and the USA, with particular cruelty
20 July 2020 covid-19 has now infected almost 14.5 million people worldwide with 605,000 deaths: 20 July 2020: Belgium sees 66% jump in new covid-19 infections, as virus since 2019 has now infected almost 14.5 million people worldwide and killed more than 605,000, now ranging amid biggest known epidemics including pandemics following the 1918 unusually deadly influenza pandemic with suspected 500 million cases, as South Africa’s death toll from covid-19 brought to 5,033 on Sunday, as first covid-19 death reported in Melanesia, the first in an independent Pacific nation, as governments around the world attempt to stem the spread of pandemic amid soaring infection rates and death tolls and masks made mandatory in more countries including France, where people will risk a fine of $154 starting on 20 July for failure to comply
21 July 2020 USA passes 3.8m covid-19 cases: 21 July 2020: USA passes 3.8m covid-19 cases amid record hospitalisations in seven states, as WHO has warned that South Africa’s growing covid-19 crisis with now 373,000 confirmed cases could be a 'precursor' for outbreaks elsewhere on the continent, and as EU marathon talks delivered a deal on a €750bn covid-19 recovery plan, now facing EU parliament vote and new EU taxation - 21 July 2020: Lebanese health minister says country nearing critical stage in covid-19 cases, also saying lifting of lockdown and travel restrictions led to outbreak in financially strapped nation
22 July 2020 almost a quarter of Delhi's population infected with coronavirus: 22 July 2020: Almost a quarter of Indian Delhi's population of 29 million infected with the covid-19 virus, according to scientists, raising fears there could be many more cases in the country of 1.3bn people, as WHO reports worrying infection trends in southern Europe and Balkans, saying Americas remain global hotspot but pandemic accelerating also in Africa, exceeding 750,000 cases, as Australia will unveil the largest budget deficit since World War II, reflecting the substantial fiscal support rolled out during the covid-19 pandemic and a deterioration in revenue because of a contraction in activity
23 July 2020 South Africa worst-hit country in Africa: 23 July 2020: South Africa records 60% rise in excess deaths, suggesting high covid-19 toll, as with more than 10,000 cases reported daily, nation becomes worst-hit country in Africa, as global numbers rise to 15,193,933 confirmed cases, 622,017 deaths and 7,186,571 recovered victims, and as covid-19 kills scores of health workers in war-torn Yemen
24 July 2020 WHO reports greatest single-day increase in global covid-19 cases: 24 July 2020: WHO reports the greatest single-day increase in global covid-19 cases yet seen, with the total rising by 284,196 in 24 hours, as biggest increases by country were from the USA, Brazil, India and South Africa, as EU's Spain, France and Germany weigh up new lockdown measures after July resurgence
25 July 2020 almost 40 countries reported record single-day increases in covid-19 infections over the past week: 25 July 2020: Almost 40 countries reported record single-day increases in covid-19 infections over the past week, around double the number that did so the previous week, as rate of cases has been increasing not only in USA, Brazil and India, which have dominated global headlines with large outbreaks, but in Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, Bolivia, Sudan, Ethiopia, Bulgaria, Belgium, Uzbekistan and Israel, among others, as USA records fourth day of 1,000-plus deaths and USA's cases pass 4m cases under the Trump administration - 25 juillet 2020: Le soutien aux réponses des gouvernements face à la crise du nouveau coronavirus s’érode dans plusieurs pays comme le Royaume-Uni, les États-Unis ou le Japon, selon une étude internationale publiée samedi par le cabinet KekstCNC, conduite dans six pays comprenant France, Royaume-Uni, Allemagne, Japon, États-Unis et Suède
26 July 2020 global covid-19 cases pass 16m: 26 July 2020: Global covid-19 cases pass 16m, as WHO says 1m cases reported per week for last five weeks, as North Korea's regime declares state of emergency imposing a lockdown on Kaesong after a person returned from South Korea with symptoms of the pandemic, and as northern country is under economic pressure because of international sanctions over its nuclear programme, and as Victoria records 459 new covid-19 cases and 10 deaths in Australia’s deadliest day in pandemic
27 July 2020 global covid-19 deaths near 650,000: 27 July 2020: Global covid-19 deaths near 650,000 as cases climb by over 250,000 for four straight days, as cases rise across Asia, as Hong Kong imposes restrictions, as biggest daily rise in new cases in China since April reported, as covid-19 world map shows 'most severe health emergency' the world and WHO has faced, and as BBC reveals new evidence of Chinese regime's covid-19 cover-up in December/January
28 July 2020 covid-19 still accelerating warns WHO: 28 July 2020: Covid-19 still accelerating, warns WHO, as Hong Kong sees triple-digit rise for sixth straight day, as daily deaths in Iran hit record level, as number of confirmed covid-19 related deaths has reached 1,270 in Afghanistan, as restrictions return in Europe, as 'Twitter' limits some of Donald Trump Jr’s account features after the president’s son reshared false claims about the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as a covid-19 treatment, and as USA's covid-19 death toll approaches 150,000
29 July 2020 USA's deadliest summer day of covid-19 pandemic originating from China: 29 July 2020: USA sees deadliest day of summer in covid-19 outbreak, as more than 1,300 lives lost from pandemic originating from China in the USA yesterday, as virus takes heavy toll in south Texas, as Portland protesters unleash fury over Trumps's 'agent provocateur' policy against BlackLivesMatter movement, mishandling of covid-19, his ignorance and failures concerning USA's economic crisis, and evoked surge of hateful incidents against Americans of color, as covid-19 data include 16.677.281 confirmed global cases and 658.287 total deaths worldwide
30 July 2020 global covid-19 infections pass 17m: 30 July 2020: Global covid-19 infections pass 17m, as USA passed 150,000 fatalities on Wednesday, as Brazil’s outbreak set a national daily record on Wednesday with 69,074 new confirmed cases, as Australia sees record daily case rise
31 July 2020 covid-19: 31 July 2020: French and Spanish covid-19 cases at highest level in weeks, also climbing in Russian and Germany, as chairman James Clyburn at USA house hearing on pandemic says level of death and hospitalizations is 'unacceptable', slamming the Trump administration that had 'still not developed and implemented a national strategy to protect' the people, as death toll has now reached 152,075 victims amid almost 4.5 million confirmed cases
1 August 2020 confirmed global covid-19 cases pass 17.5m: 1 August 2020: Latest global covid-19 data include 17.501.755 total cases, 286.051 new daily cases, 676.644 total deaths and 6.266 new daily deaths, as most affected countries include USA, Brazil, India, Russia, Mexico, United Kingdom and France, Italy and Spain, Peru, Iran, Colombia, Chile, Germany, Belgium, South Africa, and China
2 August 2020 Mexico covid-19 deaths are world’s third highest: 2 August 2020: Mexico covid-19 deaths are world’s third highest, as seven officials from 'Zhongguo' China, after spreading covid-19 to the world, misleading and deceiving the world, threatening its neighbours, were due to arrive in Hong Kong on Sunday, the first members of a 60-person health official team, additional to police and wellknown brutal military, as countries around the world including the USA, the UK and Spain reimpose varying degrees of lockdowns against the brutal coronavirus from China
3 August 2020 Iran's covid-19 death toll three times higher than admitted: 3 August 2020: Iran's covid-19 death toll three times higher than admitted, as government papers reveal total is more than 42,000, far above official toll of 17,000, and as spokeswoman said that 215 people had died in the past 24 hours, as USA reported record 1.87m new covid-19 cases in July and total of 4,665,544 cases
4 August 2020 global covid-19 pandemic has reached 18.196.752 cases: 4 August 2020: Global covid-19 pandemic has reached 18.196.752 cases, 691.135 total deaths, 202.485 new daily cases and 4.332 new daily deaths, as UN warns of 'catastrophe' over school closures
5 August 2020 gobal covid-19 pandemic has reached 18,624,056 cases and 702,479 deaths: 5 August 2020: France records two-month high in new covid-19 cases, Spain sees highest daily infections since June, as gobal covid-19 pandemic has reached 18,624,056 cases and 702,479 deaths
6 August 2020 global covid-19 pandemic reaches 18.835.986 cases, 708.278 total deaths: 6 August 2020: Global covid-19 pandemic has reached 18.835.986 cases, 708.278 total deaths, Johns Hopkins University says
8 August 2020 covid-19 in India, Brazil and worldwide: 8 August 2020: Tens of thousands of women working in frontline healthcare in India, the world’s third worst-affected country by covid-19 caseload, have gone on strike to demand better pay and protection, as country has more than 2 million confirmed cases of covid-19, and has recorded more than 42,000 deaths, as Brazil's covid-19 deaths near 100,000 victims and ex-health minister attacks Bolsonaro over president’s ‘misguided’ handling of crisis that has failed to comfort families
9 August 2020 USA passes 5m covid-19 cases: 9 August 2020: USA passes 5m covid-19 cases amid anger over economic relief impasse, as for months scientist Natalia Pasternak has implored Brazilians to take science and coronavirus seriously, now seeing Brazil covid-19 deaths hit 100,000 owed to Bolsonaro
10 August 2020 global covid-19 cases near 20 million: 10 August 2020: Global covid-19 cases near 20 million
11 August 2020 in grim landmark world passes 20 million confirmed covid-19 cases: 11 August 2020: In grim landmark, world passes 20 million confirmed covid-19 cases, as death toll is expected to surpass 750,000 in a matter of days as the global health crisis that began late last year in China, promoted by regime's repression, rages on, as French and Dutch on alert over rise in cases, and as USA healthcare worker deaths with now 922 victims remain under investigation by the Guardian and KHN
12 August 2020 Russia's confirmed covid-19 case tally rose to 902,701: 12 August 2020: Russia's confirmed covid-19 case tally, the fourth largest in the world, rose to 902,701 after officials reported 5,102 new infections and an official death toll of 15,260 victims, as Israel surpasses China in total covid-19 cases with 1,766 new ones confirmed
13 August 2020 India sees covid-19 cases jump nearly 67,000 in one day: 13 August 2020: India sees covid-19 cases jump nearly 67,000 in one day, as also French, Dutch and German state on alert over rise in cases
14 August 2020 Italy orders travellers from Spain, Croatia, Malta and Greece to be tested as covid-19 cases rise: 14 August 2020: Italy orders travellers from Spain, Croatia, Malta and Greece to be tested as covid-19 cases rise, and as France and Spain report highest post-lockdown cases
15 August 2020 covid-19 remains 'On the Move': 15 August 2020: Spain sees covid-19 cases surge again, after one of Europe’s deadliest outbreaks appeared under control, as pandemic remains 'On the Move' and more countries struggle
16 August 2020 countries recording another new high in covid-19 infections and new measures: 16 August 2020: France and Italy recorded new high in post-lockdown infections, set to announce new measures, as Spanish regions have begun implementing a slew of measures aimed at slowing down one of Europe’s highest rates of infection, and as almost 300,000 people worldwide test positive for virus in 24 hours, the highest daily increase of the pandemic so far
17 August 2020 fears over spread of covid-19 into India's poor rural areas: 17 August 2020: fears over spread of covid-19 into India's poor rural areas, entering a dangerous new phase of rising infections in small towns and villages with limited access to healthcare, as Japan GDP falls at annual rate of 27.8% and Australia suffers deadliest day
18 August 2020 global covid-19 pandemic has reached 21.751.335 cases, 769.980 total deaths: 18 August 2020: Global covid-19 pandemic has reached 21.751.335 cases, 769.980 total deaths, 209.672 new daily cases and 4.130 new daily deaths, as USA counts 5.438.325 confirmed cases, Brazil counts 3.359.570 confirmed cases, India counts 2.702.681 confirmed cases, Russia counts 925.558 confirmed cases, and South Africa counts 589.886 confirmed cases, according to JHU - 18 August 2020: The truth in healthcare, society, economy, politics, all over, is vital, daughter Kristin Urquiza reports, condemning Trump’s efforts to downplay the threat posed by covid-19, reporting her father, who voted for Trump in 2016, also listened to the president when it came to covid-19, learning the lesson too late
19 August 2020: Iran covid-19 death toll exceeds 20,000 victims: 19 August 2020: Iran covid-19 death toll exceeds 20,000 victims, the highest in crises shaken Middle East amid wars of dictatorships, as global cases pass 22m and as Australia to provide vaccines to 'Pacific family' - 19 August 2020: With long-range missiles, Assad regime forces target positions hit in yesterday’s airstrikes by Russian jets, amid intensive bombardment on Jabal Al-Zawiyah - 19 August 2020: Syria deadliest place to be an aid worker, amid global 30% rise in attacks, as ability to carry out humanitarian work in most dangerous conflict-hit regions threatened by local NGO staff being caught in crossfire, according to 'Aid Worker Security Database' report
20 August 2020 European countries registering an average of 26,000 new cases a day as covid-19 remains 'On the Move': 20 August 2020: WHO says European countries registering an average of 26,000 new covid-19 cases a day, as India records highest daily infections with 69,672 cases, and as Ukraine, under attack from Russian Putin regime since 2014, overtakes China in number of registered covid-19 cases
21 August 2020 pressure grows in India over rise in covid-19 infections: 21 August 2020: Pressure grows in India over rise in covid-19 infections, as Lebanon imposes partial lockdown after Beirut blast and Italy records biggest daily infection rise since May
22 August 2020 WHO 'hopes' covid-19 pandemic will finish in less than two years as global covid-19 cases on the rise: 22 August 2020: WHO 'hopes' covid-19 pandemic will finish in less than two years, as covid-19 cases again on the rise also across Europe, as France reports 4,711 new infections over the past 24 hours, a new post-lockdown record, as Iranian regime reports 356.792 admitted cases, as Iraq has registered 4,000 new cases, bringing its recorded total to over 201.050 and 6.353 deaths, as Russian regime has reported 4,921 new cases, pushing its confirmed national tally up to 951,897 admitted cases, imported from China under the Beijing regime
23 August 2020 India passes 3m covid-19 cases: 23 August 2020: India passes 3m covid-19 cases, as South Korea sees biggest surge since March and Mexico passes 60,000 deaths
24 August 2020 Hong Kong citizen's second covid-19 infection gives rise to immunity concerns: 24 August 2020: Hong Kong citizen's second covid-19 infection gives rise to immunity concerns, as citizen cleared of virus in April but has now tested positive again
25 August 2020 countries warned of dire impact of second covid-19 lockdown: 25 August 2020: Spain's officials warned of dire impact of second covid-19 lockdown, as is still reeling from its earlier confinement amid ongoing pandemic, and as Gaza in lockdown after first confirmed cases outside quarantine emerge
26 August 2020 Iran's covid-19 death toll exceeds 21,000 as India passes 3.2m covid-19 cases: 26 August 2020: Iran's covid-19 death toll exceeds 21,000, as India passes 3.2m covid-19 cases
27 August 2020 India records highest daily case tally as deaths exceed 60,000: 27 August 2020: India has passed 60,000 deaths from covid-19 and reported its highest daily case rise of more than 75,000 as there are growing concerns about the spread of the virus to rural area
28 August 2020 India sets new national daily covid-19 case record but Trump's tally remains first: 28 August 2020: India sets new national daily covid-19 case record, reporting more than 77,000 new cases, just shy of the global one-day record tally held by USA under Trump, as face masks become mandatory in Paris amid rising French covid-19 cases with 6,111 new cases in the previous day, as Germany tries to ban large events amid rise in covid-19 cases, and as poorest countries face lost decade due to covid-19, according to IMF
29 August 2020 covid-19 has killed at least 838,271 people since 2019 outbreak in China: 29 August 2020: Covid-19 has killed at least 838,271 people since the outbreak emerged in China last December and at least 24,795,760 cases have been registered, as the USA remains the worst-hit country with 181,779 deaths from 5,918,381 cases
30 August 2020 global covid-19 case number passes 25 million: 30 August 2020: More than 25 million people around the world have been infected with covid-19, according to the Johns Hopkins University
31 August 2020 USA nears 6m covid-19 cases: 31 August 2020: USA nears 6m covid-19 cases, as Midwestern states report record infections, and as Russia reports almost 5,000 new cases
1 September 2020 USA tops 6m covid-19 cases as India adds nearly 2m covid-19 cases in August: 1 September 2020: India adds nearly 2m covid-19 cases in August, as its economy shrinks nearly 24%, as Russia cases exceed 1m, as Hong Kong launches mass testing, while USA tops 6m cases as some states post record daily totals
2 September 2020 schools reopen across Europe as covid-19 cases grow: 2 September 2020: Schools reopen across Europe as covid-19 cases grow
3 September 2020 India records daily rise of 83,883 covid-19 cases: 3 September 2020: India records daily rise of 83,883 covid-19 cases, as USA's Trump administration plans immediate cut to WHO funding
4 September 2020 India reported a daily jump of 83,341 covid-19 infections: 4 September 2020: India reported a daily jump of 83,341 covid-19 infections on Friday, taking its tally to 3.94 million, as Asia’s worst-hit country closes in on Brazil as the world’s second most affected nation, as ministry also said 1,096 more people died from covid-19, taking the toll to 68,472
5 September 2020 India passes 4 million covid-19 cases: 5 September 2020: India becomes 3rd country to pass 4 million covid-19 cases, as pandemic that initially ravaged giant cities is now in almost every state, as Russia reported 5,205 new cases on Saturday, pushing its national tally to 1,020,310, the fourth largest in the world, and as Iran on Saturday opened the new school year after nearly seven months of closure despite concern over a possible increase in infections, having now 382,772 confirmed cases
7 September 2020 India second-worst covid-19 hit country behind the USA: 7 September 2020: India’s increasing covid-19 caseload made the country the pandemic’s second-worst-hit behind the USA on Monday, recording 90,802 new cases and 1,016 deaths, as worst affected state continues to be Maharashtra, home to the financial capital Mumbai, and as its efforts to head off economic disaster gain urgency
8 September 2020 India suffers most daily covid-19 deaths in a month: 8 September 2020: India suffers most daily covid-19 deaths in a month as global toll passes 890,000, as Spain becomes first country in western Europe to record half a million covid-19 cases, and as death rate in the USA from covid-19 among African Americans and Latinos is rising sharply, exacerbating the already staggering racial divide in the impact of the pandemic which has particularly devastated communities of color
10 September 2020 global suffering and admission: 10 September 2020: India sees over 95,000 new covid-19 infections, as USA's Trump admits playing down virus since pandemic arrived in January and total deaths now in September exceed 900,000 victims, and as France’s government will announce new covid-19 measures tomorrow amid jump of cases - 10 September 2020: Central Europe faces worse second covid-19 wave after avoiding worst of first
11 September 2020 India sets global record with 96,000 new covid-19 cases: 11 September 2020: India sets global record with 96,000 new covid-19 cases, growing faster than anywhere else, as 90 citizens test positive in two Swiss care homes, and as France records nearly 10,000 new cases
12 September 2020 India racks up another 97,570 covid-19 infections, as Russia's fourth largest tally in the world is brought to 1,057,362 victims: 12 September 2020: India racks up another 97,570 covid-19 infections, as Russia reported 5,488 new cases on Saturday, bringing its fourth largest tally in the world to 1,057,362 victims, as Philippines reports record daily deaths, and as Brazil deaths climb past 130,000
13 September 2020 European covid-19 outbreaks worsen: 13 September 2020: Spain braces for second wave of covid-19, as European covid-19 outbreaks worsen, and as India has reported 94,372 new cases on Sunday, taking total cases past 4.7 million, as number of deaths rose to 78,586, with 1,114 new deaths
14 September 2020 WHO sees record daily rise in covid-19 cases around world: 14 September 2020: WHO sees record daily rise in covid-19 cases around world, with the total rising by 307,930 in 24 hours, asFrench regions to announce new restrictions, and as Israel becomes first country to reimpose national lockdown
15 September 2020 nearly 30m covid-19 cases worldwide: 15 September 2020: There are nearly 30m covid-19 cases worldwide, according to the Johns Hopkins University tracker, with 29,136,553 confirmed so far, as the number of deaths has passed 925,000
16 September 2020 India’s total covid-19 cases passed 5m: 16 September 2020: India’s total covid-19 cases passed 5m on Wednesday, as pandemic extending its grip on the vast country at an ever faster rate and as India has one the world’s most poorly funded healthcare systems, as USA's Trump says covid-19 will 'go away' because of 'herd mentality', and as WHO says pandemic only beginning
17 September 2020 covid-19 infections surge: 17 September 2020: Covid-19 infections surge in Czech Republic, as India reports 97,894 new cases and deaths are also showing a rise with the country recording more than 1,000 deaths every day for the last two weeks, and as Chinese border city enters ‘wartime’ mode to tackle covid-19 outbreak
18 September 2020 covid-19 cases top 30 million worldwide: 18 September 2020: Covid-19 cases top 30 million worldwide as Europe, accounting for 4.7m of the total, sees fresh surge, as France confirmed record registering 10,593 new confirmed cases over the past 24 hours, pushing the cumulative number to 415,481, as WHO’s regional director warns of 'alarming rates of transmission', and as Israelis brace for unpopular second covid-19 lockdown
19 September 2020 Indonesia reported its biggest daily rise in covid-19 infections: 19 September 2020: Indonesia reported its biggest daily rise in covid-19 infections, with 4,168 new cases, taking the total to 240,687, also reporting 112 new deaths, taking the total to 9,448, the biggest death toll in south-east Asia
20 September 2020 India now has 5.4m covid-19 cases: 20 September 2020: As India now has 5.4m covid-19 cases, the country sees 92,605 new infections, as Indonesia has reported 3,989 new cases, taking the total to 244,676, as covid-19 producer China faces fifth wave, and as Russia has reported 6,148 new cases, taking the national tally of infections to 1,103,399 - 20 September 2020: In Syria's Assad regime-held areas the number of confirmed covid-19 cases jumps to nearly 26,000, 1,300 die so far, while authorities continue misinformation, as most of the infection cases and deaths are still documented in the provinces of Aleppo, Damascus and Rif Dimashq, amid disastrous medical situation
21 September 2020 number of covid-19 infections in Iran has risen by 3,341 in the past 24 hours: 21 September 2020: Covid-19 infections number in Iran has risen by 3,341 in the past 24 hours, taking total cases to 425,481, as 177 people reportedly died in the past day, pushing the official death toll to 24,478, as USA approaches 200,000 deaths, and as India's 'Taj Mahal' reopens despite covid-19 cases continue to rise in Asia's second-most populous country
22 September 2020 UN aid chief says lack of covid-19 help for poor countries will haunt rich nations: 22 September 2020: UN aid chief Mark Lowcock says lack of covid-19 help for poor countries will haunt rich nations for decades to come by their failure, fearing that impact will fuel grievances, conflict, instability and refugee flows, and also saying it was hard to find a single policymaker who contested his analysis, as USA's professional liar Trump wrongly claims covid affects 'virtually' no young people
22 September 2020 plastic face shields ineffective at trapping respiratory aerosols: 22 September 2020: Plastic face shields are almost totally ineffective at trapping respiratory aerosols, casting doubt on their effectiveness in preventing the spread, as simulation using Fugaku, the world’s fastest supercomputer, found that almost 100% of airborne droplets of less than 5 micrometres in size escaped through plastic visors of the kind often used by people working in service industries
23 September 2020 record weekly rise in global covid-19 cases: 23 September 2020: Record weekly rise in global covid-19 cases, as Indonesia reports biggest daily rise in covid-19 cases, as covid-19 deaths increased by 27% in Europe week on week, according to WHO reporting 31.407.014 confirmed global cases, and as USA reaches 200,000 covid-19 deaths, the highest death toll in the world ahead of Brazil, India and Mexico, as California has most cases followed by Texas and Florida, amid fears for coming winter
24 September 2020 Iran recording the highest number of new daily covid-19 infections as worldwide cases rise: 24 September 2020: Iran recording the highest number of new daily covid-19 infections since February, raising fears that the death toll is about the spiral as hospitals once again become overloaded, as global covid-19 data show 31.669.989 total cases and 970.497 total deaths
24 September 2020 'disappeared' citizen journalist reporting on regime's response to covid-19 detained by Chinese regime since February: 24 September 2020: Chinese citizen journalist Chen Qiushi, who reported on Chinese response to covid-19, and who disappeared in February while reporting on China’s early response to the pandemic in Wuhan, has been found, a friend has reported, revealing the young man had been detained by Chinese authorities
25 September 2020 India’s covid-19 case tally surged to 5.82m behind the USA where infections neared 7m: 25 September 2020: India’s covid-19 case tally surged to 5.82m after it recorded 86,052 new infections in the past day with the second-highest number of behind the USA where infections neared 7m
26 September 2020 7,523 new covid-19 cases in Russia as USA shows citizens in their 20s main drivers of virus over summer: 26 September 2020: 7,523 new covid-19 cases in Russia, as USA passes 7m covid-19 cases, rising by tens of thousands every day as CDC report shows citizens in their 20s main drivers of virus over summer
27 September 2020 in France a third of new covid-19 clusters reportedly in schools and universities: 27 September 2020: In France a doctors’ leader has warned that the latest wave of covid-19 pandemic could 'overwhelm' the country amid exhaustion on the part of health workers, amid reports that a third of the new clusters are in schools and universities, as France reports 14,000 new cases, as Colombia tops 800,000 cases, as Argentina passes 700,000, as five of the world’s 10 worst affected countries are in Central or South America, including Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Mexico and Argentina, and as Johns Hopkins data now shows 992,984 deaths, with the USA accounting for nearly 20% of them
28 September 2020 confirmed covid-19 infections worldwide passed 33m as death toll stands at 997,737 victims: 28 September 2020: Number of confirmed covid-19 infections worldwide has passed 33m, as death toll has moved closer to 1m and currently stands at 997,737 victims, 997,737 too much for a planet whose residents can move to the moon and further away
29 September 2020 world suffered the loss of more than one million people in just 9 months: 29 September 2020: The world has suffered the loss of more than one million people in just 9 months since covid-19 first emerged in China's Wuhan, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, who rely on official government data, as current total is 1,000,555 victims
30 September 2020 Ukraine, Slovakia and Romania register record covid-19 case highs: 30 September 2020: Ukraine, Slovakia and Romania register record covid-19 case highs
1 October 2020 covid-19 cases rise: 1 October 2020: Africa approaching 1.5m covid-19 cases across its 54 countries, as Italy could extend government powers to January, and as record cases high in Ukraine
2 October 2020 covid-19 death toll in India is nearing the grim milestone of 100,000: 2 October 2020: Covid-19 death toll in India is nearing the grim milestone of 100,000, as India’s deaths are the third-highest worldwide, after Brazil with 143,952 and the USA with 207,651, and as USA's president and his wife test positive for covid-19
3 October 2020 34.658.163 confirmed covid-19 cases and 1.029.318 global deaths: 3 October 2020: Johns Hopkins University reports 34.658.163 confirmed covid-19 cases and 1.029.318 global deaths
4 October 2020 covid-19 close to 35m cases globally: 4 October 2020: Covid-19 close to 35 million cases globally, with USA, India, Brazil, Russia and Colombia the worst hit, as Russia passes 10,000 new infections for first time since 15 May
5 October 2020 covid-19 cases rise: 5 October 2020: Russia’s daily tally of new covid-19 cases rose to its highest since 12 May on Monday as authorities reported 10,888 new infections nationwide, including 3,537 in Moscow, as New York mayor bids to shut schools and businesses in covid-19 hotspots and USA records more than 50,000 new cases and total deaths nearing 210,000, as French capital on 'maximum alert' with restrictions on public gatherings amid sharp rise in the number of infections among the 20-30 age group
6 October 2020 ongoing covid-19 crisis: 6 October 2020: India’s total covid-19 cases rose by 61,267 in the last 24 hours to 6.69 million, as deaths from infections rose by 884 to 103,569
7 October 2020 ongoing global covid-19 crisis: 7 October 2020: Record daily covid-19 cases in Czech Republic, as USA hits 7.5m covid-19 cases and analysis shows cases increasing in 32 states, as Indonesia reports 4,538 new cases on Wednesday, bringing its infections total to 315,714
8 October 2020 known number of covid-19 infections worldwide more than 36m as global death toll is 1,054,674: 8 October 2020: Known number of covid-19 infections worldwide has passed more than 36m cases, with now 5m cases in Brazil, the third-highest total worldwide after India (6.7m) and the USA (7.5m), as the global death toll is 1,054,674 with Brazil’s toll, the second-highest after the USA with more than 211,000 dead, at nearly 150,000
9 October 2020 WHO reports nearly 340,000 new covid-19 cases: 9 October 2020: WHO reports nearly 340,000 new covid-19 cases worldwide
10 October 2020 global covid-19 crisis: 10 October 2020: India reports 73,000 new covid-19 cases, as Europe records 100,000 daily cases for first time, as France sets daily record 20,000 cases, as Spain declares emergency in Madrid, as Berlin emerges as hotspot, and as China's Beijing regime continues to persecute Democrats
11 October 2020 suffering covid-19 world: 11 October 2020: India cases pass 7m covid-19 cases with another 74,383 infections in the past day, as Russia suffered its worst day yet for new infections reporting 13,634 new cases in 24 hours, as Brazil surpassed the grim milestone of 150,000 covid-19 deaths on Saturday, as Iran has registered its worst daily toll with 251 deaths in 24 hours and the total number of identified cases rose above 500,000 in the worst-hit country in the Middle Eas, as number of new infections in France jumped to over 26,000 in one day for the first time, as Czech Republic has recorded Europe’s fastest rate of growth in new cases per capita in recent weeks, and as 170 Lebanese villages and towns will go into lockdown for the next week as country grapples with record numbers of covid-19 cases
12 October 2020 amid ongoing covid-19 crisis French PM says 'the second wave is here': 12 October 2020: Amid ongoing covid-19 crisis French PM says 'the second wave is here', as global covid-19 cases are nearing 37.5m, as surging infections in India as well as the USA and Europe contribute to higher daily totals that show no sign of slowing, as the death toll worldwide stands at 1,075,848, and as French Polynesia’s president Edouard Fritch has tested positive on returning to Tahiti from France
13 October 2020 covid-19 second wave in Europe gathers pace across continent: 13 October 2020: Covid-19 second wave in Europe gathers pace across continent, as Russia reports record daily covid-19 cases and deaths, bringing the official death toll to 22,966
14 October 2020 covid-19 global news: 14 October 2020 covid-19 news presented by 'The Guardian', as global infections passed 38 million with 38.195.651 cases according to the Johns Hopkins University
15 October 2020 India is bracing for surge of covid-19 cases in coming weeks with an economy freed of virus restrictions: 15 October 2020: India is bracing for a surge of covid-19 cases in coming weeks as it heads into its main holiday season with an economy freed of virus restrictions, as European Commission says governments are not yet prepared for a rise in infections, as IMF says more must be done to tackle rising poverty, unemployment and inequality despite record public debts, urging governments to borrow and calling for strong international cooperation to tackle rising levels of poverty, as covid-19 producer China - the largest creditor to African and south-east Asian countries - has resisted attempts to allow for debt write-offs in loan deals
16 October 2020 covid-19 global map: 16 October 2020: As India reports 896.924 new covid-19 cases and 11.319 new deaths in last two weeks, John Hopkins University reports 38.692.442 confirmed global cases and 1.091.916 total deaths on 16 October
17 October 2020 number of USA covid-19 cases surpasses 8 million following demagogic Trump: 17 October 2020: Number of USA covid-19 cases surpasses 8 million, as Russia records 14,922 new cases, pushing the national tally to 1,384,235, as Ukraine reports a record 6,410 new cases in past day, and a total of 293,641 cases with 5,517 deaths, as France reports 25,086 new daily infections and 1.102 new deaths in last two weeks, and as Brazil reports 5.200.300 total cases and 153.214 deaths
18 October 2020 Russia shuns tough restrictions even as infections soar, also globally: 18 October 2020: Russia shuns tough restrictions even as infections soar, as the outbreak in Russia this month is breaking the records set in the spring, when a lockdown to slow the spread of the virus was put in place, as USA records highest daily total since July with more than 68,000 new covid-19 cases, further confirmation the country is in the midst of a covid-19 resurgence, as globally there have been 39.7m confirmed cases and 1.1m deaths, including the USA with nearly 8.1m confirmed cases, followed by India's 7.4m, Brazil's 5.2m cases, as Europe is the emerging epicentre of the current wave with a third of all new cases worldwide detected in western European countries - 18 October 2020: Covid-19 virus 'SARS-CoV-2' survives on skin for 9 hours, 5 times longer than flu, increasing the risk of contact transmission, as virus has infected nearly 40 million people around the world since it first emerged in China late last year, new study shows
19 October 2020 global covid-19 cases pass 40m with 1,113,750 deaths, most of which have been in the USA: 19 October 2020: Global covid-19 cases pass 40m with 1,113,750 deaths, most of which have been in the USA, followed by Brazil and India, as USA cases rise in 48 states
21 October 2020 Czech Republic shuts shops to curb Europe’s fastest growth in covid-19 cases: 21 October 2020: Czech Republic shuts shops to curb Europe’s fastest growth in covid-19 cases, as Russia recorded 15,700 new infections as well as a daily record high of 317 deaths, as the country of about 145 million people has recorded 1,447,335 confirmed infections and 24,952 deaths since January, and as Spain is nearing a total of a million confirmed infections so far, and more than 34,000 people have died
22 October 2020 seven countries worldwide with more than one million covid-19 cases: 22 October 2020: After Spain became first western European country to pass 1m covid-19 cases, France joins and there are now seven countries worldwide with more than one million cases, including the USA (8,329,044), India (7,651,107), Brazil (5,273,954), Russia (1,438,219), Argentina (1,037,325), Spain and France, as German cases rise by over 10,000 for first time in pandemic
23 October 2020 ongoing search for solutions respecting health and economic issues amid global covid-19 crisis: 23 October 2020: As Spain’s PM Sánchez says the true number of cases in the country is three times the million infections officially recorded, countries continue search for solutions respecting health and economic issues amid global covid-19 crisis
24 October 2020 USA daily covid-19 record amid warning of more deaths in the coming months: 24 October 2020: USA daily covid-19 record with a total of more than 81,000 cases on Friday amid warning of more deaths in the coming months, as latest global covid-19 data show 41.946.888 total cases, 1.137.560 deaths and 506.570 new daily cases
25 October 2020 USA, France, Italy, Austria and Greece report record increases in covid-19 cases: 25 October 2020: USA, France, Italy, Austria and Greece report record increases in cases, as Spain prepares for third state of emergency, as USA's Dr Anthony Fauci says Trump not following science amid worldwide pandemic, and as latest global covid-19 JHU data include 42.313.524 confirmed total cases and 1.142.206 total deaths
26 October 2020 USA's White House chief of staff says 'we're not going to control pandemic': 26 October 2020: USA sees new covid-19 high, as confirmed global covid-19 data today show 43.121.946 total cases and 1.154.746 total deaths, including 225.239 deaths in the USA, as White House chief of staff says 'we're not going to control pandemic', after Pence staffers test positive
27 October 2020 covid-19 deaths rising across USA: 27 October 2020: Covid-19 deaths are rising again in the USA with average deaths per day across the country up 10% over the past two weeks, with cases climbing in practically every state, despite assurances from Trump over the weekend that 'we're rounding the turn, we're doing great', as global survey shows widespread disapproval of covid response, as people in most of 25 countries think governments failed to act well or quickly, as latest global covid-19 JHU data include 43.195.053 total cases and 1.152.008 deaths, as survey uncovers widespread belief in 'dangerous' covid-19 conspiracy theories and false claims that pandemic is a hoax or was started deliberately, attracting adherents around world, and as WHO tells countries ‘not to give up’ as virus fatigue sets in
27 October 2020 China's Beijing regime loses trust internationally over covid-19 handling: 27 October 2020: China's Beijing regime appears to have comprehensively lost the international battle for hearts and minds over its handling of covid-19 with most people believing it was responsible for the start of the outbreak and was not transparent about the problem at the outset, as findings come from YouGov-Cambridge Globalism Project, a survey of 26,000 people in 25 countries, designed with the Guardian
28 October 2020 USA adds nearly 500,000 covid-19 cases in a week amid global crisis: 28 October 2020: USA adds nearly 500,000 covid-19 cases in a week, Russia and Ukraine report record deaths, Germany confirms increased 14,964 new infections, Europe faces more lockdowns, as China reports highest cases in two months with more 42 new cases
29 October 2020 as countries try to contain record infections large China outbreak linked to Xinjiang forced labour: 29 October 2020: As USA's covid-19 taskforce warns of ‘unrelenting’ spread, as large China outbreak linked to Xinjiang forced labour, as India passes 8m cases, European countries are seeing record infections and impose more restrictions to contain pandemic
31 October 2020 USA sets world record for daily covid-19 cases: 31 October 2020: USA sets world record for daily covid-19 cases as Europe passes 10m infections
1 November 2020 USA keeps world record in global covid-19 disaster: 1 November 2020: USA keeps world record for daily covid-19 cases, as India has counted more than 8.1 million cases and 122,111 lost lives, as Brazil has recorded over 5.5 million cases and 159,884 deaths, as Russia has confirmed 1.6 million cases and 28,026 deaths, as Iran death toll hits daily record of 434, as France has recorded 1.4 million cases and 36,826 victims amid further rise of infections in Europe and 45.791.384 confirmed global cases and 1.188.174 deaths
2 November 2020 global covid-19 deaths pass 1.2m: 2 November 2020: 1,200,361 people have now died from covid-19, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, as the USA leads the death toll with 230,972 deaths, followed by Brazil (160,074) and India (122,607)
3 November 2020 lying Beijing regime writes its covid-19 response propaganda into school curriculum as world suffers: 3 November 2020: China's lying Beijing regime writes its covid-19 response propaganda into school curriculum as world suffers, as overall covid-19 death toll is 1,206,398 people, and as total number of confirmed cases in the world exceeded 46.8 million patients as of November 3
4 November 2020 highest USA covid-19 patients number in three months: 4 November 2020: Highest USA covid-19 patients number in three months, as Poland reports record 24,692 new infections and 373 deaths, as France sees 854 new deaths and 36,330 new cases, and as rich states’ future covid-19 deals 'may deprive poor of vaccine for years’
5 November 2020 USA sets record for daily new covid-19 cases average one day after election: 5 November 2020: The USA has set a new record for average daily confirmed covid-19 cases with more than 91,000 new cases, as daily new have increased 45% over the past two weeks to a record seven-day average of 86,352, as deaths are also on the rise, up 15% to an average of 846 deaths every day, as Russia, Poland, Austria, Switzerland see record daily cases, and as new nationwide lockdown in Greece will come into effect this Saturday
6 November 2020 over 200 people in Denmark infected with mink-related covid-19 virus since June: 6 November 2020: More than 200 people in Denmark infected with mink-related covid-19 virus since June, as strain of the virus found in mink being farmed for fur in 207 farms is sufficiently different to raise concerns about what it might mean for future vaccines, as global total cases rise by record of nearly 700,000 infections, as USA records 120,000 new cases on Thursday, smashing Wednesday’s world record
7 November 2020 USA recorded more than 120,000 new daily covid-19 infections as Europe has surged past 300,000 deaths: 7 November 2020: USA's Texas state is closing in on its one millionth case of covid-19, as USA has also recorded more than 120,000 new daily infections, as Europe has surged past 300,000 deaths and countries wrestle to bring the virus under control, with two-thirds of the tally coming from the UK, Italy, France, Spain and Russia, as France recorded its highest one-day total since the pandemic began, recording more than 60,000 cases and 828 deaths in 24 hours
8 Novemer 2020 USA confirms more than 126,000 daily covid-19 cases as Joe Biden will replace Trump as president: 8 November 2020: Covid-19 related deaths in France exceeds 40,000 for the first time, as number of daily cases in Germany increases by 16,017 over weekend, and as USA confirms more than 126,000 covid-19 cases in new record
9 November 2020 Iran’s new covid-19 infections has crossed the 10,000 mark: 9 November 2020: Iran’s daily novel covid-19 infections has crossed the 10,000 mark, as latest official figure of 10,463 positive pandemic cases in a 24-hour period comes only three days after the Islamic Republic exceeded 9,000, bringing its caseload to 692,949 and raising the country’s overall number of fatalities to 38,749, as global covid-19 cases pass 50m with USA worst affected country
10 November 2020 covid-19 death toll in Europe is set to pass 300,000: 10 November 2020: Covid-19 death toll in Europe is set to pass 300,000, as authorities fear that despite hopes for a new vaccine, fatalities and infections will continue to rise as the region heads into winter - 10 November 2020: Nearly one in five Covid patients later diagnosed with mental illness, study shows
11 November 2020 Russia reports daily record high of 432 new covid-19 deaths, as USA sees record hospitalisations: 11 November 2020: Russia reports daily record high of 432 new covid-19 deaths, as USA sees record hospitalisations
12 November 2020 Iran’s covid-19 death toll increases by 457 as Russia reports new record high number of covid-19 deaths today: 12 November 2020: Iran’s covid-19 death toll increases by 457, as Russia reports new record high number of covid-19 deaths today, as USA confirms record new cases with more than 1m new cases in past 10 days, and as Delhi covid-19 crisis made worse by soaring air pollution
13 November 2020 global highest daily covid-19 death toll of covid-19 pandemic as USA confirms world record of 143,231 daily covid-19 cases: 13 November 2020: The world has suffered the highest death toll of covid-19 pandemic so far, with 11,617 people dying in 24 hours, as the number of cases confirmed was at more than 666,000 in a day, and as the USA confirmed a world record 143,231 covid-19 cases in 24 hours
14 November 2020 Russian regime reports record daily increase of 22,702 new covid-19 infections: 14 November 2020: Russian regime has reported a record daily increase of 22,702 new covid-19 infections in country, taking the national tally to 1,903,253, as twice suffering Ukraine also announces record rise in infections, announcing 12,524 cases in the past 24 hour
15 November 2020 USA records 177,000 new covid-19 cases as global crises progress: 15 November 2020: USA records 177,000 new covid-19 cases, as Washington sees crowds of densely packed Trump supporters without masks, as German minister predicts five more months of 'severe restrictions', as Greece shuts primary schools and limits public gatherings, and as UN food agency warns 2021 will be worse than 2020 amid ongoing and even escalating wars, conflicts, disasters, refugee crises and covid-19 pandemic exported from China
16 November 2020 USA records 11m covid cases amid efforts to stem spread, as Chinese journalist detained since May for warning the world: 16 November 2020: Russian and Iranian regime report worst daily covid-19 increase, as USA records 11 million cases, coming as federal states announce new efforts to stem the spread and one million infections are reported in one week, as Chinese citizen journalist Zhang Zhan detained since May for reporting on the covid-19 outbreak from Wuhan facing jail in China for Wuhan covid reporting and warning the world, held in a detention facility in Shanghai - 20 March 2020: Beijing regime's attacks on press freedom in China intensify after the covid-19 outbreak since November/December 2019
17 November 2020 54.561.270 covid-19 cases and 1.315.384 total deaths: 17 November 2020 globally 54.561.270 confirmed covid-19 cases, 1.315.384 total deaths, 535.993 new daily cases and 8.084 new daily deaths
18 November 2020 covid-19 vaccines discussion amid surge of pandemic: 18 November 2020: Covid-19 vaccines discussion begins worldwide as USA's Trump administration has 'checked out' amid surge of pandemic, experts say
19 November 2020 USA 'first' passes grim landmark of 250,000 covid-19 deaths: 19 November 2020: USA 'first' passes grim landmark of 250,000 covid-19 deaths, Japan sees record daily infections, Russia exceeds 2m cases, as hospital doctor Perpetual Uke, who gave birth to twins in covid-19 coma, described the delivery of the babies as a 'miracle', as Syria's Damascus in October reported 1,546 covid-19 cases and 103 deaths, and as Iranian Mullah regime, driving forward its development of nuclear weapons, confirmed 801,894 covid-19 cases and 42,941 deaths on 18 November 2020
20 November 2020 Russia records worst day for new covid-19 infections as India passes 9m cases: 20 November 2020: Russia records worst day for new covid-19 infections, India passes 9m cases, as California enacts covid-19 curfew for majority of state's 40m residents, and as scientists race to find 'warm' covid-19 vaccine to solve issue of cold storage - 20 November 2020: Wealthy nations urged to give portion of covid-19 vaccine as 'humanitarian buffer'
21 November 2020 global covid-19 cases increase: 21 November 2020: Global covid-19 increased to 57.181.884 confirmed cases and 1.360.670 deaths, as Russia reports record new cases and deaths, and as USA records highest number of daily covid-19 deaths since May
22 November 2020 58,295,905 confirmed covid-19 cases reported and 1,382,917 deaths: 22 November 2020: 58,295,905 confirmed covid-19 cases reported and 1,382,917 deaths
23 November 2020 58.339.463 confirmed covid-19 cases reported and 1.393.543 deaths: 23 November 2020: 58.339.463 confirmed covid-19 cases reported and 1.393.543 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
24 November 2020 WHO experts allowed to investigate origins of covid-19 in China only after a year since outbreak: 24 November 2020: World Health Organization WHO said it had received reassurances from China's Beijing regime that international experts would soon be able to travel to China to help investigate the animal origins of covid-19
25 November 2020 USA records highest daily covid-19 deaths since May and 172,935 new cases: 25 November 2020: USA records highest daily covid-19 deaths since May and 172,935 new cases
26 November 2020 Russia and Ukraine register record numbers for daily covid-19 infections and deaths: 26 November 2020: Russia registered record numbers for daily covid-19 infections and deaths for the second time in less than a week, according to AFP, as health officials reported 25,487 new infections, bringing the national total to 2,187,990 cases, the fifth-highest caseload in the world, as Ukraine registered a record 15,331 new covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours, and as total number of cases climbed to 677,189 with 11,717 deaths in the country
27/28 November 2020 covid-19 infections 'could easily double’ over Christmas: 28 November 2020: Covid-19 infections 'could easily double’ over Christmas, Sage experts say, as USA surpasses 13m covid-19 cases and experts urge caution over 'Thanksgiving' weekend
29 November 2020 covid-19 pandemic and Beijing regime: 29 November 2020: As countries remain forced to continue and improve their fight against deadly and destructive pandemic imported from China, concerning all areas of society worldwide, nearly a year after trustworthy doctors identified the first cases of a worrying new disease in the Chinese city of Wuhan, Beijing regime appears to be stepping up a campaign to question the origins of the global covid-19 pandemic, as WHO's Michael Ryan said last week that it would be 'highly speculative' to argue that the disease did not emerge in China
30 November 2020 and the coming time after covid-19: 30 November 2020: As 'The Guardian' asks wether our world and life will ever be the same in the coming time after covid-19, people fighting for democracy will give the answer in a world facing unteachable regimes in China, Iran, North Korea, Russia and Syria
1 December 2020 'Bethlehem is dead’ because covid-19 pandemic robs West Bank city of Christmas cheer: 1 December 2020: 'Bethlehem is dead’ because covid-19 pandemic robs West Bank city of Christmas cheer, after ancient brutal Roman empire conquered Western Asian countries, destroyed Jerusalem and the Jewish people in its homeland, later since the 4th century tried to rob the culture of the people that fought against tyranny and slavery, establishing a so-called Christian religion as state religion to avoid downfall, missing to prevent the rise of Islamic tyranny since 7th century also consuming the fruits of Roman conquests and destruction of Israel including religion, then as European (and later more) countries established antisemitism and racism, went in ages and periods of war, slavery, colonialism, tyranny, destruction, genocide and always more terrible weapons, failed to oppose new fascist powers in recent decades, and now at the brink of enabling the further spread of nuclear weapons also in Islamic and fascist states threatening to destroy Israel
2 December 2020 covid-19 surge of cases: 2 December 2020: Poland exceeds 1m covid-19 cases and grapples with shortage of doctors, as rural USA hospitals ravaged by surge in cases
3 December 2020 AP says spread of covid-19 largely caused by Beijing regime's secrecy and cronyism as Iran passes 1m cases: 3 December 2020: In January widespread Chinese test shortages and problems, at a time when covid-19 could have been slowed, were caused largely by secrecy and cronyism at Beijing regime’s top disease control agency, as an AP investigation has found that in the early days in Wuhan, the city first struck by covid since 2019, getting test was so difficult that residents compared it to winning the lottery, as thousands of people waited in hours-long lines for hospitals, sometimes next to corpses lying in hallways, but most couldn’t get the test they needed to be admitted as patients and for the few who did the tests were often faulty - 3 December 2020: Iran passes 1m covid-19 cases, as USA logs a record 3,157 covid-19 deaths in one day, with new cases exceeding 200,000 on same day, and with 90% of hospitals said to be at stretched capacity
4 December 2020 Russia reported 27,403 new covid-19 infections as national total rises to 2,402,949: 4 December 2020: Russia has reported 27,403 new covid-19 infections, including 6,868 in Moscow, according to Reuters, as latest update takes the national total to 2,402,949 since the pandemic began 2019/2020
4/5 December 2020 USA's covid-19 deaths again break records: 4/5 December 2020: USA's CDC advises 'universal' masks indoors as covid-19 deaths again break records and pandemic now ranked as the leading cause of death in the country, as Brazil reports 627 new deaths, as French infections rise to 2.29m, as Iran’s confirmed total death toll from covid-19 surpassed 50,000, and as covid-19 vaccine expected to have only 'marginal impact' on winter hospital admissions with the festive season likely to put additional pressure on health services
6 December 2020 and global covid-19 records: 6 December 2020: Johns Hopkins University showed the world’s worst-hit country USA reached nearly 230,000 new covid-19 infections and 2,527 covid-related deaths on Saturday alone, after federal holiday 'Thanksgiving' (since 1789) in the USA celebrated also in 2020 on the fourth Thursday of November, as Russia's Putin regime has reported 29,039 new cases on Sunday, its worst daily total since the pandemic began, taking the cumulative national total to 2,460,770 citizens, as number of confirmed covid-19 cases in Germany increased to 1,171,323 according to RKI data on Sunday, as in China provincial governments are placing orders for experimental, domestically made covid-19 vaccines, though experts and health officials have yet to say how well they work, and as Indonesia’s anti-graft agency on Sunday named social affairs minister Batubara as a suspect in a million-dollar bribery case linked to the procurement of goods to be distributed as covid-19 social assistance packages
7 December 2020 USA poll workers risked their health amid covid-19 to handle the November election: 7 December 2020: More than 23 million people in southern California have been placed under the harshest lockdowns in the USA, as covid-19 cases hit record levels in the country’s most populous state, as study shows USA poll workers risked their health to handle the November election, as Serum Institute of India has sought emergency use authorisation from India’s drug regulator for covid-19 vaccine
8 December 2020 fighting covid-19 Italy and Switzerland will halt all cross-border rail service affecting European routes: 8 December 2020: Italy and Switzerland will halt all cross-border rail service affecting European routes and in place indefinitely, because train personnel do not have capacity to carry out covid-19 safety checks ordered by the Italian government, as Hong Kong impose new restrictions as part of measures against fourth wave of infections, as covid-19 vaccinations begin in UK, as Florida's state police came into scientist Rebekah Jones' house, also threatening her children, taking hardware and more, after she was fired by the state’s department of health and Republican governor in May in a row over covid-19 data, and as JHU reports 14.955.947 USA covid-19 cases and 283.746 deaths in December
9 December 2020 9 out of 10 people in 70 low-income countries are unlikely to be vaccinated against covid-19 next year: 9 December 2020: 9 out of 10 people in 70 low-income countries are unlikely to be vaccinated against covid-19 next year because the majority of the most promising vaccines coming on-stream have been bought up by economically dominant countries, as USA passes 15m cases of pandemic that killed 15,000 people in the last week alone, as country after Trump, Obama, Bush etc. years now has 140m residents in poverty, and millions of hungry citizens, turning to food banks for first time
10 December 2020 USA records more than 3,000 covid-19 deaths a day for first time as another Chinese journalist tormented by regime: 10 December 2020: USA records more than 3,000 covid-19 deaths a day for first time, as Japan covid cases reach daily record as ‘third wave’ hits, and as Chinese journalist since months detained over Wuhan reporting, now on hunger strike, but 'restrained and fed by tube’ by Beijing regime
11 December 2020 covid-19 cases and victims rising: 11 December 2020: Indonesia reports worst daily covid-19 death toll, as total number of cases rose to 605,243, while the number of deaths rose to 18,511, as Russia reported 613 deaths in the last 24 hours, taking its official cumulative death toll to 45,893 and national case total to 2,597,711, as South Korea mobilises military to help covid-19 frontline workers
12 December 2020 WHO warns number of covid-19 deaths surging: 12 December 2020: WHO warns number of covid-19 deaths surging, as USA citizens will receive vaccine this weekend, California’s ICU beds near capacity and hospitalizations hit record, amid ongoing worldwide pandemic from China, now responsible for 70.513.607 confirmed cases and 1.579.663 deaths
15 December 2020 record number of journalists imprisoned amid covid-19 and pandemic's impacts: 15 December 2020: Record number of journalists imprisoned in 2020, as governments cracked down on coverage of covid-19 or tried to suppress reporting of civil unrest, according to CPJ, saying protests and political tensions were the cause of many arrests, with the most made in China, Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia, as Russian killer regime reported 26,689 new covid-19 cases, pushing the confirmed national tally to 2,707,945 and taking the official death toll to 47,968, after USA covid deaths passed 300,000 yesterday, after first USA citizens received vaccine, after Trump's election defeat was confirmed and his AG Barr stepped down
16 December 2020 more than a year later WHO researchers expected to travel to Wuhan to investigate catastrophic pandemic covid-19: 16 December 2020: WHO research team expected to travel to Wuhan to investigate SARS-CoV-2 origin, causing the ongoing catastrophic pandemic covid-19 since November/December 2019, following severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus SARS-CoV-1, infecting humans, bats, palm civets, and other animals, confirmed since April 2003, as the phylogeny of the outbreak strains referred to China's southwestern provinces including Yunnan, Guizhou and Guangxi, and studies from samples of wild animals sold as food in the local market in Guangdong completed the tracing
16 December 2020 a year on the frontline of covid-19: 16 décembre 2020: La pandémie accélère le rythme dans le monde et l’Afrique a observé une augmentation considérable, devant le Pacifique occidental et le continent américain, selon OMS - 16 December 2020: A year on the frontline of covid-19, as key workers and survivors from four countries reveal the fear and uncertainty that has upended daily life, and how the past 12 months have changed their world, as in the continuing Advent the global scheme to deliver vaccines to poorer countries faces a 'very high' risk of failure, leaving potentially billions of people with no access to vaccines until as late as 2024
17 December 2019 latest global covid-19 data include 73.639.325 cases, more people than 67,153,000 French citizens on 1 November 2020: 17 December 2019: Latest global covid-19 data include 73.639.325 total cases, 1.633.477 total deaths, 734.370 new daily cases, 13.529 new daily deaths, as pandemic has hit certain countries, including the USA, Brazil, India, Mexico and the UK with particular cruelty, the USA now counting 307.429 deaths
18 December 2020 Africa is bracing for covid-19 second wave: 18 December 2020: After being relatively spared by covid-19 Africa is bracing for the pandemic’s second wave, noting how SARS-CoV-2 coming from China has once more cut a swathe through rich countries in Europe and North Africa, as continent’s most-hit nations are again having to contemplate stringent public health measures as they await the arrival of the vaccine cavalry in the coming years amid risks of failure
19 December 2020 covid-19 cases in India reach 10m: 19 December 2020: Covid-19 cases in India reach 10m as pandemic now has infected nearly 1% of country’s 1.3bn people, and is planning vaccination programme, as Germany reports 31,300 new cases and 702 deaths, as Italy to go into covid-19 lockdown over festive period, as in December 1918 preparations for the first Christmas without war in four years took place in the midst of an additional disaster, coming in waves since springtime, peaked in late November 1918, and continued killing tens of millions worldwide
20 December 2020 defense against spread of new and more transmissible mutations of the covid-19 virus: 20 December 2020: Israel approves barring entry for all foreign citizens arriving from the UK, Denmark and South Africa in an attempt to prevent the spread of new and more transmissible mutations of the covid-19 virus, as Italy, Belgium, Netherlands suspending flights from UK, now with new rules in England against covid-19, likely to remain until vaccine rollout is widespread
21 December 2020 more countries banning UK flights over covid-19 mutations: 21 December 2020 India joins much of Europe plus Canada in suspending UK flights over new strain of covid-19
22 December 2020 Antarctica joins covid-19 pandemic as global cases continue to rise: 22 December 2020: Antarctica has recorded its first covid-19 cases at Chilean Bernardo O’Higgins Riquelme research base, as latest global covid-19 data include 76.780.192 confirmed cases, 1.687.396 deaths, 541.155 new daily cases and 9.391 new daily deaths
23 December 2020 covid-19 fatalities soar in Mexico as president condemned for inaction: 23 December 2020: Covid-19 fatalities soar in Mexico as president condemned for inaction, as 'second new variant' found in South Africa travellers, and as latest global covid-19 data include 77.452.336 total cases and 1.702.617 confirmed deaths
24 December 2020 latest global covid-19 data include 78.128.342 total cases, 1.696.594 total deaths: 24 December 2020: Latest global covid-19 data include 78.128.342 total cases, 1.696.594 total deaths, 693.002 new daily cases and 13.608 new daily deaths
25 December 2020 latest global covid-19 data include 78.869.220 total cases, 1.709.409 total deaths: 25 December 2020: Latest global covid-19 data include 78.869.220 total cases, 1.709.409 total deaths, 663.708 new daily cases and 11.608 new daily deaths
26 December 2020 expanding covid-19 pandemic as EU begins vaccine rollout: 26 December 2020: Expanding covid-19 pandemic, as number of cases in Russia passes 3m, and as EU begins vaccine rollout
27 December 2020 latest global covid-19 data include 79.799.026 total cases and 1.723.671 deaths: 27 December 2020: First covid-19 vaccine doses administered across Europe, as latest global covid-19 data include 79.799.026 total cases, 1.723.671 deaths, 511.392 new daily cases and 7.077 new dails deaths
28 December 2020 South Africa hits 1 million covid-19 cases as new variant spreads rapidly: 28 December 2020: South Africa hits 1 million covid-19 cases as new variant spreads rapidly
28 December 2020 Beijing regime jails citizen-journalist for four years over Wuhan covid-19 outbreak report: 28 December 2020: Chinese Beijing regime jails citizen-journalist for four years over Wuhan covid-19 reporting, after Zhang Zhan, the first such person known to have been tried, was among a handful of people whose firsthand accounts painted a credible but dire picture of the pandemic epicenter, on grounds of 'picking quarrels and provoking trouble', her lawyer said, as the whole world suffers badly one year after the regime persecuted and imprisoned scientists and whisterblowers
28 December 2020 Australia insists WHO inquiry into covid-19 origin must be robust: 28 December 2020: Australia insists WHO inquiry into covid-19 origin must be robust, despite China tensions
29 December 2020 latest global covid-19 data include 80.609.397 total cases an 1.738.998 deaths: 29 December 2020: Latest global covid-19 data include 80.609.397 total cases an 1.738.998 deaths, 490.741 new daily cases and 9.527 daily deaths, as Russian regime has admitted that more than 186,000 citizens have died due to covid-19, three times more than previously reported
30 December 2020 latest global covid-19 data include 81.337.244 cases and 1.755.222 total deaths: 30 December 2020: Germany reports record daily covid-19 death toll, as UK deaths rise to above 88,000 with 981 covid-related deaths since yesterday, and as latest global covid-19 data include 81.337.244 cases and 1.755.222 total deaths
31 December 2020 world’s worst-hit country USA marks 3,900 new covid-19 deaths: 31 December 2020: World’s worst-hit country USA marks 3,900 new covid-19 deaths, with fast-spreading new variants sparking fear, as latest global covid-19 data include 82.039.281 confirmed total cases, 1.767.399 total deaths, 756.435 new daily cases and 15.087 new daily deaths, and as China's Beijing regime has reported the first imported case of the new variant of the coronavirus that was detected in the UK earlier this month, where journalists can report without man made fear of death
1 January 2021 Israel becomes first country to vaccinate 10% of population: 1 January 2021: Israel becomes first country to vaccinate 10% of population, as 950,000 citizens out of 9.3 million have been given first dose of inoculation, as daily cases top 5,500 for 4th day in a row - 1 January 2021: World hits record 15,000 daily covid-19 deaths on final day of 2020 as pandemic hits new peaks, with over 1.8 million people dead and nearly 84 million cases reported, and as global vaccination efforts ramp up - 1 January 2021: To honour the victims of covid-19 and health care workers on the front line, South Africans lit candles on New Year's Eve rather than partying, heeding a call by president Cyril Ramaphosa, as South Africa has the most covid-19 cases on the continent and has more than one million infections since the outbreak in March, with some 28,000 deaths
2 January 2021 rising covid-19 cases, efforts and preparations for immunisation campaigns: 2 January 2021: India approves British covid-19 vaccine, as former colony today with a population of 1.3 billion is counting second-highest number of infections after the USA with a population of 328m and nearly 350,000 deaths, surpassing landmark of 20m covid-19 cases on New Year's Day, as India has run vaccine drills to prepare for immunisation campaign
3 January 2021 global covid-19 data include 83.868.171 cases and 1.798.515 deaths: 3 January 2021: Covid-19 death toll in the USA passed 350,000 early on Sunday, as experts anticipated another surge in cases and deaths stemming from holiday gatherings over Christmas and the new year, as latest global covid-19 data include 83.868.171 cases and 1.798.515 deaths
4 January 2021 global covid-19 data include 84.415.595 confirmed cases and 1.806.124 deaths: 4 January 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 84.415.595 confirmed cases and 1.806.124 deaths
5 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 85.175.162 confirmed cases and 1.819.186 deaths: 5 January 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 85.175.162 confirmed cases and 1.819.186 deaths, as global introduction of newly approved vaccines has been marked by delays, shortages and bureaucratic errors as it has become clear that many governments will miss their targets for mass inoculation
6 January 2021 Beijing regime attacks needed research by WHO scientists amid rising global covid-19 data: 6 January 2021: China's Beijing regime blocks entry to WHO team studying covid’s origins in an effort to gain necessary knowledge, as critical care wards of major hospitals in Peru and Bolivia stand at or near collapse after end-of-year holidays, reflecting wider regional public health capacity concerns as much of Latin America struggles to secure adequate covid-19 vaccine supplies, as EU approves Moderna vaccine, and as rising global covid-19 data show 85.766.354 total cases and 1.830.925 deaths
7 January 2021 rising global covid-19 data show 86.468.614 confirmed cases and 1.845.771 deaths: 7 January 2021: USA suffers record daily covid-19 deaths, as 24-hour toll reached 3,865 on Wednesday, as violent pro-Trump mob storms USA Capitol building causing 4 deaths, and as rising global covid-19 data show 86.468.614 confirmed cases and 1.845.771 deaths
8 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 87.369.256 confirmed cases and 1.861.776 deaths: 8 January 2021: USA suffers more than 4,000 covid-19 deaths in 24 hours, as Iran bans importation of covid vaccines from the USA and UK, and as latest global covid-19 data include 87.369.256 confirmed cases and 1.861.776 deaths
9 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 88.167.837 confirmed cases and 1.876.183 deaths: 9 January 2021: UK covid-19 deaths surpass 80,000 after 1,035 recorded, latest global covid-19 data include 88.167.837 confirmed cases and 1.876.183 deaths
10 January 2021 Africa passes the milestone of 3m confirmed covid-19 cases: 10 January 2021: Africa passes the milestone of 3 million confirmed covid-19 cases, including more than 72,000 deaths - 10 January 2021: ‘Even mourning is said to shame China’, Wuhan women say, as three writers who blogged about life in the city where covid-19 began still face constant threats and monitoring
11 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 89.602.930 confirmed cases and 1.897.891 deaths: 11 January 2021: The Republic of Ireland had the most confirmed cases of covid-19 per million people in the world last week, as England told to prepare for worst weeks of pandemic, as vaccine scepticism in France reflects 'dissatisfaction with political class’, and as latest global covid-19 data include 89.602.930 confirmed cases and 1.897.891 deaths
12 January 2021 WHO says global covid-19 herd immunity unlikely in 2021 despite vaccines: 12 January 2021: WHO says global covid-19 herd immunity unlikely in 2021 despite vaccines, saying 'even if it happens in a couple of pockets, in a few countries, it’s not going to protect people across the world'
13 January 2021 Israel sees early signs that vaccination drive is slowing spread of covid-19: 13 January 2021: Israel sees early signs that vaccination drive is slowing spread of covid-19, as still Trump administered USA reports record 4,327 deaths in one day, and as latest global covid-19 data include 90.985.386 confirmed cases and 1.928.250 deaths
14 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 91.584.280 confirmed cases and 1.940.728 deaths: 14 January 2021: Mainland China - ruled by anti-democratic Beijing regime - records first covid death in Hebei province since May, as WHO team arrives in the country to investigate the origins of the pandemic, now in quarantine in Wuhan for two weeks before beginning their inquiries, coming after almost a year of negotiations and diplomatic spats between Chinese regime, which has been trying to change the narrative about where the virus came from, and other countries who demanded it allow a 'robust' independent investigation, as latest global covid-19 data include 91.584.280 confirmed cases and 1.940.728 deaths, and as 11 more 'national security' arrests in Hong Kong reported over attempted boat escape to Taiwan
15 January 2021 more than 2m people worldwide have died after contracting covid-19: 15 January 2021: More than 2m people worldwide have died after contracting covid-19, as more USA citizens are dying of covid-19 than at any time during the pandemic, as the most complex mass vaccination campaign in history is off to a rocky start, as more transmissible strains of the pandemic are emergent, while Brazil rushes to save premature babies as covid-19 swamps Manaus hospitals
16 January 2021 India begins world's biggest covid-19 vaccination programme: 16 January 2021: India begins world's biggest covid-19 vaccination programme, as latest global covid-19 data include 94.132.992 confirmed cases and 2.015.323 deaths
17 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 94.602.582 confirmed cases and 2.024.168 deaths: 17 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 94.602.582 confirmed cases and 2.024.168 deaths, John Hopkins University says
18 January 2021 China reports strongest growth in two years amid horrible global covid-19 pandemic: 18 January 2021: China reports strongest growth in two years amid its covid-19 recovery, as regime ruled country was expanding at a faster rate than before the 2019 pandemic outbreak at the end of 2020, as countries including Germany are buying Chinese products including electronic equipment and Lenovo computers to tackle pandemic as good as possible, as for instance children as young as six are forced to hold video classes and conferences instead of going to school amid lockdowns and as millions of people are dying globally - 18 January 2021: Palau's new president vows to stand up to 'bully' China, as former senator Surangel Whipps Jr promises to stand by allies USA and Taiwan when he takes office on Thursday, saying 'stealing and offering bribes, that’s just got to stop, illegal fishing has to stop ..., we should also be responsible to our people and tell them not to go to other countries and do these kinds of things' - September 2009 Republic of China provides scholarships to Palauan students, as well as computers for Palauan schools, as Palau’s Minister of Education Mario Katosang 'we were given 100 Windows-based computers by Taiwan..., I mentioned that we may also need software (and) Taiwan immediately delivered 100 brand new copies of Windows XP, and offered to train our computer technicians'
19 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 95.675.708 confirmed cases and 2.043.806 deaths: 19 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 95.675.708 confirmed cases and 2.043.806 deaths, as Israel passes 10,000 daily infections for first time since start of pandemic
19 January 2021 expert panel says China, WHO should have moved quicker to stop covid-19 pandemic: 19 January 2021: A panel of experts commissioned by the WHO criticizes China and other countries for not moving to stem the initial outbreak of covid-19 earlier and questions whether the UN health agency should have labeled it a pandemic sooner, as panel led by former Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and former New Zealand PM Helen Clark says there were 'lost opportunities' to set up basic public health measures as early as possible
20 January 2021 UK reports 1,820 daily covid-19 deaths in new record high alongside 38,905 new cases: 20 January 2021: UK reports 1,820 daily covid-19 deaths in new record high alongside 38,905 new cases, and 93,290 total deaths
22 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 97.855.365 confirmed cases and 2.099.047 deaths: 22 January 2021: World's poor need action, not Covid 'vaccine nationalism', say experts, as nations outbidding each other creates an ‘immoral race towards the abyss’, as South Africa is paying more than double EU price for Oxford vaccine, as Germany detects first case of Brazil coronavirus variant similar to a new South African variant, which is seen as more contagious than the original virus, and as latest global covid-19 data include 97.855.365 confirmed cases and 2.099.047 deaths
23 January 2021 UK records 1,348 covid-19 deaths, as Israel begins vaccinating teenagers: 23 January 2021: UK records 1,348 covid-19 deaths, as Israel begins vaccinating teenagers, and as 'The Guardian' reports global covid-19 development
24 January 2021 global covid-19 cases rise amid ongoing China made trouble: 24 January 2021: France probably needs to enter into a third lockdown because of the spread of new coronavirus variants in the country, as Dutch protests turn violent, as Italy threatens legal action against Pfizer over vaccine supply, as Israel to close all airports to most flights, and as global covid-19 cases rise
25 January 2021 vaccination teams worldwide face difficult conditions: 25 January 2021: Spain sees record rise in covid-19 cases with 93,822 infections between Friday and Monday and 767 deaths as vaccination teams worldwide face difficult conditions
26 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 100.091.831 confirmed cases and 2.151.992 deaths: 26 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 100.091.831 confirmed cases and 2.151.992 deaths as second covid-19 years goes on
27 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 100.498.378 confirmed cases and 2.164.738 deaths: 27 January 2021: Britain and EU clash over claims to UK-produced covid-19 vaccine, as Canadian wealthy casino executive Rodney Baker and his wife traveled by chartered plane to a remote community to receive a covid-19 vaccine intended for vulnerable and elderly Indigenous people, and as latest global covid-19 data include 100.498.378 confirmed cases and 2.164.738 deaths
28 January 2021 covid-19 crisis continues: 28 January 2021: Paris hospitals told to suspend vaccinations next week because of limited supplies, as Portugal says situation is 'terrible' with 668,951 confirmed covid-19 cases and 11,305 deaths, including a record 293 dead on Wednesday, as EU tries to coordinate rules - 28 January 2021: Vaccine found 92% effective in Israel, according to the world’s first big controlled investigation on how it works outside of clinical tests - 28 January 2021: Dramatic drop in covid-19 cases gives India hope of return to normal life
29 January 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 101.605.084 confirmed cases and 2.194.204 deaths: 29 January 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 101.605.084 confirmed cases and 2.194.204 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
30 January 2021 lLatest global covid-19 data include 102.257.414 confirmed cases and 2.211.868 deaths: 30 January 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 102.257.414 confirmed cases and 2.211.868 deaths, as UK and EU agree to 'reset' after vaccine fiasco
1 February 2021 covid-19 has killed at least 2,227,605 people: 1 February 2021: Covid-19 has killed at least 2,227,605 (2.229.601 according to JHU) people since the outbreak emerged in China in December 2019, according to an AFP tally, as at least 102,878,810 (103.036.685) cases have been registered, as Portugal reports nearly half its total death toll in one month, and as Rommel-Merkel ruled Germany considering Novichok-Russia's and Chinese vaccines ahead of an emergency summit to tackle the country’s sluggish inoculation programme, in stark contrast to the UK, where more than 10m citizens have received a vaccine
2 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 103.572.661 confirmed cases and 2.243.638 deaths: 2 February 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 103.572.661 confirmed cases and 2.243.638 deaths, according to JHU
3 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 103.982.364 confirmed cases and 2.255.754 deaths: 3 February 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 103.982.364 confirmed cases and 2.255.754 deaths, as global vaccinating efforts are developping
4 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 104.630.893 confirmed cases and 2.276.543 deaths: 4 February 2021: Covid-19 data include 104.630.893 confirmed cases and 2.276.543 deaths amid global crisis, as African nations fear more covid-19 deaths before vaccination begins
6 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 105.638.474 confirmed cases and 2.305.457 deaths: 4 February 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 105.638.474 confirmed cases and 2.305.457 deaths, as more than 11.4 million citizens in UK have had first vaccine dose, and as Netherlands cases surpass 1m
7 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 106.024.977 confirmed cases and 2.314.312 deaths: 7 February 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 106.024.977 confirmed cases and 2.314.312 deaths, as South Africa will suspend use of the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab in its vaccination programme after trial data showed vaccine offered only limited protection against variant, while scientists advise on the best way to proceed, as Mexico’s vaccine program sees disastrous launch and pace for vaccinations has slowed after government website to register crashes repeatedly and covid death toll is third highest
8 February 2021 USA reporting fewer new covid-19 cases but study warns variant may cause surge: 8 February 2021: USA reporting fewer new covid-19 cases but study warns variant may cause surge, as less than 100,000 new cases reported on Sunday while researchers found B117 variant to be doubling in roughly over one week
9 February 2021 as WHO ends inquiry in Wuhan global covid-19 data include 106.643.519 confirmed cases and 2.330.839 deaths: 9 February 2021: WHO team says theory Covid began in Wuhan lab ‘extremely unlikely’, as theories including virus jumping from animal to human or via frozen food being explored by team, as latest global covid-19 data include 106.643.519 confirmed cases and 2.330.839 deaths - 9 February 2021: Europe’s oldest person Lucile Randon survives covid-19 and set to celebrate 117th birthday near Toulon
10 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 107.179.340 confirmed cases and 2.348.877 deaths: 10 February 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 107.179.340 confirmed cases and 2.348.877 deaths, as EU's von der Leyen admits errors in covid-19 vaccine rollout, saying bloc was 'too late' on vaccine approvals, despite the expertise of 27 (28) EU countries with more or less developed scientific knowledge and healthcare systems and institutions, and as critics accuse von der Leyen of relying on too narrow a circle of advisers and claim this tendency has proved counterproductive in such a complex crisis - 10 February 2021: The year 2020 will go down in the record books as one of the worst in global history, as nearly 2 million people died from covid-19, tens of millions more lost their jobs and countless others faced unprecedented disruption to their daily lives, however, it was a very profitable year for the elite few financial executives betting on the health of the global economy, as the world’s top 15 hedge fund managers collectively made $23.2bn last year
11 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 107.458.667 confirmed cases and 2.357.475 deaths: 11 February 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 107.458.667 confirmed cases and 2.357.475 deaths, as global defense continues
12 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 108.043.938 confirmed cases and 2.377.988 deaths: 12 February 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 108.043.938 confirmed cases and 2.377.988 deaths
13 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 108.357.853 confirmed cases and 2.387.192 deaths: 13 February 2021: Latest global covid-19 data include 108.357.853 confirmed cases and 2.387.192 deaths
14 February 2021 WHO investigator claims Chinese regime refused to hand over key covid-19 information: 14 February 2021: WHO investigator claims Chinese regime refused to hand over key covid-19 information, as Australian infection expert, part of a team visiting Wuhan, says they were provided only with a summary of data, and as pandemic continues in its second year
15 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 108.953.243 confirmed cases and 2.402.501 deaths: 15 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 108.953.243 confirmed cases and 2.402.501 deaths, as UK variant hits New Zealand, as Israel battles covid-19 misinformation while vaccination drive slows, as lack of covid-19 data may leave African countries behind in vaccine rush and as experts say continent may not be seen as priority because true extent of pandemic is unknown, and as Cambodia reports first cases of UK virus variant
16 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 109.377.180 confirmed cases and 2.414.570 deaths: 16 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 109.377.180 confirmed cases and 2.414.570 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
17 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 109.749.689 confirmed cases and 2.425.227 deaths: 17 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 109.749.689 confirmed cases and 2.425.227 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
18 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 110.013.841 confirmed cases and 2.432.695 deaths: 18 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 110.013.841 confirmed cases and 2.432.695 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as UN says 130 countries have not received a single covid-19 vaccine dose
19 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 110.430.962 confirmed cases and 2.444.074 deaths: 19 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 110.430.962 confirmed cases and 2.444.074 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
22 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 111.606.254 confirmed cases and 2.470.466 deaths: 22 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 111.606.254 confirmed cases and 2.470.466 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as USA nears 500,000 covid-19 related deaths, and Slovakia asks EU for help with 'tragic' situation
23 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 111.806.530 confirmed cases and 2.476.526 deaths: 23 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 111.806.530 confirmed cases and 2.470.466 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
24 February 2021 global efforts to push back covid-19 pandemic continue: 24 February 2021: Global efforts to push back covid-19 pandemic continue, amid northern hemisphere's forthcoming springtime
25 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 112.646.459 confirmed cases and 2.499.419 deaths: 25 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 112.646.459 confirmed cases and 2.499.419 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as also at least 400 USA healthcare workers have died of covid-19 since December
27 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 113.533.624 confirmed cases and 2.519.713 deaths: 27 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 113.533.624 confirmed cases and 2.519.713 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as pandemic, defense and resistance continue, and as tributes paid by family at funeral of war veteran Captain Sir Tom Moore, who raised almost £39m for NHS charities during the first lockdown but died aged 100 after testing positive for covid-19 pandemic, as now a second world war plane with the markings of D-Day on its wings flew overhead in Bedfordshire
28 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 113.894.300 confirmed cases and 2.527.344 deaths: 28 February 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 113.894.300 confirmed cases and 2.527.344 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as Iran has surpassed 60,000 known covid-19 related deaths, the latest grim milestone for the hardest-hit country in the Middle East, pushing the total infection count over 1.63 million, a reason to think
1 March 2021 global defense against covid-19 pandemic continues: 1 March 2021: Global defense against covid-19 pandemic continues
2 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 114.499.553 confirmed cases and 2.540.340 deaths: 2 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 114.499.553 confirmed cases and 2.540.340 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as defense across continents against covid-19 pandemic continues
3 March 2021 Brazil reports new covid-29 record: 3 mars 2021: Le Brésil enregistre un nouveau record de décès du covid-19 en 24 heures avec 1910 morts, qui confirme la nette détérioration de la situation sanitaire dans le pays frappé par une deuxième vague de pandémie - 3 March 2021: Countries with high levels of overweight people, such as the UK and the USA, have the highest death rates from covid-19, prompting calls for governments to urgently tackle obesity, as well as prioritising overweight people for vaccinations, according to new World Obesity Federation report
4 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 115.283.034 confirmed cases and 2.561.880 deaths: 4 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 115.283.034 confirmed cases and 2.561.880 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
5 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 115.895.976 confirmed cases and 2.574.873 deaths: 5 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 115.895.976 confirmed cases and 2.574.873 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
6 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 116.341.065 confirmed cases and 2.583.908 deaths: 6 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 116.341.065 confirmed cases and 2.583.908 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
7 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 116.713.558 confirmed cases and 2.590.835 deaths: 7 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 116.713.558 confirmed cases and 2.590.835 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
8 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 117.021.144 confirmed cases and 2.596.877 deaths: 8 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 117.021.144 confirmed cases and 2.596.877 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as covid-19 childcare crisis reversing decades of women's economic progress on International Women's Day and as Pakistani women defy threats to hold march in the Islamic country, calling on the government to increase the health budget to 5% of GDP, to implement a covid-19 plan for women and minorities, to tackle violence against women, and to assign equal recognition to women’s labour
9 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 117.270.765 confirmed cases and 2.604.373 deaths: 9 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 117.270.765 confirmed cases and 2.604.373 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
10 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 117.955.459 confirmed cases and 2.618.131 deaths: 10 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 117.955.459 confirmed cases and 2.618.131 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
11 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 118.134.623 confirmed cases and 2.621.986 deaths: 11 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 118.134.623 confirmed cases and 2.621.986 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as defense across continents against covid-19 pandemic continues in the second year, and as social movements fighting for democracy get stuck in some regions
12 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 118.798.642 confirmed cases and 2.633.768 deaths: 12 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 118.798.642 confirmed cases and 2.633.768 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
13 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 119.226.506 confirmed cases and 2.642.656 deaths: 13 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 119.226.506 confirmed cases and 2.642.656 deaths, as Brazil plunges into deadliest chapter of its epidemic
14 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 119.748.246 confirmed cases and 2.651.343 deaths: 14 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 119.748.246 confirmed cases and 2.651.343 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as medical staff in Tunis received some of the first covid-19 jabs in the North African country's vaccination campaign, as the opening round of vaccinations was held in a field hospital
15 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 120.096.586 confirmed cases and 2.657.501 deaths: 15 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 120.096.586 confirmed cases and 2.657.501 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as defense across continents against covid-19 pandemic continues in the second year
16 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 120.320.804 confirmed cases and 2.662.878 deaths: 16 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 120.320.804 confirmed cases and 2.662.878 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as defense across continents against covid-19 pandemic continues
17 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 120.799.704 confirmed cases and 2.672.645 deaths: 17 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 120.799.704 confirmed cases and 2.672.645 deaths, as defense and resistance by citizens in many countries against covid-19 pandemic continues in a challenged world
18 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 121.319.246 confirmed cases and 2.682.931 deaths: 18 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 121.319.246 confirmed cases and 2.682.931 deaths, as covid-19 cases in India have risen by the most in three months in the country’s second wave, with Maharashtra accounting for two-thirds of the latest daily tally, and as global defense against pandemic continues
19 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 122.063.523 confirmed cases and 2.695.511 deaths: 19 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 122.063.523 confirmed cases and 2.695.511 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as defense against covid-19 pandemic continues
20 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 122.424.126 confirmed cases and 2.703.269 deaths: 20 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 122.424.126 confirmed cases and 2.703.269 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as India and the Philippines report big surge of infections, and as global defense against covid-19 pandemic continues
21 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 123.040.456 confirmed cases and 2.712.656 deaths: 21 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 123.040.456 confirmed cases and 2.712.656 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as defense against covid-19 pandemic continues
22 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 123.349.088 confirmed cases and 2.717.306 deaths: 22 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 123.349.088 confirmed cases and 2.717.306 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as defense against covid-19 pandemic continues, as the Philippines reported 8,019 fresh infections on Monday, the highest single-day rise in cases, as Russia on Monday reported 9,284 new covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours, taking the national tally to 4,466,153, as Germany extends partial lockdown, and as USA provides an update on the vaccine distribution process to enforce the pandemic response
23 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 123.810.630 confirmed cases and 2.726.061 deaths: 23 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 123.810.630 confirmed cases and 2.726.061 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as Ukraine reports record death rate, as India to open vaccinations to all over-45s, as Germany seeks to tackle British variant with Easter lockdown
24 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 124.320.576 confirmed cases and 2.736.452 deaths: 24 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 124.320.576 confirmed cases and 2.736.452 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as Brazilians shouting ‘murderer’ and 'liar' in major cities after Bolsonaro said people will soon lead 'normal lives' making televised address to the nation on deadliest day yet, as India detects new coronavirus variant, as Russia has reported 8,861 new cases, a total amount of cases standing at 4,483,471 and the death toll at 96,219, as Ukraine suffers record daily deaths for second consecutive day, as Poland reports record number of new daily covid-19 cases, and as countries' difficult defense against covid-19 pandemic continues - 24 March 2021: Over 30 million people 'one step away from starvation', UN warns, as covid-19 pandemic, climate crisis and conflict combining to drive ‘alarming’ levels of global hunger
25 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 124.924.906 confirmed cases and 2.745.964 deaths: 25 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 124.924.906 confirmed cases and 2.745.964 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as countries' difficult defense against covid-19 pandemic continues
26 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 125.675.674 confirmed cases and 2.757.812 deaths: 26 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 125.675.674 confirmed cases and 2.757.812 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as defense against covid-19 pandemic continues in ongoing crisis, as leap of 50% in cases in three months and just 7m jabs across Africa ‘infecting 11 health workers an hour’, and as WHO warns covid-19 third wave may overrun Africa’s healthcare
27 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 126.280.989 confirmed cases and 2.769.934 deaths: 27 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 126.280.989 confirmed cases and 2.769.934 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as Brazil daily deaths near 4,000 amid surge
28 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 126.871.362 confirmed cases and 2.779.634 deaths: 28 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 126.871.362 confirmed cases and 2.779.634 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as Mexico's covid-19 death toll leaps 60% to reach 321,000 victims as since 15 February there have been an additional 26,772 test-confirmed deaths, as hospitals were overwhelmed, and as global struggle continues
29 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 127.319.002 confirmed cases and 2.785.838 deaths: 29 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 127.319.002 confirmed cases and 2.785.838 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as global defense and struggle continue, and as WHO says covid-19 probably passed to humans from bats via other animal
30 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 127.788.017 confirmed cases and 2.794.659 deaths: 30 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 127.788.017 confirmed cases and 2.794.659 deaths, as Spain requires people to wear face masks at all times outdoors, as new covid-19 cases in the Netherlands rose for a seventh consecutive week despite the country’s lockdown, and as planet could have a year or less before first-generation covid-19 vaccines are ineffective and modified formulations are needed, according to a survey of scientists
31 March 2021 global covid-19 data include 128.421.931 confirmed cases and 2.807.094 deaths: 31 March 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 128.421.931 confirmed cases and 2.807.094 deaths, as outdoor mask decree met with dismay by Spain's tourism industry, as Ukraine reports record daily high of covid-linked deaths, as - after WHO report of the international team on their Wuhan field visit was published - the USA, Britain, South Korea, Israel, Japan and others issued a joint statement expressing concern, saying 'together, we support a transparent and independent analysis and evaluation, free from interference and undue influence', and as USA press secretary Jen Psaki said at a news conference that the mission was denied access to crucial data and therefore presented 'a partial and incomplete picture'
1 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 129.046.573 confirmed cases and 2.818.395 deaths: 1 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 129.046.573 confirmed cases and 2.818.395 deaths, as Brazil has suffered by far its heaviest month of covid-19 losses after the deaths of nearly 67,000 people were confirmed in March, and as covid vaccine scheme 'unacceptably slow’ in Europe according to WHO, saying that across the WHO’s European region, which comprises 53 countries including Russia and several central Asian nations, barely 10% of people had received one dose while just 4% were fully vaccinated
2 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 129.828.051 confirmed cases and 2.830.839 deaths: 2 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 129.828.051 confirmed cases and 2.830.839 deaths, as Europe faces another Easter of covid-19 restrictions, as USA labor market went on a hiring spree in March, adding 916,000 jobs amid the fast-paced covid-19 vaccine rollout, and as the unemployment rate edged down to 6% following the restart of businesses and the Biden administration’s passage of a $1.9tn stimulus package
3 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 130.507.440 confirmed cases and 2.841.578 deaths: 3 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 130.507.440 confirmed cases and 2.841.578 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, as India’s biggest cities braced for stricter lockdowns and other covid-19 curbs on Saturday, after infections hit a six-month high amid a surge in the country, as Turkey reported 44,756 new covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours to Saturday, the highest level since the beginning of the pandemic, and as global defense against covid-19 pandemic continues
4 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 131.706.467 cases and 2.874.756 deaths: 4 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 131.706.467 cases and 2.874.756 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 31,383,074 covid-19 cases, as Israel reported 834.206 cases, as Russia reported 8,817 new cases, including 1,901 in Moscow, pushing the number of infections registered in the country to 4,580,894, and as global defense against covid-19 pandemic continues
5 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 132.284.954 cases and 2.881.841 deaths: 5 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 132.284.954 cases and 2.881.841 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India recorded 103,558 new covid-19 cases on Monday, its biggest one-day figure, taking the national total to 12.59 million cases, data from the health ministry showed
6 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 132.749.833 cases and 2.891.135 deaths: 6 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 132.749.833 cases and 2.891.135 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as global defense against covid-19 pandemic and discussions over vaccine supply and distribution continue
7 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 133.478.002 cases and 2.903.927 deaths: 7 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 133.478.002 cases and 2.903.927 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as Brazil records first case of South African virus variant, as India reported a record 115,736 new infections on Wednesday, as defense against covid-19 pandemic continues, and as more rigorous investigations about origin of pandemic are required according to international scientists and researchers
8 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 134.057.962 cases and 2.917.593 deaths: 8 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 134.057.962 cases and 2.917.593 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports record 126,789 new covid-19 cases while vaccines run short, as Iran sets covid-19 infection record for third consecutive day reporting 22,586 new cases, and as global defense against covid-19 pandemic and discussions over vaccine supply and distribution continue
9 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 134.919.229 cases and 2.932.475 deaths: 9 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 134.919.229 cases and 2.932.475 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as global defense against covid-19 pandemic and discussions over vaccine supply and distribution continue, and as 'shocking imbalance' in global vaccine distribution critizised by the WHO
10 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 135.712.713 cases and 2.944.984 deaths: 10 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 135.712.713 cases and 2.944.984 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India records 145,384 new covid-19 cases and 794 deaths, the highest number of fatalities in more than five months, as lockdown ordered by Iran's Mullah regime amid rising cases in the country called a 'fourth wave', and as global defense against covid-19 pandemic and discussions over vaccine supply, distribution and costs of the crisis continue
11 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 136.359.171 cases and 2.955.990 deaths: 11 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 136.359.171 cases and 2.955.990 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as Iran records its highest daily death toll this year, as India - where new cases have surged to a record 152,879 - steps up vaccine effort, as Thailand reports record rise in infections, and as global defense efforts continue
12 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 137.014.565 cases and 2.964.595 deaths: 12 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 137.014.565 cases and 2.964.595 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reported a record 168,912 covid-19 infections overnight and is now second-worst affected country after USA, as Turkey’s daily infection numbers have soared above 50,000, as WHO warns world needs 'a reality check’ as ‘trajectory of pandemic is growing’, and as global defense efforts continue
13 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 137.550.041 cases and 2.974.844 deaths: 13 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 137.014.565 cases and 2.964.595 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as WHO says world at 'critical point’, as Europe deaths top one million, as African health workers left without covid jabs as paltry supplies dwindle and millions of healthcare workers in sub-Saharan Africa continue to risk their lives, and as global defense efforts continue
14 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 138.364.811 cases and 2.988.589 deaths: 13 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 138.364.811 cases and 2.988.589 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as France is suspending all flights to and from Brazil to contain the spread of a highly contagious new covid-19 variant, as Romania's health minister fired over handling of covid-19 pandemic, after weeks of mounting tensions, and as global defense efforts continue
15 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 139.136.268 cases and 3.000.982 deaths: 15 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 139.136.268 cases and 3.000.982 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as public opinion in the host nation of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics is firmly opposed to the event and Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike says Olympics ‘could still be cancelled’, as second wave of covid-19 that began to engulf India last month has confounded worst expectations, as Thailand reports fourth record rise in daily covid cases this week, as France’s timeline of hospital tensions, on-and-off lockdowns and personal loss have left families nationwide grieving the pandemic’s unending, devastating toll, and as global defense efforts continue
16 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 140.077.960 cases and 3.016.974 deaths: 16 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 140.077.960 cases and 3.016.974 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as in Brazil highly transmissible variant and behavioural factors blamed as intensive care units fill with younger patients, and as global defense efforts continue
17 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 141.004.451 cases and 3.030.158 deaths: 17 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 141.004.451 cases and 3.030.158 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as Brazil crisis likened to ‘raging inferno’ by WHO, as India has another daily record rise in cases facing a 'grim' battle against a new pandemic wave with shortages of oxygen and drugs, as covid-19 pandemic made 2020 ‘the year of the quiet ocean’ according to scientists, and as global defense efforts continue
18 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 142.056.610 cases and 3.043.572 deaths: 18 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 142.056.610 cases and 3.043.572 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as global death toll ‘grows at an alarming rate’, as Turkey and Gaza both report record daily death tolls, and as global defense efforts continue
19 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 142.718.901 cases and 3.052.661 deaths: 19 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 142.718.901 cases and 3.052.661 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as Indian expansion of covid-19 vaccine drive may further strain supplies, as Thailand and Cambodia rush to halt waves of cases, and as global defense efforts continue
20 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 143.059.011 cases and 3.060.559 deaths: 20 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 143.059.011 cases and 3.060.559 deaths, as India government says all adults to be eligible for vaccine in May as cases skyrocket, as vaccine inequality between rich and poor countries is criticised, and as global defense efforts continue
20 April 2021 oppression of journalists in China and spread of covid-19 pandemic: 20 April 2021: Persecution of journalists in China may have contributed to the global covid-19 outbreak by stopping whistleblowers coming forward in the early days of the pandemic, according to the press freedom group 'Reporters Without Borders'
21 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 143.877.359 cases and 3.074.379 deaths: 21 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 143.877.359 cases and 3.074.379 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports over 200,000 cases for seventh straight day, as Japanese government considering state of emergency in Tokyo and Osaka, and as global defense efforts continue
22 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 144.835.915 cases and 3.089.549 deaths: 22 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 144.835.915 cases and 3.089.549 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India hits global record of 315,000 new daily cases as covid-19 wave worsens and hospitals are being pushed to the brink after more than 1m people infected in just four days, and as global defense efforts continue
23 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 145.663.818 cases and 3.101.875 deaths: 22 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 145.663.818 cases and 3.101.875 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports world record cases for second day with 332,730 new cases, as Delhi hospitals run out of oxygen and country’s total has now passed 16 million, as Japan to declare states of emergency in Tokyo and three other regions, and as global defense efforts continue
24 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 146.664.316 cases and 3.117.184 deaths: 24 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 146.664.316 cases and 3.117.184 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports more new daily cases and deaths, and as global defense efforts continue
25 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 147.914.355 cases and 3.134.757 deaths: 25 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 147.914.355 cases and 3.134.757 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reports 32.791.651 total cases, as India reports 17.119.630 total cases, 169.823 new daily cases and 193.100 deaths, as Brazil reports 14.313.615 total cases, 52.361 new cases and 389.755 deaths, and as global defense efforts continue
26 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 148.382.069 cases and 3.141.650 deaths: 26 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 148.382.069 cases and 3.141.650 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reports 32.828.949 total cases, as India reports 17.517.122 total cases, 212.948 new daily cases and 196.608 deaths, as Brazil reports 14.344.984 total cases and 391.068 deaths, and as global defense efforts continue
27 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 148.925.179 cases and 3.151.852 deaths: 27 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 148.925.179 cases and 3.151.852 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reports 32.874.992 total cases, as India reports 17.673.882 total cases and 197.986 deaths, as Brazil reports 14.379.935 total cases and 392.490 deaths, and as global defense efforts continue
28 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 149.712.889 cases and 3.166.410 deaths: 28 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 149.712.889 cases and 3.166.410 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports 18.004.609 total cases and 201.245 deaths, as Brazil reports 14.454.050 total cases and 395.508 deaths, as global defense efforts continue, and as USA's Dr Fauci says world has failed India as covid cases surge
29 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 150.592.925 cases and 3.181.054 deaths: 29 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 150.592.925 cases and 3.181.054 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as Brazil reports 14.531.631 total cases and 398.556 deaths, as India’s total case numbers pass 18m, as nearly 1 in 50 people worldwide have had covid-19, and as global defense efforts continue
30 April 2021 global covid-19 data include 151.521.104 cases and 3.196.634 deaths: 30 April 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 151.521.104 cases and 3.196.634 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as Brazil reports 14.600.217 total cases and 401.622 deaths, as India’s reports 18.769.051 cases, as rapid spread of India covid variant in the UK is ‘worrying’ according to scientists, and as global defense efforts continue
1 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 152.392.219 cases and 3.210.894 deaths: 1 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 152.392.219 cases and 3.210.894 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India’s reports 19.174.262 cases, as Brazil reports 14.673.518 total cases and 404.471 deaths, as government ignored warnings on variant in India's covid-19 crisis according to scientists, and as global defense efforts continue
2 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 153.492.372 cases and 3.225.318 deaths: 2 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 153.492.372 cases and 3.225.318 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India’s reports 19.866.469 cases, as Brazil reports 14.731.931 total cases and 406.733 deaths, as poor countries need billions in aid to avert covid catastrophe according to experts, and as global defense efforts continue
3 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 153.811.632 cases and 3.232.226 deaths: 3 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 153.811.632 cases and 3.232.226 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India’s reports 19.932.461 cases, as Brazil reports 14.759.851 total cases and 407.927 deaths, as vaccine shortages blight India’s efforts to contain covid-19 crisis, and as global defense efforts continue
4 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 154.628.311 cases and 3.245.087 deaths: 4 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 154.628.311 cases and 3.245.087 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India’s reports 20.352.658 cases and 222.710 deaths, as Brazil reports 14.799.153 total cases and 409.083 deaths, and as global defense efforts continue
5 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 155.495.835 cases and 3.259.852 deaths: 5 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 155.495.835 cases and 3.259.852 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India’s reports 20.776.820 cases and 226.964 deaths, as Brazil reports 14.868.252 total cases and 412.032 deaths, as India’s neighbours close borders and as global defense efforts continue
6 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 156.112.020 cases and 3.271.261 deaths: 6 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 156.112.020 cases and 3.271.261 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India’s reports 21.086.185 cases and 230.215 deaths, as Brazil reports 14.944.385 total cases and 414.834 deaths, as EU 'ready to discuss' waiver on covid-19 vaccine patents after USA-backed proposal, described as a game-changer by WHO, angerng pharmaceutical companies, and as global defense efforts continue - 6 May 2021: Nepal facing ‘human catastrophe’ similar to India’s amid rampant Covid surge, as country appeals for international help amid vaccine shortage, overrun hospitals and reported 47% positivity rate
7 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 157.365.831 cases and 3.304.704 deaths: 7 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 157.365.831 cases and 3.304.704 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports 22.195.299 cases and 241.141 deaths, as Brazil reports 15.094.854 total cases and 419.584 deaths, and as global defense efforts continue
8 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 158.232.184 cases and 3.289.504 deaths: 8 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 158.232.184 cases and 3.289.504 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports 21.638.029 cases and 235.189 deaths, as Brazil reports 15.016.479 total cases and 417.396 deaths, as France reports 5.728.238 total cases and 105.850 deaths, as Russia reports 4.863.514 total cases and 112.622 deaths, as global defense efforts continue, and as picture of two pandemics: cases fall in rich west as poorer nations suffer
9 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 158.692.404 cases and 3.314.069 deaths: 9 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 158.692.404 cases and 3.314.069 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports 22.317.473 cases and 242.703 deaths, as Brazil reports 15.156.871 total cases and 421.670 deaths, and as global defense efforts continue
10 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 159.589.936 cases and 3.326.548 deaths: 10 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 159.589.936 cases and 3.326.548 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports 22.925.966 cases and 249.095 deaths, as Brazil reports 15.187.944 total cases and 422.583 deaths, and as global defense efforts continue
11 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 160.010.167 cases and 3.336.077 deaths: 11 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 160.010.167 cases and 3.336.077 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports 23.034.011 cases and 250.733 deaths, as Brazil reports 15.221.743 total cases and 423.666 deaths, and as global defense efforts continue
12 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 160.641.160 cases and 3.349.048 deaths: 12 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 160.641.160 cases and 3.349.048 deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as India reports 23.350.316 cases and 254.276 deaths, as Brazil reports 15.292.524 total cases and 426.893 deaths, and as global defense efforts continue
12 May 2021 covid-19 pandemic a preventable disaster according to WHO-commissioned report: 12 May 2021: The covid-19 pandemic was a preventable disaster that need not have cost millions of lives if the world had reacted more quickly, according to WHO-commissioned report, which castigates global leaders and calls for major changes to bring it to an end and ensure it cannot happen again, as the report of the independent panel, chaired by Helen Clark, former PM of New Zealand and Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, former president of Liberia, found 'weak links at every point in the chain'
13 May 2021 global covid-19 data and defense: 13 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data, according to the British 'Guardian', as India yesterday reportd 23.350.316 cases and 254.276 deaths, as Brazil reported 15.292.524 total cases and 426.893 deaths, as South African report suggests more than 133,000 people have died from covid-19, and as global defense efforts continue - 13 May 2021: covid-19 and Israeli bombs leave Gaza’s hospitals badly struggling
14 May 2021 global covid-19 data and defense: 14 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data, according to the British 'Guardian', as global defense efforts continue
15 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 160.331.334 cases, 718.060 new cases and 3.298.444 deaths: 15 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 160.331.334 cases, 718.060 new cases and 3.298.444 deaths, according to JHU CSSE Covid-19 Data, as Taiwan raises covid-19 alert recording 180 new cases in island’s worst outbreak of pandemic, as global defense efforts continue
16 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 160.948.721 cases, 627.518 new cases and 3.309.965 total deaths: 16 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 160.948.721 cases, 627.518 new cases, 3.309.965 total deaths and 23.1m new daily vaccinations, according to JHU CSSE Covid-19 Data, as Taiwan reported 206 new local cases of covid-19 on Sunday, breaking the previous day’s record high of 180, and as global defense efforts continue
17 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 161.503.816 cases, 548.206 new cases and 3.319.405 total deaths: 17 May 2021 latest global covid-19 data include 161.503.816 cases, 548.206 new cases, 3.319.405 total deaths and 24.2m new daily vaccinations, according to JHU CSSE Covid-19 Data, as global defense efforts continue
18 May 2021 India suffers record daily deaths covid-19 pandemic, as global defense efforts continue: 18 May 2021: India suffers record daily deaths as covid-19 pandemic continues, amid global defense efforts
19 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 162.575.255 cases, 622.216 new cases and 3.342.888 total deaths: 19 May 2021: Global covid-19 data include 162.575.255 cases, 622.216 new cases and 3.342.888 total deaths, as global defense efforts continue - 19 May 2021: Poorer countries face long delays in receiving covid vaccines, as efforts in Africa and elsewhere hit by decision not to export AstraZeneca jab from India until end of year - 19 May 2021: Tunisia lockdown ends, despite Africa’s worst covid death rate, as pandemic fatigue and economic woes blamed for lack of action despite rapid rise in number of cases
20 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 163.230.495 cases, 671.092 new cases and 3.355.428 total deaths: 20 May 2021: Global covid-19 data include 163.230.495 cases, 671.092 new cases and 3.355.428 total deaths, as global defense efforts continue - 20 May 2021: Stench of death pervades rural India as Ganges swells with covid-19 victims, the British 'Guardian' reports - 20 May 2021: Africa has only received 2% of global covid-19 vaccines, UN says
21 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 163.927.293 cases, 628.529 new cases and 3.369.791 total deaths: 21 May 2021: Global covid-19 data include 163.927.293 cases, 131.827.107 recovered cases and 3.369.791 total deaths, as global defense efforts continue, and as 'mucormycosis' disease linked to covid-19 spreads across India
22 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 166.781.892 cases and 3.474.754 total deaths: 22 May 2021: Global covid-19 data include 166.781.892 total cases, 628.529 new cases and 3.747.754 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 33.862.345 total cases (+2.422), as India reported 26.295.688 cases (+16.375), as Israel reported 839.290 cases and 6.397 deaths, as Brazil recorded the second-highest death toll in the world after the USA and as Bolsonaro never wanted vaccines according to senator leading covid response inquiry, and as global defense efforts continue
23 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 165.105.000 cases and 3.393.465 total deaths: 23 May 2021: Global covid-19 data include 165.105.000 total cases, 560.116 new cases and 3.393.465 total deaths, according to the British 'Guardian', as global defense efforts continue
24 May 2021 global covid-19 data include 165.163.197 cases and 3.394.727 total deaths: 24 May 2021: Global covid-19 data include 165.163.197 total cases, 560.116 new daily cases and 3.394.727 total deaths, according to the British 'Guardian', as India’s overall death toll from covid-19 crossed 300,000 on Monday and as it reported 4,454 deaths over the last 24 hours, as Malaysia reported a 61 further covid-19 deaths also registering 6,509 new positive cases, taking its total since the pandemic began to 518,600, as its death toll stands at 2,309, as Taiwan has recorded six new deaths from covid-19, several hundred more cases, as global defense efforts continue, as the idea of a new international treaty to prevent pandemics finds agreement, and as experts argued for a total overhaul of the global alarm system and for a reform of the WHO to boost its independence, transparency and funding - 24 May 2021: South-east Asian countries battle Covid resurgence amid lack of vaccines
25 May 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 25 May 2021: Global covid-19 data include 165.163.197 total cases, 560.116 new cases and 3.394.727 total deaths, according to the British 'Guardian', as EU expects enough doses to fully vaccinate population by end of September, and as EU leaders have agreed to donate at least 100m doses of covid-19 vaccines to poorer countries by the end of 2021 as supplies steadily rise across Europe, and as global defense efforts continue - 25 May 2021: Oxygen shortages threaten ‘total collapse’ of dozens of health systems, as data reveals Nepal, Iran and South Africa among 19 countries most at risk of running out
26 May 2021 covid-19 global covid-19 cases, deaths, as defense continues: 26 May 2021: India’s total covid-19 infections crossed 27 million on Wednesday, swelled by 208,921 new cases over the last 24 hours, while daily deaths from covid-19 rose by 4,157, as Taiwan has reported its highest daily number of covid-19 fatalities, with 11 deaths recorded on Tuesday, and tightened restrictions on the population, as France has set up extra covid testing centres after a cluster of around 50 people in Bordeaux were found to be positive with a new virus variant described by the regional health authority as 'very rare', and as global defense efforts continue
26 May 2021 USA joins calls for transparent, science-based investigation into covid-19 origins: 26 May 2021: USA joins calls for transparent, science-based investigation into covid-19 origins, as several countries tell the WHO annual meeting that a new inquiry with new terms of reference must be launched, and as global defense efforts continue
27 May 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 27 May 2021: India scraps local trial requirement to boost number of jabs amid covid-19 crisis, as USA's president Biden orders USA intelligence to intensify efforts to study covid’s origins, as Taiwan accuses China of interfering with covid vaccine deals, and as global defense efforts continue
28 May 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 28 May 2021: 32 MPs have died from covid-19 over pandemic in the DR Congo, as activists at a demonstration outside the annual general meeting of HSBC in London have demanded the bank and other financial giants provide debt relief to African countries hit hard by the covid-19 pandemic, as Japan extends emergency measures two months ahead of Olympics, and as global defense efforts continue
29 May 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 29 May 2021: UK records another 3,398 cases and seven deaths, as Vietnam discovers new hybrid covid variant, state media reports, as India records lowest daily rise in cases in 45 days, and as global defense efforts continue
30 May 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 30 May 2021: Italy extends travel ban for India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, as country reports 44 covid-related deaths on Sunday, as the daily tally of new infections dropped to 2,949 from 3,351, and as country has registered 126,046 deaths linked to covid-19 since February last year, as Malaysia to set up more vaccination centres, and as global defense efforts continue
30 May 2021 only 1% of the 1.3 billion vaccines injected around the world have been administered in Africa: 30 May 2021: Only 1% of the 1.3 billion vaccines injected around the world have been administered in Africa, and percentage even declining in recent weeks, as vaccine inequality exposed by dire situation in world’s poorest nations, and ss the failings of the Covax programme, logistical issues and governments’ own inadequacies are making a bad situation worse - 30 May 2021: USA must share intelligence on covid-19 origins, WHO-affiliated expert says, as theory that coronavirus leaked out of a Wuhan lab was 'not off the table’ according to Dale Fisher
31 May 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 31 May 2021: Third wave of covid-19 may be under way in UK, scientists say, as France tightens curbs on travel from UK amid Indian variant fears, and as global defense efforts continue
1 June 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 1 June 2021: World Bank, International Monetary Fund, WTO and World Health Organization published a joint op-ed in a dozen newspapers across the world calling for greater vaccine equality, saying the World Bank’s $12 billion in financing to help buy and transport vaccines should soon support 50 countries but also warning that ensuring equal vaccine access needed solid commitments from richer nations, as global defense efforts continue, as Peru has world’s worst per capita covid-19 toll after death data revised and updated figures give country a per capita death toll of 500 per 100,000 people, double that of Brazil
2 June 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 2 June 2021: Brazil's Bolsonaro denounced for hosting Copa América amid pandemic, also accused of mishandling covid outbreak, as global crisis and defense efforts continue
3 June 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 3 June 2021: USA's president Biden announces ‘month of action’ to get 70% of Americans vaccinated before the Fourth of July holiday, going to take everyone, as asylum-seekers in Greece have been receiving coronavirus shots as authorities began rolling out vaccinations in migrant camps, and as global crisis and defense efforts continue - 3 June 2021: ‘Exponential’ rise in covid-19 cases in DRC capital, reports WHO, as African city of Kinshasa, home to 15 million people, is amid third wave of infections, authorities confirm, as the rise mirrors a 'clear deterioration' in the wider province of Kinshasa, according to WHO
4 June 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 4 June 2021: As Delta variant of coronavirus, first discovered in India, is anywhere between 30% to 100% more transmissible than the previously dominant Alpha variant, according to UK covid expert Ferguson, as discussion about a release of the medical records of Wuhan virology lab workers whose ailments might provide vital clues into whether covid-19 first emerged as the result of a lab leak, global crisis and defense efforts continue - 4 June 2021: Wealthy countries need to give more covid-19 vaccines and follow the USA in making doses available immediately to cover a 200 million dose gap caused by Indian supply disruptions and manufacturing delays, a WHO senior adviser said - 4 June 2021: Covid-19 outbreak at my children’s school makes me fear we’re complacent, says 'Guardian' science correspondent Linda Geddes, reporting on pandemic since summer 2020
5 June 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 5 June 2021: India records more new covid-19 cases as its capital city is preparing to deal with an infection peak of 37,000 cases a day in future, as the country as a whole reports 120,529 new cases over the last 24 hours, and as global crisis and defense efforts continue
6 June 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 6 June 2021: Eradicating covid-19 from the world is not currently a 'reasonable target', World Health Organization covid-19 official Dr David Nabarro has said, as global crisis and defense efforts continue - 6 June 2021: USA will donate 750,000 covid-19 vaccine doses to Taiwan as part of the country’s plan to share shots globally, as Taiwan is dealing with a spike in domestic cases but has been affected, like many places, by global vaccines shortages, and also claiming that China is hindering its attempts to secure doses internationally
7 June 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 7 June 2021: Malaysia entered a near total national lockdown last week in an attempt to halt rising daily infections, which had reached more than 9,000 by the end of May, as Taiwan extends pandemic restrictions until the end of June, after they have closed schools, all entertainment, public and sporting venues, and limited personal gatherings, as Thailand kicked off a long-awaited mass vaccination campaign on Monday battling its third and worst wave of the pandemic, as Uganda to tighten covid-19 curbs following rise in local transmission, and as global crisis and defense efforts continue
8 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 8 June 2021: Global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
9 June 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 9 June 2021: Highest daily covid-19 cases in Russia since March reporting 10,407 new cases, as Indonesia reports 7,725 new infections and the highest level of new daily infections since February, as Lisbon lockdown easing delayed, as confidence in the EU’s ability to handle crises has taken a hit from covid-19 according to a major survey, but dissatisfaction with national political systems is even higher and most people still support EU membership and want a stronger, more cooperative bloc, and as global crisis and defense efforts continue
10 June 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 10 June 2021: India’s daily tally of covid-19 deaths has reached over 6,000 after Bihar state dramatically revised its data for fatalities during the second wave, as 6,148 people died in the previous 24 hours, taking total fatalities to almost 360,000 according to health ministry figures, and as global crisis and defense efforts continue amid more calls for 'complete access’ for pandemic origins analysts
11 June 2021 global covid-19 cases, deaths and global defense efforts: 11 June 2021: UK reports 8,125 daily cases, most since February, as Delta variant causes more than 90% of new Covid cases in UK and doctors call for delay to lockdown easing, and as global crisis and defense efforts continue, the 'Guardian' reports - 11 June 2021: More than 90% of covid-19 cases in the UK are now down to the covid-19 Delta variant first discovered in India, data has revealed, as the total number of confirmed cases passed 42,000
12 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 12 June 2021: Global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue, as UK records a further 7,738 cases, as officials and NGOs say children of India orphaned by covid now face the double threat of neglect and being vulnerable to exploitation, and as Black and Latino communities are left behind in USA's covid-19 vaccination efforts
13 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 13 June 2021: Russia has reported 14,723 new cases, including 7,704 in Moscow, the largest one-day national caseload since 13 February, as G7 calls for expert-led study on origins of covid-19, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue - 13 June 2021: Factory workers making goods for the west bear brunt of virus surge in south-east Asia, as countries that managed to avoid the worst of the pandemic last year are facing new waves of covid-19, fuelled by more contagious variants, as in several countries in the region, including Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, clusters have begun in key manufacturing sites
14 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 14 June 2021: Indonesia fears covid-19 peak in July with hospitals filling, as Thailand vaccine supplies disrupted, as Delta variant of covid spreading rapidly and detected in 74 countries, as USA death toll nears 600,000, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
15 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 15 June 2021: Vaccines and oxygen run out as third wave of covid-19 hits Uganda, as vaccine thefts reported and hospitals unable to admit patients as cases leap 2,800% in a month, as several Russian regions tighten coronavirus restrictions amid steep case rise, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
16 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 16 June 2021: Moscow mayor describes covid-19 situation in Russia's capital as 'dramatic', as official tally of cases has risen again by 13,397 including 5,782 new cases in Moscow, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
17 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 17 June 2021: Indonesia reports biggest daily covid-19 case rise since January, reporting 12,624 new infections, as healthcare workers in Indonesia are contracting covid despite vaccination, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue - 17 June 2021: Covid-19 causes global rise in civil unrest, according to an annual report produced by the Institute for Economics and Peace, ranking 163 independent states and territories according to their level of peacefulness
18 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 18 June 2021: WHO expert says Delta variant becoming dominant because of its increased transmissibility, as underreporting in Africa means case levels are worrying, as South America is losing battle against covid, as strained and underfunded health systems, economics and misinformation have all led to a surge in deaths, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
19 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 19 June 2021: Brazil expected to pass 500,000 covid-19 deaths, as south-east Asian nation Cambodia reported 20 deaths on Saturday, its worst one-day death toll, as it detected its first Delta variant cases and authorities urged people to be vigilan, as third wave of covid ‘definitely under way’ in UK, says expert, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
20 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 20 June 2021: More than half of new covid-19 cases in Lisbon region are Delta variant, as thousands of Brazilians returned to the streets in protest against the response of Jair Bolsonaro’s administration to a pandemic that has killed close on half a million people in the country, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
21 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 21 June 2021: Covid-19 in Russia has 'got worse' in many regions, according to the regime, as record new daily toll takes Indonesia past the 2m case mark, as Myanmar reports highest covid-19 numbers since coup as concerns over health system grow, as Africa's worst hit country South Africa has reported a doubling of new daily cases over the past two weeks, with no sign of the rise slowing, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
22 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 22 June 2021: Like much of South America, Colombia is being battered by a surging third wave of covid-19, as about 40,000 lives have been lost to the disease since mid-March, about 40% of the total death toll, as more than 25,000 cases are reported each day, with daily average deaths at 590 in the last week, as hospital networks across the country have collapsed, as USA covid deaths dip below 300 a day for first time since March last year, as most recent Delta variant mutation present across UK, USA, Russia, Japan, elsewhere, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
23 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 23 June 2021: Delta variant likely to represent 90% of covid-19 infections in EU by September, says disease agency, as Delta variant behind 9-10% of new French cases, up from 2-4% in a week, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
24 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 24 June 2021: Brazil has registered a single-day record of 115,228 new confirmed covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours, showing new signs of accelerating, as Hong Kong suspends all flights from Indonesia after the number of imported cases from Indonesia crossed thresholds, after the city previously banned arrivals from India, Nepal, Pakistan and the Philippines, as pandemic probably caused biggest drop in USA life expectancy since WWII according to the British Medical Journal, as Russia has reported 20,182 new covid-19 cases, the most confirmed in a single day since 24 January, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
25 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 25 June 2021: A rapid resurgence of covid-19 is slamming South Africa’s largest city, Johannesburg, and threatens to overwhelm its hospitals, as South Africa’s rising cases are part of a rampant resurgence across Africa whose peak is expected to exceed that of earlier waves as the continent’s 54 countries struggle to vaccinate even a small percentage of their populations, as UK records 15,810 new daily covid-19 cases and 18 deaths as positive cases rise by nearly 50% in a week, as Delta variants surging in Italy account for 17% of cases, as USA hopes to reopen to Europeans soon, as bodies are washing up on the banks of the Ganges in India’s most populous state of Uttar Pradesh, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
26 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 26 June 2021: Bangladesh will impose tough lockdown from Monday to tackle surge in Delta variant, as also new restrictions in New South Wales have been announced amid growing Delta variant fears, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
27 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 27 June 2021: Covid-19 Delta variant warning for Europe, as outbreaks sweep Austalia as NSW reports 30 new infections, and Perth, NT and Qld record local cases, as South Africa expected to tighten covid rules as third wave gathers pace, as the transmission advantage of the Delta variant that is spreading at pace globally is a sign that the race between vaccination and the virus could tip in favour of the latter unless countries ramp up their immunisation campaigns and practise caution, according to scientists, as Moscow has reported the highest death toll of any Russian city, while the Delta variant is forcing tighter restrictions in the Asia-Pacific region, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
28 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 28 June 2021: Global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue, as amid vaccine inequality rich countries cut deaths as poorer fall behind - 28 June 2021: At least 10 out of 26 Indonesian doctors who have died from covid-19 this month had been fully vaccinated with Sinovac, prompting authorities to consider whether medics should receive alternative doses to boost immunity, as Indonesia, which has relied on the Chinese-made vaccine for its health workers, is struggling with a new surge in coronavirus cases, after the latest outbreak, driven by new variants, has overwhelmed hospitals and burial sites in Jakarta and on the island of Java, and as on Monday the country announced 20,694 new infections
29 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 29 June 2021: Surge in covid-19 cases in Tokyo, less than a month out from Olympics, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue, as Russia has confirmed 5,451,291 cases of covid-19 and 133,282 deaths, according to the national information center, as Russia’s total excess fatality count since the start of the pandemic is around 475,000, and as experts say Brazil could have stopped 400,000 covid deaths with better response
30 June 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 30 June 2021: Warning that end to pandemic is 'a distant future' in Latin America, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
1 July 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 1 July 2021: Russia sets new daily record covid-19 death toll again reporting 672 coronavirus-related deaths today, the highest official death toll in a single day since the pandemic began, as covid-19 cases rose 10% last week in Europe after 10 weeks of decline, as Indonesia has now announced it is to impose 'emergency' coronavirus restrictions this week to battle a surge in infections, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
2 July 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 2 July 2021: India official covid-19 death toll passes 400,000, as experts believe India’s reported deaths and infections are massively undercounted, as Indonesia triples oxygen supplies amid worsening covid-19 outbreak, as UK Delta variant cases rise by 46% in a week, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
3 July 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 3 July 2021: Indonesia has reported a new daily record number of covid-19 cases with 27,913 infections on Saturday as the Delta variant sends part Bali and Java into lockdown, as Iran facing fifth virus wave due to Delta variant, as Russia reports record daily death toll and 24,439 new cases, as Thailand reports record covid-19 cases as concerns mount about vaccine shortages, as Vietnam reports highest daily total, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
4 July 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 4 July 2021: Covid-19 has killed at least 3,972,934 people around the world since it first emerged in China in December 2019, according to JHU, as at least 183,416,370 covid-19 cases have been registered, according to AP, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
5 July 2021 global covid-19 crisis and global defense efforts: 5 July 2021: Bangladesh has reported record increases in both deaths and infections on Monday, as the country extended its lockdown restrictions, as with 164 reported deaths the total is now 15,229, and with 9,964 new infections the total is now 954,881, as Indonesia reported on Monday a record 29,745 new covid-19 infections and 558 deaths, bringing the country’s total number of cases to 2,313,829 and deaths to 61,140, as record number of cases in Africa reported over past week with most of them coming from South Africa, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
6 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 185.216.420 cases and 4.013.633 total deaths: 6 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 185.216.420 total cases, 64.214 new cases and 4.003.354 total deaths (1,825+ last 24 hours), according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.598.308 total cases, as India reported 30.612.624 cases and 403.318 deaths, as Israel reported 843.611 cases and 6.429 deaths, as Brazil reported 18.799.033 cases and 525.434 deaths, France 5.786.999 cases, Russia 5.658.672 cases, including 23.378 new cases, as England will be entering ‘uncharted territory’ in its scrapping of restrictions according to health secretary, coceding covid-19 cases could soon rise above 100,000 a day, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
7 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 185.746.009 cases and 4.013.633 total deaths: 7 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 185.746.009 total cases and 4.013.633 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.622.702 total cases, as India reported 30.656.864 cases, as Israel reported 844,139 (247+) cases, as Brazil reported 18.861.505 cases, France 5.790.582 cases, Russia 5.682.634 cases, including 23.962 new cases, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue - 7 July 2021: WHO's Mike Ryan has warned countries to lift their covid-19 restrictions slowly so as 'not to lose the gains that [they] have made'
8 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 186.135.157 cases and 4.020.505 total deaths: 8 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 186.135.157 total cases and 4.020.505 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.645.462 total cases, as India reported 30.702.823 cases, as Israel reported 844,684 cases, as Brazil reported 18.916.498 cases, France 5.794.855 cases, Russia 5.707.452 cases, including 24.818 new cases, as in Indonesia, a nightmarish covid-19 wave has brought hospitals to their knees, forcing desperate families to hunt for oxygen tanks to treat the sick and dying at home, as Southeast Asian Games due to be held in Vietnam later in 2021 postponed until 2022 by the Games federation, amid fears of surge as Delta spreads, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
9 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 186.708.624 cases and 4.030.650 total deaths: 9 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 186.708.624 total cases and 4.030.650 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.675.849 total cases, as India reported 30.746.502 cases, as Israel reported 844.989 cases, as Brazil reported 18.969.499 cases, France 5.799.166 cases, Russia 5.733.218 cases, including 25.766 new cases, as South Korea's Seoul and Australia's Sydney raise restrictions, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
10 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 187.166.571 cases and 4.038.467 total deaths: 10 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 187.166.571 total cases and 4.038.467 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.711.382 total cases, as India reported 30.784.766 cases, asFukushima to bar Olympic spectators from events as covid-19 cases rise in Japan, as Seoul heads for lockdown as infections surge in South Korea, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
11 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 187,499,069 cases and 4,044,521 total deaths: 11 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 187,499,069 total cases and 4,044,521 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34,726,058 total cases including 153,043 new cases, as India reported 30,826,251 cases, as Brazil reported 19,072,603 cases, as Russia reported 5,758,300 cases including 13,400 new cases and 142,253 deaths, as France 5,808,383 cases and 111,321 deaths, as Indonesia reports 1007 deaths in 24 hour period rising by 36,197 in one day to 2,527,203, as Bangladesh records highest daily covid-19 death toll, as Vietnam reported 1,953 covid-19 infections on Sunday, as Libya's Al-Wasat news reports country's record number of cases, as Senegal reported 529 covid-19 cases on Sunday, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
12 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 187.997.565 cases and 4.053.238 total deaths: 12 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 187.997.565 total cases and 4.053.238 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.732.570 total cases, as India reported 30.868.486 cases and 4.592 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.093.014 cases, as Russia reported 5.808.473 cases including 50.173 new cases and 143.712 deaths, as France 5.812.639 reported cases, as Indonesia reports record daily case numbers with 40,427 cases logged on Monday, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue, and as almost one in three globally go hungry during pandemic, according to UN report, saying big leap in malnutrition during covid, with fifth of children now believed to be stunted
13 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 188.454.237 cases and 4.059.691 total deaths: 13 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 188.454.237 total cases and 4.059.691 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.766.351 total cases, as India reported 30.897.925 cases and 4.592 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.111.960 cases, as Russia reported 5.833.175 cases including 24.702 new cases and 144.492 deaths, as France reported 5.813.924 cases, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
14 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 189.053.743 cases and 4.070.384 total deaths: 14 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 189.053.743 total cases and 4.070.384 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.807.878 and 6.192 new cases, as India reported 30.946.091cases and 11.173 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.159.197 cases, as Russia reported 5.857.002 cases including 23.827 new cases and 145.278 deaths, as France reported 5.820.849 cases and 2.735 new cases, as Indonesia reports 54,517 new cases, as coup-hit Myanmar faces its most severe covid-19 outbreak amid battle for oxygen, as Vietnam has 2,934 new cases, as South Africa's vaccine rollout disrupted by unrest, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
15 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 189.518.352 cases and 4.078.110 total deaths: 15 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 189.518.352 total cases and 4.078.110 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.848.839 and 3.069 new cases, as India reported 30.976.771 cases, as Brazil reported 19.216.065 cases, as Russia reported 5.882.295 cases including 25.293 new cases and 146.069 deaths including 791 new coronavirus-related deaths in third day of record deaths, as France reported 5.829.851 cases and 127 new cases, as Barcelona curfew returns amid rising cases, as Indonesia is bracing for its covid-19 outbreak to get worse, as Rwanda to lockdown capital in attempt to stem rising cases, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue - 15 July 2021: Africa recorded a 43% jump in covid-19 deaths last week as infections and hospital admissions have risen and countries face shortages of oxygen and intensive-care beds, the WHO said - 15 July 2021: An international study of people with long covid has identified more than 200 symptoms, prompting researchers to call for a national screening programme , as the study found the myriad symptoms of long covid – from brain fog and hallucinations to tremors and tinnitus – spanned 10 of the body’s organ systems, and a third of the symptoms continued to affect patients for at least 6 months
16 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 190.180.770 cases and 4.087.926 total deaths: 16 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 190.180.770 total cases and 4.087.926 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.888.411 cases and 5.739 new cases, as India reported 31.033.234 cases and 17.402 new cases, as Russia reported 5.907.999 cases and 25.704 new cases including 25.293 new cases, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
17 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 190.573.758 cases, 101.488 new cases and 4.094.525 total deaths: 17 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 190.573.758 cases, 101.488 new cases and 4.094.525 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.929.803 cases and 5.098 new cases, as India reported 31.053.940 cases, as Russia reported 5.933.115 cases including 25.116 new cases, as Thailand is looking to introduce more restrictions on movement, reporting record numbers of 10,082 new cases and also deaths, despite partial lockdowns in Bangkok and nine other provinces, as UK health secretary Sajid Javid, who has had two doses of vaccine, tests positive for covid-19, as Beta variant of coronavirus spreading in France may evade vaccines, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
18 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 191.176.356 cases, 218.146 new cases and 4.103.737 total deaths: 18 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 191.176.356 cases, 218.146 new cases and 4.103.737 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 34.953.884 cases, as India reported 31.105.728 caases and 10.519 new cases, as Russia reported 5.958.133 cases including 25.018 new cases, as another 48,161 positive tests and 25 covid deaths reported in the UK, as Indonesia’s daily covid-19 infections higher than India and Brazil, as protestors in Thailand attempted to march on the office of the PM Chan-o-cha to demand his resignation, as Thai leader has faced fierce criticism over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent impact on the Asian country’s economy, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
19 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 191.462.791 cases, 74.506 new cases and 4.108.137 total deaths: 19 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 191.462.791 cases, 74.506 new cases and 4.108.137 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as women hit hardest by pandemic job losses according to 'The Guardian', as USA reported 34.963.854 cases, as India reported 31.133.542 caases, as Russia reported Russia 5.982.766 cases including 24.633 new cases, as Indonesia sets new record for daily covid-19 deaths reporting record 1,338 new covid-19 deaths on Monday, as Iran recorded 25,441 new cases and 213 deaths today, bringing the total to over 3.5m and 87,374 respectively, as Thai police fire rubber bullets at protesters as covid failures fuel anti-government anger, as Vietnam reported 4,195 new coronavirus infections today and 80 new deaths over the last 10 days, as Cuba has highest rate of contagion per capita in whole of Latin America, as Northern Ireland daily cases exceed 1,700 for first time since January, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
20 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 192.077.477 cases, 209.923 new cases and 4.117.148 total deaths: 20 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 192.077.477 cases, 209.923 new cases and 4.117.148 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.018.547 cases and 9.100 new cases, as India reported 31.162.950 caases, as Brazil reported 19.396.637 cases and 1.700 new cases, as Russia reported 6.006.536 cases including 23.770 new cases, as India’s excess deaths during covid ‘could be 10 times official toll’, as Muslims across Indonesia marked a grim Eid al-Adha festival for a second year on Tuesday struggling to cope with a devastating new wave of covid-19 cases, as China reports highest number of covid-19 - coming from Wuhan - cases since January, as daily new covid-19 cases in Iran have reached record heights, even as Tehran and its surroundings went into lockdown, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
21 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 192.651.858 cases, 234.880 new cases and 4.138.790 total deaths: 21 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 192.651.858 cases, 234.880 new cases and 4.138.790 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.082.040 cases and 4.950 new cases, as India reported 31.220.063 cases and 15.013 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.426.452 cases, as Russia reported 6.030.240 cases including 23.704 new cases, as France reported 5.911.601 cases, as WHO warns world is set to pass 200m cases within weeks, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
22 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 193.222.917 cases, 237.182 new cases and 4.147.619 total deaths: 22 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 193.222.917 cases, 237.182 new cases and 4.147.619 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 5.147.865 cases and 11.906 new cases, as India reported 31.265.466 cases and 18.720 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.481.951 cases, as Russia reported 6.054.711 cases including 24.471 new cases, as France reported 5.892.303 cases and 3.967 new cases, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue, as Indian tax authorities have raided a prominent newspaper and a TV channel which have been critical of the government’s handling of the pandemic, and as China’s regime has refused to cooperate with the second stage of an international investigation into the origins of covid-19
23 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 193.799.832 cases, 257.717 new cases and 4.156.283 total deaths: 23 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 193.799.832 cases, 257.717 new cases and 4.156.283 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.214.346 cases and 10.914 new cases, as India reported 31.288.010 cases and 6.406 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.531.452 cases, as Russia reported 6.078.522 cases including 23.811 new cases, as France reported 5.933.650 cases, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue amid rise of Delta variant, and as since days new hacker attacks also mediated by the British newspaper 'The Guardian' after its recent demand to allow cookies
24 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 194.374.301 cases, 177.624 new cases and 4.164.456 total deaths: 24 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 194.374.301 cases, 177.624 new cases and 4.164.456 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.283.724 cases and 4.349 new cases, as India reported 31.324.039 cases and 2.947 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.637.321 cases, as Russia reported 6.102.469 cases including 23.947 new cases, as France reported 5.953.185 cases, as Tunisia reports a daily record of 317 covid-19 deaths, a daily record since the start of the pandemic, as Turkey’s new covid-19 cases jumped to 12,381 on Saturday, the highest level since mid-May, as Malaysia suffers worst day for new cases reporting 15,902 new casesas, as Vietnam records worst daily caseload reporting 7,968 new cases on Saturday, as Italy records further 5,000 cases, as covid cases spiked to record numbers in Sydney, as further case of covid-19 was identified among the athletes at the now 2021 Tokyo Olympics, including 17 Olympics-related cases and taking the total to 123, as Uganda this week provided 25 million euros to MPs to buy new cars, sparking outrage in a country where the pandemic has wreaked havoc, and as National NGO Forum' Moses Isooba said: 'this act is shameful at a time the government is appealing to private citizens to contribute money to buy the covid-19 vaccine', as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue amid uncertainty following rise of Delta variant
25 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 194.899.372 cases, 212.262 new cases and 4.173.070 total deaths: 25 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 194.899.372 cases, 212.262 new cases and 4.173.070 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.320.740 cases and 2.566 new cases, as India reported 31.368.707 cases and 7.348 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.673.884 cases, as Russia reported 6.126.541 cases including 24.072 new cases, as France reported 5.978.695 cases, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue amid uncertainty following rise of Delta variant
26 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 195.268.314 cases, 174.056 new cases and 4.179.690 total deaths: 26 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 195.268.314 cases, 174.056 new cases and 4.179.690 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.335.127 cases and 667 new cases, as India reported 31.399.540 cases, as Brazil reported 19.692.668 cases and 1.398 new cases, as Russia reported 6.149.780 cases and 23.239 new cases, as France reported 5.993.937 cases, as Thailand reports record number of new cases for second day with a record-breaking number of covid-19 cases, hitting 15,376 cases and 87 new deaths, as Indonesia loosens covid restrictions despite record deaths and despite WHO has called on government to impose tighter virus curbs, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue amid uncertainty following rise of Delta variant
27 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 195.950.409 cases, 344.695 new cases and 4.189.165 total deaths: 27 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 195.950.409 cases, 344.695 new cases and 4.189.165 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.422.809 cases and 21.138 new cases, as India reported 31.460.752 cases and 30.410 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.713.363 cases, as Russia reported 6.172.812 cases and 23.032 new cases, as France reported 5.999.244 cases and 153 new cases, as Sydney covid lockdown could last months as daily cases reach record high with more than 170 daily cases reported, with block of flats sealed off by police, and outbreaks affecting two hospitals, as Iraq has recorded its worst daily increase in infections, with 12,185 new cases, Reuters reports citing the health ministry, taking its total so far to 1,577,013, as reported 71 fatalities take its death toll to 18,418, official data published by the health ministry showed, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue amid remaining uncertainty
28 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 196.545.842 cases, 296.219 new cases and 4.198.610 total deaths: 28 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 196.545.842 cases, 296.219 new cases and 4.198.610 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.488.091 cases and 12.761 new cases, as India reported 31.502.715 cases and 29.445 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.755.541 cases, as Russia reported 6.195.232 cases and 22.420 new cases, as France reported 6.026.115 cases and 128 new cases, as Tokyo cases hit all-time high, as Myanmar could become covid-19 ‘super-spreader’, says UN envoy, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
29 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 197.180.992 cases, 238.376 new cases and 4.208.469 total deaths: 29 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 197.180.992 cases, 238.376 new cases and 4.208.469 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.622.694 cases and 18.501 new cases, as India reported 31.516.473 cases, as Brazil reported 19.803.834 cases, as Russia reported 6.218.502 cases and 23.270 new cases, as France reported 6.054.049 cases and 3.673 new cases, as South Korea sweats through summer of Delta surge, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
30 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 197.884.306 cases, 283.831 new cases and 4.219.968 total deaths: 30 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 197.884.306 cases, 283.831 new cases and 4.219.968 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.722.395 cases and 17.060 new cases, as India reported 31.571.146 cases and 10.013 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.921.248 cases, as Russia reported 6.242.066 cases and 23.564 new cases, as France reported 6.127.019 cases, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
31 July 2021 global covid-19 data include 199.099.032 cases, 304.494 new cases and 4.239.062 total deaths: 31 July 2021: Global covid-19 data include 199.099.032 cases, 304.494 new cases and 4.239.062 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.878.375 cases and 1.880 new cases, as India reported 31.683.439 cases and 39.044 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.884.007 cases, as Russia reported 6.288.677 cases and 22.804 new cases, as France reported 6.103.548 cases and 432 new cases, as China facing worst outbreak in months, as UK reports 26,144 new infections, as Bangkok warehouse turned into 1,800-bed hospital as crisis worsens, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
1 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 198.495.019 cases, 248.762 new cases and 4.229.414 total deaths: 1 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 198.495.019 cases, 248.762 new cases and 4.229.414 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.823.265 cases and 11.448 new cases, as India reported 31.604.198 cases and 1.582 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.884.007 cases, as Russia reported 6.265.873 cases and 23.807 new cases, as France reported 6.103.548 cases and 432 new cases, as Florida’s ban on mask mandates came under increasing scrutiny from government health officials as the surging Delta variant pushed new daily cases of covid-19 in the state to a record high with 21,683 new cases reported on Saturday, as UK reports 24,470 new new infections and 65 further deaths, as health authorities in China are battling to contain the country’s most widespread covid-19 outbreak in months and several Chinese cities have rolled out mass testing of millions of people and imposed fresh travel restriction, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
2 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 199.428.192 cases, 184.571 new cases and 4.244.813 total deaths: 2 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 199.428.192 cases, 184.571 new cases and 4.244.813 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.901.506 cases and 1.798 new cases, as India reported 31.685.183 cases and 10 new cases, as Brazil reported 19.941.798 cases, as Russia reported Russia 6.312.185 cases and 23.508 new cases, as France reported 6.146.619 cases, as Iran reports more than 37,000 cases of covid-19 in 24 hours for the first time, as millions under strict lockdown in China after covid-19 outbreak, reporting 55 new locally transmitted cases while an outbreak of the fast-spreading Delta variant reached more than 20 cities and more than a dozen provinces, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
3 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 199.829.855 cases and 4.248.684 total deaths: 3 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 199.829.855 cases and 4.248.684 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 35.989.726 cases, as India reported 31.715.192 cases, as Brazil reported 19.955.435 cases, as Russia reported Russia 6.312.185 cases, as France reported 6.151.803 cases, as China authorities to test all Wuhan’s 11 million residents amid new covid cases, as UK reports 138 deaths amid 21,691 new cases, as USA covid hospitalisations rise as doctors say patients are unvaccinated, as hundreds of Australian health workers in isolation as Delta hits Queensland, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
4 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 200.520.306 cases, 13.356 new cases and 4.259.332 total deaths: 4 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 200.520.306 cases, 13.356 new cases and 4.259.332 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 36.156.515 cases, as India reported 31.757.739 cases, as Brazil reported 19.987.132 cases, as Russia reported 6.334.195 cases, as France reported 6.178.632 cases, as China shuts down transport routes as it battles worst outbreak in months, as DR of Congo has infected a cumulative 50,529 people with 1,045 total fatalities, as doctors’ union in the country has called off a three-week-old strike, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
5 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 201.215.464, 47.267 new cases and 4.269.927 total deaths: 5 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 201.215.464, 47.267 new cases and 4.269.927 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 36.289.732 cases, as India reported 31.800.551 cases, as Brazil reported 19.992.587 cases, as Russia reported 6.356.784 cases, as France reported 6.207.415 cases and 4.042 new cases, as Indonesia recorded 1,747 new deaths of covid-19 in the last 24 hours, pushing the nation’s total deaths to 100,636 deaths with Delta variant overwhelming hospitals and frustrations with government response, while country's total number of infections has now reached 3.53 million, as UK reports 30,215 covid-19 cases and 86 deaths, while Japan decided on Thursday to expand its covid-19 emergency restrictions to cover more than 70% of the population as infections are rising faster than ever and a surge in cases strains the medical system in the Olympics host city Tokyo and elsewhere, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
6 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 201.921.119, 12.387 new cases and 4.280.297 total deaths: 6 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 201.921.119, 12.387 new cases and 4.280.297 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 36.417.090 cases, as India reported 31.845.548 cases, as Brazil reported 20.069.646 cases, as Russia reported 6.379.904 cases, as France reported 6.233.876 cases and 4.478 new cases, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
7 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 202.669.712, 52.867 new cases and 4.291.650 total deaths: 7 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 202.669.712, 52.867 new cases and 4.291.650 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 36.558.629 cases, as India reported 31.884.240 cases, as Brazil reported 20.111.765 cases, as Russia reported 6.402.564 cases, as France reported 6.258.954 cases and 132 new cases, also reporting 1,510 people in intensive care units, as Australia detected a record daily number of new covid-19 cases for the year with the country’s most populous states of New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland recording cases of the highly infectious Delta variant, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
8 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 203.334.422 cases, 2.244 new cases and 4.300.476 total deaths: 8 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include covid-19 data include 203.334.422 cases, 2.244 new cases and 4.300.476 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 36.645.726 cases, as India reported 31.923.306 cases, as Brazil reported 20.154.823 cases, as Russia reported 6.424.884 cases, as France reported 6.284.708 cases, also reporting 1,510 people in intensive care units, as Australia detected a record daily number of new covid-19 cases for the year with the country’s most populous states of New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland recording cases of the highly infectious Delta variant, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
9 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 203.685.950, 98.973 new cases and 4.309.108 total deaths: 9 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 203.685.950, 98.973 new cases and 4.309.108 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 36.540.792 cases and -127.889 new cases, as India reported 31.959.339 cases, as Brazil reported 20.168.522 cases, as Russia reported 6.447.750 cases, as France reported 6.305.158 cases, as one covid-19 death every two minutes in Iran, as Tokyo reports 2,884 new cases following close of the Olympics, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
10 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 204.385.617, 33.597 new cases and 4.318.011 total deaths: 10 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 204.385.617, 33.597 new cases and 4.318.011 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 36.735.642 cases, as India reported 31.986.760 cases, as Brazil reported 20.180.838 cases, as Russia reported 6.491.288 cases, as France reported 6.339.509 cases, as Delta variant renders herd immunity from covid-19 ‘mythical’ according to the head of the Oxford Vaccine Group, as Manila in lockdown as Delta cases soar in the Philippines, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
11 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 205.011.388, 40.190 new cases and 4.327.583 total deaths: 11 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 205.011.388, 40.190 new cases and 4.327.583, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 36.875.240 cases, as India reported 32.021.177 cases, as Brazil reported 20.184.418 cases, as Russia reported 6.469.910 cases, as France reported 6.310.933 cases, as Thai police crack down on protest which sought to demonstrate outside PM's home against the regime and its handling of the covid-19 crisis, as USA deportation flights under covid-related public health orders 'illegal' according to UN, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
12 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 205.702.974 cases, 11.425 new cases and 4.338.427 total deaths: 12 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 205.702.974 cases, 11.425 new cases and 4.338.427 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 36.997.974 cases, as India reported 32.066.708 cases, as Brazil reported 20.249.893 cases, as Russia reported 6.512.859 cases, as France reported 6.370.429 cases, as UK reports 33,074 new cases and 94 deaths, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
13 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 206.413.712 cases, 58.847 new cases and 4.348.037 total deaths: 13 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 206.413.712 cases, 58.847 new cases and 4.348.037 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 37.173.980 cases and 17.730 new cases, as India reported 32.066.708 cases, as Brazil reported 20.255.401 cases, as Russia reported 6.534.791 cases, as France reported 6.398.983 cases, amid warning of covid-19 ‘disaster’ in Japan, as local media report Paralympics will be held without spectators as infections rise to more than 18,000 a day in wake of Olympics, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue, and as Africa faces years of post-covid instability, according to analysts and experts
14 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 207.172.928 cases, 377.845 new cases and 4.359.300 total deaths: 14 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 207.172.928 cases, 377.845 new cases and 4.359.300 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 37.364.647 cases and 319.599 new cases, as India reported 32.066.708 cases, as Brazil reported 20.320.711 cases, as Russia reported 6.557.068 cases, as France reported 6.425.436 cases, as Iran to impose six-day lockdown to combat coronavirus ‘fifth wave’, as UK reports a further 29,520 cases, and as global covid-19 crisis, and defense efforts continue
15 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 207.762.800, 37.599 new cases and 4.369.242 total deaths: 15 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 207.762.800, 37.599 new cases and 4.369.242 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 37.409.307 cases, as India reported 32.181.669 cases, as Brazil reported 20.352.725 cases, as Russia reported 6.579.212 cases, as France reported 6.449.863 cases, as global covid-19 crisis, and defense efforts continue
16 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 208.196.487 cases and 4.375.995 total deaths: 16 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 208.196.487 cases and 4.375.995 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 37.466.532 cases, as India reported 32.214.887 cases, as Brazil reported 20.367.176 cases, as Russia reported 6.600.836 cases, as France reported 6.471.035 cases, as UK reports 28,438 new cases, as Tokyo Paralympics bans spectators due to covid, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
17 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 208.872.306 cases, 29.764 new cases and 4.384.757 total deaths: 17 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 208.872.306 cases, 29.764 new cases and 4.384.757 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 37.638.580 cases, as India reported 32.239.279 cases, as Brazil reported 20.381.714 cases, as Russia reported 6.621.601 cases, as France reported 6.476.864 cases, as UK reports 28,438 new cases, as Tokyo Paralympics bans spectators due to covid, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
18 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 209.591.577 cases, 26.228 new cases and 4.396.064 total deaths: 18 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 209.591.577 cases, 26.228 new cases and 4.396.064 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 37.862.973 cases, as India reported 32.239.606 cases, as Brazil reported 20.419.740 cases, as Russia reported 6.642.559 cases, as France reported 6.504.978 cases, as growing New Zealand covid-19 cluster linked to Sydney Delta outbreak, as daily cases surge to 633 in New South Wales, as wealthy countries' booster campaigns 'leave poorer people to drown' according to WHO, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
19 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 210.255.556 cases, 5.686 new cases and 4.405.187 total deaths: 19 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include covid-19 data include 210.255.556 cases, 5.686 new cases and 4.405.187 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 38.038.997 cases, as India reported 32.239.606 cases, as Brazil reported 20.464.226 cases, as Russia reported 6.663.473 cases, as France reported 6.533.383 cases, as Japan reports record cases as critical care beds reaching capacity, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
20 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 211.046.443 cases, 84.779 new cases and 4.418.297 total deaths: 20 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 211.046.443 cases, 84.779 new cases and 4.418.297 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 338.231.734 cases, as India reported 32.239.606 cases, as Brazil reported 20.500.419 cases, as Russia reported 6.684.531 cases and 797 deaths, as France reported 6.557.356 cases, as Sri Lanka has announced a nationwide lockdown, bowing to intense pressure from medical experts as covid-19 infections overwhelmed hospitals, as 9,000 covid cases linked to Euro 2020 games in mass events scheme, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
21 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 211.620.582 cases and 4.426.423 total deaths: 21 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 211.620.582 cases and 4.426.423 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 38.384.187 cases and 152.453 new cases, as India reported 32.239.606 cases, as Brazil reported 20.534.547 cases and 34.128 new cases, as Russia reported 6.705.523 cases and 20.992 new cases, as France reported 6.557.356 cases, as covid-19 Delta variant has swept across south-east Asia over recent months, prompting lockdowns and overwhelming hospitals, from Malaysia to Thailand and Indonesia, as now the impact is being felt in the Philippines, just as the country’s chronic lack of health workers reaches a crisis point, as Vietnam has reported another 11,321 covid-19 infections, its highest daily tally during the pandemic, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
22 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 212.179.205 cases, 558.623 new cases and 4.436.140 total deaths: 22 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 212.179.205 cases, 558.623 new cases and 4.436.140 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 38.519.241 cases and 135.054 new cases, as India reported 32.239.606 cases, as Brazil reported 20.560.703 cases and 26.156 new cases, as Russia reported 6.726.523 cases and 21.000 new cases, as France reported 6.557.356 cases, as covid-19 Delta variant has swept across south-east Asia over recent months, prompting lockdowns and overwhelming hospitals, from Malaysia to Thailand and Indonesia, as now the impact is being felt in the Philippines, just as the country’s chronic lack of health workers reaches a crisis point, as Vietnam has reported another 11,321 covid-19 infections, its highest daily tally during the pandemic, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
23 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 212.636.662 cases, 399.477 new cases and 4.443.863 total deaths: 23 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 212.636.662 cases, 399.477 new cases and 4.443.863 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 38.545.091 cases and 30.055 new cases, as India reported 32.239.606 cases, as Brazil reported 20.574.595 cases and 13.966 new cases, as Russia reported 6.747.087 cases and 20.564 new cases, as France reported 6.619.611 cases, as UK reports 31,914 new cases, as soldiers enforcing Ho Chi Minh city lockdown with people in the Vietnamese city not even allowed to leave house to buy food, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
24 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 213.281.594 cases, 644.932 new cases and 4.451.167 total deaths: 24 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 213.281.594 cases, 644.932 new cases and 4.451.167 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 38.744.358 cases and 199.267 new cases, as India reported 32.239.606 cases, as Brazil reported 20.621.756 cases and 31.688 new cases, as Russia reported 6.785.374 cases and 18.833 new cases, as France reported 6.649.630 cases and 24.853 new cases, as USA's Biden to be briefed on USA covid-19 origins report, as Delta variant has 300 times greater viral load according to South Korean study, as northern Ireland's infection rate highest in the UK, as Iranian regime urged to accept western vaccines amid deadly covid-19 wave, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
25 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 214.027.098 cases, 745.504 new cases and 4.463.656 total deaths: 25 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 214.027.098 cases, 745.504 new cases and 4.463.656 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as USA reported 38.968.872 cases and 224.514 new cases, as India reported 32.239.606 cases, as Brazil reported 20.590.068 cases and 15.473 new cases, as Russia reported 6.766.541 cases and 19.454 new cases, as France reported 6.624.777 cases and 5.166 new cases, as warning return to large gatherings in UK will lead to 'significant surge' in cases as 35,847 new infections reported, and as the UK government has said a further 149 people have died within 28 days of testing positive for covid-19, as number of young smokers in England rose by a quarter in first lockdown, as China criticised the USA 'politicisation' of efforts to trace the origin of the coronavirus and restated dubious demands for a USA military laboratory to be investigated, amid the release of an 'inconclusive' USA intelligence community report on the virus’ origins, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
26 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 215.032.705 cases. 687.448 new cases and 4.477.643 total deaths: 26 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 215.032.705 cases. 687.448 new cases and 4.477.643 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 victim country USA reported 39.157.196 cases and 188.324 new cases, as India reported 32.557.767 cases, as Brazil reported 20.651.464 cases and 29.708 new cases, as Russia reported 6.804.910 and 19.536 new cases, as France reported 6.673.336 cases and 23.706 new cases, as Russia reports 820 deaths in a day, as BBC presenter Lisa Shaw, mother-of-one, was killed by AstraZeneca vaccine complications in May, coroner in Newcastle rules, as China criticised the USA 'politicisation' of efforts to trace the origin of the coronavirus and restated dubious demands for a USA military laboratory to be investigated, amid the release of an 'inconclusive' USA intelligence community report on the virus’ origins, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
27 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 215.606.540 cases, 709.685 new cases and 4.491.210 total deaths: 27 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 215.606.540 cases, 709.685 new cases and 4.491.210 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 39.342.100 cases and 184.904 new cases, as India reported 32.603.188 cases and 31.927 (46,759 on Saturday according to the 'Guarcian') new cases, as Brazil reported 20.676.561 cases and 25.304 new cases, as Russia reported 6.824.540 cases and 7.821 new cases, as France reported 6.693.019 cases and 19.683 new cases, as the Delta variant of covid-19 doubles the risk of hospitalisation compared with the previously dominant Alpha variant according to a new British study, as UK reports 100 deaths and 38,046 new cases, as Scotland records highest number of daily covid cases, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
28 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 216.263.238 cases, 656.698 new cases and 4.499.912 total deaths: 28 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 216.263.238 cases, 656.698 new cases and 4.499.912 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 39.533.100 cases and 191.000 new cases, as India reported 32.649.130 cases and 45.942 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.703.906 cases and 27.345 new cases, as Russia reported 20.703.906 cases and 27.345 new cases, as France reported 6.711.268 cases and 18.249 new cases, as Vietnam reported 12,103 new cases and 352 further deaths on Friday, as restrictions in the Philippines have been extended until 7 September after the country reported a record number of daily infections for the third time in the past nine days, as Australian state of New South Wales recorded 1,035 new cases on Saturday (the highest daily total for any Australian state or territory since the pandemic began), as New Zealand records 82 new cases as outbreak worsens, as USA confirmed the world’s first case of coronavirus in deer on Friday after USDA has previously reported coronavirus in animals including dogs, cats, tigers, lions, snow leopards, otters, gorillas and mink, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
29 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 216.866.917 cases, 603.679 new cases and 4.499.912 total deaths: 29 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 216.866.917 cases, 603.679 new cases and 4.499.912 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 39.617.364 cases and 84.264 new cases, as India reported 32.695.030 cases and 45.900 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.728.605 cases and 24.699 new cases, as Russia reported 6.863.541 cases and 19.492 new cases, as France reported 6.728.858 cases and 17.590 new cases, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
30 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 217.322.327 cases and 455.410 new cases and 4.517.318 total deaths: 30 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include 217.322.327 cases and 455.410 new cases and 4.517.318 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 39.665.462 cases and 48.098 new cases, as India reported 32.737.569 cases and 42.539 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.741.815 cases and 13.210 new cases, as Russia reported 6.882.827 cases and 19.286 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 and 13.630 new cases, as Philippines has 22,366 new cases, as recovery in global trade hit by covid-19 outbreaks in east Asia, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
31 August 2021 global covid-19 data include 217.975.039 cases, 652.712 new cases and 4.525.217 total deaths: 31 August 2021: Global covid-19 data include covid-19 data include 217.975.039 cases, 652.712 new cases and 4.525.217 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 39.946.170 cases and 280.708 new cases, as India reported 32.767.820 cases and 30.251 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.752.281 cases and 10.466 new cases, as Russia reported 6.901.152 cases and 18.325 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as United Kingdom reported 6.757.650 cases and 26.227 new cases, as two Oregon counties hit hard by covid-19 are running out of space to hold bodies amid an intense surge in cases that is overwhelming the state’s healthcare system, as Italy reported 75 covid-19-related deaths on Tuesday, up from 53 the previous day, while the daily tally of new infections rose to 5,498 from 4,257 and a total of 129,221 deaths linked to thr pandemic have been registered in Italy since its outbreak emerged in February last year (the second-highest tally in Europe behind Britain and the eighth-highest globally), as Israel records nearly 11,000 new covid-19 infections, as recovery in global trade hit by covid-19 outbreaks in east Asia, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
1 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 218.614.302 cases, 639.263 new cases and 4.534.766 total deaths: 1 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 218.614.302 cases, 639.263 new cases and 4.534.766 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 40.113.070 cases and 166.900 new cases, as India reported 32.810.892 cases and 43.072 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.777.867 cases and 25.586 new cases, as Russia reported 6.918.965 cases and 17.813 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 6.789.581 cases and 31.931 new cases, as UK records 207 deaths within 28 days of covid test, as Native American tribes enforce mask mandates regardless of state bans, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
1 September 2021 WHO monitoring new coronavirus variant named 'Mu', says the variant has mutations that indicate a risk of resistance to vaccines and stressed that further studies were needed to better understand it1 September 2021: WHO monitoring new coronavirus variant named 'Mu', says the variant has mutations that indicate a risk of resistance to vaccines and stressed that further studies were needed to better understand it, as NSW's professor of Epidemiology Mary-Louise McLaws in Australia says 'we're going to be seeing variants of concern for at least another year'
2 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 219.318.101 cases. 703.799 new cases and 4.545.803 total deaths: 2 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 219.318.101 cases. 703.799 new cases and 4.545.803 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 40.325.662 cases and 212.592 new cases, as India reported 32.856.863 cases and 45.971 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.804.215 cases and 26.348 new cases, as Russia reported 6.937.333 cases and 18.368 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 6.825.074 cases and 35.493 new cases, as India reported the biggest single-day rise in covid-19 cases in two months today, as the government worries about the virus spreading from the most-affected Kerala state, schools reopening, and the start of the festival season, as Norway will begin to offer covid vaccines to children aged 12 to 15, its prime minister, because the country is currently experiencing a sharp increase in infections, particularly among young people. and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
3 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 220.021.371 cases, 703.270 new cases and 4.557.990 total deaths: 3 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 220.021.371 cases, 703.270 new cases and 4.557.990 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 40.512.881 cases and 187.219 new cases, as India reported 32.902.345 cases and 45.482 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.830.712 cases and 26.497 new cases, as Russia reported 6.956.318 cases and 18.985 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 6.862.904 cases and 37.830 new cases, as India reported the biggest single-day rise in covid-19 cases in two months today, as the government worries about the virus spreading from the most-affected Kerala state, schools reopening, and the start of the festival season, as Norway will begin to offer covid vaccines to children aged 12 to 15, its prime minister, because the country is currently experiencing a sharp increase in infections, particularly among young people. and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
4 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 220.698.453 cases, 677.082 new cases and 4.568.427 total deaths: 4 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 220.698.453 cases, 677.082 new cases and 4.568.427 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 40.703.553 cases and 190.672 new cases, as India reported 32.944.691 cases and 42.346 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.856.060 cases and 25.348 new cases, as Russia reported 6.993.954 cases and 18.780 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 6.941.611 cases and 36.642 new cases, as Australia'a NSW and ACT battle record covid cases. and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
5 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 221.217.703 cases, 519.250 new cases and 4.577.580 total deaths: 5 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include covid-19 data include 221.217.703 cases, 519.250 new cases and 4.577.580 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 40.765.303 cases and 61.750 new cases, as India reported 32.987.615 cases and 42.924 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.877.864 cases and 21.804 new cases, as Russia reported 6.975.174 cases and 18.856 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 6.904.969 cases and 42.065 new cases, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
6 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 221.622.759 cases, 405.056 new cases and 4.583.546 total deaths: 6 September 2021: Global covid-19 data includecovid-19 data include 221.622.759 cases, 405.056 new cases and 4.583.546 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 40.803.516 cases and 38.213 new cases, as India reported 33.027.136 cases and 39.521 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.890.779 cases and 12.915 new cases, as Russia reported 7.012.599 cases and 18.645 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 6.978.126 cases and 36.515 new cases, as Philippines infections reach new high, as USA's state of Mississippi hospitals overwhelmed, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
7 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 222.056.626 cases, 433.867 new cases and 4.590.396 total deaths: 7 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include covid-19 data include 222.056.626 cases, 433.867 new cases and 4.590.396 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 40.865.315 cases and 61.799 new cases, as India reported 33.057.320 cases and 30.184 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.899.933 cases and 9.154 new cases, as Russia reported 7.047.880 cases and 17.425 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.056.106 cases and 37.179 new cases, as Britain records highest number of covid-19 deaths since March, as Climate Action Network CAN, a global alliance of more than 1,500 civil society organisations, is warning that many delegates from the global south will be unable to attend the Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow this year due to vaccine inequity and prohibitive quarantine costs, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
8 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 222.713.760 cases, 657.134 new cases and 4.599.661 total deaths: 8 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 222.713.760 cases, 657.134 new cases and 4.599.661 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 41.107.348 cases and 242.033 new cases, as India reported 33.095.450 cases and 38.130 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.913.578 cases and 13.645 new cases, as Russia reported 7.030.455 cases and 17.856 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.018.927 cases and 40.801 new cases, as number of covid-19 patients in hospitals across the USA this Labor Day weekend was nearly 300% higher than this time last year, as the surge in patients comes as the highly contagious Delta variant continues to spread, as the average number of deaths was over 86% higher than the same period last year, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
9 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 223.466.308 cases, 752.548 new cases and 4.610.752 total deaths: 9 September 2021: Global covid-19 data covid-19 data include 223.466.308 cases, 752.548 new cases and 4.610.752 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 41.381.656 cass and 274.308 new cases, as India reported 33.138.856 cases and 43.406 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.928.008 cases and 14.430 new cases, as Russia reported 7.065.904 cases and 18.024 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.094.592 cases and 38.486 new cases, as covid-19 cases among children are surging in the USA as students head back to school and as infections in children are highest in areas with low vaccination rates, as the WHO called for countries to avoid giving out extra covid-19 jabs until year-end, pointing to the millions worldwide who have yet to receive a single dose, AFP reports, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
10 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 224.089.666 cases, 623.358 new cases and 4.621.949 total deaths: 10 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 224.089.666 cases, 623.358 new cases and 4.621.949 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 41.557.148 cases and 175.492 new cases, as India reported 33.163.004 cases and 24.148 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.958.899 cases and 30.891 new cases, as Russia reported 7.084.284 cases and 18.380 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.132.072 cases and 37.480 new cases, as case rates rise in 92% of UK’s local areas, as Kenya’s economy has shrunk for the first time in three decades amid the covid-19 crisis, and as almost 740,000 people have lost their jobs as a result, as students aged 12 and over in the Los Angeles public school system soon will need to be fully vaccinated to attend classes in-person, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
11 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 224.713.852 cases, 624.186 new cases and 4.631.953 total deaths: 11 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 224.713.852 cases, 624.186 new cases and 4.631.953 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 41.739.325 cases and 182.177 new cases, as India reported 33.200.877 cases and 37.873 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.974.850 cases and 15.951 new cases, as Russia reported 7.102.625 cases and 18.341 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.168.806 cases and 36.734 new cases, as UK records a further 156 deaths, bringing the overall death toll for the country to 134,144 victims, as the Philippines reported a record 26,303 new daily covid-19 cases, and confirmed cases rose to 2.206 million, while deaths rose by 79 to 34,978 victims, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
12 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 225.173.692 cases, 459.840 new cases and 4.639.825 total deaths: 12 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 225.173.692 cases, 459.840 new cases and 4.639.825 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 41.815.661 cases and 76.336 new cases, as India reported 33.232.168 cases and 31.291 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.989.164 cases and 14.314 new cases, as Russia reported 7.121.516 cases and 18.891 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.197.662 cases and 28.856 new cases, as France reported 29 coronavirus deaths on Sunday, bringing the overall death toll to 88,776, with 2,129 people recorded as currently in intensive care, as Malaysia reported 100 covid-19 deaths yesterday, and announced a further 492 backlog deaths, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
13 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 225.552.606 cases, 378.914 new cases and 4.645.797 total deaths: 13 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include covid-19 data include 225.552.606 cases, 378.914 new cases and 4.645.797 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 41.853.309 cases and 37.648 new cases, as India reported 33.263.542 cases and 31.374 new cases, as Brazil reported 20.999.779 cases and 10.615 new cases, as Russia reported 7.140.070 cases and 18.554 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.226.276 cases and 28.614 new cases, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
14 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 226.114.913 cases, 562.307 new cases and 4.653.581 total deaths: 14 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 226.114.913 cases, 562.307 new cases and 4.653.581 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 42.070.519 cases and 217.210 new cases, as India reported 33.288.021 cases and 24.479 new cases, as Brazil reported 21.006.424 cases and 6.645 new cases, as Russia reported 7.158.248 cases and 18.178 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.256.559 cases and 30.283 new cases, as cases double in new south-east China covid-19 outbreak linked to school, as Africa ‘left behind by rest of the world’ on vaccines according to WHO, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
15 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 226.690.001 cases, 575.088 new cases and 4.663.358 total deaths: 15 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 226.690.001 cases, 575.088 new cases and 4.663.358 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 2.266.624 cases and 196.105 new cases, as India reported 33.315.512 cases and 27.491 new cases, as Brazil reported 21.019.830 cases and 13.406 new cases, as Russia reported 7.176.085 cases and 17.837 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.282.810 cases and 26.251 new cases, as Singapore reports worst daily covid-19 case tally in more than a year, as Indan Kerala state’s cases have consistently remained high since mid-May, as thousands of unvaccinated French health workers face suspension without pay from Wednesday under a new covid-19, and last week, the state accounted for almost 70% of India’s new covid-19 cases and the state’s positivity rate continues to hover at about 17%, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
16 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 227.305.513 cases, 615.512 new cases and 4.674.107 total deaths: 16 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 227.305.513 cases, 615.512 new cases and 4.674.107 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 42.464.355 cases and 197.731 new cases, as India reported 33.345.873 cases and 30.361 cases, as Brazil reported 21.034.610 cases and 14.780 new cases, as Russia reported 7.194.926 cases and 18.841 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.312.683 cases and 29.873 new cases, as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
17 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 227.898.031 cases, 592.518 new cases and 4.685.398 total deaths: 17 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 227.898.031 cases, 592.518 new cases and 4.685.398 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 42.628.605 cases and 164.250 new cases, as India reported 33.380.522 cases and 34.649 new cases, as Brazil reported 21.069.017 cases and 34.407 new cases, as Russia reported 7.214.520 cases and 19.594 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.339.009 cases and 26.326 new cases, as UK records 32,651 new covid-19 cases and 178 deaths within 28 days of a positive covid-19 test, as Africa jabs shortfall ‘risks deadly variants according to WHO, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
18 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 228.482.919 cases, 584.888 new cases and 4.694.428 total deaths: 18 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 228.482.919 cases, 584.888 new cases and 4.694.428 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 42.799.854 cases and 171.249 new cases, as India reported 33.415.889 cases and 35.367 new cases, as Brazil reported 21.102.536 cases and 33.519 new cases, as Singapore records highest daily case increase since April 2020 with 1,009 new covid-19 cases on Saturday, as France reported 89,206 covid-19 deaths in hospital, an increase of 42, Reuters reports, as the country has had more than 115,000 deaths overall, as Russia reported 7.234.425 cases and 19.905 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as UK reported 7.371.301 cases and 32.292 new cases, as Russia reports 20,329 new cases in 24 hours amid Duma elections, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
19 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 228.987.372 cases, 504.453 new cases and 4.700.932 total deaths: 18 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 228.987.372 cases, 504.453 new cases and 4.700.932 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 42.843.982 cases and 44.128 new cases, as India reported 33.447.010 cases and 31.121 new cases, as Brazil reported 21.230.325 cases and 127.789 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, and 89,206 covid-19 deaths in hospital, an increase of 42, as the country has had more than 115,000 deaths overall, as Russia reported 7.254.754 cases, 20.329 new cases, as country's number of deaths was 793 amid Duma elections, up from 780 yesterday ('The Guardian'), as UK reported 7.400.739 cases and 29.438 new cases, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
20 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 229.387.598 cases, 400.226 new cases and 4.707.486 total deaths: 20 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 229.387.598 cases, 400.226 new cases and 4.707.486 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 42.900.853 cases and 56.871 new cases, as India reported 33.477.819 cases and 30.809 new cases, as Brazil reported 21.239.783 cases and 9.458 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as Russia reported 7.274.928 cases and 20.174 new cases, as UK reported 7.429.746 cases and 36,100 new cases (according to 'The Guardian'), and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
21 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 229.919.141 cases, 531.543 new cases and 4.715.477 total deaths: 21 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 229.919.141 cases, 531.543 new cases and 4.715.477 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 43.107.575 cases and 206.722 new cases, as India reported 33.502.744 cases and 24.925 new cases, as Brazil reported 21.247.667 cases and 7.884 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as Russia reported 7.294.672 cases and 19.744 new cases, as UK reported 7.465.448 cases and 35.702 new cases, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
22 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 230.363.064 cases, 443.923 new cases and 4.723.580 total deaths: 22 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 230.363.064 cases, 443.923 new cases and 4.723.580 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 43.229.696 cases and 122.121 new cases, as India reported 33.530.077 cases and 27.333 new cases, as Brazil reported 21.247.667 cases and 7.884 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as Russia reported 7.313.851 cases and 19.179 new cases, as UK reported 7.496.543 cases and 31.095 new cases, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue
23 September 2021 global covid-19 data include 230.924.615 cases, 561.551 new cases and 4.733.488 total deaths: 23 September 2021: Global covid-19 data include 230.924.615 cases, 561.551 new cases and 4.733.488 total deaths, according to Israel's 'Haaretz', as covid-19 main victim country USA reported 43.394.532 cases and 164.836 new cases, as India reported 33.562.034 cases and 31.957 new cases, as Brazil reported 21.283.567 cases and 35.900 new cases, as France reported 6.742.488 cases, as Russia reported 7.333.557 and 19.706 new cases, as UK reported 7.530.103 cases and 33.560 new cases, and as global covid-19 crisis and defense efforts continue

Since 2019/2020 impact of the covid-19 pandemic on crime, state crimes, organised crime, terrorism, street crime, hate crimes and racism: Since 2019/2020 impact of the covid-19 pandemic on crime, state crimes, organised crime, terrorism, street crime, online crime, illegal markets and smuggling, on hate crimes, racism, policing, judicial system, and on prisons
18 June 2020 mass surveillance could be here to stay: 18 June 2020: Extensive surveillance measures introduced around the world during the covid-19 outbreak have widened and become entrenched, according to digital rights experts, saying mass surveillance could be here to stay, as governments have been already accused of denting civil rights with the widespread use of techniques such as phone monitoring, contact tracing apps, and physical surveillance such as CCTV with facial recognition
9 December 2020 covid-19 used as pretext to curtail civil rights around the world: 9 December 2020: State of civil liberties around the world - even including EU and USA - is bleak, according to a new study which found that 87% of the global population were living in nations deemed 'closed', 'repressed' or 'obstructed', as figure is a 4% increase on last year’s and civil rights were found to have deteriorated in almost every country in the world during covid-19, as number of governments have used the pandemic as an excuse to curtail rights such as free speech, peaceful assembly and freedom of association, according to 'Civicus Monitor', an alliance of civil society groups which assessed 196 countries
8 April 2021 AI says hidden human rights crises threaten post-covid global security: 8 April 2021: Hidden human rights crises threaten post-covid global security, Amnesty International says, adding that ‘crises will multiply’ if escalating repression by governments under pretext of pandemic ignored, according to new elected secretary general and Amnesty International Report 2020/21, documenting the human rights situation in 149 countries in 2020, as well as providing global and regional analysis
Rights violations, xenophobia and racism related to the covid-19 pandemic: List of incidents of rights violations, xenophobia and racism related to the covid-19 pandemic
18 February 2021 indigenous communities in tropical countries faced a wave of human rights abuses: 18 February 2021: Indigenous communities in some of the world’s most forested tropical countries have faced a wave of human rights abuses during the covid-19 pandemic as governments prioritise extractive industries in economic recovery plans, according to a new report by the NGO Forest Peoples Programme, saying new mines, infrastructure projects and agricultural plantations in Brazil, Colombia, the D.R. the Congo, Indonesia and Peru are driving land grabs and violence against indigenous peoples as governments seek to revive economies hit by the pandemic
29 July 2021 Malala says girls' education 'worth fighting for': 29 July 2021: 'The world is facing a girls' education crisis', with more than 130 million girls missing out on school around the world, Malala Yousafzai has warned, saying 'their futures are worth fighting for' at a global education summit in London, and adding that the recovery from the covid-19 pandemic had to mean fair access to education

Since 2019/2020 impact of the covid-19 pandemic on crime, state crimes, organised crime, terrorism, street crime, hate crimes and racism: Since 2019/2020 impact of the covid-19 pandemic on crime, state crimes, organised crime, terrorism, street crime, online crime, illegal markets and smuggling, on hate crimes, racism, policing, judicial system, and on prisons
18 June 2020 mass surveillance could be here to stay: 18 June 2020: Extensive surveillance measures introduced around the world during the covid-19 outbreak have widened and become entrenched, according to digital rights experts, saying mass surveillance could be here to stay, as governments have been already accused of denting civil rights with the widespread use of techniques such as phone monitoring, contact tracing apps, and physical surveillance such as CCTV with facial recognition
9 December 2020 covid-19 used as pretext to curtail civil rights around the world: 9 December 2020: State of civil liberties around the world - even including EU and USA - is bleak, according to a new study which found that 87% of the global population were living in nations deemed 'closed', 'repressed' or 'obstructed', as figure is a 4% increase on last year’s and civil rights were found to have deteriorated in almost every country in the world during covid-19, as number of governments have used the pandemic as an excuse to curtail rights such as free speech, peaceful assembly and freedom of association, according to 'Civicus Monitor', an alliance of civil society groups which assessed 196 countries
8 April 2021 AI says hidden human rights crises threaten post-covid global security: 8 April 2021: Hidden human rights crises threaten post-covid global security, Amnesty International says, adding that ‘crises will multiply’ if escalating repression by governments under pretext of pandemic ignored, according to new elected secretary general and Amnesty International Report 2020/21, documenting the human rights situation in 149 countries in 2020, as well as providing global and regional analysis
Rights violations, xenophobia and racism related to the covid-19 pandemic: List of incidents of rights violations, xenophobia and racism related to the covid-19 pandemic
18 February 2021 indigenous communities in tropical countries faced a wave of human rights abuses: 18 February 2021: Indigenous communities in some of the world’s most forested tropical countries have faced a wave of human rights abuses during the covid-19 pandemic as governments prioritise extractive industries in economic recovery plans, according to a new report by the NGO Forest Peoples Programme, saying new mines, infrastructure projects and agricultural plantations in Brazil, Colombia, the D.R. the Congo, Indonesia and Peru are driving land grabs and violence against indigenous peoples as governments seek to revive economies hit by the pandemic
29 July 2021 Malala says girls' education 'worth fighting for': 29 July 2021: 'The world is facing a girls' education crisis', with more than 130 million girls missing out on school around the world, Malala Yousafzai has warned, saying 'their futures are worth fighting for' at a global education summit in London, and adding that the recovery from the covid-19 pandemic had to mean fair access to education






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