New pandemic outbreak - The situation internationally

What are the efforts to limit the spread of the problem

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Of concern is the rise in cases and deaths in Europe, which is experiencing a new pandemic outbreak. Many countries are stepping up vaccinations, speeding up the procedures for administering the third attempt to reduce the extent of the problem.


The British health authorities announced on Tuesday that 24 cases of SARS-CoV-33.117 had been confirmed in the previous 2 hours and another 262 patients had died of COVID-19. Officially, the new coronavirus pandemic in the United Kingdom has cost the lives of 142.124 people out of a total of 9.367.348 recorded infections. The death toll includes only patients who died 28 days after being diagnosed with the virus. 8.900 patients were treated in British hospitals yesterday COVID-19. Infections decreased by 14,8% in the last 14 days, but deaths increased by 2,6%, according to the authorities. The government lifted most of the restrictive measures citing the progress of the immunization campaign. More than 50 million people, 87% of citizens over the age of 12, have received the first dose of the vaccine COVID-19 and 79% have been fully vaccinated, according to the latest data. Continued administration of booster doses has reached 18% of the target population.


The confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 in Germany increased by 39.832 in the previous 24 hours, reaching 4.844.054, according to the data published today, Wednesday, by the Robert Koch Institute, the country's epidemiological surveillance body. This is an unprecedented number of cases (37.120) was recorded last week, with the Minister of Health Jens Span talking about a "pandemic of the unvaccinated". The deaths of 236 patients with COVID-19 increased the death toll from the new coronavirus pandemic in the country to 96.963 dead to date, according to the same source.


A total of 76.790 people were diagnosed with the new outbreak last week in the Netherlands, a 45% increase from the previous seven days, the Dutch National Institute of Public Health (RIVM) said on Tuesday. The admissions of patients with COVID-19 in hospitals reached 1.137 per week from the 3rd to the 9th of November (+ 18% on a weekly basis). 204 of them (+ 40%) had to be admitted to intensive care units (ICU). Cases of SARS-CoV-2 have increased in all regions of the country and in all age groups. In the past 24 hours, RIVM recorded 11.532 cases the number of infections remained above the 10.000 mark for the sixth consecutive day. However, it remained below the 2021 record, the 12.024 cases diagnosed on November 6th. The weekly moving average is almost 11.000 infections (exactly 10.970) on a daily basis. The dramatic rise in cases has prompted a group of hospitals to call on the government to take action yesterday. (24908771)


The Brazilian Ministry of Health announced yesterday Tuesday that 24 patients with COVID-19 and 10.948 cases of SARS-CoV-2 were confirmed. With 609.756 dead After the outbreak of the new coronavirus in its territory, the largest state in Latin America with a population of 212 million records the second heaviest death toll in the world in absolute numbers, behind only the United States. Laboratory-confirmed cases have now reached a total of 21.897.025, with Brazil remaining third in the world in terms of the number of reported viral infections, behind the United States and India, at least according to official figures. However, as vaccination finally progressed, the rolling average of deaths per 24 hours in the last 14 days fell below 350, from nearly 3.000 who had reached the peak of the pandemic in April.


The Mexican Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday that 24 patients had died in the previous 299 hours with COVID-19 and 3.663 cases of SARS-CoV-2 were confirmed. With 290.110 deaths since it broke out in its territory, the country of 126 million inhabitants records the fourth heaviest report of the pandemic of the new coronavirus in the world in absolute numbers. The recorded cases have reached 3.831.259, always according to the numbers of the ministry, but its executives acknowledge that they are very underestimated in relation to reality.


The Singapore Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday that 24 cases of SARS-CoV-3.397 had been confirmed in the past 2 hours, bringing the total number of reported infections with the new coronavirus to 224.200 in the city-state. At the same time, 12 patients succumbed due to its complications COVID-19, with the pandemic toll reaching them 523 dead, according to official data. Of the cases in the past 24 hours, 2.222 were due to transmission to the community, 169 were found in migrant workers' dormitories, and 6 were diagnosed during checks at Singapore's gates. Yesterday, 1.700 patients were treated in hospitals with COVID-19, of which 72 in critical condition, intubated in intensive care units (ICU). The occupancy rate of ICUs increased to 72,4%.


Vietnam's Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday that 24 SARS-CoV-8.133 infections had been confirmed in the past 2 hours, bringing the total to 984.805. The account of patients with COVID-19 who succumbed has now reached 22.686, according to the same source. As of yesterday, some 98 million doses of the vaccine had been given to the country of 92 million COVID-19, according to the ministry. The vast majority of infections caused by the new coronavirus in Vietnam (exactly 979.840) have been diagnosed since late April, when the current pandemic wave, which is attributed to the most contagious Delta variant, occurred. As of March, just over 2.500 infections had been diagnosed in the Asian country and deaths were only 35.


The Malaysian Ministry of Health announced today that in the 24 hours until midnight yesterday Tuesday 78 patients succumbed to COVID-19 and 5.403 cases of SARS-CoV-2 were confirmed. The death toll from the pandemic of the new coronavirus in the Asian country of 33 million inhabitants has so far reached 29.427 dead out of a total of 2.517.173 infections, according to official data. The so-called active cases increased to 61.803. Intensive care units (ICUs) in Malaysian hospitals treat 542 patients with COVID-19, the 268 intubated. Until yesterday he had fully vaccinated against COVID-19 75,5% of citizens, while 78,3% have taken at least one first dose, according to the Ministry of Health.