9:24 – V Hungary recorded a record 941 new cases of covid-19 on Thursday and six people died. A total of 1,6111 people have been tested positive in the country so far and a total of 669 people have died.
8:42 – V Indonesia Another 122 people infected with coronavirus died, a total of 9222 victims. In the last week, an average of 105 people die daily, a quarter more than the previous week. There are now 56,720 active cases of SARS-CoV-2 in the country.
7:54 – China recorded the highest number of new coronavirus infections per month on Thursday, with SARS-CoV-2 confirmed in 32 people. However, these are only people who came to the country from abroad. In the country, secovide-19 has already infected 85,255 people.
7:33 – The Czech Republic has ten times more cases of coronavirus than Slovakia. In the EU, the Czech Republic is third after Spain and France at 14 days per capita.
7:29 – Due to the coronavirus, the construction of the Sagrada Família in Barcelona will not be completed. The iconic building by architect Antonio Gaudí was to be completed on the 100th anniversary of the architect’s death in 2026. The AFP agency informed about it.
“The consequences of the pandemic have forced us to reconsider the schedule. It will affect the completion we planned for 2026, says Esteve Camps, who is responsible for implementing one of the most popular tourist attractions in Spain.
7:16 – Eight million more are infected worldwide in one month. A new type of coronavirus causing covid-19 appeared in China in December last year, and the first person with coronavirus died on January 11. The number of infected people in the world began to increase in July, now it grows with one million infected every three to five days.
6:07 – V Germany There were a further 1916 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection on Thursday, according to the Robert Koch Institute. This is less than the previous day and also less than in the eight times smaller Czech Republic, which registered a record increase of 3130 infected. Another seven patients died and the total number of deaths was 9378. A total of 267,773 people were in the country with a population of approximately 83 million ha of coronavirus.
5:55 – In the Czech Republic, SARS-CoV-2 infection was confirmed in 3,130 people on Thursday, which is a similar figure as for the whole month of March. There are currently 20,289 infected in the country and 44,155 people have been infected since the beginning of the epidemic, of which 489 have died. Four deaths occurred on Thursday, the Ministry of Health said after midnight on Thursday.
According to Wednesday’s information, there are 413 infected patients in hospital, of which 91 are in serious condition. Since Tuesday, the number of hospital stays has increased by 25 and serious cases by ten.
The number of infections increased significantly last week, when the daily increase exceeded 1000 for the first time. Since then, with the exception of Sunday, more than a thousand confirmed illnesses have increased daily. On Wednesday, the number of infected exceeded 2,000.
|Monthly increases in the number of infections in the Czech Republic|
|Moon||Number of cases per month|
|September (from 1 to 17)||19,539 th most common|
The disease is now most prevalent in Prague and in the adjacent central Bohemian districts. In the last seven days, there have been 191 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the capital, followed by Kroměříž with 171 cases, and the districts of Prague-East, Prague-West, Pilsen-South and Uherské Hradiště have more than 150 infections per 100,000 inhabitants.
5:45 – The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 exceeds 30 million worldwide. That’s according to statistics from the American Johns Hopkins University. More than 943,000 infected people died. More than half of all cases occur in the three most affected countries, the United States, India and Brazil, which register 6.6 million, 5.1 million and 4.4 million infected.
The rate of spread is stabilizing, with about one million more infected approximately every four days since mid-July. In the last seven days, the highest number of infections is in Asia due to India, where there were over 650,000 cases. In Europe, the number of cases in the United Kingdom, France and the Czech Republic increased in one week.
5:45 – Since Friday, several countries have introduced stricter measures to slow down the spread of coronavirus. IN Israeli The three-week nationwide closure will begin at 1 p.m., residents will not be able to move more than 500 meters from the house, except to shop, see a doctor and work from home. The celebration of the Jewish New Year begins. In seven areas Northeastern United Kingdom from midnight there are restrictions on opening hours for bars and restaurants. The companies are closed between midnight and seven in the morning and guests must sit in them.
5:42 – From 9:00, the Czech Republic is on the list of risky countries in Slovakia, where people can only take a negative test for coronavirus for 72 hours, otherwise they have to quarantine.