Global Data Epidemiologist Report of Covid-19


Globally, the total confirmed cases of Covid-19 have reached over 115,297,000, with more than 2,561,000 deaths and 75,907,000 recoveries. After trending downwards in mid-February, the daily confirmed cases and deaths in Brazil both continue to climb. Brazil is surpassed by the US and India for total confirmed Covid-19 cases and followed by Russia, the UK, France, and Spain. Italy, which is eighth in total cases, has seen an uptick in daily confirmed cases in the past week, although daily deaths have remained fairly steady. The US and Brazil continue to lead the world in total deaths. Germany will consider extending its 11-week lockdown, set to expire next week, if weekly infection rates continue to surpass 100 per 100,000 people. Meanwhile, in the US, several states are beginning to ease restrictions. Texas and Mississippi are fully lifting business capacity limits and statewide mask mandates later this month.

Global: The global Covid death toll has passed 2.56 million with a figure of 2,560,965 according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University. Meanwhile, infections have passed 115 million world wide.

Police in China and South Africa have seized thousands of fake doses of Covid-19 jabs, adding that Interpol has warned this represented only the “tip of the iceberg” in vaccine-related crime.

US: US Covid-19 infections have passed 28,760,000. Meanwhile, the US coronavirus death toll is 518,453 according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University.

New infections are dropping in the United States, Canada and Mexico but vaccinations have hardly begun in Latin America, raising the risk of dangerous new variants emerging, the Pan American Health Organization has said.

Serbia: Serbia is struggling to contain a wave of new cases triggered by more infectious strains and health experts have urged the government to impose another lockdown despite the country’s massive vaccine rollout.

Brazil: Brazil’s senate backed a $7.8 billion round of Covid aid for the poor in a first-round vote as a new wave of the pandemic batters the economy and pushes the health system to the brink of collapse. The vote came after a day of 1,910 fatalities, the second day of record deaths. The country said it reached an agreement to buy Pfizer Inc.’s vaccine.

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