Covid-19 infected more than 354 million people worldwide and killed more than 5.6 million people. Here are some of the latest developments related to coronavirus:
Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Latin American countries report new cases, deaths
Countries across Latin America are reporting new Covid-19 infections and deaths, according to official data released.
At least 259 people have died in Brazil in the last 24 hours, and virus-related deaths have increased to 623,309, according to data from the Brazilian Ministry of Health.
An additional 83,340 people were positive, with a total of more than 24.1 million cases.
According to the Ministry of Health, the number of cases of Covid-19 in Mexico has increased by 17,938, while the number of deaths has increased by 118 in the past day.
To date, approximately 126 million countries have recorded more than 4.68 million cases, 303,301 deaths and more than 3.76 million recovery.
The Colombian Ministry of Health reported that the number of deaths from the virus has increased by 237 and the number of deaths in the country has increased to 132,477 in the last 24 hours.
Daily cases in Russia reached record highs for 5 consecutive days
According to the government’s Coronavirus Task Force, Russia has reported a record number of cases in the last 24 hours as Omicron variants of the virus have spread nationwide.
The number of new daily cases surged from 65,109 the day before to 67,809. The Task Force also reported the deaths of 681 people.
Israeli Maru provides a fourth vaccination for all adults
Israeli health ministry experts recommend providing all adults with a fourth vaccination, provided that at least five months have passed since they recovered from the third or illness. Stated.
New infectious diseases in Japan exceed 60,000 for the first time
According to broadcaster FNN, the number of new infections in Japan exceeded 60,000 for the first time on Tuesday.
The government is poised to expand infection control to curb the spread of Omicron variants.
Outbreak of Covid on ship threatens Tonga’s aid efforts
The outbreak of the virus on Australian warships could disrupt Tonga’s eruption aid efforts. The survivors of the deadly volcanic eruption explained how to escape with only their clothes on their backs.
The January 15 eruption created a huge tsunami and covered the Pacific kingdom with toxic ash when it annihilated an uninhabited island with more explosive power than a nuclear bomb.
Australia is leading international relief efforts, rushing to deliver water and humanitarian supplies to 100,000 countries.
Britain says thousands more are needed for Merckpil’s trial
The UK says it needs to hire an additional 6,000 people to test Merck’s Covid-19 antiviral drug molnupiravir and let them know how to roll out the drug more widely.
The UK’s MHRA medicine regulator approved a pill manufactured by Merck and Ridgeback Therapeutics in November, and the government has begun a national survey to establish the best use of the drug.
The Ministry of Health said that 4,500 study participants were enrolled, but thousands more were needed to collect the required data.
South Korea exceeds 8,000 cases a day for the first time
South Korea reported 8,571 new cases of coronavirus, and the number per day exceeded 8,000 for the first time, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency reported.
Brazil reports more Covid cases and deaths
In Brazil, 83,340 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the last 24 hours, with 259 deaths from Covid-19, the Ministry of Health said.
According to provincial data, South American countries have currently enrolled 24,127,595 cases since the outbreak of the pandemic, but official deaths have risen to 623,356.
U.S. warns against travel to 15 more countries
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of State have advised to ban travel to 15 countries and territories due to the increased number of cases of Covid-19.
The CDC has made travel recommendations for Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Fiji, Jamaica, Guadalupe, Kuwait, Mongolia, Niger, Peru, Romania, San Barthelmy, San Martin, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates “Level 4: Very I raised it to “high”. (UAE).
The CDC currently does not recommend traveling to about 115 countries and territories around the world, or more than half of all destinations.
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