The incidence of COVID-19 in the world, after seven weeks of decline, grew again. But the death rate is declining, reports TASS.
Between May 7 and May 13, almost 3.4 million people were infected with the coronavirus and fewer than 20,000 people worldwide died from complications caused by COVID-19. In Europe, the epidemiological situation is improving, while in Asia and America, on the contrary, it is getting worse. Thus, in Japan last week 40,000 infected per day were detected. The incidence is increasing in Malaysia and Thailand.
More than 80,000 cases are reported daily in the United States. This has not happened in the country since mid-February. In Latin American countries, new outbreaks are reported in Colombia and Brazil. Among European countries, only Spain has experienced significant growth.
The Australian government cannot cope with the new wave of COVID-19, where this week more than 50,000 daily cases were registered again.
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