As of Sunday, there are more than 746,300 confirmed cases of the virus in the world, according to data gathered by Johns Hopkins University, nearly three months after the first confirmed case of the Covid-19 was identified in the USA.
Covid-19 is invading the world
According to the World Health Organization, at least 212 countries and territories recorded cases of Covid-19. And more than 2,382,000 individuals have been diagnosed worldwide according to the data from Johns Hopkins.
The disease is everywhere from rural regions of the Amazon, to the Syrian province of Idlib. Which was in one of the worst humanitarian situations in the world long before the pandemic struck. According to the Department of Health and Social Services, 596 people died of the outbreak in the UK on Saturday, raising the nation’s death toll past 16,000.
In the U.S., which has more cases than any other country. On Saturday another 32,491 new COVID-19 cases went in. And nearly 1,900 more people died infected with the virus.
Any growing signs of growth in the number of deaths and new hospitalizations have reassured officials in some areas of the country. In New York, the hardest-hit state of the nation, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday that the state is “on the other side of the plateau”. Cuomo said 507 people died Saturday, down from Friday 43.
Nevertheless, as the number of cases involving coronavirus continues to increase nationwide. In recent days, President Trump has made clear his eagerness to revive the US economy. Any U.S. governors are slowly relaxing limits on social isolation. As is the case in Florida, where some beaches have reopened.
In Maryland, where COVID-19 deaths have spiked in the past week. This weekend hundreds of people in Annapolis, the state capital, demonstrated against coronavirus limits. Similar scenes have been going out across the U.S. As people in Michigan, Minnesota, Utah and Oregon protested.