On the 21st, there were more than 180,000 new additions in the world, the most day since the outbreak.
On the 22nd local time, the head of WHO's health emergency project Michael Ryan said that the spread of new coronary pneumonia in many countries with large populations has led to an increase in new cases worldwide. Some of this is due to the increase in the number of tests, but it is not the main reason. The number of hospital admissions and deaths are also increasing, indicating that the virus has been steadily spreading at the global level.
In addition, the World Health Organization said that the number of newly diagnosed cases of new pneumonia in the United States has recently rebounded or it may be caused by an economic restart.
"It is clear that the increase in testing capacity does not fully explain the increase in cases. There is currently evidence that the hospitalization rate is also increasing. When the quarantine restriction is lifted, it may lead to such results," WHO Health Emergency Planning Implementation Director Michael Ryan told the media. Ryan said that seeing the report pointed to an increase in the number of young people in the case. "It is possible that because of the higher mobility of the young population, they are taking advantage of the restrictions to start going out." Ryan pointed out that WHO has repeatedly reminded that when After the quarantine order was cancelled, "increased cases" have appeared in many places around the world. WHO Director-General Tan Desai said at the press conference that on the 21st, there were more than 183,000 newly diagnosed cases worldwide, the most since the outbreak.
Post time: Jul-09-2020