World – Europe
Europe, which succeeded in curbing the first wave of infections, has become a new focus of the Corona virus in recent weeks and has recorded an average of 140,000 cases per day during the past seven days.
Europe as an area records more daily cases than India, Brazil and the United States combined.
Out of every 100 injuries around the world, 34 were from European countries, according to “Reuters” analysis.
Currently, one million new infections are recorded approximately every 9 days, and more than 6.3 million cases have been recorded since the start of the pandemic.
The major European countries, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, the Netherlands and Spain, account for about half of the new cases in Europe in the week ending October 18, according to a Reuters count.
France recorded the highest infection rate in seven days in Europe, as it detected 19,425 injuries per day, followed by the United Kingdom, Russia, Spain and the Netherlands, among the European countries most affected.
Some European countries close schools, cancel elective surgeries, and seek medical help to confront the resurgence of the epidemic.
Latin America represents the worst-affected region, with about 27 percent of the total cases of “Covid-19”, followed by Asia, North America and Europe.
And in the United States, which has the largest total number of cases and deaths in the world, new infections are rising, along with an increase in the number of hospitalized patients since early September.