Coronavirus in the world, LIVE UPDATE July 26. The UK imposes new restrictions / The ten countries with the highest number of infections

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Here are the ten countries with the highest number of infections:

HIS: 4,178,021
Brazil: 2,394,513
India: 1.385.635
Russia: 805,332
South Africa: 434,200
Mexico: 385,036
Peru: 375.961
Chile: 343.592
United Kingdom: 300,270
Iran: 288.839

All travelers arriving in the United Kingdom from Spain are required to stay in quarantine for 14 days

In an attempt to limit the spread of the new coronavirus, the United Kingdom has imposed restrictions on travel arriving from Spain, writes The Guardian. Therefore, they are obliged to stay in quarantine for 14 days.

Western Australia is injecting billions of dollars into the economic recovery plan

Western Australia is injecting a total of A $ 5.5 billion ($ 3.9 billion) into its post-pandemic economic recovery plan.

The McGowan government will spend another $ 2.7 billion to save jobs and repair damage to the Australian economy due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Brazil reports more than 50,000 new cases of Covid-19 for the fourth day in a row

Brazil’s health ministry reported 51,147 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, bringing the country’s total to 2.39 million. Brazil is immediately after the United States. The ministry reported 1,211 new Covid-19 deaths, bringing the national death toll to 86,449.

North Korea reported the first case of COVID-19 on Saturday

North Korea declares a state of emergency after reporting the first case of coronavirus, writes The Guardian. The infected person reportedly returned from South Korea and crossed the border illegally last month.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has called an emergency meeting. He ordered the isolation of several areas around the city of Kaesong, and a state of emergency was declared in a “relevant area”.

Texas reports over 8,000 new cases

Texas reports 8,112 new coronavirus cases and 168 new deaths, according to data from the State Department of Health and Human Services.

The total number of cases is 375,846 and 4,885 deaths.

Married 46-year-old Texas couple beat Covid-19 while woman battling two cancers

A 46-year-old Texas couple has been cured of Covid-19 while the woman is undergoing chemotherapy to fight cancer, writes CNN.

Robert and Janice Beecham began to experience the first symptoms of Covid-19 in March. The man was transported to the hospital on March 25, and there he found out that he is positive for coronavirus. Janice had surgery in February after learning of breast cancer, and now she has been given a new diagnosis, ovarian cancer. At the same time, she tested positive for Covid-19, but fortunately, her symptoms were mild.

“It would have been impossible to deal with disease without God’s help, he has been our help all these years,” Robert said.

Slight increase in the number of cases in China

China reported 46 new cases of coronavirus in the mainland on July 25, up from 34 the day before. Of the new infections, 22 were in the remote Xinjiang region, according to a statement from the National Health Commission. Thirteen were in northeastern Liaoning Province, while the remaining 11 were imported cases.

China reported two new asymptomatic cases, down from 74 a day earlier.

Mainland China has 83,830 confirmed cases of coronavirus, the medical authority said. The number of COVID-19 deaths remained at 4,634.

Schools in South Africa have been closed for a month to reduce the spread of the virus

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement came a day after investigators revealed that a Covid outbreak in South Africa contributed substantially more deaths than official figures showed over a 10-week period in early May.

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