05:43 – On Thursday, 330 newly confirmed cases of coronavirus infection increased in the Czech Republic. This is the third highest daily increase since the beginning of the epidemic in March. Currently, 5,436 patients are battling the infection, of which 131 are in hospitals.
Since March 1, when the first coronavirus infections occurred in the country, a total of 19,401 cases of covid-19 have been reported in the Czech Republic. About 70 percent of those infected have recovered from the disease so far. The number of deaths from coronavirus infections has not risen in recent days, remaining at 391 since Tuesday.
05:01 – Brazil reports 60,091 new coronavirus infections in the last day. The number of deaths related to covid-19 in the country exceeded 105,000, when 1,261 people died in the last 24 hours from complications associated with covid-19. Brazil is the second most affected country in the world after the United States in absolute numbers. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Sars-CoV-2 has been identified in 3,224,876 people.
04:45 – Mexico as the sixth country in the world, it exceeded half a million confirmed findings on Sars-CoV-2, but the government warns that the actual numbers of those infected are significantly higher in the country. In the last day, the number of people infected with the USA increased by 7,371, and another 627 people died in connection with the covid-19. Mexico is the country with the third highest number of deaths in the world after coronavirus infection, so far the authorities have registered 55,293
04:30 – Great Britain will introduce a 14-day quarantine obligation for all passengers from France, the Netherlands, Malta, Monaco and certain overseas territories of Britain and the Netherlands. The measures will enter into force on Saturday morning due to the unfavorable development of the covid-19 pandemic in the countries concerned. At the same time, the office of Prime Minister Boris Johnson stated that after a two-week break, the opening of the economy in England will be able to continue.