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Global epidemic trends: countries gradually unsealed to withstand the pressure to promote economic operation

Global epidemic trends: countries gradually unsealed to withstand the pressure to promote economic operation

The latest epidemic figures released by China and South Korea show that the situation in the severely affected areas in the early stages of the epidemic has improved significantly, and public activities are slowly recovering.

The new cases announced by China and South Korea on Tuesday (May 5) add up to only four cases. Three cases in South Korea and one in China. The Chinese Health Commission said that this case was from abroad.

The number of new cases in South Korea has been very low in the past three months. There are more than 10,000 cases in the country. The death toll is more than 250.

As the number of cases decreases, South Korea is about to start opening schools in stages. From next week, Korean senior high school students will begin resuming classes. The Professional Baseball League started its new season game on Tuesday.

In China, no new deaths have been reported for three weeks. The Chinese health department reported on Tuesday that only one case of infection occurred. Fewer than 400 new coronavirus patients are still receiving treatment. The Associated Press reported that strict travel restrictions, detection, quarantine and case tracking measures appear to have curbed the spread of the virus. In addition, the warming weather in most parts of China may also be one of the factors that weakened the epidemic.

The authenticity of Chinese numbers has always been a problem. The number of new cases in China has almost returned to zero, but in life, the epidemic situation in many places is still tense. New cases from Beijing, Heilongjiang, Guangdong, Wuhan and other places have caused panic among residents. Many communities have been unblocked nominally, but the restrictions are still very strict.

The epidemic situation in other parts of the Asia-Pacific region has also clearly improved. The situation in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand has all improved. The number of new cases in New Zealand has remained zero for two consecutive weeks.

But there are also some countries, such as India, whose epidemic situation is still on the rise. Experts say the epidemic in this country with 1.3 billion people has not yet peaked.

More than half of the countries in the world are in a lockout state, and the global economy has been greatly affected. Leaders of all countries are now eager to find a safe way to resume economic operation without triggering the second wave of infection.

In Italy, the country with the worst disaster in Europe, people began to walk out of their homes cautiously from Monday to bathe in the spring sunshine. Machines at construction sites and factories also started to turn.

Many European countries have begun to relax the prevention and control measures, but maintaining social distances, wearing masks, testing and other epidemic prevention measures are still adhered to.

Spain ’s 48-day closure has been lifted, and people can go out and exercise two days ago. However, the government ordered that everyone must wear a mask when taking the bus.

Slovenia, Poland, Hungary and Germany have all allowed some public places to be opened, and some enterprises have begun to operate.

In the United States, a pork processing plant in South Dakota took the first step to resume production. More than 800 employees at the plant were infected with the virus.

California Governor Calvin Newson announced that some companies in the state will resume operations as early as Friday this week. But these companies need to comply with certain restrictions issued by the state government. California is the first state in the United States to announce travel restrictions.

The State Assembly of Louisiana is currently divided on whether members should return to the office building of the Parliament.

When states in the United States discuss whether they should resume work and resume production, there are still more than 20,000 new cases in the United States every day. The death toll is also around a thousand.

Currently, the number of people infected with the virus is about 3.5 million, and the number of deaths exceeds 250,000. The death toll in the United States was 68,000.

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