Coronavirus, the latest news from Italy and the world

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In Italy, since the beginning of the pandemic, at least 240,578 have contracted the Sars-CoV-2 virus: of these, 34,767 have died (here is the latest Civil Protection bulletin). According to the latest data processed by Johns Hopkins University, there are more than 10.4 million cases worldwide, with over 510 thousand deaths (here is the map showing the trend of contagions at a global level).

News from local editions: Emilia Romagna | Veneto | Lazio | Tuscany | Piedmont | Puglia | Sicily | Campania | Lombardy

7.30 am – China, the infections in Beijing drop: 3 new cases
The Chinese Ministry of Health today reported three new cases of contagion, all in Beijing, for a total of 331 new infections since 11 June, when there was a new wave of infections in one of the main markets in the city. The number of cases reported today is the lowest since then. No new deaths have been recorded in the country (the total remains of 4,634) while the positive total rises to 83,534.

7.25 am – There are almost 10.5 million cases worldwide, over 510 thousand deaths
There are 10,450,628 cases of infection with Coronavirus worldwide. This is the latest updated data from the Coronavirus Resource Center of Johns Hopkins University. There are 510,632 deaths due to Covid-19 globally.

7.03 am – The number of people infected on the quarantine ship rises to 30
A positive and a doubtful buffer. Contagion has risen to 30 – because even doubtful is treated as if it were positive – among migrants, guests of Moby Zaz. In addition to the 30 cases, being a migrant who was rescued together with the rest of the group by the Sea Watch, also the man who was hospitalized – for about ten days now – in the infectious diseases department of the Sant’Elia hospital in Caltanissetta . At the moment, on the quarantine ship Moby Zaz which is stationed at Porto Empedocle (Ag), there are a total of 207 migrants out of the 211 who were rescued by the Sea Watch. The refugees are divided on three different bridges; all those infected by Covid-19 are in the same area: bridge number 7 which, in fact, the so-called red zone.

7 am – In Latin America cases reach almost 2.6 million
The pandemic continues to spread in Latin America where, in the last 24 hours, the infections have reached 2,576,463 (+46,357), while the dead are now 116,199 (+2,510). Without great news, Brazil continues to lead the ranking in the region with a fairly steady, though now stabilized, rate of the infected (1,402,041, +33,846) and the dead, which are 59,594 (+1,280). Follow Per (285.213 and 9.677) and Chile (279.393 and 5.688).

4.30 am – Maw: In the United States, there are 100,000 infections a day
The United States is going in the wrong direction, we risk 100 thousand new infections a day. The warning from immunologist Anthony Fauci, who said he was very worried during a hearing in the Senate. We are in the wrong direction, clearly we do not have total control now, said the director of the National Institute for Infectious Diseases. I would not be surprised that 100,000 infections can be reached daily if you do not change your pace, said the scientist, after the United States recorded a new record of positives. Fauci said he could not make estimates on the dead.

3.53 hours – In the United States new case record: 46 thousand in 24 hours
In the US a new daily record of infections was reached with 46 thousand cases in 24 hours. The total number of infections thus rose to 2.69 million while deaths in the United States are 127,322. Cases continue to grow exponentially in eight states, including California and Texas, where 8,000 and 7,000 infections were detected respectively yesterday.

2.30 – USA, Biden will no longer hold election rallies
Joe Biden has announced that he will no longer hold live rallies to comply with anti-Covid-19 guidelines and avoid further spread of the coronavirus.

July 1, 2020 (change July 1, 2020 | 08:05)

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