World Health Organization reports record daily rise in global coronavirus cases, 1.05 million deaths

World Health Organization reports record daily rise in global coronavirus cases, 1.05 million deaths

The European region including Russian Federation has over 6.2 COVID-19 million cases and almost 241,000 fatalities so far.

According to Reuters, the record single-day surge is largely driven by 96,996 new cases in Europe, which is now reporting more new cases than the United States, India, and Brazil-the world's three most infected countries.

Infections in Britain have reached record levels, with more than 17,000 new cases reported on Thursday. Many parts of northern England, Wales and Scotland have introduced tougher restrictions on social interaction to try to curb the growing spread of the disease. More than six of every 10,000 people have died due to the virus in the country.

The number of total deaths related to Coronavirus also increased by 5514 new casualties worldwide on Thursday taking the total death toll of the pandemic to 1.05 million.

In the United States, which has the largest total number of cases and deaths in the world, new infections are edging higher along with the most hospitalized COVID-19 patients since early September.

Among the 10 countries in the region, including Ukraine, Russia and the Czech Republic, eight posted record increases in cases in the past week. At that time, according to the organization, 330,340 infections were registered worldwide.

A worker sewing protective face masks at a shop in Rome on Thursday. As a region Europe is now reporting more coronavirus cases than India Brazil or the United States

Brazil records 5 million cases, though daily infections in decline Brazil's numbed of coronavirus cases has surpassed 5 million, though the number of new daily infections is dropping. The daily number of cases in the country has been consistently rising for three months.

The record increase was fuelled by a surge of infections in Europe.

The US remains the country with the heaviest death toll with 212,789, before Brazil 148,957 and India 106,490.

In Belgium, the average number of new infections reported has been increasing for seven days straight, and Germany reported its biggest daily increase in new cases since April on Thursday.

Nepal is where the pandemic is most on the rise, with an 81 percent increase to 2,700 new cases per day.

Germany, which is the largest economy of the entire European continent recorded the highest singlem day increase in the Covid-19 tally on Thursday since April. COVID-19 has already claimed over 10,000 lives in the country, which has a population of 11 million people.

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