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The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 surged in the past 7 days globally

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 surged in the past 7 days globally
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 surged in the past 7 days globally

        The Omicron mutant strain spread rapidly, and the number of confirmed cases in various countries increased sharply. From December 23 to 29, more than 7.3 million new infections were notified worldwide, with an average of 1.045 million confirmed cases every day. This data comes from the figures reported daily by health units in various countries. This data far exceeds the record set before the current wave of the epidemic from April 23 to 29 this year, when the 7-day average at that time was 817,000 cases.
        Turkey added 32,176 and 36,684 cases of COVID-19 on the 28th and 29th respectively, resulting in 184 and 142 deaths. The epidemic showed a warming trend. The last time there were 30,000 confirmed cases in a single day was on October 19, and the number of new cases yesterday was the highest since April 29.
        In addition, the number of people who died of COVID-19 worldwide has fallen for three consecutive weeks, 6,400 in the past week, down by 6% compared to the previous week.
        According to data from the Russian National Statistics Unit, more than 658,000 people in Russia have been infected with COVID-19 and died , surpassing Brazil to become the second-highest number of people infected with the disease and died in the world, second only to the United States. The United States has a total of 825,663 deaths from the epidemic, which is still the largest in the world, but the population of the United States is more than twice that of Russia.

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