The cumulative number of confirmed cases worldwide exceeds 4.33 million. The number of confirmed cases in the United States exceeds 1.38 million.(3)
Iran's rebound of nearly 2,000 new cases in a single day raises concerns
According to Iranian media reports, the Iranian Ministry of Health reported on May 13 that there were 1958 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the country, with a total of 112725 cases diagnosed; 50 new death cases were added, with a total of 6783 deaths. On May 2, the country only added 802 cases in a single day, but it has maintained an upward trend since then, and on the 13th it was close to 2000 cases again.
According to reports, many Iranian people have relaxed their attention to the epidemic, and have not seriously followed the government's "smart alienation plan" and other epidemic prevention measures. They have not maintained a safe distance, and have not worn a mask when going out. The governor of Khuzestan province in southwestern Iran said last weekend that as more and more residents no longer abide by the social distance regulations, the number of confirmed cases of the new crown in the province has tripled, so nine provinces in the province will re-implement restrictions Measures.
A total of 174,098 cases were diagnosed in Germany. The government plans to reopen the border on June 15.
According to real-time data from Johns Hopkins University, as of 6:30 on May 14, Beijing time, Germany has cumulatively diagnosed 174095 cases, an increase of 1056 cases from yesterday. There were 137 new deaths and a total of 7859 deaths.
Austria ’s Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism Kösting said on the 12th that Austrian Prime Minister Kurtz and German Chancellor Merkel agreed on a plan to open the border in two stages on the same day. This week, partial control will be loosened, and only spot checks will be conducted. Keatinger said: "From June 15th, the opening of the Aud border will become possible."
A total of 140,734 cases of open parks and gardens diagnosed in France are still denied