The cumulative number of confirmed cases worldwide exceeds 4.33 million. The number of confirmed cases in the United States exceeds 1.38 million.(5)
A total of 16,049 cases have been diagnosed in Japan
According to the Japan Broadcasting Association, according to the data reported by local self-governing bodies and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare across Japan, from 0:00 to 10:30 on May 13, local time, 55 new cases of new coronary pneumonia were newly diagnosed in Japan on a single day. There were 16103 cases. At present, the death toll of patients with new coronary pneumonia in Japan is 696.
The Japanese government initially planned on the 13th to start on the 14th. 39 prefectures such as Kyoto will be able to lift the state of emergency, and 8 prefectures such as Tokyo will consider lifting from the 21st. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government reported on the 13th that 10 new cases were diagnosed, with a total of 4,997 cases diagnosed. Since the 1st of this month, the number of new cases in Tokyo on a single day has been less than 100, only 15 cases have been added on a single day on the 11th, and the data on the 13th has once again refreshed the lowest record.
Cumulative diagnosis of more than 240,000 cases in Moscow began to require masks in public places
According to the latest data from the official website of the Russian New Crown Virus Epidemic Prevention website on the 13th, there were 10028 new confirmed cases of new pneumonia in the past 24 hours, with a total of 242271 confirmed cases. The number of newly confirmed cases in a single day exceeded 10,000 for 11 consecutive days; 96 new death cases were added 2212 cases died.
Russia will end the national unification leave from the 12th and begin to lift restrictions, but these measures will not be lifted all at once, and Russia will also take new measures to ensure the safety of the people. Starting from the 12th, new regulations have been introduced in Moscow and St. Petersburg, which have serious outbreaks in Russia, to force people to wear masks and protective gloves when they go out.