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COVID-19 Cases Reach 100 Million

According to Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center statistics, it is on the verge of 100 million COVID-19 infections worldwide and more than 2 million people have died from the virus. . Johns Hopkins reported that on an early Sunday Sunday the United States was infected with nearly 25 million COVIDs, resulting in more than 417,000 deaths. Both tolls are the highest in the world. Nearly 9 million cases and more than 216,000 people died. 

 World Health Organization (WHO) secretary general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the COVID vaccine could control a global pandemic with immunizations in more than 50 countries. However, all but two countries are high-income or middle-income countries. .

 “We must work together as one global family to ensure the urgent and equitable release of the vaccine,” he said. 

 For the first time since November 18, New Zealand health officials began investigating possible cases of community-spread coronavirus on Sunday. The .

 community spread occurs when a person is infected with or travels to an area infected with the coronavirus without known contact with a sick person. 

 Due to strict containment, New Zealand has virtually eliminated the coronavirus and among travelers returning home to quarantine. A new case was found in. There were 79 cases on Sunday, but new strains from the UK and South Africa were discovered, causing concern for com. New Zealand does not expect most of the population to be vaccinated against the coronavirus by the second half of this year. On Saturday, local government in Hong Kong said it had closed one of the most densely populated areas to complete the compulsory testing of COVID-19 for its entire population. Surveying nearly 10,000 residents within 48 hours, paves the way for citizens to go to their jobs on Monday. Authorities have also closed Temple Street, one of Hong Kong's busiest night markets.

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