According to real-time statistics from the World Health Organization, as of 13:41 CET (19:41 Beijing Time) on September 13, 307,931 confirmed cases of Covid-19 pneumonia had been reported worldwide, an increase of 307,931 over the previous day, the highest number since the outbreak of the epidemic.
Global confirmed cases have been up to 28637952, among which over 910,000 people died. Not only that, but the epidemic continued to rebound in many European countries in September. New coronavirus infection data across Europe has once again surpassed that of the United States.
According to the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention, EU countries reported nearly 55,000 new confirmed cases on September 12, the highest number since the outbreak of the epidemic. The reason for the situation is that students are returning back to school after the summer holidays.
In order to tackle with such a crisis, European countries have taken countermeasures to reduce the spread of the epidemic. In Germany, for example, the German government introduced a new policy at the end of August, stipulating that travelers returning from high-risk areas of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic, if they do not undergo nucleic acid testing at the time of entry, they must isolate themselves at home for 14 days; if the nucleic acid test results are negative at the time of entry, they must isolate themselves at home for at least four days. In Denmark, the daily number of new cases of coronary pneumonia continues to rise, and some social control measures have been restored by the health authorities in Copenhagen and Odense. Austria also officially launched a “signal light” epidemic early warning system, the country’s urban areas according to different colors to take the corresponding epidemic prevention and control measures ...
In addition, the fact that wearing a mask is effective in reducing the spread of the virus is gaining increasing acceptance among the European public. Several European countries have introduced new measures to require people to wear masks in areas where the epidemic is severe. Since August 12, in Brussels and other serious epidemic areas, the Belgian government requires citizens over 12 years of age in public places should wear a mask, the police also strengthened in parks and other crowded patrols, urging people to comply with the epidemic prevention regulations. In Germany, all the federal states have implemented the “Must wear masks order”. In Switzerland’s largest city, Zurich, the government requires people to wear masks in municipal-run museums and some administrative areas.
The epidemic is not yet over, and until mass vaccinations are carried out, European countries will continue to be closely monitored in an effort to balance epidemic control with socio-economic development, and so do many other countries in the world.
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