The Turkish Ministry of Health announced yesterday Friday that 27,692 infections from SARS-CoV-2 were confirmed in the previous 24 hours after 341,854 tests, with the registered cases reaching 6,794,700.
The deaths of another 237 patients with COVID-19 increased the death toll to 61,140 dead until yesterday, March 11, 2020, when the new coronavirus pandemic broke out in Turkish territory.
Since the immunization campaign was launched in Turkey on 14 January, 52.49 million people have received the first dose of the vaccine, 41.73 million have received the second dose, and a total of more than 104.5 million doses have been given, including Ministry.
Iran: 364 deaths and more than 17,000 cases in 24 hours
Iran’s health ministry said Friday that 17,605 cases of SARS-CoV-2 had been diagnosed in the past 24 hours and that 364 patients had been diagnosed with COVID-19.
The pandemic of the new coronavirus in the Islamic Republic reached from its manifestation in February 2020 until yesterday the 116,436 dead out of a total of 5,396,013 infections, according to official data.
6,902 patients with COVID-19 are being treated in intensive care units (ICUs) of Iranian hospitals.
Until yesterday in the country of about 83 million inhabitants had received the first dose of vaccine for COVID-19 some 27.79 million citizens, of which 13.45 million and a second.
The country was faced with a deadly wave of pandemics attributed to the most contagious Delta variant in the last quarter.
Malaysia: 346 deaths and almost 19,000 cases in 24 hours
The Malaysian Ministry of Health announced on Friday that 346 patients with COVID-19 had died in the past 24 hours, with the death toll from the new coronavirus pandemic reaching 22,355 dead at this stage in the Asian country, while 18,815 cases were diagnosed. SARS-CoV-2, with the total number of reported infections rising to 2,049,750 in the state of almost 33 million inhabitants.
The so-called active cases decreased to 227,120. Intensive care units (ICUs) of Malaysian hospitals treat 1,234 patients with COVID-19, 710 intubated.
As of yesterday, 55% of the population had been fully vaccinated as part of the immunization campaign. 66.7% have received at least one dose.
Brazil: 333 deaths and over 11,000 cases in 24 hours
The Brazilian Ministry of Health announced yesterday Friday that 333 patients with COVID-19 succumbed and 11,202 cases of SARS-CoV-2 were diagnosed in the previous 24 hours.
With 589,573 deaths out of a total of 21,080,219 reported infections so far since the new coronavirus pandemic broke out in its territory, Latin America, the largest country with a population of 212 million, ranks 2nd in the macabre world rankings by number of deaths. behind the US (671,000 dead) and ranks 3rd in the world in terms of the number of HIV infections, after the US and India, according to official data.
Mexico: Deaths exceeded 270,500, cases are over 3.55 million.
The Mexican Ministry of Health announced yesterday Friday that 192 patients with COVID-19 succumbed and 3,754 cases of SARS-CoV-2 were diagnosed in the past 24 hours.
With 270,538 deaths since it occurred in its territory until yesterday, the country of 126 million inhabitants records the 4th heaviest report of the pandemic of the new coronavirus in the world in absolute terms. The recorded cases have reached 3,552,983, according to the ministry; however, its executives have acknowledged that they are very underestimated in relation to reality.
Indonesia: More than 140,000 deaths, more than 4.18 million cases
The Indonesian Ministry of Health announced on Friday that 219 patients had been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 24 hours and 3,385 cases of SARS-CoV-2 had been diagnosed, with the new coronavirus pandemic in the archipelago of 270 million inhabitants reaching at this stage the 140,138 dead out of a total of 4,185,144 recorded infections since its outbreak in Indonesian territory in March 2020.
More than 77.41 million people, including 44.12 million, have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine since the immunization campaign began in the world’s fourth most populous country. The Indonesian government is seeking to vaccinate 208 million people – in other words 80% of the population – to achieve so-called collective immunity.
Cuba: Over 8,000 cases and 75 deaths in 24 hours
The Cuban Ministry of Health announced yesterday Friday that in the previous 24 hours another 8,291 cases of SARS-CoV-2 were diagnosed and another 75 patients with COVID-19 died.
The death toll from the new coronavirus pandemic in the Caribbean state has reached 6,676 deaths out of a total of 784,416 infections to date.
The chief epidemiologist of the Cuban Ministry of Health, Francisco Duran, clarified that the 8,260 cases were due to transmission to the community.
The province of Pinar del Rίοo has recently become the focus of the crisis, with an impact rate of 3,425 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
The island’s health authorities are trying to speed up the immunization campaign with domestically produced vaccines. So far, 39% of the population of 11.2 million people have at least one dose of Abdala, Soberana-02 and Soberana Plus vaccines, according to official data.
South Korea: More than 2,000 cases and five deaths in 24 hours
The South Korean health authorities announced today that in the past 24 hours 5 patients with COVID-19 succumbed and 2,087 cases of SARS-CoV-2 were confirmed.
The new coronavirus pandemic has reached this stage with 2,394 deaths out of a total of 284,022 infections. The mortality rate is at 0.84%.
The cases have increased considerably from the previous one (2008) and remain above the level of one thousand for 74 consecutive days. The rolling average last week reached 1,828 per day.
Since the mass immunization campaign began on 26 February, 36.07 million people have received at least one dose of vaccine, of which 21.93 million (42.7%) have been fully vaccinated, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. of Korea (KDCA). The government has announced that its goal is to fully vaccinate 50% by September.