The world has nearly 414 million cases of COVID-19, more than 335 million recovered

The world has nearly 414 million cases of COVID-19, more than 335 million recovered


In the past 24 hours, the world has added 1,431,725 ​​cases of COVID-19; Russia continues to be the country with the highest number of new cases in the world with 180,456 cases, followed by Germany with 127,449 cases and Japan with 80,234 cases.

According to statistics site worldometers.info, as of 8 am on February 15 (Vietnam time), the world recorded a total of 413,756,771 cases of COVID-19, of which 5,843,766 deaths. The number of recovered cases is 335,505,389 cases, while there are still 72,407,616 cases under treatment.

In the past 24 hours, the world has added 1,431,725 cases of COVID-19 and 7,235 deaths. Russia continues to be the country with the highest number of new cases in the world with 180,456 cases. Followed by Germany (127,449 cases), Japan (80,234 cases), Turkey (76,632 cases), the US (60,513 cases).

Russia is also the country with the highest number of deaths from COVID-19 in the past 24 hours with 683 cases, followed by the US (662 cases), Brazil (464 cases), France (385 cases), India (345 cases). .

In Algeria, officials said the North African country had passed the peak of the epidemic in a fourth wave of outbreaks. Health Minister Abderrahmane Benbouzid confirmed that cases of SARS-CoV-2 virus infection in this country peaked on January 25 with 2,521 new infections, the highest since the outbreak in the North. This Africa is from the end of February 2020 to present.

According to Minister Benbouzid, the current wave of epidemics in Algeria is mainly caused by the Omicron variant, but all severe cases requiring intensive care as well as deaths are mainly caused by the Delta variant.

Currently, the number of new daily cases is decreasing sharply, down to more than 400 cases recorded on February 14. As of the afternoon of February 14, Algeria recorded a total of 262,165 cases of COVID-19, of which 6,744 di‌ed.

Kuwait eases restrictions related to COVID-19, thereby allowing mass events such as rallies, conferences, seminars, weddings, concerts from February 20, including indoors or outdoors.

However, the above events still have to comply with health regulations, unvaccinated people must have a negative PCR test when visiting a mall or participating in crowded indoor events such as concerts, cinemas, except for those under the age of 16.

Regarding travel restrictions, the Kuwaiti government also abolished the requirement to have PCR tests before and after arriving at the airport for citizens of this country who have had enough basic doses, and removed the regulation on how to glass at home after entry.

However, those who have not been vaccinated or have not received enough of the basic dose are only partially reduced, depending on the case. It is expected that from March 13, Kuwait government agencies will resume full operations.

In Canada, the country’s most populous province, Ontario, has also decided to remove the vaccine passport system from March 1, while speeding up the second phase of the process of reopening the economy.

However, organizations and businesses can choose to continue to request receipts for vaccination against COVID-19. The requirement to wear a mask will still be applied by the Ontario government at this time. All capacity restrictions in restaurants, bars, cinemas and gyms will be lifted as of February 17.

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