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According to the global real-time statistics system for new coronary pneumonia data released by Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 6 pm Eastern Time on August 9, a total of 5,036,387 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia and 162,851 deaths have been reported across the United States. In the past 24 hours, the United States has newly confirmed 50042 cases and 604 new deaths.
The US "Wall Street Journal" analyzed that the average number of new cases in the United States for seven days on August 7 has dropped to 54,235, and this data was 67,000 on July 22. But the decline in the number of confirmed cases may be related to slower testing. The American Academy of Pediatrics pointed out that nearly 100,000 children in the United States were diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia in the second half of July, and more than 25 children died of new coronary pneumonia in a single month in July. According to a CBS report, of the more than 5 million confirmed cases in the United States, more than 338,000 are children.
On August 9th, local time, Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corporation of the United States, said in an interview with CNN that it was “shocking” that the US government has not improved the new crown detection problem and said that the existing The detection is slow and lacks fair distribution. Gates said: "The United States has spent billions of dollars in a very unfair way to obtain test results that are worthless than any country in the world. No other country is so confused."
Mandatory mask orders issued by many countries
United States: On July 22, local time, the states of Minnesota, Indiana, and Ohio announced mandatory requirements for wearing masks. Currently, 31 states and Washington, DC have issued mandatory mask orders.
According to the US Chinese website, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends wearing masks in public places. US President Trump also uncharacteristically, tweeting that "wearing a mask is patriotic." With the increase in the number of coronavirus cases in the United States, many retailers, including Wal-Mart and Macy’s, have begun to require customers to wear masks.
Germany: The German Federal Government stated on July 6 that it supports the continuation of the "Mask Mandatory Order."
France: French Health Minister Vérin said on July 18 local time that it will be mandatory to wear masks in all indoor public places from July 20. Specific places mainly include shops, public reception places, indoor markets, and banks.
United Kingdom: According to reports, the British government announced on the evening of July 13 that people shopping in stores or supermarkets in England must wear masks. This requirement will be enforced from July 24. People who don’t follow the rules and wear masks may face a fine of up to £100 from the police. "
Greece: The Greek government announced that from July 18th, employees and customers of all supermarkets in Greece must wear masks, and offenders will be fined 150 euros.
Iran: In order to curb the spread of the epidemic, the Iranian government has stipulated that from July 5th, people must wear masks in gathering public places, indoor places and government departments that provide public services.
Australia: The Governor of Victoria announced on July 19 that all residents of Melbourne and Mitchell Shire to the north must wear masks when going out, otherwise they will be fined A$200.
Ireland: The Irish government stated that from July 13th, people must wear masks when taking public transportation. Violators will face a fine of 2,500 euros or six months in prison.
Malaysia: The Malaysian government announced that starting from August 1st, it will be mandatory to wear masks in public places.
The second outbreak of overseas epidemics, the issuance of mandatory mask orders in various countries, and the increasing acceptance of the people to wear masks have all made the demand for masks continue to increase.
With the entry into force of the "Mask Mandatory Order" of various countries, the export of masks will usher in spring again.
In the first half of this year, the total value of China's trade in goods was 14.24 trillion yuan, down 3.2% year-on-year, and the rate of decline narrowed by 1.7 percentage points from the previous five months. Among them, exports were 7.71 trillion yuan, down 3%; imports were 6.53 trillion yuan, down 3.3%. The export of anti-epidemic materials has become an important part of boosting foreign trade. In the first half of the year, the export of textiles, including masks, increased by 32.4%, and the export of medical materials and medicines, medical instruments and equipment increased by 23.6% and 46.4% respectively. However, it seems that the export of epidemic prevention materials will gradually return to normal levels.