US officials fear the protests in the country will make the COVID-19 situation more serious. In just the past 24 hours, more than 1,000 deaths have been recorded.
After a period of social isolation to prevent the disease caused by the new strain of corona virus (COVID-19), more than a week ago Americans began to walk out of the house.
But America’s “gradual opening” intention was not as calculated. The video shows a black man named George Floyd immobilized by a knee-knee lash from a white police officer in Minneapolis (Minnesota) that led protesters to the street.
This protest, rioting has, moderately yes, has spread throughout many cities in the US, resulting in the tightening of social disintegration collapsed completely.
According to CNN on 5-6, this week the US had more than 4,430 new cases of COVID-19, 1,036 deaths were recorded in the past 24 hours.
According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, as of 5-6 am Vietnam time, 108,000 people in the United States died from COVID-19, while at least 1.8 million cases were infected.
Officials now fear that the number of cases and deaths from COVID-19 will increase due to the protests. They called on protesters to check corona virus.
According to CNN health expert, it will take 3 or 4 weeks for people to see the impact of these protests on the virus infection rate of people.
In a statement on June 5, the World Health Organization – WHO warned a number of countries that are witnessing an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, amidst the city blockade and preventive measures. Prevention of spread has been relaxed.
WHO believes that when the above measures loosen up, people’s psychology will be “now is over (COVID-19)”, when in fact “it is not over”.
WHO’s warning came when Brazil surpassed Italy, becoming the third highest number of deaths from COVID-19 in the world.
On June 4, the South American country recorded 1,473 deaths, a record number of deaths per day. Currently more than 34,000 Brazilians die from COVID-19. This situation is not very bright in the context of South America trying to reopen the economy.
In Southeast Asia, the number of infections and deaths continues to be recorded despite a declining trend.
Malaysia on June 5 reported 19 new infections and the first death in 2 weeks. Currently, Malaysia has a total of 8,266 confirmed cases of each new strain of corona virus and 116 deaths.
The Philippines had three more deaths on the same day, as well as 244 new cases – the lowest in a country over the past two weeks.