(WORLDWIDE) Coronavirus Worst Country Infections Report: According to ‘ John Hopkins University (JHU ) the worst three nations account for more than 60% of new cases: With U.S. Brazil and India in order U.S. s urpasses 3-million with over 130,000-deaths, Brazil reports 45,000 new-cases and India reaching nearly 25,00 0 and with 1.4-billion people does not show any signs of abating: As all three of these nations are unlockin g their economies #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – July.09: The three nations are accounting for more than 60% of new cases, according to recent tallies from Johns Hopkins University:

#Coronavirus Report: Three nations of the world in order of cases are U.S, Brazil and India that account for more than 60% of all new cases according to John Hopkins University:

The U.S. reported nearly 59,000 new daily cases, just short of the record 60,000 cases set a day earlier, as President Donald Trump insisted that schools reopen in the fall. Brazil reported nearly 45,000 new cases: In the U.S., the number of confirmed cases has passed 3 million — meaning nearly one in every 100 people has been confirmed as infected — and the number of deaths is more than 132,000: President Trump remains determined to reopen America’s schools despite worries about the virus, and on Wednesday threatened to hold back federal money if school districts don’t bring their students back in the fall: He complained that his own public health officials’ safety guidelines are impractical and too expensive: Despite Trump’s pressure, New York City announced that most of its students would return to classrooms only two or three days a week and would learn online in between.“Most schools will not be able to have all their kids in school at the same time,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio: A growing chorus of public health experts are urging U.S. officials to reconsider how they are reopening the broader economy, and to prioritise schools:

India on Thursday reported nearly 25,000 new coronavirus infections, as the disease continued its ominous spread through the nation of nearly 1.4 billion people: In India, where the death toll has risen above 21,000, research by the Institute of Mathematical Sciences in Chennai shows that the reproduction rate of the virus ticked up in the first week of July to about 1.2 after it had steadily fallen from a peak of 1.8 in March: The rate needs to be below one for new cases to start falling. Health experts say the true extent of the virus’s spread in India is unknown and that the country must test more given its enormous population:

The virus has also been spreading rapidly in South Africa, which reported nearly 9,000 new cases in its latest daily update: A provincial health official said 1.5 million grave sites are being prepared and it’s the public’s responsibility “to make sure that we don’t get there.”In Australia, which had initial success containing the outbreak, authorities on Thursday reported 179 new cases, most of them in the city of Melbourne, where authorities are battling a resurgence and have imposed a new six-week lockdown.

Victoria state Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said six new cases were from a Melbourne high school which has become the state’s largest known cluster, with 113 people infected. More than 2,000 students and hundreds of staff are in quarantine.

Tokyo confirmed more than 220 new cases Thursday, exceeding its record daily increase from mid-April and prompting concerns of widening of the infections. Tokyo’s more than 7,000 cases are about one-third of the nation’s total: Experts on Tokyo’s virus task force said the majority of recent cases were linked to night clubs but rising infections from households, workplaces and parties raised concerns the virus is spreading in the wider community.

That effort that will likely require closing some other establishments like bars and gyms to help curb the virus spread and give children the best shot at returning to classrooms: “We need to think about what our priorities are as a society, and some other things may just have to wait,” said Helen Jenkins, an infectious disease epidemiologist at Boston University. “I think there are hard choices having to be made by decision makers:

“ In Serbia, police fired tear gas to disperse rock-throwing protesters in the capital as violence erupted for a second day during demonstrations against the president’s handling of the outbreak: President Aleksandar Vucic backtracked on reinstating a lockdown in Belgrade this week, but demonstrations in front of his parliament:

#AceNewsDesk reports, [Jul 9, 2020 at 10:39] https://t.me/acenewsgroup/1022722

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