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约翰斯·霍普金斯大学统计数据显示,全球累计确诊病例2021年1月26日超过1亿例,同年8月4日超过2亿例,2022年1月6日超过3亿例。

2月8日,美国约翰斯·霍普金斯大学发布的新冠疫情最新统计数据显示,截至美国东部时间8日17时21分(北京时间9日6时21分),全球累计新冠确诊病例超过4亿例,达400244031例,累计死亡病例5761208例。

仅仅一个月时间,全球新冠确诊病例从3亿增加到4亿,数字增长速度着实触目惊心!然而,全球新冠确诊病例数仍在快速攀升。

数据显示,美国是截至目前累计确诊和死亡病例最多的国家,累计确诊病例77025027例,累计死亡病例908262例。

此外,累计确诊病例较多的国家还有印度、巴西、法国、英国、俄罗斯和土耳其等,累计死亡病例较多的国家还有巴西、印度、俄罗斯、墨西哥和秘鲁等。

Global COVID-19 cases surpassed 400 million on Tuesday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

The university’s global case count stands at 400,244,031, with 5,761,208 deaths worldwide, as of 5:21 p.m. local time (2221 GMT).

The United States has recorded 77,025,027 cases and 908,262 deaths, both the highest in the world, accounting for more than 19 percent of global cases and more than 15 percent of global deaths.

The global caseload reached the grim milestone of 100 million on January 26, 2021, rose to 200 million on August 4, and surpassed 300 million on January 6, 2022.

更令人震惊的是,据美国儿科学会和儿童医院协会7日发布的最新报告,自新冠疫情暴发以来,美国已有超过1200万名儿童确诊感染新冠病毒。

报告称,今年,变异新冠病毒奥密克戎毒株在美国加速传播,导致美国儿童新冠确诊病例数激增。自1月初以来,美国新增儿童新冠确诊病例近420万例。过去两周全美新增儿童感染病例超过140万例。

More than 12 million children in the United States have tested positive for COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic, according to the latest report released on February 7 by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children’s Hospital Association.

COVID-19 cases reported among children have spiked dramatically in 2022 during the Omicron variant surge, with almost 4.2 million pediatric cases reported since the beginning of January. Notably, more than 1.4 million of these cases have been added in the past 2 weeks.

报告还显示,截至2月3日的一周中,美国新增儿童新冠确诊病例近63.2万例,虽然单周新增儿童病例数与截至1月20日的一周增加约115万例的峰值水平相比有所下降,但仍然“极高”,是2021年德尔塔毒株导致的单周儿童确诊病例数峰值的2倍以上。
美国儿科学会表示,目前迫切需要收集更多各年龄段的疫情数据,以评估变异新冠病毒导致疾病的严重程度及对儿童健康的长期潜在影响。不仅需要了解疫情对儿童健康的直接影响,还要研究和应对疫情对儿童和年轻人身心健康、社会活动造成的长期影响。

The report also shows that for the week ended February 3, nearly 632,000 new pediatric COVID-19 cases were reported, down from the peak of 1,150,000 reported for the week ended January 20. However, pediatric cases this week remain extremely high, over double the peak of the Delta surge in 2021.

The American Academy of Pediatrics said there is an urgent need to collect more epidemic data across all age groups in order to assess disease severity from the new mutated coronavirus, as well as its potential long-term impact on children’s health.

文章来源:CGTN

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