COVID-19 | August 1: Coronavirus in Spain and the world | New normality and outbreaks, breaking news

COVID-19 | August 1 News with data, cases, deaths and recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic

Coronavirus in Spain and the world | New normality and outbreaks, breaking news

They are more than 17.5 million people infected by coronavirus worldwide, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, while the death toll exceeds 678,000.

On the other hand, Spain count already 288,522 cases among which are 28,445 fatalities confirmed after updating the Ministry of Health the figures.

The World Health Organization has registered a new world record for coronavirus cases on Friday, with 290,000 positives in the last 24 hours.

The number 1 in men’s tennis, Novak Djokovic, has appeared in public for the first time with a mask. ‘Nole’, controversial for its relationship with the pandemic, is found in Andalusia, where its use is mandatory

The United States remains the country hardest hit by the pandemic, with 153,314 deaths for a total of 4,562,037 infected. Since last Thursday there have been 63,175 infections and 1,344 deaths.

According to the data provided on Friday by the Ministry of Health, most of the new infections registered are in Aragn (511), Madrid (372) and Pas Vasco (158). In total, they were 1,525 more than on the previous day.

Mexico became the third country with the most deaths in the coronavirus pandemic on Friday, with 46,688 deaths, overtaking the United Kingdom and lagging only behind the United States and Brazil. In the last 24 hours, Mexico added 688 deaths and 8,458 infections.

Within the progress of the pandemic in Central and South America, Colombia has exceeded 10,000 deaths from coronavirus in the last 24 hours. The balance is now 10,105, with 295,508 coronavirus infections. It is the twelfth country that has exceeded 10,000 victims.

Coronavirus outbreaks corresponding to nightlife venues and large bottles are relatively few among the total (30 of 483) but those with the highest degree of infection: 1,100 infected.