COVID-19 | July 31: Coronavirus in Spain and the world | New normality and outbreaks, breaking news

COVID-19 | July 31 Updates 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 17.2 million people infected by coronavirus worldwide, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, while the death toll exceeds 673,000.

On the other hand, Spain already has 285,430 cases among which are 28,443 fatalities confirmed after updating the Ministry of Health the figures.

Several young people present in the two nightclubs in Valencia where outbreaks of coronavirus were detected are not carrying out PCR tests to find out if they are infected, according to the Generalitat Valenciana, causing problems to control the outbreak. The cases occurred in Ganda and Valencia. In the first case, those who were located were tested, so the outbreak is considered controlled.

Shortly after the controversial President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, has announced that he has overcome the coronavirus, it is his wife, Michelle Bolsonaro, who tested positive for Covid-19. The government has reported that “he is in good health and follows all medical protocols.” Michelle Bolsonaro is 38 years old. In addition, five other ministers have tested positive. Brazil has exceeded 2.5 million cases and 90,000 deaths this week. Jair Bolsonaro is among the leaders who reject the measures to prevent the pandemic.