UAE’s daily coronavirus counts above 1,000: live update | news

  • Large crowds rose in Auckland against the government’s social discrimination restrictions imposed on New Zealand’s largest city.

  • The United Arab Emirates reported 1,007 new cases of the epidemic, its highest daily number since the epidemic. The country conducted more than 95,000 tests and recorded one death, 521 recoveries.

  • The United States budget deficit hit a high-time $ 3 trillion as a result of government spending to mitigate the effects of the epidemic-triggered economic recession.

  • According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 28.4 million people have been diagnosed with coronovirus worldwide and more than 915,000 have died. About 19.2 million people have been recovered.

Here are the latest updates:

Saturday, September 12

10:25 GMT – UAE reports 1,007 new cases, the highest since the outbreak

The United Arab Emirates reported 1,007 new cases of the epidemic, its highest daily number since the epidemic. The country conducted more than 95,000 tests and recorded one death, 521 recoveries.

As of last month, the UAE had a tendency to fall generally after new daily cases reached 994 in May, but on 3 August the number increased from 164 cases.

10:00 GMT – Around 1,000 cases a day in Hungary, schools open

Hungary’s daily new coronovirus cases reached 916, the highest since the onset of the epidemic, as schools reopened and strict measures helped prevent epidemics in spring that have not yet been restored.

Even as the number of cases increases, the number of people dying from the disease has remained significantly lower, with only two of the current existing patients dying of complications of coronovirus in the last 24 hours.

The government’s coronovirus task force said active cases had reached 7,134, but Prime Minister Victor Orban, who attended a session of the task force on Saturday morning, said schools could remain open and life should go on.

09:50 GMT – Taiwan plans to sign up for ‘COVAX’ vaccine allocation scheme

The island’s health minister said that Taiwan would sign a “COVAX” global vaccine allocation plan to ensure it would be able to use the COVID-19 vaccine when it became available.

Chen Shih-chung told reporters in Taipei that the government had hired lawyers to discuss signing the plan. Taiwan is also conducting research on its own vaccine, with Chen saying that a process was going smoothly.

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the GAVI Vaccine Alliance are leading the COVAX facility, which aims to help procure and distribute vaccination shots against novel coronaviruses worldwide.

An Indonesian woman wearing a face mask walks in front of a train station in Jakarta, Indonesia [Ed Wray/Getty Images]

08:45 GMT – 3,806 new coronovirus cases reported in Indonesia

Indonesia has reported 3,806 new coronovirus infections and 106 new deaths, obtained from the Ministry of Health website.

Saturday marked the fifth consecutive day that Indonesia recorded more than 3,000 daily infections, bringing the total number of cases to 214,746.

Total COVID-19 deaths increased to 8,650, the highest in Southeast Asia.

08:40 GMT – Philippines reports 186 more coronovirus deaths, recording daily tolls

The Philippines Ministry of Health reported 186 more deaths related to the novel coronavirus, a new daily record and the highest single-day mortality recorded so far in Southeast Asia.

In a bulletin, the ministry said that the total deaths had increased to 4,292, while it was confirmed that the cases had increased from 4,935 to 257,863. The Philippines has the highest number of COVID-19 infections in the region.

08:35 GMT – Spanish princess falls apart after being diagnosed with classmate with COVID-19

The royal household said that Princess Leoner, who is the heir to the Spanish throne, went into classmate’s quarantine after testing positive for her classmate-19.

King Felipe’s 14-year-old daughter will be tested for coronovirus at Santa Maria de los Rosales School in Madrid, like other students in her class.

The king and queen Letizia will continue their royal duties at this time, a spokesman for the royal family said, as Spain struggles to control the rise in coronovirus cases.

07:20 GMT – Czech Republic records one day lead in new cases

The Czech Republic reported the largest one-day rise of new coronovirus infections, recording 1,447 cases according to data from the Ministry of Health.

The country has seen the largest spikes in the affairs of European countries in recent weeks.

This week it tightened restrictions on wearing masks, though it aims to avoid bringing back measures that would hurt businesses.

COVID-19 pandemic: New York takes small steps towards normality (2:09)

07:10 GMT – New Zealand crowd in Auckland against lockdown

Following the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus last month, large crowds rose in Auckland against the government’s social discrimination restrictions imposed on the country’s largest city.

Local television footage showed a tightly crowded crowd, with many not wearing masks, with attendance estimates varying between one thousand and a few thousand people.

Public Television New Zealand noted the leader of the Advance New Zealand Party, one of the organizers of the protest, “We believe that we are all here today because we need to stand up for our rights.”

07:07 GMT

Hello, this is Tamila Warshalomidze in Doha, Qatar to handle live updates of my colleague Zaheena Rashid in Maldives.

05:23 GMT – India records daily jump for second straight day

According to federal health ministry data, India recorded a record 97,570 new infections for the second consecutive day in coronovirus cases.

With a total of over 4.65 million cases, India is the second most affected country in the world, leaving behind only the United States, which has more than 6.4 million cases.

But with increasing cases in urban and rural areas of some large, populous states, the growth of infection in India is faster than anywhere else in the world.

04:10 GMT – Australia coronavirus deaths are over 800

Novel coronavirus-related deaths in Australia reached 803, but new daily infections continued to fall in Victoria, the country’s largest hotspot.

The state of Victoria reported six new deaths related to coronovirus in the last 24 hours, leading to a total of 716 or more than 90 per cent of deaths in Australia.

However, new cases in the country’s second most populous state continued to fall from a peak of over 700 in a single day in early August. It registered 37 new cases on Saturday, its lowest since late June.

Australia’s economy went down on record, slowdown due to virus (2:24)

03:25 GMT – US budget deficit sets a record of $ 3 trillion

The US budget deficit hit an all-time high of $ 3 trillion for the first 11 months of this budget year, the Treasury Department said, as a result of the government’s massive spending to mitigate the effects of a coronovirus-fuel recession .

The deficit from August to October is double the previous 11-month record of $ 1.37 trillion set in 2009. At that time the US government was spending large sums of money to get out of the Great Recession that was created by the 2008 financial crisis.

With one month to go in the 2020 budget year, which ends on September 30, the deficit could be even greater. The Congressional Budget Office is projecting a deficit this year and will be a record $ 3.3 trillion.

02:24 GMT – Canada reports zero COVID-19 deaths for the first time since March

According to public health agency data, Canada reported zero COVID-19 deaths in the last 24 hours for the first time since 15 March.

Canada’s deaths from the epidemic were 9,163 on September 11, the number of deaths on September 10, government data shows. According to the previous day’s data, on September 11, the number of positive cases increased by 702 to 135,626.

WHO Kavid Debrief on mass meetings (4:27)

01:37 GMT – US expels 8,800 migrant children under coronovirus regulations

Donald Trump’s administration has expelled approximately 8,800 irresponsible migrant children at the US-Mexico border since March 20 under rules to limit the spread of new coronaviruses in the United States, according to court documents.

The Justice Department, filing the Ninth US Circuit Court of Appeals, said the Trump administration had expelled 159,000 migrants, and 7,600 family units in total.

The border rules, which came into effect on March 21, have been implemented to protect decades-old practices from human trafficking and give them the opportunity to seek asylum in a US immigration court.

01:09 GMT – 70,000 COVID-19 deaths in Mexico.

Coronovirus deaths in Mexico exceeded 70,000 confirmed after 534 new deaths reported by the government in the last 24 hours.

Making matters worse, additional data on mortality rates from early August to mid-March indicated that the total number of deaths beyond official counts is potentially thousands more.

Mexico has also reported 5,935 new infections, bringing its total caseload to 658,299.

00:35 GMT – UN General Assembly calls for solidarity to end epidemic

The United Nations General Assembly approved a resolution dealing with COVID-19, calling for “intensive international cooperation and solidarity to prevent, mitigate and overcome the epidemic”.

The resolution, adopted by 169–2 vote, urged Member States to “enable all countries to have timely access to quality, safe, effective and affordable diagnostics, therapeutics, medicines and vaccines.”

The resolution, which is not legally binding, was approved over objections from the United States and Israel, which sparked protests against a successful last-minute Cuban amendment to unilaterally oppose economic, financial or trade restrictions from countries Strongly urges.

00:01 GMT – England’s coronavirus cases double every week

A study of coronavirus infection in England showed that the epidemic is doubling every seven to eight days, with an increase in positive cases in all age groups under 65.

The discovery came in a study of more than 150,000 volunteers who were tested between 22 August and 7 September by Imperial College London and polling firm Ipsos Mori.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the epidemic is “not over, and everyone’s role is to keep the virus at bay”.

Separately, the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies, which advises the UK government, said that the reproductive rate of the virus is now between 1.0 and 1.2, meaning that anyone with the virus is infected, on average, from one another. slightly higher.

Hello and welcome to Al Jazeera’s continued coverage of the coronovirus epidemic. I am Zahina Rashid in Male, Maldives.

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