Wiringly: June 2022 world news highlights￼On June 15, 2022 by admin
The latest news in the world that you need to know are the following:
China’s top diplomat says his country is ready to take “concrete actions” to protect its citizens from the coronavirus outbreak.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters Monday that China will continue to strengthen prevention and control measures, while working to ensure the safety of its people.
He also said that the country is prepared to work with other countries to solve the epidemic.
Wang said the Chinese government has taken a series of “appropriate” measures to prevent and control the spread of the virus.
He added that the Chinese government has taken “concrete actions” to safeguard the lives and health of its people.
But he did not elaborate on what these concrete actions were.
The number of new confirmed cases in China rose by 3,936, according to the National Health Commission, which reported an additional 1,138 deaths.
The total number of confirmed cases in China reached 82,622, and the death toll has climbed to 3,065.
The total number of cases outside of mainland China has surpassed 1,100, including at least 60 in the United States.
More than 100 people have died in the US as a result of the coronavirus.
On Sunday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to combat the spread of the virus in the US.
It was the first time the president has issued such an order.
But he did not elaborate on what those actions were.
Meanwhile, China’s National Health Commission said Monday that the country has confirmed 1,043 new cases of the coronavirus since Saturday.
The commission said the total number of cases has reached 11,572, with 722 patients recovered and 4,946 discharged.
The death toll has risen to 90, with two new fatalities reported over the weekend.
More than 2,000 people have been infected by the coronavirus, and at least 80 have died.
The virus has spread to every province in mainland China and Hong Kong.
But he did not elaborate.
The minister said China will continue to “actively” respond to the outbreak.
The minister also called for “active” cooperation between China and other countries in fighting the epidemic.
He also urged all countries to work together to ensure the safety of their citizens.
In another development, China’s State Council Information Office said that it has sent out more than 20,000 medical workers to help fight the epidemic in Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak.
The city has been under lockdown since January 23.
The government has also suspended all public transport services in Wuhan and ordered all residents to stay at home.
Nevertheless, some shops and restaurants have remained open.
Authorities in Wuhan have been working to contain the outbreak by tracking down people who may have come into contact with the virus.
A total of 1,814 people have been detained in Wuhan since the outbreak was first detected.
The government has also started to provide free face masks to people in Wuhan.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the outbreak of the novel coronavirus a global health emergency.
The WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Monday that the declaration is meant to raise the level of international attention on the outbreak.