Among these 10 million cases, the time taken for every 1 million newly confirmed cases has been drastically shortened from the first 90 days to more than a dozen days.
The number of newly diagnosed cases in the world from 9 million to 10 million took only 6 days.
As of June 28, 2020, Beijing time, the number of confirmed cases of new coronavirus pneumonia in the world has exceeded 10 million, of which more than 2.51 million cases have been diagnosed in the United States.
The United States, Brazil, Russia, India, and the United Kingdom have become the five countries with the largest number of confirmed cases in the world.
It can also be seen from the trend of new diagnoses in Japan that the control effect of the new coronavirus epidemic in these five countries is not optimistic.
Globally, the situation in the Americas and Europe is more severe. Although all parties were worried about the African epidemic, the number of cases in most countries in Africa is less than 25,000.
Among these 10 million cases, the time taken for every 1 million newly confirmed cases has been sharply reduced from the initial 90 days to more than a dozen days. The global new coronavirus confirmed cases took only 6 days from 9 million to 10 million.
The growth trend of the global death toll has not yet improved significantly. There are still over 4.1 million confirmed cases overseas.