According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are more than 916,000 deaths from the coronavirus worldwide. On Sunday, more than 28 million confirmed infections were reported.

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Quantitatively, the highest number of deaths has been reported so far in the United States. Brazil is second on the list and India third, according to AFP.

The coronary vaccine is currently being developed on a fast schedule. Dozens of different vaccines have already been advanced for human testing.

Earlier in the week, it was reported that the British-Swedish pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca suspended its vaccine trial because one of the subjects became ill and unexplained. No more detailed information has been provided to the public about the condition of the sick person.

According to the pharmaceutical company, the tests were suspended so that the safety data of the vaccine could be examined by an independent committee.

On Saturday, it was reported that it has been decided to continue human experiments with the vaccine developed by AstraZeneca.

The second wave in Austria

Federal Chancellor of Austria Sebastian Kurzin according to the country is currently experiencing the beginning of the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic.

As in the rest of Europe, the number of cases in Austria has been increasing. Infections have been observed especially in the country’s capital, Vienna, says AFP.

According to AFP, Kurz warned that it is only a matter of time before the limit of one thousand daily infections is exceeded in Austria.

A gloomy record in France

The situation of infections has been closely monitored around the world.

More than 10,000 new coronavirus infections were reported in France on Saturday. It was the country’s daily record.

Prime Minister of France Jean Castex warned the French on Friday that the country’s corona situation was clearly deteriorating. He said he was particularly concerned about the increase in the number of patients in need of hospital treatment.

Norway passed Sweden

In Sweden, on the other hand, interest rates would exceed the limit set by the Finnish government this week.

According to the government, it will be possible to travel to Finland without quarantine in the future from countries where a maximum of 25 new cases of coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants have been diagnosed in the last 14 days. In Sweden, the figure was over 25 this week.

However, in Sunday ‘s statistics from the European Office of Communicable Diseases (ECDC), Sweden’ s figure had fallen to 24.

In Sunday’s statistics, Norway passed Sweden. According to the ECDC, 24.8 new coronavirus infections per 100,000 inhabitants have been diagnosed in Norway in the last 14 days.

In Australia, the view was demonstrated

Police in Melbourne, Australia, arrested more than 70 protesters on Sunday in a protest against anti-coronavirus measures, says The Guardian. Police were prepared with riot equipment. According to The Guardian, some of the protesters threw police at the fruit and behaved aggressively.

The movement of people in the city is restricted due to the coronavirus situation.

ABC News says the demonstration was illegal. It said about a couple of hundred protesters were present. There have been similar demonstrations in the past.

According to AFP, the demonstration was driven by groups spreading coronavirus conspiracy theories on social media.