As of September 25, 10 European countries have officially announced the start of a new wave of coronavirus. The list includes Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Greece, the Netherlands, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain.
Israel has also declared a universal quarantine starting from today. During the period of restrictions in the country, synagogues, enterprises, and markets will be closed, and the number of public transport will be reduced.
According to the latest data, the number of people infected with coronavirus worldwide reaches 32 136 855. The virus killed 981 808 people. The pandemic has hit the U.S. hardest, with the highest number of those infected and dead.