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In a convulsed week in which the world continues to count the covid-19 outbreaks, France suffered another attack and the United States is preparing for elections.
1 - Elections in the USA
President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden visited Florida this week.
It is a key state where both campaigns expect the Hispanic vote to tip the balance to their side this Tuesday, November 3.
More than 80 million Americans had voted as of Thursday, according to a poll by CNN, Edison Research and Catalist with data from election officials in 50 states and Washington.
Catalist is a company that provides data analytics and other services to Democrats, academics, and non-profit organizations that promote various causes.
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2 Covid-19 cases increase in the US
The United States surpassed nine million cases of coronavirus on Friday, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
On Thursday, 88,521 new cases of covid-19 were registered, the highest number in a single day in the country since the pandemic began.
Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergic and Infectious Diseases, warned that the country will not return to normal until the end of 2021 or, perhaps, 2022.
And that, considering the approval of a vaccine.
3 The outbreaks of covid-19 in Europe
France and Germany announced new four-week confinement orders this week in response to an increase in new COVID-19 cases.
In France, the measure began to take effect this Friday, according to President Emmanuel Macron.
The national confinement in Germany will be from Monday.
4 Terrorist attack in France
At least three people were killed Thursday in Nice, southern France, during a knife attack on the Notre Dame Basilica.
The French government described the fact as a terrorist act.
The city's mayor, Christian Estrosi, said the attacker was shot by police, but survived and was arrested.
France raised the alert level to "emergency" after the incident.
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