May 30 Coronavirus Report: Brazil Drives Global Growth

The continued spread of coronavirus across the globe will likely have lasting consequences for global tourism and trade.

Globally, cases of the coronavirus shot up 137,000 in the past 24 hours, climbing to 6.095 million.  This is the largest single-day case load in the history of COVID-19 and is causing the curve to take a turn upward even as much of Europe has gained control of the virus. Global deaths climbed more than 4,000 to 369,789.

Brazil’s numbers grew by 33,274 in the past 24 hours to 498,440 cases. This growth rivals the highest numbers in the U.S. when it was at its peak.  Unfortunately, no one thinks Brazil is nearing its peak and the country may become an example of what happens when there are only minimal attempts to flatten the curve.

Russia saw over 10,000 new cases, taking it past the 400,000 mark to 405,843.

In the U.S., there were 23,300 new cases of COVID-19 reported in the past 24 hours, bringing the total in the United States to 1,778,000.  This is a growth of 1.3 percent overnight.  There were 963 additional deaths reported, bringing the total to 103,775, according to data compiled by the New York Times.


To put these numbers into perspective, we encourage you to look back at yesterday’s data as well as our report from a week ago.

Author: The Pickled Prepper

Pete the Pickled Prepper lives on an isolated homestead on the side of a mountain deep in in rural America. He has been preparing for the end of the world for more than 25 years.