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Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 01 Mar 2020, 10:28

we have burning issues which are shaking the world but here we see shabos and agames fighting endlessly and senselessly. I urge, just it is an opinion, any issue/postss that invite chaos and fighting between shabos and agames should be relocated to the open forum.

well in this following successive posts, I will try my best to cover the news on coronavirus around the world. It will be appreciable anyone to share his coincidence.


For the moment, this article interested me it explains how Chinese man from Wuhan district recovered from coronavirus after he tested positive.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.thegua ... oronavirus


‘To hell and back’: my three weeks suffering from coronavirus
Coronavirus outbreak

Tiger Ye, 21, lives in Wuhan and started showing symptoms in mid-January. Here he tells the story of his illness and recovery

Tiger Ye in Wuhan

Sat 29 Feb 2020 05.00 GMT
Last modified on Sun 1 Mar 2020 00.32 GMT

A person wearing a mask having their temperature taken
More than 75,400 people in China have been infected with coronavirus. Photograph: AFP via Getty Images

On 17 January my muscles became sore all over. I may have had a slight fever, but it wasn’t strong enough to notice. Looking back, it is a little scary, because my house and the language school where I study Japanese are within a 5km radius of the Wuhan seafood market (where the virus is believed to have originated).

To treat my muscle soreness, I took some cold tablets because I thought it was a normal cold. Now that I think of it, I might have missed the best time for treatment, failing to contain the virus with antiviral drugs in its early stages.
Coronavirus latest: South Korea reports 'critical moment' after 813 new cases – live
Read more

I have no idea how I got the virus. I always eat at the same Hong Kong-style restaurant below my school. I wasn’t walking around much at the time because it was very cold, and since I was tired after classes I always went back home. Once the semester break started, I stayed with my parents and not at the dormitory. I started wearing a mask a few days later when I saw everyone else around me wearing masks.


By 21 January my body was still aching all over, so I called my dad. He sensed something was wrong with me and urged me to go home immediately. That evening I took my body temperature which showed a mild fever. My mom said that if my temperature still didn’t drop later that night, we would go to the hospital. At 11pm that night, the fever hadn’t gone away, so I went to Tongji hospital.
What is coronavirus and what should I do if I have symptoms?
Read more

On arrival I saw the hospital already overwhelmed with patients. Seeing doctors in their hazmat suits in real life for the first time, something I’d only seen in documentaries about Sars, I realised something bad was happening.

I wasn’t that astonished or scared when I saw all the people, because it is one of the best hospitals in Wuhan and it is always very crowded. Because of the massive crowds, I decided to go to Wuhan pulmonary hospital instead, and that proved to be the right decision.

There was not a single patient there at the time I arrived. There I had blood and liver function [tests] and a CT scan. The CT results came back showing patchy shadows on the lower sides of both of my lungs. I started to take some prescription medicine and Chinese medicine capsules prescribed by the hospital.


When Wuhan started to be locked down, that’s when my dad had me quarantine myself at home. I also knew from watching movies and things that we should probably stock up on food at home, so we bought a bunch of instant noodles, which no one ended up eating. There was enough at the supermarket; the only thing we really couldn’t find was disinfectants.

My father is an office worker at a drug company and my mom went to school at a medical university, so they were good with helping analyse my situation. I started to self-isolate on 22 January. My room has its own tub and bathroom, so it is pretty convenient. My grandma did the cooking for me and when she brought food in, she would wear a mask and we’d use disposable chopsticks and things like that, so after I was done that all got thrown out.
‘The worst time’

On 25 January I had a checkup. I had begun to cough. It was a very dry cough with a little yellow phlegm. The results showed that my situation was worsening, with the infection spreading to my entire lungs. The doctor gave me an IV drip, while the oral medicine remained the same. At the time the doctor told me I was suspected of having the virus, but that only an expert committee could decide who would be able to use the testing kit.

By 26 January getting up had become extremely difficult and I was shivering with cold. I felt I was having a high fever, and I was: 39C. Reports later said that the situation could develop extremely fast in the middle stage, but before I knew it, by that evening the fever was gone. It felt like having been to hell and back. That period from 21 January to the 26th was the worst time. I coughed so bad my stomach was hurting and my back ached. Those were some of the worst days in my life.

It was then that I realised I needed some spiritual support or maybe I couldn’t make it. So I watched my favourite anime show and seeing their normal, happy lives, I thought I may have to say goodbye to this life forever. But watching the show, the heroine had troubles in the first half, but she finally made it and succeeded in her career.

You see, I was going to fly to Japan in mid-February to go to a concert by Ayaka Ohashi, a Japanese voice actress and anime artist, but with the lockdown I thought everything might be cancelled. I had attended her solo performance last year, and after watching her I had decided I wanted to make a career out of managing voice actors. So watching the show, I thought: I must make it if I want to see her next concert alive. This really encouraged me and gave me some relief, along with the medicine. I dreamed twice that week that I met her.
Dissent becomes the next victim of coronavirus as China cracks down


I had another re-exam on 28 January, which showed both my lungs were getting better. After a medical consultation between the doctors, they decided I was qualified for being tested for the coronavirus.
The virus spreads

My elder brother began to have a fever and cough on the 29th. His exam results showed there were small patches of glass-like shadows in his lungs. He was considered a suspected case. On the same day, my grandma also had a fever. As for me, my test results were positive and I was officially a confirmed case. The hospital gave me five days of an anti-HIV medicine for free, while my family were also starting to take prescribed medicine. Due to my improved situation and limited beds in the hospital, I was told to go home and isolate myself, and thus my IV therapy ended.


My brother had a re-exam and he tested positive on 2 February. My grandmother had a fever for four days but then recovered. She was never tested, and neither was my mother, but they all took medicine. My brother also eventually recovered and is now negative for the virus.

On 4 February, a CT scan showed continued improvements in my lungs, and my cough stopped. I was given another coronavirus test and prescribed more medicine. The next day test results showed I was negative for the virus, but according to instructions from the doctors, I needed to go back for another test. On 7 February results showed again that I was negative, and I was declared recovered.

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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 02 Mar 2020, 11:08

Before European and American infected with corona virus, look how Chinese were discriminated in America month ago.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_ ... ef=m_notif

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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 18 Mar 2020, 13:16

Look how the Chinese man help his wife to recover from Coronavirus

https://www.bbc.com/amharic/news-519297 ... ZlL7PBDg3E

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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 21 Mar 2020, 14:33

I think the cure for Coronavirus is around. president Trump in his Facebook said this:

"HydorxychloroQuine and Azithmycin take together have a real chance to be one of the biggest game changer in the history of the medicine. the FDA has moved mountains- thank you! hopefully they will both be put in use immediately. People are DYING."



but New York Times reported this:


"Trump promotes unproven drugs for potential use against the coronavirus.

President Trump again promoted the use of malaria drugs to treat Covid-19, saying, as he has before, “I feel, as the expression goes, what do we have to lose?”

He then briefly referred to his differences with Dr. Fauci on the matter, which were expressed during a Friday news conference. Earlier on Saturday, Mr. Trump cited a report in a scientific journal supporting another unapproved treatment for Covid-19 using the malaria drug in combination with a common antibacterial agent. The study involved a small number of patients and did not follow the rigorous rules that prove the value of a drug or combination of drugs.

As the authors of the study themselves note, it involved 20 patients who the scientists say showed a reduction in the amount of virus in their bodies. Several patients were excluded from the number because they were “lost to follow up.” Of those, three were sent to a hospital intensive care unit.

Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University, added the research report the president promoted not only was not a controlled study, which scientists prefer because there are so many uncertainties in what happens with small groups.

He also said that the report “was not a therapeutic effectiveness study.” It showed a reduction of the amount of virus shed by the patients, which is not the same as changing the course of the disease. He said the report was an encouragement to do more rigorous study, which is occurring.


“The president seems to be walking on the sunny side of the street,” Dr. Schaffner said, “but the rest of us have to recognize that there’s a shady side as well.”

Chloroquine has been heavily promoted online as a treatment as if it were already proven. Bloomberg News reported two chloroquine poisonings in Nigeria after praise of the drug by the president.

Dr. Fauci later seemed to provide a defense of the president, suggesting that while it was Mr. Trump’s job to provide hope to the American people, a scientist’s role, “is to ultimately prove without a doubt that a drug is not only safe, but it actually works. Those two things are not incompatible when you think about them.”
"

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/21/worl ... -news.html
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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by tlel » 21 Mar 2020, 15:05

Abaymado wrote:
01 Mar 2020, 10:28
we have burning issues which are shaking the world but here we see shabos and agames fighting endlessly and senselessly. I urge, just it is an opinion, any issue/postss that invite chaos and fighting between shabos and agames should be relocated to the open forum.

well in this following successive posts, I will try my best to cover the news on coronavirus around the world. It will be appreciable anyone to share his coincidence.


For the moment, this article interested me it explains how Chinese man from Wuhan district recovered from coronavirus after he tested positive.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.thegua ... oronavirus


‘To hell and back’: my three weeks suffering from coronavirus
Coronavirus outbreak

Tiger Ye, 21, lives in Wuhan and started showing symptoms in mid-January. Here he tells the story of his illness and recovery

Tiger Ye in Wuhan

Sat 29 Feb 2020 05.00 GMT
Last modified on Sun 1 Mar 2020 00.32 GMT

A person wearing a mask having their temperature taken
More than 75,400 people in China have been infected with coronavirus. Photograph: AFP via Getty Images

On 17 January my muscles became sore all over. I may have had a slight fever, but it wasn’t strong enough to notice. Looking back, it is a little scary, because my house and the language school where I study Japanese are within a 5km radius of the Wuhan seafood market (where the virus is believed to have originated).

To treat my muscle soreness, I took some cold tablets because I thought it was a normal cold. Now that I think of it, I might have missed the best time for treatment, failing to contain the virus with antiviral drugs in its early stages.
Coronavirus latest: South Korea reports 'critical moment' after 813 new cases – live
Read more

I have no idea how I got the virus. I always eat at the same Hong Kong-style restaurant below my school. I wasn’t walking around much at the time because it was very cold, and since I was tired after classes I always went back home. Once the semester break started, I stayed with my parents and not at the dormitory. I started wearing a mask a few days later when I saw everyone else around me wearing masks.


By 21 January my body was still aching all over, so I called my dad. He sensed something was wrong with me and urged me to go home immediately. That evening I took my body temperature which showed a mild fever. My mom said that if my temperature still didn’t drop later that night, we would go to the hospital. At 11pm that night, the fever hadn’t gone away, so I went to Tongji hospital.
What is coronavirus and what should I do if I have symptoms?
Read more

On arrival I saw the hospital already overwhelmed with patients. Seeing doctors in their hazmat suits in real life for the first time, something I’d only seen in documentaries about Sars, I realised something bad was happening.

I wasn’t that astonished or scared when I saw all the people, because it is one of the best hospitals in Wuhan and it is always very crowded. Because of the massive crowds, I decided to go to Wuhan pulmonary hospital instead, and that proved to be the right decision.

There was not a single patient there at the time I arrived. There I had blood and liver function [tests] and a CT scan. The CT results came back showing patchy shadows on the lower sides of both of my lungs. I started to take some prescription medicine and Chinese medicine capsules prescribed by the hospital.


When Wuhan started to be locked down, that’s when my dad had me quarantine myself at home. I also knew from watching movies and things that we should probably stock up on food at home, so we bought a bunch of instant noodles, which no one ended up eating. There was enough at the supermarket; the only thing we really couldn’t find was disinfectants.

My father is an office worker at a drug company and my mom went to school at a medical university, so they were good with helping analyse my situation. I started to self-isolate on 22 January. My room has its own tub and bathroom, so it is pretty convenient. My grandma did the cooking for me and when she brought food in, she would wear a mask and we’d use disposable chopsticks and things like that, so after I was done that all got thrown out.
‘The worst time’

On 25 January I had a checkup. I had begun to cough. It was a very dry cough with a little yellow phlegm. The results showed that my situation was worsening, with the infection spreading to my entire lungs. The doctor gave me an IV drip, while the oral medicine remained the same. At the time the doctor told me I was suspected of having the virus, but that only an expert committee could decide who would be able to use the testing kit.

By 26 January getting up had become extremely difficult and I was shivering with cold. I felt I was having a high fever, and I was: 39C. Reports later said that the situation could develop extremely fast in the middle stage, but before I knew it, by that evening the fever was gone. It felt like having been to hell and back. That period from 21 January to the 26th was the worst time. I coughed so bad my stomach was hurting and my back ached. Those were some of the worst days in my life.

It was then that I realised I needed some spiritual support or maybe I couldn’t make it. So I watched my favourite anime show and seeing their normal, happy lives, I thought I may have to say goodbye to this life forever. But watching the show, the heroine had troubles in the first half, but she finally made it and succeeded in her career.

You see, I was going to fly to Japan in mid-February to go to a concert by Ayaka Ohashi, a Japanese voice actress and anime artist, but with the lockdown I thought everything might be cancelled. I had attended her solo performance last year, and after watching her I had decided I wanted to make a career out of managing voice actors. So watching the show, I thought: I must make it if I want to see her next concert alive. This really encouraged me and gave me some relief, along with the medicine. I dreamed twice that week that I met her.
Dissent becomes the next victim of coronavirus as China cracks down


I had another re-exam on 28 January, which showed both my lungs were getting better. After a medical consultation between the doctors, they decided I was qualified for being tested for the coronavirus.
The virus spreads

My elder brother began to have a fever and cough on the 29th. His exam results showed there were small patches of glass-like shadows in his lungs. He was considered a suspected case. On the same day, my grandma also had a fever. As for me, my test results were positive and I was officially a confirmed case. The hospital gave me five days of an anti-HIV medicine for free, while my family were also starting to take prescribed medicine. Due to my improved situation and limited beds in the hospital, I was told to go home and isolate myself, and thus my IV therapy ended.


My brother had a re-exam and he tested positive on 2 February. My grandmother had a fever for four days but then recovered. She was never tested, and neither was my mother, but they all took medicine. My brother also eventually recovered and is now negative for the virus.

On 4 February, a CT scan showed continued improvements in my lungs, and my cough stopped. I was given another coronavirus test and prescribed more medicine. The next day test results showed I was negative for the virus, but according to instructions from the doctors, I needed to go back for another test. On 7 February results showed again that I was negative, and I was declared recovered.
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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 22 Mar 2020, 10:18

good and bad news on Coronavirus in Africa.
the good news is that 108 people across Africa who has been infected with the coronavirus is recovered; the bad news is that there are about 1100 people who are infected with the virus. one doctor from Congo who returned from France is confirmed dead.

https://bbc.in/33IVvAn

Ihe only effective option we have is to ban all incoming and outgoing flights.

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Post by Abaymado » 22 Mar 2020, 14:57

Now it is believed that Coronavirus is originated from the Bats as the virus is already familiar to this mammal. Even though it is not yet confirmed, the conspiracy theory behind this is that the Chinese were the sole reason for eating this strange animal. Watch this video.


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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 22 Mar 2020, 15:19

What a shiiit? look how they are preparing and eating bat? is it a shortage of food or what?


https://observers.france24.com/en/20200 ... -indonesia




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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 24 Mar 2020, 10:11

Now there is controversial debate regarding the effectiveness using ant- malaria drug for Coronavirus's infected patients. After president Trump announces about the effectiveness of this medicine there have been huge positive and negative criticisms. It is noted that two Nigerians were got poisoned after taking this medicine in large doses.

But today there is a positive result was also heard. A 52 year old a Florida man saved from death after using anti-malaria drug. The person was diagnosed with Corona virus and Pneumonia and he was put in oxygen in the ICU.


https://nypost.com/2020/03/22/florida-m ... lQ6rQQmmX8

"A Florida man diagnosed with coronavirus claims he was saved from certain death by an anti-malaria drug touted as a possible treatment by President Trump.


Rio Giardinieri, 52, told Los Angeles’ Fox 11 that he struggled with horrendous back pain, headaches, cough and fatigue for five days after catching COVID-19, possibly at a conference in New York.

Doctors at the Memorial Regional Hospital in South Florida diagnosed him with the coronavirus and pneumonia and put him on oxygen in the ICU, he told the outlet.

After more than a week, doctors told him there was nothing more they could do and, on Friday evening, Giardinieri said goodbye to his wife and three children.

“I was at the point where I was barely able to speak and breathing was very challenging,” Giardinieri said. “I really thought my end was there.”

Then a friend sent him a recent article about hydroxychloroquine, a prescription drug that’s been used to treat malaria for decades and auto-immune diseases like lupus.

Overseas studies have found it to be promising as a treatment for COVID-19, though it hasn’t been approved by health officials.

Trump last week said he was instructing the FDA to fast-track testing of hydroxychloroquine and a related drug, chloroquine, as treatment for COVID-19.

Giardinieri said he contacted an infectious disease doctor about the drug.

“He gave me all the reasons why I would probably not want to try it because there are no trials, there’s no testing, it was not something that was approved,” said Giardinieri.

“And I said, ‘Look, I don’t know if I’m going to make it until the morning,’ because at that point I really thought I was coming to the end because I couldn’t breathe anymore,” Giardinieri continued.

“He agreed and authorized the use of it and 30 minutes later the nurse gave it to me.”

After about an hour after taking the pills, Giardinieri said, it felt like his heart was beating out of his chest and, about two hours later, he had another episode where he couldn’t breathe.

He says he was given Benadryl and some other drugs and that when he woke up around 4:45 a.m., it was “like nothing ever happened.”

He’s since had no fever or pain and can breathe again. Giardinieri said doctors believe the episodes he experienced were not a reaction to the medicine but his body fighting off the virus.


Giardinieri, the vice president of a company that manufactures cooking equipment for high-end restaurants in Los Angeles, said he had three doses of the medicine Saturday and is hoping to be discharged from the hospital in five days.

“To me, there was no doubt in mind that I wouldn’t make it until morning,” said Giardinieri. “So to me, the drug saved my life.”"

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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 30 Mar 2020, 09:15

ሊደመጥ የሚገባው! በኮሮና የተያዘችው ኢትዮጵያዊት መልዕክት:

https://m.facebook.com/groups/107698650 ... composer=0

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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 30 Mar 2020, 10:21

መርካቶ በኮሮና ወረርሽኝ መሀል ይህን ትመስላለች። ወረርሽኙ ቢስፋፋ እንዴት እንደሚሆን ሲታሰብ ይጨንቃል።


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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 02 Apr 2020, 03:17

wow, it look scary. Eritrea jumped to 21. America is hugely paying the price. yesterday the infected persons exceed 26k and more that 1k died. we know Westerns are very much worried when single person is at risk let alone he dies. now it is amazing, every thing is turn upside down.


The good news is there are no new cases of corona virus infected at the moment in Africa except Eritrea, Kenya, Nigeria , and Ghana ; this is a good move.

well, every update on the corona virus can be found here with spectacular analysis.;

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/



Country,
Other Total
Cases New
Cases Total
Deaths New
Deaths Total
Recovered Active
Cases Serious,
Critical Tot Cases/
1M pop Deaths/
1M pop
World 936,865 +1,668 47,264 +72 194,658 694,943 35,772 120.2 6.1
USA 215,344 +341 5,112 +10 8,878 201,354 5,005 651 15
Italy 110,574 13,155 16,847 80,572 4,035 1,829 218
Spain 104,118 9,387 22,647 72,084 5,872 2,227 201
China 81,554 3,312 76,238 2,004 466 57 2
Germany 77,981 931 18,700 58,350 3,408 931 11
France 56,989 4,032 10,935 42,022 6,017 873 62
Iran 47,593 3,036 15,473 29,084 3,871 567 36
UK 29,474 2,352 135 26,987 163 434 35
Switzerland 17,768 488 2,967 14,313 348 2,053 56
Turkey 15,679 277 333 15,069 979 186 3
Belgium 13,964 828 2,132 11,004 1,088 1,205 71
Netherlands 13,614 1,173 250 12,191 1,053 795 68
Austria 10,769 +58 146 1,436 9,187 215 1,196 16
S. Korea 9,976 +89 169 +4 5,828 3,979 55 195 3
Canada 9,731 129 +15 1,736 7,866 120 258 3
Portugal 8,251 187 43 8,021 230 809 18
Brazil 6,931 +51 244 +2 127 6,560 296 33 1
Israel 6,211 +119 30 +4 289 5,892 107 718 3
Australia 5,124 +76 24 +1 345 4,755 50 201 0.9
Sweden 4,947 239 103 4,605 393 490 24
Norway 4,877 44 13 4,820 105 900 8
Czechia 3,604 +15 40 +1 61 3,503 72 337 4
Ireland 3,447 85 5 3,357 103 698 17
Denmark 3,107 104 894 2,109 145 536 18
Chile 3,031 16 234 2,781 31 159 0.8
Malaysia 2,908 45 645 2,218 102 90 1
Russia 2,777 24 190 2,563 8 19 0.2
Ecuador 2,758 98 58 2,602 100 156 6
Poland 2,554 43 56 2,455 50 67 1
Romania 2,460 92 252 2,116 57 128 5
Japan 2,384 57 472 1,855 69 19 0.5
Luxembourg 2,319 29 80 2,210 31 3,705 46
Philippines 2,311 96 50 2,165 1 21 0.9
Pakistan 2,291 +173 31 +4 107 2,153 12 10 0.1
India 2,032 +34 58 148 1,826 1 0.04
Thailand 1,875 +104 15 +3 505 1,355 23 27 0.2
Saudi Arabia 1,720 16 264 1,440 31 49 0.5
Indonesia 1,677 157 103 1,417 6 0.6
Finland 1,446 17 300 1,129 62 261 3
Greece 1,415 51 52 1,312 90 136 5
South Africa 1,380 5 50 1,325 7 23 0.08
Mexico 1,378 +163 37 +8 35 1,306 1 11 0.3
Peru 1,323 47 +9 394 882 49 40 1
Panama 1,317 32 9 1,276 50 305 7
Dominican Republic 1,284 57 9 1,218 147 118 5
Iceland 1,220 2 236 982 12 3,575 6
Argentina 1,133 33 +1 248 852 25 0.7
Colombia 1,065 17 39 1,009 47 21 0.3
Serbia 1,060 28 42 990 62 121 3
Singapore 1,000 4 +1 245 751 24 171 0.7
Croatia 963 6 73 884 34 235 1
Algeria 847 58 61 728 19 1
Slovenia 841 15 10 816 31 405 7
Qatar 835 2 71 762 37 290 0.7
UAE 814 8 61 745 2 82 0.8
New Zealand 797 +89 1 92 704 2 165 0.2
Ukraine 794 20 13 761 18 0.5
Egypt 779 52 179 548 8 0.5
Estonia 779 5 33 741 15 587 4
Hong Kong 766 4 147 615 5 102 0.5
Iraq 728 52 182 494 18 1
Diamond Princess 712 11 619 82 15
Morocco 654 39 29 586 1 18 1
Lithuania 649 +68 8 7 634 11 238 3
Hungary 585 +60 21 +1 42 522 17 61 2
Armenia 571 4 31 536 30 193 1
Bahrain 569 4 337 228 3 334 2
Bosnia and Herzegovina 490 +31 13 19 458 1 149 4
Lebanon 479 14 43 422 5 70 2
Bulgaria 449 +27 10 25 414 17 65 1
Latvia 446 1 445 3 236
Tunisia 423 12 5 406 10 36 1
Moldova 423 5 23 395 44 105 1
Kazakhstan 402 +22 3 26 373 6 21 0.2
Slovakia 400 1 3 396 1 73 0.2
Andorra 390 14 10 366 12 5,048 181
Costa Rica 375 2 4 369 9 74 0.4
Azerbaijan 359 5 26 328 7 35 0.5
North Macedonia 354 11 17 326 4 170 5
Uruguay 350 2 62 286 15 101 0.6
Taiwan 339 +10 5 50 284 14 0.2
Cyprus 320 9 28 283 11 265 7
Kuwait 317 80 237 14 74
Burkina Faso 282 16 46 220 13 0.8
Réunion 281 40 241 3 314
Jordan 278 5 36 237 5 27 0.5
Albania 259 15 67 177 7 90 5
Afghanistan 239 +2 4 5 230 6 0.1
San Marino 236 28 13 195 16 6,955 825
Cameroon 233 6 10 217 9 0.2
Vietnam 222 +4 64 158 3 2
Honduras 219 +47 14 +4 3 202 4 22 1
Cuba 212 6 12 194 3 19 0.5
Oman 210 1 34 175 3 41 0.2
Ghana 195 5 31 159 1 6 0.2
Ivory Coast 190 1 9 180 7 0.04
Senegal 190 1 45 144 11 0.06
Malta 188 2 186 2 426
Uzbekistan 187 +6 2 12 173 8 6 0.06
Faeroe Islands 177 +4 81 96 1 3,622
Nigeria 174 2 9 163 0.8 0.01
Channel Islands 172 3 169 989 17
Belarus 163 2 53 108 2 17 0.2
Mauritius 161 7 +1 154 1 127 6
Sri Lanka 148 +2 3 21 124 5 7 0.1
Venezuela 144 3 43 98 6 5 0.1
Martinique 135 3 27 105 16 360 8
Palestine 134 1 18 115 26 0.2
Brunei 131 1 52 78 3 299 2
Georgia 130 +13 23 107 6 33
Guadeloupe 125 6 24 95 14 312 15
DRC 123 +14 11 +2 3 109 1 0.1
Bolivia 123 +8 7 1 115 3 11 0.6
Montenegro 123 2 121 4 196 3
Kyrgyzstan 116 +5 5 111 5 18
Cambodia 110 +1 34 76 1 7
Mayotte 101 1 10 90 3 370 4
Trinidad and Tobago 90 5 1 84 64 4
Rwanda 82 82 6
Kenya 81 1 3 77 2 2 0.02
Gibraltar 81 34 47 2,404
Paraguay 77 +8 3 2 72 4 11 0.4
Niger 74 5 69 3 0.2
Liechtenstein 72 72 1,888
Isle of Man 68 1 67 800 12
Madagascar 57 57 6 2
Bangladesh 56 +2 6 25 25 1 0.3 0.04
Monaco 55 1 2 52 2 1,402 25
Aruba 55 1 54 515
French Guiana 51 15 36 171
Guatemala 46 +7 1 12 33 1 3 0.06
Barbados 45 45 157
Jamaica 44 3 2 39 15 1
Uganda 44 44 1.0
El Salvador 41 +8 2 39 4 6 0.3
Macao 41 10 31 63
French Polynesia 37 37 1 132
Togo 36 2 10 24 4 0.2
Zambia 36 36 2
Djibouti 33 33 33
Bermuda 32 10 22 514
Mali 31 3 28 2 0.1
Guinea 30 30 2
Ethiopia 29 2 27 2 0.3
Congo 22 2 20 4 0.4
Cayman Islands 22 1 21 335 15
Saint Martin 22 1 2 19 569 26
Bahamas 21 1 1 19 53 3
Tanzania 20 1 1 18 0.3 0.02
Guyana 19 4 +1 15 24 5
Maldives 19 13 6 35
Gabon 18 1 17 8 0.4
Eritrea 18 +3 18 5
Myanmar 16 1 15 0.3 0.02
Sint Maarten 16 1 6 9 373 23
Haiti 16 1 15 1
New Caledonia 16 1 15 56
Equatorial Guinea 15 1 14 11
Mongolia 14 2 12 4
Namibia 14 2 12 6
Benin 13 1 12 1
Saint Lucia 13 1 12 71
Dominica 12 12 167
Curaçao 11 1 3 7 67 6
Syria 10 2 8 0.6 0.1
Greenland 10 2 8 176
Grenada 10 +1 10 89
Laos 10 10 1
Libya 10 10 1
Mozambique 10 10 0.3
Seychelles 10 10 102
Suriname 10 10 17
MS Zaandam 9 2 7
Guinea-Bissau 9 9 5
Eswatini 9 9 8
Angola 8 2 1 5 0.2 0.06
Zimbabwe 8 1 7 0.5 0.07
Saint Kitts and Nevis 8 8 150
Sudan 7 2 2 3 0.2 0.05
Antigua and Barbuda 7 7 71
Chad 7 7 0.4
Fiji 7 +2 7 8
Cabo Verde 6 1 5 11 2
Mauritania 6 1 2 3 1 0.2
Vatican City 6 6 7,491
Liberia 6 6 1
St. Barth 6 1 5 607
Turks and Caicos 6 6 155
Nicaragua 5 1 4 0.8 0.2
Nepal 5 1 4 0.2
Bhutan 5 +1 1 4 6
Montserrat 5 5 1,002
Somalia 5 1 4 0.3
Botswana 4 1 3 2 0.4
Gambia 4 1 2 1 2 0.4
Belize 3 3 8
British Virgin Islands 3 3 99
CAR 3 3 0.6
Anguilla 2 2 133
Burundi 2 2 0.2
Caribbean Netherlands 2 2 76
St. Vincent Grenadines 2 1 1 18
Sierra Leone 2 2 0.3
Papua New Guinea 1 1 0.1
Timor-Leste 1 1 0.8
Total: 936,865 +1,668 47,264 +72 194,658 694,943 35,772 120.2 6.1
Highlighted in green= all cases have recovered from the infection
Highlighted in grey= all cases have had an outcome (there are no active cases)
The "New" columns for China display the previous day changes (as China reports after the day is over). For all other countries, the "New" columns display the changes for the current day while still in progress.
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Latest Updates
April 2 (GMT)
15 new cases and 1 new death in Czechia [source]
31 new cases in Bosnia and Herzegovina [source]
8 new cases in Bolivia [source]
4 new cases in Faeroe Islands [source]
104 new cases and 3 new deaths in Thailand [source]
10 new cases in Taiwan [source]
3 new cases in Eritrea [source]
76 new cases and 1 new death in Australia [source]
2 new cases in Bangladesh [source]
2 new cases in Afghanistan [source]
119 new cases and 4 new deaths in Israel [source]
14 new cases and 2 new deaths in the DR Congo [source]
173 new cases and 4 new deaths in Pakistan [source]
2 new cases in Sri Lanka [source]
60 new cases and 1 new death in Hungary [source]
13 new cases in Georgia [source]
58 new cases in Austria [source]
68 new cases in Lithuania [source]
1 new death in Mauritius [source]
6 new cases in Uzbekistan [source]
27 new cases in Bulgaria [source]
34 new cases in India [source]
5 new cases in Kyrgyzstan [source]
2 new cases in Fiji [source]
47 new cases and 4 new deaths in Honduras [source]
8 new cases in El Salvador [source]
22 new cases in Kazakhstan [source]
1 new case in Cambodia [source]
163 new cases and 8 new deaths in Mexico [source]
1 new case in Bhutan [source]
9 new deaths in Peru [source]
1 new death in Argentina [source]
1 new death in Guyana [source]
15 new deaths in Canada [source]
1 new death in Singapore [source]
89 new cases and 4 new deaths in South Korea [source]
4 new cases in Vietnam [source]
7 new cases in Guatemala [source]
51 new cases and 2 new deaths in Brazil [source]
8 new cases in Paraguay [source]
1 new case in Grenada [source]
89 new cases in New Zealand [source]
341 new cases and 10 new deaths in the United States
Archived:

February 2020 Coronavirus News Updates
January Timeline:

On January 31, the first 2 novel coronavirus cases in the UK, [18] the first 2 cases in Russia, [20] and the first case in Sweden and in Spain were reported. Canada reported its 4th case.
On Jan. 31, the United States
declared Coronavirus a Public Health Emergency
issued 14 days quarantine rules for US citizens entering the US from China (mandatory if entering from the Hubei province).
issued an order to deny entry to foreigners who have traveled to China within the past two weeks.
On January 30, the novel coronavirus total case count surpassed that for SARS (which affected 8,096 people worldwide).
On January 30, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a Global Public Health Emergency.
On January 30 CDC confirmed the first US case of human to human transmission[17].
Germany, Japan, Vietnam and the United States have reported cases in patients who didn't personally visit China, but contracted the virus from someone else who had visited Wuhan, China[15]. These cases of human to human transmission are the most worrisome, according to the WHO[16].
Wuhan (the city where the virus originated) is the largest city in Central China, with a population of over 11 million people. The city, on January 23, shut down transport links. Following Wuhan lock down, the city of Huanggang was also placed in quarantine, and the city of Ezhou closed its train stations. This means than 18 million people have been placed in isolation. The World Health Organization (WHO) said cutting off a city as large as Wuhan is "unprecedented in public health history."[12] and praised China for its incredible commitment to isolate the virus and minimize the spread to other countries.
How dangerous is the virus?
There are three parameters to understand in order to assess the magnitude of the risk posed by this novel coronavirus:
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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 02 Apr 2020, 03:17

wow, it look scary. Eritrea jumps to 21. America is hugely paying the price. yesterday the infected persons exceeded 26k and more than 1k died. we know Westerns are very much worried when single person is at risk let alone he died. now it is amazing, every thing is turn upside down.


the good news is there are no new cases of corona virus infected at the moment in Africa except Eritrea, Kenya, Nigeria , and Ghana ; this is a good move.

well, every update on the corona virus can be found here with spectacular analysis.;

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/



Country,
Other Total
Cases New
Cases Total
Deaths New
Deaths Total
Recovered Active
Cases Serious,
Critical Tot Cases/
1M pop Deaths/
1M pop
World 936,865 +1,668 47,264 +72 194,658 694,943 35,772 120.2 6.1
USA 215,344 +341 5,112 +10 8,878 201,354 5,005 651 15
Italy 110,574 13,155 16,847 80,572 4,035 1,829 218
Spain 104,118 9,387 22,647 72,084 5,872 2,227 201
China 81,554 3,312 76,238 2,004 466 57 2
Germany 77,981 931 18,700 58,350 3,408 931 11
France 56,989 4,032 10,935 42,022 6,017 873 62
Iran 47,593 3,036 15,473 29,084 3,871 567 36
UK 29,474 2,352 135 26,987 163 434 35
Switzerland 17,768 488 2,967 14,313 348 2,053 56
Turkey 15,679 277 333 15,069 979 186 3
Belgium 13,964 828 2,132 11,004 1,088 1,205 71
Netherlands 13,614 1,173 250 12,191 1,053 795 68
Austria 10,769 +58 146 1,436 9,187 215 1,196 16
S. Korea 9,976 +89 169 +4 5,828 3,979 55 195 3
Canada 9,731 129 +15 1,736 7,866 120 258 3
Portugal 8,251 187 43 8,021 230 809 18
Brazil 6,931 +51 244 +2 127 6,560 296 33 1
Israel 6,211 +119 30 +4 289 5,892 107 718 3
Australia 5,124 +76 24 +1 345 4,755 50 201 0.9
Sweden 4,947 239 103 4,605 393 490 24
Norway 4,877 44 13 4,820 105 900 8
Czechia 3,604 +15 40 +1 61 3,503 72 337 4
Ireland 3,447 85 5 3,357 103 698 17
Denmark 3,107 104 894 2,109 145 536 18
Chile 3,031 16 234 2,781 31 159 0.8
Malaysia 2,908 45 645 2,218 102 90 1
Russia 2,777 24 190 2,563 8 19 0.2
Ecuador 2,758 98 58 2,602 100 156 6
Poland 2,554 43 56 2,455 50 67 1
Romania 2,460 92 252 2,116 57 128 5
Japan 2,384 57 472 1,855 69 19 0.5
Luxembourg 2,319 29 80 2,210 31 3,705 46
Philippines 2,311 96 50 2,165 1 21 0.9
Pakistan 2,291 +173 31 +4 107 2,153 12 10 0.1
India 2,032 +34 58 148 1,826 1 0.04
Thailand 1,875 +104 15 +3 505 1,355 23 27 0.2
Saudi Arabia 1,720 16 264 1,440 31 49 0.5
Indonesia 1,677 157 103 1,417 6 0.6
Finland 1,446 17 300 1,129 62 261 3
Greece 1,415 51 52 1,312 90 136 5
South Africa 1,380 5 50 1,325 7 23 0.08
Mexico 1,378 +163 37 +8 35 1,306 1 11 0.3
Peru 1,323 47 +9 394 882 49 40 1
Panama 1,317 32 9 1,276 50 305 7
Dominican Republic 1,284 57 9 1,218 147 118 5
Iceland 1,220 2 236 982 12 3,575 6
Argentina 1,133 33 +1 248 852 25 0.7
Colombia 1,065 17 39 1,009 47 21 0.3
Serbia 1,060 28 42 990 62 121 3
Singapore 1,000 4 +1 245 751 24 171 0.7
Croatia 963 6 73 884 34 235 1
Algeria 847 58 61 728 19 1
Slovenia 841 15 10 816 31 405 7
Qatar 835 2 71 762 37 290 0.7
UAE 814 8 61 745 2 82 0.8
New Zealand 797 +89 1 92 704 2 165 0.2
Ukraine 794 20 13 761 18 0.5
Egypt 779 52 179 548 8 0.5
Estonia 779 5 33 741 15 587 4
Hong Kong 766 4 147 615 5 102 0.5
Iraq 728 52 182 494 18 1
Diamond Princess 712 11 619 82 15
Morocco 654 39 29 586 1 18 1
Lithuania 649 +68 8 7 634 11 238 3
Hungary 585 +60 21 +1 42 522 17 61 2
Armenia 571 4 31 536 30 193 1
Bahrain 569 4 337 228 3 334 2
Bosnia and Herzegovina 490 +31 13 19 458 1 149 4
Lebanon 479 14 43 422 5 70 2
Bulgaria 449 +27 10 25 414 17 65 1
Latvia 446 1 445 3 236
Tunisia 423 12 5 406 10 36 1
Moldova 423 5 23 395 44 105 1
Kazakhstan 402 +22 3 26 373 6 21 0.2
Slovakia 400 1 3 396 1 73 0.2
Andorra 390 14 10 366 12 5,048 181
Costa Rica 375 2 4 369 9 74 0.4
Azerbaijan 359 5 26 328 7 35 0.5
North Macedonia 354 11 17 326 4 170 5
Uruguay 350 2 62 286 15 101 0.6
Taiwan 339 +10 5 50 284 14 0.2
Cyprus 320 9 28 283 11 265 7
Kuwait 317 80 237 14 74
Burkina Faso 282 16 46 220 13 0.8
Réunion 281 40 241 3 314
Jordan 278 5 36 237 5 27 0.5
Albania 259 15 67 177 7 90 5
Afghanistan 239 +2 4 5 230 6 0.1
San Marino 236 28 13 195 16 6,955 825
Cameroon 233 6 10 217 9 0.2
Vietnam 222 +4 64 158 3 2
Honduras 219 +47 14 +4 3 202 4 22 1
Cuba 212 6 12 194 3 19 0.5
Oman 210 1 34 175 3 41 0.2
Ghana 195 5 31 159 1 6 0.2
Ivory Coast 190 1 9 180 7 0.04
Senegal 190 1 45 144 11 0.06
Malta 188 2 186 2 426
Uzbekistan 187 +6 2 12 173 8 6 0.06
Faeroe Islands 177 +4 81 96 1 3,622
Nigeria 174 2 9 163 0.8 0.01
Channel Islands 172 3 169 989 17
Belarus 163 2 53 108 2 17 0.2
Mauritius 161 7 +1 154 1 127 6
Sri Lanka 148 +2 3 21 124 5 7 0.1
Venezuela 144 3 43 98 6 5 0.1
Martinique 135 3 27 105 16 360 8
Palestine 134 1 18 115 26 0.2
Brunei 131 1 52 78 3 299 2
Georgia 130 +13 23 107 6 33
Guadeloupe 125 6 24 95 14 312 15
DRC 123 +14 11 +2 3 109 1 0.1
Bolivia 123 +8 7 1 115 3 11 0.6
Montenegro 123 2 121 4 196 3
Kyrgyzstan 116 +5 5 111 5 18
Cambodia 110 +1 34 76 1 7
Mayotte 101 1 10 90 3 370 4
Trinidad and Tobago 90 5 1 84 64 4
Rwanda 82 82 6
Kenya 81 1 3 77 2 2 0.02
Gibraltar 81 34 47 2,404
Paraguay 77 +8 3 2 72 4 11 0.4
Niger 74 5 69 3 0.2
Liechtenstein 72 72 1,888
Isle of Man 68 1 67 800 12
Madagascar 57 57 6 2
Bangladesh 56 +2 6 25 25 1 0.3 0.04
Monaco 55 1 2 52 2 1,402 25
Aruba 55 1 54 515
French Guiana 51 15 36 171
Guatemala 46 +7 1 12 33 1 3 0.06
Barbados 45 45 157
Jamaica 44 3 2 39 15 1
Uganda 44 44 1.0
El Salvador 41 +8 2 39 4 6 0.3
Macao 41 10 31 63
French Polynesia 37 37 1 132
Togo 36 2 10 24 4 0.2
Zambia 36 36 2
Djibouti 33 33 33
Bermuda 32 10 22 514
Mali 31 3 28 2 0.1
Guinea 30 30 2
Ethiopia 29 2 27 2 0.3
Congo 22 2 20 4 0.4
Cayman Islands 22 1 21 335 15
Saint Martin 22 1 2 19 569 26
Bahamas 21 1 1 19 53 3
Tanzania 20 1 1 18 0.3 0.02
Guyana 19 4 +1 15 24 5
Maldives 19 13 6 35
Gabon 18 1 17 8 0.4
Eritrea 18 +3 18 5
Myanmar 16 1 15 0.3 0.02
Sint Maarten 16 1 6 9 373 23
Haiti 16 1 15 1
New Caledonia 16 1 15 56
Equatorial Guinea 15 1 14 11
Mongolia 14 2 12 4
Namibia 14 2 12 6
Benin 13 1 12 1
Saint Lucia 13 1 12 71
Dominica 12 12 167
Curaçao 11 1 3 7 67 6
Syria 10 2 8 0.6 0.1
Greenland 10 2 8 176
Grenada 10 +1 10 89
Laos 10 10 1
Libya 10 10 1
Mozambique 10 10 0.3
Seychelles 10 10 102
Suriname 10 10 17
MS Zaandam 9 2 7
Guinea-Bissau 9 9 5
Eswatini 9 9 8
Angola 8 2 1 5 0.2 0.06
Zimbabwe 8 1 7 0.5 0.07
Saint Kitts and Nevis 8 8 150
Sudan 7 2 2 3 0.2 0.05
Antigua and Barbuda 7 7 71
Chad 7 7 0.4
Fiji 7 +2 7 8
Cabo Verde 6 1 5 11 2
Mauritania 6 1 2 3 1 0.2
Vatican City 6 6 7,491
Liberia 6 6 1
St. Barth 6 1 5 607
Turks and Caicos 6 6 155
Nicaragua 5 1 4 0.8 0.2
Nepal 5 1 4 0.2
Bhutan 5 +1 1 4 6
Montserrat 5 5 1,002
Somalia 5 1 4 0.3
Botswana 4 1 3 2 0.4
Gambia 4 1 2 1 2 0.4
Belize 3 3 8
British Virgin Islands 3 3 99
CAR 3 3 0.6
Anguilla 2 2 133
Burundi 2 2 0.2
Caribbean Netherlands 2 2 76
St. Vincent Grenadines 2 1 1 18
Sierra Leone 2 2 0.3
Papua New Guinea 1 1 0.1
Timor-Leste 1 1 0.8
Total: 936,865 +1,668 47,264 +72 194,658 694,943 35,772 120.2 6.1
Highlighted in green= all cases have recovered from the infection
Highlighted in grey= all cases have had an outcome (there are no active cases)
The "New" columns for China display the previous day changes (as China reports after the day is over). For all other countries, the "New" columns display the changes for the current day while still in progress.
[back to top ↑]

Latest Updates
April 2 (GMT)
15 new cases and 1 new death in Czechia [source]
31 new cases in Bosnia and Herzegovina [source]
8 new cases in Bolivia [source]
4 new cases in Faeroe Islands [source]
104 new cases and 3 new deaths in Thailand [source]
10 new cases in Taiwan [source]
3 new cases in Eritrea [source]
76 new cases and 1 new death in Australia [source]
2 new cases in Bangladesh [source]
2 new cases in Afghanistan [source]
119 new cases and 4 new deaths in Israel [source]
14 new cases and 2 new deaths in the DR Congo [source]
173 new cases and 4 new deaths in Pakistan [source]
2 new cases in Sri Lanka [source]
60 new cases and 1 new death in Hungary [source]
13 new cases in Georgia [source]
58 new cases in Austria [source]
68 new cases in Lithuania [source]
1 new death in Mauritius [source]
6 new cases in Uzbekistan [source]
27 new cases in Bulgaria [source]
34 new cases in India [source]
5 new cases in Kyrgyzstan [source]
2 new cases in Fiji [source]
47 new cases and 4 new deaths in Honduras [source]
8 new cases in El Salvador [source]
22 new cases in Kazakhstan [source]
1 new case in Cambodia [source]
163 new cases and 8 new deaths in Mexico [source]
1 new case in Bhutan [source]
9 new deaths in Peru [source]
1 new death in Argentina [source]
1 new death in Guyana [source]
15 new deaths in Canada [source]
1 new death in Singapore [source]
89 new cases and 4 new deaths in South Korea [source]
4 new cases in Vietnam [source]
7 new cases in Guatemala [source]
51 new cases and 2 new deaths in Brazil [source]
8 new cases in Paraguay [source]
1 new case in Grenada [source]
89 new cases in New Zealand [source]
341 new cases and 10 new deaths in the United States
Archived:

February 2020 Coronavirus News Updates
January Timeline:

On January 31, the first 2 novel coronavirus cases in the UK, [18] the first 2 cases in Russia, [20] and the first case in Sweden and in Spain were reported. Canada reported its 4th case.
On Jan. 31, the United States
declared Coronavirus a Public Health Emergency
issued 14 days quarantine rules for US citizens entering the US from China (mandatory if entering from the Hubei province).
issued an order to deny entry to foreigners who have traveled to China within the past two weeks.
On January 30, the novel coronavirus total case count surpassed that for SARS (which affected 8,096 people worldwide).
On January 30, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a Global Public Health Emergency.
On January 30 CDC confirmed the first US case of human to human transmission[17].
Germany, Japan, Vietnam and the United States have reported cases in patients who didn't personally visit China, but contracted the virus from someone else who had visited Wuhan, China[15]. These cases of human to human transmission are the most worrisome, according to the WHO[16].
Wuhan (the city where the virus originated) is the largest city in Central China, with a population of over 11 million people. The city, on January 23, shut down transport links. Following Wuhan lock down, the city of Huanggang was also placed in quarantine, and the city of Ezhou closed its train stations. This means than 18 million people have been placed in isolation. The World Health Organization (WHO) said cutting off a city as large as Wuhan is "unprecedented in public health history."[12] and praised China for its incredible commitment to isolate the virus and minimize the spread to other countries.
How dangerous is the virus?
There are three parameters to understand in order to assess the magnitude of the risk posed by this novel coronavirus:

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Posts: 2020
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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 03 Apr 2020, 09:42

Hospital staff cheers as 93-year-old man in Spain is discharged after COVID-19 recovery




Man, 93, recovers from COVID-19
On Wednesday, doctors and medical staff applauded the discharge of a 93-year-old Spanish man who had recovered from COVID-19.
The man, whose name was not released, had spent five days in isolation at a hospital in La Seu d'Urgeil.
More than 95 percent of people who have died of coronavirus in Europe have been older than 60, the WHO said on

Israel's ultra-Orthodox communities ‘ignoring’ COVID-19 rules penalized

Thursday.

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Re: Updates on Coronavirus around the world

Post by Abaymado » 05 Apr 2020, 14:26

African countries showing good results on Coronavirus except some. Eritrea reached 29

Nigeria : total recovered= 27, Total Death= 5, new cases=10, Total cases= 224
Senegal: total recovered= 82, Total Death= 2, New Cases= 3, Total cases= 222
Rwanda: Total Recovered= 4, total Death= 0, new cases =0, Total cases= 104
Ghana: Total Recovered=31, Total Death=5, new cases= 5, Total cases= 214
Ivory coast: total Recovered= 25, Total Death= 1, new cases= 0, Total cases= 245
Egypt: Total Recovered= 241, total death= 78, new cases =103 ,Total cases= 1173
south Africa= Total Recovered=95, total death=9,new cases= 0,Total cases= 1585







https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

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