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COVID-19 in Asean: update for March 10th

By 01:30 GMT on March 10 there were 232 confirmed active cases of COVID-19 in the 10 ASEAN member countries.

The largest number of confirmed active cases is found in Malaysia, where 93 people remain infected, two of which have been reported as serious or critical.

The next highest number of active cases is in Singapore, with 67 COVID-19 cases, 10 of which are considered serious or critical.

In the Philippines 21 cases of COV-ID 19 remain active, with one person listed as serious or critical, while in Indonesia there are 19 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

In Thailand, 16 COVID-19 cases remained active, including 15 in Vietnam and one in Cambodia. Laos PDR, Myanmar and Brunei did not report COVID-19 cases.

403 cases of COVID-19 were registered in ASEAN member countries, with 169 people being treated and discharged.

There have been two deaths attributed to COVID-19 in ASEAN member countries.

Asean COVID-19 cases until 10 March 2020
Asean COVID-19 cases until 10 March 2020 .

Global cases COVID-19 until 10 March

The number of new ones COVID-19 cases globally rose 4.02 percent day-to-day (DoD) to 114,416, an increase of 4,425.

The number of deaths attributed to COVID-19 increased 5.20% DoD to 4,026, an increase of 199, the majority in 2005 Italy.

In the meantime, the number of people treated and discharged has increased 2.90 percent DoD to 1,805, bringing the number of COVID-19 survivors to 64,081.

By 01:30 GMT on March 10 there were 46,309 active cases globally, of which about 12% or 5,771 cases were classified as serious or critical.

Based on completed cases, (number of discharged + number of deaths), the current mortality rate is 6%.

Global SARS-CoV-2 cases globally at 1:34 GMT on March 10th
Global SARS-CoV-2 cases globally until 1:34 GMT on 10 March. Data subject to subsequent changes. .

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