Update on Covid-19 in the World 23 September: 31.7 Million Cases | 200,000 More Deaths in the US Page all

KOMPAS.com – The first wave of the pandemic corona virus a new kind of cause Covid-19 has occurred in all countries of the world.

The pandemic is making it difficult for many countries to implement appropriate control measures.

Launch data from the page Worldometers, Until Wednesday (23/9/2020) morning, the total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the world was 31,749,508 (31.7 million).

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Of these, 23,363,434 (23.3 million) patients had recovered, and 974,015 people died.

There are currently 7,412,059 active cases, with details of 7,350,017 patients with mild conditions and 62,042 in serious conditions.

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Here are 10 countries with the highest number of Covid-19 cases:

1. United States of America, 7,095,757 cases, 205,394 people died, the total recovered 4,341,090.

2. India5,640,496 cases, 90,021 people died, the total recovered 4,581,820.

3. Brazil, 4,595,335 cases, 138,159 people died, the total recovered 3,945,627.

4. Russia, 1,115,810 cases, 19,649 people died, 917,949 total recovered.

5. Colombia, 777,537 cases, 24,570 people died, total recovered 650,801.

6. Peru, 772,896 cases, 31,474 people died, total recovered 622,418.

7. Mexico, 700,580 cases, 73,697 people died, total recovered 502,982.

8. Spain, 682,267 cases and 30,904 people died.

9. South Africa, 663,282 cases, 16,118 people died, total cured 592,904.

10. Argentina, 640,147 cases, 13,482 people died, 508,563 total cured.

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Corona cases in Indonesia

KOMPAS.com/GARRY LOTULUNG Workers wear masks when walking to offices in the Tanah Abang area, Central Jakarta, Monday (21/9/2020). The PSBB was re-implemented starting September 14, 2020, and various activities were again restricted, namely office activities, businesses, transportation, to public facilities.

Case corona virus in Indonesia an increase was recorded, both in the number of cases, recovered, and who died.

Until Tuesday (22/9/2020) at 12.00 WIB, positive cases of Covid-19 had increased by 4,071. So that the current number is 252,923 people.

Meanwhile, for recovered cases, there were also an additional 3,501 people.

The addition also brought the total number of patients who had recovered to 184,298 people.

However, the number of patients who died due to Covid-19 infection also increased by 160 people.

So, the number of patients who died has now reached 9,837 people.

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Still from the same source, India reported the lowest addition of Covid-19 cases in this month.

Based on federal health data released Tuesday (9/22/2020), India reported 75,083 new cases of the new coronavirus in the past 24 hours.

There were 1,053 deaths during the same period. India also reported a record number of patients who recovered in a day, namely 101,468 patients recovered.

Thus, the total number of patients who recovered became 4,497,867.

With more than 5.5 million cases, India is behind the US in the total number of confirmed infections and has the third-highest number of deaths worldwide with nearly 89,000.

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UK schools will remain open when the second wave of Covid-19 hits the country.

This was conveyed by senior cabinet minister Michael Gove on Tuesday (22/9/2020) as quoted from Reuters.

In addition, Gove also said that workers would also enter as usual but had to take preventive measures to be safe from Covid-19.

“We are trying to strike a balance. We are trying to say that schools, of course, have to stay open. We want workplaces where people have to be in factories or in shops to do their work to stay open in a Covid-safe way. 19, “said Gove.

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Elisabete Nagata (center, above) hugs her brother-in-law, Luiza Nagata (76), through a transparent plastic curtain at a nursing home in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Saturday (6/13/2020).  Relieving homesickness in the midst of a pandemic, people are using plastic curtains as a solution to hugging without direct contact to minimize the risk of transmission of the corona virus (Covid-19).AFP / NELSON ALMEIDA Elisabete Nagata (center, above) hugs her brother-in-law, Luiza Nagata (76), through a transparent plastic curtain at a nursing home in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Saturday (6/13/2020). Relieving homesickness in the midst of a pandemic, people are using plastic curtains as a solution to hugging without direct contact to minimize the risk of transmitting the corona virus (Covid-19).

Corona virus cases in Brazil have also been recorded to have increased, both in the number of cases, recovered, and those who died.

Until Tuesday (9/22/2020), positive cases of Covid-19 had increased by 31,521. So that the current number is 4,591,604 people.

As for recovered cases, there were also 3,945,627 people reported.

However, 758 patients died due to Covid-19 infection.

So, the number of patients who died has now reached 138,108 people.

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United States of America

The number of deaths in the United States (US) due to the corona virus reached 200,000 on Tuesday (22/9/2020).

This figure could not even have been imagined when the outbreak first hit the US eight months ago.

“It is really unexpected that we have reached this point,” said Johns Hopkins University public health researcher Jennifer Nuzzo quoted from Al Jazeera, Tuesday (9/22/2020).

This is a bleak milestone and is by far the highest number of deaths in the world based on figures provided by state health authorities.

But the true number is thought to be much higher, in part because many of the deaths from Covid-19 may have been from other causes.

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COVID Update: CDC removes airborne transmission statement, cites error

The Centers for Disease Control updated a document Friday without fanfare that states the agency’s position on how the coronavirus spreads, then removed the new guidance Monday saying it was posted in error.

The document said person-to-person and coughing/sneezing/breathing are the primary ways the virus is transmitted through droplets, but the agency then said there is growing evidence that airborne droplets after a sneeze or cough — droplets that linger in the air — are of concern.

“There is growing evidence that droplets and airborne particles can remain suspended in the air and be breathed in by others, and travel distances beyond 6 feet (for example, during choir practice, in restaurants, or in fitness classes),” the document said. “In general, indoor environments without good ventilation increase this risk.”

But on Monday, the agency removed the mention of airborne transmission from their website with the following explanation.

“A draft version of proposed changes to these recommendations was posted in error to the agency’s official website,” it reads. “CDC is currently updating its recommendations regarding airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19). Once this process has been completed, the update language will be posted.”

In a Zoom conference call on Monday, a senior CDC official explained that the online post that suggested the virus that causes COVID-19 is airborne was an early draft still undergoing scientific review and was posted by mistake.

John Brooks, the chief medical officer for CDC’s COVID-19 response, apologized.

“I just want to let you know that this early draft of a document that’s presently undergoing scientific review wasn’t intended to be posted,” he said. “That was an error on behalf of our agency, and I apologize on behalf of CDC for that. We weren’t ready to put it up.”

Brooks said that it remains unclear if the virus is airborne.

“We’re looking at possibility of COVID being transmitted as sort of an opportunistic airborne condition,” he said. “That means that…it can possibly be transmitted through the airborne route, but that this is not the main mode of transmission. The main mode of transmission remains close exposure within that six foot circumference of a person is effective.”

Brooks also defended what he called a “rigorous scientific review process” by the CDC of its scientific studies “to ensure timely, accurate, reliable, the most important trustworthy public health information and recommendations.”

“CDC as an agency stands by the scientific integrity (of) the more than hundred — now over one hundred — COVID-19 reports that the MWWR war has published to date,” he said.

Read the updated document here.


‘Coronavirus update’ with new expert – hope for autumn | 09/08/20

FRANKFURT / HAMBURG (dpa-AFX) – Masks, hand hygiene and cough labels could not only protect against corona this autumn and winter, but also ensure that certain other infectious diseases decrease. An older study from Hong Kong gives her “a little hope”, said the new interviewee in the much-noticed NDR podcast “Coronavirus Update”, the Frankfurt virologist Sandra Ciesek.

The director of the Institute for Medical Virology at the University Clinic in Frankfurt will take turns with the Berlin virologist Christian Drosten on a weekly basis. On Tuesday, the Frankfurt woman made her debut as an interview partner.

In 2003, when Sars – also a coronavirus – was rampant, the Hong Kong scientists compared the number of respiratory infections with that of previous years. For fear of becoming infected, most people in Asia followed the so-called AHA rules at the time, said Ciesek. The question was, “How did that affect other viruses?”

The data for four pathogens, including that of the flu, were compared. “It has been seen that the behavior has resulted in these infections all going down significantly over the months,” said Ciesek. There was even a control virus: hepatitis B. Here the numbers did not go down – the virus is not transmitted through the air, but through sexual contacts. “The study gives me a little hope for the fall / winter,” said Ciesek. “I do think that the AHA rules will certainly make other virus infections less likely.”

Nevertheless, it is very important that the risk groups get vaccinated. Which groups of people should be vaccinated depends on the amount of available doses, said Ciesek. The proposal to vaccinate all children against the flu is “certainly a good idea”, but only if the vaccine is sufficient. “It is very important that precise criteria are now established so that the cans are distributed as sensibly as possible,” warned Ciesek.

Differentiating between different infections on the basis of their symptoms is “totally difficult”, said Ciesek. Only a laboratory test would bring clarity. There is an innovation in autumn: the multiplex PCR. “That means you take a smear and can then test different pathogens at once in the laboratory – not one after the other, but in parallel.” / Sat / DP / fba


Illinois COVID 19 Today: IL reports 1,880 new coronavirus cases, 11 deaths as IL surpasses 8,000 deaths

CHICAGO (WLS) — On Saturday, state health officials announced that a total of 8,008 people in Illinois have died after contracting COVID-19.

“Today is a solemn day in Illinois as we’ve now lost 8,000 lives to COVID-19,” said Governor JB Pritzker in a statement Saturday. “As we mourn the family, friends and neighbors who have been taken too soon, let’s do our part to prevent more senseless tragedy. Wear a mask. Watch your distance. Wash your hands. Every action counts.”

Illinois health officials reported 1,880 new coronavirus cases and 11 additional deaths Saturday.

The Illinois Department of Public Health now reports a total of 231,363 cases and 8,008 deaths in 102 counties in the state.

The statewide positivity rate for the period of August 21 – August 28 is 4%. Within the past 24 hours, laboratories have reported 48,784 specimens for a total of 3,973,089.

As of Friday night, 1,563 people in Illinois were reported to be in the hospital with COVID-19. Of those, 349 patients were in the ICU and 134 patients with COVID-19 were on ventilators.

The deaths include:
Cook County: 1 male 60s
– Jackson County: 1 male 70s
– Jersey County: 1 female 70s
– Lake County: 1 male 90s
– Madison County: 1 female 70s, 1 male 90s
– McHenry County: 1 male 50s
– Moultrie County: 1 male 70s
– Richland County: 1 male 80s
– Rock Island County: 1 male 60s
– Will County: 1 male 60s

Suburban Cook County was added Friday to a list of Illinois counties now at a “warning” level for COVID-19 cases.

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Counties at the warning level could face new restrictions if more isn’t done to slow the spread of the virus. There are now 30 counties at a warning level in Illinois.

COVID-19 numbers have been on the rise in suburban Cook County. The state has added Cook County to 29 other counties in the state at a warning level, meaning the county is exceeding two or more risk indicators for the spread of the virus.

County health officials say they believe the surge in cases is coming from large private gatherings where people fail to wear masks and observe social distancing.

“We’re in the process of thinking about if we continue to remain in orange, maybe we then recommend further mitigation measures to be put in place throughout suburban Cook County,” Cook County Medical Officer Dr. Rachel Rubin said.

The announcement comes at a difficult time for the county, with many schools returning to session. While many school districts are beginning the year remotely, this could set back hopes of returning to normal anytime soon.

Officials said they may also consider further restrictions on gyms with fitness classes and will work with the Illinois Restaurant Association on any new policies. It’s bad news for restaurant owners or customers who are hoping for a return to normal.

“Every time they restrict our ability to do business, it obviously has a significant impact on our ability to pay the bills,” said Marc Hoffman, with Ala Carte Restaurant Group.

Health officials said there is one bright spot: despite the increase in the number of cases, hospitalizations are not increasing.

Warning Level counties:

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A map and information of each county’s status can be found on the IDPH website.

Illinois reports 2,149 new COVID-19 cases, 20 deaths

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Lack of this vitamin may complicate coronavirus

Irish scientists have found that vitamin D
can protect the body from coronavirus. Deficiency of this vitamin weakens
human immunity and makes him more susceptible to infection with COVID-19. If the sun
not enough, vitamin D can be found in foods.

Vitamin D plays an important role in the fight against
respiratory functions. In addition, the saturation of the body with vitamin allows
use less antibiotics. It should be noted that vitamin D
generally strengthens the immune system.

Irish scientists have shown that people with a deficiency of this
Vitamin A was observed susceptibility to infection with coronavirus. If in your
the terrain is not enough sun, this vitamin can be obtained in foods. Specialists
advised to eat eggs, liver, fatty fish, milk and cereals.

In addition to vitamin D deficiency, at risk
there are people suffering from asthma, obesity, chronic lung disease. Inactive
lifestyle can also help coronavirus take over the body.


The 2020 Olympics will be postponed for 1 year

More than 392,000 people worldwide – including over 46,000 people in the United States – have been infected with the new coronavirus and the number of deaths from the epidemic continues to rise. Officials are attempting to contain the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States as schools, businesses and public events are closed or canceled.

The real-time updates of Tuesday March 24 continue below:

The Tokyo Olympics have been officially postponed to 2021

March 9: 9:00 EDT Update: The Tokyo Olympics have been officially postponed to 2021.

The International Olympic Committee together with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and local organizers have decided that the Tokyo Games will not be able to continue as planned this year due to the coronavirus epidemic.

The IOC says the games will be held “no later than the summer of 2021”, but will still be called the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

March 8: 8:30 AM EDT Update: The 2020 Olympics, which were to take place Japan During the summer, he was postponed for a year due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, according to several reports.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Tuesday that he had reached an agreement with the president of the International Olympic Committee Thomas Bach to postpone the Olympics for a year, according to The Guardian and CNN.

Olympic commissions for Canada is Australia he said these days that they would not send athletes to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo because of the risk posed by the current coronavirus epidemic.

Coronavirus cases are the best 390,000 worldwide

8:15 EDT update of March 24: The recently updated numbers compiled by John Hopkins University show an increase in the cases reported in Spain is Germany, bringing the total number of cases worldwide to 392,331.

In Spain, 36,673 COVID-19 cases and 2,696 deaths were reported, according to the latest data. In Germany 30,150 cases were reported along with 130 deaths.

Global coronavirus deaths near 17K, worldwide cases reach 387K

Update 7:25 EDT on March 24thThe global death toll attributed to the coronavirus novel approached 17,000 on Tuesday, according to a Johns Hopkins University count.

In the three months following the first identification of the virus Wuhan, China, has infected at least 387,382 people worldwide and has caused at least 16,767 victims.

Italy confirmed 63,927 cases, causing 6,077 deaths.

• The United States reported 46,450 confirmed cases, resulting in 542 deaths.

Spain confirmed 35,212 infections, causing 2,318 deaths.

Germany reported 30,081 cases, resulting in 130 deaths.

I came across it recorded 24,811 cases, resulting in 1,934 deaths.

France confirmed 20,149 infections, causing 860 deaths.

Switzerland confirmed 9,117 cases, causing 122 deaths.

South Korea has registered 9,037 cases, resulting in 120 deaths.

• The UK reported 6,733 cases, resulting in 335 deaths.

• The Holland confirmed 4,767 cases, resulting in 213 deaths.

Self-proclaimed virus spreader arrested in Germany for licking the subway ticket machine, handrail

Update 7:12 EDT on March 24th: Authority in Monk They arrested a German man who posted an online video last week who appears to be showing him while licking the handrail of an escalator and a subway ticket machine, the Washington Post reported.

The 33-year-old man reported to the police that he wanted to spread the new coronavirus, but it was not immediately clear whether he turned out to be positive for the virus that caused a global pandemic, Post reported.

Thailand declares a state of emergency, citing a 14-fold increase in coronavirus infection in 1 month

Update 7:01 EDT on March 24th: In an attempt to allow the government more law enforcement powers to fight the new coronavirus, Thailand declared a state of emergency on Tuesday.

According to The Associated Press, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha’s cabinet accepted the measure of the month after the nation experienced a 14-fold spike in confirmed cases during the month of March.

Prior to March 1, Thailand had reported only 42 confirmed cases, but that figure had increased to over 800 by Tuesday.

Spain turns the skating rink into a temporary morgue to manage the coronavirus volume

Update 6:33 EDT on March 24th: The Spanish regional government announced Monday in Madrid the skating rink has been revived as a temporary morgue to manage the bodies of COVID-19 victims, according to CNN reports.

The Spanish emergency military unit has already started delivering some bodies to the Ice Palace in Madrid’s Hortaleza district.

According to a statement sent to CNN, the funeral service of the government of the city of Madrid announced on Monday that it will stop collecting the bodies of those who die from coronavirus as “lacking sufficient protective material”.

The regional government called the move a “temporary and extraordinary measure” adopted to “reduce the pain of the families of the victims and the situation recorded in the hospitals of Madrid”.

Hawaii reports its first coronavirus-related death

Update 05:31 EDT on March 24th: Officials in Hawaii confirmed the first death of the state related to the novel coronavirus.

According to the Department of Health of Hawaii, “indirect exposure to travel” is probably the cause of the mortality that occurred on Friday.

“All of Hawai’i expresses its condolences to the dead person’s family and shares mourning for his loss. Everyone is encouraged to take care of themselves and loved ones during these difficult times,” the department said in a statement.

To date, Hawaii has confirmed a total of 77 infections.

The NRA cuts wages and staff while the coronavirus crisis diverts donations

5:06 AM EDT update on March 24th: The National Rifle Association announced deep wages and staff cuts on Monday as the coronavirus pandemic canceled donations, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Specifically, the organization announced a 20 percent reduction in wages and said it would lay off an unspecified number of staff.

The NRA said in a statement that the virus outbreak led to the cancellation of the annual nonprofit group meeting next month, “and caused a serious disruption to our fundraising activities,” including friends of the collection. funds from the NRA.

Amazon distributes a paid salary to all part-time employees during the coronavirus ordering crisis

Update 4:50 EDT on March 24th: In response to pressure from warehouse workers’ change requests for 2019, Amazon.com Inc. has begun offering a paid vacation period to all part-time employees across its U.S. logistics network, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Despite organizational efforts by employees in Sacramento, Chicago, New York and other high-profile metropolises, the global coronavirus pandemic appears to have been the push for the immediate change of rules as online orders continue to rise from domestic consumers, he said. the Journal.

Coronavirus cases rise worldwide as the pandemic tightens its hold

03:52 EDT update March 24th: A Monday tweet from a World Health Organization official did not coat sugar.

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO director general, shared the incredibly high infection rate of the novel coronavirus and reminded anyone who monitored the global pandemic that each of these reported figures represents a true human being.

With over 382,000 confirmed cases worldwide – with the result of over 16,500 victims to date – infection rates in nearly a dozen countries have increased in the past 24 hours. CNN offered the following roundup:

United States: More than 100 coronavirus-related deaths – bringing the national total to at least 540 – reported in a single day for the first time since the outbreak. Of the more than 46,000 known U.S. cases, 21,689 reside in New York.

Canada: On Monday, new cases increased by nearly a third, bringing the national total to at least 2,000 confirmed cases and 23 deaths. The largest provinces of Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia have seen the greatest peaks in infection activity.

Brazil: According to the South American country’s ministry of health, nearly 400 new cases were diagnosed Monday, alone, bringing the national total to 1,891.

Italy: There have been 601 new coronavirus-related deaths confirmed in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths to 6,077 among 63,927 cases nationwide.

Singapore: 54 new diagnoses of coronaviruses were reported on Monday, which marked the city-state’s largest one-day peak and brought the national total to 509 infections.

UK: At least 54 people have died in the UK from coronaviruses in the past 24 hours, bringing the death toll nationwide to 335 among 6,700 total cases.

Spain: The ministry of health confirmed that the country’s total infections increased by 4,517 between Sunday and Monday, bringing the national total to 33,089. 2,182 people died, including 462 in the same 24-hour period.

I came acrossThe country confirmed 1,411 new cases on Monday, bringing the national total to 23,049 infections, resulting in 1,812 deaths so far.

Consumers who isolate themselves from coronavirus increase the demand for electronic payments

02:42 EDT Update March 24th: Homebound buyers around the world are fueling a worldwide surge in demand for digital payment services, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Household orders have forced consumers to rethink their sources to meet basic needs and combat boredom – from groceries and prescription drugs to online movies and audiobooks – amid the new coronavirus pandemic. In turn, many electronic payment providers appeal to contingency plans generally reserved for seasonal bursts of online shopping, such as Black Friday.

In Italy, on its own, e-commerce transactions have grown 81% since the end of February, according to the Journal citing McKinsey & Co.

The Chinese province of Hubei lifted the coronavirus blockade on Wednesday

Update 2:29 EDT on March 24thAuthorities at the original epicenter of the new coronavirus pandemic are slated to lift nearly all blocking restrictions on Wednesday, CNN reported.

The Chinese province of Hubei it has been widely regarded as ground zero for the global pandemic. Blocking restrictions are expected to continue in the provincial capital city of Wuhan, however, at least until April 8, the network reported.

To date, Hubei has confirmed 67,801 coronavirus cases, resulting in 3,160 deaths; however, the province has only experienced one new infection in the past six days.

However, the rate of new infections has been significantly reduced: the province has only reported one new infection in the past six days.

State-by-state breakdown of 42,663 coronavirus cases in the United States, 541 deaths

12:50 EDT Update March 24th: The number of new coronavirus cases in the United States exceeded 46,000 in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam and the US Virgin Islands on Monday evening.

According to researchers from Johns Hopkins University, there are at least 46,371 confirmed cases of viruses in the United States, which have resulted in a total of at least 541 deaths.

Of the confirmed deaths, 157 occurred in New York, 110 inches Washington been and 34 inches Louisiana.

In terms of diagnosed cases, New York it remains the hardest hit with nearly 21,000 confirmed cases – more than seven times any other state – followed by New Jersey with 2.844 e Washington with 2,221.

Five other states have now reported at least 1,000 new cases of coronavirus, including:

The figures include 21 people on board the Grand Princess cruise ship and 49 returnees. Returns include 46 sick on board the Diamond Princess cruise ship and three more recovered from the epicenter of the outbreak in Wuhan, China.

The breakdown state by state – including presumptive cases – of the 42,597 cases found on US soil is as follows:

Arizona: 235, including 2 dead

California: 1,733, including 32 dead

Colorado: 591, including 6 dead

Connecticut: 415, including 10 dead

District of Colombia: 116, including 2 dead

Florida: 1,237, including 18 dead

Georgia: 800, including 26 dead

guam: 27, including 1 death

Illinois: 1,285, including 12 dead

Indiana: 259, including 7 deaths

Kansas: 82, including 2 deaths

Kentucky: 124, including four dead

Louisiana: 1,172, including 34 dead

Maryland: 288, including 3 deaths

Massachusetts: 777, including 9 dead

Michigan: 1,328, including 15 dead

Minnesota: 235, including 1 death

Mississippi: 249, including 1 death

Missouri: 183, including 3 dead

Nevada: 245, including 4 dead

New Hampshire: 101, including 1 death

New Jersey: 2,844, including 27 dead

New York: 20,875, including 157 dead

Ohio: 442, including 6 deaths

Oklahoma: 81, including 2 deaths

Oregon: 191, including 5 dead

Pennsylvania: 644, including 6 deaths

Puerto Rico: 31, including 2 dead

South Carolina: 298, including 5 dead

South Dakota: 28, including 1 death

Tennessee: 615, including 2 dead

Texas: 352, including 8 deaths

U.S. Virgin Islands: 17

Utah: 257, including 1 death

Vermont: 75, including 5 dead

Virginia: 254, including 6 deaths

Washington: 2,221, including 110 dead

Wisconsin: 416, including 5 dead

The Associated Press contributed to this report.


The total number of cases in the United States exceeds 46,000 while the death toll exceeds 540

At least 381,000 people worldwide – including over 46,000 people in the United States – have been infected with the new coronavirus and the death toll from the epidemic continues to rise. Officials are attempting to contain the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States as schools, businesses and public events are closed or canceled.


US CDC Admits to Misdiagnosing Coronavirus Patients

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has admitted to misdiagnosing some patients with # COVID_19, this according to a tweet from Lijian Zhao, a Chinese politician and current deputy director of the Information Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. .

According to Zhao, several people were diagnosed with the flu instead of COVID-19 during the 2019 flu season.

Given this, Zhao encouraged the authorities to get patient 0 since the COVID-19 virus has been around since September of last year.

According to CDC statisticsBetween October 2019 and February 2020, the flu affected some 34 million people, of whom an estimated 12,000 died. On the other hand, the coronavirus has infected more than 300,000 and a total of 14,611 people have died. The World Health Organization (WHO) It has identified more than 150 with cases of coronavirus.


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Coronavirus Update: 84 million people under house orders in the United States, Albania employs army to impose curfew


March 22, 2020 8:28:59 AM

As the number of coronavirus infections rises to over 1,000 in Australia, five major states are imposing orders in the United States by keeping 84 million citizens in their homes and Albania is using its army to impose a strict 40-hour curfew.

This story is updated regularly throughout the day.

The fifth U.S. state issues home return orders

A quarter of Americans have now been ordered to remain in their homes, with New Jersey following four other states imposing unprecedented public health restrictions.

California, New York, Illinois and Connecticut had already tightened the rules on the movement of residents. Orders now apply to 84 million people.

Trips to grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations and other “essential activities” are excluded.

And officials warn that life will not return to normal soon.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said, “I don’t think it will be a matter of weeks. I believe it will be a matter of months.”

Cuomo said the state identified 6,000 fans but needed 30,000. He said the state was sending 1 million N95 respiratory masks to New York City, where over 6,000 cases were diagnosed.

The death toll in Italy is rising again

The sad Italian account of coronavirus cases and deaths continued to rise, with officials announcing new daily highs: 793 deaths and 6,557 cases.

There are now 53,578 known cases in the country.

Over 60% of the latest deaths have occurred in the northern region of Lombardy.

The new hikes come almost two weeks into a national bloc.

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Promote the Australian economy

Australian nonprofits and small businesses will receive a tax-free cash payment of up to $ 100,000 to keep people employed as part of the government’s second economic incentive package.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is poised to unveil $ 66 billion worth of measures today, including aid to retirees and a new wage or “safety net” for workers who lose their jobs.

The loans will also be guaranteed by the government.

There will be a minimum payment of $ 20,000 for eligible companies.

The coronavirus causes an uprising in prison

At least one person was killed and four others injured during a riot in a prison in central Sri Lanka.

Police say the problem started after detainees staged a protest asking for their release due to the coronavirus epidemic.

They say some prisoners tried to take advantage of the opportunity to escape, prompting officers to open fire in the city of Anuradhapura prison.

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Bangkok closes more stores

The authorities of the Thai capital Bangkok have introduced new measures to stem the spread of COVID-19.

ABC correspondent in Southeast Asia, Amy Bainbridge, says shopping malls in the city will close today, although supermarkets and pharmacies will remain open, and restaurants will also be able to fill takeaway orders.

Beauty salons, boxing stadiums and game rooms will also close.

The measures came when Thailand reported 89 new confirmed virus cases, bringing the tally to 411.

Most of the cases are located in Bangkok, and many are linked to previous infections from a boxing match, an entertainment complex and a religious gathering in neighboring Malaysia.

Schools are already closed and will now remain closed for another 22 days.

Orders issued earlier in the week included the closure of entertainment and sports venues, as well as massage rooms.

Thai Air Asia, Bangkok Airways and Thai Lion Air have suspended international flights.

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The Albanian army prepared to use force to impose a curfew

The Albanian government has deployed its army to impose a strict 40-hour curfew.

It is hoped that the curfew will slow down the spread of the coronavirus and follow people who break previous measures.

Despite travel bans and orders to stay home for most of the day, many Albanians continued jogging in a group, playing dominoes on the street and ignoring the advice to keep a distance in line.

So far, 76 people in the country have been infected and two have died.

Officials are keen to avoid a sudden spike in cases that would put limited public health services to the test.

Prime Minister Edi Rama and opposition leader Lulzim Basha, in a rare show of unity, called on people to respect the 40-hour blockade, which began at 1pm local time on Saturday.

“Everyone will stay inside after 1pm, the police and the military will use force against anyone who breaks the law, including retirees, and if necessary use water and tear gas cannons,” said Rama.

British police catch toilet paper thieves

British police discovered a handful of stolen toilet paper and handwashing products while stopping a stolen vehicle.

Three men were arrested last Friday for burglary crimes involving dozens of parcels of toilet paper and hand sanitizer – items that have been difficult to find in British stores because of buyers who are in a hurry to stock up.

“Police officers always get a huge sense of satisfaction when we catch thieves … however we never expected to find this stolen booty in the trunk,” said the police operational support group in Essex, a county in the north. east London.

The numbers of the Australian case

The number of coronavirus infections in Australia has exceeded 1,000, with 1,073 cases confirmed by Saturday evening.

Here is a breakdown of cases state by state:

  • NSW: 436 (six dead)
  • Victoria: 229
  • Queensland: 221
  • WA: 90 (one death)
  • SA: 67
  • Tasmania: 16 years old
  • ACT: 9
  • NT: 5

The figures come from state and territorial databases of confirmed COVID-19 cases. The latest update was at 20:30 AEDT on Saturday March 21st.



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March 22, 2020 8:04:27 AM