Global Statistics

All countries
96,643,097
Confirmed
Updated on January 20, 2021 7:17 am
All countries
69,102,061
Recovered
Updated on January 20, 2021 7:17 am
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2,065,989
Deaths
Updated on January 20, 2021 7:17 am

Global Statistics

All countries
96,643,097
Confirmed
Updated on January 20, 2021 7:17 am
All countries
69,102,061
Recovered
Updated on January 20, 2021 7:17 am
All countries
2,065,989
Deaths
Updated on January 20, 2021 7:17 am

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Kids not likely to send coronavirus, states study mentioned in Australian PM’s push to reopen schools

A new report, mentioned by Australia’s chief medical officer as the federal government promotes the reopening of schools, states children are not likely to transmit Covid-19 between each other or to adults.

The research study by NSW Health’s Centre for Immunisation Research Study and Monitoring (NCIRS), released on Sunday, took a look at transmission of the virus in NSW schools and child care centres in between March and mid-April.

Examining the spread 18 of coronavirus cases (9 trainees and 9 personnel) from 15 schools, the report’s preliminary findings were that only one primary school trainee and one high school student “may have contracted Covid-19 from the preliminary cases at their schools”.

Cuba dispatched more than 216 healthcare employees to South Africa on Saturday, the most recent of more than 20 medical brigades it has sent out worldwide to fight the coronavirus pandemic, in what some call socialist uniformity and others medical diplomacy.



A group of doctors participate in an event before leaving to South Africa at Jose Marti International Airport in Havana, Cuba, 25 April 2020.

A group of physicians participate in an event before leaving to South Africa at Jose Marti International Airport in Havana, Cuba, 25 April2020 Photograph: Ernesto Mastrascusa/EPA.

Reuters reports that Cuba has actually sent out around 1,200 healthcare workers largely to susceptible African and Caribbean nations but likewise to abundant European nations such as Italy that have been especially hard struck by the unique coronavirus.

Cuba, which has actually verified,1337 cases of the virus at house and 51 deaths, has one of the world’s greatest number of physicians per capita and is renowned for its focus on prevention, community-oriented main health care and readiness to fight epidemics.

” The advantage of Cuba is that they are a neighborhood health model, one that we wish to use,” South African Health Minister Zweli Mkhize informed a news briefing previously this month.

South Africa has actually tape-recorded 4,361 cases, including 86 deaths, with 161,004 people tested for the infection as of Saturday.

Health Canada has joined those cautioning against the usage of malaria drugs hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine to prevent or deal with Covid-19

China’s smog-prone northern province of Hebei, near to Beijing, satisfied its air quality targets by a big margin over the winter season after concerted efforts to tackle emissions, a regional official stated on Sunday, without mentioning coronavirus-related factory shutdowns, Reuters reports.

Average PM2.5 concentrations over the October-March duration dropped 15%from a year earlier to 61 micrograms per cubic metre, while sulphur dioxide likewise fell by a third, stated He Litao, vice-head of the provincial ecological bureau.



Chengde, Hebei Province, China.

Chengde, Hebei Province, China. Picture: Keren Su/China Span/Alamy Stock Image.

With millions remaining at house, concentrations of lung-damaging PM2.5 particles fell by almost 15%in more than 300 Chinese cities in the very first three months of 2020.

Shanghai saw emissions fall by nearly 20%in the first quarter, while in Wuhan, where the pandemic originated, monthly averages dropped more than a third compared to last year.

As the number of people who have actually lost their lives in this pandemic reaches 202,846, here are the 10 worst-affected countries in regards to variety of verified cases, according to Johns Hopkins University data:

  • United States: 938,154
  • Spain: 223,759
  • Italy: 195,351
  • France: 161,644
  • Germany: 156,513
  • UK: 149,569
  • Turkey: 107,773
  • Iran: 89,328
  • China: 83,909
  • Russia: 74,588

French Prime Minister to present the national strategy for emerging from lockdown

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe will on Tuesday provide the nationwide technique for emerging from the coronavirus lockdown, his workplace told AFP.

His statement at the National Assembly will be followed by a dispute and a vote. An app for tracing contacts of validated cases is also due to be unveiled Tuesday.

Seventeen concerns have been recognized for slowly bringing the country out of lockdown from 11 May. These include resuming schools, business going back to work, getting public transportation back to typical, the supply of masks and sanitiser, screening policy and support for the elderly.



Banners hanging at apartment windows in Paris.

Banners hanging at apartment windows in Paris. Photo: François Guillot/AFP through Getty Images.

A lots ministers will on Monday consult with representatives of regional authorities to go over numerous alternatives. France has actually been under coronavirus limitations because March 17 and the federal government deals with a delicate balancing act to revive the economy without setting off a resurgence in the epidemic.

Just 39%of the French public believe in the federal government’s capability to deal successfully with the virus, seven points lower than last week, according to an Ifop poll for the Journal du Dimanche.

The pandemic has eliminated 22,614 people in France given that the start of March, with 369 new deaths taped in the previous 24 hours, according to main figures launched late Saturday, which saw a significant drop in medical facility deaths.

Everton have actually labelled Moise Kean’s actions “undesirable” after he flouted coronavirus lockdown restrictions, PA media reports.

The striker recorded himself partying at house with visitors in a breach of social distancing guidelines throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Kean, who signed up with from Juventus for a reported ₤24 m last summer season, is likely to deal with disciplinary action.

Kean is the latest Premier League gamer to flout the rules after Jack Grealish and Kyle Walker were required to apologise for breaching the constraints, while Serge Aurier and Moussa Sissoko said sorry after training together recently. The 20- year-old has stopped working to impress in his debut season in England, scoring simply when in 26 video games for Everton.

Lots of Americans gathered to beaches on Saturday as one Florida county expanded gain access to and California experienced a heat wave, even as new coronavirus cases hit a record high in the United States the day previously and deaths topped 53,000



People enjoy the beach amid the novel coronavirus pandemic in Huntington Beach, California on 25 April 2020.

People take pleasure in the beach in the middle of the unique coronavirus pandemic in Huntington Beach, California on 25 April2020 Photograph: Apu Gomes/AFP by means of Getty Images.

Hair salons and other stores in Georgia, Oklahoma and some other states opened for a 2nd day as pockets of the country sought to reboot their economies following a month of government-ordered lockdowns.

The tentative actions towards restarting life run versus the warnings of lots of public health professionals, who state the increased human interaction might stimulate a new age of cases.

New York Guv Andrew Cuomo repeated his warning that reopening businesses too soon was risky, while Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo pressed back versus a demonstration at the State Home in Providence as short-sighted, arguing it might require her to postpone her restart date of 8 Might at the earliest.

More now on reports that US President Donald Trump’s administration is thinking about replacing its secretary of Health and Person Providers, Alex Azar, since of early missteps in the handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

A White Home spokesman, Judd Deere, rejected it and stated the HHS under Azar continues to lead on a number of the president’s concerns, Reuters reports.

” Any speculation about workers is careless and a diversion from our whole-of-government reaction to Covid-19,” Deere stated.

The Journal, pointing out 6 people acquainted with the conversations, stated frustration with Azar was growing however the administration was reluctant to make big changes while the nation was seeking to stop the virus, which has eliminated more than 53,000 individuals in the United States.

Politico stated the list of names to change Azar included Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus organizer; Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Providers chief Seema Verma and deputy HHS Secretary Eric Hargan.

Asked for a reaction, HHS spokeswoman Caitlin Oakley said: “Secretary Azar is hectic reacting to an international, public health crisis and doesn’t have time for palace intrigue.”

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