Global Statistics

All countries
96,643,097
Confirmed
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69,102,061
Recovered
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2,065,989
Deaths
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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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A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed over 200,000 people worldwide.

More than 2.89 million people across the globe have actually been diagnosed with COVID-19, the illness brought on by the brand-new respiratory virus, according to data assembled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The real numbers are believed to be much greater due to checking scarcities, many unreported cases and suspicions that some federal governments are hiding the scope of their countries’ break outs.

Given that the very first cases were discovered in China in December, the United States has actually become the worst-affected country, with more than 936,000 detected cases and a minimum of 53,694 deaths.

Tune into ABC at 1 p.m. ET and ABC News Live at 4 p.m. ET every weekday for special coverage of the novel coronavirus with the complete ABC News team, consisting of the most recent news, context and analysis.

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  • US cases leading 900,000
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    9: 33 p.m.: Hawaii extends quarantine for travelers

    Hawaii Gov. David Ige announced he was extending the obligatory 14- day quarantine for tourists into the state until May31 He is also extending the stay-at-home order up until the same date.

    He said he was continuing to keep the quarantine in place for travelers because 100 individuals were still arriving every day.

    Tim Sakahara, representative for the Hawaii Department of Transport, stated guest arrivals are down 99%from this time last year. The only flights can be found in are from San Francisco, Oakland, Seattle, Los Angeles and Guam.

    There have actually been 604 cases and 14 deaths, including two in the past day, in Hawaii. Wyoming, Montana and Alaska are the only states with fewer cases.

    7: 40 p.m.: More cases connected to Wisconsin election

    A minimum of 40 brand-new cases of coronavirus in simply Milwaukee County are tied to the Wisconsin election on April 7, according to the most recent information provided by the Milwaukee health commissioner.

    ” So the information we have now, you know the last time we talked about this I said we have seven, but now there’s 40 people,” Milwaukee Health Commissioner Dr. Jeanette Kowalik stated. “I’m not going to go into detail because that information is still being finalized.”.

    ” We hope to have that information prepared by Friday,” she stated, referring to May 1 for the date of the final report.

    Since today, Milwaukee County has 2,612 confirmed cases of the infection, and 149 deaths.

    6: 08 p.m.: Tump states he’ll downsize briefings

    President Donald Trump stated on Twitter he will be scaling back the everyday coronavirus job force briefings.

    In a tweet, he asked what is the purpose of having them “when the Lamestream Media asks absolutely nothing however hostile questions, & then declines to report the fact or facts properly.”

    The comments came just one tweet after he incorrectly asserted he was speaking to William Bryan, the head of science and technology directorate at the Department of Homeland Security, and not Dr. Debroah Birx when he went over utilizing UV light to eliminate the virus inside people at Thursday’s instruction. He claimed on Friday he was being sarcastic.

    He really particularly referred the concern to Birx, though. The White Home’s authorities transcript even notes he talked to her.

    He asked, “Deborah, have you ever heard of that? The heat and the light, relative to specific viruses, yes, but relative to this virus?”.

    ” Not as a treatment,” she replied.

    5: 44 p.m.: Boris heads back to work

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be back at work on Monday early morning telling members of his federal government he is “getting ready to go” in the fight versus coronavirus, according to Downing Street.

    Johnson was hospitalized for a week after catching COVID-19 himself, spending 3 days in intensive care and 2 weeks recuperating at his official nation home after his release.

    Downing Street said he will be “back to his normal schedule” on Monday.

    3: 55 p.m.: Spanish households will be permitted outside, solo outdoor sports

    Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced that beginning on May 2 residents will have the ability to walk outdoors with individuals they deal with and individual outdoor sports will be enabled.

    ” This de-escalation will be extended up until we find a vaccine stopping the proliferation of the infection,” said Sanchez.

    Since Saturday, there have actually been 223,759 verified coronavirus cases and 22,902 deaths in the country, according to the country’s health ministry.

    The de-escalation will be steady and uneven, but collaborated, stated Sanchez.

    Beginning on Sunday one moms and dad will be able to use up to 3 kids, as much as age 14, outside for one hour.

    ” We began together and we will end this together,” said Sanchez.

    Nonetheless, Sanchez confessed that this de-escalation will also depend on the different territories, not just between self-governing neighborhoods, however on cities and provinces.

    Spain’s Congress of Deputies voted today to extend the state of alarm to Sept. 5.

    The Director of Center for Coordination of Heath Alerts and Emergency situation Fernando Simon stated at a daily press conference that it will be extremely difficult to get a vaccine prior to the end of the year.

    3: 44 p.m.: Illinois Smithfield Foods plant bought to temporarily shutdown by health department

    A Smithfield Foods Inc. meat processing plant in St. Charles got an order from the Kane County Health Department to briefly shutdown on Friday over concerns of the coronavirus.

    The order briefly closes the facility so that the health department can work with the business in mitigation efforts as well as offering education relative to social distancing and staff member security relative to individual protective devices (PPEs).

    A Smithfield plant in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was shut down till further notification after more than 800 plant employees tested positive for COVID-19 Another Smithfield plant was closed in Monmouth, Illinois, on Friday after a “small portion” of the 1,700 workers there evaluated positive for COVID-19

    Workers from a Milan, Missouri, location filed a suit against the business on Wednesday looking for the courts to purchase their employer to alter their policies to avoid the spread of the infection.

    2: 08 p.m.: Over 200,000 individuals worldwide have actually passed away from the coronavirus

    As of Saturday, 200,698 people have passed away from COVID-19 worldwide, according to the Johns Hopkins University tally.

    The coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, was first reported in Wuhan, China, on Dec.31

    Over 2.8 million people worldwide have actually evaluated favorable for the virus and over 810,000 have actually recovered.

    1: 53 p.m.: President Trump uses extra assistance for Ethiopia’s COVID-19 response efforts

    On a call with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali about the international efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, President Trump offered additional support for Ethiopia’s response efforts, the White House stated.

    ” President Trump used extra assistance for Ethiopia’s response efforts, consisting of the provision of US-made ventilators to Ethiopia, and declared the longstanding assistance of the United States for the Ethiopian individuals,” a readout from the White Home read.

    President Trump and Prime Minister Abiy agreed that continued cooperation in between their nations would be required to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic along with other challenges faced by the region, consisting of the locust risk in East Africa, the White House declaration continued.

    1: 45 p.m.: Florida pharmacists to administer coronavirus test

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that pharmacists will be permitted to administer COVID-19 tests to the public as a way of expanding the testing places.

    DeSantis did not elaborate or say on Saturday when this kind of testing may be rolled out.

    DeSantis said that the state has actually ran 37,000 COVID-19 tests in the previous 2 days at seven drive-thru screening websites.

    12: 49 p.m.: Active coronavirus cases in Italy are reducing

    The number of active positive coronavirus cases in Italy are down 680 clients, according to The Protezione Civile.

    Although there were 2,357 brand-new cases reported on Saturday, this is an increase of 1.2%from the previous day and is the most affordable portion for an increase in overall cases the country has had.

    There were 415 brand-new deaths reported for a total of 26,384 total deaths.

    Italy has actually had 195,351 overall active, deceased and treated cases considering that first reports on January31

    The number of hospitalizations continues to decline.

    The overall variety of health center clients came by606 There were 71 fewer ICU clients and 535 fewer in regular healthcare facility care.

    12: 27 p.m.: NY hospitalization rate down once again, pharmacies to become test collection websites

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo stated that the rate of new hospitalizations for COVID-19 was down to the same place it was 21 days earlier.

    ” Twenty-one days of hell, however we’re back to where we were,” Cuomo said of the 1,100 new hospitalizations. He added that the essential concern now becomes when the hospitalization rates can decrease to hundreds each day.

    Checking for both the infection and antibodies remained the guv’s focus.

    Cuomo said that he has actually authorized independent pharmacies to end up being collection websites for diagnostic screening. Individuals will be able to get a test at a drug store, the drug store will then collect a sample and send it to a lab which produces the results, according to Cuomo.

    This is expected to include an extra 5,000 collection sites for diagnostic screening, the governor stated. Presently, the state of New York is carrying out about 20,000 tests daily.

    The variety of deaths in the state continued on a mostly flattened, but impressive rate.

    There were 437 deaths in the last 24 hours, a figure Cuomo called “horrible, terrible dreadful news.” It was likewise a small uptick from the 422 number reported the other day.

    A decision on whether the New York On Pause order will be extended is expected in the coming week. Cuomo stated that while he is taking a tri-state local approach, he will also work with particular localities in the state of New york city for possible personalized plans.

    10: 37 a.m.: UK death toll surpasses 20,000

    The death toll in the United Kingdom has actually reached 20,319, according to the National Health Service (NHS). That number consists of the 813 brand-new everyday deaths reported in the country.

    The country is now the fifth in the world to go beyond 20,000 fatalities, behind the United States, Italy, Spain and France.

    The number of verified positive cases in the U.K. has reached 148,377, out of the 517,836 people who have been tested, according to the NHS.

    9: 59 a.m.: DHS alerts of ‘chance’ for criminal activity developed by online knowing

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) cautioned officials in law enforcement and school systems of the security risks posed by cybercriminals and cyber-actors who may wish to exploit what has become the new typical of online learning under COVID-19, according to the notice reviewed by ABC News.

    ” We evaluate cybercriminals most likely view schools’ greater dependence on eLearning tools due to the pandemic as a chance to conduct a series of criminal activity versus universities, professors and students who use these tools,” the April 24 document states.

    The risks laid out include theft of login information, identify theft, the ability of cybercriminals to obtain discarded computer systems that still had cached data on their drives, extortion by utilizing personal trainee or staff member information to blackmail either the educational institution or a specific, or denial-of-service attacks in exchange for ransom payments.

    The notification warned that the theft of login details could be used for either earnings or by foreign governments, like Iran, to gain access to information they could not otherwise view. The theft of one’s identity might likewise be used for profit or by foreign federal governments like Russia, whose intelligence services have formerly bought online ID details for spying and intel-gathering operations, according to the notification.

    Cyber professionals at the DHS stated that these risks are not theoretical, every type of attack has actually been seen.

    They are alerting employees who deal with security and defense of IT systems to take correct safety measures.

    6: 33 a.m.: WHO alerts versus ‘resistance passports’

    In reaction to some governments recommending that detection of COVID-19 antibodies could work as the basis of an “immunity passport” that would permit people to take a trip or go back to work assuming they are protected from contracting once again or spreading the coronavirus, the World Health Organization issued a warning that said such a program is not backed up by clinical proof.

    ” There is currently no evidence that individuals who have actually recuperated from COVID-19 and have actually antibodies are secured from a second infection,” the WHO stated in a declaration Friday.

    No study, as of April 24, has assessed whether the presence of antibodies guarantees immunity to subsequent infection of COVID-19 in humans, the organization said.

    The WHO said individuals who have tested positive may be vulnerable to overlook public health recommendations and “increase the dangers of ongoing transmission” to other people.

    The warning comes as some states in the U.S. look to alleviate social distancing restrictions and to let some unnecessary businesses reopen.

    States like Texas, Georgia, Oklahoma, while all taking a different method, are now resuming companies to boost their economies. Georgia, despite criticism from President Donald Trump, will allow numerous organisations to resume today, consisting of tattoo parlors, cinema, bowling streets and more.

    5: 20 a.m.: 138 prisoners in Colorado jail test favorable

    A minimum of 138 inmates at the Sterling Reformatory in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Department of Corrections, which number will likely increase soon.

    ” Offered the insidious nature of this infection, we had actually presumed that despite seeing a fairly low number of prisoners with symptoms, the number of positives was possibly much greater,” Department of Corrections Executive Director Dean Williams said in a statement Friday. “That is precisely why we conducted this big scale screening, so that we can continue to separate, monitor and treat any prisoners who were favorable and try to reduce the spread to others inside the center.”.

    At least 473 symptomatic and asymptomatic inmates were evaluated for the unique coronavirus last week.

    Inside the prison, inmates are largely kept in their cells to assist slow the spread of the virus, the state said. Outside of bathing or utilizing the restroom, they stay in their cells. All meals and medications are delivered to inmates during the quarantine.

    The center previously had 8 prisoners that tested favorable.

    Prisons across the U.S. are struggling to consist of the spread of COVID-19 inside their walls. At the Rikers Island prison in New york city City, 367 prisoners have actually tested positive for the virus while 235 detainees in custody at Cook County Prison in Illinois are presently favorable for COVID-19

    What to understand about coronavirus:

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