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Governments act on the greed of those in power. Doesn’t matter if it’s a monarchy, democracy or communist. Those in power act in the interests of their own...sometimes disguised as compassion. IMHO

‘No need to spend money on a pandemic now and prepare, there will be plenty of time to act when it is discovered’


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6 hours ago, Kahuna said:

The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 162 countries and territories around the world

I think that 162 countries is just about all of them.

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Sad, I really pity all these people...I cannot imagine how many are affected and in tears...a lot cannot feed their family anymore. It is not only 2xhabal, but taxi drivers, waiter etc. etc.

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

Comparison update from yesterday to now

198,166 total

7,965 deaths

81,727 recoveries

The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 165 countries and territories around the world and 1 international conveyance (the Diamond Princess cruise ship harbored in Yokohama, Japan).

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Latest Updates

March 17 (GMT)

1776 new cases and 23 new deaths in the United States

New deaths include:

First death in Illinois: a Chicago woman in her 60s with an underlying condition [source] 

1 new death in Colorado (second in the state) [source] 

3 new deaths in King County (WA), bringing the total to 46  [source] 

1 death in Suffolk County (New York): a woman in her 90s  [source] 

1 death in Nassau County (New York): a 96-year-old man [source] 

2 new deaths in Santa Clara County (California): a man in his 50s (who was hospitalized on March 12) and a man in his 80s. It is not known if either had underlying health conditions [source]

First 2 deaths in Riverside County (California) [source]

1 new death in Bergen County (New Jersey): a man in his 90s [source]


New cases include:

30 new cases in King County (WA), total rise to 518  [source] 

Ohio: 67 cases, mapped here by county and date

1st case of community spread in Galveston County (Texas)  [source] 

1st case in Frederick County (Maryland) [source] 

1st case in Madison County (Alabama) [source] 

432 in New York state, of which 118 in New York City, 157 in Westchester County, 1 in Essex County [source] [source] [source]

2 new cases in Fairbanks (Alaska) [source]

First case in Peoria County (Illinois): the person was screened over the phone and tested at home by OSF Healthcare  [source]

1 new case in Tulare County (California) hospitalized in critical condition  [source]

156 new cases and 4 new deaths in Canada
New deaths include:

 3 deaths in BC [source]  Declares State of Emergency [source] All schools closed [source] 

 1 death in the Muskoka region [source] [source] 

New cases include:

- 1 new case in Saskatchewan [source]
- 83 new cases in BC [source] 
- 8 new cases in Ontario [source]  [source]

15 new cases and 1 new death in Lebanon [source]

19 new cases in Jordan [source]

1 new case in Mayotte [source]

112 new cases and 1 new death in Brazil [source]

8 new cases in Lithuania includin a woman who had returned from Italy, a man who had returned from Denmark, and a man in his 60s who had returned from South Africa [source] [source]

21 new cases in South Africa, including the first case of local transmission [source]  [source]

1 new case and 1 new death in Algeria: a 51-year-old person who had been in contact with previously confirmed cases [source]

75 new cases and 1 new death in Sweden, an elderly man with underlying conditions in the Sörmland region [source] [source] [source]

122 new cases in Norway [source]

9 new cases in Bosnia and Herzegovina including a woman who had returned from Germany and a person in Mostar [source] [source]

1 new case in Bolivia [source]

1884 new cases and 191 new deaths in Spain [source]

1 new case in Tunisia [source]

51 new cases and 1 new death in Turkey: an 89-year old man. It is the first death in the country  [source]

9 new cases in Oman [source]

9 new cases in Costa Rica [source]

 2095 new cases and 9 new deaths in Germany: trends and distribution [source]

48 new cases in Iceland: earlier today, media announced the 1st death in the country. However, while the 40-year old man had tested positive for Covid-19, it seems that his death was unrelated to the virus. Further investigation is necessary to determine the cause of death [source] [source]

15 new cases in the United Arab Emirates [source] [source]

7 new cases and 1 new death in Morocco including a 75-year-old person [source]

39 new cases in Israel [source]

61 new cases and 1 new death in Poland [source]

25 new cases in Andorra [source]

Belgium will implement a lockdown from March 18 until April 5. Citizens will be allowed to leave their homes only for essential visits to supermarkets, pharmacies, banks and in cases of emergency [source]   [source]

26 new cases in Armenia [source]

12 new cases in Liechtenstein [source]

1 new case in Ghana:  a 35-year-old male Ghanaian citizen who returned to Acca from France  [source]

14 new cases and 1 new death in India: Death of a 64-year-old man in Maharashtra, who had returned from Dubai. West Bengal reports its first coronavirus case: a man returning from London [source] [source]

9 new cases in Azerbaijan [source]

7 new cases and 1 new death in Ukraine [source] [source]

 1097 new cases and 27 new deaths in France [source]

63 new cases in Pakistan [source]

3 new cases in Qatar [source]

10 new cases and 2 new deaths in San Marino [source] [source]

12 new cases in Croatia [source]

69 new cases in Ireland [source] [source]

90 new cases in Czechia [source]

30 new cases and 2 new deaths in Egypt, a 78-year-old Italian national and a 70-year-old from Cairo [source] [source]

13 new cases in China, Hong Kong SAR [source]

7 new cases in the Republic of North Macedonia [source]

25 new cases in Slovakia [source]

15 new cases in Serbia [source]

 3526 new cases and 345 new deaths in Italy: Bergamo (Lombardy region) has run out of intensive care beds. Unions are demanding the closure of post offices after the deaths of 2 postal workers who were on their job until a few days ago [source] [source] [source]

13 new cases in Bahrain [source]

38 new cases and 2 new deaths in Indonesia [source]

 407 new cases and 16 new deaths in the United Kingdom: according to the NHS, those who died were aged between 45 and 93 and all had underlying health conditions [source] [source]

3 new cases in Cyprus [source]

1 new case in Ethiopia [source]

38 new cases in Saudi Arabia [source]

35 new cases and 1 new death in Greece [source]

63 new cases in Denmark [source]

49 new cases in Romania [source]

389 new cases and 8 new deaths in Switzerland [source]

45 new cases and 1 new death in Japan [source]

22 new cases in Slovenia [source]

53 new cases in Ecuador [source]

19 new cases in Bulgaria [source]

16 new cases in Sri Lanka [source]

314 new cases and 1 new death in Austria:
Vorarlberg region in lockdown. 
Vienna Airport’s traffic at bare minimum 
rail transport down 70% 
Restrictions already in place include: 
- gatherings of more than five people are banned
- people are urged to self-isolate
- schools and shops selling non-essential goods are closed
- borders with Italy and Switzerland are closed
- no restrictions in place along the border with Germany which has, however, introduced its own border controls
- visitors from Britain, the Netherlands, Russia and Ukraine can enter only under certain conditions
[source] [source] [source]

21 new cases in Cambodia [source]

45 new cases in Chile [source]

1 new case in Curaçao [source]

23 new cases in Kazakhstan, including a 2-year-old girl in Almaty who flew from Berlin to Minsk on March 13 [source] [source]

31 new cases in Peru [source]

11 new cases in Colombia [source]

44 new cases in Finland [source]

21 new cases in Russia [source]

23 new cases in Singapore [source]

1 new case in Moldova: a man in his 30s who had returned from Romania where he was confirmed positive [source]

1 new case in Mongolia: a person who had returned from Italy [source]

292 new cases and 19 new deaths in the Netherlands [source]

1 new case in Kenya: a person who had returned from London [source]

Israel urges its citizens to remain home and go out only for “vital needs and services”. Shopping for food is allowed only if no delvery option is available. Parks, beaches and malls will be off-limits. People will be allowed to exercise outdoors for 10 minutes if nobody is nearby [source] 
 

5 new cases in Vietnam: 

- an 18-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman who are international students returning from the UK

- a 36-year-old woman who had returned from Switzerland and Dubai

- a 28-year-old woman who had contact with previously confirmed cases

- a 21-year-old woman who had traveled to the US and Canada before returning to Vietnam [source]

26 new cases in Latvia [source]

3 new cases in Argentina [source]

3 new cases in Uzbekistan [source]

117 new cases in Portugal [source]

Australia urges its citizens abroad to return home before it's too late [source] 

4 new cases in Albania [source]

2 new cases in the State of Palestine: a person who had traveled to Germany and a student who had returned from abroad [source] [source]

Vietnam: all visitors from the U.S., Europe and ASEAN countries will be required to quarantine. The issue of new visas for all foreign nationals is suspended [source]

1 new case in China, Macao SAR [source]

21 new cases and 1 new death in Iraq [source]

1178 new cases and 135 new deaths in Iran [source]

8 new cases in Malta [source]

1 new case in Liberia,  a domestic worker connected to the 1st confirmed case [source]

5 new cases in Cameroon [source]

59 new cases in Luxembourg [source]

1 new case in Cuba, who had returned from Spain on March 8th [source]

185 new cases in Belgium [source]

107 new cases and 2 new deaths in Malaysia [source]

2 new cases in Brunei Darussalam [source]

1 new case in Nigeria, a woman who had returned from the United Kingdom on March 13th [source]

1st death in Malaysia: a 60-year-old pastor in Sarawak [source]

1 new case in Trinidad and Tobago [source]

1 new case in Seychelles, the wife of a previously confirmed case  [source]

1 new case in Aruba [source]

10 new cases in Taiwan: all imported [source]

45 new cases in the Philippines [source]

20 new cases in Estonia [source]

7 new cases in Kuwait [source]

2 new cases in Honduras [source]

2 new cases in Guam: including 1 person who had recent travel history to the Philippines [source]

29 new cases in Faeroe Islands [source]

1 new case in the United States Virgin Islands [source]

1 new case in Paraguay [source]

1 new case in Afghanistan [source]

30 new cases in Thailand
- 3 of which are foreigners
- 14 new cases were in close contact with previously confirmed cases
- 16 new cases that had been abroad or came in contact with foreigners [source]

51 new cases in Australia. New cases include:

- 39 new cases in New South Wales [source]

- 2 new cases in South Australia [source] [source]

1 new case in Georgia [source]

4 new cases in New Zealand [source]

11 new cases in Hungary [source]

16 new cases in Venezuela [source]

29 new cases in Mexico [source]

84 new cases and 6 new deaths in South Korea. Reporting less than 100 new cases for the 3rd day in a row. Peak was reached on Feb. 29, with 909 new cases [source] [source]

China:

20 out of 21 new cases reported today are travelers from abroad  [source]

Wuhan will require all overseas returnees to undergo quarantine [source]

21 new cases, 13 new deaths (12 in Hubei), and 930 new discharges occurred in China on March 16, as reported by the National Health Commission (NHC) of China [source]

 

17 hours ago, Headshot said:

I think that 162 countries is just about all of them.

Not yet it seems.. :hi:

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Been watching the numbers evolve at the John's Hopkins site, and there is something that stands out to me regarding the Hubei numbers.

https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6

As at today

Total Infected is 67,800

Total death is 3,122

Total Recovered is 56,883

Total Infected (and NOT dead or recovered) is 7,795

In addition..  the TOTAL INFECTED in all of China has increased only slightly from 80.3K on March 4 to 81.1K on March 18.. so an increase of only 800 patients (some of them outside Hubei).  Not 100% sure it's the right interpretation, but to me this says that the vast majority of the 7,795 INFECTED have been in hospital for more than 2 weeks.. which is longer than I expected from reading elsewhere.

Makes me wonder if these patients could survive at all if taken off ventilator. Certainly seems like a LOT of these patients are likely 3+ weeks in intensive care now.

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This shows that the CCP is still heavily controlling everything it can on social media in China. If you tell the truth on social media, you lose your account. Foreign reporters are now being expelled, which is likely why this video finally made it out of China.

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In Italy, those who are recovering from a severe or critical case of the Wuhan Coronavirus are staying in the hospital for about three to four weeks. Pretty much the only ones that seem to be getting out sooner are those who die. Therefore, long hospital stays appear to be the norm and not the exception.

On the other hand, there is mounting evidence that the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) has been lying about their numbers (both infections and deaths) from the beginning until now. Therefore, nobody should believe anything coming out of the CCP (which controls all news media in China). It is one thing to not even know how many infections you have (like the US, UK and the Philippines), but the CCP knows everything that is happening within China's borders because they control all information.

Nobody from China should enter any other country because China is still a major source of the Wuhan Coronavirus. The CCP not only allowed infected people to travel around China, but also allowed them to travel internationally. Countries with the closest ties to China are those that are suffering first, and so far, worst. The belt and road system takes on a whole new meaning.

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I might already have had it. On March 2 it hit suddenly and I had lots of fever and headaches, plus weakness. Later, there was coughing. 

I missed a fair bit of work and am now on the mend. Since I never got tested, I don't think I will ever know if it was the Wuhan Virus Center Virus, or maybe it should be called the Wuhan Wet Market Virus.

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