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

  Comparison update from yesterday to now

782,030 total

37,607 deaths

164,753 recoveries

The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 200 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances: the Diamond Princess cruise ship harbored in Yokohama, Japan, and the Holland America's MS Zaandam cruise ship. 

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Latest Updates

March 30 (GMT)

1 new death in Tunisia [source]

1 new case and 1 new death in Mauritania [source]

73 new cases and 3 new deaths in Ukraine [source]

201 new cases and 2 new deaths in Australia [source]

1108 new cases and 21 new deaths in Canada [source]

16 new cases in Bahrain [source]

830 new cases and 22 new deaths in Austria [source]

184 new cases and 7 new deaths in Czechia [source]

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

36 new cases and 2 new deaths in Andorra [source]

4450 new cases and 104 new deaths in Germany [source]

98 new cases and 6 new deaths in Peru [source]

45 new cases and 4 new deaths in Bosnia and Herzegovina [source]

3 new cases in Côte d'Ivoire [source]

6 new cases in French Polynesia [source]

9 new cases and 2 new deaths in Niger [source]

1 new case and 1 new death in Syria [source]

448 new cases and 1 new death in Israel: a 58-year-old man with underlying health issues [source]

5 new cases in Bermuda [source]

1093 new cases and 59 new deaths in Switzerland [source]

29 new cases and 4 new deaths in Honduras [source]

 7846 new cases and 913 new deaths in Spain [source]

77 new cases and 7 new deaths in Morocco [source]

120 new cases and 7 new deaths in Pakistan [source]

16 new cases in Venezuela [source]

16 new cases in Costa Rica [source]

20 new cases and 1 new death in Nigeria [source]

294 new cases and 22 new deaths in Romania: a 74-year-old man [source]

323 new cases and 23 new deaths in Brazil [source]

227 new cases and 5 new deaths in India [source]

295 new cases and 8 new deaths in Ireland [source]

7 new cases in the State of Palestine [source]

96 new cases and 2 new deaths in Colombia [source]

1610 new cases and 37 new deaths in Turkey [source]

4 new cases in Madagascar [source]

47 new cases and 1 new death in Egypt [source]

31 new cases in Lithuania [source]

16 new cases and 1 new death in Cyprus [source]

193 new cases and 9 new deaths in Poland [source]

12 new cases in Georgia [source]

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

3 new deaths in Argentina [source]

 4376 new cases and 418 new deaths in France [source] [source]

9 new cases and 2 new deaths in Jordan [source]

46 new cases and 1 new death in South Africa [source]

24 new cases in Burkina Faso [source]

83 new cases and 4 new deaths in Iraq [source]

3 new cases in Monaco [source]

161 new cases and 6 new deaths in Norway [source]

59 new cases in Qatar [source]

73 new cases and 4 new deaths in Algeria [source]

50 new cases in Afghanistan [source]

4050 new cases and 812 new deaths in Italy. Total cases surpass 100,000 [source]

 Lowest number of new cases in the last 13 days (since March 17)

 Highest number of new recoveries (1,590) since the beginning of the epidemic

1 new case in Belize [source]

182 new cases and 5 new deaths in Denmark [source]

4 new cases in Gibraltar [source]

41 new cases in Réunion [source]

WHO Daily Briefing on COVID-19

6 new cases in Guinea [source]

2619 new cases and 180 new deaths in the United Kingdom [source]

35 new cases in Moldova [source]

56 new cases and 4 new deaths in Greece including a 56-year-old man in Thessaloniki [source]

1 new case in Saint Barthélemy [source]

6 new cases in Uruguay [source]

10 new cases in Kyrgyzstan [source]

31 new cases and 1 new death in Cuba [source]

66 new cases in Iceland [source]

4 new cases in Jamaica [source]

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

7 new cases in Isle of Man [source]

21 new cases in Mauritius [source]

13 new cases in Bulgaria [source]

1 new case in the Turks and Caicos Islands [source]

16 new cases and 3 new deaths in Bolivia [source]

3 new cases in Curaçao [source]

6 new cases in Guinea-Bissau [source]

42 new cases and 3 new deaths in the Dominican Republic [source]

4 new cases in Trinidad and Tobago [source]

44 new cases and 3 new deaths in Serbia [source]

154 new cases in Saudi Arabia [source]

5 new cases and 1 new death in Sri Lanka [source]

2 new cases in Chad [source]

310 new cases and 1 new death in Chile [source]

6 new cases in El Salvador [source]

18 new cases in Kazakhstan [source]

41 new cases and 2 new deaths in the United Arab Emirates [source]

4 new cases in Myanmar [source]

33 new cases in Channel Islands [source] [source]

38 new cases and 1 new death in Luxembourg [source]

6 new cases in Zambia [source]

112 new cases and 2 new deaths in Finland [source]

58 new cases in Belarus [source]

26 new cases and 1 new death in the Republic of North Macedonia [source]

4 new cases and 1 new death in Saint Martin [source]

64 new cases in Azerbaijan [source]

2 new cases in Guatemala [source]

884 new cases and 93 new deaths in the Netherlands [source]

77 new cases in Croatia [source]

9 new cases in Vietnam [source]

8 new cases in Kenya [source]

35 new cases in Singapore [source]

328 new cases and 36 new deaths in Sweden [source]

1 new death in Sudan [source]

6 new cases and 3 new deaths in San Marino [source]

446 new cases and 21 new deaths in Portugal [source]

5 new cases in Saint Kitts and Nevis: including a 10-month-old infant [source]

5 new cases in Tanzania [source]

9 new cases in Faeroe Islands [source]

5 new cases in Uzbekistan [source]

6 new cases in Liechtenstein [source]

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

12 new cases in Oman [source]

5 new cases in Malta [source]

22 new cases in Slovakia [source]

19 new cases in Mayotte [source]

20 new cases in Senegal [source]

3186 new cases and 117 new deaths in Iran [source]

136 new cases and 2 new deaths in Thailand [source]

 1063 new cases and 82 new deaths in Belgium [source]

58 new cases in Armenia [source]

1 new case in Brunei Darussalam [source]

2 new cases in Ethiopia [source]

1 new case in China, Macao SAR [source]

4 new cases in Cambodia [source]

302 new cases and 1 new death in Russia [source]

11 new cases in Kuwait [source]

26 new cases in Slovenia [source]

11 new cases and 1 new death in Albania [source]

1 new case in Bangladesh [source]

129 new cases and 8 new deaths in Indonesia [source]

8 new cases and 2 new deaths in Taiwan [source]

128 new cases and 7 new deaths in the Philippines [source]

36 new cases in Estonia [source]

29 new cases in Latvia [source]

6 new cases in Montenegro [source]

75 new cases in New Zealand [source]

39 new cases and 2 new deaths in Hungary [source]

145 new cases and 4 new deaths in Mexico [source]

78 new cases and 6 new deaths in South Korea [source]

5 new cases in Paraguay [source]

5 new cases in Togo [source]

18089 new cases and 412 new deaths in the United States

31 new cases (of which 30 imported) 4 new deaths (all in Hubei), and 322 new recoveries occurred in China on March 29, as reported by the National Health Commission (NHC) of China [source] 

 

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Haven't seen any food coming from Barangay but we've started giving rice and canned goods to the neighbors in need. Hope they stretch it out...no telling how long it may last.

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Passes still not available - they will be making a unit by unit visit due to number of empty condos

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23 hours ago, JohnSurrey said:

The sad part for all of us is it's just like Bill Gates said - we're not prepared and if we (our governments) had only spent a fraction of the amount of money they spend each year on Weapons etc. we would or could have been.

Take the bastards outside and shoot em.

I concur

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I asked a few people seems to me the lockdown is put in place to stop the spread by letting it burn out .

      Those with it will either get better or not ... But as the virus started with one person it can re flare . only way i think will help is everyone needs to be tested and truthfully it would need to be free   Maybe testing all will be better in the long term

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I didn't go back to the USA last month because I didn't want to get caught up in some type of quarantine situation imposed by the gov't there.  I don't have health insurance back there or here and the way I see it, if you have no underlying health conditions maybe you will do alright, just maybe.  I'll take my chances here with lots of vitamin c and sunlight and low cost medical costs if the need arises.  

As for the quarantine, I'm in Lapu Lapu and there are people walking around to the market, probably with their quarantine pass or not, I see people not observing social distancing as I watch from my balcony.  I see people without masks walking around.  Of course, they are not encountering checkpoints so they know they can get away with it.

In my opinion, the real reason for the lockdown is because if people do get really sick, there are not enough hospital beds to accomodate them.  I also think the cure is going to be worse than the disease because of the economic fallout to come in every country.

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I dont see how a long term lockdown will address the problems of the economy. Governments would have to take over financial but with tax collections drying up how

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19 minutes ago, smokey said:

I dont see how a long term lockdown will address the problems of the economy. Governments would have to take over financial but with tax collections drying up how

Leave epidemiology and macro-economics to the pros.

Maybe have a bowl of ice cream with some whipped cream.

And a little nap.

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1 hour ago, MarinePride said:

As for the quarantine, I'm in Lapu Lapu and there are people walking around to the market, probably with their quarantine pass or not, I see people not observing social distancing as I watch from my balcony.  I see people without masks walking around.  Of course, they are not encountering checkpoints so they know they can get away with it.

Here in Western Leyte we can't go 2 Barangays east before we are stopped and turned back. 1 person can go west to the grocery store but if you go past town toward the next town they will turn you around. If you have a passenger they will turn you around and/or fine you 5000 pesos. How many peeps does that happen to before everyone stays home? The streets are empty and after 8PM if you are outside your property there are Barangay police that will turn you home or arrest you.

Been this way for almost 2 weeks and because of the 'forced' social distancing policies the curve has been flattened. I am grateful for the strict enforcement. I hope that the government will soon start supplying food for the peeps that need it.

1 hour ago, MarinePride said:

I also think the cure is going to be worse than the disease because of the economic fallout to come in every country.

It's not a cure, it just flattens the curve to allow most of the would be deaths a second chance. If somebody wants to start the economy up and everything back to normal, I'll still stay here in my home until the virus passes or they have a vaccine. 

"welcome to our restaurant, just ignore the bodies in the corner and enjoy your meal"

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1 hour ago, MarinePride said:

As for the quarantine, I'm in Lapu Lapu and there are people walking around to the market, probably with their quarantine pass or not, I see people not observing social distancing as I watch from my balcony.  I see people without masks walking around.  Of course, they are not encountering checkpoints so they know they can get away with it.

It's dreadful here too - not just at the market (where entire family's reside), SM and prince - in the barangay where we live they decided yesterday to have an impromptu Cock Fight ...so there was about 30 of them all crowded around together watching the fight - kids, women and guys... no masks no distancing ...no idea.

The people who should be checking that the town (city) is under control etc have all disappeared - doctors and dentists all shut up shop a while ago - the hospital is not fit for purpose so if any of us get more than a mild version of it I guess we're history.

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@smokey, do you still have the evil clown suit? This could work for Lockdown...

 

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Leave it to traditional Indonesian ghosts to guard your neighborhood during a self-imposed isolation amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

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41 minutes ago, smokey said:

This has so truth

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I can't stop laughing at "Has 1 roll of TP." :D Filipino Millennials are a bit fortunate because we live with Type #1 and Type#2 people so its an interesting hold out. I have family members who are prepared and some who think its not enough and need to buy more and MORE and we also have types that spray Lysol and disinfectants at anyone and anything that came outside. :frantic:

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27 minutes ago, salmusa said:

have family members who are prepared and some who think its not enough and need to buy more and MORE and we also have types that spray Lysol and disinfectants at anyone and anything that came outside.

Should try Windex...

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26 minutes ago, Dafey said:

Should try Windex...

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Classic Windex. My dad was musing that bulls should be released on the streets for people breaking curfew.   

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