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World One patient every 2 seconds in the world, the Slovaks all tested ... update on the coronavirus

01:10  01 november  2020
01:10  01 november  2020 Source:   parismatch.com

Coronavirus: Morning update

  Coronavirus: Morning update Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday morning. We'll have another update for you at 18:00 BST. 1. Tougher Covid rules kick in for millionsWe head into the weekend with millions more people subject to tougher curbs on daily life. In Wales, 3.1 million people will be told to stay at home from 18:00 BST as a 17-day "firebreak" lockdown begins and all but essential shops close. Meanwhile, overnight, Greater Manchester's population of 2.

Coronavirus – latest updates . See all our coronavirus coverage. A three-day pilot was run last week in four regions in the north of the country, and further mass testing will take place this weekend and next with the aim of reaching 4 million adults and isolating those who have the disease.

Live statistics and coronavirus news tracking the number of confirmed cases, recovered patients , tests , and death toll due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus counter with new cases, deaths, and number of tests per 1 Million population. Historical data and info. Daily charts, graphs, news and updates .

New reports, new measures and highlights: an update on the latest developments in the Covid-19 pandemic in the world .

  Un malade toutes les 2 secondes dans le monde, les Slovaques tous testés... le point sur le coronavirus © Benoit Tessier / Reuters The situation in France

The number of Covid-19 patients hospitalized in intensive care or intensive care stood at 3,443 on Saturday, with 339 new admissions since the day before, according to figures from Public Health France. Taking into account the discharges, the number of Covid-19 patients currently in intensive care has increased by 75 since Friday.

The number of people hospitalized was 23,013, against 22,153 on Friday (+860). Hospitals have received 2,274 patients with Covid over the past 24 hours.

'Critical stage' with 96,000 a day getting COVID as tougher action needed, experts say

  'Critical stage' with 96,000 a day getting COVID as tougher action needed, experts say The COVID-19 epidemic has reached a "critical stage" with almost 100,000 people a day in England being infected as the spread of the coronavirus rapidly increases, scientists have warned. Researchers from Imperial College London say existing measures to control the virus aren't working.And they argue more stringent action is needed nationwide "sooner rather than later".The latest round of testing for the widely-respected REACT-1 study suggests one in 78 people across England has the virus. And the epidemic is doubling in size every nine days.

Coronavirus is continuing its spread across the world , with more than Peru has recently reopened its borders for the first time in seven months after seeing a second surge in cases. Governments across the world have been forced to limit public movement and close businesses and venues in a

Live statistics and coronavirus news tracking the number of confirmed cases, recovered patients , tests , and death toll due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus counter with new cases, deaths, and number of tests per 1 Million population. Historical data and info. Daily charts, graphs, news and updates .

The number of resuscitation beds, already raised from 5,100 to 5,800 after the first epidemic wave, rose to 6,400 at the start of the week and should soon exceed 7,000, according to the Minister of Health Olivier Véran.

To read: The effectiveness of the reconfinement to the test of the scenarios of the Institut Pasteur

Faced with the very strong deterioration of all the indicators, France entered a second confinement on Friday, however less strict than in the spring .

"Yes, confinement is a test for all French people," the Minister of Health Olivier Véran tweeted on Saturday. "But I remind you that # covid19 is: 1 patient every 2 sec. 1 hospitalization every 30 sec. 1 death every 4 mins. Let us respect this confinement, let us stand together. The State will protect, and accompany".

Clashes in Spain over virus restrictions for second night

  Clashes in Spain over virus restrictions for second night  

Coronavirus – latest updates . A woman working as a tour bus guide in Japan has tested positive for coronavirus for a second time, in what The health ministry confirmed the woman’s case was the first in Japan where a patient tested positive for a second time after being discharged from hospital.

And while many patients of the coronavirus do have a dry cough, those with coronavirus pneumonia also have had or could have a productive, or "wet While the coronavirus is an issue everyone in the world should be taking seriously, the spread of false information can be both dangerous and deadly.

To read: Covid-19 patients contaminate half of the members of their household

Reconfinement in Austria ...

The Austrian government announced on Saturday a new confinement, from Tuesday and until the end of November, with the establishment of a curfew and the closure of restaurants, hotels, cultural and sports institutions.

Belgium also announced more severe confinement from Monday with the closure of "non-essential" businesses and the obligation of teleworking for companies where it is possible.

... in England ...

The British government decided on Saturday to reconfine England from Thursday until December 2, schools however remaining open.


Video: Covid-19: antigenic tests can be done in pharmacies (Le Figaro)

"The virus is spreading even faster than in the worst case scenario established by our scientific advisers", British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said. This measure does not concern Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, confinement falling to the authorities of each British province.

Coronavirus: Evening update

  Coronavirus: Evening update Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday evening. We'll have another update for you on Tuesday morning.1. Autumn surge necessitates tough action, says PMThe prime minister has told MPs he has a "medical and moral" responsibility not to let the health service become overwhelmed by the "autumn surge" of coronavirus. Outlining details of a second lockdown in England, Boris Johnson said the government had been right to try to get the virus under control at a local level but tough action is now needed.

Coronavirus Incubation Period: Last updated : March 12, 15:00 GMT. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported an incubation period for COVID-19 between 2 and 10 days . [ 1 ]. China’s National Health Commission (NHC) had initially estimated an incubation period from 10 to 14 days [ 2 ] .

The number of people in the UK to die with coronavirus has risen to 233. Leaders around the world have urged people to follow their countries' measures amid reports some were not following advice to restrict their movements On average, one coronavirus patient is dying in Italy every two minutes.

The United Kingdom surpassed the million cases of the novel coronavirus on Saturday with 1,011,660 detected cases and 46,555 deaths.

... and partial containment in Greece and Portugal

The Greek Prime Minister announced a partial containment from Tuesday, with night curfew and closure for a month of bars, restaurants and sports halls in Athens and in other cities in the country.

Portugal will also be subject, from Wednesday, to a new partial confinement which will affect around 70% of its population

"The moment has arrived when it is necessary to take more restrictive measures (...) to control this pandemic ", declared the head of the socialist government Antonio Costa after an extraordinary council of ministers.

The entire Slovak population tested

In order to ease restrictions, Slovakia on Saturday launched a program to screen for the coronavirus among the entire population with antigenic tests.

Some 45,000 medical, military and police professionals have been deployed to carry out the tests in this country of 5.4 million inhabitants, in around 5,000 screening points open on Saturday and Sunday.

Coronavirus: Morning update

  Coronavirus: Morning update Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning. We'll have another update for you at 18:00 GMT.1. Second lockdown voteMPs are expected to approve a second nationwide lockdown in England later. Some Conservatives will vote against the move, but Labour's support ensures it's almost certain to pass. The new restrictions will come into force just after midnight - read what you can and can't do.

Fears that a coronavirus pandemic could tip the world economy into recession sent global stocks A northwest Oregon resident has tested positive for coronavirus with no known history of travel to It is also the first coronavirus case in Oregon. The adult patient , whose age and gender were not

But coronavirus tests in the U.S. aren't being done this way. Will mosquitos be able to catch this virus and pass it on to humans this summer? To determine if someone has recovered from the coronavirus , at least two different nasal swabs taken at least 24 hours apart must test negative

Record of contaminations in the United States

The United States recorded more than 94,000 new cases of coronavirus on Friday in 24 hours, the highest daily number since the start of the pandemic, according to a count from Johns Hopkins University. A few days before the presidential election, the country, which has experienced an upsurge in the epidemic since the beginning of the autumn, recorded 94,125 new cases at 8:30 p.m. (00:30 GMT), according to a statement made by AFP of the figures of the university, continuously updated.

The United States has also recorded 919 additional deaths, bringing the death toll from the disease to 229,544. President Donald Trump has once again downplayed the severity of Covid-19, from which he himself recovered. "We just want a return to normal," he said on Friday. "If you catch it, you will be better, and then you will be immune," he said.

For its part, Canada has announced a further extension, until the end of November, of the closure of its borders to foreigners whose presence is not considered essential.

The balance sheet in the world

The pandemic of the new coronavirus has killed at least 1,189,892 people worldwide since the WHO office in China reported the onset of the disease at the end of December, according to an established report by AFP from official sources on Saturday at 11:00 GMT.

More than 45,650,850 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed.

The United States is the most affected country in terms of both number of deaths and cases, with 229,710 deaths for 9,048,177 recorded cases.

Brazil (159,477 dead), India (121,641 dead) and Mexico (91,289 dead) follow.

Latin America and the Caribbean, the region of the world with the most cases of Covid-19, has exceeded the threshold of 400,000 deaths from the coronavirus, according to a count established by AFP.

Coronavirus: Morning update .
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday morning. We'll have another update for you on Monday. 1. Scaled-back Remembrance Sunday eventsAbout 10,000 people usually attend the annual National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph in London. This year it will look very different because of the pandemic. Members of the Royal Family, the government and the armed forces will still attend and social distancing will be in force. However, for the first time it will be closed to the public.

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