Coronavirus: 525 new deaths in Italy, but weakest increase in 2 weeks
CORONAVIRUS-ITALY-BALANCE SHEET: Coronavirus: 525 new deaths in Italy, but weakest increase in 2 weeks © Reuters / MASSIMO PINCA CORONAVIRUS: 525 NEW DEATHS IN ITALY MILAN (Reuters) - The toll of the Covid-19 epidemic in Italy has increased by 525 deaths to a total of 15,887, but represents the smallest increase in a day for more than two weeks, announced on Sunday Department of Civil Protection.
© ASSOCIATED PRESS Cyclists take photos in an empty St. Peter's Square, due to anti-coronavirus lockdown measures, at the Vatican, Sunday, May 10, 2020. Pope Francis is calling on leaders of European Union nations to work together on the social and economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. After delivering his Sunday blessing, Francis noted that 70 years have passed since Europe began the challenging process of reconciliation of the continent’s peoples after World War II. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
Fewer than 1 , 000 patients remain in intensive care units in Italy as the nation continues to control the spread of the virus which has now claimed the lives of 30,739 people in the country. Italy has seen a fall in the number of patients it treating for coronavirus as it begins to edge out of lockdown.
Italy Coronavirus update with statistics and graphs: total and new cases , deaths per day, mortality If the infections rise, in 2 weeks we will have to close again," warned Ricciardi, Minister of Health's emergency After a few isolated cases detected in late January, the outbreak in Italy started on Feb.
Fewer than 1,000 patients remain in intensive care units in Italy as the nation continues to control the spread of the virus which has now claimed the lives of 30,739 people in the country.
418 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours in France, the bar of 3000 deaths crossed
© Copyright 2020, L'Obs The coronavirus epidemic has made 418 deaths recorded in hospital in 24 hours (against 292 announced the day before) ), the largest increase in number on a day since the start of the epidemic, according to the assessment posted online by the government this Monday, March 30. The mark of 3,000 deaths since the start of the epidemic has been crossed. ,424 people have also gone into intensive care in the past 24 hours, and 792 have been cured.
In Italy , the death rate from Covid-19 is more than 10 times greater than in Germany. The results showed that at the time of the “ first case ”, 3% of the village was already infected, but Among the oldest patients , though, Italy and China part ways. The 70-79 age group in Italy had a case fatality
Italy Has Fewest Cases Since March 4; N.Y. Easing: Virus Update. Bloomberg News. The number of patients in intensive care fell to 999, marking the first time in The World Health Organization and UNAIDS estimated that a six- month disruption of supplies of antiretroviral therapies could lead to
The figures, reported by the Civil Protection Agency, show there were 999 people in intensive care on Monday, edging down from 1,027 on Sunday.
The latest figures, which also show that deaths in Italy rose by 179 today, comes as the country sets out steps to ease social distancing measures and enter 'phase two' of the lockdown.
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The total death toll since the outbreak came to light on February 21, which now stands at 30,739, is the third highest in the world after those of the United States and the UK.
Intensive care capacity
In many countries, in addition to measures of social isolation , one of the main concerns regarding the epidemic of coronavirus is the fear of not having the capacity to s take care of all seriously ill patients. In fact, the health systems of most of the affected countries do not have intensive care infrastructures prepared for an rapid and massive increase in the number of serious cases. Italy is the second most affected country in the world by the coronavirus epidemic after China.
© Provided by Daily Mail The number of coronavirus deaths has slowly fallen, with figures showing 30,739 people have now died from the illness © Provided by Daily Mail Figures provided by health officials have also shown a decline in the number of Covid-19 cases
Three days later, he was confirmed as the state’s first coronavirus case . And now a second case has been confirmed The second New Hampshire patient who tested positive for coronavirus , also a More than 30, 000 coronavirus -related GoFundMe fund-raisers have started in the past few weeks.
U.S. military reports its first coronavirus patient in South Korea. Investors continued to dump stocks a day after the S&P 500 had lost 3.4 percent, after officials in Italy and South Korea France announced two new cases , one a young Chinese woman who arrived in early February and the other
The total number of confirmed cases amounted to 219,814, the fifth highest global tally behind those of the United States, Spain, Britain and Russia.
People registered as currently carrying the illness fell to 82,488 from 83,324 the day before.
Of those originally infected, 106,587 were declared recovered against 105,186 a day earlier.
The figures come as the daily tally of new cases in Italy fell to 744 from 802 on Sunday.
The agency said 1.702 million people had been tested for the virus against 1.676 million on Sunday, out of a population of around 60 million.
On Friday, Italian authorities, which registered 243 deaths, said many more people in the country are likely to have died with the infection at home or in nursing homes without being diagnosed.
Coronavirus: "We must not be clever about Italians", warns the president of the Federation of Doctors of France
"Everyone crosses his fingers", so that France does not find itself in the same situation as Italy facing the coronavirus epidemic explains the president of the Federation of doctors of France. © Provided by Franceinfo For Jean-Paul Hamon, guest of Franceinfo, "we must not be clever about the Italians because we don't know at all what will fall on us". Italy, the biggest center for coronavirus in Europe, counts its dead: 827 in all, and more than 12,000 patients.
© Provided by Daily Mail People walk across the Naples waterfront as the Italian government introduces phase 2 of the lockdown
The Times Neediest Cases Fund has started a special campaign to help those who have been affected, which accepts donations here. Part of the reason was to preserve medical-grade masks for health care workers who desperately need them at a time when they are in continuously short supply.
The relatively small number of cases that do require such services are highly concentrated among those age 60 and We have , to date, fewer than 200 deaths from the coronavirus in the United States — a small data The stock market will bounce back in time , but many businesses never will.
Lombardy in the northern region of the country continues to be the hardest-hit region, accounting for nearly one-half of the latest cases registered on Friday.
Last Saturday, Italians were seen flocking to the country's many parks as the government set out steps to edge out of lockdown and enter 'phase two' of the lockdown.
The public came out of their homes across the nation during Phase Two of lockdown, with people taking to their bicycles around the Piazza Venezia and the Via dei Fori Imperiali in the capital.
Previously, Italians were only allowed to venture within a few hundred metres of their door in order to buy essential good or to carry out exercise.
The scenes came as Italian scientists also revealed their plans to test a vaccine, which is being developed by Rome-based Takis Biotec, on humans after claiming their jab is the 'first in the world' to neutralise the virus.
Takis chief executive Luigi Aurisicchio revealed the Italian team plans to start trials in the autumn, as scientists race to halt the pandemic.
Covid-19 in France: "We have greatly broken this epidemic" according to the Director of Health
In France, 761 patients have died in the last 24 hours, while the number of people hospitalized and in intensive care continues to decrease, according to latest figures announced on Friday. "We have severely broken this epidemic. [...] But let us not let up on our efforts," announced the Director of Health. © France 24 A slow but steady decline.
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Most people who contract the novel coronavirus experience mild symptoms, according to However, health officials in France have found that half of all coronavirus patients currently in intensive "We are in a fairly strong dynamic, which shows that not only is the number of cases increasing but that
He said: 'As far as we know we are the first in the world so far to have demonstrated a neutralisation of the coronavirus by a vaccine.
On Sunday, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged the country to go back to work and set out his tentative three-stage 'exit plan' from coronavirus lockdown.
In a TV address to the nation from Downing Street, the PM paid tribute to the 'sacrifice' of Britons in reining in the killer disease and asked those who could not work from home to return to their jobs.
He added that people will be able to exercise as often as they like and sunbathe in parks as long as they abide by social distancing rules.
© Provided by Daily Mail Resident cycle and jog along Via dei Fori Imperiali in central Rome this week as the number of coronavirus cases continue to fall
Italy's new rules for 'phase two' of the lockdown
Italy has now started to lift its near-two-month lockdown.
Previously, Italians were only allowed to venture within a few hundred metres of their door for essential exercise or food shopping.
People faced questioning, fines and even prison sentences if they were found outdoors without valid reason.
Restrictions are now starting to be eased and Italians are allowed to leave for:
WORK: Manufacturing and construction resumed on May 4, allowing an estimated 4.4million people to return to work, but many businesses are still closed.
Coronavirus in France: 483 new deaths, 28,108 deaths in total
2,087 patients remain in the intensive care unit, according to the latest assessment from the Directorate General of Health. © AFP / LUCAS BARIOULET The Parisian France is ending its first unconfined weekend, and generally very sunny. The epidemic, it still shows itself every evening, with the epidemic assessment of the general direction of health. This Sunday, France has registered 483 deaths in the last 24 hours.
SHOPS: Most non-essential shops are still shut. However, a small selection including bookstores and children's clothes stores opened on a trial basis during the lockdown, and bicycle dealers are expected to be added to that list 'very soon'.
© Provided by Daily Mail People wear masks as they take a stroll near the sea in Livorno, Italy, as the government starts to ease lockdown measures
BARS AND RESTAURANTS: Can now open for takeaway services only.
MEETING FAMILY MEMBERS: People are now allowed to leave their homes to 'visit relatives and other loved ones', but not friends. They will have to wear masks and 'big family gatherings' are not permitted.
TRAVEL: People are still banned from travelling outside the region where they live. There is an exception for students and workers who were marooned in a different region when the lockdown began, if they now want to return home. Regional authorities are responsible for ensuring social distancing on public transport.
PARKS AND EXERCISE: Parks have re-opened for jogging and exercise, although children's playgrounds are still closed. People are allowed to drive somewhere to take exercise there.
UNIVERSITIES: Can hold exams and degree ceremonies if social distancing is respected. Laboratories can also re-open.
FUNERALS: Up to 15 mourners are now allowed to gather for a funeral, but must wear masks.
In pictures: Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around the world (Photos)
A girl wearing a face mask waits to enter the Disneyland amusement park in Shanghai, China, on May 11.
A Catholic priest gives holy communion to a woman at a drive-through system on Mother's Day, in Curitiba, Brazil, on May 10.
A railway staff checks the temperature of a migrant worker at a train terminus before he prepares to board a train for his journey back home during a nationwide lockdown, in Mumbai, India, on May 8.
People wear face masks and sit on designated seats on a metro car as a preventive measure, in Medellin, Colombia, on May 4.
A heart is projected on the statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 3.
Municipal workers disinfect the streets to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Villa Nueva, Guatemala, on April 30.
Medics treating coronavirus patients ride in a bus on the way to their duty in Moscow, Russia, on April 29.
A woman stops to view a public art installation aimed at turning boarded-up shopfronts into works of art in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on April 28.
A man dressed as "Yamraj," the Hindu mythical angel of death, campaigns to raise awareness on the importance of staying home and maintaining social distancing during an event organised by the police in New Delhi, India, on April 28.
Members of Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency and Colombian Army distribute food and other items to families in the rural areas of Ubaque in Colombia on April 27.
Coronavirus in France: 54 deaths in hospitals in the last 24 hours
The decline continues in the intensive care units, with 29 fewer people compared to Sunday. A total of 1,024 patients are still in intensive care. © AFP 29,209 people have died in France since the start of the epidemic. France has recorded 54 deaths linked to Covid-19 in hospitals in the past 24 hours, bringing to 29,209 the total number of deaths in the country since the start of the epidemic, according to a report released Monday by the Directorate General of Health (DGS).
A staff member, with a face mask on, trains dolphins at a conservation center in Bali, Indonesia on April 28.
Employees wearing face masks and shields style customers' hair at a salon in Tokyo, Japan, on April 28.
Decorated rocks with messages are offered at a child's stand in Lawrence, Kansas, U.S., on April 27.
People wearing face masks form a queue to enter an office building in Beijing, China, on April 28.
U.S. President Donald Trump attends a coronavirus response news conference in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on April 27.
An electronic sign showing the exit for "Swim & Go" as swimmers and surfers return to the water at the Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, on April 28.
A 14-year-old celebrates her birthday with a drive-by party outside her home in Pico Rivera, California, U.S., on April 27.
Job seekers wear face masks and maintain social distance before an exam in Seoul, South Korea, on April 25.
A man plays the bagpipes at the front of his house during Anzac Day commemorations in the suburb of Glen Iris in Melbourne, Australia, on April 25. Traditional Anzac Day ceremonies were canceled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions on gatherings.
A passenger wearing a protective face mask is seen in a subway train passing in front of the Eiffel Tower, as the lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak continues, in Paris, France, on April 24.
Covid: Cluster "under control" in Normandy south of Rouen
© Copyright 2020, L'Obs France recorded 28 new deaths linked to Covid-19 in hospitals in 24 hours, bringing the total number to 29,603 people dead since the start of the epidemic, according to a report by the Ministry of Health.
A Muslim man prays outside the National Mosque as it is closed during the movement control order due to the spread of COVID-19, on the first day of holy fasting month of Ramadan, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on April 24.
Workers prepare lemons for packaging during harvest at the Costieragrumi De Riso, traditional lemon growing company, in Minori, Italy, on April 24.
Students sit for the Diploma of Secondary Education (DSE) exams in Hong Kong on April 24. Temperature checks and social distancing measures to avoid the spread of COVID-19 have been put in place in the schools for over 50,000 candidates who will sit for the DSE examination this year.
An aerial view shows the Grand Mosque deserted on the first day of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, due to the novel coronavirus pandemic crisis, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on April 24.
A staff member wearing a face shield talks to a bank teller at a counter where a plastic curtain is installed in order to prevent infections, at the Higashinakano branch of MUFG Bank in Tokyo, Japan, on April 24.
A woman wears a mask as she prays before sunrise under the light of a street lamp outside the closed St. George Church, at the start of the feast day of St. George, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on April 23.
Women wearing face masks ride past the Opera House in Hanoi, Vietnam, on April 23, as the country eased its nationwide social isolation effort taken to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.
The screen of the Hard Rock Cafe is illuminated in blue as part of the "Light It Blue" initiative to honor healthcare workers in New York City, New York, U.S., on April 23.
A view of the empty Istiklal Street and its surroundings during the four-day coronavirus restrictions in 31 provinces in Istanbul, Turkey, on April 23.
A crew member of the Ruby Princess cruise liner gestures from a bus in Port Kembla, some 49.7 miles (80 kilometres) south of Sydney, Australia, on April 23, before beginning the process of repatriation to their home countries.
Citizens arrive at the Ankara airport in Turkey on April 23 after a Turkish Airlines plane evacuated 279, along with 50 German nationals with kinship ties stranded in Germany.
Medical personnel jump in the air in the COVID-19 unit of the CHR Centre Hospitalier Regional de la Citadelle Hospital in Liege, Belgium, on April 22.
A couple receives a bag of medicine through a drone, which is used to deliver medication to the elderly, from the municipality of the town of Zapallar, Chile, on April 22.
A teacher gives instructions to students on how to wear a face mask at Escuela 30, a rural school that has resumed classes after a month, in San Jose, Uruguay, on April 22.
Director of Civil Defence Emergency Management Sarah Stuart-Black speaks to media during a press conference at the Parliament in Wellington, New Zealand, on April 23.
Notes and supplies are seen in a break room at the Red Lion Hotel, currently one of Downtown Emergency Service Center's temporary shelter locations to increase social distancing, in Renton, Washington, U.S., on April 22.
U.S. President Donald Trump (L) watches as Dr. Anthony Fauci heads to the podium to answer a question during the daily coronavirus task force briefing at the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on April 22.
A woman is seen in a protective suit as she waits to board a train heading to Shanghai, at Wuhan Railway Station in China on April 21.
A fireman sprays disinfectant at a gas pump in Nairobi, Kenya, on April 20.
People are seen fishing in masks as state parks are reopened in Galveston, Texas, U.S., on April 20.
A "Thank You" message is seen for medical workers on the windows of a building in New York City, New York, U.S., on April 20.
An anti-stay-at-home demonstrator holds a sign in Augusta, Maine, U.S., on April 20.
A nearly empty freeway intersection is seen in Pasadena, California, U.S., on April 20.
Healthcare workers clap and wave as Toronto Police and the city's frontline responders pay tribute to healthcare workers in Toronto, Canada on April 19.
A Glovo food delivery executive wearing a face mask walks past a deserted Puerta del Sol square during the lockdown in Madrid, Spain, on April 19.
People fly kites with "stay at home" phrases as part of an initiative launched by Jordan Kuwait Bank to support unemployed individuals and raise awareness against the coronavirus disease, in Amman, Jordan, on April 19.
A man dressed up as Batman gives a birthday cake to a child wearing face mask in front of his home, in Monterrey, Mexico on April 18.
U.S. President Donald Trump compares a swab for COVID-19 testing with regular cotton swabs, during the daily coronavirus task force briefing at the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on April 19.
Candles are lit in the shape of a giant cross in memory of coronavirus victims, in Zella-Mehlis, Germany, on April 17.
An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) wearing personal protective equipment walks out of the Cobble Hill Health Center nursing home during the ongoing outbreak of the coronavirus, in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, New York, U.S., on April 17.
A health worker rests her back against a wall at the Manuel Belgrano hospital, where medical professionals protest over the lack of protective equipment and demand tests after several of their colleagues got infected with COVID-19, in San Martin, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on April 17.
Firefighters play their instruments in honor of health workers from a basket atop a ladder at the Santa Casa hospital in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on April 17.
A man carries food past members of the FSC 101 Engineering Battalion of the Massachusetts National Guard, as he assists at a pop-up food pantry in Chelsea, Massachusetts, U.S., on April 17.
Delhi Fire Service (DFS) personnel spray disinfectant chemicals along a road during a government-imposed nationwide lockdown as a preventive measure against the COVID-19 outbreak in New Delhi, India, on April 16.
A sign is seen at a shop in the mostly deserted city center, following the implementation of stricter social-distancing and self-isolation rules, in Sydney, Australia, on April 16.
A worker wearing protective gear waves to a woman while using disinfectant to clean outside of the residences in Santiago, Chile, on April 15.
Supporters of the Michigan Conservative Coalition protest against the state's extended stay-at-home order, at the Capitol building in Lansing, Michigan, U.S., on April 15.
Volunteers sew face masks, as a guitarist plays for volunteers, at the Hafez theater hall in downtown Tehran, Iran, on April 15.
A mural in tribute to the NHS is pictured as a woman walks by while the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Liverpool, U.K., on April 15.
A funeral worker wears a face mask with an illustration of Jesus outside Los Ceibos hospital in Guayaquil, Ecuador, on April 15.
An Indian traffic policeman stands next to an artwork displayed on a road to create awareness about coronavirus during lockdown in Gauhati, India, on April 15.
The statue of Christ the Redeemer is lit up with the image of a medical scrub and the word "Thank you" in different languages during an Easter Sunday event amid the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on April 12.
A policeman wearing a coronavirus helmet takes part with others in a procession to raise awareness about COVID-19 during a government-imposed nationwide lockdown in Chennai, India, on April 12.
Medical workers react to applause from firefighters, police and members of the public outside NYU Langone Hospital in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., on April 12.
A medical worker holds an Easter bunny balloon to applause from firefighters and members of the public outside NYU Langone Hospital in New York City, New York, U.S., on April 12.
The U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron "Thunderbirds" fly over Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., to show appreciation and support for the healthcare workers, first responders and other essential personnel who are working on the frontlines to combat the spread of coronavirus, on April 11.
Hand-drawn pictures of rainbows and messages are seen on a window, as the spread of the coronavirus disease continues, in Ripon, England, on April 11.
Empty food shelves are seen at a supermarket in Moscow, Russia, on April 11.
A novice monk wearing a protective mask runs at the premises of a monastery, in Kathmandu, Nepal on April 10.
Visitors at Sydney Fish Market have their temperature checked before being allowed access, in Australia, on April 10.
Special Task Force (STF) personnel wearing protective gear spray disinfectant outside the Presidential Secretariat in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on April 10.
A woman wears a self-made protective body covering with built-in mask in Gdynia, Poland, on April 9.
People walk at Times Square in New York, U.S., while some screens are seen illuminated in blue to honor healthcare workers, on April 9.
Soldiers wearing face masks stand in formation in front of a U.S.-made M110A2 self-propelled howitzer during Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen's visit to a military base in Tainan, Taiwan, on April 9.
People wearing face masks peek from windows of the Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital in Hubei province, China, on April 9.
A woman puts cloth face masks on a string to dry before distributing it for free in the neighborhood in Tangerang, Indonesia, on April 9.
Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport in China, after travel restrictions to leave the city were lifted, on April 8.
A girl puts her completed drawing of an Easter egg on the window of her home in Auckland, New Zealand, on April 8. New Zealanders are being encouraged to draw and display Easter eggs on their windows to create an Easter egg hunt that children can participate in during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Employees of Harborview Medical Center pose for photos while accepting pizzas donated by basketball player and Seattle native Isaiah Thomas in Seattle, Washington, U.S., on April 7.
A resident of a nursing home waves at an elderly woman as the MAV Symphony Orchestra plays classical music recordings on the loudspeakers of a car going around the city to cheer up people under lockdown in Budapest, Hungary, on April 7.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison delivers a ministerial statement on COVID-19 in the House of Representatives in Canberra, Australia, on April 8.
Travelers line up with their belongings outside the Hankou Railway Station after travel restrictions to leave Wuhan, China, were lifted, on April 8.
A city employee, wearing protective gear, poses for a photograph as he disinfects an area of Paseo de la Reforma avenue in Mexico City, Mexico, on April 6.
Men dressed up as superheroes Spider-Man and Captain America stand with a banner reading "Stay at Home" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on April 6.
A healthcare worker wearing protective gear is seen during a test for the coronavirus (COVID-19) outside a stadium in Bogor, Indonesia, on April 7.
An artist paints a mural on a wall in Pontefract, England, on April 6.
A resident picks up a box with food given to them by the army, at the Santa Rosita neighborhood on the outskirts of Guatemala City, Gautemala, on April 6, during a stay-at-home curfew designed to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Food is distributed from a truck as part of a government program in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on April 6.
Municipal workers wearing protective suits spray disinfectant in Grozny, Russia, on April 6.
Staff members of a hospital carry candles and oil lamps to show solidarity with people who are affected by the coronavirus disease, and with doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers from all over the world during a 21-day nationwide lockdown, in Kolkata, India, on April 5.
A volunteer woman wearing a face mask and gloves to curb the spread of the coronavirus sews face masks in a mosque in Tehran, Iran, on April 5.
Pope Francis celebrates Palm Sunday mass behind closed doors, during a lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19, in St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City, on April 5.
A devotee stands next to palm fronds and religious icons placed on a table outside her home, as part of Palm Sunday celebrations in Quezon City, Philippines, on April 5.
A person wearing a personal protective equipment (PPE) suit exits the Elmhurst Hospital center, as the outbreak of coronavirus disease continues, in New York City, New York, U.S., on April 5.
A man wearing a mask looks on in Bnei Brak, Israel, on April 5. The ultra-Orthodox Jewish town was declared a "restricted zone" due to its high rate of infections on April 3.
A motorist rides through a disinfection tunnel during a government-imposed nationwide lockdown as a preventive measure against COVID-19, in Chennai, India, on April 5.
Residents receive free reusable masks distributed by the government at a community center, as stricter measures are announced to combat the outbreak of the COVID-19 in Singapore, on April 5.
People wearing face masks, amid concerns of the COVID-19 disease, commute on a train in Hong Kong on April 4.
A woman wearing a protective mask is seen checking her cell phone in Woolwich district of London, England, on April 4, as the spread of the COVID-19 continues.
A view of beds at a shopping mall, one of Iran's largest, which has been turned into a center to receive patients suffering from the coronavirus disease, in Tehran, Iran, on April 4.
A man walks in the middle of empty Westminster Bridge, as the spread of COVID-19 continues, in London, England, on April 3.
A resident wearing a protective face mask waits for coronavirus testing at a makeshift rapid testing center in Hanoi, Vietnam, on April 3.
A couple, wearing masks to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, is seen waiting at Independence square in Quito, Ecuador, on April 3.
City workers fumigate a street to help contain the spread of coronavirus in La Paz, Bolivia, on April 2.
NHS workers applaud on the streets outside Royal Liverpool University Hospital during the Clap for Our Carers Campaign in England, on April 2.
Women maintain social distance as they wait to receive relief supplies provided by local police authority in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 2.
People wearing face masks wait for a supermarket to open in Wuhan, China, on April 2.
Hotel room lights spell out "Vegas Strong" at the Wynn hotel-casino along the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, U.S., on April 1.
Women stand in a queue to receive relief supplies provided by the local community in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 1.
An aerial view of a notice dug into the sand reading #StayHome on Tamarama Beach in Sydney, Australia, on April 2.
Residents pay for groceries by standing on chairs to peer over barriers set up to ringfence a wet market in Wuhan on April 1.
A baker presents sweets in the shape of the "coronavirus" (R) and antibodies with a face mask and eyes, in Erfurt, Germany, on March 31.
Police officers walk across an empty Red Square in Moscow, Russia, on March 31, 2020.
A young man cuts another man's hair on top of a closed hairdresser, in Oxford, England, on March 31.
People follow social distancing as they line up to enter a supermarket, amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, in La Paz, Bolivia, on March 30.
People wearing face masks practise social distancing as they wait outside a Postal Savings Bank of China branch in Wuhan, China, on March 31.
A man reaches to a basket, that was hung up so people can donate or take for free food, as Italy struggles to contain the spread of coronavirus, in Naples, on March 30.
Buddhist monks wearing face shields and masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus disease collect alms in Bangkok, Thailand, on March 31.
Stay at home as much as possible to stop coronavirus spreading - here is the latest government guidance. If you think you have the virus, don't go to the GP or hospital, stay indoors and get advice online. Only call NHS 111 if you cannot cope with your symptoms at home; your condition gets worse; or your symptoms do not get better after seven days. In parts of Wales where 111 isn't available, call NHS Direct on 0845 46 47. In Scotland, anyone with symptoms is advised to self-isolate for seven days. In Northern Ireland, call your GP.
Covid: Cluster "under control" in Normandy south of Rouen .
© Copyright 2020, L'Obs France recorded 28 new deaths linked to Covid-19 in hospitals in 24 hours, bringing the total number to 29,603 people dead since the start of the epidemic, according to a report by the Ministry of Health.