Health & Fit VIRUS-TICKER-RKI - 252 new infections and 16 further deaths

08:25  09 june  2020
08:25  09 june  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

State Department warns Americans to reconsider traveling abroad due to coronavirus

  State Department warns Americans to reconsider traveling abroad due to coronavirus The U.S. State Department warned Americans late Wednesday to avoid traveling abroad, in response to a coronavirus outbreak that's reached pandemic status.Also Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised U.S. citizens to avoid travel to much of Europe, where the coronavirus has become more widespread than anywhere but China.

Jun 9 (Reuters) - The coronavirus is spreading in some countries, while other countries are loosening restrictions on public life. Current developments follow.

05.14 - The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increases within 24 hours by 252 to 184.193, as data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) show for infectious diseases. The death toll, according to official figures, increases by 16 to 8674.

04:53 - Brazil reports 679 further Covid 19 deaths and 15,654 new infections within 24 hours. According to official figures, the death toll is 37,134, the third highest in the world after the United States and Great Britain. According to official censuses, there are 707,412 confirmed cases in the Latin American country, the second highest number of infected people after the United States. The Latin American country had introduced a change in the counting method over the weekend, which has led to accusations of manipulation of the coronavirus data.

Generation C? What experts are saying about kids born into the coronavirus pandemic

  Generation C? What experts are saying about kids born into the coronavirus pandemic Pandemics like coronavirus can be generation-defining events, but experts say it's too early to create a label for those coming after Gen Z.The global health crisis could go down in history like a war of sorts — a major factor called a period event that demographers use to help define generations, according to Pew Research Center. For Gen Z, (usually defined as those born between 1997 and 2012) "coronavirus is the generation-defining moment," according to Jason Dorsey, president of the Center for Generational Kinetics, a research and strategy firm focused on Gen Z and millennials.

03:34 - Researchers at the University of Washington have recently estimated that around 5,000 more people than previously thought could die in the United States from Covid-19 as of August. According to the John Hopkins University forecast, 145,728 people could have succumbed to the virus by August. The states with the strongest growth include Michigan and Arizona, while Virginia, Rhode Island and Nebraska have the largest declines, according to the study. Infectious disease experts believe that mass protests in major cities in the aftermath of George Floyd's violent death could trigger another outbreak. In total, more than 1.9 million cases of respiratory disease have been reported in the United States and around 110,000 deaths have been confirmed, according to a Reuters count.

Coronavirus: What researchers know about the risk groups

 Coronavirus: What researchers know about the risk groups Old and pre-ill people are particularly at risk in the corona pandemic. But who exactly does it belong to? Doctors have new insights. © xavierarnau / Getty Images The novel coronavirus is tricky: While it causes mild or no symptoms in most patients, others have to be ventilated for weeks because of an infection with Sars-CoV-2 and are at risk of life. Scientists are exploring at full speed why the effects are so extremely different.

12:34 am - The Coronavirus app of the British National Health Service (NHS) is said to be ready in time for the next phase of lifting the restrictions in early July, according to a report by The Times newspaper. According to insiders, the nationwide rollout could take place within 14 days, but the exact launch date has yet to be decided, the report said.

00:00 - The roadmap for the implementation of the GroKo economic stimulus program is according to a media report. According to a report by the "Bild" newspaper, the federal government wants to bring the 130 billion euro stimulus package in three parts through the Bundestag and Bundesrat. A special meeting of the Federal Cabinet is planned for June 12 so that Part 1 (especially the reduction in value added tax, the child bonus and tax relief for companies) can come into force on July 1. The second part consists, among other things, of the necessary change to the Basic Law for the accommodation of Hartz IV recipients in the municipalities and should come into force on October 1. Discussions on this could begin before the summer break in the Bundestag and could be resolved by the Parliament and the Bundesrat in September. All other regulations (e.g. reduction of solos, changes in vehicle tax) could be discussed in peace in the fall and then put into effect on January 1, 2021. (Compiled by the Reuters editorial team in Berlin. If you have any questions, please contact the editorial team on +49 30 2888 5168)

CDC Warns of Alarming New Side Effect of COVID-19 .
Young people have reported higher levels of anxiety and depression during the pandemic, according to a new survey.Ever since COVID-19 reared its ugly head and upended our world, long-lasting symptoms of the virus have been varied and hard to pinpoint—until now. "A survey conducted by Dr. Natalie Lambert of Indiana University School of Medicine and Survivor Corps analyzed the long-term experiences COVID-19 survivors are having with the virus. The COVID-19 'Long Hauler' Symptoms Survey Report identified 98 long-lasting symptoms." Click through from least common to most common to see if you've experienced any.

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