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Coronavirus, Covid, SARS? You should now know these terms
© Shutterstock / Naeblys Terms such as the coronavirus, Covid-19 and Sars-CoV-2 determine our current life. But what exactly do they mean? Whether on radio, television or the Internet - whatever medium we open, one topic dominates them all: the corona crisis. Terms such as the Coronavirus , Covid-19 and Sars-CoV-2 have automatically become part of our language. But what do they mean exactly? And what's the difference between them? We give an overview.
The cradle of the new coronavirus did not identify any contamination on Saturday, an unprecedented fact since the data was published.
This is where the pandemic was born. In the meantime, it has spread to the surface of the globe, contaminating more than 5 million people, including nearly 330,000 fatally. In China, there were no new cases of contamination withon Saturday. It was the first time since the country began publishing data on the epidemic in January.
The disease appeared at the end of 2019 in, but the contagion has been practically stopped in the country, where the latest assessment indicates nearly 83,000 cases of contamination, including 4,634 fatal.
Covid-19: the pandemic has killed more than 120,000 people worldwide
© Enrique Ortiz, AFP A doctor cares for patients with Covid-19 in Ecuador, April 13, 2020. According to an assessment made on Tuesday At 7 p.m. GMT by AFP, the coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 123,920 people worldwide since its appearance in December in China. A total of 1,961,950 cases of Covid-19 infection have been identified. The Covid-19 pandemic continues its disastrous progression.
, proclaimed Friday the Chinese Premier, Li Keqiang, at the opening of the plenary session of the National People's Assembly (PNA), grand- annual mass of communist power. Before 3000 deputies with masked faces, Mr. Li stressed, however, "the immense task" that remained to be accomplished.
PODCAST. Coronavirus: how China has "mastered" the in alerting the world to the epidemic and of having concealed the magnitude of it. Beijing has vigorously denied the charges of concealment, claiming that it has always shared its information about the epidemic in a timely manner with WHO and other countries.
Coronavirus: Wuhan bans the consumption of wild animals .
Cradle of the Covid-19 pandemic, the reservoir of the virus could be a wild animal sold in a market in the city, the capital of Hubei has decided to tighten its regulations. © AFP / Hector Retamal Le Parisien Never again. Even if the debates concerning the origin of the coronavirus are not settled and sometimes nourish all kinds of fantasies, the most commonly accepted thesis remains that of a wild animal sold on a market in Wuhan and then consumed.