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US U.S. Cases Pass 12 Million; California Hits Record: Virus Update

03:05  22 november  2020
03:05  22 november  2020 Source:   bloomberg.com

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The U . S . total passes 12 million cases , and hospitalizations soar past 82,000. The F.D.A. has Pfizer’ s application for emergency approval of its vaccine. Here’ s what you need to know: U . S . records 12 millionth case as virus surge gathers speed. States and cities order nightly curfews as health

Florida Cases Pass New York’ s ; Europe Faces Spikes: Virus Update . Bloomberg News. The state reported another 12 ,199 cases , a 3% increase from the previous day that compares with a weekly In the U . S ., virus cases rose by 77,848, the second-highest daily count on record , according to data

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California reported record infections for the second consecutive day as total U.S. cases surpassed 12 million. New Jersey also broke a record, passing 300,000 cases.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention escalated its warning against traveling on cruise ships to the highest level. Cases and deaths slowed in the U.K. and Italy.

President Donald Trump stayed quiet on sharing U.S.-made vaccines as leaders of the world’s richest countries pushed for equality in the race to vaccinate people against the coronavirus.

Global Tracker: Cases reach 57.9 million; deaths 1.3 millionVirus surge threatens newfound U.S. corporate profit optimismMass Covid vaccination gets a dry run in a Louisiana parking lotSunak starts U.K.’s reckoning with ruinous legacy of Covid Pfizer’s Covid vaccine still faces hurdles after FDA filing FridayOne in five U.S. hospitals face staffing crisis within a weekVaccine Tracker: Encouraging breakthroughs offer hope

Subscribe to a daily update on the virus from Bloomberg’s Prognosis team here. Click CVID on the terminal for global data on coronavirus cases and deaths.

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More than 1 million cases have been identified in California . The nation’ s most populous places have all suffered The outbreaks disrupted the country’ s meat supply and led some of the hardest- hit plants to The U . S . data includes cases and deaths that have been identified by public health officials as

United States Coronavirus update with statistics and graphs: total and new cases , deaths per day, mortality and recovery rates, current active cases [ 12 ]. The virus had been confirmed in 5 states . On Jan. 31, New York City health officials vehemently denied the rumor regarding a coronavirus case

chart: Covid-19 patients more than doubled since Labor Day © Bloomberg Covid-19 patients more than doubled since Labor Day

Shanghai City Finds One New Case After Testing Thousands (7:41 a.m. HK)

Shanghai city reported one new local coronavirus case on Saturday, after testing 15,416 people following two new local cases on Friday. Local authorities said at a press conference Saturday that the two local cases are a married couple - the husband is an airport cargo security inspector and the wife is a nurse. The new confirmed case is a colleague of the husband at the cargo station of Shanghai Pudong International Airport.

Brazil Cases, Deaths Rebound for Second Week (7:31 a.m. HK)

Brazil reported 32,622 new cases, at the end of the second straight week of rising infections and fatalities, according to the Health Ministry website. The virus’s spread in Brazil, which has the most cases after the U.S. and India, had been weakening for roughly two months. The nation has more than 6 million cases and almost 170,000 deaths with 376 more reported on Saturday.

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South Dakota also reported a record 22 deaths on Thursday for a total of 57 in the first five days of November. Italy Hits Record As New Curbs Begin ( 12 :11 p.m. NY). Italy reported a record daily 34,505 cases a few hours California Tightens Curbs; Cases Rise in 50 States: Virus Update .

Global Tracker: Global cases top 21 million ; deaths pass 761,600. Subscribe to a daily update on the virus from Bloomberg’ s Prognosis team here. While California now leads the U . S . in cases , Newsom said the state is “punching above our weight” in testing, conducting an average of nearly 130

President Jair Bolsonaro said at the virtual G-20 summit on Saturday that it was up to each individual to decide whether to be vaccinated, and that the pandemic should not justify any attacks on personal freedom.

Oregon Breaks Record for Second Straight Day (7:12 a.m. HK)

Oregon reported 1,509 new infections, breaking a record for the second consecutive day. A two-week “freeze” ordered by Governor Kate Brown went into effect Wednesday, limiting social gatherings, restricting restaurants to takeout and closing gyms, museums and other indoor facilities.

England Set for Tougher Virus Tiers When Lockdown Ends (5:36 p.m. NY)

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will confirm the end of the national lockdown in England on Dec. 2 and reintroduction of the tier system when he announces the U.K.’s Covid winter plan in Parliament on Monday.

The plan is set to be discussed and signed off by his Cabinet on Sunday, according to an emailed statement from the prime minister’s press office. It will include guidelines for family visits over Christmas, “despite ministers being clear this will not be a normal festive period.”

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Fires roil California ’ s virus fight just as outbreak was easing. Virus in vacant apartment suggests role of California is working with PerkinElmer Inc. to build a laboratory testing site with a full supply chain that will 12 in Blacksburg, Virginia, but a cluster of Covid-19 cases forced the athletic department to

There were 53 cases in California as of Wednesday, according to the state health department, with dozens of new cases announced by public health Local health officials also confirmed a new fatality, bringing the total number of deaths in the U . S . to 12 . "This is a critical moment in the growing outbreak

The rate of growth in infections in the U.K. is slowing, according to latest data. Still, more than 2,800 people have died in the past week and total cases are approaching 1.5 million after surging 50% this month.

CDC Advises Against Cruise Ship Travel (5:08 p.m. NY)

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has escalated its warning for cruise travel to the highest level and continued to recommend avoiding any trips on cruise ships worldwide.

The agency raised its warning to Level 4 from Level 3, citing “very high” risk of Covid-19 on cruise ships. Passengers are at increased risk of person-to-person spread of Covid-19 and should get tested and stay home for at least seven days after travel, according to its website.

“For most travelers, cruise ship travel is voluntary and should be rescheduled for a future date,” the CDC said.

New York Daily Cases Approach 6,000 (4:47 p.m. NY)

New York reported 5,972 cases, the fifth straight day over 5,000 and the most since April, when the state was the nation’s early epicenter of the virus. While cases have risen rapidly in the last several weeks, the state’s overall positive test rate is 2.9%. That is among the lowest in the nation.

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Governor Andrew Cuomo has set restrictions on a growing list of “micro-clusters” around New York City and upstate, with positive rates as high as 10%. Overall positivity of those clusters is 4.3%, he said in a press release.

California Reports Record Cases Again (4:05 p.m. NY)

California added 15,442 new coronavirus cases, hitting a new high as the state’s nighttime curfew kicks in Saturday night.

The new cases topped Friday’s record of 13,005 infections, bringing the total to almost 1.1 million. The number of deaths increased by 86 to 18,643, state data showed. The increased patient load left California’s hospitals with just 1,921 intensive-case unit beds available, near the low in July.

A 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew will be imposed in most counties for a month to ease the rate of infection.

Portugal to Limit Travel Over Next Two Weeks (2:49 p.m. NY)

Portugal will limit movement between municipalities on Nov. 28-Dec. 1 and Dec. 5-8, two periods that include weekends and national holidays on each following Tuesday.

The number of daily new infections continues to be “worrying,” even if the pace of growth has decelerated, Prime Minister Antonio Costa said at a press conference in Lisbon.

France’s Pace of New Cases Lowest in Month (2:44 p.m. NY)

France’s virus cases rose by 17,881 to 2.13 million on Saturday, with the pace of new infections continuing the slowdown of the past two weeks. The seven-day average of new cases fell to 24,636 cases, the lowest in a month and less than half the pace two weeks ago.

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The rate of positive tests fell to 14.8%, down 0.2% points from a day earlier and falling from more than 20% in the first week of November. Deaths linked to the virus increased by 253 to 48,518. The seven-day average fell to 610 deaths, compared with a first-wave peak of more than 900 daily deaths in early April.

South Dakota Fatalities Continue Ascent (2:23 p.m. NY)

South Dakota has reported 352 fatalities so far in November, slightly less than just half the state’s total for the entire pandemic. Another 36 deaths were recorded Saturday, the same as the day before, in a state that has imposed no restrictions on the virus’s spread even as it became among the nation’s hardest hit. Rapid City, the second largest city, is embroiled in political fight over whether to pass a mask mandate.

Trump Stays Mum on Sharing Vaccines (1:14 p.m. NY)

Leaders of the world’s richest countries pushed for equality in the race to vaccinate people against the coronavirus, while President Donald Trump stayed quiet on sharing U.S.-made vaccines with other nations.

The battle to counter the pandemic dominated the first day of a virtual summit of Group of 20 nations on Saturday, hosted by Saudi Arabia.

NYC Still Above Rate for Closed Schools (1:01 p.m. NY)

New York City’s positive Covid-19 test rate remains above the 3% threshold that led to a shutdown of in-person schools on Nov. 19.

The latest seven-day average is 3.11%. The city reported a seven-day average of 1,345 new cases, the highest since May. At the height of the city’s outbreak earlier this year, more than 6,300 people were diagnosed with Covid-19 in one day.

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Schools are shut for at least two weeks. Indoor dining and other nonessential, “high-risk” businesses may be shut in early December if the city’s positivity continues to increase, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Nov. 20.

New Jersey Hits Record, Passes 300,000 Cases (12:51 p.m. NY)

New Jersey reported a record 4,679 new coronavirus cases, bringing its total to more than 300,000 since the start of the outbreak in March.

The state has reported more than 60,000 cases this month amid a resurgence. Hospitalizations have more than doubled since Nov. 1, to 2,552 as of Nov. 20. New Jersey has 486 patients in intensive care, up from 212 on Nov. 1.

Of 21 counties, Essex County in northern New Jersey had the most new cases, 536. But the resurgence is statewide. Camden County, in the southern part of the state, had the second-most new cases, 435.

Greece Reports Death Record for Second Day (12:40 p.m. NY)

Greece reported 108 more deaths, a second straight record increase, and intensive-care units in Greek hospitals are 82% occupied. Plans to begin a gradual lifting of nation-wide lockdown restrictions on Dec. 1 are no longer realistic, government spokesman Stelios Petsas said Friday.

New U.K. Cases Below 20,000 (11:23 a.m. NY)

The U.K. reported fewer than 20,000 new cases for the second time this week. Another 19,875 infections were reported on Saturday, below the average of 22,287 over the previous seven days. Cases have risen 50% this month to almost 1.5 million. The 341 deaths compare with the daily average of 426 this week.

Italy Cases, Deaths Slow (11:12 a.m. NY)

Italy reported 34,767 new cases Saturday, down from 37,242 a day earlier. Daily deaths fell to 692 from 699 on Friday.

The Rome government sought parliamentary approval for 8 billion euros of extra deficit this year, as Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte battles to shield the fragile economy from a coronavirus resurgence.

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A cabinet meeting chaired by Conte approved the request to parliament late Friday night. The government also signed off on a third package of aid, worth 1.95 billion euros for 2020, chiefly for shops and businesses hit by a soft lockdown in regions including Lombardy around Milan.

Spain to Start Vaccinations in January (9:10 a.m. NY)

Spain’s campaign to vaccinate its population against Covid-19 will begin in January and will be voluntary, El Confidencial reported, citing Health Minister Salvador Illa.

Spain expects to vaccinate about half its people by May, Illa said. The government plans to reveal further details of its vaccination strategy on Nov. 24.

U.S. Death Rate Continues to Rise (8:21 a.m. NY)

The U.S. reported 1,870 fatalities on Friday, in a week in which the death rate rapidly rose, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg.

The daily average over the last week is now 1,440, compared with 1,177 the week before. That’s the highest level since last spring, when the outbreak in New York and the northeast pushed fatalities to a daily peak of more than 2,600 in late April.

Poland Reopens Malls, Keeps Schools Shut (6:30 a.m. NY)

Poland will allow shopping malls to reopen, while keeping restaurants, cinemas and schools closed as Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki asked for patience until a vaccine arrives.

Poland introduced a near-full lockdown earlier this month after infections surged in October, with daily deaths climbing to a record 637 earlier this week. Schools will remain closed until at least mid-January, while gyms, cinemas, theaters and restaurants won’t reopen before Dec. 27.

Morawiecki asked Poles to stay at home for Christmas, adding that the government is working on legal ways to limit travel during that period.

Iran Offers More Support as Lockdown Starts (5 p.m. HK)

The Iranian government will make monthly payments to almost 30 million people over the next four months to support the economy during the coronavirus outbreak, President Hassan Rouhani said. Iran started a two-week lockdown on Saturday, reducing economic activity to essential services and businesses in many areas.

Hungary Posts Record Deaths as Infections Plateau (4:50 p.m. HK)

Hungary reported a record 121 deaths from the coronavirus on Saturday, though the number of hospitalized patients and new infections showed signs of leveling off. Hungarian authorities have been bracing for a further deterioration in the pandemic through mid-December.

Germany Adds 23,000 New Cases as Infections Top 900,000 (3:40 p.m. HK)

Germany added nearly 23,000 new coronavirus infections as of Saturday morning, lifting the total above 900,000.

The regions of Bavaria, Berlin, Bremen, Hesse, North Rhine-Westphalia and Saxony have posted the highest infection rates recently and the number of Covid-19 patients in intensive care has “risen sharply” since mid-October, the Berlin-based Robert Koch Institute said.

Germany is already in a partial lockdown that has closed museums, bars and restaurants but kept schools and most shops open. That may be extended well into next month as Europe’s biggest economy seeks to regain control over the spread of the coronavirus before people head home for the holidays, Bloomberg News reported on Friday.

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New Mexico State men's basketball team relocates to Phoenix .
The New Mexico State men's basketball team finalized its plan to relocate to Phoenix, Arizona, for at least the next five weeks.The Aggies began their search for a new home earlier this month after failing to receive leniency from Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham on the state's COVID-safe practice protocol.

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