Friday, March 13, 2020

COVID 19 Medtalks of 127 countries

COVID 19 Medtalks of 127 countries
Dr KK Aggarwal
President CMAAO, HCFI and Past National President IMA

Confirmed Cases and Deaths by Country, Territory, or Conveyance
The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 127 countries and territories around the world and 1 international conveyance (the Diamond Princess cruise ship harbored in Yokohama, Japan). The day is reset after midnight GMT+0.
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Total
Cases
New
Cases
Total
Deaths
New
Deaths
Total
Recovered
Active
Cases
Serious,
Critical
Tot Cases/
1M pop
80,797
+4
3,170
+1
62,874
14,753
4,257
56.1
15,113
+2,651
1,016
+189
1,258
12,839
1,153
250.0
10,075
+1,075
429
+75
3,276
6,370
120.0
7,979
+224
67
+7
510
7,402
93
155.6
3,146
+869
86
+31
189
2,871
190
67.3
2,876
+595
61
+13
12
2,803
129
44.1
2,745
+779
6
+3
25
2,714
9
32.8
1,716
+415
41
+3
30
1,645
10
5.2
Switzerland
868
+216
7
+3
4
857
100.3
Norway
800
+171
1
+1
1
798
147.6
Diamond Princess
696
7
325
364
32
Japan
691
+52
19
+4
118
554
29
5.5
Sweden
687
+187
1
1
685
2
68.0
Denmark
674
+160
1
673
2
116.4
Netherlands
614
+111
5
2
607
1
35.8
590
+130
10
+2
18
562
20
8.7
Belgium
399
+85
3
1
395
2
34.4
Austria
361
+115
1
+1
4
356
1
40.1
Qatar
262
262
90.9
Bahrain
197
+2
35
162
1
115.8
Singapore
187
+9
96
91
12
32.0
Malaysia
158
+9
26
132
2
4.9
Australia
156
+28
3
26
127
1
6.1
Canada
142
+32
1
11
130
1
3.8
Hong Kong
130
3
77
50
6
17.3
Greece
117
+18
1
+1
116
2
11.2
Czechia
113
+19
113
10.6
Finland
109
+44
1
108
19.7
Iceland
109
+24
109
Israel
109
+12
4
105
2
12.6
Slovenia
96
+39
96
46.2
UAE
85
+11
20
65
2
8.6
Iraq
83
+12
8
+1
24
51
2.1
Egypt
80
+13
2
+1
27
51
0.8
Kuwait
80
+8
5
75
4
18.7
Portugal
78
+17
1
77
1
7.6
Brazil
77
+25
77
2
0.4
India
74
+12
1
+1
4
69
0.1
San Marino
72
+3
5
+2
67
3
Ireland
70
+27
1
69
6
14.2
Thailand
70
+11
1
35
34
1
1.0
Lebanon
68
3
+1
1
64
3
10.0
Romania
59
+12
6
53
1
3.1
Philippines
52
+3
2
2
48
1
0.5
Poland
51
+20
1
+1
50
3
1.3
Taiwan
49
+1
1
20
28
2.1
Saudi Arabia
45
1
44
1.3
Vietnam
39
16
23
0.4
Indonesia
34
1
3
30
0.1
Russia
34
+6
3
31
0.2
Chile
33
+10
33
1.7
Palestine
31
+1
31
6.1
Argentina
30
+9
1
29
1
0.7
Croatia
27
+8
1
26
6.6
Estonia
27
+11
27
20.4
Algeria
26
+6
2
+2
10
14
0.6
Luxembourg
26
+19
26
1
Georgia
25
+1
25
1
6.3
Brunei
25
+14
25
Serbia
24
+6
24
2.7
Albania
23
+8
1
22
8.0
Bulgaria
23
+16
1
22
3.3
Costa Rica
23
+1
23
1
4.5
Peru
22
+5
22
0.7
Belarus
21
+12
3
18
2.2
Pakistan
21
+1
2
19
0.1
Slovakia
21
+11
21
3.8
Oman
18
9
9
3.5
Ecuador
17
17
1
1.0
South Africa
17
+4
17
0.3
Latvia
16
+6
1
15
8.5
Hungary
16
+3
16
1.7
Azerbaijan
15
+4
1
+1
3
11
1.5
Panama
14
1
13
3.2
Tunisia
13
+6
13
2
1.1
Mexico
12
+1
4
8
1
0.1
Bosnia and Herzegovina
11
+4
11
3.4
Macao
10
10
0
Senegal
10
+6
1
9
0.6
Cyprus
10
+4
10
8.3
North Macedonia
9
1
8
4.3
Colombia
9
9
0.2
Malta
9
+2
9
Maldives
8
8
Afghanistan
7
7
0.2
Morocco
6
1
5
1
0.2
Armenia
6
+5
6
2.0
French Guiana
6
6
Moldova
6
+3
6
1.5
Cambodia
5
1
4
0.3
Dominican Republic
5
5
0.5
New Zealand
5
5
1.0
Paraguay
5
5
1
0.7
Liechtenstein
4
+1
4
RĂ©union
4
+3
4
Lithuania
3
3
1.1
Sri Lanka
3
+1
1
2
0.1
Ukraine
3
+2
3
0.1
Bangladesh
3
3
Bolivia
3
+1
3
0.3
Channel Islands
3
+1
3
Cuba
3
3
0.3
Martinique
3
3
Nigeria
2
2
Burkina Faso
2
2
0.1
Cameroon
2
2
0.1
Faeroe Islands
2
2
Ghana
2
+2
2
0.1
Honduras
2
2
0.2
Jamaica
2
2
0.7
Saint Martin
2
2
Guyana
1
+1
1
+1
0
Andorra
1
1
Jordan
1
1
0.1
Monaco
1
1
Nepal
1
1
0
Bhutan
1
1
Ivory Coast
1
1
DRC
1
1
French Polynesia
1
1
Gibraltar
1
1
0
Vatican City
1
1
Mongolia
1
1
0.3
St. Barth
1
1
St. Vincent Grenadines
1
1
Togo
1
1
0.1
Trinidad and Tobago
1
+1
1
0.7
Turkey
1
1
Total:
134,670
8,456
4,973
345
69,142
60,555
5,994
17.3
Highlighted in green
= all cases have recovered from the infection
Highlighted in grey
= all cases have had an outcome (there are no active cases)

The "New" columns for China display the previous day changes (as China reports after the day is over). For all other countries, the "New" columns display the changes for the current day while still in progress.

 

 

 

Numbers may be underestimated

 

•           Myanmar has limited kits so will check only symptomatic cases

•           Sweden announced that testing for Covid-19 will cease unless you are hospitalized or belong to one of the risk groups. Even if you report corona-like symptoms [source]

•           South Korea 66 deaths with 78679 patients and on the other hand Italy with 12462 patients with 827 deaths. This only signifies the country specific policy of checking for mild patients or not.

3.         Clinic develops COVID-19 detection test

4.         The Indian Council of Medical Research has isolated the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) from 11 patients that could serve as the base material for efforts to develop a vaccine even though coming out with an indigenous shot would take at least 18-24 months.

           

 

March 12 (GMT):



  • United States:
    New Mexico to close all K-12 public schools for 3 weeks
    Washington State Governor orders schools to close 
    until April 24 in KingPierce and Snohomish Counties [source]
    Maryland will close all schools for 2 weeks starting Monday
    Ohio governor closes schools Monday 
    through at least April 3 [source]
    California: many schools in the Bay Area close due to the coronavirus outbreak 
    [source]
    Kentucky Governor asks all schools to close for at least 2 weeks 
    [source]
    Massachusetts: a number of schools are closing 
    [source]
    - Coronavirus outbreak “
    could easily be a a 6 month crisis” said New York Mayor Bill de Blasio as he declared a state of emergency in the city on Thursday, adding that New Yorkers should expect “major changes” from day-to-day because there’s a pattern of “extraordinary new information on what now feels like an hourly basis” With at least 328 total cases in New York, of which more than 100 added today, the number of cases in the city is projected to rise to 1,000 by next week, de Blasio said [source]
  • In the UK, the infection is expected to build to a peak in May or June. Chris Whitty, the chief medical officer, said that worst-case scenario planning projected that 80% of the country would contract the virus, with a 1% mortality rate. This equates to more than 500,000 deaths in the UK [source]
  • Jamaica to close all schools [source]
  • Lithuania (3 cases total) and Latvia (16 cases total) close schools, ban large public gatherings over coronavirus [source]
  •  1st case in Trinidad and Tobago: a 52-year old man who had returned from Switzerland and had self-isolated before showing symptoms [source]
  •  Virus can remain viable "in aerosols up to 3 hours, up to 4 hours on copper, up to 24 hours on cardboard and up to 2-3 days on plastic and stainless steel" a Princeton study awaiting peer review has found [source]
  •  1stdeath in India: a 76-year old man from Karnataka [source]
  • France to close all schools and universities beginning Monday, March 16. Employers urged to let staff work from home [source]
  • Israel is closing all schools and university beginning Friday, March 13 [source]
  • Greece is closing all the courthouses, theaters, cinemas, gyms, children playgrounds and nightclubs in the country, after having already closed the schools two days ago [source]
  • UK - Boris Johnson has addressed the nation today: [source]
    called coronavirus "worst public health crisis for a generation"
    warned "many families are going to lose loved ones before their time"
    UK is 4 weeks behind Italy
    true UK cases likely up to 10,000
    if you have symptoms stay home
    more drastic measures to come
  • 2 new deaths in Germany [source] [source]
  •  1st death in Norway, as the country shuts down for 2 weeks [source] [source] [source]
  • Turkey has closed all schools for 1 week and universities for 3 weeks [source]
  • 2 new cases in Armenia: they had been in close contact with a previously confirmed case of a woman who had arrived from Italy. They had fever and later tested positive for coronavirus. They now feel well and have no fever [source]
  •  2,651 new cases, 189 new deaths, and 213 new recoveries in ItalyDeath toll tops 1,000 [source]
  • United StatesNBA suspended its season indefinitely after a player on the Utah Jazz has tested positive for COVID-19 earlier today [source] Later during the day, a second Utah Jazz player tested positive for coronavirus, as a suspended NBA considers next steps [source]
  • United States updates include:
     1st death in Kansas
     1st death in Georgia
    : a 67-year old year old man who was hospitalized at WellStar Kennestone Hospital. He had underlying medical conditions 
    [source]
    - 1st case in Maine: a woman who recently returned from an outbreak area 
    [source]
    - 3 new cases in Washington State, for a total of 379
    - 13 new cases in Massachusetts, for a total of 108
    - 11 new cases in Colorado, for a total of 45
    - 6 new cases in New Jersey, for a total of 29
    - 9 in Tennessee, for a total of 18
    - 5 in North Carolina, for a total of 14
    3 in Nevada, for a total of 10
    - 4 in Minnesota, for a toal of 9
    - 1 in New Hampshire, for a total of 6
    - 5 in Arkansas, for a total of 6
    - 2 new in Utah, for a total of 5 (2 Utah Jazz players)
    - 1 in Oklahoma, for a total of 3
    - 2 new in Texas, for a total of 25 
    [source]
    - 6 new in Pennsylvania, for a total of 22 
    [source]
    - 7 new in Virginia (including a Longwood student), for a total of 18 
    [source]
    - 1 new in Louisiana, for a total of 14 
    [source]
    - 3 new in Kansas, for a total of 4 
    [source]
    - 1 new in New Mexico, for a total of 5 
    [source]
    - 3 new in Delaware, for a total of 4 
    [source]
    - at least 5 new cases in North Carolina for a total of 14 
    [source] [source] [source]
    - 3 in Wisconsin, for a total of 6 
    [source]
    - at least 112 new in New York State, for a total of 328 in the state 
    [source]
    - 4 in Florida for a total of 35 
    [source] [source]
    - 13 in California (Riverside County) for a total of 197 cases and 4 deaths 
    [source]
    1st case in Mississippi: a Forrest county adult male who recently traveled to Florida 
    [source]
  • 1 new death in Azerbaijan: a 51-year old woman who had been quarantined after returning from Iran [source] 4 new cases [source]
  • 31 new deaths and 782 new cases in Spain [source] Total cases surpass 3,000
  • Lithuania (3 cases in total) closes all schools for 2 weeksbans mass events, and recommends to avoid travel to high risk countries (China, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Italy, France, Germany and Spain) [source]. Capital City of Vilnius also closes museums, cinemas, sport clubs, etc. Recommends to organise work from home to all companies. City administration is to provide its services online and via phone only [source]
  • US travel ban from Europe (read original document), which does not apply to the UK and Ireland, will go into effect on Friday March 13 (tomorrow) at 23:59 ET (midnight). Americans returning from Europe “will be funneled through 13 different airports,” be subject to screening, and asked “to self-quarantine for 14 days” said Pence [source]
  • 2 new deaths and 130 new cases in the UK [source]
  • 1 new case in Cyprus: a person who had recently arrived from the UK [source]
  • 167 new cases in Sweden[source] which announced that testing for Covid-19 will cease unless you are hospitalized or belong to one of the risk groups. Even if you report corona-like symptoms [source]
  • 1 new case in Pakistan: a 31 year-old man who returned from Iran [source]
  • 2 new cases in Czech Republic, bringing the total to 96. State of Emergency declared [source]
  • 1 new case in Senegal: a Senegalese national who returned to Dakar from Italy [source]
  • 1 new case in Estonia [source]
  • 111 new cases in the Netherlands [source]
  • 1 new case in the Republic of Moldova: a young man who recently returned from Italy [source]
  • 85 new cases in Belgium [source]
  • Republic of Ireland announces that all schools will be closed for 17 days starting today. Indoor gatherings of more than 100 people and outdoor gatherings of more than 500 should be canceled [source]
  • 1 new case in Sri Lanka (second in the country): a 44-year-old man shared a hotel room in Dambulla with the first confirmed case [source]
  • At least 3 Albanians have died in Italy so far, including a 55-year-old who had diabetes, according to reports [source]
  • 1 new case in Palestine: a 20 year-old woman in Bethlehem [source]
  • 11 new cases in the UAE: 2 Italians, 2 Filipinos, 1 Montenegrin, Canadian, German, Pakistani, Emirati, Russian and British citizen [source]
  • 1st death in Austria: a 69 year-old man in Vienna [source] 115 new cases, total over 300 [source]
    Schools will be closed
    , over 1 million students will stay at home until at least April 12. Chancellor Sebastian Kurz appealed that grandparents should not take care of the children, so that the elderly be protected against the coronavirus. Children are "much less at risk when it comes to illnesses, but at the same time we know that children are strong multipliers," said Health Minister Anschober [source]
  • 8 new cases in Iceland [source]
  • 8 new cases in Albania: all have connections with Italy [source]
  • 3 new cases in Armenia: a 51 year-old Italian man and 45 and 27 year-old Armenians that returned from Italy [source]
  • 6 new cases in Slovakia, declares 'state of emergency' [source]
  • 32 new cases in Slovenia[source] [source]
    - the government will declare an epidemic
    - all educational institutions will close
    - those forced to stay at home will be paid 80 percent of their salary
  • 1st death and 20 new cases in Poland: a 57 year-old woman dies [source] [source]
  • 75 deaths, 1,075 new cases, and 317 new recoveries in Iran [source]
  • Over 100 new cases in Denmark [source]
  • 3 new cases in the Philippines [source]
  • 12 new cases in Luxembourglocal transmission was noted for 2 cases [source]
  • 2 deaths in Lebanon: one of the victims a 55 year-old teacher [source]
  • 1 new case in the Channel Islands (Jersey): a person returning from north-west Italy [source]
  • 4 new cases in Bosnia and Herzegovina: 2 of the cases are a man and a woman returned from skiing in Austria [source]
  • 1 new case in Serbia [source]
  • 1 new case in Taiwan: a woman in her 40s who traveled to Ireland and Belgium [source]
  • 4 new cases in South Africa: 38 year-old male living in Turkey and visiting family, a 27 year-old female who traveled to the United States, a 43 year-old male who traveled to New York via Dubai, a 32 year-old male who came in contact with a Chinese businessman [source]
  • 8 new cases in Kuwait: cases connected by travel to Azerbaijan and Iran [source]
  • 1st death and 4 new cases in Algeria: infected by a visiting relative from France [source]
  •  56 new cases in Austria [source]
  • 1st death in Greece: a 66 year-old citizen [source]
  • 3 new cases in Israel [source]
  • 28 new cases in Australia, including actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson [source]
  • 7 new cases in Norway: 2 cases related to outbreaks abroad [source]
  • new cases in Peru [source]
  • 114 new cases and 6 new deaths in South Korea [source]
  • 15 new cases11 new deaths (10 in Hubei) and 1,318 new discharges occurred in China on March 11, as reported by the National Health Commission (NHC) of China [source]

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