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#BREAKING The US becomes the first country to record more than 2,000 #coronavirus deaths in one day, with 2,108 fatalities in the past 24 hours, according to the Johns Hopkins University tally



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US coronavirus cases top 500,000, at least 18,777 dead

There are at least 501,615 cases of coronavirus in the US and at least 18,777 people have died in the US from coronavirus, according to a Johns Hopkins University's tally of cases in the United States.

The totals includes cases from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and other U.S. territories, as well as all repatriated cases.

Wyoming is the only state that is not reporting a death from coronavirus.


Medical workers take in patients at a special coronavirus intake area at Maimonides Medical Center on April 10 in the Borough Park neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Officials warn of risk of ending social distancing measures: If the US ends social distancing and other coronavirus mitigation strategies by May 1, as President Donald Trump has encouraged, case numbers in the country could rebound, officials warned.

The projections are based on new modeling scenarios run by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington that assume social distancing policies will end from next month.

"The risk of rebound is very great," IHME Director Dr. Chris Murray told CNN late Friday.
The projections are based on new modeling scenarios run by IHME that assume social distancing policies will end from next month.

"If we were to stop at the national level May 1st, we're seeing (in models) a return to almost where we are now sometime in July, so a rebound ... Definitely there's a very substantial risk of rebound if we don't wait to the point where most transmission is near zero in each state."
The research center plans to release state-level analyses based on the new models next week, Murray said.

The warning comes after Trump said he wanted to reopen the country's economy, despite many researchers and medical staff saying it's far too early for such a move.

 

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US coronavirus cases top 500,000, at least 18,777 dead

There are at least 501,615 cases of coronavirus in the US and at least 18,777 people have died in the US from coronavirus, according to a Johns Hopkins University's tally of cases in the United States.

The totals includes cases from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and other U.S. territories, as well as all repatriated cases.

Wyoming is the only state that is not reporting a death from coronavirus.


Medical workers take in patients at a special coronavirus intake area at Maimonides Medical Center on April 10 in the Borough Park neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Officials warn of risk of ending social distancing measures: If the US ends social distancing and other coronavirus mitigation strategies by May 1, as President Donald Trump has encouraged, case numbers in the country could rebound, officials warned.

The projections are based on new modeling scenarios run by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington that assume social distancing policies will end from next month.


The projections are based on new modeling scenarios run by IHME that assume social distancing policies will end from next month.


The research center plans to release state-level analyses based on the new models next week, Murray said.

The warning comes after Trump said he wanted to reopen the country's economy, despite many researchers and medical staff saying it's far too early for such a move.

Kes kat AS ni saja dah dekat 1/3 jumlah kes di dunia
Teruk sangat dah
 

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Ecuador reports biggest jump in coronavirus cases amid criticism over mishandling of victims' bodies
From CNN's Radina Gigova in Atlanta and CNNE's Daniel Silva in Miami

Ecuador reported a significant jump of 2,196 new coronavirus cases over the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of cases to 7,161, the country's Ministry of Health announced on Friday.

While those numbers represent the biggest daily jump over a 24-hour period, authorities are advising that some of those infections may have occurred at an earlier time without being registered then.

So far 297 people have died from the virus, the ministry said.

Coffins with bodies await to be buried Jardines de Esperanza cemetery on April 10, in Pascuales, Guayaquil, Ecuador. Getty Images/Eduardo Maquilon

Bodies left on the streets: The majority of the cases were reported in the country's most populous city of Guayaquil and Guayas province, where residents said health services have collapsed and dead bodies of victims had to be left on the streets for collection by authorities.

President Lenin Moreno has called for an investigation into the mishandling of bodies of coronavirus victims.

In a televised speech Friday evening, Moreno said every citizen plays a role in overcoming the crisis and called for solidarity and discipline when it comes to social distancing and security measures.

Winning this war depends on each one of us," Moreno said. "During an emergency every minute counts, the actions of each person can change everything."

Emergency could turn into "social tragedy": "The painful experience of other countries, some of the most developed countries in the world, shows that if we don't implement an emergency plan, the emergency could turn into social tragedy because of the lack of employment, lack of income and lack of food," Moreno said, adding that his government is doing its best to make sure that medical workers have enough equipment and protective gear.

Also on Friday, the mayor of the city of Guayaquil, Cynthia Viteri, reiterated her call for help and her criticism towards the national government in an interview with CNNE.

Viteri acknowledged that her city and the province of Guayas are currently the epicenter of outbreak in the country and said the number of deaths is likely even higher than the reported figures.

Can I explain why? Because tests were not available before, they [people] die without being tested, and there is no space to conduct autopsies and the subsequent examinations," she said.
 

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New York accounts for one third of all coronavirus fatalities in the United States. What has made New York a virus hotspot in the United States? Watch our report to know more.
 

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Hanya 1 dalam kalangan 5 pesakit sebar COVID-19 di Jepun


GENEVA: Hanya seorang dalam kalangan lima pesakit positif COVID-19 menyebarkan jangkitan kepada orang lain.

Pengarah Eksekutif Program Kecemasan Kesihatan, Pertubuhan Kesihatan Sedunia (WHO), Michael Ryan, berkata perkara dirumuskan mengikut data dari Jepun.

“Ini didedahkan Jepun, yang mempunyai kumpulan ‘pembanteras COVID-19’ iaitu saluran penyampaian maklumat berguna kepada masyarakat.

“Jepun mencapai kesimpulan itu selepas melihat dengan teliti kes COVID-19 di tiga bandar utama termasuk Tokyo, yang tidak menunjukkan kaitan dengan rantaian penularan virus,” katanya.

Tambah beliau, ia bukan perkembangan baik, namun mereka tetap memantaunya dalam usaha mengekang penularan coronavirus baharu itu.

Jelas Ryan, berdasarkan data yang dilihat, Jepun komited memastikan langkah-langkah pencegahan diambil dengan baik.

“Saya sudah lihat data itu pagi tadi, nampaknya Jepun begitu agresif mengikut semua saranan WHO,” katanya.

Jepun dijangka memperluaskan langkah sama ke bandar-bandar lain. -AGENSI
 

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COVID-19: Doktor rayu bantuan PPE untuk hospital meninggal dunia

Dr Abdul Mabud Chowdhury.

LONDON: Seorang pakar perunding urologi, Dr Abdul Mabud Chowdhury, meninggal dunia akibat COVID-19 selepas 15 hari dirawat di Hospital Queens, Romford.

Beliau lebih dikenali sebagai doktor yang merayu kepada Perdana Menteri Britain, Boris Johnson, menerusi Facebook supaya kerajaan sediakan lebih banyak peralatan perlindungan diri (PPE) untuk kegunaan petugas barisan hadapan hospital.

Dr Chowdhury, yang sebelum ini bertugas di Hospital Homerton di Hackney, timur London, membuat rayuan itu kira-kira sebulan lalu selain mahu semua petugas kesihatan melalui saringan supaya kesihatan mereka sentiasa dipantau.

“Kepada Perdana Menteri dihormati, Boris Johnson, tolong sediakan segera PPE untuk setiap kakitangan dan petugas kesihatan NHS,” tulisnya di laman Facebook.

Katanya, petugas kesihatan secara langsung adalah kontak rapat dengan pesakit di samping mempunyai hak asasi seperti orang lain untuk hidup selamat dengan keluarga tersayang tanpa bimbang dijangkiti COVID-19.

Sementara itu, Datuk Bandar Hackney, Philip Glanville, dalam ciapan twitter, menganggap Dr Chowdhury sebagai hero negara.

“Saya harap kematiannya bukan disebabkan isu kekurangan PPE dan ujian berkaitan yang disuarakannya.

“Ia satu kehilangan besar dalam ikhtiarnya memberi rawatan terbaik kepada masyarakat, memastikan kami selamat dan kakitangannya mendapat keperluan mencukupi,” katanya.

Persatuan Doktor Islam berkata mereka sangat sedih dengan kematian Dr Chowdhury, anak kelahiran Bangladesh berusia 53 tahun yang tidak mempunyai masalah kesihatan.

Berdasarkan catatan Facebook, Dr Chowdhury meninggalkan seorang isterinya dan dua anak. - AGENSI
 

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Nearly 60,000 people have recovered from coronavirus in Spain
From CNN's Tim Lister in Madrid

A total of 59,109 people in Spain have now recovered after contracting coronavirus -- an increase of more than 11,000 over the past three days -- according to new data from the Spanish Health Ministry released Saturday.

Healthcare staff in protective suits disinfect as they leave a section of the ICU of the Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge on April 09, in L´Hospitalet del Llobregat, near Barcelona, Spain. David Ramos/Getty Images

However, the number of deaths recorded in Spain has risen by 510 in the past 24 hours, an increase of 3.2%. The total number of deaths stands at 16,353.

Active cases increase: The number of active cases rose to 86,390 (a figure that excludes those who have died or recovered from the virus). That’s an increase of 1.5% -- slightly higher than the rate of increase over the past four days.
 

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Armenia has extended the state of emergency by another 30 days. It declared the measures last month to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, which has so far infected nearly 1,000 people.

Armenia has closed educational institutions, halted all public transportation and barred foreigners from entering.

The former Soviet country, which has population of 3 million, has also said it will postpone a referendum on changes to the constitutional court until after the emergency.

The decision to extend the state of emergency, announced by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, is expected to be formally approved by parliament next week.

 

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India extends lockdown

The Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, has decided to extend a nationwide lockdown to tackle the spread of the coronavirus, the Delhi state’s chief minister said on Saturday, without saying how long the extension would be.

Modi earlier in the day held a video conference call with several state ministers. Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, said Modi had “taken a correct decision to extend the lockdown”, without sharing further details.

“If it is stopped now, all gains would be lost. To consolidate, it is imp (important) to extend it,” Kejriwal said on Twitter.

India’s 21-day lockdown ends on Tuesday but several states had urged Modi to extend it further, even as concerns have risen that the shutdown has put millions of poor people out of work and forced an exodus of migrant workers from cities to villages.

 
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