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I've been following COVID-19 closely now since early February. While the situation in China was absolutely shocking because the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) absolutely failed its people and provided no public information for TWO MONTHS that the virus was in their midst, that is an administrative problem. It is not a problem of this virus. A government's cold-heartedness towards its population is not the fault of the virus.

What I see here in statistics is this:  If left unattended (as in the China case), this virus has the power and potential to do some pretty horrific damage. If notified and brought to public attention, this virus will go nowhere. It was most definitely worthwhile tracking it. The dice could have rolled any way!

The acid test for this virus is not case numbers... It is critical cases. That's because: Once hospital and medical resources become stretched in a country, very bad things can indeed happen. Eg: In Italy currently, there are 12,462 cases that have either been picked up by officials or from people reporting to their doctor. One twelfth of these reported cases are currently in a critical state. Of that 1,028 critical cases, 5.5% of them will die. That's 55 more people. That brings the total death toll for Italy to 882 people. Italy has a population of 60,461,826 people. What is 882 as a percentage of 60.46 million? I make it out to be 0.00145% or 15 deaths per million people. Not much is it? - especially considering that Italy has a culture of going around grabbing and kissing everyone not once, not twice... but THREE TIMES - just to make sure that random strangers and distance acquaintances really get a good dose of COVID-19 all over their skin and aerosolised around their face! ie: There's nothing for anyone to worry about. Even in a hugely populated super-tactile culture of people, this virus is not going to get a foothold.

Conclusion: Through data collection and looking for myself at what the trends are, I can pretty-much say that this virus is going to kill a lot less people than what we were first told. I'm sure it was designed to take out a lot more people that what it is going to. #GeorgiaGuidestones This virus is quite possibly the last shot across the bow that the power-brokers have been able to affect before all of the pedophiles and child rapists who pose as politicians, bureaucrats and administrators in countries all over the world, are arrested !!!!

Nice attempt guys. However:



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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK.  
Last updated: March 11, 2020 at 02:59 GMT

Coronavirus Cases:  119,186
Deaths:  4,298
Recovered:  66,619

Country. Total cases. New cases. Total deaths. Total recovered. Active cases. Critical.  Total per 1M pop.

March 11, 2020

    WHO press briefing:

    "PANDEMIC"

    But not the time for countries to move to mitigation
    Must still try to suppress transmission, continue with containment efforts
    All Travel from Europe to the United States suspended for 30 Days
    Ban will not apply to the UK
    Trump had said earlier: "I am fully prepared to use the full power of the Federal Government to deal with our current challenge of the CoronaVirus![source]
    Pence: “All the insurance companies [...] have agreed to waive all copays on coronavirus testing, and extend coverage for coronavirus treatment in all of their benefit plans,”
    Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases:
    "Things will get worse." How much worse it will get depends on 2 things, he said:
    1. containing the influx of infected people coming from other countries
    2. containing local outbreaks within the U.S.
    When pressed by lawmakers for an estimate of eventual fatalities in the U.S., Fauci said it will be “totally dependent upon how we respond to it.”
    “I can’t give you a number,” he said. “I can’t give you a realistic number until we put into the factor of how we respond. If we’re complacent and don’t do really aggressive containment and mitigation, the number could go way up and be involved in many, many millions.”
     ITALY SHUTS DOWN
    Italy closes all commercial activities, offices, cafes, shops
    Only transportation, pharmacies, groceries will remain open
  • UK: Boris Johnson calls emergency meeting to rule on closing schools and telling everyone to work from home [source]
  • 73 new cases in the UKbiggest daily rise [source] NHS to ramp up testing capacity from 1,500 to 8,000 tests per day [source]
  •  2 new deaths in the UK [source]
  • Germany: Merkel warns that up to 70% of Germany's population could contract the coronavirus, which would amount to 58 million people (population of 83.7 million people) [source] [Germany Population]
  • 343 new cases and 1 new death in Germany [source]
  •  2,313 new cases and 196 new deaths in Italy. About 600 new cases can be ascribed to the previous day's delay in reporting [source]
  •  582 new cases and 19 new deaths in Spain [source]
  •  497 new cases and 15 new deaths in France [source]
  •  252 new cases in Denmark:
    Government closes all schools and universities
    All public employees will be sent home beginning on March 13 [source]
  • Hungary declares State of Emergency[source]
    - closes all Universities
    - bans indoor events for more than 100 people
    - bans outdoor events for more than 500 people
    stops flights, trains and buses from Slovenia and Austria
    - tightens control of the border with Croatia
    - requires quarantine for Hungarian citizens returning from Italy, China, South Korea and Iran
  •  1st death and 9 new cases in Ireland [source]
  •  1st case in Ivory Coast: a 45-year old man in Abidjan [source]
  •  1st death in Ireland: a woman in the east of the country [source]
  •  1st death in Bulgaria: a 66-year old woman [source]
  • 4 new cases in Israel including a man in his 60s from central Israel whose contagion source is unknown [source]
  • New cases in Canada include:
    2 in Ontarioa radiation oncologist in Hamilton who had returned from a trip to Hawaii [source], and a man in his 50s [source]
    2 in Montreal
    , raising the total to 7 confirmed in Quebec [source]
  • 10 new cases in Greece, raising the total to 99, with at least 2 patients in intensive care [source]
  • 238 new cases in Qatar (total cases jumps from 24 to 262) [source]
  •  1st death in Sweden: an elderly patient [source]
  • 1 new case in Tunisia: a person who had traveled to Egypt [source]
  • 4 new cases in Cyprus: 3 men and 1 woman [source]
  •  3 new deaths in Belgium: a 90-year-old patient, a 73-year old patient and an 86-year old patient [source] [source47 new cases [source]
  • 1 new case in Brazil: a 52-year old patient in critical condition hospitalized in the Regional Hospital of Asa Norte [source]
  • 5 new cases in Brunei: 3 had attended the same religious gathering in Malaysia with the first confirmed patient, the other 2 had no history of travel [source]
  • 5 new cases in Hong Kong, including a Cathay Pacific flight attendant and members of an Egypt tour group [source]
  •  1st case in La Réunion: an 80-year-old man, returning from the United States who transited through Paris [source]
  • 6 new cases in Colombia [source]
  •  1 new death and 121 new cases in the Netherlands [source]
  • 3 new cases in Slovakia [source]
  • 9 new cases in Poland, including 3 persons in Cieszyn, 1 of which had potential contacts with schoolchildren (for which a decision was made to close all schools in town), a young man from the province Masovian (Warsaw), and a young woman from Łańcut [source] [source] All schools, as well as museums and cinemas, will close starting on Monday to curtail the spread of the coronavirus, Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said [source]
  • 23 new cases in Slovenia [source]
  • India: a 76-year-old man suspected to be infected with coronavirus dies in Karnataka 's Kalaburagi [source]
  • 2 new cases in Latvia: part of a group traveling back from northern Italy [source]
  • 12 new cases in Singapore: 8 cases, including 3 Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) servicemen who were in France on duty, were imported. One other case is linked to the private dinner function at the Joy Garden restaurant at Safra Jurong, Singapore's biggest coronavirus cluster [source]
  • 4 new cases in Iceland, all related to international skiing trips [source]
  • 3rd death in Germany [source] and 57 new cases [source], including the first German professional football player to test positive for coronavirus [source]
  • 34 new cases in Norway [source]
  • 6 new cases in Romania: including a 43-year-old woman doctor, contact of the patient who was admitted to the Dimitrie Gerota Hospital in Bucharest, and a 42-year-old man from Iasi who returned from Venice, Italy [source]
  • 1 new case in Saudi Arabia: an Egyptian man who was passing through King Abdul Aziz Airport in Jeddah on the way to Cairo from New York [source]
  • 18 new cases in Portugal, 83 people awaiting laboratory results and 471 suspected cases [source]
  • 19 new cases in Finland [source]
  •  1st death in Albania: a 73 year-old woman from Durres who had returned from Italy. Reports say she was suffering from severe health complications [source]
  • 122 new cases in Sweden [source]
  •  958 new cases63 new deaths and 228 new recoveries in Iran. Total cases reach 9,000 [source]
  • 1 new case in Croatia: a young male hairdresser who returned from Munich, Germany [source]
  • 2 new cases in Morocco: a wife and son of a previously confirmed case [source]
  • 2 new cases in Albania [source]
  • 1 new case in Malta: a man who contracted the infection while on holiday in Italy [source]
  • 7 new cases in Indonesia: all imported [source]
  • 7 new cases in Serbia [source]
  • 79 new cases in Bahrain, including 77 Bahrain citizens evacuated from Iran (out of the 165 total evacuees) [source]
  • 16 new cases in the Philippines [source]
  • 4 new case in Vietnam:
    - a 64-year old woman, 37-year old woman, and 28-year old man, contacts of a previous case [source]
    - a 29-year old woman who had direct contact with 2 British nationals at a supermarket [source]
  •  1 new death in Lebanon: a 55-year-old man who was infected from one of his students coming from abroad. Reports note that he was not suffering from any pre-existing condition, but "his immune system was weak" and he had transmitted the infection to his wife and 2 children [source]
  • 24 new cases in Austria [source]
  • 6 new cases in South Africa: a 33 year old woman who returned from a trip to Italy, a 34 and 33 year-old couple who traveled to Germany, a 57 year-old man who traveled to Austria and Italy, a 40 year old man who traveled to Portugal, and a 36 year old man who traveled to multiple countries including Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Turkey [source]
  •  First 2 cases in Honduras [source]
    - a 42-year-old Honduran pregnant woman who entered the country asymptomatically on March 4 on a flight from Spain. At this time she is hospitalized, clinically stable
    - a 37-year-old Honduran who entered the country on March 5 on a flight from Switzerland. The patient has a clinical picture of mild disease and has remained in home self-isolation, with medical surveillance since entering the country
  • 1 new case in Israel, bringing the total to 76 [source] [source]
    Mass events canceled, no gatherings over 2,000 people
    - Police will help catch Israelis who break quarantine
    - Hundreds of schoolchildren quarantined

    Law enforcement will monitor Israelis returning from abroad
    - 25 diagnosed with coronavirus on Tuesday, including Israeli returning from U.S.
  • 3 new cases in Kuwait [source]
  • 2 new cases in the Maldives [source]
  •  1 new death in Indonesia: a 53-year-old woman with underlying health conditions
  • 6 new cases in Thailand [source]
  • 1 new case in Mexico: a 47-year-old man who arrived from a trip from Italy [source]
  • New cases in Australia include:
    3 new cases in Queensland: a 42-year-old female partner of a 38-year-old woman who tested positive and recently travelled from London through Dubai, as well as a 22-year-old man who attended a nightclub for multiple times over the weekend. Queensland Health is asking anyone who attended the CBD nightclub in Brisbane between 6pm last Friday and 11pm on Monday to contact 13 HEALTH if they become unwell [source]
    2 new cases in South Australia: men in their 60s and 70s who traveled abroad and will most likely be taken to the Royal Adelaide
    4 new cases in New South Wales: 3 women in their 20s and 30s who returned from Italy together and 1 resident of a nursing facility in his 70s [source]
  • 1 new case in Taiwan: a woman in her 30s who had traveled to the UK [source]
  • 1 new case in Sri Lanka: a 52-year old Sri Lankan tour guide who had worked with a group of Italian tourists [source]
  • United States new cases include:
    - 1 new case in Virginia [source]
    - 3 new cases in Louisiana [source]
    - 5 new cases in Georgia [source]
    - 8 new cases in Florida [source]
    First 2 cases in Michigan (Oakland and Wayne counties), Michigan: Gov. Whitmer declared a state of emergency [source]
  • 242 new cases in South Korea [source]
  • 24 new cases22 new deaths (all in Hubei) and 1,578 new discharges occurred in China on March 10, as reported by the National Health Commission (NHC) of China [source]
  •  7 new cases, including 1 death, in Panama [source]
  • 3 new cases in Paraguay [source]


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