Live Updates: Coronavirus Pandemic Is ‘Accelerating’ – WHO Warns

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11:02 pm

Global count currently at 416,066

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10:53 pm

Iraq: 50 new cases and 4 deaths today

Total active cases at at 214

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10:51 pm

Qatar: 25 new cases today, total active cases at 485

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10:43 pm

Bahrain: Representatives Council Approve ‘Partial Curfew’ Proposal

The Council of Representatives today held its 24th meeting of the second session of the fifth Legislative Term, under the chairmanship of Speaker, Fawzia bint Abdulla Zainal.

The Speaker extended deepest thanks, appreciation and gratitude to His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa for the launch of the economic stimulus package, worth BD 4.3 billion, to mitigate the effects of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The session approved several urgent proposals and referred them to the government. They included mainly:

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– Enforcing partial curfew from 06:00 pm to 05:00 am, with the exception of those whose work requires otherwise.

– Giving illegal expatriate workers a grace period to rectify their legal situation and leave the country to limit the spread of COVID-19.

– Setting up a new fund for contributions and donations of businessmen, national companies, banks and individuals to cover costs of COVID-19 and other disasters.

– Including working mothers in companies, entities and institutions in which the state owns 50% in the working from home system for women in public sector.

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– Delivering e-services at ministries and service departments.

– Paying an incentive bonus for volunteers in the National Campaign to Combat ‘Coronavirus’.

– The economic stimulus package should be limited to supporting small, medium-sized and micro private sector companies and enterprises which have been affected negatively by COVID-19, and the precautionary measures enforced to combat it.

– Granting teachers a holiday like students.

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10:43 pm

Bahrain’s Therapeutic Medication Proves Effective

President of the Supreme Council of Health (SCH) Lt. General Dr Shaikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, the Head of the National Taskforce to Combat Coronavirus (COVID-19), has affirmed that the therapeutic protocol of the Kingdom of Bahrain which uses Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) medication in treating COVID-19-infected cases has proved its effectiveness.

He said the kingdom is one of the first countries that used the medication, pointing out its success in alleviating the symptoms of the virus and reducing its complications.

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The SCH President noted that the Kingdom of Bahrain used Hydroxychloroquine on February 26, 2020, after detecting the first COVID-19 case two days before.

He pointed out that the National Taskforce to Combat COVID-19 decided to use the medication to treat the cases according to the experience of the countries which achieved remarkable success in curing the coronavirus-infected cases, like China and South Korea where the recovery indices rose remarkably.

The SCH President affirmed that Hydroxychloroquine is used as the main cure for diseases like Malaria, rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. It proved to be very effective in alleviating virus-related symptoms, pneumonia, pain and fever, he added, pointing out that applying the therapeutic protocol depends on the pathological case.

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10:34 pm

UAE: 50 new cases, 248 total tally

The United Arab Emirates has announced 50 new Coronavirus cases, raising the total number to 248.

Four patients recovered, raising the total number of recovered patients to 45.

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10:24 pm

Bahrain: All Incoming Currency to be Disinfected

The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has instructed Money Changers to disinfect all incoming currency notes and wholesale imported notes to limit the risk of exposure to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Money Changers are required to employ Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) devices or isolation of incoming currency and wholesale imported notes for 72 hours to disinfect them.

Money Changers Licensees are also required to equip employees with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as per recommendations outlined by the Ministry of Health.

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In a similar move, the central bank earlier said it was deep cleaning all its currencies and destroying potentially infected cash in a bid to prevent Covid-19 spread.

Instructions were also given to money transfer companies here to wear protective gloves during daily withdrawals and deposits.

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10:23 pm

Turkey: Death toll reaches 44

Turkey’s death toll has risen by seven to 44 people.

The total number of cases in the country has now increased to 343.

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10:20 pm

UAE Lifts Restrictions on Few Voice-Calling Programs

The United Arab Emirates lifted restrictions on some programs that allow voice calls over the Internet, including Microsoft Skype for Business and Google Hang Out, to help people work from home and avoid spreading the coronavirus.

Applications allowed on all networks in the country are: Microsoft Times, Zoom, and Blackboard Applications compatible with fixed Internet networks are: Microsoft Skype for Business and Google Hang Out.

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10:12 pm

Bahrain: Two Hotel Guests Test Positive for Coronavirus

A hotel in Seef was evacuated and sterilized after two cases of coronavirus of Spanish visitors were discovered.

The two Spanish tourists, aged 32 and 43, came from Spain on March 18th. The two visitors were examined at Bahrain International Airport, but the results appeared later when they were at the hotel located in Seef district.

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10:06 pm

Bahrain Records 2 Fresh Cases, Bringing total to 212

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09:32 pm

Harvard’s president tests positive for coronavirus

Harvard President Lawrence S. Bacow said he and his wife have tested positive for coronavirus.

Earlier this month, Harvard announced it would be moving to online classes and asked students to move out of on-campus housing.

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09:12 pm

Spain: Doctors complain of lack of equipment

Doctors in Spain have complained of a lack of basic protective equipment as 514 people died with the virus in the country in a single day and the latest figures revealed that Spanish healthcare workers account for more than 13% of the country’s 39,673 cases.

The Madrid region has logged 12,352 cases – almost a third of the national total – and 1,535 deaths.

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09:12 pm

Italian PM ‘hopes’ to loosen restrictions soon

Italy’s prime minister Giuseppe Conte has said that he hopes to be able to loosen the country’s lockdown restrictions very soon.

Italy has had 6,820 deaths.

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08:57 pm

Sweden: Petition to change coronavirus strategy

More than 350 public health academics and practitioners in Sweden ranging from full professors to post-doc researchers have signed a petition calling on the government to change its coronavirus strategy.

Sweden has closed senior high schools and universities, banned gatherings of more than 500, asked all citizens to avoid non-essential travel and advised those who feel ill and are aged over 70 to stay at home.

But unlike most EU countries it has not introduced stricter suppression and social distancing orders, such as closing lower schools, non-essential shops, cafes and restaurants, or confining citizens to their homes.

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It is also no longer testing the majority of people who show symptoms of Covid-19.

Anders Tegnell, the country’s chief epidemiologist, has described Sweden’s strategy as trying to ensure “a slow spread of infection, and that the health services have a reasonable workload”, arguing that it is important for part of the population to acquire immunity.

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08:54 pm

Trump wants the US “opened up and just raring to go by Easter”

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08:53 pm

Global count surpasses 400,000

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08:47 pm

Italy: Death toll rises by 743 in 42 hours

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08:41 pm

Greece: 743 total confirmed cases

In Greece there are now 743 confirmed coronavirus cases with the death toll from Covid-19 climbing to 20, health authorities have announced.

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08:25 pm

Brazil: President accuses media of “tricking” citizens

Brazil’s president accuses media and governors of trying to “trick” citizens on the severity of coronavirus.

President Jair Bolsonaro defended the measures he’s been taking to fight the coronavirus in his country and claimed the mainstream media and some governors are trying to “trick” the population into believing the pandemic is worse.

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08:09 pm

Britain to recruit 250,000 volunteers

Britain is to recruit a quarter of a million volunteers in good health who can help the health services to cope with the coronavirus outbreak, the country’s health minister has said

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07:55 pm

Egypt Declares Curfew

Egypt has declared a curfew from 7 pm to 6 am for two weeks starting Wednesday to counter the spread of coronavirus, the prime minister said.

Most public service providers will shut their doors during the curfew period and those who violate the curfew will be subject to measures under Egypt’s emergency laws, prime minster, Moustafa Madbouly, said.

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07:53 pm

US: Could take 90 days to get through the crisis

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07:38 pm

The UK government is texting stay at home rules to people

The text emphasizes that people need to stay at home unless they are going out for the following reasons:

  • If they need food
  • For health reasons
  • For work, but only when they absolutely cannot work from home

The text also urges people to stay 2 meters (or 6 feet) away from other people and wash their hands as soon as you get home.

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07:29 pm

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07:22 pm

Greta Thunberg says she believes she had Covid-19

Now, she adds, she has “basically recovered” and stresses the responsibility of people who are not from at-risk groups to think of their actions, which could be a matter of life or death for others.

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07:10 pm

Nearly a third of the world’s population affected by coronavirus lockdowns

Once all of India goes into lockdown at midnight local time (2:30 p.m. ET), roughly 2.5 billion people worldwide will be affected by a partial or total lockdown, curfew or some restriction on their movement due to the coronavirus pandemic.

That represents nearly one-third of the world’s population.

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07:07 pm

China: Hubei ending restrictions

The central Chinese province at ground zero for the novel coronavirus pandemic plans to lift nearly all lockdown restrictions on Wednesday.

Measures will remain in place in the provincial capital, Wuhan, until April 8.

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07:04 pm

Death toll in UK rises to 422

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06:52 pm

New York: More than 25,000 coronavirus cases

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06:46 pm

The 2020 Paralympics will also be postponed

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06:38 pm

UK: Brits who ignore government lockdown instructions will be fined $35 on the spot

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s spokesperson announced the measures this afternoon and indicated that the fines could be subject to increase.

Yesterday, the Prime Minister announced a number of restrictions on the movements of the British public. British people may only leave their homes to get groceries, visit the doctor, exercise once a day or to go to work if it is not possible to do so from home.

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06:30 pm

Russia to close night clubs and cinemas

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06:17 pm

Oman suspends all domestic, international flights

Oman announced it was suspending all internal and international flights as of March 29, except cargo operations and flights to Musandam.

The Gulf country currently has 84 cases and has yet to record a death attributable to the virus.

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06:01 pm

India: 3-week nationwide lockdown

All of India’s 36 states and territories will be under a complete lockdown in a bid to tackle the spread of coronavirus.

These are the essential services that will be operational:

  • Water
  • Electricity
  • Health services
  • Fire services
  • Groceries
  • Municipal services.

All shops, commercial establishments, factories, workshops, offices, markets and places of worship will be closed. Interstate buses and metros will be suspended. Construction activity will also be on a halt during this period.

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05:51 pm

Switzerland: Nearly 9000 confirmed cases

Switzerland has nearly 9,000 confirmed coronavirus infections and 90 deaths, the Federal Office of Public Health said on Tuesday, adding it was premature to say the number of new cases was flattening out.

The number of new cases rose by fewer than 1,000 since Monday, the data indicated, slightly less steeply than increases in recent days.

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05:47 pm

1 in 4 people across the world are under coronavirus restrictions

About two billion people worldwide are affected by a partial or total lockdown, curfew or some restrictions on their movement due to the coronavirus pandemic.

That represents just over a quarter of the world’s population.

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05:38 pm

Trump tweets that “people want to return to work”

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05:28 pm

International Baccalaureate Organization cancels May exams

The International Baccalaureate Organization has announced that its May 2020 examination session will be canceled due to the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus.

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05:17 pm

Saudi: First death and 205 new cases

Saudi Arabia confirms its first death as a result of the coronavirus outbreak after a patient died on Monday, the health ministry announced today during a press conference, adding that the total number of infections in the Kingdom reached 767 cases so far.

The foreign patient’s health deteriorated quickly after reporting to a hospital emergency room in Medina and died on Monday night, health ministry spokesperson Mohammed Abdelali confirmed.

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05:07 pm

US stocks open higher today

Here’s where things opened:

  • The Dow opened 6.2%, or 1,140 points, higher.
  • The S&P 500 rose more than 5%.
  • The Nasdaq Composite opened up 4.9%.

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05:02 pm

G7 Finance Ministers pledge “to do whatever is necessary”

The world’s most powerful finance ministers and central bankers have just issued a joint statement, pledging to take the necessary steps to address the coronavirus crisis.

Significantly, the G7 says they are committed to “deliver the fiscal effort necessary” to help economies recover rapidly from the current shock, and resume their path towards “stronger and more sustainable economic growth”.

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04:56 pm

Romania enters lock-down

Romania’s president Klaus Iohannis has announced the country will go into a full lockdown on Wednesday to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, with the army deployed to help enforce it.

“Romanians will face new restrictions,” Iohannis said in a televised address, citing the “complexity of the situation”.

Romania had already introduced a state of emergency and a night-time curfew but Iohannis announced that as of Wednesday, the previous “recommendation” to citizens to stay indoors “will become an obligation based on the principle: ‘We’re staying at home’”.

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04:53 pm

African jazz legend Manu Dibango dies

World-renowned jazz musician Manu Dibango has died of coronavirus Tuesday, according to his official Facebook page.

The Cameroonian saxophone player achieved global fame in the 1970s for his style of mixing jazz with traditional music from his home country.

Dibango’s “funeral service will be held in strict privacy, and a tribute to his memory will be organized when possible,” according to his Facebook account.

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04:44 pm

Italy: There may be 10 non-recorded cases for every registered

There may be 10 non-recorded coronavirus cases for every registered, according to Italy’s emergency commissioner and civil protection head, Angelo Borrelli.

Some recent scientific studies have suggested that the percentage of asymptomatic people who have contracted Covid-19 may be very high. In some areas of Italy, it is estimated that non-asymptomatic patients, capable of transmitting the virus, are over 50%.

But on Tuesday, Borrelli said the report – stating there could be 10 non-recorded coronavirus cases for every registered one – is “credible”.

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04:29 pm

London university launches app to track coronavirus symptoms

King’s College London is launching a new app that allows users to track coronavirus symptoms, which it hopes will slow the outbreak.

About 5,000 twins and their families from across the UK have been recruited to test the app, which will help researchers identify:

  • How fast the virus is spreading in different areas
  • High-risk areas in the country
  • Which symptoms correspond to the coronavirus
  • Why some people are more at risk

Why twins? They “enable researchers to separate the effects of genes from environmental factors such as diet, lifestyle, previous illnesses and infections, and the microbes within the gut (microbiome)” the school said in a news release.

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The twins will record information about their health on a daily basis, including temperature, tiredness and symptoms such as coughing, breathing problems or headaches. Any participants showing signs of Covid-19 will be sent a home testing kit.

The app will be available to the public without the home testing component, and to health professionals who want to contribute to the research.

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04:16 pm

Poland bans gatherings of more than two people

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04:09 pm

Iran reports 1726 new cases, 122 deaths in last 24 hours

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03:58 pm

Australia: new restrictions as experts warn of 50,000 cases by Easter

PM Scott Morrison has announced new restrictions as experts in Australia warn the country could have 50,000 new cases by Easter.

The national cabinet has agreed to extend the restrictions on indoor gatherings, announced on Sunday, to include a range of new closures.

  • They include auction houses, food courts in shopping centres and some markets, although the markets will be decided by state and territory governments.
  • There are also bans on beauty services, tanning services, tattoo parlours, waxing salons and nail salons.
  • Hairdressers and barbers can continue to operate provided each client is in and out in 30 minutes.
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03:42 pm

WHO: US has potential to be “epicentre of outbreak”

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03:38 pm

43% of US population told to stay at home

At least 16 states have issued stay-at-home orders, which, once in effect, will impact 142 million people, or 43% of the US population.

There are over 42,600 cases, including at least 540 deaths, with Hawaii reporting its first death.

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03:37 pm

Global deaths from Covid-19 pass 17,000

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03:37 pm

UK supreme court holds first remote hearing in history

The UK’s supreme court has adapted to physical distancing by holding its first remote, live hearing this morning.

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03:25 pm

Bahrain records its third death

The Ministry of Health has announced the death of a 65-year-old male Bahraini national who was suffering from underlying health problems and was registered as an active case of Coronavirus (COVID-19). This is the third death reported in Bahrain so far.

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that currently there are 210 active Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Bahrain.

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03:24 pm

Tokyo Olympics to be postponed to 2021

Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe, will propose a one-year postponement for the Tokyo Olympics during talks with IOC President Thomas Bach.

Abe said a postponement is unavoidable if the 2020 Games cannot be held in a complete manner amid the coronavirus pandemic. Abe held telephone talks with Bach after the IOC said it would make a decision on the Tokyo Games over the next four weeks.

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03:17 pm

Spain close to 40,000 total cases with more than 2,500 deaths

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03:00 pm

Global Cases – Live Count

The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 192 countries and territories around the world and 1 international conveyance (the Diamond Princess cruise ship harbored in Yokohama, Japan).

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03:00 pm

Coronavirus: Philippines Converts Island to Quarantine Center

The Philippine military is in the process of converting an island in the Basilan province into a quarantine zone to temporarily house Filipinos returning from Malaysia due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Officials said on Monday that 70 percent of the work was complete.

Sibakel Island, an uninhabited area under the jurisdiction of the Lantawan municipality in the southern Philippine province of Basilan, is currently home for more than 100 Filipinos who returned from Sabah, Malaysia recently but were refused entry by local government units.

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02:30 pm

Iran’s president is extending the temporary release of 85,000 prisoners

The temporary release of prisoners in Iran will extend to 25 days until April 18, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced on state TV Tuesday as the country’s death toll continues to rise.

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02:00 pm

Spain

The bodies of Covid-19 victims are being delivered to an ice rink that is being used as a temporary morgue in Madrid.

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01:49 pm

Laos confirms first two cases

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01:00 pm

Global Cases – Live Count

The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 192 countries and territories around the world and 1 international conveyance (the Diamond Princess cruise ship harbored in Yokohama, Japan).

COVID-19 Cases Live Update

Source: (worldometer.info/coronavirus)

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01:00 pm

Pakistan is deploying its army to assist with the outbreak

The Pakistani Army has deployed “all available troops and medical resources” across the country to aid the government’s efforts to contain the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, said spokesman Maj. Gen. Babar Iftikhar.

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12:50 pm

Thailand: Death toll rises to 4; Confirmed infections total of 827

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12:46 pm

UAE: FlyDubai cancels all flights from March 26

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12:39 pm

Philippines: 90 New Cases, Total of 552

The Philippine health ministry reported 90 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total to 552 and two new deaths, raising the number to 35.

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12:38 pm

Kuwait

Kuwait’s Health Ministry recorded two new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours and nine recoveries, bring the total of recoveries to 39.

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11:32 am

Kuwait records 2 new cases

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11:10 am

Thailand declares state of emergency

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11:10 am

Iran

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani said 1.2 million government employees out of a total of 2.5 million were not going to work as part of measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak.

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11:00 am

Global Cases – Live Count

The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 192 countries and territories around the world and 1 international conveyance (the Diamond Princess cruise ship harbored in Yokohama, Japan).

COVID-19 Cases Live Update

Source: (worldometer.info/coronavirus)

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10:41 am

Bahrain

Bahrain’s finance minister Sheikh Salman bin Khalifa Al-Khalifa said that the government will implement a 4.3 billion dinars ($11.41 billion) package as soon as possible at the highest priority, Bahrain state TV reported.

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10:15 am

Germany: 27,436 Cases; 114 Deaths

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10:01 am

Bahrain: Prices Fixed for Disinfectants and Sterilizers

The decision prohibited the restriction of the flow of all kinds of disinfectants and hand sanitizers to the market, by hiding or storing them unjustly, or refraining from dealing in them.

The decision added that it was not permissible to export any type of disinfectants and hand sanitizers, except with prior permission from the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, and Tourism.

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10:00 am

Pakistan Minister tested positive

A provincial education minister in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province says he has tested positive for the coronavirus, although he did not visit any hospital where infected persons are being treated.

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09:55 am

China: 78 new cases, 7 new deaths

After 5 days with no new cases, 1 new case has been reported in Wuhan 

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09:51 am

Oman: 18 new cases; total of 84

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09:30 am

Japan

Tokyo may go into lockdown if coronavirus cases spike, governor warns

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09:00 am

Global Cases – Live Count

The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 192 countries and territories around the world and 1 international conveyance (the Diamond Princess cruise ship harbored in Yokohama, Japan).

COVID-19 Cases Live Update

Source: (worldometer.info/coronavirus)

  • Overall
  • Deaths
  • Recovered
Last Updated:
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08:45 am

Singapore sees its biggest single-day surge

Singapore confirmed 54 new cases of the coronavirus on Monday — the country’s biggest one-day surge since the outbreak began.

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08:21 am

UK government orders 3-week lockdown

Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday ordered Britons to stay at home to try to halt the spread of coronavirus, closing non-essential shops, telling people not to meet with friends or family and warning those who do not follow the rules face fines.

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07:48 am

UAE visitors will not be affected by flight suspensions

The UAE’s Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA) said visitors who weren’t able to leave the country because of flight suspensions will be able to stay longer, state agency WAM reported on Tuesday.

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07:47 am

Myanmar reports first two cases of the coronavirus

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07:45 am

Brazil: Spike of almost 400 new cases in one day

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07:45 am

Cuba is going under lockdown

Cuban officials on Monday announced they are limiting travel throughout the island and abroad for their citizens and closed all schools starting Tuesday for nearly a month to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

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07:44 am

USA: Melania Trump has been tested for coronavirus

First lady Melania Trump has been tested for coronavirus and is doing fine, President Donald Trump said at Monday’s briefing.

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06:17 am

Cases are accelerating – WHO warns

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the coronavirus disease pandemic is “accelerating”, with more than 300,000 cases now confirmed.

It took 67 days from the first reported of Covid-19 to reach 100,000 cases, 11 days for the second 100,000, and just four days for the third 100,000.

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01:15 am

Global Count – Live Update

COVID-19 Cases Live Update

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