Month: March 2020

Coronavirus death toll in Italy’s Lombardy rises by around 381 in a day: source

The death toll from an outbreak of coronavirus in the northern region of Lombardy, the epicenter of Italy’s contagion, has risen by around 381 in a day to some 7,199, a source familiar with the data said on Tuesday.

Germany aims to launch Singapore-style coronavirus app in weeks

Germany hopes to launch a smartphone app within weeks to help trace coronavirus infections, after a broad political consensus emerged that adopting an approach pioneered by Singapore can be effective without invading people’s privacy.

China defends against incoming second wave of coronavirus

A growing number of imported coronavirus cases in China risked fanning a second wave of infections when domestic transmissions had “basically been stopped”, a senior health official said on Sunday, while eased travel curbs may also add to domestic risks.

China readies stimulus measures as local virus cases dwindle

China plans stronger steps to revive an economy hit by coronavirus, as the nation on Saturday reported no new locally transmitted infections for the previous day.

One ventilator, two patients: New York hospitals shift to crisis mode

At least one New York hospital has begun putting two patients on a single ventilator machine, an experimental crisis-mode protocol some doctors worry is too risky but others deemed necessary as the coronavirus outbreak strains medical resources.

Dutch coronavirus cases rise by 1,019 to 7,431: authorities

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the Netherlands rose by 1,019, or 16%, to 7,431, health authorities said on Wednesday.

Dutch coronavirus cases rise by 852 to 6,412, spread may be slowing: RIVM

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the Netherlands rose by 852 to 6,412 on Wednesday, health authorities said, adding that they see signs that the rate of increase of the virus’s spread in the country is slowing.

Ford joins 3M, GE in speeding up ventilator, respirator production

Carmaker Ford Motor Co on Tuesday jumped into the emergency push by major U.S. manufacturers to produce thousands of ventilators and respirators needed for critically ill coronavirus patients.

India shuts down flights, big cities as coronavirus toll rises in region

India said on Monday it will shut down domestic flights to halt the spread of coronavirus and imposed a curfew on a giant state

One in four Americans told to stay home as Congress nears $1 trillion stimulus

Nearly 1 in 4 Americans were under orders to close up shop and stay at home on Saturday, as lawmakers in Washington neared a deal that could pump a record $1 trillion into the economy to limit the economic damage from the coronavirus.

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