2019 Coronavirus Disease "COVID-19" [10,000,000 Confirmed Cases Worldwide]

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    # Country,
    Other
    Total
    Cases
    New
    Cases
    Total
    Deaths
    New
    Deaths
    Total
    Recovered
    Active
    Cases
    Serious,
    Critical
    Tot Cases/
    1M pop
    Deaths/
    1M pop
    Total
    Tests
    Tests/
    1M pop
    Population
    -- World 10,402,906 +160,985 507,528 +3,415 5,659,387 4,235,991 57,531 1,335 65.1
    1 USA 2,681,811 +44,734 128,783 +346 1,117,177 1,435,851 15,864 8,102 389 33,189,513 100,271 330,996,984
    2 Brazil 1,370,488 +25,234 58,385 +727 757,462 554,641 8,318 6,448 275 3,017,350 14,196 212,554,056
    3 Russia 641,156 +6,719 9,166 +93 403,430 228,560 2,300 4,393 63 19,334,442 132,487 145,934,449
    4 India 567,536 +18,339 16,904 +417 335,271 215,361 8,944 411 12 8,398,362 6,086 1,379,937,465
    5 UK 311,965 +814 43,575 +25 N/A N/A 276 4,595 642 9,290,215 136,852 67,885,079
    6 Spain 296,050 +200 28,346 +3 N/A N/A 617 6,332 606 5,162,909 110,425 46,754,775
    7 Peru 282,365 +2,946 9,504 +187 171,159 101,702 1,183 8,565 288 1,661,324 50,391 32,968,619
    8 Chile 275,999 +4,017 5,575 +66 236,154 34,270 2,090 14,438 292 1,096,443 57,359 19,115,496
    9 Italy 240,436 +126 34,744 +6 189,196 16,496 96 3,977 575 5,341,837 88,351 60,461,762
    10 Iran 225,205 +2,536 10,670 +162 186,180 28,355 3,037 2,681 127 1,639,078 19,516 83,986,007
    11 Mexico 216,852 +4,050 26,648 +267 126,843 63,361 378 1,682 207 556,198 4,314 128,925,604
    12 Pakistan 206,512 +3,557 4,167 +49 95,407 106,938 2,437 935 19 1,262,162 5,715 220,849,796
    13 Turkey 198,613 +1,374 5,115 +18 171,809 21,689 1,018 2,355 61 3,331,158 39,500 84,334,159
    14 Germany 195,392 +528 9,041 +12 178,100 8,251 332 2,332 108 5,412,655 64,603 83,783,518
    15 Saudi Arabia 186,436 +3,943 1,599 +48 127,118 57,719 2,285 5,356 46 1,591,141 45,710 34,809,589
    16 France 164,260 +280 29,813 +18 75,649 58,798 634 2,516 457 1,384,633 21,213 65,273,353
    17 South Africa 144,264 +6,130 2,529 +73 70,614 71,121 539 2,433 43 1,596,995 26,929 59,303,935
    18 Bangladesh 141,801 +4,014 1,783 +45 57,780 82,238 1 861 11 751,034 4,561 164,681,180
    19 Canada 103,918 +668 8,566 +44 67,178 28,174 2,089 2,753 227 2,721,685 72,115 37,740,701
    20 Qatar 95,106 +693 113 +3 80,170 14,823 203 33,872 40 352,659 125,600 2,807,805
    21 Colombia 95,043 +3,274 3,223 +117 39,954 51,866 335 1,868 63 743,437 14,612 50,879,986
     
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    CDC says U.S. has ‘way too much virus’ to control pandemic as cases surge across country
    PUBLISHED MON, JUN 29 2020


    The coronavirus is spreading too rapidly and too broadly for the U.S. to bring it under control, Dr. Anne Schuchat, principal deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Monday.
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    The U.S. has set records for daily new infections in recent days as outbreaks surge mostly across the South and West. The recent spike in new cases has outpaced daily infections in April when the virus rocked Washington state and the northeast, and when public officials thought the outbreak was hitting its peak in the U.S.

    “We’re not in the situation of New Zealand or Singapore or Korea where a new case is rapidly identified and all the contacts are traced and people are isolated who are sick and people who are exposed are quarantined and they can keep things under control,” she said in an interview with The Journal of the American Medical Association’s Dr. Howard Bauchner. “We have way too much virus across the country for that right now, so it’s very discouraging.”



    New Zealand’s outbreak peaked in early April, when the country reported 89 new cases in a single day, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. On June 8, officials declared that there no more active infections in the island country of almost 5 million. Since then, a handful of cases have entered the country from international travelers, but health officials have managed to contain infections so far to fewer than 10 new daily cases per day through June.
    South Korea was among the first countries outside of China to battle a coronavirus outbreak, but health officials managed to contain the epidemic through aggressive testing, contact tracing and isolating of infected people. The outbreak peaked at 851 new infections reported on March 3, according to Hopkins’ data, but the country has reported fewer than 100 new cases per day since April 1.
    Like South Korea, Singapore found early success in preventing the spread of the virus through aggressive testing and tracing. However, in April the virus began to circulate among the island country’s migrant worker community, ballooning into an outbreak that peaked on April 20, when the country reported about 1,400 new cases, according to Hopkins’ data. Daily new cases have steadily dropped since then and on Sunday, the country reported 213 new cases, according to Hopkins’ data.
    While the outbreaks in New Zealand, South Korea and Singapore have been of different magnitudes and followed different trajectories, officials in all three countries now quickly respond to every new infection in order to stamp out what remains of the outbreak, Schuchat said. The U.S. stands in stark contrast as it continues to report over 30,000 new infections per day.

    “This is really the beginning,” Schuchat said of the U.S.’s recent surge in new cases. “I think there was a lot of wishful thinking around the country that, hey it’s summer. Everything’s going to be fine. We’re over this and we are not even beginning to be over this. There are a lot of worrisome factors about the last week or so.”
    Chart of daily new coronavirus cases in the United States through June 28, 2020.



    The sheer size of the U.S. and the fact that the virus is hitting different parts of the country at different times complicates the public response here compared with other countries, Schuchat said. South Korea, for example, was able to concentrate their response on the southern city of Daegu, for a time, and contact tracers were quickly deployed when new cases were later found in the capital Seoul.
    “What we have in the United States, it’s hard to describe because it’s so many different outbreaks,” Schuchat said. “There was a wave of incredible acceleration, intense interventions and control measures that have brought things down to a much lower level of circulation in the New York City, Connecticut, New Jersey area. But in much of the rest of the country, there’s still a lot of virus. And in lots of places, there’s more virus circulating than there was.”
    The coronavirus has proven to be the kind of virus that Schuchat and her colleagues always feared would emerge, she said. She added that it spreads easily, no one appears to have immunity to it and it’s in fact “stealthier than we were expecting.”
    “While you plan for it, you think about it, you have that human denial that it’s really going to happen on your watch, but it’s happening,” she said. “As much as we’ve studied [the 1918 flu pandemic], I think what we’re experiencing as a global community is really bad and it’s similar to that 1918 transformational experience.”
    With the current level of spread, Schuchat said the U.S. public should “expect this virus to continue to circulate.” She added that people can help to curb the spread of infection by practicing social distancing, wearing a mask and washing their hands, but no one should count on any kind of relief to stop the virus until there’s a vaccine.
    “We can affect it, but in terms of the weather or the season helping us, I don’t think we can count on that,” she said.
     
    AtheistForYeezus

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    +44,734 in the US means 0.013% new infections
    +668
    in Canada means 0.001% new infections
    +528 in Germany means %0.006 new infections

    New let's compare death tolls:

    128,783
    in the US = 0.039% of the population
    29,813 in France = 0.04% of the population
    43,575 in the UK = 0.06% of the population

    Italy, Spain, France, and the UK lost a bigger percentage of their population to COVID-19 than the USA.

    Don't be misled by the numbers. The USA doesn't have it worse than Canada or Europe.
    It's just a big country at the early stages of a pandemic.

    But of course, Trump critics and hippies will try to use the numbers to their advantage, conveniently ignoring the big picture.
     
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    Steven Gerrard

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    +44,734 in the US means 0.013% new infections
    +668
    in Canada means 0.001% new infections
    +528 in Germany means %0.006 new infections

    New let's compare death tolls:

    128,783
    in the US = 0.039% of the population
    29,813 in France = 0.04% of the population
    43,575 in the UK = 0.06% of the population

    Italy, Spain, France, and the UK lost a bigger percentage of their population to COVID-19 than the USA.

    Don't be mislead by the numbers. The USA doesn't have it worse than Canada or Europe.
    It's just a big country at the early stages of a pandemic.

    But of course, Trump critics and hippies will try to use the numbers to their advantage, conveniently ignoring the big picture.
    Eh?

    128k deaths are a lot bro, more than 34,000 or 43,000.
     
    Mrsrx

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    Eh?

    128k deaths are a lot bro, more than 34,000 or 43,000.
    ensa now the deaths per M are important for the sake of the argument. With current trend unfortunately the US ratio is going up quickly...the goal posts will move again...not worth the debate
     
    AtheistForYeezus

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    Eh?

    128k deaths are a lot bro, more than 34,000 or 43,000.
    You don't get it.
    It's the death percentage that counts, not the number of deaths.

    So, if France has 29,813 deaths it means it lost far more people than the US. (0.04% vs 0.03%).

    The bigger the population the more the virus can spread. Trump critics are trying to single him out for his mishandling of COVID-19.
    But, in reality, the US didn't handle the pandemic any worse than France, Italy, Spain or the UK...
     
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    NewLeb

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    China handled it better than USA then
    Handled what though? Politically, they were embarrassed and heavily maligned for the initial outbreak and spread of the virus. China isn’t perceived by the world and the West like it used to be.

    So yes, they may have incurred less physical deaths than America, but their overall reputation has plummeted, and that can have pretty detrimental effects on their general economy....
     
    Steven Gerrard

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    Handled what though? Politically, they were embarrassed and heavily maligned for the initial outbreak and spread of the virus. China isn’t perceived by the world and the West like it used to be.

    So yes, they may have incurred less physical deaths than America, but their overall reputation has plummeted, and that can have pretty detrimental effects on their general economy....
    I don't know bro, USA can't visit Europe but China can.
     
    AtheistForYeezus

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    No summer vacation in Europe :(

    On Saturday, we reported that a draft list of 54 countries had been discussed by EU members. However, today the list has changed and now it includes only 15 countries.
    (Lebanon isn't one of them @Steven Gerrard gerrar)

    European Union has revealed the new list of countries that will be permitted to enter the EU from July 1, when the external borders are officially scheduled to be reopened, but the US is excluded due to the Coronavirus developments.

    Countries included on Europe’s “safe list”, whose nationals will be allowed to enter Europe are: Algeria, Australia, Canada, China*, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.
     
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