Showing posts with label corona virus. Show all posts
Showing posts with label corona virus. Show all posts

Friday, 17 July 2020

Record corona cases in world last 100 hours crosses million mark

Record corona cases in world last 100 hours crosses million mark

For first time, world records 1 million coronavirus cases in 100 hours


The number of cases globally is around triple that of severe influenza illnesses recorded annually, according to the World Health Organization

The United States, with more than 3.6 million confirmed cases, is still seeing huge daily jumps in its first wave of COVID-19 infections

Global coronavirus infections passed 14 million on Friday, according to a Reuters tally, marking the first time there has been a surge of 1 million cases in under 100 hours.

The first case was reported in China in early January and it took three months to reach 1 million cases. It has taken just four days to climb to 14 million cases from 13 million recorded on July 13.

The United States, with more than 3.6 million confirmed cases, is still seeing huge daily jumps in its first wave of COVID-19 infections. The United States reported a daily global record of more than 77,000 new infections on Thursday, while Sweden has reported 77,281 total cases since the pandemic began.

Despite the surging cases, a cultural divide is growing in the country over wearing masks to slow the spread of the virus, a precaution routinely taken in many other nations.

U.S. President Donald Trump and his followers have resisted a full-throated endorsement of masks and have been calling for a return to normal economic activity and reopening schools despite the surging cases.

Other hard-hit countries have “flattened the curve" and are easing lockdowns put in place to slow the spread of the novel virus while others, such as the cities of Barcelona and Melbourne, are implementing a second round of local shutdowns.

The number of cases globally is around triple that of severe influenza illnesses recorded annually, according to the World Health Organization.

The pandemic has now killed more than 590,000 people in almost seven months, edging towards the upper range of yearly influenza deaths reported w

Wednesday, 15 July 2020

North Carolina's governor gives school districts a 'Plan C' option for reopening in the fall

North Carolina's governor gives school districts a 'Plan C' option for reopening in the fall

Individual states and school districts are still grappling with this coming decline in the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic for how to handle the reopening of schools. 

North Carolina's governor gives school districts a 'Plan C' option for reopening in the fall

On Tuesday, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced that his state school would be a 0. The plan will reopen under B, including a mix of remote and in-person instruction. They have given each district a 0. "Plan C, 0 "Also provided the option of adopting which will dictate that all instructions are remote.

Tuesday, 14 July 2020

Covid vaccine available in august by ICMR

Covid vaccine available in august by ICMR

Two Indian covid Vaccinne enters in clinical trial ICMR expected that vaccines will be available by tht 15th of Agust.

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World threat from covid-19 is around 1.8 times the number of active cases. In many states, the number of daily discharges from hospitals is more than that of daily admissions.

Covid-19 cases are unequal in distribution in India. “As much as 86% of total active covid-19 cases are confined to just 10 states, while 50% of active cases are in two states, which shows that the spread of covid-19 is not happening uniformly across the country," said Rajesh Bhushan, officer on special duty (OSD), in the health ministry.


As testing is critical in containing the spread, the World Health Organization (WHO) has come out with a document underlining the need for comprehensive surveillance and testing of suspect covid-19 cases, stating that testing 140 people per day per 1 million population would be comprehensive.

“As many as 22 states are doing more than 140 covid-19 tests per day per million. Centre is asking states and Union territories to increase testing so that we proceed towards the guidelines given by the WHO. There were 101 covid-19 RT-PCR testing labs in mid-March, while today there are 1,206 RT-PCR testing labs and 280 rapid antigen testing centres," Bhushan said.

The government has also conducted a sero survey to find the presence of coronavirus among people in containment zones. The ICMR said that at present stratification of data collected for the sero survey in Delhi and its analysis is being done. As many as 22,800 blood samples were collected for this particular sero survey till 5 July.

The health ministry said that the national covid-19 fatality rate is 2.6% and it is coming down.


Saturday, 11 July 2020

Amitabh Bachchan tests positive for corona virus

Amitabh Bachchan tests positive for corona virus

Amitabh Bachchan, son Abhishek test positive for coronavirus, both admitted to hospital
Amitabh Bachchan tests positive for corona virus

All that has been in close proximity to me in the last 10 days are requested to please get themselves tested, he wrote on a tweet

Bollywood has so far not reported too many COVID cases except playback singer Kanika Kapoor and Reliance Entertainment’s Shibasish

New Delhi: Actor Amitabh Bachchan and son Abhishek have tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday evening. Senior Bachchan was admitted to Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai was complaining of breathing problems. He confirmed the same in a tweet.
“I have tested COVID positive, shifted to hospital, hospital informing authorities, family and staff have undergone tests , results awaited. All that have been in close proximity to me in the last 10 days are requested to please get themselves tested," he wrote.

News of son Abhishek testing positive followed soon after.
The 77-year old senior actor was last seen in Shoojit Sarkar’s comedy-drama Gulabo Sitabo that released on Amazon Prime Video. Two films, Jhund and Chehre are ready for release while he is yet to complete Ayan Mukherji’s Brahmastra along with Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt.

Son Abhishek just released an Amazon original, Breath: Into the Shadows this Friday.
Bollywood had so far not reported too many COVID cases except playback singer 

Friday, 10 July 2020

With in a week india touches 1million covid cases

With in a week india touches 1million covid cases

At the current pace, India’s coronavirus tally could hit 1 million in seven days



Medical students wearing PPE suit conduct the health check-up of residents, at Malad in Mumbai on Thursday. (ANI Photo)

Mint COVID Tracker: At the current pace, India’s coronavirus tally could hit 1 million in seven days

Assam is now reporting the second biggest growth rate in active cases as well as deaths among major states, after Karnataka

India’s total coronavirus case tally is set to hit the 1 million mark by next Friday if it continues to rise at the same pace as since mid-June, a Mint analysis based on the latest health ministry data showed. During this period, cases have been growing at an average daily growth rate of 3.5%, taking the total number close to 800,000 now.


Overall, India has 276,685 active cases—or patients still under treatment—as of Friday morning, while 21,604 deaths have been attributed to the infection, the latest health ministry data showed. Active cases rose 20% in the last seven days, in line with the week-ago period (26 June to 3 July). The seven-day spike in deaths is 19%, compared to 20% in the preceding week. The seven-day rolling averages have been considered for these calculations since they minimize the effect of volatile and delayed reporting.

Over the past few weeks, new infections and deaths have been rising faster in India than in most other badly-hit countries. The country has the third-highest number of active cases, after the United States and Brazil. The toll is the eighth highest in the world. Among high-fatality countries (more than 5,000 deaths), India has recorded the biggest spike in deaths as well as active cases over the past week.

With cases rising, India’s health facilities and workforce continue to be under severe strain.