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More than 200,000 people worldwide have now died with the coronavirus
figures from Johns Hopkins University show.There are more than 2.8 million
confirmed cases of Covid-19, according to the tally.It comes after the number
of fatalities in the US passed 50,000, as Americans endure the world's deadliest
outbreak.Chinese state media reported the first known death linked to the virus
on 11 January. More than 210 countries and territories have since reported cases.
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Five countries have now reported death tolls above 20,000 although the way
fatalities are counted varies widely.The US, Italy and Spain have seen the
highest number of reported fatalities. The UK's Department of Health announced
on Saturday that more than 20,000 people had now died with coronavirus in UK hospitals.
Home Secretary Priti Patel described the figure as a "tragic and terrible milestone
and said "the entire nation is grieving".As the UK's daily data does not include
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people who die at home or in nursing homes, the true figure is certain to be higher.
France, which does include deaths in care homes in its statistics, said its toll had
risen by 369 on Saturday.There have been 22,614 virus deaths in France since the start
of March, but health officials say the mortality rate in hospitals is falling, and the
number of people in intensive care has dropped for the seventeenth consecutive day.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says patients who have recovered from the virus

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The US virus death toll has เว็บแทงบาคาร่า20 surpassed 50,000, according to data from Johns Hopkins
University in what is the world's deadliest Covid-19 outbreak.More than 3,000 deaths
came in the last 24 hours, and there are now over 870,000 confirmed cases nationwide.
But the US still has a lower mortality rate than most European nations based on current
case counts, as the White House task force has emphasised.The grim news comes as parts
of the US reopen after weeks of lockdown.Some hair salons, bowling alleys and other
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businesses are opening on Friday in Georgia, Alaska and Oklahoma.The US has by far
the highest death toll and case count in the world.However, it has a population of 330
million, much higher than other worst affected countries such as Spain and Italy.
Can you compare different countries? Dr Deborah Birx, an expert on the White House
Covid-19 task force, has said the country has "one of the lowest mortality rates in the
entire world".On a per capita basis the current reported US death rate is lower than
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Spain, Italy, France, Belgium and the UK.The US is top of the grim league table for
reported coronavirus deaths, but that's not the whole picture.Part of the reason is
population - many countries in Europe have reported more deaths per head of population
than the US and Europe as a whole has reported more deaths overall.But beware of comparing
huge countries in this way.The picture in New York is very different to the picture in the
rest of the US and the same goes for other countries.Italy really has two epidemics - one in

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US President Donald Trump has been lambasted by the medical community after suggesting research into whether
coronavirus might be treated by injecting disinfectant into the body.He also appeared to propose irradiating
patients' bodies with UV light, an idea dismissed by a doctor at the briefing.Another of his officials had
moments earlier said sunlight and disinfectant were known to kill the infection.Mr Trump's own public health
agencies warn against bleach as a medicine.What did President Trump say?During Thursday's White House coronavirus
task force briefing, an official presented the results of US government research that indicated coronavirus
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appeared to weaken more quickly when exposed to sunlight and heat.The study also showed bleach could kill the
virus in saliva or respiratory fluids within five minutes and isopropyl alcohol could kill it even more quickly.
William Bryan, acting head of the US Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate, outlined
the findings at the news conference.Why was top Republican likened to Marie Antoinette?Coronavirus job losses and 'the
millennial curse'Coronavirus: How bad information goes viral While noting the research should be treated with caution
Mr Trump suggested further research in that area."So, supposing we hit the body with a tremendous - whether it's ultraviolet
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or just very powerful light," the president said, turning to Dr Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response co-ordinator
"and I think you said that hasn't been checked but you're going to test it."And then I said, supposing you brought the light
inside of the body, which you can do either through the skin or in some other way. And I think you said you're going to test
that too. Sounds interesting," the president continued."And then I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute.
One minute. And is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning?"So it'd be interesting
to check that."Pointing to his head, Mr Trump went on: "I'm not a doctor. But I'm, like, a person that has a good you-know-what.

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US President Donald Trump has been lambasted by the medical community after suggesting research into whether
coronavirus might be treated by injecting disinfectant into the body.He also appeared to propose irradiating
patients' bodies with UV light, an idea dismissed by a doctor at the briefing.Another of his officials had
moments earlier said sunlight and disinfectant were known to kill the infection.Mr Trump's own public health
agencies warn against bleach as a medicine.What did President Trump say?During Thursday's White House coronavirus
task force briefing, an official presented the results of US government research that indicated coronavirus
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appeared to weaken more quickly when exposed to sunlight and heat.The study also showed bleach could kill the
virus in saliva or respiratory fluids within five minutes and isopropyl alcohol could kill it even more quickly.
William Bryan, acting head of the US Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate, outlined
the findings at the news conference.Why was top Republican likened to Marie Antoinette?Coronavirus job losses and 'the
millennial curse'Coronavirus: How bad information goes viral While noting the research should be treated with caution
Mr Trump suggested further research in that area."So, supposing we hit the body with a tremendous - whether it's ultraviolet
สล็อตออนไลน์ฟรีรูปแบบใหม่   ดูหนังMasteพากย์ไทย
or just very powerful light," the president said, turning to Dr Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response co-ordinator
"and I think you said that hasn't been checked but you're going to test it."And then I said, supposing you brought the light
inside of the body, which you can do either through the skin or in some other way. And I think you said you're going to test
that too. Sounds interesting," the president continued."And then I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute.
One minute. And is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning?"So it'd be interesting
to check that."Pointing to his head, Mr Trump went on: "I'm not a doctor. But I'm, like, a person that has a good you-know-what."

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More than 40,000 people with the coronavirus have now died in the United States, according
to a New York Times database, a figure that is frequently increasing by more than 2,000 per day.
Those figures do not include more than 4,800 people in New York City who died and are believed
to have had the coronavirus. Many of those patients died without being tested, a consequence
of a strained medical system and a persistent lack of testing capacity.The high number of deaths
comes as hospitals across the country seek scarce protective gear and as political leaders weigh
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how to reopen parts of the economy. With the outbreak expected to persist, Americans have been told
to wear face coverings in public, refrigerated trucks have supplemented morgues and many summer events
have already been cancelled. There will be no bike ride across Iowa this July, no Bon Jovi summer tour
no Blues Fest in Chicago.As of Tuesday evening, at least 804,701 people across every state, plus Washington
D.C., and four U.S. territories, have tested positive for the virus, according to a New York Times database.
The outbreak in this country, which now has the highest number of known cases in the world, has exploded over
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the last two months. At the start of March, with extremely limited testing available, only 70 cases had been
reported in the United States, most of them tied to overseas travel. Over the last two weeks, well over 1,000
deaths have been announced each day.As the number of known cases reached into the hundreds, then the thousands
then the hundreds of thousands, life all over the country has changed in profound ways. Malls, salons and dine-in
restaurants have been forced to close or risk police action. High school proms, college graduations and professional
sports have been cancelled or postponed. Many states have told people arriving from elsewhere to quarantine themselves

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President Donald Trump has said he will sign an executive order to temporarily suspend all immigration to the US
because of the coronavirus.In a late night message on Twitter, he cited "the attack from the invisible enemy", as
he calls the virus, and "the need to protect the jobs" of Americans.He gave no other details. Critics say the Trump
administration is using the pandemic to crack down on immigration.The country has 782,159 confirmed cases of Covid-19
and 41,816 deaths.Mr Trump's announcement comes as the White House also argues the worst of the pandemic is over and the
country can begin reopening.The US has already agreed with both Canada and Mexico to extend border restrictions on non
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essential travel until at least mid-May.Travel has also been sharply restricted from Europe and China, though people with
temporary work visas, students and business travellers are exempted.The reasons behind the moveDonald Trump's efforts at
governing by social media should always be taken with a sizable grain of salt. His track record on following through on
Twitter directives is decidedly mixed. The details of his temporary ban on all immigration, announced a few hours before
midnight on Monday, will shed considerable light on the breadth - and legality - of his actions.Still, it is no secret that
the president, and several key advisors, have long viewed immigration not as a benefit to the nation, but as a drain. And
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the text of his tweet, that the move is necessary not only to protect the nation's health but also "the jobs of its great
American citizens", only emphasizes this.There is little doubt the proposal, in whatever form it takes, will be vigorously
opposed by pro-immigration groups, some business interests and the president's ideological adversaries. That is probably just
fine with a man who loves drawing political battle lines and goading his opponents whenever possible.Four years ago, the
president campaigned on an aggressive anti-immigration platform, including a total, if temporary, ban on all Muslims entering
the country. Now, with an uphill re-election fight looming, he has found a similarly combative measure to champion.

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General Discussion / Coronavirus at Smithfield pork plant
« on: April 20, 2020, 02:10:58 am »
box perched on the banks of the Big Sioux River - is the ninth-largest hog-processing facility in the US. When running at full capacity, it processes
19,500 freshly-slaughtered hogs per day, slicing, grinding and smoking them into millions of pounds of bacon, hot dogs and spiral-cut hams. With 3,700workers, it is also the fourth-largest employer in the city."Thank you for the tip," the Argus911 account responded. "What job did the worker who tested positive have?"We are not exactly sure," Julia wrote back.OK, thanks," Argus911 replied. "We'll be in touch."The next day, at 7:35am, the Argus Leader published the story on its website: "Smithfield Foods employee tests positive for coronavirus". The reporter confirmed through a company spokeswoman thatindeed, an employee had tested positive, was in a 14-day quarantine, and that his or her work area and other common spaces had been "thoroughly sanitised
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but the plant, deemed part of a "critical infrastructure industry" by the Trump administration, would remain fully operational."Food is an essential part
of all our lives, and our more than 40,000 US team members, thousands of American family farmers and our many other supply chain partners are a crucial partof our nation's response to Covid-19," Smithfield CEO Kenneth Sullivan said in an online video statement released 19 March to explain the decision to keep factories open. "We are taking the utmost precautions to ensure the health and well-being of our employees and consumers."But Julia was alarmed."There had been rumours there were cases even before that," she recalled. "I heard about people getting hospitalised from Smithfield specifically. They only know from word of mouth."Julia does not work at the factory. She is a graduate student in her 20s, stuck back at home after her university shut in response to the Covid
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19 pandemic. Her parents, two long-time Smithfield employees with whom she is especially close, told her what was happening at the factory that day. She isjust one of several adult children of factory workers - many the first-generation children of immigrants, some calling themselves Children of Smithfield - who have taken it upon themselves to speak out about the outbreak."My parents don't know English. They can't advocate for themselves," said Julia. "Someone has to talk for them."Her family, like many others in Sioux Falls, did everything they could to avoid falling ill. Julia's parents used up all their remaining vacation time to stay home. After work, they took off their shoes outside and headed straight into the shower. Julia bought them cloth headbands at Walmart to pull over their mouths and noses while on the line.

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How did the biggest cluster in the US emerge in a corner of South Dakota? Infections spread like wildfire through a pork factory and questions
remain about what the company did to protect staff.On the afternoon of 25 March, Julia sat down at her laptop and logged into a phony Facebook
account. She'd opened it in middle school, to surreptitiously monitor boys she had crushes on. But now, many years later, it was about to serve
a much more serious purpose.Can you please look into Smithfield," she typed in a message to an account called Argus911, the Facebook-based tip
line for the local newspaper, the Argus Leader. "They do have a positive [Covid-19] case and are planning to stay open." By "Smithfield", she was
referring to the Smithfield Foods pork-processing plant located in her town of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The factory - a massive, eight-story white
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box perched on the banks of the Big Sioux River - is the ninth-largest hog-processing facility in the US. When running at full capacity, it processes
19,500 freshly-slaughtered hogs per day, slicing, grinding and smoking them into millions of pounds of bacon, hot dogs and spiral-cut hams. With 3,700workers, it is also the fourth-largest employer in the city."Thank you for the tip," the Argus911 account responded. "What job did the worker who tested positive have?"We are not exactly sure," Julia wrote back.OK, thanks," Argus911 replied. "We'll be in touch."The next day, at 7:35am, the Argus Leader published the story on its website: "Smithfield Foods employee tests positive for coronavirus". The reporter confirmed through a company spokeswoman thatindeed, an employee had tested positive, was in a 14-day quarantine, and that his or her work area and other common spaces had been "thoroughly sanitised ดูหนังออนไลน์HD
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but the plant, deemed part of a "critical infrastructure industry" by the Trump administration, would remain fully operational."Food is an essential part
of all our lives, and our more than 40,000 US team members, thousands of American family farmers and our many other supply chain partners are a crucial part of our nation's response to Covid-19," Smithfield CEO Kenneth Sullivan said in an online video statement released 19 March to explain the decision to keep factories open. "We are taking the utmost precautions to ensure the health and well-being of our employees and consumers."But Julia was alarmed."There had been rumours there were cases even before that," she recalled. "I heard about people getting hospitalised from Smithfield specifically. They only know from word of mouth."Julia does not work at the factory. She is a graduate student in her 20s, stuck back at home after her university shut in response to the Covid

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As a pandemic grips the world, a person could be forgiven if they had forgotten about another threat to humanity's way of life - the rise of robots.
For better or worse the robots are going to replace many humans in their jobs, analysts say, and the coronavirus outbreak is speeding up the process.
"People usually say they want a human element to their interactions but Covid-19 has changed that," says Martin Ford, a futurist who has written about
the ways robots will be integrated into the economy in the coming decades."[Covid-19] is going to change consumer preference and really open up new
opportunities for automation."Companies large and small are expanding how they use robots to increase social distancing and reduce the number of staff
that have to physically come to work. Robots are also being used to perform roles workers cannot do at home.Walmart, America's biggest retailer, is using
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robots to scrub its floors.Robots in South Korea have been used to measure temperatures and distribute hand sanitiser.With health experts warning some
social distancing measures may need to be in place through 2021, robot workers may be in greater demand.Bring in the robot cleaners Companies that make
cleaning and sanitising products have seen demand soar.UVD Robots, the Danish manufacture of ultraviolet-light-disinfection robots, shipped hundreds of
its machines to hospitals in China and Europe.Groceries and restaurants offering takeaway are using these machines more too.Experts say as more businesses
re-open we can expect to see further adoption of this technology - you may see robots cleaning your schools or offices."Customers now care more about their
safety and the safety and health of workers," says Blake Morgan, author of The Customer of the Future."Moves towards automation can keep them all healthier
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and customers will reward companies that do this."There are still limitations. Ms Morgan points out that automated checkouts at groceries should reduce
human interactions but because many systems don't work well or break easily customers avoid them and go to human cashiers instead.Help with social distancing
Food service is another area where the use of robots is likely to increase because of health concerns.Fast-food chains like McDonald's have been testing robots
as cooks and servers.In warehouses, like those operated by Amazon and Walmart, robots were already used to improve efficiency. The Covid-19 outbreak has both
companies looking to increase the use of robots for sorting, shipping and packing.

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As Covid-19  หนังใหม่ continues to spread across the US, President Donald Trump has given governors guidance on reopening state
economies in the coming months.The guidelines for "Opening up America Again" outline three phases in which states can
gradually ease their lockdowns.Mr บ้านผลบอล69 Trump promised governors they would be handling the process themselves, with help from
the federal government.The US has 654,301 confirmed cases and 32,186 deaths due to the virus.Mr Trump has suggested some
states could reopen this month.White House defends Ivanka travel amid lockdown A run through the 'warzone' of New York

The daunting reality of getting US back to normal What did Trump say at the briefing? In his daily briefing on Thursday
President Trump declared "the next front in our war - opening up America again"."America wants to be open and Americans
want to be open," he said. "A national shutdown is not a sustainable long-term solution."He said that a prolonged lockdown
risked inflicting a serious toll on public health. He warned of a "sharp rise" in drug abuse, alcohol abuse, heart disease
and other "physical and mental" problems.Mr Trump told reporters that healthy citizens would be able to return to work "as
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conditions allow". He said Americans would continue to be called upon to maintain social distancing measures and to stay homr
if they are unwell.He said that reopening the US economy would be done "one careful step at a time" but he called on state
governors to คาสิโนออนไลน์DEWABET move "very, very quickly, depending on what they want to do".Shortly afterwards, leading Democrat Nancy Pelosi,
Speaker of the House of Representatives, called the new guidelines "vague and inconsistent".She said the document did "nothing
to make up for the president's failure to listen to the scientists and produce and distribute national rapid testing"What is in the plan

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US หนังใหม่President Donald Trump says he has instructed his administration to halt funding to the World Health Organization (WHO).He saidบ้านผลบอล69 theWHO had "failed in its basic duty" in its response to the coronavirus outbreak.He accused the UN body of mismanaging and covering up the spread of the virus after it emerged in China, and said it must be held accountable.Mr Trump has previously accused the WHO of being
biased towards China.The US president has himself come under criticism at home over his handling of the outbreak."I am directing my administration to halt funding while a review is conducted to assess the World Health Organization's role in severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the coronavirus," Mr Trump told a news conference at the White House.
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"The WHO failed in its basic duty and it must be held accountable," he added.Reacting to Mr Trump's remarks, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said now was "not the time" to be cutting resources for the WHO.The US is the WHO's biggest single funder, providing$400m (£316m) last year - just under 15% of its total budget.China's contribution in 2018-19 was almost $76m in assessed contributionsand about $10m in voluntary funding, according to the WHO website.The organisation launched an appeal in March for $675m to help fight the pandemicคาสิโนออนไลน์DEWABET and is reported to be planning a fresh appeal for at least $1bn."With the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have deepconcerns whether America's generosity has been put to the best use possible," the president said.

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President Donald หนังใหม่ Trump has claimed "total" power to lift the nationwide coronavirus lockdown, contradicting governors and legal experts.
"The president of the United States calls the shots," Mr Trump said during a combative press conference in which he feuded with reporters.
But the US Constitution says the states maintain public order and safety.Ten states on the US East and West coasts are planning to lift their
strict stay-at-home orders.The US is the บ้านผลบอล69 global epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic with 682,619 confirmed cases and 23,608 deaths.
What did President Trump say?Mr Trump, a Republican, told the daily White House coronavirus briefing on Monday that his administration was
finalising a plan to reopen the US economy, which has been largely shut down to slow the spread of the coronavirus.The Trump administration
has signalled 1 May as a potential date for easing the restrictions.The current White House recommendations for Americans to avoid restaurants

and non-essential travel and keep in-person gatherings to no more than 10 people expire on 30 April.But when journalists queried whether Mr Trump
had the authority to over-ride stay-at- เว็บแทงบอลfun88 home orders imposed on a state-by-state basis, he said: "When somebody is the president of the United States
the authority is total."It's total. The governors know that."He added: "That being said, we're going to work with the states."The president insisted
"numerous provisions" in the US founding charter give him such power, without specifying which ones.But legal experts say the president does not havethe authority to reverse a public health restriction put in place at the state or local level.USS Roosevelt sailor dies of Covid-19'I lost my mum to
coronavirus on Mother's Day'Asked by the BBC's Jon Sopel if he was concerned about the possibility of having to close the economy again if a second
wave of coronavirus strikes, Mr Trump said: "It does weigh on my mind."He told reporters the number of deaths from the virus in the US had begun to

plateau, indicating that social distancing efforts had succeeded.During the briefing, the White House played a video montage lambasting the media
coverage, touting the president's handling of the pandemic and clips of governors praising the Trump administration.Several news outlets, which have
been broadcasting the daily  คาสิโนออนไลน์DEWABET briefings live, quickly cut away.What are governors saying?Governors assert it is their prerogative when the coronavirus
related restrictions get lifted.Responding to a Trump tweet earlier in the day claiming unilateral authority on the matter, Governor Tom Wolf of
Pennsylvania said: "Well, seeing as how we had the responsibility for closing the state down, I think we probably have the primary responsibility
for opening it up."State governors are discussing plans to resume economic activity without apparent input from the Trump administration.Officials
in New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania promised an "overwhelmingly prudent" approach, but gave

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General Discussion / Harbin tightens rules to curb virus
« on: April 12, 2020, 11:50:09 pm »
The Chinese city of Harbin has stepped up efforts to curb the virus, implementing a 28-day quarantine period for all arrivals from abroad.
Those entering the capital of Heilongjiang province, which borders Russia, will be held at a quarantine centre for 14 days, followed by
another 14 days at home.They will also have to go through two nucleic acid tests and an antibody test, said state media outlet the Global Times.
According to Bloomberg, Heilongjiang has in this month alone seen more than 100 imported infections from Russia.The border town of Suifenhe,
also in Heilongjiang but around 300 miles east of Harbin, has already entered lockdown. Read about it here.A message to US high school seniors
The coronavirus has closed many high schools around America for the rest of the school year. This means final year students, or seniors, are
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missing out on big events such as their proms and graduation ceremonies.But one student in Indiana decided to use his video skills to give
graduating seniors the opportunity to share a message with their peers. Have a watch 5,000 people in Tasmania forced to quarantine
The Australian state of Tasmania has closed down two hospitals after a number of infections were found to be linked to them.All 1,200 staff
members from the North West Regional Hospital and the North West Private Hospital in Burnie, as well as their household members, now need to
go into quarantine for two weeks. Local media reports say that's about 5,000 people that will have to be quarantined.The majority of patients
will be transferred to a nearby hospital so the hospitals can undergo "deep cleaning".Around 60 cases of the state's 144 cases have been linked
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to the hospitals, say local media reports.“Never before has a premier had to ask a community to do this,” said the state's premier Peter Gutwein.
"But I would ask that you work with us. This is the best way that we can get on top of this, that we can stop the spread of this insidious disease.”
The numbers are relatively small but the trend is upwards, and that is not good for China.The 108 new confirmed cases is the highest number of daily
infections in more than five weeks in the officially reported government numbers.The main reason, according to the statistics, is a continued stream
of Chinese nationals returning home. They account for almost all the confirmed cases. Almost half are concentrated in the northern province of Heilongjiang where some Chinese crossing from Russia have brought it with them.Despite severe restrictions on international travel coming into China, the reality is

the government hasn’t been able to completely stop new cases of the virus emerging.In the province of Hubei, where it all began, the numbers are very small but people are still dying. Two new deaths there have been reported.That’s despite the fact it was deemed safe enough to open up to the rest of China Bocelli concert in empty Milan cathedralOpera star Andrea Bocelli has held an Easter concert in Milan, singing in the city's famous cathedral - accompanied only by the organ.Called Music for Hope, the concert was live-streamed on YouTube and prompted an outpouring of applause on social media as millions of people around the world celebrated Easter under lockdown."Thanks to music, streamed live, bringing together millions of clasped hands everywhere in the worw we will hug this wounded Earth's pulsing heart," Bocelli said at the beginning of his performance.For the finale, he sang Amazing Grace outside the cathedral

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The United States now has now overtaken Italy to have the highest death toll from coronavirus in the world.The latest data, compiled by Johns
Hopkins University, shows more than 20,000 people in the US have now died.The grim milestone comes shortly after the US became the first nation
to record more than 2,000 virus deaths in a single day.The governor of New York Andrew Cuomo said on Saturday the state's death toll appeared
to be stabilising.Announcing a 24-hour figure of 783 new deaths, he noted the last several days had seen around the same number.That is not an
all-time high, and you can see that the number is somewhat stabilising but it is stabilising at a horrific rate," Mr Cuomo said. "These are just
incredible numbers depicting incredible loss and pain."New York state has become the epicentre of the outbreak in the US, recording more than
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180,000 of the country's estimated 520,000 cases.Killed by a virus he thought had been overhyped Why some US churches are still open this Easter
A New York paramedic's coronavirus diary As of Saturday, every single US state has declared a disaster in response to the outbreak.In other developments on Saturday:A further 917 deaths were recorded in the UK, bringing the national total to 9,875 The Queen released an Easter message in which she says coronavirus will not overcome us"The Spanish health ministry reported 510 further deaths - the lowest number recorded there for almost three weeksDeaths in France and Italy increased but numbers of patients in intensive care dropped againThere are reports that the Indian prime minister has agreedto extend lockdown measuresMore than 100,000 have now died with the virus around the world since the pandemic broke out in China in December.
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What is the latest across the US?As of Saturday afternoon Italy had reported 19,468 coronavirus deaths while the US had 20,506, according to the JohnsHopkins tally.There are now at least 527,111 recorded cases of Covid-19 across the US.Dr Anthony Fauci, US infectious diseases chief, has said the countryis "starting to see the levelling off and coming down" of cases and deaths but says mitigation efforts such as social distancing should not be pulled back yet.Federal social distancing recommendations, issued by President Donald Trump, are currently in place until 30 April.The president is facing twin pressures from the outbreak: with at least 16 million jobs lost in recent weeks as virus restrictions cripple the country's economy.He said on Friday that a new council made up of business and medical figures, would be announced next week to help him with the "biggest decision I've ever had to make" on when to relax measures

It comes as Congress continues to spar over the next stage of Covid-19 financial relief.Democrats want a new proposed $250bn (£200bn) bill to help small businesses to also allow for additional funding for hospitals and local governments.But on Saturday the two top Republicans in Congress, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, rejected the demand.In a statement they described the move as a "reckless threat" which blocked "job-saving funding"The US has become the first country in the world to record more than 2,000 coronavirus deaths in a single day.Figures from JohnsHopkins University show 2,108 people died in the past 24 hours while there are now more than half a million confirmed infections.The US could soon surpass Italy as the country with the most coronavirus deaths worldwide.But experts on the White House Covid-19 task force say the outbreak is starting to level off across the US.

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Oil producers are racing to finalise a deal to reduce output by about 10% in an effort to stabilise plunging prices due to coronavirus lockdowns.Oil producers group Opec and allies on Thursday announced the record supply cut, but the plans were cast in doubt after Mexico baulked at the cuts.Mexico later said they would move forward, thanks to a deal with the US to help shoulder the reductions.US President Donald Trump said he had proposed to "help Mexico along".He said the US would reduce its output andMexicowould"reimburse" the US at some later date. He added that he wasn't sure thedeal would be accepted."We're working on it. I think eventually it's going to work out," he said.Oil markets were closed on Friday, as G20 energy ministersheld talks to finalise the agreement.But the prospect of cuts had failed to boost prices a day earlier, with many analysts saying they would do little to
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offset the massive drop in demand as the coronavirus pandemic has grounded planes, halted travel and put a brake on industry across the world.Reduce the surplusIn prepared remarks at the G20 meeting, US Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette called the situation "dire" and made worse by the price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia, after Russia would not join a plan to cut supply last month.Mr Brouillette said America would "take surplus off the market" by storing "as much oil as possible" and predicted a fall in US output, pointing to the struggles low prices have created for US companies. But he did not promise specific reductions."We call on all nations to use every means at their disposal to help reduce the surplus," he said.Government-directed supply cuts would be highly unusual in the US.However, on Friday, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Mr Trump had spoken to him on Thursday and suggested the US would help its neighbour with the cuts.

Mr Lopez Obrador said the US would make 250,000 barrels per day in additional cuts to its oil output, allowing Mexico to cut just 100,000.Some analysts havequestioned whether any agreed cuts would succeed in boosting the price of oil, given the prospect of a sharp and possibly prolonged global economic downturn
as the International Monetary Fund and World Trade Organisation have warned.If it does remain subdued, lower prices on the wholesale oil market could lead tocheaper production costs of some materials, such as plastic. That would potentially be reflected in prices of everyday consumer goods. However, producer countrieswill see sharp reductions in revenue.Jameel Ahmad, global head of currency strategy and market research at FXTM, said the production cut "is not the ultimate answer"."Should the current corona restrictions persist in the world economic environment, demand for oil will drop to an extent that whatever Opec+ proposes will barely manage
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to put a stable floor on prices, let alone achieve a stronger medium and longer-term valuation," he said Crude had already fallen to just over $31 a barrel at the startof the month after Saudi Arabia failed to convince Russia to back production cuts that had previously been agreed with the other members of Opec. By the end of March crude had fallen to $22.58, its lowest price in 18 years.On Thursday Opec secretary-general Mohammed Barkindo said: "There is a grizzly shadow hanging over all of us.
We do not want this shadow to envelope us. It will have a crushing and long-term impact on the entire industry."The Opec producers' organisation and its allies said theyhad reached a tentative agreement to cut production by about 10% compared to what was being produced before the crisis. Another 5 million barrels is expected to be cut byother oil exporting countries.Opec said the cuts would be eased to eight million barrels a day between July and December. They would later be eased again to six million

barrels from January 2021.A final agreement was dependent on Mexico, which had questioned the size of cuts it was asked to make.Move to renewables However, environmentalcampaign group Greenpeace said that the world needed to move away from using oil altogether.Greenpeace executive director John Sauven said: "In the context of climate changeproduction cuts don't matter one way or the other - the overwhelming impact of oil comes from its use."The economics of oil have always been beholden to geopolitics, rivalriesbetween producing countries, as well as industry interests with no regard for people or planet."The urgent question facing us now is how to make sure that any future recovery
builds a safe, resilient and healthier economy that can withstand future shocks and avoid climate breakdown. We need to build that recovery on clean, affordable renewable energy."

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