Coronavirus Update : United States cases top over 100,000

Coronavirus Update by cities : United States deaths tops over 8,492

Coronavirus Update  – The new coronavirus pandemic has now killed more than 27,100 people worldwide.

In the past 24 hours, the number of coronavirus deaths in the UK has increased by 563, a record, bringing the number of deaths at hospitals to 2,352.

Announced on Wednesday, Spain recorded the highest daily deaths-another 864-while the number of infections jumped from 94,417 to 102,136.

In the United States, the death toll has exceeded 8,000.

 

United States – Infected : 312,085, Recovered : 14,967 Deaths:  8,499

At the same time, the Secretary-General of the United Nations warned that this was the “most serious crisis” the world has faced since World War II, with Iran killing more than 3,000 people and causing 138 deaths.

Johns Hopkins University said that more than 65,711 people have died worldwide, about 1,216,422 have been diagnosed, and about 252,478 have been cured.

According to the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering, more than 593,000 cases worldwide have been diagnosed with COVID-19, a disease caused by a new respiratory virus.

By far, New York has the most cases of all states in the United States. According to Cuomo, New Jersey ranks second with 114,174 cases  with 3,565 deaths.

Coronavirus infected cases by cities in the United States

State/territory Confirmed cases Deaths
New York 114,174 3,565
New Jersey 34,124 846
Michigan 14,225 540
California 13,904 324
Louisiana 12,496 409
Massachusetts 11,736 216
Florida 11,545 195
Pennsylvania 10,507 139
Illinois 10,360 245
Washington 7,632 318
Texas 6,872 122
Georgia 6,383 208
Connecticut 5,276 165
Colorado 4,565 126
Indiana 3,953 116
Ohio 3,739 102
Tennessee 3,322 50
Maryland 3,172 54
North Carolina 2,549 35
Virginia 2,407 52
Missouri 2,345 43
Arizona 2,236 52
Wisconsin 2,128 60
South Carolina 1,917 40
Nevada 1,742 46
Alabama 1,633 44
Mississippi 1,455 35
Utah 1,435 8
Oklahoma 1,161 42
Idaho 1,078 10
Oregon 999 26
Kentucky 917 40
District of Columbia 902 21
Minnesota 865 24
Rhode Island 806 17
Iowa 787 14
Arkansas 743 14
Kansas 698 21
New Hampshire 621 9
Delaware 593 14
New Mexico 588 11
Vermont 461 20
Maine 456 10
Puerto Rico 452 18
Hawaii 351 3
Nebraska 323 8
West Virginia 282 2
Montana 281 6
South Dakota 212 2
Wyoming 187 0
North Dakota 186 3
Alaska 171 5
Guam 93 4
Virgin Islands 40 0

 

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The Michigan health system has come up with an emergency plan for doctors to make life-and-death decisions while treating patients with a coronavirus pandemic.

Henry Ford Health Systems, which outlined the draft for the plan to families, was widely shared on Twitter late Thursday night.

The plan was entered in what looks like a hospital letterhead, stating that patients with the most chance of surviving coronavirus will be “our top priority” and patients who are “very sick and extremely unlikely to survive” will receive “pain control and comfort “Measures” instead of ventilator and intensive care treatment.

The letter said: “Treatment of these patients consumes the resources of patients who may survive.” “This decision will be based on medical conditions and the possibility of an improvement.”

Henry Ford’s health system, in response to a series of tweets about the letter, confirmed its accuracy, but clarified that the policy had not yet been implemented.

The company wrote on Twitter: “In the face of a pandemic, we must prepare for the worst.” “Using the collective wisdom of our industry, we have a policy in place to make difficult patient care decisions Provide guidance. We hope that they will never have to be applied. We will always use all our resources to care for our patients. ”

“The reason for the increase is because someone went to the hospital to breathe for so long 20 or 25 days ago,” Cuomo said. “When someone is on the ventilator for a long period of time, the results are usually not good. ”

As the pandemic escalates, the State School of New York will remain closed until April 15th, Cuomo saying it will be re-evaluated from then on. Schools in New York City are closed until at least April 20.

The governor said the state’s hospital has 53,000 beds but needs 140,000 beds. Cuomo said that the hospital must increase its capacity by 50%, and he hopes that the hospital can increase its capacity by 100%.

He said the state is also seeking to build a temporary emergency hospital and is looking for a location.

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Naval hospital ship Mercy arrives at the Port of Los Angeles on Friday and will help ease the burden on the city’s hospitals.

USNS Mercy has 1,128 active medical staff and will provide treatment for non-COVID-19 patients.

In New York City, the heart of the coronavirus pandemic, the fire department handled more than 6,000 911 calls on Thursday, its busiest day in history.

That’s almost twice the normal 911 call volume in the department.

Officials said the record-high levels of calls were largely caused by people who were afraid or worried that they were infected with the coronavirus.

At least 365 people died in New York City, double the number of deaths in any state.

The mayor said there were enough hospital supplies in the city this week and next, but “this is what I can guarantee, and unfortunately after that, we think the crisis will continue into April to May.”

De Blasio said: “We need help now. When the president said that New York State does not need 30,000 ventilators, with all his due respect, he did not take into account the fact that this astronomical increase in the crisis “” A ventilator means someone lives or dies … without a ventilator, many people would not be able to breathe. ”

He warned that the city needed 15,000 ventilators.

“We have some, and I’m grateful for that, but it has to be continued,” Blasio said. “The president must sign a contract with a company that can make ventilators not only for New York City  but also for the entire country. Before things get better, things will get worse … the country will need them. ”

De Blasio called the president’s goal of reopening the country for Easter as “wrong hope.”

The mayor said: “It’s best to let the president be outspoken to people because we face a tough battle.” “Invest in military forces that are not yet fully involved. They are ready, but the president must give orders. Build ventilators across the country. Supplies are available everywhere. People will use be able to use them in April and September.

Coronavirus Update

Worldwide

Worldwide
1,216,422
Recovered : 252,478
 Death : 65,711

United States

United States
Infected : 311,658
Recovered : 14,967
 Deaths:  8,499

Spain

Spain
130,759
38,080
12,418

Italy

Italy
124,632
20,996
15,362

Germany

Germany
96,108
23,192
1,446

China

China
81,669
76,964
3,329

France

France
68,605
14,008
7,560

Iran

Iran
58,226
22,011
3,603

United Kingdom

United Kingdom
41,903
4,313

Turkey

Turkey
23,934
786
501

Switzerland

Switzerland
20,651
6,415
680

Belgium

Belgium
19,691
3,751
1,447

Netherlands

Netherlands
17,851
1,766

Canada

Canada
14,000
2,603
233

Austria

Austria
11,861
2,998
204

Portugal

Portugal
11,278
75
295

Brazil

Brazil
10,361
127
445

South Korea

South Korea
10,237
6,463
183

Israel

Israel
8,018
427
47

Sweden

Sweden
6,616
205
392

Australia

Australia
5,677
636
34

Norway

Norway
5,646
66

Russia

Russia
5,389
355
45

Ireland

Ireland
4,604
25
137

Czechia

Czechia
4,475
78
62

Denmark

Denmark
4,369
1,327
1

Chile

Chile
4,161
528
27

Romania

Romania
3,864
374
148

Poland

Poland
3,834
116
84

Malaysia

Malaysia
3,662
1,005
61

Ecuador

Ecuador
3,465
100
318

India

India
3,374
267
77

 

 

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