Infected with coronavirus exceeded 100,000 cases globally
The number of people infected with the new “Corona” virus, Friday evening, exceeded 100,000 cases worldwide.
Reuters said that, according to its statistics, it monitored the number of infections in the “Corona” virus, which exceeded the 100,000 level in the world.
“Reuters” based its statistics on the data of ministries of health and government officials in various countries of the world.
The disease caused by the virus has spread to 85 countries and regions, killing more than 3,000, according to data compiled by the Chinese National Health Commission.
The number of people infected with “Corona” worldwide reached one hundred thousand and 379 cases, and the number of deaths 3,408, most of them in China. South Korea and Italy are ranked second and third, according to WHO figures.
China announces 143 new infections
The Chinese authorities confirmed today, Friday, the death toll from the newly created Coronavirus in the country to 3042 people, confirmed infections to 80,552 cases and the recovery of 53700 after treatment.
The National Health Committee of China said in a statement: “The Health Affairs Committee has received data from 31 provinces, confirming the injury of 80,552 people. In addition, we currently have 23,784 patients, among whom (5737 are in critical health condition), and a difference of 3,042 people died due to infection, and 53,700 people have left the hospital after recovery.
The Health Committee pointed out that 143 new cases were discovered during the past 24 hours and 30 people died, including 29 cases in Hubei Province, the epicenter of one epidemic and one case in Wuhan, and 1,681 cases recovered after treatment.
The number of casualties is increasing in South Korea
South Korea revealed today, Friday, that the number of cases of the Coronavirus has increased to 6284 cases, an increase of 196 cases since Thursday evening.
The Korean Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that seven other deaths from the virus have been reported, bringing the total number to 42 deaths.
In the context, the World Health Organization announced today, Friday, the increase in the number of people infected with Coronavirus in the world, after recording 2241 cases during the past 24 hours and 83 deaths, including 31 deaths on the Chinese mainland. The organization pointed out that the number of people infected with Coronavirus in the world reached 98 thousand and 698 cases, including 80 thousand and 565 cases in China.
The organization added that the number of deaths in China reached 3015, and outside it, there were 267 deaths.
A number of countries in the Middle East, Europe, and some American states have suspended the study partially or temporarily, in addition to canceling many public events and events and taking urgent precautionary measures.
Corona reaps the first victim in Britain
Health authorities in Britain have announced the first death of a patient diagnosed with the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19).
The British National Health Care Authority said the deceased was old and had tested last night and had positive results with the virus. British health official Chris Witte said he believed the deceased had contracted the infection inside Britain, according to the BBC.
The UK has reported more than 30 cases of HIV during the past 24 hours, bringing the number of people infected to 116 confirmed cases so far. The confirmed cases include 105 patients in England, six in Scotland, three in Northern Ireland, and two in Wales.
12 deaths from the “Covid 19” virus in the United States of America
The death toll from the Coronavirus in the United States on Thursday rose to 12 when King County in Washington reported the latest deaths. Among the deaths, Washington saw 11 cases while one occurred in California.
Most of the cases detected in Washington were associated with an outbreak at a facility providing care for elderly patients in the Kirkland suburb of Seattle, including six deaths.
Record 124 deaths in Iran
The Iranian Ministry of Health revealed on Friday that the death toll from the Coronavirus has risen to 124 after 17 deaths in the last 24 hours.
The ministry said in a statement that the number of coronavirus infections worldwide reached 4,747 cases.
Today, Iran announced the suspension of all sporting activities and events, in anticipation of the spread of the Coruna virus.
On Friday, Iranian authorities imposed restrictions on entering the northern provinces of Gilan and Mazandaran to limit the spread of the Coronavirus.
And a member of the Iranian government committee to combat Corona, Masoud Mardani, expected between 30 and 40% of Tehran’s population to be infected with the virus in the next two weeks, due to the intensive visits to health centers.
Record the second injury in Morocco
The Moroccan Ministry of Health has announced the registration of the second confirmed case of “Corona”, coming from Italy.
The ministry said yesterday that the injured woman is currently under health care in a hospital in the city of Casablanca, where it will be taken care of in accordance with the approved health procedures. She indicated that the interests of the Directorate of Epidemiology and Diseases of the Ministry of Health will take the necessary measures accompanying this situation, in accordance with national and international health safety standards.
The Vatican reveals the first infection Corona
Today, Friday, the Vatican revealed that a patient at his medical service center was infected with the Coronavirus.
Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said the case was discovered on Thursday, and “medical examination services in the Vatican’s outpatient clinics have been suspended for sterilization and disinfection.” He added that the emergency services will continue, noting that the Vatican notified the Italian health authorities of this case.
The announcement of the first death in the Netherlands
The Netherlands National Institute of Health said that an 86-year-old man died of infection with the Coronavirus today, in the first known death from the virus in the Netherlands.
The man died in a hospital in the coastal city of Rotterdam. The Netherlands revealed the first infection with the virus on February 27. The number of confirmed cases was 82 as of Thursday.
28 new cases in Sweden
Swedish authorities have confirmed the registration of 28 new cases of the emerging coronavirus, bringing the total to 94 confirmed cases.
Samples were taken from about 1000 people in the Stockholm area, and the largest number of injured people in this region with 59 confirmed cases, according to the authorities. “We are following our routine procedures. We are testing patients who meet the standards recommended by the Public Health Authority. Affected patients are quarantined according to their needs,” said Bear Volyn, a doctor at the Stockholm Infection Control Center.
The World Health Organization raised the risk of the spread of the emerging coronavirus in the world to a “high level”, saying that the continuous increase in the number of new cases and affected countries “is certainly a cause for concern.”
Norway announces 30 new cases
Tests of 30 people in Norway showed positive results for the emerging coronavirus, which brings the number of infected people to 86, according to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
“All cases of infection abroad can still be linked, most of which are related to the epidemic in northern Italy, two in Iran, two in Hong Kong and one in China,” the institute said in a statement on Thursday.
“The spread of infection may enter a new stage, as we cannot link every person to the affected area with the known epidemic. Tips for infection prevention are continuously evaluated based on” developments in other countries, “said medical director of Line Fold.
Depending on the geographical distribution, there are 22 patients in Westland County, 21 in Viken and 18 in Oslo, seven in Trondelag, five in the most abundant, four in England, three in Rogaland, two in Moro, Ramsdale, two in Telemark and Westfold, and two in Troms and Finnmark.
The National Institute for Reproductive Health confirmed that none of the patients suffers from serious diseases or was transferred to the hospital, adding that the people concerned are quarantined at home and followed by local health services in their municipalities.
The number of injuries exceeds 500 cases in Germany
German authorities announced that they registered dozens of new confirmed cases of coronavirus in the country, bringing the death toll sharply to more than 500 people.
The Robert Koch Institute, a federal institution concerned with counting the death toll of the virus in Germany, confirmed on Friday that the number of confirmed cases in the country had risen from 400 to 534.
Most of these cases (281 cases) were registered in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (the largest German state in terms of population), followed by Baden-Württemberg (91 cases) and Bavaria from which the outbreak of the virus began in the country (79 cases). The dangerous virus has spread to all German states except Saxony-Anhalt.
Corona sneaks into the French Parliament
The French National Assembly (Parliament) announced that a Republican Party deputy and an employee of Parliament were infected with the new Coronavirus, in a third suspected case.
The number of deaths caused by the Coronavirus in France rose to 9 cases, and the country recorded 577 new cases. This rise in the number of infections and deaths is the largest since the virus began spreading in France.
Six injuries were reported in Russia
The Corona Virus Control Center recorded six cases of 19 Covid viruses during the last 24 hours, including five in Moscow and one in Nizhny Novgorod.
The report issued by the center stated: “During the last 24 hours, six cases of coronavirus infection were recorded among the citizens of the Russian Federation, five cases in Moscow and one in Nizhny Novgorod.”
10 of 230 cases were recovered in Spain
The Spanish Ministry of Health announced that the number of confirmed cases of the Coronavirus emerging in Spain has reached more than 230 cases, of which 10 have been fully recovered and 10 others are owners under intensive care.
Fernando Simon, director of the Emergency Coordination Center of the Ministry of Health, said in a press conference that “the number of confirmed cases of the Coronavirus emerging in Spain has reached 230 so far, of whom 10 have recovered completely and the owners have left the hospital.” He pointed out that ten other people who have been confirmed with the virus are In the intensive care departments.
Fernando Simon added that 90 percent of those infected with the new coronavirus had contracted the disease in the epidemic, adding that 20 confirmed cases have not yet been reached regarding the source of the infection. The official pointed out that the number of confirmed cases that have been announced so far are distributed between 90 cases in Madrid, 24 cases in Catalonia, 19 in Valencia, 17 in the Basque Country, 13 Pakistani, La Mancha, 12 in Andalusia, 11 each in Castilla and Leon, La Rioja, 10 in Cantabria, 8 in the Canary Islands, 6 cases in the Balearic Islands and Estremadura, and 5 Asturias and one case, in both Ragón and Galicia.
Three deaths have also been announced due to the Coronavirus emerging in Spain. It is related to an elderly lady (99 years) in Madrid and an 82-year-old man in the Basque Country, in addition to a third person who died on February 13 in the province of Valencia.
Ireland reveals seven new infections
Seven new cases were confirmed with Covid-19 in Ireland on Thursday, bringing the number of cases in the country to 13.
The Irish Ministry of Health stated that the new cases include four men from eastern Ireland, who recently traveled to northern Italy, and two women from the west of the country, who picked up the infection from a confirmed case, and a man from the south of the country who was said to be the first to transmit infection to society in the country, which means that the origin The infection is unknown, according to the ministry.
Ministry officials said that the patient from the south of the country is being treated in the intensive care unit at Cork University Hospital, adding that the patient received medical treatment at the university hospital last week and was discharged from hospital before he was recently transferred back to him, and he was confirmed to be carrying the virus.
The ministry confirmed that the search for contacts with the seven confirmed new cases in addition to the six previously confirmed cases are still ongoing, adding that the country is now in the initial containment phase in the fight against the new Coronavirus, which focuses on identifying all cases, no matter how mild.
Ireland reported its first confirmed case of Covid-19 on February 29. The case concerned a high school student in the eastern part of Ireland who had traveled to northern Italy.
12 cases of corona in Egypt
Today, Friday, the Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population and the World Health Organization announced the discovery of 12 positive cases of the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19) carrying the virus, onboard one of the Nile ships coming from Aswan Governorate to Luxor Governorate.
Khaled Mujahid, the adviser to the Egyptian Minister of Health and Population for Media Affairs and the official spokesperson of the ministry, said that a Taiwanese tourist of American origin was on board the ship.
Three new casualties in Iraq
On Thursday, the Iraqi Ministry of Health recorded three new infections with the emerging coronavirus in the provinces of Kirkuk in the north of the country and Wasit in the south.
“The Ministry of Health and the Environment announces the confirmation of three new cases of the new coronavirus, including two in Kirkuk and the third in Wasit Governorate,” the ministry said in a statement. The Ministry indicated that its cadres followed up the cases and those dealing with them, confirming that they are now receiving the required health care in the Ministry’s institutions that have been designated for this purpose. This brings the number of people infected in Iraq with this virus to 38, while the number of deaths reached three, including two in Baghdad and the third in Sulaimaniyah.
Bahrain suspends the study for an additional two weeks
Yesterday, Thursday, the Kingdom of Bahrain suspended the study for an additional two weeks until March 29th, as part of the precautionary measures against the spread of the emerging Coronavirus.
The Bahrain News Agency (BNA) stated that the decision came according to the directives of the Coordination Committee headed by the Bahraini Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, where the Ministry of Education announced that administrative and educational cadres in government and private schools, government and private higher education institutions and kindergartens should be allowed to return to work From next Sunday, corresponding to the eighth of March 2020.
The Ministry of Health has launched a special page on its website that includes sound results and existing cases and is updated daily on a regular basis, which enables everyone to follow information and statistics on the Coronavirus in the Kingdom of Bahrain. According to the site, there are 52 existing cases, where 35 cases do not need treatment while 17 patients are undergoing treatment. And between the site also recovered four cases.
Lebanon reveals a new injury
The Lebanese Ministry of Health revealed a new confirmed infection with the “Corona” virus emerging for a Lebanese woman coming from Britain, explaining that the total number of people infected with the country rose to 16 cases.
Yesterday, Thursday, the Ministry called on all expatriates from countries experiencing a local spread of the virus, to adhere fully to the measures of domestic isolation, and to contact them immediately when any symptoms appear. On February 22, Lebanon announced the first confirmed infection of the virus with a Lebanese woman coming from the Iranian city of Qom.
The first infection was detected in Cameroon
Cameroon’s Ministry of Health confirmed today, Friday, the first case of coronavirus in the central African country.
The ministry said in a statement that the patient is a 58-year-old French citizen who arrived in the capital Yaounde on the 24th of last February.
It is noteworthy that France announced yesterday, Thursday, two other deaths related to the spread of Coronavirus in the country, bringing the total deaths of the new disease to 6 deaths.
The French Health Authority said in a statement that it had registered 92 new confirmed cases of the virus, bringing the total number of infections to 377 cases.
In order to limit the spread of the virus, the French authorities announced a series of precautionary measures, including preventing gatherings in areas where the epidemic spreads until further notice, in addition to the authorities ’decision to close some schools in the regions concerned and to invite residents to avoid movement and take the utmost care.
The Coronavirus continues to spread, as it has spread outside China in more than 90 countries, causing thousands of deaths and more than 3,000 infections.
Russia cancels the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum
Russia has decided to cancel the contract for the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, which was scheduled for next June due to the outbreak of the Coruna virus (Covid-19).
“We decided not to hold the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum this year in order to preserve the health of Russian citizens, guests, and participants,” the forum’s organizing committee said in a statement yesterday.
This decision comes in response to the World Health Organization declaring an international emergency due to the outbreak of the virus and information about its spread in the countries participating in the forum.
The St. Petersburg Economic Forum is an international event that has been organized annually since 1997 in the city of St. Petersburg, Russia, as it is of great importance as it constitutes an opportunity to conclude many agreements and deals and sign memoranda of understanding between major international economic and financial institutions, in addition to discussion sessions that address various economic trends.