COVID-19 Updates (23/3)

At the time of writing, 353,320 cases of the COVID-19 had been reported worldwide with 15,408 deaths. China, Italy, the US, and Spain being the worst affected by the pandemic.

The coronavirus is now affecting 192 countries and territories.

IOC has set a 4 weeks deadline for the decision on the Summer Games amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Eretria, Mozambique, Uganda, Syria, Dominica, and Grenada all have reported their first case of the coronavirus.

India to ground domestic commercial flights.

Spain’s ICU cases are slowing, bringing “some hope,” health official says.

New York City hospitals will only get through this week without more supplies, mayor says.

American Secretary of State Mike Pompeo released a statement today slamming Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the regime’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak.

The UK has prepared to impose stricter distancing measures, as health official calls those who refuse to stay apart “very selfish”.

US Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said the US is looking into why young people in the country are being diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.

McDonald’s and Nando’s shut down all their UK restaurants, even for takeout.

Health officials in Nigeria have issued a warning over chloroquine after they said three people in the country overdosed on the drug, in the wake of President Trump’s comments about using it to treat coronavirus.
In Washington’s new war, the coronavirus pandemic is out-sprinting frantic government efforts to cope with its tragic humanitarian and grave economic toll.

South Korea reports the lowest daily number of infections since peaking last month.

Millions of people across India have been placed under lockdown until the end of the month as efforts to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country intensified.

Hong Kong bans most non-residents from entering the city.

The United Arab Emirates is closing all shopping malls and food markets for two weeks.

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