Coronavirus outbreak: United States surpasses Italy for most COVID-19 deaths

Coronavirus outbreak: United States surpasses Italy for most COVID-19 deaths

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let’s take a look at the global pandemic numbers now there are more than 1.7 million cases of Coppa 19 around the world the u.s. is reporting more than 20,000 deaths surpassing Italy as the country with the most fatalities today alone the u.s. recorded more than 17 hundred deaths and in each state the local governments are struggling with making decisions about schools reopening and church services on this holy weekend Jennifer Johnson reports as America becomes the world’s greatest victim of kovat 19 government officials continue to plead with citizens to stay home but on this holy weekend there’s a state-by-state debate over allowing people to attend religious services at least eight states are allowing people to congregate Easter Sunday including Florida whose governor continues to preach social distancing and we said stay away from crowds stay home as much as you can be careful out there in other states Church parking lots will be patrolled and license plates recorded to enforce 14 day quarantines but in most cities and towns pews will be empty the faithful looking for hope through online services be patient endure the Reverend Timothy Cole will speak to his congregation through video after kovat 19 put him in intensive care for 21 days and forced nearly 400 of his parishioners to self isolate if anyone was to come out to church and get the virus and die then I think we would all feel really really yeah president Donald Trump backed off from his earlier hope of filling up Easter Sunday churches now he’s focused on slowly reopening

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businesses and plans to meet with a new task force studying that next week the World Health Organization and White House coronavirus doctors are warning if lockdown measures are lifted too early infection rates could soar again it’s his choice but I certainly will continue as I’ve always had to give my honest assessment of the scientific and data that is really the evidence that I based my judgments on but local leaders are really in control of what will reopen and what will stay closed New York City’s mayor has decided to suspend the rest of the school year at a mayor largest district it’s literally a painful decision to close our schools because we feared at that moment that we would not be able to bring them back schools are expected to reopen in September lawmakers and educators have learned their lesson on just how dangerous Kovan 19 can be Jennifer Johnson Global News Washington big nations are already in crisis with weak economies fragile health care systems and food scarcity as Redman Shannon reports kovat 19 will likely cause even more death and destruction in this part of the world in developing nations like Uganda kovat 19 threatens to be even more devastating than it has been in Italy Spain or New York weak health care systems poor sanitation and cramped living conditions could all contribute to a higher death toll and with much of the planet on lockdown these nations don’t have the financial resources to support those unable to work the UN says more than half of the world has no access to income support have no food have no money I think everybody has to pray I’d rather die from disease than from hunger says this man in India’s capital New Delhi articulating the brutal choice that so many are facing the World Food Programme says the crisis will likely worsen the situation in Africa’s Sahel region drought and violence there have already put millions more at risk of hunger this year so a major challenge now although all the area or the routes are blocked and as access are really limited and and we are trying to prepare ourselves to help to avoid the karana spread for medics preparing for kovat 19 the challenges and dangers are even greater than in the West we cannot dr. Mamadou bowel day works in an infectious disease unit in Sierra Leone he says even in normal circumstances basic equipment is in short supply the country has just a handful of ventilators however Sierra Leone does have the advantage of lessons learned from the 2014 Ebola outbreak it put us in a position where communication is easy Ebola could be a quite different but as long as you see it is an out but many developing countries do not have that traumatic memory and as the virus takes hold the only warnings they have are the grim stories currently unfolding in the West Redman Shannon Global News London as we keep you informed on Cova 19 Donna Friesen will be hosting a special program on Sunday evenings it’s called coronavirus the new reality and it starts tomorrow at 7 p.m.

Coronavirus outbreak: United States surpasses Italy for most COVID-19 deaths

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