Featured, Health & Fitness, Insurance, Justice, Lifestyle, News

Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases

Unites State: A top U.S. health official says regional lockdowns are possible and warns the most vulnerable against travel as a 19th person dies in Washington State.

Italy: Italy reported a huge jump in deaths from the coronavirus on Sunday, a surge of more than 50 percent from the day before .

“We are facing an emergency, a national emergency,” Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said in announcing the government decree to restricting movement for about a quarter of the Italian population in regions that serve as the country’s economic engine.

Tunisia: The Tunisian Health Ministry said on Wednesday that 996 people are in medical home quarantine over suspicion of being infected with the novel coronavirus. On Monday, the Tunisian Health Ministry said a citizen, who returned from Italy, tested positive for the virus.

Keep up to date with the latest news on CORVID-19 virus. If you plan to travel, follow the interactive map with the countries most affected by the virus: Coronavirus CORVID-19 interactive map

News

Europe – Begins evacuation mission to China due to coronavirus

A German military plane is on its way to China to evacuate more than 100 people amid the coronavirus outbreak. DW follows developments as China and the world take steps to curb the spread of the virus.

French TV station BFM reports that the first plane bringing back French nationals from coronavirus-hit regions of China has landed in France.

The Chinese Embassy in Japan asks Spring Airlines, a carrier based in Shanghai, to bring home Wuhan residents stranded in Japan on chartered flights. The first is scheduled for Saturday, according to the embassy website.

Italian government declares state of emergency to enable faster action on curbing spread of coronavirus.

German military plane leaves Cologne for the Chinese city of Wuhan on a mission to evacuate more than 100 people, including dozens of German citizens.. The evacuees, who will arrive back in Germany on Saturday, will be kept in quarantine at a military site for two weeks, according to German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas. He said the plane would also deliver aid to Chinese authorities, including 10,000 protective suits.

*Muvison may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this site. Thank you for your support.