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FaviconItaly's coronavirus deaths push higher, new cases hold steady 2 Apr 2020, 11:03 pm

Italy's coronavirus deaths push higher, new cases hold steadyThe death toll from an outbreak of coronavirus in Italy has climbed by 760 to 13,915, the Civil Protection Agency said on Thursday, slightly higher than the daily rise of 727 registered a day earlier. Italy hit a daily peak of 6,557 new cases on March 21. Italy has registered more deaths than anywhere else in the world and accounts for around 28% of all global fatalities from the virus.




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FaviconWhy is New Orleans' coronavirus death rate twice New York's? Obesity is a factor 2 Apr 2020, 10:37 pm

Why is New Orleans' coronavirus death rate twice New York's? Obesity is a factorDoctors, public health officials and available data say the Big Easy's high levels of obesity and related ailments may be part of the problem. "We're just sicker," said Rebekah Gee, who until January was the health secretary for Louisiana and now heads Louisiana State University's healthcare services division.




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FaviconThe UK plans to issue coronavirus 'immunity passports' so Brits can leave the lockdown early 2 Apr 2020, 10:25 pm

The UK plans to issue coronavirus 'immunity passports' so Brits can leave the lockdown earlyThe Health Secretary Matt Hancock said people who could prove their immunity to the coronavirus could be allowed to return to "normal life."




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FaviconCuomo Says N.Y. Has Ventilators for Six Days, Warns Crisis Won’t End Until August 2 Apr 2020, 9:45 pm

Cuomo Says N.Y. Has Ventilators for Six Days, Warns Crisis Won’t End Until AugustNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday warned the coronavirus crisis could continue until August as cases continue to rise, with more than 400 deaths overnight across the Empire State.“There is no superhero who is immune to this disease. Anyone can get it. No one can be protected from it. I couldn’t protect my own brother,” Cuomo said. “This is troubling news.”More than 2,220 people have died and 92,381 more have been infected with the virus in New York State, with the death toll spiking 22 percent in the last 24 hours, Cuomo said. About 51,809 of those cases are in New York City, a city of 8.6 million that accounts for 21 percent of the national infection rate.As of Thursday morning, more than 5,137 people have died and 216,722 individuals have been infected with the virus nationwide—a death toll that has eclipsed China’s official count by more than 54 percent. “We are asking all the hospitals to contribute what they have to a central stockpile and then disburse on an as-need basis,” Cuomo said. “If a person comes in and needs a ventilator and you don’t have a ventilator, the person dies. That’s the blunt equation here. And right now we have a burn rate that would suggest we have about six days in the stockpile.”‘This Is a War’: Cuomo Pleads for Help From Doctors Across U.S. as Coronavirus Death Toll SurgesIn a moment of levity during Thursday’s press conference, CNN host Chris Cuomo joined his brother to talk about life with the coronavirus. The television host said that while he is continuing to work, he’s very uncomfortable—and the virus even caused him to have a fever dream in which the governor danced in a ballet outfit with a wand.“It’s not doing too great with my hair,” the younger Cuomo said, before adding to his brother, “You look like you’ve been cutting your own hair.”But despite the moment of laughter, Cuomo’s message on Thursday was clear: While the state government is working to get ahead of the virus, it could be weeks until New York sees the worst of this deadly pandemic. Projections state that the apex could come anytime between one week and a month from now. Those same projections state the virus could continue to plague New York until August, Cuomo said.  “It’s anywhere from seven to 21 to 30 days. It depends on how that model rates how effective social distancing is,” Cuomo said. “We believe it is close to the shorter end of the range with our in-house people looking at the professional modeling that’s being done.”One New York City doctor on the frontlines of this highly infectious virus told The Daily Beast he is “constantly stressed about how the worst is yet to come.” At least three nurses in city hospitals have died after contracting the coronavirus during their shifts and dozens more have tested positive.“I think over the last few weeks, we have really seen the limits our hospitals can go with as little resources as possible,” the NYU Langone doctor said. “I can’t even imagine when we get to the apex of this pandemic. How are we expected to keep this up? This is uncharted territory.”New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Implements ‘Stay at Home’ Order Amid Coronavirus PandemicSo far, state officials have already taken extraordinary steps to combat the pandemic. To alleviate overcrowding, the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center has been converted into a makeshift, 3,000-bed overflow hospital facility. The USNS Comfort, a naval ship equipped with 1,000 beds, 12 operating rooms, a medical laboratory, and over 1,000 officers, docked in Manhattan on Monday to help relieve hospitals of patients not infected with the virus. A section of Central Park has also been transformed into a field hospital to help house COVID-19 patients and construction has begun on a 350-bed facility at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens for patients without the virus. City officials have also increased the number of mobile morgues: As of Thursday, 45 refrigerated trucks have been set up across the five boroughs, some of which are already filled up. “Everyone is basically waging the same battle,” the governor said. “Can you handle the height of that impact on the hospital system?"Cuomo and some hospitals have also reported an influx of necessary personal protective equipment. A spokesperson for Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office told The Daily Beast that as of Thursday, nearly 2 million surgical gloves, more than 2 million N95 masks, and about 8.2 million face masks have been distributed to hospitals. The governor said that at the state’s apex, hospitals will need anywhere from 70,000 to 110,000 more hospital beds than those that are currently available—and has asked facilities to contribute what they have to a central stockpile that can later be dispersed to those in need.He added that in “the cruelest irony,” New York and several other states have ordered thousands of ventilators from China.Cuomo said that after speaking with President Donald Trump Thursday morning, he believes that while “the federal government would do anything they can do to help,” New York should not count on the administration to aid in the supply shortfall. NYC Is on the Brink as Patients Flood Hospitals Already ‘Under Siege’“I don’t think the federal government is in a position to provide ventilators to the extent the nation may need them,” Cuomo said. “Assume you are on your own in life.”To ensure supplies are being used efficiently in New York City, de Blasio has brought back a familiar face: James P. O’Neill, the former police commissioner. O’Neill, who retired in November 2019, will now serve as a volunteer special adviser to oversee medical supplies and personal protective equipment for frontline health-care workers.“It’s important that we all come together as New Yorkers. It's one thing I saw in my time as a cop, you know, this is a resilient city. Everybody’s supportive,” O’Neill said Wednesday. “Lately, I’ve just been seeing, reading, hearing about all the great work that’s going on in New York City right now. And I just felt compelled to come back and offer to help and do whatever I could.”Cuomo said that over 21,000 health-care workers nationwide have offered their services to help New York treat the influx of infected patients after the governor’s Monday plea. Hospitals around the state are expected to hire at least 1,5000 more volunteers to alleviate the current medical workforce that is overwhelmed and understaffed, he added. “I thank them for their patriotism. I thank them for their dedication and passion to the health care system. These are beautiful, generous people, and New Yorkers will return the favor. This is going to affect every place in the country,” Cuomo said. “When your community needs help, New Yorkers will be there and you have my personal word on that.”Cuomo Says Coronavirus Is ‘More Dangerous’ Than We Thought as N.Y. Cases Jump OvernightResponding to Trump’s Twitter slam Thursday that certain governors are “complainers” and that “New York, unfortunately, got off to a slow start,” Cuomo defended his staff, saying his state has obtained more supplies than any other, and he is working diligently to ensure patients get the help that they need. “I am doing everything I can but people are still dying and that is very humbling and painful,” Cuomo said. “If I fail, I fail. That’s on me.”Health-care professionals, however, are still “terrified” that New York’s medical system will not be able to weather the worst of the storm.“I’m working about 100 hours a week in the ER,” one Brooklyn nurse told The Daily Beast on Thursday. “My face is all bruised from my N95 mask and I don’t think I’ve ever felt this kind of exhaustion before. But I have no choice—because if I don’t come into work, even though I am scared sometimes, patients will suffer.” Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.




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FaviconFeds distribute thousands of surgical masks, gloves seized by FBI 2 Apr 2020, 9:35 pm

Feds distribute thousands of surgical masks, gloves seized by FBIThe masks, gloves, gowns and hand sanitizer were seized by the Hoarding and Price Gouging Task Force.




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FaviconAmerican Airlines crammed the only 11 passengers on a flight into 3 rows because they only bought basic economy, report says 2 Apr 2020, 8:45 pm

American Airlines crammed the only 11 passengers on a flight into 3 rows because they only bought basic economy, report saysAmerican Airlines has risked the health of flight attendants and passengers by enforcing rules about riding in coach, it is alleged.




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Favicon'Above-average' hurricane season predicted this year, top experts say 2 Apr 2020, 8:44 pm

'Above-average' hurricane season predicted this year, top experts sayAn "above-normal" hurricane season, which begins June 1, is expected this year, according to Colorado State forecasters.




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Favicon3 people who survived the coronavirus describe what it's like and what they wish they would have known 2 Apr 2020, 8:31 pm

3 people who survived the coronavirus describe what it's like and what they wish they would have knownThree Americans told Insider what it feels like to be diagnosed with the coronavirus and recover. Here's what we can learn from them.




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FaviconNigeria launches 'massive' joint operation against jihadists 2 Apr 2020, 8:19 pm

Nigeria launches 'massive' joint operation against jihadistsNigeria on Thursday said it had launched a "massive" joint offensive with troops from Chad and Niger against jihadists waging a decade-long insurgency in the region. The announcement comes after Chad's defence minister said Tuesday his country had deployed forces across its neighbours' borders to battle insurgents who killed almost 100 Chadian soldiers last month. Nigeria's military said attacks by fighters from Boko Haram and a splinter group affiliated to the so-called Islamic State group had "necessitated the contiguous nations of the Lake Chad basin to jointly launch this massive onslaught". Details about the operation were sketchy. Nigeria has made repeated claims in the past to have rolled back the insurgents. The 10-year revolt has left at least 36,000 dead and displaced around 1.8 million people in northeast Nigeria alone. The conflict has spilt over into neighbouring countries as the Islamists have established camps and launched attacks against military and civilian targets. The countries around Lake Chad have set up a multinational force to counter the jihadists but it has so far failed to end the bloodshed. The militants on March 23 killed at least 98 Chadian soldiers in an attack on an island army base in Lake Chad. Chadian President Idriss Deby Itno declared the surrounding area a "war zone" as he pledged a "lightning response" to the killings. Chad earlier withdrew some 1,200 troops from Nigeria in January after a months-long mission battling the jihadists.




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Favicon10 Great Deals on Apparel From REI’s 25% off Sale 2 Apr 2020, 7:53 pm



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Favicon'Ventilators' donated by Elon Musk can't be used on coronavirus patients, health officials say 2 Apr 2020, 7:30 pm

'Ventilators' donated by Elon Musk can't be used on coronavirus patients, health officials sayElon Musk's ventilator giveaway may do more harm than good.After weeks of brushing off the COVID-19 pandemic as "dumb," the billionaire Tesla founder earlier this week announced he had 1,000 "FDA-approved ventilators" and ended up donating 40 to New York City's hospital system. Except the devices Musk gave away aren't powerful enough to use in the ICU, and health officials have actually warned against using them on COVID-19 patients because they could spread the virus further.What Musk purchased and gave to New York's hospitals were BiPAP machines made by ResMed, a photo shared by the hospital system reveals. ResMed CEO Mick Farrell later confirmed Musk's purchase of 1,000 5-year-old "bi-level, non-invasive ventilators" known as BiPAPs to CNBC, and said it was "fantastic" that Tesla could transport ResMed's product like it did.But hospitals are far more desperate for ventilators more invasive than BiPAP and CPAP machines, which are usually used to treat sleep apnea — many doctors don't even call them "ventilators," the Los Angeles Times' Russ Mitchell reports. In fact, CPAP machines may have only helped spread COVID-19 through the nursing home outside Seattle that was the center of the U.S.'s initial coronavirus outbreak, NPR reports. These machines can "possibly increase the spread of infectious disease by aerosolizing the virus," NPR writes. Health officials in King County, Washington, have since warned against using CPAP machines on coronavirus patients, as did the American Society of Anesthesiologists back in February.What would actually help, Farrell added to CNBC, is if Musk's Tesla could produce and donate lithium ion batteries — ResMed can use them to make invasive ventilators that hospitals actually need.More stories from theweek.com The Secret Service signed an 'emergency order' this week — for 30 golf carts Trump campaign accuses Jeff Sessions of trying to 'confuse' Alabama voters Experts warn as many as 1 in 3 coronavirus test results may be incorrectly negative




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FaviconFilipino President Rodrigo Duterte orders police to 'shoot dead' any 'troublemakers' who break quarantine 2 Apr 2020, 7:04 pm

Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte orders police to 'shoot dead' any 'troublemakers' who break quarantineFilipino President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the police and military to "shoot dead" any "troublemakers" who cause disturbances during the coronavirus quarantine in the Philippines, The Philippine Star reports. The move comes after protestors staged demonstrations over the lack of food and financial aid they've received from the government since the lockdown began in the country on March 17."I will not hesitate [to tell] my soldiers to shoot you. I will not hesitate to order the police to arrest and detain you," said Duterte in his address, adding: "Instead of causing trouble, I'll send you to the grave." The president is infamous for his alleged violations of human rights, previously drawing the fury of the international community over his order for vigilante hit squads to murder suspected drug dealers without due process.Amnesty International condemned Duterte's new statements. "The abusive methods used to punish those accused of breaching quarantine and the vast number of mass arrests that have been carried out to date, against mainly poor people, are further examples of the oppressive approach the government takes against those struggling with basic needs," said the organization's local section director, Butch Olano.The human rights NGO added that more than 17,000 people have already been arrested for violations of the lockdown and curfew in the Philippines, and that "reports have also appeared of inhumane punishments those breaching quarantine have been made to endure, including sitting for hours in the hot sun or being detained in dog cages."More stories from theweek.com The Secret Service signed an 'emergency order' this week — for 30 golf carts Trump campaign accuses Jeff Sessions of trying to 'confuse' Alabama voters Experts warn as many as 1 in 3 coronavirus test results may be incorrectly negative




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FaviconGreat Recession showed countries can’t fight the coronavirus economic crisis alone 2 Apr 2020, 5:30 pm

Great Recession showed countries can’t fight the coronavirus economic crisis aloneTrade represents close to 60% of world GDP, and national economies can't thrive in isolation. We needed a global response in 2008 and we need one now.




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Favicon6-week-old in Connecticut dies from COVID-19 complications 2 Apr 2020, 5:03 pm

6-week-old in Connecticut dies from COVID-19 complicationsA 6-week-old has died after contracting coronavirus, becoming one of the youngest recorded deaths from COVID-19.




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FaviconIran warns of months of crisis as virus deaths reach 3,160 2 Apr 2020, 3:48 pm

Iran warns of months of crisis as virus deaths reach 3,160Iran on Thursday reported 124 new deaths from the coronavirus, raising its total to 3,160, as President Rouhani warned that the country may still battle the pandemic for another year. Health ministry spokesman Kianoush Jahanpour announced the latest toll in a news conference and confirmed 3,111 new infections over the past 24 hours, bringing Iran's total to 50,468. Iran has been scrambling to contain the COVID-19 outbreak since it reported its first cases on February 19.




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FaviconNorth Korea insists it is free of coronavirus 2 Apr 2020, 3:31 pm

North Korea insists it is free of coronavirusNorth Korea remains totally free of the coronavirus, a senior health official in Pyongyang has insisted, despite mounting scepticism overseas as confirmed global infections near one million. The already isolated, nuclear-armed North quickly shut down its borders after the virus was first detected in neighbouring China in January, and imposed strict containment measures. Pak Myong Su, director of the anti-epidemic department of the North's Central Emergency Anti-epidemic Headquarters, insisted that the efforts had been completely successful.




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FaviconIndia PM plans staggered exit from vast coronavirus lockdown 2 Apr 2020, 1:10 pm

India PM plans staggered exit from vast coronavirus lockdownIndia will pull out of a three-week lockdown in phases, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday, as officials battle to contain the country's biggest cluster of coronavirus infections in the capital, New Delhi. Modi ordered India's 1.3 billion people indoors to avert a massive outbreak of coronavirus infections, but the world's biggest shutdown has left millions without jobs and forced migrant workers to flee to their villages for food and shelter. India has had 2,069 confirmed infections, of whom 53 have died, low figures by comparison with the United States, China, Italy and Spain.




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FaviconAngry Wuhan next-of-kin seek answers over virus handling 2 Apr 2020, 12:12 pm

Angry Wuhan next-of-kin seek answers over virus handlingZhang took his elderly father to a Wuhan hospital for a surgical procedure in January, just as coronavirus was consuming the central Chinese city. Devastated and angry, Zhang is now demanding answers from a government that he accuses of incompetence and lying about the extent of the virus. Zhang says he has linked online with dozens of other people whose grief over lost loved ones is paired with anger.




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FaviconTablighi Jamaat: The group blamed for new Covid-19 outbreak in India 2 Apr 2020, 10:20 am

Tablighi Jamaat: The group blamed for new Covid-19 outbreak in IndiaHundreds of new coronavirus cases have been linked to a conference held by the Tablighi Jamaat in Delhi.




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FaviconCalifornia governor wants sales tax relief for businesses 2 Apr 2020, 9:32 am

California governor wants sales tax relief for businessesCalifornia's governor on Thursday called for letting small businesses keep up to $50,000 in sales tax receipts for the next year as the COVID-19 outbreak has forced people to stay home and many shops to close. Gov. Gavin Newsom said the reprieve would function as a loan to small businesses, with the state not charging fines or penalties. It likely would require approval from the state Legislature, which has recessed until at least April 13.




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