United Nations. World Economic Forum (WEF) European Union Coronavirus response. UK government response. USA Government Response. Government response - Australian Government Department of Health. What we aim to do The Australian Government’s health response to the COVID-19 outbreak aims to: minimise the number of people becoming infected or sick with COVID-19minimise how sick people become and the mortality ratemanage the demand on our health systemshelp you to manage your own risk and the risk to your families and communities Who manages the response State and territory governments are mainly responsible for health matters.
When a major health issue like COVID-19 faces our country, they: work together with the Australian Governmentshare information to provide the best possible careensure the approach is consistent and integrated across our country The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) coordinates this and makes the key decisions. The AHPPC is made up of: New Zealand Government. Notice: Coronavirus and occupational health and safety. On this page Alternate format Responding to the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the workplace There may be concerns from employers and employees in Canadian federally regulated workplaces about coronavirus and wonder how to prevent exposure in their workplaces.
Workplace parties should consider whether doing certain tasks puts employees at greater risk of exposure to coronavirus. Also consider whether the Hazard Prevention Program needs extra controls or protections. To change the Hazard Prevention Program, the employer must consult the policy or workplace health and safety committee or representative. The employer must inform and train employees on any changes to the Program, including any new personal protective equipment they provide. National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools. It is critical for public health organizations to work together across jurisdictions during this challenging time and share our efforts in response to COVID-19.
To minimize duplication of efforts and facilitate collaboration within public health across Canada, the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools has collected research questions for rapid evidence reviews currently in development. Share your Evidence Review Topic Are you or your organization completing evidence reviews on topics related to COVID-19? We encourage you to share your research questions here to reduce duplication and allow collaboration with others across the country. Please complete the submission form and include your contact information. Support for Evidence Reviews For guidance on completing an evidence review, please see the Rapid Review Guidebook. The NCCMT is providing this platform as a public service. Why Do COVID-19 Death Rates Differ Wildly from Place to Place? While the average number of COVID deaths per million people, as of January 20, stands at 266 globally, many countries are well below or above that number.
In South Korea, the number is 25 deaths per million, and in Australia, it’s 36. Yet in Italy, they’re experiencing 1,384 deaths per million people, in the United Kingdom 1,377, and in the United States 1,277. Similar differences are apparent in deaths per 100,000 people across U.S. states. What factors are driving these huge variations?
Sergio Rebelo, a finance professor at Kellogg, together with coauthors Martin Eichenbaum, a professor of economics at Northwestern, and Mathias Trabandt of Freie Universität Berlin, decided to see if they could isolate any variables that would help explain why some regions are losing so many more lives than others. “We were asking, when you look across countries or across U.S. states, which variables are the best predictors of the death toll from COVID?” The team had a hunch going in. Coronavirus Update (Live) How dangerous is the virus? There are three parameters to understand in order to assess the magnitude of the risk posed by this novel coronavirus:
Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) statistics. Lancet Inf Dis Article: Here.
Mobile Version: Here. Data sources: Full list. Downloadable database: GitHub, Feature Layer. Lead by JHU CSSE. Technical Support: Esri Living Atlas team and JHU APL. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccinations - Statistics and Research. COVID-19 vaccination doses administered, Jan 1, 2021. COVID-19 vaccination doses administered per 100 people, Jan 1, 2021. The Path to Zero: Key Metrics For COVID Suppression – Pandemics Explained. Harvard Global Health Institute, Harvard's Edmond J.
Evidence Network to support Decision-making (COVID-END) Mental Health and Psychosocial Considerations During COVID-19 Outbreak. Coronavirus Tracker: Economic Impacts on Business. Bain Macro Trends Group analysis of the global Covid-19 outbreak suggest that businesses should activate second-level contingency procedures that include separating essential operations and services, focusing on high-priority customers and clients, and implementing operational and financial preparations consistent with a two-to-three-quarter recession.
The Situational Threat Report (SITREP) Index is a composite assessment based on all available information about epidemiological, economic and social conditions tied to the outbreak (read “About the SITREP Index” below). On April 13, Bain raised the SITREP Index to Level 7. For more detail on the business implications of coronavirus from Bain’s Macro Trends Group, log on to the Macro Surveillance Platform. Learn more about the platform > The latest on the outbreak As of June 9, 2020, there were over 7 million confirmed cases of Covid-19 around the world and more than 400,000 fatalities. Rationale for raising the index to level 7. Vaccine Tracker. Total number of vaccine candidates Pre-clinical evaluation An effective vaccine against the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is everyone's hope for a real return to normal life.
More than 100 teams of scientists around the world are working to develop and test a vaccine against the virus SARS-CoV-2 as quickly as possible. They're employing a huge variety of strategies and technologies, including some that have never been used in an approved vaccine before. "It's a very fascinating and kind of impressive effort," said Dr. "It's absolutely crucial. " Even in countries that have had a devastating number of deaths from COVID-19, there is nowhere close to a level of "herd immunity" within the population preventing the disease from spreading exponentially if we go back to normal levels of social interaction, she said.
Où en est la pandémie de COVID-19? Les courbes représentent la moyenne mobile sur 7 jours, commençant à la plus récente journée.
Pour chaque période de 7 jours, la moyenne des valeurs est calculée. Ces valeurs moyennes servent alors à dessiner les courbes. Pour compiler les chiffres canadiens, CBC/Radio-Canada surveille les communiqués de presse et les communications provenant des différents ordres de gouvernements, incluant les agences de santé. Les chiffres internationaux proviennent de l'Université Johns Hopkins. Abbott wins U.S. authorization for $5 rapid COVID-19 antigen test. Google Maps Covid-19 layer shows coronavirus outbreaks near you. Google Maps Covid-19 overlay Google Google on Wednesday announced a new feature in Google Maps that will show you how many Covid-19 cases there are in particular geographic regions.
It pulls in information from Johns Hopkins, the New York Times, and Wikipedia and displays a color-coded map with the seven-day average of new cases per 100,000 people in a specific area. It will work in 220 countries and territories. This means you can open Google Maps to see outbreaks in your area, which could be helpful if the disease spreads more rapidly in the fall and winter. The Coronavirus Prevention Handbook: 101 Science-Based Tips That Could Save Your Life (2020) by Zhou, Wang, Wang, Qiang, Hu, Ke, Zhang, Zaiqi.