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Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV)

Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV)
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. Cases and Death counts include confirmed and probable (where reported).Recovered cases are estimates based on local media reports, and state and local reporting when available, and therefore may be substantially lower than the true number. Point level: Admin2 Level (County) - US only; Admin1 Level (Province/State); Admin0 Level (Countries/Regions/Sovereignties). Time Zones: lower-left corner indicator - your local time; lower-right corner plot - UTC. Note: All cases of COVID-19 in repatriated US citizens from the Diamond Princess are grouped together. *The names of locations included on the Website correspond with the official designations used by the U.S. Terms of Use:

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Coronavirus: The Hammer and the Dance - Tomas Pueyo - Medium As of today, there are 0 daily new cases of coronavirus in the entire 60 million-big region of Hubei. The diagnostics would keep going up for a couple of weeks, but then they would start going down. With fewer cases, the fatality rate starts dropping too. And the collateral damage is also reduced: fewer people would die from non-coronavirus-related causes because the healthcare system is simply overwhelmed. Suppression would get us:

NOT-MH-19-033: Notice of Data Sharing Policy for the National Institute of Mental Health Notice of Data Sharing Policy for the National Institute of Mental Health Notice Number: NOT-MH-19-033 Key DatesRelease Date: June 17, 2019 Related Announcements Rescinded Announcements Issued by National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)

Coronavirus: Is the pandemic getting worse in the US? The news in the US has been dominated by anti-racism protests for the past couple of weeks, but coronavirus is now back in the headlines. Several states have seen a record number of cases in recent days, leading to fears that the country is experiencing a second wave of infections. But Vice-President Mike Pence said those fears were "overblown" and accused the media of using "grim predictions" to scare the American people. So what is going on in the US?

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 Coronavirus: 57 free resources for home learning After schools closed owing to the coronavirus pandemic, a huge range of companies, celebrities and organisations offered their services for free. So what free resources can schools and parents now access? We have tried to collate them all below for you. Collections of resources 1.

Baby boy infected with coronavirus in womb Doctors in France have reported what they believe to be the first proven case of Covid-19 being passed on from a pregnant woman to her baby in the womb. The newborn boy developed inflammation in the brain within days of being born, a condition brought on after the virus crossed the placenta and established an infection prior to birth. He has since made a good recovery. The case study, published in Nature Communications, follows the birth of a number of babies with Covid-19 who doctors suspect contracted the virus in the womb. Until now, they have not been able to rule out the possibility that the babies were infected during or soon after delivery. “Unfortunately there is no doubt about the transmission in this case,” said Daniele De Luca, medical director of paediatrics and neonatal critical care at the Antoine Béclère hospital in Paris.

Coronavirus: The lost six weeks when US failed to contain outbreak News BBC News Navigation Sections 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. How teenagers can protect their mental health during coronavirus (COVID-19) < Back to UNICEF COVID-19 portal Being a teenager is difficult no matter what, and the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is making it even harder. With school closures and cancelled events, many teens are missing out on some of the biggest moments of their young lives — as well as everyday moments like chatting with friends and participating in class. For teenagers facing life changes due to the outbreak who are feeling anxious, isolated and disappointed, know this: you are not alone. We spoke with expert adolescent psychologist, best-selling author and monthly New York Times columnist Dr. Lisa Damour about what you can do to practice self-care and look after your mental health.

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