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Our World in Data - Excellent Global Data (Country Comparisons) in Detail - Updated Daily

Our World in Data - Excellent Global Data (Country Comparisons) in Detail - Updated Daily

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Mid-America Business Index - Leading Economic Indicator for Nine State Region - Minnesota to Arkansas May survey highlights: The Business Conditions Index expanded to a still recessionary reading. Employment reading indicated that the rate of job losses slowed from April. 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

How coronavirus spread across the globe - visualised Since New Year’s Eve the world has lived through 100 days of Covid-19. There have been over 1.3m confirmed cases, and over 75,000 deaths. Billions of people are confined to their homes and stock markets have plummeted. Skift Recovery Index - Measures Travel Rebound in 15 Countries Each Week Skift Research is excited to announce the launch of the Skift Recovery Index that will provide detailed insight every week into the recovery of the travel industry in 15 countries. The Skift Recovery Index is a real-time measure of where the travel industry at-large — and the core verticals within it — stands in recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic. It provides the travel industry with a powerful tool for strategic planning, of utmost importance in this uncertain business climate. The global Skift Recovery Index currently stands at 39 points relative to a baseline reading of 100, indicating that our industry’s output has fallen by just over 60 percent due to the crisis. This represents a nascent recovery of 11 points from the absolute low of 28 in the week of April 5th.

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. These dogs are trained to sniff out the coronavirus. Most have a 100% success rate What does a pandemic smell like? If dogs could talk, they might be able to tell us. We’re part of an international research team, led by Dominique Grandjean at France’s National Veterinary School of Alfort, that has been training detector dogs to sniff out traces of the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) since March. These detector dogs are trained using sweat samples from people infected with COVID-19. When introduced to a line of sweat samples, most dogs can detect a positive one from a line of negative ones with 100% accuracy.

SiteMinder World Hotel Index - Insight into when Quests Likely to Return to Hotels after COVID-19 Sydney, Australia – SiteMinder, the global hotel industry’s leading guest acquisition platform, has for the first time released its proprietary data on the momentum of hotel bookings around the world. Sourced from the bookings of SiteMinder’s 35,000 customers, through more than 400 booking channels globally, the SiteMinder World Hotel Index provides never-before-seen insight into when guests are likely to return to hotels after the COVID-19 pandemic. The SiteMinder World Hotel Index, which is refreshed daily and free to access, shows how current hotel booking volumes in all major tourist destinations are changing when compared to the previous year. Data is available at a global, country and city level to provide insight into both macro and local trends, and cater for the market-specific intelligence that hoteliers, hotel investors and travel professionals need as governments stagger travel restrictions internationally.

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.

COVID Symptoms Normally Appear in This Order, Study Finds Whether you believe the coronavirus is a deadly virus worth observing public health measures to avoid—or an overblown "flu"—there's one thing anyone could agree with: It'd be good to know if you had it. That's why one study, published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health, and led by experts at the USC Michelson Center's Convergent Science Institute in Cancer, proved so engaging: researchers said they discovered the order COVID symptoms usually presented themselves. "COVID-19 patients have symptoms similar to other common illnesses," wrote the authors. Read on to see the distinguishing order in which they usually appear—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. "It starts off, in many cases, like the flu," reports the Mercury News.

Food and Ag Vulnerability Index - Shows Potential Risk to Supply as Result of Worker Illnesses from COVID19 in collaboration with Microsoft The Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University, in collaboration with Microsoft, has created an online dashboard, built on top of Microsoft Azure and Power BI platforms, to quantify the potential risk to the supply of agricultural products as a result of farm and agricultural worker illnesses from COVID19. Vulnerability of the supply of an agricultural commodity to risks such as COVID-19 depend on the number of farmers and agricultural workers affected, the location of affected workers, the crops and animals that are grown in the most impacted regions, and the degree to which production is concentrated in a particular geographic region. By combining data on the number of COVID cases in each U.S. county with the county’s total population, U.S.