Government officials in Italy are finding reasons to be optimistic as the latest data coming out of the country is showing initial signs of a slowdown in infections.
The latest data coming out of Johns Hopkins University shows that more than 521,000 people are now infected with the coronavirus and over 24,000 have died.
Yesterday, the number of COVID-19 cases in the United States rose by 13,355, while the 247 new deaths took the death toll beyond the 1,000 mark.
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, around the world has left a lot of people in a state of panic, drastically hurt our global economy, killed people, and it’s been an all-round unmitigated disaster. BUT there is a silver lining to this massive cloud descending over our planet…
America is in trouble, with projections showing that there will be a massive surge in the number of coronavirus cases that will plague the third most populated country in the world.
Over the last 24 hours, the death toll from the coronavirus has risen from 427 to 3,405 and the worldwide death toll now stands at over 10,000. Here are the latest updates on COVID-19.
The United States, South Africa and countries around Europe have all announced the closing of schools, entertainment venues and services almost entirely across the board, while death tolls have risen dramatically, and the entire world has escalated into a state of panic.
After the number of patients infected by the coronavirus in Italy rose beyond 1,000 yesterday, global stock markets have been devastated by their worst losses in 30 years. However, there has also been some good news coming out of South Korea.
United States President Donald Trump has announced several travel restrictions that will be shutting down travel routes from 26 European countries.
The moment we have all been dreading ever since COVID-19 started to take hold around the world is here. The first case of the coronavirus has been detected in Kwa-Zulu Natal. A 38-year-old man, who had recently visited Italy with his wife, is the first South African inside the country to have tested positive forContinue reading “Coronavirus Hits South Africa – Can We Handle It?”