breakin news India overtakes China in number of Covid-19 cases – latest updates lastminute news

The global coronavirus pandemic has affected more than 4.6 million people with over 308,000 deaths, according to a tracker. Here are more coronavirus-related developments for May 16:

breakin news India overtakes China in number of Covid-19 cases – latest updates lastminute news

The global coronavirus pandemic has affected more than 4.6 million people with over 308,000 deaths, according to a tracker. Here are more coronavirus-related developments for May 16:

breakin news India overtakes China in number of Covid-19 cases – latest updates lastminute news
16 May 2020 - 11:17

Saturday, May 16, 2020 India overtakes China in number of casesIndia’s confirmed coronavirus cases have surpassed China’s, with the Health Ministry, reporting a spike to 85,940 infections and 2,752 deaths.China has reported 82,941 confirmed case and 4,633 deaths since the virus was first detected late last year in the central city of Wuhan.The worst-hit Indian states are Maharashtra with 29,100 cases, Tamil Nadu with 10,108, Gujarat with 9,931 and New Delhi with 8,895.Spain reports 102 coronavirus deaths overnightSpain's overnight death toll from the coronavirus was 102, the health ministry said, marking the lowest 24-hour rise since mid March.The cumulative death toll rose to 27,563, while the number of confirmed coronavirus cases rose to 230,698 on Saturday from 230,183 on Friday, the ministry said.Patient in Pakistan recovers with use of plasmaThe first Pakistani Covid-19 patient who was treated at a hospital with blood donated from a man who survived the disease has fully recovered.The patient was treated at a hospital in the country’s southern Sindh province.Several Covid-19 patients are currently undergoing the plasma therapy after authorities allowed 350 patients to undergo such a clinical trial across the country.Pakistan has 38,799 confirmed cases and the increase in infections also coincides with a growing number of daily tests being carried out in this country of 220 million.Germany mulls $61.65 billion emergency aid German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz is working on an aid package worth $61.65 billion to help municipalities cope with a plunge in tax revenues caused by the coronavirus crisis, a finance ministry document showed.The package should help towns stabilise their public finances and include extra relief for some heavily indebted municipalities, according to the finance ministry document seen by Reuters. Greeks return to beachesGreeks flocked to the seaside  when more than 500 beaches reopened.For many people, it was their first foray into a big public venue since Greece began easing its lockdown earlier this month.Greece has reported a fraction of the Covid-19 cases of neighbouring countries - more than 2,800 infections with 160 deaths. The country of 11 million people is one of the most dependent in Europe on tourism, which generates about a fifth of its economic output.Russia reports 9,200 new infectionsRussia reported 9,200 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, down from 10,598 new cases reported the previous day.Russia's coronavirus taskforce said the overall number of cases nationwide stood at 272,043. It added that 119 people had died over the last 24 hours, bringing the official death toll from the virus to 2,537.Malaysia reports 17 new cases with one new deathMalaysian reported 17 new coronavirus cases, bringing the cumulative total to 6,872.Health authorities there reported one new death, with total fatalities at 113.Philippines records 11 new deaths, 214 more infectionsThe Philippines' health ministry reported 11 more coronavirus deaths and 214 additional infections.In a bulletin, the ministry said total confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus have risen to 12,305, most of which are in the capital, while deaths reached 817. But 101 more patients have recovered, bringing total recoveries to 2,561.The Philippines on Saturday started loosening its lockdown in the capital and other major cities to slowly restart an economy weighed down by quarantine measures.Singapore registers 465 new cases, total at 27,356Singapore registered 465 new coronavirus infections, its health ministry said on Saturday, taking the city-state's total to 27,356 cases.The vast majority of the newly infected people are migrant workers living in dormitories, the health ministry said in a statement. Four are permanent residents.Germany's cases rise by 620 to 173,772The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increased by 620 to 173,772, data from the Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases showed.The reported death toll rose by 57 to 7,881, the tally showed.Thailand reports two new cases, no new deathsThailand reported two new coronavirus cases and no new deaths, bringing the total to 3,017 cases and 56 deaths since the outbreak started in January.The two new cases are a 19-year-old woman from Bangkok and a 51-year-old woman from southern Narathiwat province. Both were infected by coming into contact with previous cases, said Taweesin Wisanuyothin, spokesman for the government's Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration.The majority of new cases in the past two weeks are from southern Thailand, including a cluster at an immigration detention centre in Songkhla province, Taweesin said.Cambodia says all patients recovered, no new cases for a monthCambodia's last patient with the new coronavirus has recovered and left hospital, leaving the Southeast Asian country with zero cases, the health ministry said, while urging continued vigilance.No easing of restrictions related to the virus – including school closures and border entry checks and quarantines – were included in the Ministry of Health statement.Cambodia has reported 122 cases of Covid-19.Cambodia's last reported new case was on April 12. A total of 14,684 tests have been done since January, the ministry said.China reports eight new cases, up from four a day earlierMainland China reported eight new confirmed Covid-19 cases for May 15, up from four the previous day, the National Health Commission (NHC) said in a statement on Saturday.Six of the eight confirmed cases are so-called imported infections, while two are locally transmitted in northeastern Jilin Province.The number of new asymptomatic cases of the coronavirus rose to 13 from 11, the NHC said.The number of confirmed cases in the mainland stands at 82,941 and the death toll at 4,633.$3 trillion virus recovery bill clears US House, fate uncertain in SenateHouse Democrats on Friday narrowly pushed through the largest-ever US economic rescue package, but the coronavirus measure faces headwinds in the White House and Senate where Republicans bemoan its $3 trillion price tag.The Heroes Act, which passed largely along party lines, provides some $1 trillion for state and local governments; another round of cash disbursements to millions of hard-hit American families; funds for hospitals and health workers; extended unemployment and food aid; and money for virus testing.Almost all Republicans opposed the bill, with many branding it an exorbitant liberal wish list packed with Democratic priorities like funding for vote-by-mail programs.The bill, crafted by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her fellow Democrats, passed mostly along party lines in a 208-199 vote.Italy to allow travel to and from abroad from June 3Italy's government on Saturday approved a decree which will allow travel to and from abroad from June 3, as it moves to unwind one of Europe's most rigid coronavirus lockdowns.Mexico reports fresh one-day coronavirus record of 2,409 new cases - health ministryMexico's health ministry on Friday confirmed 290 additional coronavirus deaths and 2,437 new infections in a fresh one-day record rise in cases since the start of the pandemic.The new infections brought confirmed coronavirus cases to 45,032 and 4,767 deaths in total, according to the official tally.Mexico's previous highest daily confirmed cases total was a day earlier on Thursday, when authorities reported 2,409 new infections. Mexico's highest daily death toll was on Tuesday, when health authorities reported 353 fatalities. LATAM Airlines says cutting 1,400 jobs in South AmericaLATAM Airlines said Friday it would lay off 1,400 employees in South America, blaming a drastic fall-off in business due to the coronavirus pandemic."The effects of Covid-19 are profound and makes reducing the size of the LATAM group inevitable to protect its sustainability in the medium term," executive director Roberto Alvo said in a statement.The jobs will be cut from operations in Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, it said.Income key factor in coronavirus cases - studyPeople living in the most deprived areas of Britain are more than four times likelier to test positive for Covid-19 than those living in the richest neighbourhoods, new research showed Saturday. A University of Oxford study looked at more than 3,600 Covid-19 test results from national programmes and found that deprivation, age and chronic liver disease all increased the likelihood of testing positive.Of that sample, the more than 660 people living in the most deprived areas, 29.5 percent tested positive, compared with just 7.7 percent of those in richer areas, the study showed. Coronavirus spreads in Yemen with health system in shamblesHundreds of people in Aden, southern Yemen’s main city, have died in the past week with symptoms of what appears to be the coronavirus, local health officials said in interviews with The Associated Press.The officials fear the situation is only going to get worse: Yemen has little capacity to test those suspected of having the virus and a five-year civil war has left the health system in shambles.One gravedigger in Aden told AP he’d never seen such a constant flow of dead – even in a city that has seen multiple bouts of bloody street battles during the civil war.NFL teams can reopen facilitiesNFL teams can begin reopening their facilities on Tuesday if state and local governments will allow it.In a memo sent to the 32 teams Friday by Commissioner Roger Goodell and obtained by The Associated Press, he stressed that the clubs must be “in compliance with any additional public health requirements in their jurisdiction and have implemented the protocols that were developed and distributed to all clubs on May 6”.Brazil registers new daily record of 15,305 casesBrazil confirmed 15,305 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Friday, a record for a 24-hour period, as well as 824 related deaths, according to data from the health ministry.Brazil has registered 218,223 confirmed coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic and 14,817 deaths. Panama extends suspension of international flightsPanama has extended by one month to June 22 its ban on international flights due to the coronavirus outbreak, the country's aviation authority said on Friday.The Panama Civil Aviation Authority said in a statement the suspension was due to concerns about "public health".Trump says considering making vaccine available free of chargeUS President Donald Trump said on Friday he was looking at possibly making a coronavirus vaccine available free of charge."We're looking at that, actually," Trump said when asked by a reporter at the White House whether a vaccine would be free. Five US sailors on carrier retest positive – reportsFive sailors have again tested positive for the novel coronavirus after returning to the USS Theodore Roosevelt from quarantine, according to reports on Friday.The exact figure could not be immediately verified, but multiple reports cited the figure from a statement issued by Navy spokesman Clayton Doss. Doss reportedly also said "a small number of other sailors who came in close contact with these individuals were also removed from the ship and tested".Those individuals will also be quarantined pending their re-test results, Doss added, according to the Navy Times.Turkey imposes 4-day curfew in 15 provinces Turkey has imposed a four-day curfew in 15 provinces beginning Friday midnight in an effort to stem the spread of the coronavirus that has claimed 4,055 lives in the country.The curfew went into effect in the capital, Ankara, as well as in Balikesir, Bursa, Eskisehir, Gaziantep, Istanbul, Izmir, Kayseri, Kocaeli, Konya, Manisa, Sakarya, Samsun, Van and Zonguldak.According to Interior Ministry, markets, grocery stores, greengrocers and butchers will be closed on May 16 and 17. However, they will continue to operate from 0700 to 1300GMT on May 18 and 19.Also, bakeries will remain opened during the four-day curfew. ",
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