Coronavirus Update 2

Latin America World
Chivis Martinez 


U.S.: 46,805 Cases, 600 Deaths, up 21 in last 24 hrs
Global: 407,485 Cases, 18,226 Deaths up 1815 in 24 hrs

Mexico:  367 Cases 4 Deaths
Testing: in 8 days more tests than S. Korea in 8 weeks.  Fatality rate for S.K. and U.S. 1.2%
China: Ends  lock down at midnight in most places as daily life returns to normalcy 
Wuhan China: The CV epicenter Ends mandatory quarantine on April 8th
Hong Kong: Tomorrow 3.24.20 another lock-down (info below)
Stocks: soar as Congress works near $1.6T stimulus package+2,112.98 Dow’s best day since 1933
Stimulus package vote will be tomorrow

Trump sets a “flexible goal” of Easter to reopen U.S. taking in account “above all the health and safety of citizens…”
Fauci says data will determine where. That large areas are not that affected…so far.

Gallup Poll has Trump with an approval rating of 60% for his handling of the crisis, including independents. 94% of Republicans, 60% of independents, and 27% democrats
His presidential job approval rating now is 49%

Trump, during Fox News coronavirus townhall, calls for re-opening economy by Easter: ‘We have to get back to work’
Trump on COVID-19 relief bill hang up: ‘No way I’m signing’ with ‘Green New Deal stuff’ in it. for example; 35M for The Kennedy Center, Federalizing Elections, Solor Panel and windmill rebates….
Pence says thousands of ventilators en route to New York amid coronavirus crisis
Pence says White House not considering a nationwide coronavirus lockdown
VP Pence details what Trump is doing to support small businesses right now

VP Pence: FDA approved ‘off label’ use for Chloroquine, no barrier to access

Dr. Fauci NIAID: “Trump as an incessantly inquisitive leader who heeds scientific counsel.”

Hong Kong: Tomorrow 3.24.20 another lockdown as stats reveal uptick
Previously HK required a at home quarantine when entering HK.
On March 2, after several weeks of shutdown, most of Hong Kong’s 180,000 civil servants returned to their offices, with the private sector following their lead. It all seemed fine until March 16. But now, with the number of confirmed cases nearly doubling in the past week, as of Wednesday, only residents will be allowed back in the territory. Civil servants are back working at home and strict quarantine measures are in place once again.

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Click on U.S. map any city for stats-John Hopkins Tracker





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