Coronavirus Update: Case Affected by 4.5 Million, Talks Can Expel Viruses, Food Prices Rise | Instant News


The Adirondack Chair invites passersby to sit along Mirror Lake in the Adirondack Mountains

IN BRIEF

A new study shows that respiratory droplets produced during normal conversation may be as important in transmitting new corona viruses and other infectious pathogens, especially indoors. The study was conducted by researchers at the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases and the University of Pennsylvania.

In the United States, food prices have risen sharply in almost 50 years as food suppliers continue to struggle to meet rising demand combined with reduced production.

Five regions in the State of New York include Central New York, which includes Syracuse; Finger Lake, the Rochester; South Tier, which borders Pennsylvania; The Mohawk Valley, which is west of Albany; and the North, which includes the Adirondack Mountains, will start reopening their economy on Friday.

In the United Kingdom, Transport for London, which operates the city’s rapid transit system, said that more than 70% of Tube services (in line with national rail services) and 85% of bus services will run next week.

Meanwhile, football in Germany will continue this weekend without live spectators, and beaches in New Jersey – including the Jersey Shore – will open on time for the Memorial Day weekend holiday, despite the limited capacity and mandatory social distance.

Many businesses and stores in Hawaii reopened on Thursday, including malls and pet grooming, but the mayor of Honolulu extended home stay orders through June 30, 2020, although city parks and small retail stores will reopen on Friday.

Finally, the US Food and Drug Administration said that the Abbott Labs testing system for the new corona virus, which was highly praised by President Trump at the White House press conference in March and which was used by the White House to filter staff members and visitors, could return negatively fake in infected people.

SIMPLE STEPS TO PROTECT YOURSELF DURING PANDEMICS

Practice maintaining a consistent social distance wherever you are outside the house and wearing a mask in public. Wash your hands often. When you go shopping, wipe your shopping basket with Clorox type cleansers. And do we say, “Wash your hands”?

TODAY’S FACTS AND NUMBERS

The number of corona virus cases worldwide has reached 4.5 million, 1.7 million of which have been recovered, based on data collected by Worldometer, a service that collects and provides world statistics. The death toll now stands at 303,372.

In the United States and its territories, the number of confirmed cases reached 1.48 million, while the number of deaths reached 86,912. Russia now has the third highest number of cases in the world, with 252,245, with 2,305 deaths, which many believe is a very small number.

Although international comparisons of these figures are difficult, perhaps the most useful comparison is to look at deaths per million members of the population, with a warning that there are differences in the way countries record deaths. It is also important to remember that the number of deaths is an indicator that is lagging behind.

San Marino, with a population of more than 33,000 and who have tested all of its inhabitants, continues to have the highest number of deaths per million population members, which is 1,209.

Belgium has the second highest number of deaths per million population members, 769, followed by Andorra with 634 and Spain with 584. Italy, Britain, France and Sweden report 519, 495, 420 and 350 respectively, while the Netherlands, Ireland and Switzerland respectively – reporting 326, 305, and 217. In Germany the number is 95 (unchanged, while in Austria it is 70).

The number of deaths per million population members in the United States is now 263. That number is still three in China, according to official figures there.

OTHER CORONAVIRUS NEWS

05-14 “Frozen” became the first Broadway show to be overthrown by a coronavirus pandemic after Disney announced that the musical would not reopen once cinemas in New York City finally reopened.

05-13 New guide from the U.S. Department of Transportation, which says that air passengers can only get a refund from the airline if the airline cancels the flight. If a passenger cancels, what is returned – if any – is up to the airline.

05-13 MacArthur Long Island Airport announces that it has implemented continuous pathogen reduction technology at the ticket window, at its security checkpoint, at the gate area, and at the baggage claim area. This system reduces viruses and other microbes in the air and on the surface. Produced by Caspr Group of Dallas, Texas, this system uses a natural catalytic converter process to extract oxygen and moisture from the surrounding air and then produce and send traces of hydrogen peroxide to indoor spaces, which in turn destroy microbes in the air and surface. .

05-13 German authorities deport a 20-year-old man from the US who is trying to pass customs and immigration to sneak into the country to see his girlfriend dressed as an airport cleaning staff member.

05-12 A woman illegally enters Yellowstone National Park, which is closed due to a pandemic, and falls back to a hot spring near an Old Faithful geyser while taking photos. He was taken by helicopter to a hospital in Idaho and treated for burns, officials said.

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