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The victim in the worst state of Europe surge again with the biggest daily jump since come to light transmission.

Hard-hit Italy reported 475 additional deaths from the virus on Wednesday, and France imposed a ruthless lockdown invisible during peacetime. In the United States, the virus has now spread to 50 countries.

This coronavirus now infected more than 200,000 people and killed more than 8,000 globally, with more than 83,000 people after recovering from the infection, according to data from the Johns Hopkins University.

The World Health Organization (WHO) called for action over the “aggressive” to curb coronavirus in Southeast Asia after the European Union, is now at the epicenter, moved to close the border.

Here are all the latest updates :.

Turkey on Wednesday confirmed the death of two of coronavirus

“We have lost a male patient 61 years I hope the grace of God to him,” said the country’s Minister of Health Dr. Fahrettin Koca in tweet ,

Meanwhile, 93 new cases were confirmed, increasing his tally to 191 in the country, said Koca.

confirmation of the second death came after Koca said on Tuesday that a man of 89 years has died -. the first fatality from the virus in Turkey

Managing health and economic double crunch, President ann ounced on Wednesday that he would call a provision of federal allows the US government to gather the private sector in coronavirus pandemic response.

Trump, appearing in the White House briefing room for a third day in the row, said he would sign the Defense Production Act “in case we need it” because it bolsters the government resources for the expected surge in cases of the virus.

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Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei will forgive 10,000 political prisoners including those in honor of the new year Iran on Friday, state television reported.

“They will be forgiven not going back to jail … almost half of security-related prisoners will be pardoned,” said court spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili told state television.

Oil prices have another jaw-dropping skid Wednesday, sending US crude oil prices below $ 21 per barrel for the first time since 2002.

Benchmark oil lost $ 6.58 US , or 24.4 percent, to settle at $ 20.3 7 per barrel. Brent, the international standard, down $ 2.85, or 13.4 percent, to close at $ 24.88.

Investors are betting that oil demand will fall sharply as factories close and as people have been put off vacations and business trips to stay home and minimize the risk of spread of coronavirus.

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In the case of coronavirus spike jump and deaths, new figures show the level of “very large” transmission among medical workers in the country.

at least 2,629 health workers have been infected by the coronavirus since the outbreak in February, which represents more than eight percent of the total cases, according to a report published on Wednesday by the Gruppo Italiano per la Medicina Basata sulle Evidenze or – Italian Group for evidence-based Medicine

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the Dutch minister for Medical Care Bruno Bruins collapsed briefly during a debate in parliament on .. coronavirus as the so-called exhaustion of the work week intensive.

B ruins, 56, fell behind the speaker’s podium while taking questions and assisted by fellow ministers.

He took a sip of water and was seen leaving the room without assistance.

US Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders has called for the lifting of US sanctions against Iran as the Middle East nation struggle with coronavirus pandemic.

Iran has more than 17,000 cases and 1,135 deaths coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University.

Iran is facing a catastrophic toll of the pandemic coronavirus. US sanctions do not have to contribute to this humanitarian disaster. As a nation that cares, we should lift the sanctions hurt Iran’s ability to cope with this crisis, including monetary sanctions.

The head of the World Health Organization said the new coronavirus is the “enemy against humanity”, because the number of people infected in a pandemic soared past 200,000. “Coronavirus is presenting us with unprecedented threats,” said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus virtual reporters in a press conference, stressing that it is “unprecedented opportunity to come together as one against a common enemy: aenemy against humanity. “

Head of EU Industry Thierry Breton called on the streaming platform to take steps to prevent congestion internet caused by the thousands of people teleworking because of the outbreak of coronavirus.

” Streaming platform, telecom operators and users, we all have a shared responsibility to take steps to ensure the smooth functioning of the internet during the battle against the spread of the virus, “said Breton in a statement.

Sub-Saharan Africa recorded the death of coronavirus first, a politician high rank in Burkina Faso, as head of the World Health Organization (wHO) has urged the continent to “prepare for the worst”, “Africa must wake up,” said wHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus a press conference in Geneva, pointed out that “in other countries we have seen how the virus actually accelerate after a certain critical point “. Africa has lagged behind the global curve untu k coronavirus infection and death, but in the last few days have seen a significant increase in cases.

A clothing store named “Corona” in a small town in India has become a hotspot for narcissistic as deadly coronavirus pandemic swept the world recently.

shopkeeper, who gave his name as Pareed, said people flocked to the store in the southern state of Kerala, many take photos in front of the outdoor sign and ask questions about the name.

President of the Lombardy Attilio Fontana said the medical facility would “soon” can not help the case of new coronavirus, urging Italy to stay at home, Italian local media outlets reported.

“Unfortunately, the number of transmission do not fall, they continue to be high,” said Fontana.

‘We will soon be able to provide a response to those who fall ill’. Staying at home: if you do not understand that we have to be more aggressive, “he added

Germany faces the biggest challenge. ‘Since the Second World War’ in the fight against coronavirus pandemic, Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a televised address urging to heed the sweeping steps confinement.

in its appeal dramatically, Merkel urged everyone to play a role in slowing the virus that has raced around the world and triggered unprecedented peace-time lockdowns.

“this situation seriously. Take it seriously. Not since the reunification of Germany, not, not since the Second World War has our country faced challenges that depends so much on the solidarity collective, “he said.

Germany expanded restrictions on the entry of flights from Italy , Spain, Austria, France, Luxembourg, Denmark and Switzerland to enter, the interior ministry said on Wednesday, as the government raced to slow the spread of coronavirus.

An interior ministry spokesman said the new restrictions on the entry also applies to transport of Denmark.

security minister Bosnia called for limiting migrants into tents surrounded by barbed wire to prevent the spread of coronavirus new, pandemic throw up new obstacles for refugees trying to reach a locked-down Europe.

While Bosnia only detect some 40 infections of COVID-19 so far, the authorities fear a major outbreak that could cripple the system kesehat an in that country.

coronavirus outbreak has led to 89 new deaths in France o ver the last 24 hours, bringing the total death toll in the country to 264, said a top French health official.

“We have an epidemic that is rapidly becoming more serious,” Jerome Salomon told reporters, adding that france now has 9134 confirmed cases, 3626 of which are in the hospital.

Zara owner Inditex retail stores will soon stitches hospital scrubs, helping his home country of Spain against the epidemic coronavirus, the company said.

Inditex, which earlier said the epidemic had shut down nearly half the stores worldwide, said it was studying to convert part of the textile manufacturing capacity in Spain for a hospital gown produce.

Many nursing homes run the risk of protective masks and gowns to next week because of coronavirus, and at least one facility already had to resort to using a plastic garbage bag to make a dress, an industry group warned.

“We really have to take drastic measures to preserve masks and gowns in the future,” said Dr. David Gifford, chief medical officer at the American Medical Association, one of the major trade group that represents the nation’s 15,600 nursing homes.

Portugal is to declare the national 15-Day state of emergency to counter the spread of coronavirus, which will make it easier for the government to reduce the people’s movement.

Parliament will then vote on the draft decree calling for a state of emergency that allows for multiple suspended constitutional rights and freedoms, such as freedom of movement and the right to protest.

Pakistan state Health Minister Zafar Mirza confirmed the death of coronavirus first in the South Asian country, in the city of Mardan in the northwestern province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province.

The patient was a man of 50 years who recently returned from Saudi Arabia.

With deep regret I confirmed the first death from Pakistan. A 50-year-old man from Mardan just returned from Umra, developed fever, cough and shortness of breath and ve tested for corona virus. Contacts are being played. Our condolences to the family. <262>

– Zafar Mirza (@zfrmrza)

A second patient was declared dead in the province, in the city of Peshawar, KP Minister Taimur Jhagra posted in a tweet. The patient was a 36-year man from Hangu, KP.

Unfortunately, the second patient in LRH Peshawar, 36 yrs, of Hangu, also died, of Corona Virus.

Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra announced the immediate restriction on the movement across the country overnight in an attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Vizcarra said Peru must remain in their homes between 20:00 local time (01:00 GMT) and 5:00 local time (10:00 GMT).

The number infected by a coronavirus in the country rose to 145, from 117 reported on Tuesday, according to the Ministry of Health.

The death toll from an outbreak of coronavirus in Italy soared in the last 24 hours with a 475 to 2978, an increase of 19 percent. It was the biggest jump in numerical terms since transmission was revealed last month.

The total number of cases in Italy, the European countries hardest hit by the virus, up to 35 713 from the previous 31 506, up 13.35 percent, said the Civil Protection Agency.

Of those initially infected, has been fully restored 4025 compared with 2,941 the previous day. Some 2,257 people were in intensive care prior to 2060.

The head of the World Health Organization said the new coronavirus is the “enemy against humanity” as the number of people infected in a pandemic soared past 200,000.

“coronavirus this presents us with a threat unprecedented,” said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus journalists in a virtual press conference, stressing that “the opportunity unprecedented to come together as one against a common enemy: the enemy against humanity. “

US leader said he saw himself as a ‘war president’ like the United States further improve the emergency effort to combat an outbreak of coronavirus.” I see (myself) as, in a sense, the president of the war. I mean, that’s what we’re fighting.

I mean, it is a very difficult situation here, “he told reporters at the White House.

young people in France and Italy are falling seriously ill from a coronavirus, worrying development that shows young adults mo re susceptible to become ill than previously thought, according to a House official White.

“There are about a report out of France and Italy about the young people became very seriously ill,” the White House coronavirus coordinator of the task force Deborah Birx said at a White House briefing

“This may have been that the millennial generation -. our greatest generation, our future generations will take us through the next several decades – there may be a disproportionate number of infections among this group, “he said.

Sudanese passengers on a Turkish Airlines flight from Istanbul to Khartoum scheduled for Tuesday transferred to a hotel after the flight was grounded amid the Sudanese government’s decision to close its borders for fear of coronavirus. In a statement sent to Al Jazeera, Turkish officials say they are discussing with the Sudanese government to make an exception for aircraft and allow the inside. But the Sudanese government rejects. “After reports that a passenger who does not want to get off the plane, Turkish officials contacted the Sudanese Consulate General. After the talks, the passengers still refused to get off the plane,” the statement said.

“The next day around 09:00 GMT, agreed to evacuate the passenger plane and transfer to the hotel … free of charge. “

The claim by several social media linked to Saudi Arabia, which said passenger Sudan beaten or attacked is not true, the statement said.

” We will sleep here until you leave us to Sudan. ” Passengers on a flight from Istanbul to Khartoum were left in limbo after Sudan closed its borders because of the outbreak of coronavirus.

The German pharmaceutical company, Bayer is expected to make a major contribution to the government of the United States of a drug that has shown some potential in helping patients who suffered a coronavirus recently, according to a senior official of Health and Human Services and other sources who have direct knowledge, media outlets reported.

Left Bernie Sanders is reviewing the future of the campaign for the White House Wednesday after Democratic rival Joe Biden soundly beat him in the primaries latest and take a strong lead to win the Democratic presidential nomination, with epidemics global coronavirus that forcing more countries to suspend the primaries and both candidates to stop public demonstrations and switch to a virtual campaign, the former pioneer Sander s is under pressure to withdraw from the race and let Biden focused on electi November at war against President Donald Trump. “The next major contest is at least three weeks,” said Sanders’ campaign manager Faiz Shakir in a statement.

“said the World Health Organization on Wednesday that the information about the case of a coronavirus in the Middle East was” poorly communicated by the state to the WHO. “

in a virtual press conference, WHO warns against information lack said “will not be able to control this disease,” without full access to the data.

‘s health regulators said there is currently no evidence linking anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen with worsening, a disease caused by a coronavirus new .

European medicine Agency (EMA) said Wednesday that it was monitoring the situation, adding that patients and healthcare professionals should consider all treatment options including paracetamol and anti-inflammatory drugs to treat fever or pain in patients with COVID-19.

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Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trud eau announced Can $ 27 billion in direct aid Wednesday to help workers and businesses address the economic impact of a pandemic coronavirus.

He said the tax payments worth approximately Can $ 55 billion, also could be postponed until August. The combined amount equal to three percent of gross domestic product this G7 nations (GDP).

“This widespread support will help ensure Canada can pay the rent and groceries, and help businesses continue to pay their employees and their bills during this time of uncertainty,” said a statement.

uncertainty is gaining the upper hand again, with shares opening sharply lower as concerns continue to inject unprecedented volatility to the market.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 1,000 points at the opening bell on Wall Street, or 4 percent. Index continued heading down to dip below 20,000.

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Turkey will close the rail and land borders with Bulgaria and Greece from midnight during an outbreak of a new coronavirus, after Ankara opened the gates for the refugees heading to Europe. “The land and rail border gate will be closed for exit and entry from 2100 GMT today (Wednesday)” as instructed by circular issued by the interior ministry, the private Dogan news agency reported.

coronavirus pandemic could trigger a global economic crisis and destroys up to 25 million jobs around the world if the government does not act quickly to protect workers from the impact, the International Labor Organization (ILO) said.

“However, if we look at the international coordinated policy response, as happened in the 2008/9 global financial crisis, the impact on global unemployment could be significantly lower,” the ILO said.

organization called for urgent, large-scale and coordinated measures to protect workers in the workplace, stimulate the economy and support jobs and income.

United Arab Emirates says it has banned its citizens traveling abroad until further notice on fear coronavirus, WAM news agency reported.

The Brit ish pound fell to its lowest level in more than three decades of restrictions lightning accident in October 2016 because of concerns about the economic impact of coronavirus overshadowed any stimulus efforts by policymakers so far.

Meanwhile, the British currency has been under selling pressure since last week after hitting a two-month high above $ 1.31, a sell-off accelerated on Wednesday as traders dumped positions on the board.

United States and Canada border will close to traffic that is not important, US President Donald Trump tweeted, said details of the measures would be announced later, but it would not affect trade between the two countries.

“We will, by mutual consent, while closing our northern border with Canada for non-essential traffic. Trade will not be affected. Details to follow!” Trump writes.

We will, by mutual consent, while closing our northern border with Canada for non-essential traffic. Trade will not be affected. Details to follow!

The major Wall Street indices plunged once more in the open on Wednesday as growing signs of coronavirus damage to American companies overshadowed optimism sweeping the official move to protect the economy.

The Dow fell 1,100 points, or 5.4%, in the open to 20,188.69, while the broad-based S & P 500 slipped 4.9 percent to 2,404.96, and the tech-rich Nasdaq composite index tumbled 4.5 percent to 7,003.31,

The broad-based S & P 500 slipped 4.9 percent to 2,404.96, while the tech-rich Nasdaq composite index tumbled 4.5 percent to 7, opening bell.

may be all doom and gloom as the outbreak of coronavirus really upends the world we know, but the pasta maker may have never had it so good as panicked shoppers stock up on staple foods to survive the crisis.

The scene of chaos in supermarkets around the world usually hone in on the pasta shelves stripped bare in a matter of minutes, sending manufacturers into overdrive to try and keep with demand.

“We are now 90 percent of our sales for the past three weeks, and recently, up more than 100 percent,” Xavier Riescher, head of the company’s top agri-food French Panzani group, told the news agency AFP

Riescher, who is also chairman of the French pasta maker industry association, said the plant is not operating normally over the weekend -. but that’s all changed now and they are on the go night.

This took over from my colleague.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the government will take further decision “shortly” on the possible closure of the school.

Pressure is mounting on the government to close the formal schools as much throughout the British struggle to stay open, with some forced to partially or completely shut down due to increased staff and student absences due to a virus.

Johnson also said that the UK is to increase testing for coronavirus to 25,000 a day.

Austria will help with up to 38 billion euros ($ 42bn) to s job ecure and make sure coronavirus hit the company remains liquid, the Chancellor said Sebastian Kurz.

“With a clear goal, no matter what it takes, we try to support the people in our country,” said Kurz.

Austria will also provide nine billion euros in guarantees and guarantees, 15 billion euros in emergency aid and 10 billion euros in tax suspension, he said.

EU health regulators said there was currently no evidence linking anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen with worsening COVID-19.

European Medicines Agency (EMA) said it was monitoring the situation and said patients and healthcare professionals should consider all treatment options including paracetamol and anti-inflammatory drugs to treat fever or pain in patients with COVID-19.

Al Jazeera has asked the Egyptian government to release, an Al Jazeera journalist held in Egypt for more than three years, citing deep concern about his health in the middle.

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Germany could deal with 10 million coronavirus infection in the coming months if residents do not comply with measures aimed at slowing the spread of the virus, the country’s top disease control official said.

“We have an exponential growth in the epidemic,” Lothar Wieler, president of the Robert Koch Institute, said in Berlin.

He appealed to the Germany of 80 million people to limit contact with others.

Iran reported 147 deaths of more than coronavirus, the single biggest leap.

15 percent surge raised the death toll 1,135 people nationwide.

The increase in deaths comes as the number of infections contiNues growing every day, with some 17 361 people infected, according to Iran’s deputy health minister, Alireza Raisi.

coronavirus can survive for up to four hours on copper, the day on the carton and up to three days in plastic and stainless steel, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM).

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Indonesia announced 55 new coronavirus cases, taking the total to 227, marking the biggest daily rise in positive cases.

Yurianto Achmad, a health ministry official, said at a press conference that the number of deaths from the disease rose to 19, with seven deaths recorded in the different provinces, while 11 patients have recovered.

Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has called upon his countrymen “not to panic” amid a surge in cases of coronavirus in the country, warned that the spread of COVID-19 was inevitable and that Pakistan can not afford the economic cost deadliest cities.

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A t otal of 276 Indians abroad have tested positive for coronavirus until now, said an Indian government minister.

The majority, 255, were tested positive in Iran, with others in the United Arab Emirates, Italy, Kuwait, Sri Lanka, Rwanda and Hong Kong, the Indian minister of state for external affairs, said in written answers to questions in Parliament.

With more than 400 confirmed cases, Qatar has implemented a series of measures to help contain the outbreak.

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Malta will stop all incoming airline passengers on Saturdays and allows only cargo, humanitarian and repatriation flights to land to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Mediterranean island, which relies heavily on tourism, has reported 38 cases, of which 32 are people who have caught the disease abroad.

Qatar Airways laid off about 200 employees, all Philippine nationals based in Qatar, according to the Philippine labor secretary.

Silvestre Bello told the Reuters news agency th ey were abruptly terminated by the airline.

Philippines Health Ministry confirmed 15 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 202.

Former Chelsea footballer John Obi Mikel has parted with his Turkish Super Lig club Trabzonspor after he refused to play for coronavirus pandemic.

The two-year contract on Tuesday canceled the players follow his social media posts confirming he is not comfortable playing until after the outbreak of coronavirus.

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a number of US embassies around the world would suspend routine visa, the US Embassy in South Korea said.

suspension will affect visa services in embassies in countries with travel advisory level US State Department 2, 3, or 4, the statement said.

According to the US State Department’s website, on Wednesday, the list includes nearly 100 countries.

France can expect to see the number of coronavirus infection to slow down around ei ght for 12 days after the government’s decision to lock the country, said Health Minister Olivier Veran.

“We will intervene if necessary to ensure people respect the cage. When I look outside my window, I see that gradually people are getting the message,” Veran told LCI TV.

Indian government had said they would expand testing of coronavirus, because most of the countries affected do, despite criticism that the limited testing could leave COVID 19 cases are not detected in the two most populous countries in the world.

The WHO has urged countries to test the widest possible to curb the pandemic, but India has only been tested people who had traveled from countries affected or come in contact with a confirmed case and showed symptoms after two week quarantine.

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Poland will receive thousands of test kits and other protective items such as masks, goggles and shoe covers, from China to help cope with an outbreak of coronavirus, the Polish Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

China will send 20,000 masks, protective clothing 5,000, 5,000 medical view, a single 10,000 -Use medical gloves and shoe covers 10,000 to Poland, the statement said.

Moldova reported the first death of a coronavirus, the country’s health ministry said.

Eastern European countries of 3.5 million has confirmed 30 cases of coronavirus so far.

Malaysia closed its border with Singapore, started 14 days after the partial lockdown coronavirus infection incountry surged to the highest in Southeast Asia.

Malaysia now has 673 confirmed cases of coronavirus.

South African state-owned airline SA Express said it would halt operations from Wednesday until further notice due to recent developments, including the impact of the pandemic coronavirus.

SA Express entered form of bankruptcy protection earlier this year and flies to domestic and regional destinations.

South Africa’s health ministry reported that the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus has increased by 31 since Tuesday to 116.

As the government rolls drastic measures, South Africa has started to come to terms with life in the middle of the 19th COVID pandemic. Read more about it.


This is in Doha to take over from my colleague in Kuala Lumpur.

Canada and the United States will announce a deal to partially close their border on Wednesday, the Globe and Mail reported, citing sources.

will be the border agreement for non-essential travel but allow the transfer of medical supplies, food and other items, the report said, citing an unnamed official.

Canada except US citizens and permanent residents on Monday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is under quarantine after his wife Sophie tested positive for the virus, previously urged people to stay at home and limit contact with others.

Viet Nam has confirmed an additional case-related coronavirus in Malaysia which attracts more than 16,000 people.

Recent unknown patient, a man 36 years old, returned to Vietnam on March 4 in VietJet VJ826 flights from Kuala Lumpur, the health ministry said.

Vietnam now has 67 cases of coronavirus.

WHO called Southeast Asia to take “aggressive” action to combat coronaviruses, warned that some countries are heading toward a community transmission, which could overwhelm already weak public health systems.

“We need to immediately increase all efforts to prevent the virus from infecting more people,” said Poonam Khetrapal Singh, WHO regional director.

“cluster over transmission of the virus were confirmed. While this is an indication of a warning d effective supervision, it also puts the spotlight on the need for more aggressive and the whole community effort to prevent the further spread of COVID-19” he said.

New Zealand have confirmed eight new cases, all related to people who had recently traveled abroad, the health ministry said in a press conference on Wednesday.

This took the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country to 20.

New Zealand impose restrictions on tough border on Saturday, asking everyone to arrive in the country to self-isolate, and has banned large public gatherings.

Hong Kong will start issuing orders to 14 days quarantine compulsory for all people arriving in Hong Kong from overseas, regardless of whether they are citizens of Hong Kong.

measure came into force on 19 March.

Colombia will enforce mass insulating homes for the elderly, President Ivan Duque said on Tuesday.

measure will come into force on Friday.

United Kingdom also has been considering whether to ask the elderly, who are more at risk, to stay at home.

Brazil would seek approval for an emergency order to allow for the fiscal targets memo and free up funds to combat the crisis coronavirus, said the government on Tuesday, as President Jair Bolsonaro announced both his 19th test negative COVID.

in a statement from the president, the government said it would ask the Congress to authorize an emergency measure until December 31.

Brazil reported the country’s first confirmed death from the outbreak on Tuesday.

“… in view of the need to increase public spending to protect the health and jobs of Brazil and the prospect of falling revenues, the federal government will ask the National Congress to recognize the state of emergency,” a statement from the president’s office said.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declared an ‘emergency biosecurity man’, gives the government the power to shut down the city or region s, imposed a curfew and order people to quarantine if deemed necessary to prevent the spread of the virus < p> the official travel advice, as we have previously reported, has been elevated to an unprecedented “Level 4 :. Do not travel” to every country in the world, Each meeting in the room non-essential more than 100 people have also been banned.

“Life changed in Australia,” Morrison said during a press conference televised. “Life will continue to change, because we are dealing with global coronavirus. The case is a once-in-a-hundred-year-types.”

Australia has recorded about 425 coronavirus infections and five deaths

See the latest coronavirus () announcement of the Prime Minister on :. meetings, travel and transportation, bulk purchasing, elder care, schools and social distance

researchers in Australia Peter Doherty Institute of infection and Immunity has of one of the first to get COVID-19 in Australia, to find out more about the way in which the body fights infection.

They took samples from a healthy woman in her 40s who had been diagnosed with mild to moderate cases of the disease, to track the response of his body from time to time.

“Three days after admission, we see a large population of some immune cells … often signs of recovery during seasonal influenza infections, so we estimate that the patient will recover within three d ays, which is what happen, “said University of Melbourne Research Fellow Oanh Nguyen.

“We show that … in healthy people, a strong immune response across the different cell types associated with clinical recovery, similar to what we see in influenza,” added Katherine Kedzierska, a professor at the University of Melbourne.

This paper has in Nature Medicine, a medical journal.

researchers from the National Institute of Infectious Diseases in Tokyo has released a prelude to the outbreak of coronavirus on board Diamond Princess.

cruise ship, with 3,700 passengers and crew, was quarantined from the port of Yokohama during the month of February 3 after a passenger who fell in Hong Kong confirmed by COVID-19.

report focused on 20 cases were confirmed among the crew, found that the transmission of passenger’s staff has begun before the ship was put into quarantine. Most of those who got the infection worked in food service for the crew, and also gave it to those who share their cabin.

The report’s authors say the findings indicate a need for “swift” investigation of the case as soon as COVID-19 was detected in places where large groups of people congregate and the importance of self-isolation to a close contact.

South Korea has provided an update on its number, with the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there are 93 new cases on Thursday, bringing the total infections to 8413.

While slightly higher than 84 recorded on Tuesday, it was the fourth day in a row that the country has reported fewer than 100 new infections

the National Health Commission of China has released the latest data on outbreaks there -. 13 new confirmed cases were reported on Tuesday, down from 21 cases the previous day.

which brings the total number of confirmed cases in the Chinese mainland to 80 894, health authorities said in a statement.

The death toll from the outbreak in mainland China has reached 3,237 late on Tuesday after 11 people were killed the previous day.

Those deaths were all in the central province of Hubei, the provincial capital Wuhan accounting for 10 of the deaths.

The number of imported cases of the virus in mainland China reached 155 on Tuesday, up 12 from the previous day.

Australia has urged citizens not to travel, given the risks of coronavirus as it spread around the world, and the high border controls are forcing airlines to cancel flights.

This urge anyone already abroad to return.

“there may be a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 abroad. You may come in contact with more people than usual, including on long-haul flights and in airports crowded,” said the government in improving advice. “The health system in some countries may come under pressure and may not include Australia or have the capacity to support a stranger.”

I was in Kuala Lumpur continues Al Jazeera coverage of the pandemic coronavirus.

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