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Italy coronavirus death toll surges past 1,000: Live updates ...
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New Zealand announced the closure of the border, China reached a milestone; Britain announced the closure of schools; WHO called the virus’ enemy against humanity. Follow the latest updates.

Thu 19 Mar 2020 02:05 EDT

First published on Wed 18 Mar 2020 20:30 EDT

Chinese scientists and health professionals involved in the struggle against coronavirus countries believe that the worst is now over, shrink warning that the disease could be seasonal or that turn off the “second wave” could hit at the end of the year, Reuters reported.

medical adviser in China have expressed confidence that strict containment measures in the country has done enough to ensure that the outbreak can be brought under full control, domestically at least, in a few weeks. Although they remain vigilant against the risk of “imported” cases from overseas, they say China should be able to eliminate Covid-19 in the same way it was removed (SARS) in 2003. SARS eventually contained after the government imposed strict screening and quarantine measures. “For me, the second outbreak (of coronavirus), domestic outbreaks in China, it will not be a big concern,” said Cao Wei, deputy director of the Department of Infectious Diseases at the Peking Union Medical College Hospital. He told a briefing on Monday that while China needed one more month to make a final decision, measures of prevention and control that there should be enough to bring an end the domestic epidemic. The World Health Organization said the coronavirus which reached its peak in China around the end of February. Zhong Nanshan, a senior government adviser who helps detect and defeat SARS in 2003, said “could be in June” if other countries take the necessary action. On Wednesday, no new domestic cases of the disease in the epicenter of Wuhan for the first time since the outbreak began. However, the “imported” infections reached a record 34, and has outnumbered the domestic transmission for five consecutive days.

A variety of Turkish clothing retailers say they shut down temporarily stores from Thursday in response to the spread of coronavirus, after President Tayyip Erdogan Turkey advised to not leave the house for three weeks unless necessary.

Turkey announced the death of a second and says cases of respiratory illness is very contagious has nearly doubled to 191, as it ramps up measures to control the virus, the cafe closes, prohibiting mass prayer and halting flights to 20 countries. On Wednesday, Erdogan called on people to minimize social contact until the receding threat of a virus, but he did not tell them to stay away from work when he announced 100 billion lira (US $ 15.40bn) package of economic support.

The euro briefly rose against the dollar and the pound after the European Central Bank announced a € 750bn (US $ 816.83bn) asset purchase program in response to an outbreak of coronavirus, but even these efforts were overwhelmed by a stampede into dollars.

But the dollar back up the relentless against major currencies on Thursday as a wild financial market volatility and concerns over tightening liquidity triggered by a coronavirus pandemic trigger investor flight into cash, reports Reuters.

British pound teetered near the lowest since at least 1985 against the greenback. The Australian dollar slid to 17-year lows, while the New Zealand dollar fell to 11-year lows as investors dumped risky assets. Investors are selling what they can to keep their money in dollars because the unprecedented amount of uncertainty caused by the epidemic, which threatens to paralyze large parts of the global economy.

“This is similar to what happened during the global financial crisis that investors even sell what is normally considered a safe-haven asset,” said Junichi Ishikawa, senior currency strategist at IG Securities in Tokyo. “The logic is the largest hedge against the risk of holding your money in cash, so that the dollars purchased. investor uncertainty about as high as it could be, “Junichi Ishikawa, senior currency strategist at IG Securities in Tokyo. told Reuters.

The French president Emmanuel Macron has expressed full support for the steps the European Central Bank’s latest Twitter.

On Wednesday, the ECB announced a € 750bn Pandemic Emergency Purchase Program.

Christine Lagarde said the ECB president’s announcement:

t Extraordinaryimes require extraordinary action. There are no limits to our commitment to the euro. We are determined to use the full potential of our tools, in our mandate.

For the macron replied: “Full support for extraordinary measures taken this evening by the ECB. It is up to the countries of Europe to be there through the intervention of our budget and greater financial solidarity within the euro zone. Our people and our economy needs it. “

Plein exceptionnelles Soutien aux mesures prises par la ce soir BC. À nous États Européens d’être au rendez-vous par nos budgétaires intervention Solidarité et une plus grande Financière au sein de la zone euro. Peuples et nos nos en ont besoin economy.

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reports The Guardian of Orvieto with Palermo:

The coffin awaiting burial queued in churches and bodies of those who died in the home is being stored in a sealed-off room for the day as funeral services are struggling to cope in Bergamo, Italy provinces hardest hit by the pandemic coronavirus.

Wednesday, Covid-19 has killed 2,978 in all buried or cremated without ceremony. Those who died in the hospital to do it themselves, with their belongings left in a bag next to the coffin before being collected by the cemetery workers.

In Bergamo, the province of 1.2 million people in the region of Lombardy, where 1,640 of the total deaths in the country has occurred, 3,993 people have been infected with the virus Tuesday. The death toll across the province is not clear, but the CFB, the largest funeral director in the area, has carried out nearly 600 burial or cremation since March 1.

“In a normal month we will do about 120,” said Antonio Ricciardi, president of the CFB. “A generation has died just two weeks. We’ve never seen anything like this and it just makes you cry. “

There are about 80 companies funeral in Bergamo, each received dozens of calls an hour. Disadvantages coffin as service providers struggle to meet demand and cemetery workers infected with the virus also hamper preparations.

Summary of new measures announced in the Australia and New Zealand:

Eleanor Ainge Roy

New Zealand border will be closed to anyone who is not a New Zealand citizen or resident, Jacinda Ardern Prime Minister announced today. “At no time in the history of New Zealand has no such power has been used, and I realized how amazing it was,” said Ardern.’kita need to do this for the health of the country, and people kita’larangan it would apply to all countries and nation, but the partners and children of New Zealand will still be allowed in.

Monday Ardern required everyone arrived in the country to self-isolate for 14 days, including a New Zealand citizen. Spot checks by the police has proved that New Zealand follow the instructions to self-isolate, but there are “a number of the case” rating flout the rules, and refuse to self-isolate. The prime minister also discussed the increasing reports of panic-buying in supermarkets, urged New Zealand to become calm and shopped as normal, such as the delivery of goods from abroad continue as usual. Countdown supermarket today issued a directive that the purchase limit will now apply to some products, including paracetamol, toilet paper, and bread.

If you’re just joining us: Australia and New Zealand have each announced that they will close their borders to non-residents and non-citizens.

New Zealand prohibition applies at midnight tonight (Thursday).

Australia valid at 09:00 on Thursday.

Returning to Australia Scott Morrison now, which has once again given that estimates that the measures to control the spread of the virus may be in place for six months:

Over the next six months we need to work together. So we do need to moderate our behavior and understand things need to change. It’s not like before. But the phone still work, the hospital is still running, the stores are still open, the truck still get to the shops. All of it was there. What we have here is a virus and will slow down the country. This means that people should self-isolate. This means we have to behave differently and what will happen quite period -. Six months, I believe, based on my advice, at least

Thai troops will spray the streets of Bangkok with disinfectant every night until the end of the month, the Bangkok Post reported on Thursday.

The military began spraying the street near Sanam Luang with disinfectant to combat the spread.

The country has recorded 35 new cases of coronavirus, following a new wave of infections. The government has closed schools across the region

In Bangkok, boxing stadiums, bars, pubs, massage parlors, saunas, cinemas and fitness club, told to close earlier this week. Schools and universities have also been shut down.

Much of Australia and New Zealand for now, Mexico registered the first death of a coronavirus on Wednesday, the health ministry said in a statement, said the deceased was diabetic symptoms began last week.

New Zealand ban on visitors who are not residents or citizens came into effect midnight tonight (Thursday, March 19).

The ban, announced by the Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, following Australia’s announcement minutes before the travel ban to the country to all non-residents and non-citizens, affective 09:00 Friday night.

Updated
at 01:12 EDT

Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern has issued an order similar to Australia.

Minutes ago, Australia announced a ban on travel to the country to all non-residents and non-citizens, affective 21:00 Friday night.

Australian treasurer Josh Frydenberg:

Today the Reserve Bank made four significant announcements:

The first is to announce a reduction in the cash rate to 0.25%.

The second is to target the yield on three-year Treasury bonds was also 0.25%.

The third is a term financing facility of $ 90 billion for the banking system which will focus on lending to small and medium enterprises throughout the economy.

Finally, they increase the interest paid on the settlement of exchange.

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at 01:09 EDT

More than Morrison on the travel ban in Australia right now:

Now, the reason for this decision is consistent with the decisions we have ready made on this issue and that now we have about 80% of cases we have in Australia are both the result of someone who has contracted the virus abroad or someone who already has eight direct contact with someone who has returned from abroad. “

Australia Treasurer Josh Frydenberg the ban responds: “Extraordinary times call for extraordinary action”

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