April 2, 2020
Coronavirus Daily Digest: April 2, 2020
Worldwide cases has passed the one million mark; the US federal stockpile has thousands of broken ventilators; and New Orleans’ death rate is seven times that of New York’s. Here’s Coronavirus daily digest at home and around the world:
The total number of cases worldwide has passed one million, with 1,014,499 confirmed as at the end of today. Over fifty thousand death, of those, 53,159 have died, and over 200,000 have recovered. The U.S. has twice as many cases as any other country, with around 244,433 confirmed. With 29,430 new cases and more than 6,000 people have died.
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The contract for maintaining the U.S federal stockpile of ventilators ceased last summer. Now, thousands of them are not working and the personal protective equipment in the stockpile is about to run out.
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Brazil’s president, Bolsonaro is the only major world leader still downplaying the threat of COVID-19.
Ten new cases o f covid-19 have been reported in Nigeria with seven in Lagos and three in the FCT bringing the total to 184 covid-19 cases.
Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano said his government will distribute 3 Million face masks to the residents of the state for free.
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