Global coronavirus cases now top 750,000

Global coronavirus cases now top 750,000

Global coronavirus cases now top 750,000

The country also confirmed another 812 deaths in 24 hours from the coronavirus on Monday, bringing the total number of deaths to 7,340, according to health ministry figures.

Some leaders warned the worst is yet to come as governments extend containment measures and roll out rescue packages aimed at staunching the bloodletting of their economies.

Meanwhile, a US Navy hospital ship with 1000 beds arrived in port in NY to help relieve the crisis gripping the city.

France deployed two specially equipped trains to transport coronavirus patients from overcrowded hospitals in the east to facilities along the western coast.

"Please come help us in NY now".

The U.S. now has more than 143,000 infections and 2,500 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University, while around the world more than 735,000 people are infected.

A lockdown in India covering the country's 1.3 billion people has put day laborers out of work and left families struggling to eat. More than a quarter of the fatalities were in New York City. "You see this virus move across the state".

"I have nothing for my head, nothing for my shoes", said Diana Torres, who works in a rehabilitation centre in the city.

As he announced the latest death toll, he said: "That's a lot of loss, that's a lot of pain, that's a lot of tears, that's a lot of grief that people all across this state are feeling".

Governor Andrew Cuomo briefs the media inside a almost completed makeshift hospital at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York, March 27, 2020.

With a population of 47 million people to China's 1.4 billion, Spain saw its official tally of infections climb past 85,000.

"I have nothing for my head, nothing for my shoes", said Diana Torres, who works in a rehabilitation centre in New York City, the epicentre of the USA outbreak.

Both Spain and Italy have demanded more European help as the continent faces its worst crisis since the Second World War. Hospitals are buckling under the weight of caring for so many desperately ill patients at once. A field hospital opened in New York City's iconic Central Park, and will begin taking patients on Tuesday. This hampers hospitals' efforts to help the tsunami of people gasping for breath.

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said his city, with more than 670 deaths so far, had enough protective gear only for another week.

In hard-hit Iran, President Hassan Rouhani also said the country must prepare to adjust to "the new way of life" for the foreseeable future, after 123 more deaths were recorded.

Schools, restaurants and most shops are shut down and the entry to supermarkets is restricted so that social distancing can be maintained.

WHO's emergencies chief, Dr. Michael Ryan, said the caseloads in Italy and Spain might be levelling off.

"It is our fervent hope that that is the case", he said.

For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough.

Meanwhile, Moscow went on its own lockdown yesterday as all of Russian Federation braced for sweeping nationwide restrictions. On Sunday, Spain confirmed 838 deaths.

Putin has declared that only people employed by essential sectors should work this week, leaving it to regional authorities to spell out the details. He frequently interacted with the prime minister.

Authorities also stepped up the country's half-a-month lockdown on Monday, beginning with a new two-week period of "hibernation", as described by a Spanish cabinet member, in order to alleviate the pressure of the illness in the country's health system.

China's National Health Commission on Monday reported 31 new COVID-19 cases, among them just one domestic infection.

At the peak of China's restrictions, some 700 million people were in areas ordered to stay home, but those rules are easing.

Japanese automaker Toyota halted production at its auto plants in Europe, though all its factories in China resumed production Monday.

- In Japan, officials announced a new date for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics - summer of 2021 - as a spike in reported infections fueled suspicions that the government had been understating the extent of the country's outbreak in recent weeks while it was still hoping to salvage the Summer Games.

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