Coronavirus Covid-19 Outbreak Daily Updates


The worst form of panic comes from disinformation.”—Anon

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February 29, 2020 Update

6:40 PM PT

Washington coronavirus: Governor declares state of emergency

12:12 AM PT

Coronavirus outbreak: U.S. braces for rise in COVID-19 cases as WHO raises threat to “highest level”

February 28, 2020 Update

11:27 PM PT

Oregon Officials Confirm Third Coronavirus Case “Of Unknown Origin”; Risk Of “Community Outbreak” Is High

February 27, 2020 Updates

9:37 PM PT

08:20 PM PT

03:43 PM PT

NZ Finance minister lays out three possible coronavirus scenarios including pandemic

Scenario One: Temporary global demand shock resulting in a temporary but significant impact on the New Zealand.

Scenario Two: Longer lasting shock to the domestic economy, as the global impact fed through to the economy.

Scenario Three: How to respond to a global downturn if the worst case played out around the world, and there was a global pandemic

12:49 PM PT

As fears of a pandemic grow, more new cases of coronavirus are confirmed outside of China for the first time: WHO

February 26, 2020 Updates

4:42 PM PT

Just as President Trump was appointing VP Mike Pence to oversee the US’s virus response, the Washington Post reported that the first US coronavirus case of unknown origin has been reported in Northern California.

12:02 PM PT

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1. CDC: there are now 59 coronavirus cases in the U.S.

2. U.S. warns of coronavirus pandemic as Latin America reports first case

February 25, 2020 Updates

6:54 PM PT

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea has reported 169 more cases of a new virus, mostly in the southeast city of Daegu and nearby areas, bringing its total number of infections to 1,146.

4:42 PM PT

AUDIO PODCASTING: CDC TELEBRIEFING INFORMATION CONFERENCE

3:10 PM PT

International traveler under coronavirus quarantine at Ventura County naval base in Los Angeles CA

2:09 PM PT

US health officials say coronavirus will likely cause a global pandemic:

“Current global circumstances suggest it’s likely this virus will cause a pandemic,” Anne Schuchat, principal deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told reporters at a news briefing.

“It’s not so much a question of if this will happen any more, but rather more a question of when this will happen and how many people in this country will become infected and how many of those will develop severe or more complicated disease,” she added.

1. Is the Coronavirus Outbreak a Pandemic Yet?

Coronavirus Distribution World Map

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2. Italy Coronavirus: Venice Carnival closes as Italy imposes lockdown: About 50,000 people cannot enter or leave several towns in Veneto and Lombardy for the next two weeks without special permission. Even outside the zone, many businesses and schools have suspended activities, and sporting events have been cancelled including several top-flight football matches.

3. Nine countries close borders with Iran over coronavirus spread

4. A spike in new coronavirus cases in Italy and South Korea over the weekend unnerved markets with oil prices down 2.4%.

February 22, 2020

Coronavirus Initial Post

“Please be kind to yourself and to others in these trying times. If you cannot care for yourself, find someone who can!”Michele L. Pruitt

15 Comments

  1. I an praying not. 🙏

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  2. In Spain, there are more cases of the virus because many Spaniards and Italians cross the border daily.
    Thank you for the info.

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    1. Thank you for your informative comment, Michele. We need to be aware and properly informed.

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  3. lindasschaub says:

    Very scary stuff Martha … hopefully they find a suitable vaccine soon!

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      1. lindasschaub says:

        I think our life as we know it will not be the same – I just hope this country is taking proper precautions. They say everything is fine, yet the woman today was not around anyone with the virus, so that’s a big mystery how she got it.

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      2. “I think our life as we know it will not be the same –” Agree, Linda. In my lifetime first it was in 2001 (9/11), now this virus. The governor of CA says that there are only 200 coronavirus kits for testing in THE WHOLE STATE! Can you imagine?! There is also this link that might interest you:
        HHS employee claims lack of safety training, no screenings before flights home

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      3. lindasschaub says:

        Hi Martha – I can remember the Hong Flu Pandemic … I had to Google it as I could not remember when it was, but knew it was not long after we moved to the States from Canada (we moved here in 1966, the Detroit Riots were in 1967 and the Hong Kong Flu was the following year). I have a link below of the worse Pandemics that I found when looking for the year. I can remember going with my parents to a local health department to get a shot as soon as the vaccine became available. I wonder if they will send people to a health department if a vaccine becomes available like back then? Back then, we had small drugstores, not big ones like CVS or Walgreens, which is where most people get their regular flu shots these days. Or the grocery store. It is scary the more I hear about it. I did hear the story you sent me on the news this morning. And, you know they are saying that people are using masks to be safe but I heard on the news or read that it is not good practice to wear them as most people do not know how to remove them without contaminating themselves. It is more than just the stock market tumbling – they are talking self-imposed quarantine conditions to keep from getting infected. https://www.mphonline.org/worst-pandemics-in-history/

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      4. I miss those small family owned pharmacies. The Black Plague was terrifying, considering that the world population was no more than 400 million people! Interesting data. https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/world-population-by-year/

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      5. lindasschaub says:

        That was interesting Martha – I was looking at that chart and look at how much the world population is now going down!

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  4. bgddyjim says:

    I’m curious about your opinion, Doctor… Politicians in the US are already overreacting to the virus, saying the response to this outbreak that hasn’t happened yet, is less than the response to the Ebola outbreak.

    Now, the reaction is partisan in nature, of course – meant to prey on the ignorant. Would you say that reaction is a little silly, simply based on the fact that the mortality rate for Ebola is 90% and that of COVID19 is just 2% (though, I assume COVID is easier to transmit based on airborne vs. fluid based for Ebola).

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