Update On CoronaVirus Pandemic – Sunday 5th April, 2020

• Italy reports 4,316 new cases of coronavirus and 525 new deaths.
Total of 128,948 cases

• 151 coronavirus deaths in Iran, raising death toll to 3,603

• Governor Cuomo: #coronavirus deaths surge by 594 to 4,159 in #NewYork state

• 5903 new cases and 619 new coronavirus deaths in the UK. death toll rises to 4,934

• 674 new coronavirus deaths in Spain, raising death toll to 12,418

• 115 new coronavirus deaths in the Netherlands, raising death toll to 1,766

• Belgium reports 1,260 new cases of coronavirus and 164 new deaths.
A total of 19,691 cases and 1,447 deaths

• Rate of new coronavirus cases in Germany slows for the third straight day

• 14 more test positive for Covid19 in Indian occupied Kashmir.
Total cases in J&K – 106.

• Number of patients in intensive care has dropped for the first time since the crisis began in Italy.

• Incredibly all four doctors who died in the UK while fighting on the frontlines of the #CoronavirusPandemic were Muslim. But you wouldn’t know that if you only followed the #British press which has tried to whitewash the four out of the picture #COVID2019. One of them was from Ilorin, Kwara state, Nigeria.

•Most cases of coronavirus.

US: 311,600
Spain: 126,168
Italy: 124,632
Germany: 96,108
France: 89,953
China: 81,669
Iran: 55,743
UK: 41,903
Turkey: 23,934
Switzerland: 20,505
Belgium: 18,431
Netherlands: 16,627
Canada: 14,000
Austria: 11,766
Portugal: 10,524
Brazil: 10,278

• Sweden is considering reporting France to the European Commission after 4 million face masks ordered by Mölnlycke from China were stopped in France. The Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs says that France’s action is a violation of the internal market rules.

• #Iran has unveiled advanced thermal camera which can be used to detect those having fever as a symptom of #coronavirus.

• China says it has sold nearly four billion masks abroad in 1 month

• Britain has tested a total of 135,000 people, compared with 500,000 a week in Germany

• NEW: Italy reported its lowest number of new coronavirus deaths since March 19.

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