Spain

One chart compares coronavirus cases per capita in the hardest-hit countries around the world - Switzerland, Spain, and Italy top the list

9 days ago   |   By Business Insider

The US, China, and Italy have the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world.
But comparing the number of cases per million residents tells a different story about which countries are hardest hit by the pandemic.
Switzerland has the highest number of COVID-19 cases per capita - 1,340 cases per million people -followed by Spain and Italy.
The number of US coronavirus cases per capita is far lower: about 210 people are infected per million Americans.
Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories .
The US, China, and Italy have the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world...
Read more ...

 

Coronavirus Wage Cuts Could Cost Both Messi And Ronaldo $20 Million-And They'd Still Be The World's Highest-Paid Soccer Players

Coronavirus Wage Cuts Could Cost Both Messi And Ronaldo $20 Million-And They'd Still Be The World's Highest-Paid Soccer Players

9 days ago   |   By Forbes

With the European football shutdown indefinitely due to the coronavirus crisis, clubs are now looking to control the economic fallout by asking for its stars to take a wage cut. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo could lose $20 million.
Read more ...

 

US now has the world's most coronavirus cases

US now has the world's most coronavirus cases

9 days ago   |   By Tech Crunch

On Thursday, the United States crossed an unfortunate milestone in the global fight against the novel coronavirus: leading the world in confirmed cases.
By Thursday afternoon around 3 p.m. PT, the U.S. reports 82,404 confirmed cases of the coronavirus to China's 81,782 according to a popular COVID-19 tracking tool from Johns Hopkins. Italy, regarded as the world's emerging hotspot in recent weeks, dropped to third with 80,589 cases.
Image Credits: Johns Hopkins
As the scientific community warned in the U.S. for some time, a lower case count doesn't necessarily mean there's no cause for...
Read more ...

 

March 26 Update: US COVID-19 Tests per Day TestAndTrace

March 26 Update: US COVID-19 Tests per Day TestAndTrace

9 days ago   |   By Calculated Risk

Tests per day is a key number to track (along with actual cases and, sadly, deaths). But total tests were a key for South Korea slowing the spread of COVID-19. South Korea has been conducting 15,000 to 20,000 tests per day with a 51 million population, so the US needs to test around 130,000 per day.
The US reported 146,044 tests in the last 24 hours. Some of these were probably late reports.
Note: About 12% of tests were positive in the most recent report. However some states are private labs aren't reporting the number of negative results, so this percentage may be high.
It would be...
Read more ...

 

U.S. Now Has Highest Number Of Coronavirus Cases In The World

9 days ago   |   By Forbes

New pandemic epicenters are appearing as the coronavirus spreads.
Read more ...

 

The US now has the world's biggest coronavirus outbreak - its case total just surpassed China's

The US now has the world's biggest coronavirus outbreak - its case total just surpassed China's

9 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Confirmed cases of coronavirus in the US have surpassed China and Italy, making the US the center of the outbreak.
The US has now recorded 82,353 coronavirus cases, compared with 81,782 in China.
Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories .
Confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in the US have topped the totals in China and Italy, making the US the epicenter of the global outbreak.
Confirmed cases in the US hit 82,353 on Thursday evening, surpassing China at 81,782 and Italy at 80,589. The total number of confirmed cases globally is 523,163, according to researchers from Johns...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Spain      Italy      Analysis      China      World      Business      United States      Credit      Credits      Health      TC      Coronavirus      COVID-19      New York  


‘I'll do whatever I have to do!' Trump brandishes tariff baton demanding...

‘I'll do whatever I have to do!' Trump brandishes tariff baton demanding ‘illegal OPEC cartel' save US oil jobs

Calling on Russia and Saudi Arabia to urgently resolve the global oil output glut crisis, President Donald Trump said he will do whatever it takes (apparently except for... Read more ...

Trump says he 'may take' hydroxychloroquine, even though there's no evidence...

Trump says he 'may take' hydroxychloroquine, even though there's no evidence it's effective or safe to prevent or treat coronavirus

President Donald Trump said Saturday he "may take" hydroxychloroquine, apparently to prevent the coronavirus, though there is no evidence the drug is safe or effective for that... Read more ...

I flew on one of the few remaining flights during the coronavirus pandemic...

I flew on one of the few remaining flights during the coronavirus pandemic, and it was unlike anything I'd ever seen

Domestic air travel has come to a near standstill amid the coronavirus outbreak sweeping across the United States. But there are still a handful of of flights available for... Read more ...

Saudi Arabia uses low oil prices to force US to cut shale production, but...

Saudi Arabia uses low oil prices to force US to cut shale production, but damage to all countries may prompt talks

A fall in oil prices intensified by Saudi Arabia's actions has dealt a deadly blow to US shale oil companies, but “counterproductive” measures that harm all oil producers may... Read more ...

New York Gov. Cuomo says he expects the peak of the coronavirus outbreak to...

New York Gov. Cuomo says he expects the peak of the coronavirus outbreak to hit in the 'seven-day' range as cases skyrocket

New York Gov. Cuomo said he expects the peak of coronavirus cases in the state in the "seven-day" range, though he said the state isn't yet prepared for the pressure on the... Read more ...

Here's why the depleted cruise line industry will be one of the biggest...

Here's why the depleted cruise line industry will be one of the biggest losers of the new $500 billion corporate bailout program

The $2 trillion stimulus package contained a substantial pot of money for bailouts of large corporations and businesses. But the cruise line industry will be left out since the... Read more ...

A week in the life of a night nurse treating coronavirus patients in New...

A week in the life of a night nurse treating coronavirus patients in New York City's top hospital, where she says space is running out for patients and nurse staffing is starting to run thin

One New York City nurse shared her experience treating patients positive for COVID-19, some in critical condition. New York state had over 100,000 coronavirus cases as of April... Read more ...

The Coronavirus Economy: How my job as a cosmetic dermatologist has changed

The Coronavirus Economy: How my job as a cosmetic dermatologist has changed

Subscribe to Fortune' s Outbreak newsletter for a daily roundup of stories on the coronavirus and its impact on global business. As one of the most in-demand cosmetic... Read more ...

Australians have been advised not to wear face masks if they aren't infected...

Australians have been advised not to wear face masks if they aren't infected by COVID-19

Australia's deputy chief medical officer Paul Kelly told Australians that they shouldn't wear face masks. That's partially due to the short supply of face masks in the health... Read more ...

How America's decimated pandemic response capabilities led to one of the...

How America's decimated pandemic response capabilities led to one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in the world

The US is the global epicenter of the novel coronavirus pandemic. The story of how the country got here was set in motion years ago, when the Trump administration began... Read more ...