Since his diagnosis on July 7, Bolsonaro has been confined to the presidential palace alongside other people that have already contracted the virus. On Wednesday morning, July 22nd, President Jair Bolsonaro announced that his latest Covid-19 test had come back positive.
Asked about coronavirus testing problems in March, Mr Trump said: "I don't take responsibility at all". Trump said that it is "not the right time" for a big convention in Jacksonville. The Republican Convention was supposed to be a gathering of all Republican delegates. NY now has 408,181 total infections throughout the state. The CDC's guidance highlights the challenges facing schools that have been instructed to reopen classrooms even as the US lacks substantive public-health ...
He continued his recent encouragement of Americans to wear masks when social distancing is not possible. Trump has only worn a mask once in public but this week started encouraging their use on a wider scale. His subdued tone contrasted with his previous calls to reopen the economy along with praise for Republican governors who did so and criticism of Democratic governors who implemented tough restrictions in their states.
Worryingly, more than half the people who tested positive for the virus in Victoria between July 7 and July 21, or more than 2,000 people, did not isolate, Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews said. Though the death rate in Australia has been lower than that of many of its rich-world peers, authorities and policymakers are increasingly anxious about the spread of the virulent disease in Melbourne.
After receiving the first 100 million doses, the United States government will pay BioNTech and Pfizer $1.95 billion. "But there are a lot of global collaborations and efforts being put in to see whether we can see an effective, usable, deployable vaccine for the human race around the world".
That's the largest single day increase since May 9th. The report shows Gloucester-Southgate has 176 confirmed cases of COVID-19 per 100,000 people, up from 104 cases per 100,000 people on July 6. Dr. Brent Moloughney, Ottawa's associate medical officer of heath said the cases are still under investigation but the age groups and nature of the activities involved at the gathering is clear.