The institute said states with low death rates, including Vermont, West Virginia, Montana and Hawaii, could safely relax some restrictions on May 4, so long as they continued to limit social gatherings. The city is asking anyone who has tested positive for the virus and fully recovered to donate blood. Patients admitted to hospitals for suspected COVID-19 increased to 317 on Friday, after 261 were reported on Thursday, said de Blasio.
Citizens are allowed to exercise in public once a day, and can travel to work if they are unable to work from home. Mr Raab said there were still "issues with the virus spreading in some hospitals and in care homes". Amid all the gloom, however, there was some good news. "Patients were aged between 28 and 103 years old". "For all those people who are finding it hard at the moment: the sun will shine on you again and the clouds will go away", he said.
In a phone call on Friday U.S. President Donald Trump and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez "discussed the need to maintain restrictions on travellers crossing their land borders for non-essential purposes", the White House said in a statement on Saturday.
One of the first conspiracy theories to emerge was on January 21 when online personalities allegedly linked to the conspiracy group, QAnon , said on Twitter Gates had foreknowledge of the outbreak. Conspiracy theories linking Gates with the virus were mentioned about 1.2 million times on TV and social media from February to April. The tweet was based on a coronavirus-related patent from the Pirbright Institute, a British group that received funding from the Gates Foundation.
They clarified Wortman was not an RCMP employee (but did not explicitly say he stole the items), and advised residents not to approach him and to call 911 if they saw the vehicle's serial number. 'Gabriel Wortman, suspect in active shooter investigation, is now in custody, ' the force said in a tweet. Portapique residents said the incident started late on Saturday night when police urged everyone to stay indoors.
Jacksonville opened beaches from 6-11 a.m. and 5-8 p.m. daily, with some restrictions including no sunbathing or lounging in chairs or on blankets. Hundreds of people in Florida reportedly flocked to several beaches as they reopened for "essential activities" after being closed because of the coronavirus outbreak, despite the state's death toll climbing to 726.