This are getting back to normalcy as more and more people are leaving their houses to go to work and do stuffs. Unfortunately, gyms are still closed tho.
- Malaysia 14th May CCP Virus COVID-19 Update
- +40 > 6819 Total Confirmed Cases (31 cases are foreigners, 9 locals) (0 imported)
- +1 > 112 Deaths (1.64% of total)
- +70 > 5351 Total Recovered (78.47% of total)
- 16 ICU (4 require ventilator)
- 1356 Active Cases
- Chicken samples tested negative for the virus at the EMCO poultry factory at Pedas. (Source)
- The government now allows married couples to travel to meet each other once a week if they are working in different locations. – MKN
- Here’s a graph showing the possible increase in number of cases in graph by the CPRC.
- ‘Total’ lockdown in Chile capital Santiago after coronavirus spike: minister.
- As of today, Iraq has:
- 3,032 cases
- 1,966 recovered
- 115 deaths
- 136,640 total tests conducted
- Since yesterday Iraq has:
- 119 new cases
- 63 more recovered
- 3 new deaths
- 4,183 tests conducted
- Over 500 newborn babies ‘ordered’ by Westerners through surrogate agencies have been left without their parents in Ukraine due to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic.
- US intelligence agencies said that they were at risk of Chinese hackers to steal coronavirus data on treatments and vaccines. (Source)
- Vitamin D deficiency may be linked to more severe cases of COVID-19, two studies based on data from more than 20 countries found. (Source)
- BREAKING: Brazil has confirmed 11,385 new COVID-19 cases and 749 new deaths, raising the country’s total to 188,974 with 13,149 confirmed deaths.
- The United States recorded 1,813 coronavirus deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 84,059, according to Johns Hopkins University.
- More than 24,000 people connected to the recent COVID19 outbreak in Seoul’s popular multicultural neighborhood of Itaewon have been tested for COVID-19 – thanks to the adoption of free and anonymous tests, the city mayor said on Thursday.
- South Korea confirms 29 new coronavirus cases and 1 new death, total reaches 10,991 with 260 confirmed deaths; KCDC
Short updates today.