The number of recorded cases of COVID19 has risen to 80,988 across 33 countries, but there is no need for panic over the outbreak, the World Health Organization said.ROME - The number of recorded cases of coronavirus has risen to 80,988 across 33 countries, but there is no need for panic over the outbreak, World Health Organization Europe Director Hans Kluge said on Wednesday. "There is indeed no need for a panic," he told a news conference in Rome, adding that the mortality rate is about 2% and now 1% in China, which has 96.5% of global cases. "Bear in mind that four out of five patients have mild symptoms and recover," Kluge said. He said that disease response cooperation will be scaled up to ensure all regions of Italy are equally prepared following the surge of cases in the north of the country. Read more: ABS-CBN News
Dr. Li Wenliang, first to exposed COVID 19 and was punished by Chinese government..Why? Maybe the virus was 'Manmade'. Apparently, he died of the said virus but there's a big ? Wut? 😳 sana all nag dadasal ka juses
Honda Cars PH production closure a global decision- DTIThe closure of Honda’s production operations in the country was a decision made by the automobile’s headquarters, a government official said. Honda is doing well all across Asia and America. There is something more to this move... Salamat sa malasakit tatay dy gong-gong HONDA management withdrawing its operations have vital reasons: they don't feel safe. the country is already ruled/invaded/occupied by china. xi jinping on refuge on board a ship near the kalayaan group of islands. VFA termination is the last straw that broke the camel's back.
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Countries must shift mindset to virus preparedness: WHO expertGENEVA (Reuters) - Countries need to prepare immediately for an outbreak of the novel coronavirus so they can respond rapidly when it arrives, a top World Health Organization ( WHO ) expert said on Tuesday. From disaster preparedness to also virus preparedness. It's beyond being a boy scout.