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Coronavirus 411 podcast provides daily updates, news, alerts, and information regarding the Coronavirus COVID 19. Coronavirus 411 podcast collects Information from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) the World Health Organization (WHO) and other news sources. This information is meant to help people stay informed and updated about Coronavirus.

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Coronavirus 411 podcast provides daily updates, news, alerts, and information regarding the Coronavirus COVID 19. Coronavirus 411 podcast collects Information from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) the World Health Organization (WHO) and other news sources. This information is meant to help people stay informed and updated about Coronavirus.

    Coronavirus 4 1 1 Special Edition for 07-11-2020

    Coronavirus 4 1 1 Special Edition for 07-11-2020

    This is Coronavirus 411 with a special episode to tell you about a new podcast, Vaccine 4 1 1. It keeps you up to date on the race for a COVID-19 vaccine. Topics this week included: The U.S. drug maker leading the vaccine race...without a vaccine and what is Herd Immunity anyway? To listen to the show, just search for Vaccine 4-1-1 in Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. You can get new episodes of Vaccine 4-1-1 every Tuesday and Thursday.

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    Coronavirus 4 1 1 news, updates, hotspots and information for 07-10-2020 COVID-19 AM Alert

    Coronavirus 4 1 1 news, updates, hotspots and information for 07-10-2020 COVID-19 AM Alert

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    This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots… Just the facts… for Friday July 10th, 2020. Another record day for cases in the U.S. with 59,886 reported. Single day records set in: Alabama, Idaho, Missouri, Montana, Oregon and Texas. Mississippi’s Health Officer said “Mississippi hospitals cannot take care of Mississippi patients” in reference to the state’s lack of available ICU beds. Florida’s Miami/Dade County reported a 33.5% virus positivity rate Thursday, their goal is to stay under 10%. Nevada will shut down bars in counties with rising cases. Las Vegas and Reno will be included. Kentucky will require face masks to be worn in public settings and indoor businesses when social distancing is not practical. New York City extended the ban on large public gatherings through the end of September.
    Hong Kong will close schools and reimpose social distancing, as officials are now concerned about a “third wave”. Italy is considering extending their “state of emergency” allowing the government to take certain restrictive measures to curb the spread of the virus. Victoria, Australia recorded 288 cases Thursday. The highest for any Australian state since the pandemic began. India and Mexico set new records for daily cases.
    The locations of hotspots and U.S and Country diagnoses in a moment.
    Hotspots displaying faster rates of growth as of July 9th, according to The New York Times: US Virgin Islands, Anderson, Chambers, Jefferson, La Salle, Val Verde and Duval County Texas, Malheur County Oregon, Bibb County Georgia, Pipestone County Minnesota, Adams County Washington. Globally: Australia, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Montenegro, Namibia, Botswana.
    There have been 3,118,168 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States and 133,291 deaths. There were 59,886 new cases reported in the last 24 hours. The 10 states with highest case counts: New York 404,207, California 303,516, Texas 240,025, Florida 232,710, New Jersey 176,217, Illinois 152,188, Arizona 112,783, Massachusetts 110,897, Georgia 98,693, Pennsylvania 97,634.
    The 5 Countries with the largest daily increases for July 9th, according to the WHO: Brazil 45,305, India 24,879, South Africa 8,810, Russia 6,509, Mexico 6,258.
    The 10 Countries with highest overall case counts: Brazil 1,755,779, India 793,802, Russia 712,863, Peru 316,448, Chile 306,216, United Kingdom 289,165, Mexico 282,283, Spain 253,056, Iran 252,720, Pakistan 243,599.
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    Coronavirus 4 1 1 news, updates, hotspots and information for 07-09-2020 COVID-19 AM Alert

    Coronavirus 4 1 1 news, updates, hotspots and information for 07-09-2020 COVID-19 AM Alert

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    This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots… Just the facts… for Thursday July 9th, 2020. The U.S. has crossed the 3 million mark, with another record setting day of new cases. 59,453 were reported yesterday, according to the New York Times. Led by California with 11,694 and Texas with 9,979. Missouri, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and West Virginia all set single day records. More than 24 states have halted or rolled back reopening plans. PPE is once again in short supply. Coronavirus Task Force Member Dr. Fauci, told the Wall Street Journal, “Any state that is having a serious problem, that state should seriously look at shutting down”. In Missouri 82 campers and counselors have tested positive, the largest cluster attached to a summer camp. Cases in Tulsa, Oklahoma are on the rise. The city’s health director said they are “more than likely” connected to The President’s rally and protests of the rally that took place last month. 1.3 million workers filed first time unemployment claims last week. In Orlando, Florida, Disney World plans to move ahead with Saturday’s reopening.
    The Director General of The World Health Organization said yesterday that the true enemy isn’t the virus, “but the lack of leadership and solidarity at the global level”. Tokyo, Japan reported their largest daily increase in cases today with 224. Dubai will give arriving passengers free COVID-19 tests at the airport with results within 6 to 24 hours, reports The Washington Post. Mainland China recorded their 9th consecutive day with new case numbers in the single digits.
    The locations of hotspots and U.S and Country diagnoses in a moment.
    Hotspots displaying faster rates of growth as of July 8th, according to The New York Times: US Virgin Islands, Bristol Bay Borough Alaska, Thurston County Nebraska, Macon County Tennessee, Calcasieu County Louisiana, Jefferson, Val Verde and Duval County Texas, Malheur County Oregon, Bibb County Georgia, Pipestone County Minnesota. Globally: Australia, Luxembourg, Equatorial Guinea, Slovenia, Montenegro, Namibia, Botswana.
    There have been 3,055,144 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States and 132,309 deaths. There were 59,453 new cases reported in the last 24 hours. The 10 states with highest case counts: New York 403,619, California 296,304, Texas 229,116, Florida 223,775, New Jersey 175,986, Illinois 151,055, Massachusetts 110,602, Arizona 108,710, Pennsylvania 96,817, Georgia 96,538.
    The 5 Countries with the largest daily increases for July 8th, according to the WHO: India 22,752, Brazil 20,229, South Africa 10,134, Russia 6,562, Mexico 4,902.
    The 10 Countries with highest overall case counts: Brazil 1,713,160, India 767,296, Russia 706,179, Peru 312,911, Chile 303,083, United Kingdom 288,512, Mexico 275,003, Spain 252,513, Iran 250,458, Italy 242,149.
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    Coronavirus 4 1 1 news, updates, hotspots and information for 07-08-2020 COVID-19 AM Alert

    Coronavirus 4 1 1 news, updates, hotspots and information for 07-08-2020 COVID-19 AM Alert

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    This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots… Just the facts… for Wednesday July 8th, 2020. The U.S. is on the verge of 3 million COVID-19 cases, with 54,160 reported yesterday, according to the New York Times. California, Hawaii, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma and Texas set new single day records. Florida, Texas and Arizona continue to struggle with high hospitalizations and dwindling ICU beds. Despite the continued rise in cases, The President urged Governor’s to reopen schools in the fall, stating “We’re very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools, to get them open”. The National Education Association, National Parent Teacher Association and American Federation of Teachers issued a joint statement noting, “we could be putting students, their families and educators in danger”. Coronavirus Task Force Member Dr. Fauci, said he is strongly in favor of local mask mandates. A number of movie theater chains have filed a lawsuit against The Governor of New Jersey for not letting them reopen.
    The Trump Administration gave formal notice of withdrawal from World Health Organization, with complete separation in July of 2021. After months of downplaying the virus, The President of Brazil has tested positive for COVID-19. Protesters in Serbia surrounded the Parliament building to protest new lockdown measures. The World Health Organization acknowledged emerging evidence of airborne transmission of COVID-19.
    The locations of hotspots and U.S and Country diagnoses in a moment.
    Hotspots displaying faster rates of growth as of July 7th, according to The New York Times: US Virgin Islands, Bristol Bay Borough Alaska, Thurston and Morrill County Nebraska, Hale, Victoria, Titus, McClennan, Jefferson and Duval County Texas, Macon County Tennessee, Lassen County California, Calcasieu and Catahoula County Louisiana, Escambia County Florida, Malheur County Oregon, Jefferson County Georgia. Globally: Kazakhstan, Australia, Luxembourg, Equatorial Guinea, Montenegro, Namibia, Botswana.
    There have been 2,996,333 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States and 131,481 deaths. There were 54,160 new cases reported in the last 24 hours. The 10 states with highest case counts: New York 402,928, California 287,766, Texas 219,164, Florida 213,786, New Jersey 175,734, Illinois 150,110, Massachusetts 110,338, Arizona 105,159, Pennsylvania 95,986, Georgia 93,707.
    The 5 Countries with the largest daily increases for July 7th, according to the WHO: Brazil 26,051, India 22,252, South Africa 8,971, Russia 6,368, Mexico 4,683.
    The 10 Countries with highest overall case counts: Brazil 1,668,589, India 742,417, Russia 699,749, Peru 309,278, Chile 301,019, United Kingdom 287,880, Mexico 268,008, Spain 252,130, Iran 248,379, Italy 241,956.
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    Coronavirus 4 1 1 news, updates hotspots and information for 07-07-2020 COVID-19 AM Alert

    Coronavirus 4 1 1 news, updates hotspots and information for 07-07-2020 COVID-19 AM Alert

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    This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots… Just the facts… for Tuesday July 7th, 2020. Coronavirus Task Force Member Dr. Fauci, says we are “still knee deep in the first wave” and “we never came back to baseline and now are surging back up”. There have been nearly 300,000 cases recorded in the first week of July. Arizona crossed 100,000 cases. Despite a rise in cases, Florida has mandated that schools reopen for in person classes in the Fall. A number of members of the California State Assembly tested positive for COVID-19. They have adjourned until further notice. The Mayor of Atlanta, her husband and one of her children have tested positive. Virginia reported zero virus related deaths yesterday for the first time in over 3 months.
    New data released on the coronavirus small business relief funds shows that a considerable share of the money went to chains owned by large investment firms, reports The Washington Post. Maryland based Novavax, received a 1.6-billion-dollar contract as a part of “Operation Warp Speed” for development and for the U.S. to secure 100 million doses of the as yet unproven vaccine is in Phase I clinical trials. New Jersey based Regeneron, announced they will begin Phase 2/3 clinical trials for their vaccine described as a “double antibody cocktail” to both treat and prevent infection. The trials will work with nearly 150 sites in the U.S., Brazil, Chile and Mexico. Initial data is expected in late summer.
    The entire city of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia is back under a 6-week lockdown, effecting nearly 5 million people. Previously, the lockdown only applied to specific neighborhoods and buildings. Iran has mandated face masks to be worn in public. Hong Kong will require airline crew members to take a COVID-19 test when they arrive. Vietnam's final COVID-19 ICU patient was released, the country has no recorded deaths from the virus.
    The locations of hotspots and U.S and Country diagnoses in a moment.
    Hotspots displaying faster rates of growth as of July 6th, according to The New York Times: U.S. Virgin Islands, Bristol Bay Borough Alaska, Macon County Tennessee, Victoria, Nueces, Grimes, McClennan, Navarro, Jefferson and Duval County Texas, Morrill and Thurston County Nebraska, Calcasieu County Louisiana, Escambia and Osceola County Florida, Malheur County Oregon. Globally: Kazakhstan, Australia, Luxembourg, West Bank & Gaza, Croatia, Equatorial Guinea, Slovenia, Montenegro, Namibia, Botswana.
    There have been 2,938,625 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States and 130,306 deaths. There were 47,362 new cases reported in the last 24 hours. The 10 states with highest case counts: New York 402,338, California 277,869, Texas 209,319, Florida 206,439, New Jersey 175,467, Illinois 149,428, Massachusetts 110,137, Arizona 101,542, Pennsylvania 95,187, Georgia 91,015.
    The 5 Countries with the largest daily increases for July 6th, according to the WHO: Brazil 37,923, India 24,248, South Africa 8,773, Mexico 6,914, Russia 6,611.
    The 10 Countries with highest overall case counts: Brazil 1,623,284, India 719,664, Russia 693,215, Peru 305,703, Chile 298,557, United Kingdom 287,291, Mexico 261,750, Spain 251,789, Iran 245,688, Italy 241,819.
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    Coronavirus 4 1 1 news, updates, hotspots and information for 07-06-2020 COVID-19 AM Alert

    Coronavirus 4 1 1 news, updates, hotspots and information for 07-06-2020 COVID-19 AM Alert

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    This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots… Just the facts… for Monday July 6th, 2020. California recorded the largest one-day total yet in the U.S. with 11,786 new cases reported Sunday. Arizona, California, Nevada, South Carolina and Texas reported a record number of hospitalizations due to COVID-19. The Mayor of Austin, Texas told CNN, “If we don’t change this trajectory, then I am within two weeks of having our hospitals overrun”. The Mayor of Houston also noted the hospital system there was close to being overwhelmed. For the third time in a week, Florida reported more than 10,000 cases on Sunday. The Mayor of Phoenix, said her request to set up community-based testing was rejected. 112 students living in a fraternity house at the University of Washington have tested positive for the virus. The school has set up a pop-up testing site.
    Scientists from around the world are urging the World Health Organization to address airborne transmission of the virus, reports The Washington Post. India has recorded more cases than Russia and now has the third highest total in the world, behind the U.S. and Brazil. Around 270,000 in northeast and northwest Spain will re-enter lockdown. Australia will close the border between New South Wales and Victoria. Over 3,000 people in nine public housing complexes in Melbourne, Victoria have been placed under strict lockdown for 5 days. The Louvre in Paris opened today after four months.
    The locations of hotspots and U.S and Country diagnoses in a moment.
    Hotspots displaying faster rates of growth as of July 5th, according to The New York Times: U.S. Virgin Islands, Lee County Arkansas, Granada, Sunflower and Washington County Mississippi, Hale, Victoria, Grimes, Nueces and Jefferson County Texas, Glynn County Georgia, Perry County Alabama, Macon County Tennessee, Thurston and Morrill County Nebraska, Lassen County California, Calcasieu County Louisiana, Malheur County Oregon, Escambia and Osceola County Florida. Globally: Kazakhstan, Australia, Luxembourg, West Bank & Gaza, Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Namibia, Botswana.
    There have been 2,888,729 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States and 129,947 deaths. There were 45,157 new cases reported in the last 24 hours. The 10 states with highest case counts: New York 401,822, California 271,493, Texas 200,138, Florida 200,103, New Jersey 175,258, Illinois 148,730, Massachusetts 109,974, Arizona 98,126, Pennsylvania 94,403, Georgia 89,489.
    The 5 Countries with the largest daily increases for July 5th, according to the WHO: Brazil 42,223, India 24,850, South Africa 10,853, Mexico 6,740, Russia 6,736.
    The 10 Countries with highest overall case counts: Brazil 1,603,055, India 697,413, Russia 686,777, Peru 302,718, Chile 295,532, United Kingdom 286,932, Mexico 256,848, Spain 250,545, Iran 243,051, Italy 241,611.
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