After difficult months due to Corona … new data calls for optimism

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New York American, the epicenter of an epidemic "Covid-19" In the United States, the state’s governor declared Andrew Como, Sunday, that the virus "The stage of regression has begun".

At a news conference, Como said: "We have crossed the peak point, and all indications at this point indicate that we are on a downward path for the state’s Corona virus curve.", Noting at the same time that "Continuing the downhill path depends on what we do".

During the past 24 hours, the state recorded 507 new deaths from the virus and 1,384 new infections.

Despite the recorded decline, officials still warn that New York "Unwilling to mitigate the closure of schools, companies and communities".

And in SpainAs the second most affected country to Corona after the United States, the lowest daily death toll was recorded in 4 weeks.

And Sunday, recorded Spain 410 deaths in Corona during the past 24 hours, compared to 565 deaths on Saturday. The director of the Health Emergency Center, Fernando Simon, said: "It is the first time that we have recorded fewer than 500 deaths since daily deaths began to rise".

This daily toll is the lowest since March 22, in the country most affected by the epidemic in the world after the United States.

The official explained that "In terms of deaths, hospitalization, and transfer to intensive care, the data continues to decline, which clearly confirms that disease transmission has decreased significantly."Considering that this number "Pays to hope"According to Agence France-Presse.

Health authorities believe that Spain reached the height of the epidemic on April 2, when it counted 950 deaths in one day, but it is not yet ready to recommend lifting isolation measures, which are considered the most stringent in Europe.

Either in CanadaPrime Minister Justin Trudeau stressed that "The number of people who have been infected with the Corona virus in the country, shows that things are going in the right direction"According to Reuters.

These statements are among the most optimistic about Trudeau since the crisis began in March.

The total number of people killed by the Coronavirus in Canada rose by just under 12 percent in one day, to 1,506, while the total number of infected people increased to 33,922 people, according to public health agency data, Sunday.

The total number of deaths as of Saturday was 1,346, and the total number of people infected with the virus was 32,412.

Trudeau said: "All of these measures we have taken are aimed at helping you do the things that will make us weather the crisis. It pays off .. We see numbers go in the right direction, and therefore we need to continue doing what we do".

At the same time, Trudeau stressed that "People need to know that it (the economy) will not suddenly open in any part of the country overnight and return to what it was. We will have to be very, very careful and very gradual".

And in the Middle East, it started Jordan Reducing the prohibition measures in the city, and allowing some commercial sectors to operate according to strict controls, while continuing to disrupt schools, universities, public institutions, and cafes.

This coincides with the isolation and closure of the coastal city of Aqaba on the Red Sea from the rest of the governorates of Jordan, and preventing exit or entry into it except with special permits, according to what our correspondent in Amman reported.

The people of Aqaba will be allowed to use their cars during the hours of lifting the curfew, from ten in the morning to six in the evening.

The Jordanian government confirmed that it will also work to isolate and close governorates in the south and prevent entry or exit from them, in preparation for easing the embargo procedures, and for a gradual return to life in them and the targeted governorates that have not recorded HIV infections.

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And in the state New York The US, the epicenter of the “Covid-19” epidemic in the United States, Governor Andrew Como announced on Sunday that the virus “started the stage of retreat.”

Como said during a press conference: “We have crossed the peak point, and all indications at this stage indicate that we are on a downward path for the corona virus curve in the state,” noting that “the continuation of the downward path depends on what we do.”

During the past 24 hours, the state recorded 507 new deaths from the virus and 1,384 new infections.

Despite the recorded decline, officials still warn that New York is “not prepared to ease the closure of schools, companies and communities.”

And in SpainAs the second most affected country to Corona after the United States, the lowest daily death toll was recorded in 4 weeks.

On Sunday, Spain recorded 410 deaths in Corona in the past 24 hours, compared to 565 deaths on Saturday. “It is the first time that we have registered fewer than 500 deaths since daily deaths began to rise,” said Fernando Simon, director of the Health Emergency Center.

This daily toll is the lowest since March 22, in the country most affected by the epidemic in the world after the United States.

“In terms of deaths, hospitalization and transfer to intensive care, the data continues to decline, which clearly confirms that the transmission of the disease has decreased significantly,” the official said, considering that this number “pays to hope”, according to Agence France-Presse.

Health authorities believe that Spain reached the height of the epidemic on April 2, when it counted 950 deaths in one day, but it is not yet ready to recommend lifting isolation measures, which are considered the most stringent in Europe.

Either in CanadaPrime Minister Justin Trudeau stressed that “the number of people who have been infected with the Corona virus in the country shows that things are going in the right direction,” according to Reuters.

These statements are among the most optimistic about Trudeau since the crisis began in March.

The total number of people killed by the Coronavirus in Canada rose by just under 12 percent in one day, to 1,506, while the total number of infected people increased to 33,922 people, according to public health agency data, Sunday.

The total number of deaths as of Saturday was 1,346, and the total number of people infected with the virus was 32,412.

“All of these measures we have taken are aimed at helping you do the things that will make us weather the crisis. And it is paying off … we see the numbers going in the right direction, and therefore we need to continue doing what we do,” Trudeau said.

At the same time, Trudeau stressed, “People need to know that it (the economy) will not suddenly open in any part of the country overnight and return to what it was. We will have to be very, very careful and gradual.”

And in the Middle East, it started Jordan Reducing the prohibition measures in the city, and allowing some commercial sectors to operate according to strict controls, while continuing to disrupt schools, universities, public institutions, and cafes.

This coincides with the isolation and closure of the coastal city of Aqaba on the Red Sea from the rest of the governorates of Jordan, and preventing exit or entry into it except with special permits, according to our correspondent in Amman.

The people of Aqaba will be allowed to use their cars during the hours of lifting the curfew, from ten in the morning to six in the evening.

The Jordanian government confirmed that it will also work to isolate and close governorates in the south and prevent entry or exit from them, in preparation for easing the embargo procedures, and for a gradual return to life in them and the targeted governorates that have not recorded HIV infections.







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