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Coronavirus Italy map time lapse (According to world health organization) - YouTube
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Published on Mar 13, 2020
This is a visualization of Coronavirus Italy map time lapse (According to world health organization). World health organization declared coronavirus as pandemic on March 11 as it spread to 118 countries globally and the confirmed cases of coronavirus rises to 124,518 with a death toll of 4607 (As of March 12 according to world health organization). The epicenter of outbreak china remains on top with 80955 confirmed cases followed by Italy with 12000+ confirmed cases while Iran and South Korea remain on 3rd and 4th spots with 9000+ and 7800+ confirmed cases. In this video we visualize the second most infected country in the world at the moment which is Italy.
The virus spreads between people in a way similar to influenza, via respiratory droplets from coughing. The time between exposure and symptom onset is typically five days, but may range from two to fourteen days. Symptoms are most often fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Complications may include pneumonia and acute respiratory distress syndrome. There is currently no vaccine or specific antiviral treatment, but research is ongoing. Efforts are aimed at managing symptoms and supportive therapy. Recommended preventive measures include handwashing, maintaining distance from other people (particularly those who are sick), and monitoring and self-isolation for fourteen days for people who suspect they are infected.
The first cases of the 2019–20 coronavirus in Italy were confirmed on 31 January 2020, when two Chinese tourists in Rome tested positive for coronavirus disease 2019, caused by SARS-CoV-2. A week later, an Italian man repatriated back to Italy from the city of Wuhan, China, was hospitalised and confirmed to be the third case of the 2019–20 coronavirus in Italy. A cluster of cases were later detected, starting with 16 confirmed cases in Lombardy on 21 February. An additional 60 cases occurred on 22 February, and Italy's first deaths were reported on the same day.
As of March 12th Italy has the world's highest per capita rate of positive Coronavirus cases in the world (3.6x times the rate of China) and is the country with the second-highest number of positive cases as well as of deaths in the world, after China. Eleven municipalities in northern Italy have been identified as the epicentres of the two main Italian clusters and placed under quarantine. The majority of positive cases in the other regions lead back to these two clusters. By 10 March, Italy had performed 60,761 tests for the virus. On 8 March 2020, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte extended the quarantine to all of Lombardy and 14 other northern provinces, and on the following day to all of Italy, putting more than 60 million people in quarantine. On 11 March 2020, Conte ordered stoppage of nearly all commercial activity except supermarkets and pharmacies. As of 11 March 2020, there have been 12,462 confirmed cases, 827 deaths, and 1,045 recoveries in Italy. A number of COVID-19 cases have emerged worldwide that appear to have been the result of infections associated with the Northern Italy clusters. As of 2 March 2020, 30 countries and territories have confirmed cases that appear to have originated from Italy.
Source: WHO, Wikipedia
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