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Coronavirus: Peak US death rate likely to hit in two weeks says Trump | AFP 1

Coronavirus: Peak US death rate likely to hit in two weeks says Trump | AFP

“Easter should be the peak number”, Donald Trump says, referring to the peak death rate in the United States from the coronavirus pandemic. The US president also extends “social distancing” guidelines until April 30, as he spoke at a televised briefing in the Rose Garden of the White House. Trump also addresses statements by top medical advisor, Anthony Fauci, who estimates that the virus could possibly result in 100,000 to 200,000 deaths in the country.

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Covid-19: UK death toll jumps by more than 100 to 578 in biggest daily rise | ITV News 2

Covid-19: UK death toll jumps by more than 100 to 578 in biggest daily rise | ITV News

The number of people to have died from coronavirus in the UK has jumped by more than 100 to 578 in the biggest daily increase to date.

A total of 578 who tested positive for coronavirus in the UK have died as of 5pm on Wednesday – an increase of 113 in 24 hours.

While in Ireland the coronavirus death toll more than doubled to 19 on Thursday, after ten more deaths were reported by the National Public Health Emergency Team.

The biggest daily increase in Covid-19 deaths came on the same day Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced self-employed people will have 80% of their average earnings paid for by the government.

The chancellor says 95% of all self-employed workers will be covered by the scheme, which is expected to be “up and running” by the beginning of June.

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COVID-19 Update 5: Estimating case fatality rates for COVID-19 3

COVID-19 Update 5: Estimating case fatality rates for COVID-19

In this video, you will learn about COVID-19 case fatality rates and how to estimate and calculate them.

We review and utilize the data from the Johns Hopkins coronavirus map, as of March 3rd, 2020. There we have the total number of confirmed cases, total deaths and total cases recovered.

So what’s that time delay in COVID-19? Many want to know what’s the delay between when a patient is reported as a case until eventual death? We look at the natural progression of the disease – the time of infection, the time of symptom onset, the time when that case is reported, and the time of death.
The incubation period of COVID-19 has been estimated to be around 5.2 days on average.This study found a mean duration of 7.1 days for symptom onset to reporting.The time from disease onset to eventual death is 22.3 days.

We have constructed a fictitious epidemic to further demonstrate the needed data and calculations.

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Trump: Coronavirus ‘Peak Death Rate’ To Hit In Two Weeks | NBC News 5

Trump: Coronavirus ‘Peak Death Rate’ To Hit In Two Weeks | NBC News

President Trump gave updates on the White House coronavirus response reassuring the public that America has some of the “best medical minds tackling” the virus. Trump said the peak of death rates will likely be in two weeks, and social distancing guidelines will be extended to April 30.» Subscribe to NBC News:
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Discussing death during Coronavirus Pandemic // UK DOCTOR // Covid-19 Vlog #8 6

Discussing death during Coronavirus Pandemic // UK DOCTOR // Covid-19 Vlog #8

A difficult subject this one. I had the pleasure of a fireside chat with Dr Steve Jenkins on the subject of death during the Coronavirus pandemic. We discuss death rates and their limitations, risks to different ages, how we discuss the subject of death in hospital.

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'Coronavirus death rate is roughly inline with the flu': Medical professor 7

'Coronavirus death rate is roughly inline with the flu': Medical professor

Stanford University Medical Professor Jayanta Bhattacharya has spoken with Sky News about the varying figures which have emerged regarding COVID-19’s death rate across the world saying it may be comparable to that of the flu.

“The big problem is we don’t actually know how many people have the virus, or have had the virus (and) been cured,” Professor Bhattacharya told Sky News host Andrew Bolt.

“The guess I’m going to give you … I think is on the order of .05 per cent to 1.1 per cent,” he said.

“Which is roughly inline with the flu”.

Sky News host Andrew Bolt said those figures are “extraordinary” as reports around the world have placed the rate higher.

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