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This is voa news, via remote. I'm JR.

With little sing of ______ disloosening its global grip, the new coronavirus death toll is approaching 61,000, with 1.1 million plus cases worldwide.

The United States ____ holds a cruel distinction with the highest number of Covid-19 infection in the world -290,000 and 7800 death. The state of New York has reported 130,000 new cases, up 10,000 in a single day. There are 50,000 patients in hospitals, 4100 in intense of care, and the state ____ said about 3500 death.

On a positive note, New York Andrew Cuomo says 2/3 of those just hospitalized for the virus in these days have been discharged. Cuomo also said it is getting a shipment of a thousand of critically needed ventilators from China -and an apparent donation. He called it a big deal and said it would make a significant difference in the battle against the coronavirus.

Earlier, the governor had singed a order allowing ____and enforcing the transfer of unused ventilators from New York hospitals and businesses for use where they are needed.


In a deeply suffered Europe, Italy and Spain combined have lost 26,000 lives among nearly a quarter of a million infections. The lastest daily death toll in Spain was some 800.

France, with 82,000 cases, have become the lastest to overtake China where the pandemic began. France has lost 6500 people to the virus so far.

The figures come from Johns Hopkins University as it follows the pandemic worldwide.

The latest to have been hit, the F islands, a remote British territory in the south Atlantic where Napoleon died in exile,one patient is said to be in stable condition. And F chief medical officer says she is working with the British military to trace the victims' contracts.

Medical workers across Europe find themselves struggling to save critically ill patients as the tried to cope with the surge of hospital admissions, dwindling supplies of medications, improvised personal protective equipment and a severe shortage of everything from ventilators to gloves and gowns.


The head of Italy's hospital doctor's union forced back tears as he told reporters in Roman today about the psychological trauma of the pandemic among his medical colleagues, noting reporters that two Italian nurses have committed to suicide.
   
At Egypt's main hospital in Cairo, 17 medics have tested positive for the coronavirus underlining the risks for those in the trenches of the battle against the disease.


Here in the United States, the Trump administration has issued new public health guidance. People are being told to use cloth face masks when out in public. The president Trump says he won't use one, suggesting that he just wouldn't look right. Mr.Trump emphasized that his advice issued by ___ ___ for disease control is voluntary.

The president has rejected the idea from the country's mostly ____ ____ infectious disease export, doctor A that issuing a nationwide of stay-at-home order. Mr. Trump said he trusted state governors to make those decisions. Many of them refuse to impose wholesale restrictions on people and businesses, other said it should limited orders which allow bars and restaurants to remain open and permit large church gathering despite the risks involved.

Doctor S, a highly trusted member of the White House coronavirus task force, insists the should be a national mandate to help stem the spread of Covid-19 in the states that so far largely untouched by the virus, but which cold be wide open territory for huge outbreaks.


The United States says its embassy in Moscow is trying to arrange charter flights to get American citizens home from Russia where the covid-19 case explode___? is approaching 5,000. A planed ___ flight from Moscow to New York on Friday was cancelled as the plane was under______ _____. Russia has banned all international flights, including those designed to bring ____ citizens back home.



With the soon growing numbers of covid-19 cases now at 38,000 and deaths at 3600, UK's been told by a science advisor it may be possible to ease the country's lockdown by the end of May. It was put in place in late March.Meanwhile, British prime minister BJ remains in coronavirus isolation.

Much of China came to a standstill today as flags flew at half-staff to mourn patients and medical staff lost in Covid-19 which was borne in the country's Hubei province. For three minutes there was a nationwide silence broken by air-raid sirens.

Though its figures have been widely questioned, China says it lost 3,000 people to the pandemic which began in the city of Wuhan. Officials there will lift a travel ban to residents next week.

In the country consumed by reports of the pandemic, president chose Friday night to ___ respectable general as his intelligence community. M, he was the one to said as a whistle blower complained about the president's Ukraine behavior to Congress.

More news at the voanews.com online. Via remote, I'm JR, voa news.
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With little sign is loosening its global grip, the new coronavirus death toll is approaching 61,000, with 1.1 million plus cases worldwide. The United States holds a cruel distinction with the highest number of Covid-19 infection in the world -290,000 and 7800 death. The state of New York has reported 113,000 new cases, up 10,000 in a single day. There are 15,000 patients in hospitals, 4100 in intensive care, and the state is said about 3500 death. On a positive note, New York Andrew Cuomo says 2/3 of those hospitalized for the virus in his state have been discharged. Cuomo also said he is getting a shipment of a thousand of critically needed ventilators from China - an apparent donation. He called it a big deal and said it would make a significant difference in the battle against the coronavirus. Earlier, the governor had singed a order allowing to force the transfer of unused ventilators from New York hospitals and businesses for use where they are needed.

In a deeply suffering Europe, Italy and Spain combined have lost 26,000 lives among nearly a quarter of a million infections. The lastest daily death toll in Spain was some 800. France, with 82,000 cases, have become the lastest to overtake China where the pandemic began. France has lost 6500 people to the virus so far. The figures come from Johns Hopkins University as it follows the pandemic worldwide.

The latest to be hit, the Falkland islands福克兰群岛, a remote British territory in the south Atlantic where Napoleon died in exile. One patient is said to be in stable condition. And Falkland chief medical officer says she is working with the British military to trace the victims' contacts.

Medical workers across Europe find themselves struggling to save critically-ill patients as they tried to cope with the surge of hospital admissions, dwindling supplies of medications, improvised personal protective equipment and a severe shortage of everything from ventilators to gloves and gowns.

The head of Italy's hospital doctors' union hold back tears as he told reporters in Roman today about the psychological trauma of the pandemic among his medical colleagues, noting reporters that two Italian nurses have committed to suicide.
   
At Egypt's main cancer hospital in Cairo, 17 medics have tested positive for the coronavirus, underlining the risks for those in the trenches of the battle against the disease.

Here in the United States, the Trump administration has issued new public health guidance. People are being told to use cloth face masks when out in public. The president Trump says he won't use one, suggesting that it just wouldn't look right. Mr.Trump emphasises that the advice issued by his own Center for Disease Control is voluntary.

The President has rejected the idea from the country's mostly highly acquainted infectious disease export, doctor Anthony Fauci, that he issue a nationwide stay-at-home order. Mr. Trump said he trusted state governors to make those decisions. Many of them refuse to impose wholesale restrictions on people and businesses, other said issued limited orders which allow bars and restaurants to remain open and permit large church gathering despite the risks involved.

Doctor Fauci, a highly trusted member of the White House coronavirus task force, insists there should be a national mandate to help stem the spread of Covid-19 in the states that so far largely untouched by the virus, but which could be wide open territory for huge outbreaks.

The United States says its embassy in Moscow is trying to arrange charter flights to get American citizens home from Russia where the covid-19 caseload is approaching 5,000. A planed Aeroflot 俄航 flight from Moscow to New York on Friday was cancelled as the plane was on the taxiway 飞机滑行道. Russia has banned all international flights, including those designed to bring its citizens back home.

With its own growing numbers of covid-19 cases now at 38,000 and deaths at 3600, UK's been told by a science advisor it may be possible to ease the country's lockdown by the end of May. It was put in place in late March. Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson remains in coronavirus isolation.

Much of China came to a standstill today as flags furled 折叠卷起 at half-staff to mourn patients and medical staff lost in Covid-19 which was borne in the country's Hubei province. For three minutes there was a nationwide silence broken by air-raid sirens. Though its figures have been widely questioned, China says it lost 3,000 people to the pandemic which began in the city Wuhan. Officials there will lift a travel ban to residents next week.

In the country consumed by reports of the pandemic, President Trump chose Friday night to fire the Inspector General of his intelligence community. Michael Atkinson, he was the one to said a whistle blower complained about the president's Ukraine behavior to Congress.
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