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Coronavirus New York update 17 04 2020



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WHO is working closely with global experts, governments and partners to rapidly expand scientific knowledge about this new virus, monitor the spread and virulence of the virus, and advise countries and individuals on measures to protect health and prevent the spread of this outbreak.

 

 

State, 16/04

New york
Fips 
36

Cases +8505‬

222284

Deaths +612
12192

 

 

Data Source : The New York Times is releasing a series of data files with cumulative counts of coronavirus cases in the United States

Date State Fips Cases deaths
2020-04-16 Alabama 01 4404 137
2020-04-16 Alaska 02 298 7
2020-04-16 American Samoa 60 0 0
2020-04-16 Arizona 04 4234 152
2020-04-16 Arkansas 05 1620 37
2020-04-16 California 06 28142 971
2020-04-16 Colorado 08 8675 355
2020-04-16 Connecticut 09 15884 971
2020-04-16 Delaware 10 2075 52
2020-04-16 District of Columbia 11 2350 81
2020-04-16 Florida 12 23332 667
2020-04-16 Georgia 13 15644 611
2020-04-16 Guam 66 790 6
2020-04-16 Hawaii 15 535 9
2020-04-16 Idaho 16 1528 41
2020-04-16 Illinois 17 25734 1081
2020-04-16 Indiana 18 9542 477
2020-04-16 Iowa 19 2141 60
2020-04-16 Kansas 20 1594 80
2020-04-16 Kentucky 21 2429 131
2020-04-16 Louisiana 22 22532 1156
2020-04-16 Maine 23 770 24
2020-04-16 Maryland 24 10784 349
2020-04-16 Massachusetts 25 32181 1245
2020-04-16 Michigan 26 29119 2091
2020-04-16 Minnesota 27 1912 94
2020-04-16 Mississippi 28 3624 129
2020-04-16 Missouri 29 5111 170
2020-04-16 Montana 30 415 7
2020-04-16 Nebraska 31 1094 24
2020-04-16 Nevada 32 3321 142
2020-04-16 New Hampshire 33 1211 34
2020-04-16 New Jersey 34 75317 3518
2020-04-16 New Mexico 35 1597 44
2020-04-16 New York 36 222284 12192
2020-04-16 North Carolina 37 5463 140
2020-04-16 North Dakota 38 393 9
2020-04-16 Northern Mariana Islands 69 13 2
2020-04-16 Ohio 39 8414 389
2020-04-16 Oklahoma 40 2357 131
2020-04-16 Oregon 41 1736 64
2020-04-16 Pennsylvania 42 28314 864
2020-04-16 Puerto Rico 72 1043 56
2020-04-16 Rhode Island 44 3251 105
2020-04-16 South Carolina 45 3931 109
2020-04-16 South Dakota 46 1311 7
2020-04-16 Tennessee 47 6090 144
2020-04-16 Texas 48 16927 431
2020-04-16 Utah 49 2683 21
2020-04-16 Vermont 50 768 35
2020-04-16 Virgin Islands 78 51 1
2020-04-16 Virginia 51 6889 208
2020-04-16 Washington 53 11152 588
2020-04-16 West Virginia 54 739 13
2020-04-16 Wisconsin 55 3875 197
2020-04-16 Wyoming 56 296 2

 

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What is a coronavirus?
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that can be pathogenic in humans and animals. Several coronaviruses are known to cause respiratory infections in humans, ranging from the common cold to more serious illnesses such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The latest coronavirus that has been discovered is responsible for Coronavirus 2019 disease (COVID-19).

What is COVID-19?
COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the last coronavirus that was discovered. This new virus and disease were unknown before the outbreak in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, fatigue and a dry cough. Some patients experience pain, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea. These symptoms are usually mild and appear progressively. Some people, although infected, have no symptoms and feel fine. Most people (about 80%) recover without needing any special treatment. About one in six people who get the disease have more severe symptoms, including shortness of breath. The elderly and those with other health problems (such as high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes) are more likely to have severe symptoms. Anyone who has a fever, cough or difficulty breathing should see a doctor.

How is IDVOC-19 spread?
VIDOC-19 is spread by people who carry the virus. The disease can be spread from person to person through respiratory droplets expelled through the nose or mouth when a person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can be found on objects or surfaces around the person. You can get VIDOC-19 if you touch these objects or surfaces and then touch your eyes, nose or mouth. VIDOC-19 can also be contracted by inhaling droplets from a sick person who has just coughed or sneezed. This is why it is important to stay more than one metre away from a sick person.

WHO is reviewing ongoing research on how COVID-19 spreads and will continue to provide updated results.

Is the virus responsible for VIDOC-19 transmissible by air?
Studies to date suggest that the virus responsible for VIDOC-19 is mainly transmissible through contact with respiratory droplets, rather than through the air. See the answer to the previous question, « How is COVID-19 spread? »

 

 

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