[Politics] Open question: Are there people who have recovered from the coronavirus?
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Since the case fatality rates in Sweden are higher than elsewhere in Scandinavia, I guess not.
This article does not include it, but others do.
To date, these are the figures for the Scandinavian countries:
Sweden (10.3 million inhabitants) – 4,435 confirmed cases, 180 deaths. 4.05% mortality rate. 1.75 deaths per 100,000 population.
Denmark (5.8 million inhabitants) – 2,815 cases, 90 deaths. 3.19% mortality. 1.55 deaths per 100,000.
Norway (5.3 million inhabitants) – 4,620 cases, 39 deaths. Mortality rate of 0.84%. 0.74 deaths per 100,000.
Finland (5.52 million inhabitants) – 1,384 cases, 17 deaths. 1.22% mortality. 0.3 deaths per 100,000.
Iceland (pop. 364,260) – 1,135 cases, 3 deaths. 0.26% mortality rate. 0.83 deaths per 100,000.
Italy (60.3 million inhabitants) – 12,428 deaths. 20.6 / 100,000
Spain (46.7 million inhabitants) – 8,464 deaths. 18.1 / 100,000
United States (328.2 million inhabitants) – 3,415 deaths. 1.04 deaths per 100,000.
America is the only handicapped country with an asset. It is now the epicenter despite the warning of several days.
This president did not create the virus. He ignored it, denied it, downplayed it, joked about it, militarized it, politicized it and exacerbated it. He is guilty of chaos, unnecessary illness and yes, even preventable deaths because of it – AND- his supporters are too. It is the human cost of the MAGA cult illusion and we are all paying for it now as well.
As we speak, the United States is still far too short of test kits. We need rubber gloves, masks, hand sanitizer, etc. outside of each store. All of these preventive measures should be free and provided by the federal government. But, what we do get is an extension of the hard-hearted, selfish, right-wing politics that fiercely oppose socialized health care.
No informed American would be surprised by the national gravity of the pandemic. 2 years ago Trump dismissed the pandemic response team. He thinks he knows more than the most qualified people in education and experience. As we speak, he continues to brag about the work he has done. He lives in an alternate reality and his superego narcissism has become disgusting.
If you are one of the millions of Australians working from home and using apps to maintain social life online in the coronavirus pandemic, it is more important than ever to look at what information and how much. Information you may unintentionally share with them.
What should I watch out for when downloading apps?
First of all, check the permissions requested by the app when you install or open it, depending on the platform you are using. Anything you don't think is relevant, don't allow it. If the app doesn't allow you to use it without accessing these features, ask yourself if it's worth it.
"Often the default settings for these types of services may not be set based on your privacy or security, so it's important to adjust your settings accordingly to ensure the security of your account," a said online safety commissioner Julie Inman-Grant.
"We also encourage users to read the terms and conditions of these services so that they understand what type of data is collected about them and how it is used, as well as the mechanism for reporting any abuse. This will help you limit the amount of personal information shared with the service or third parties. "
Do I have to worry about the data that apps collect at the time of the coronavirus?
Your attitude towards the data collected by these applications should not be different from when we are not in the middle of a pandemic. It is always good to be vigilant.
Is Houseparty safe?
Houseparty is a video conferencing application designed more for non-commercial purposes. The app has been around for about four years, but was picked up last year by Epic Games, the company behind the famous video game Fortnite. Its popularity has skyrocketed. It is estimated that it has been downloaded millions of times in the past few weeks, as more and more people are trapped at home and want to socialize.
Cybersecurity researchers have suggested that the application permissions he is looking for are consistent with those of a video conferencing application. It accesses your microphone and camera if you allow it, as well as Facebook contacts and friends if you provide it.
The other video conferencing platform that has grown in popularity in the coronavirus pandemic is Zoom. Similar to Houseparty, it's important to check permissions, but Zoom has had some privacy issues in the past.
Meetings are public without a password, so people can “zoom in” on them if meetings use the default settings. And last year, the company had a flaw that allowed hackers to hack into people's webcams via the app. This week, the company was also forced to fix its iOS app, which sends data to Facebook even if you don't connect via Facebook.
A number of built-in features may also be of concern, including one that shakes users who do not focus on the app for more than 30 seconds when a screen is shared.
Can I use the coronavirus app without being tracked?
This week, the federal government launched a new iOS and Android information app that basically mimics the information available on the Department of Health's website about the symptom checker, case counts, press releases and telephone numbers.
The main piece of personal information it collects is that if you voluntarily register to isolate yourself, it will ask for your location. Guardian Australia understands that information is only saved when their information is saved or changed (no continuous tracking) and is used by the government to determine where these self-insulators are located. for purposes of analysis, research and protection of public health.
On WhatsApp, the chat developed by the government with the help of Atlassian is an automated service that only provides information. It is not a method of sharing information with government, as the coronavirus application can. The only personal information the government collects is your phone number.
What about information that I provide to government by other means?
If you return to Australia in the coming weeks and beyond, the federal government has simply made it easy for a wide range of federal and state agencies to access your movements.
Thanks to new migration regulations, internal affairs have expanded the uses that can be made of information on passenger movement records. These documents include citizenship, visa class, passport number, departure date, flight number, planned place of disembarkation and final destination.
Under the rules, state police can access information for law enforcement and crime prevention, as well as for investigations of missing persons.
The Office of National Intelligence will have access to the information for its own purposes and to assist other agencies that carry out security checks.
The Australian Election Commission will have access to it for the purpose of "examining and treating voters who appear not to have voted in an election".
The 2020 instrument also clarified that fair labor ombudsman inspectors – who verify compliance with workplace laws – will have access to it.
State and federal privacy commissioners released a statement this week saying that privacy laws allow different jurisdictions to share personal information at a time like this, but urged governments to carry out privacy impact assessments to ensure that the processing of personal information is reasonable, necessary and proportionate.
As well as each of his supporters who thinks the truth is too scary and who “scares” them, then they prefer to lie about it.
I agree that you were born as an idiot, and you grew up to be a bigger idiot. I don't care about Trump.
TRUMP A —> NOT <— EXCELLENT LEADERSHIP SHOWN !!!!!!!!!!!
Please explain why the US leaders allowed this to happen ???
In the video, it is said that the man did not visit the food market, so he must have approached someone who was already infected, or someone has approached him who was infected, or maybe he ate something he was not supposed to eat, or maybe he touched something he ; it was not supposed to touch. I think there are different possibilities as to how the man got infected.
In the video, it is said that he returned from China where he came from, so it does not look good at all for American leaders such as Trump.
1 An infected person can infect other people. Trump did not say, so that he does not return to the United States, or any other American leader, so that the man does not return.
See the video.
Given the current situation of covid-19 where the country of origin (India) has interrupted all international flights, how can one (65 years and over) extend their B2 visa or stay after? # 39; extension of I-94? Any help is appreciated.
I called USCIS about this and they told me that it usually takes about 6 months to process these requests. My main concern is that if the application is rejected and the applicant has already passed the expiration date of his original VISA, will it be considered illegal? What happens if it is considered illegal?
I look at the websites of local and state health departments … but even these should be screened with a critical eye …
Notice, for example, how many have "infection and death" counters that update daily related to coronavirus … Also note how difficult it is to get the same seasonal flu data … even if we are in "season" …
It's almost if the need for data by which we can make informed decisions is deliberately suppressed … or as everyone involved feels the need to "sell" to a story instead of "providing" to the public. ..
The person responsible for the spread of the coronavirus is the Chinese leader. The other heads of government who have infected citizens in their country are only partially responsible for the spread of the coronavirus.
By allowing an infected person to go home, or by being allowed to visit another country, this is what made the pandemic worse. There may have been more than one infected person who had visited other countries well, which also made the situation worse.