Burioni svergogna il governo: “Non contano nemmeno gli infetti”

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In questo preciso momento il conteggio dei casi di nuovo coronavirus nel sito dell'Istituto Superiore di Sanità è fermo…

Posted by Medical Facts di Roberto Burioni on Saturday, February 22, 2020

la denuncia arriva su Facebook dal virologo Roberto Burioni: “In questo preciso momento – fa sapere – il conteggio dei casi di nuovo coronavirus nel sito dell’Istituto Superiore di Sanità è fermo a quattro. Non si affronta così un’epidemia”.

“Sembra che il sito sia chiuso per il weekend, speriamo che i laboratori siano aperti. In ogni caso non è questo il modo di confrontarsi con un’emergenza. La paura si combatte con una informazione puntuale”. Proprio così visto e considerato che i numeri crescono di minuto in minuto e, in una democrazia come la nostra, l’informazione deve essere corretta.

Il conto lo teniamo noi:

Country,
Other

Total Cases
New
Cases
Total
Deaths
New
Deaths
Total
Recovered
Serious,
Critical
China 76,291 +827 2,345 +109 21,061 11,477
Diamond Princess 634 2 17 27
S. Korea 433 +224 2 18 9
Japan 126 +17 1 22 5
Singapore 89 +3 49 5
Hong Kong 70 +1 2 10 6
Italy 50 +29 2 +1 2 16
Thailand 35 20 2
USA 35 6
Iran 28 +10 5 +1
Taiwan 26 1 2 1
Malaysia 22 17
Australia 21 +2 11
Germany 16 14
Vietnam 16 15
France 12 1 7
U.A.E. 11 3 1
Macao 10 6
Canada 9 3
U.K. 9 8
Philippines 3 1 2
India 3 3
Russia 2 2
Spain 2 2
Belgium 1 1
Cambodia 1 1
Egypt 1 1
Finland 1 1
Israel 1
Lebanon 1
Nepal 1 1
Sri Lanka 1 1
Sweden 1
Highlighted in green
= all cases have recovered from the infection.

Highlighted in grey
= all cases have had an outcome (there are no active cases).

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Transmission Rate (Ro)
(estimated range)

Fatality Rate (CFR)
(WHO early estimate)
2% (?)
Incubation Period
(estimated)
2 – 14 days

COUNTRIES and TERRITORIES
(affected by COVID-19)
32

Latest Updates

February 22 (GMT):

ITALY OUTBREAK

  • With 50 total cases and 2 deaths, Italy now has the highest number of cases and deaths in Europe (more than tripling Germany in second place, with 16 cases).
  • Coronavirus cases have already more than doubled since yesterday.
  • There are now a total of:
    37 cases in Lombardy region (including 1 death, 1 critical, and at least 14 serious cases).
    10 in Veneto region (including 1 death and at least 1 critical case).
      3 in Rome (including 2 recoveries).
  • 20+ new cases today in Italy, including:
    – 2 doctors, husband and wife (a pediatrician), in Pieve Porto Morone (Pavia, Lombardy).
    – 5 new cases in Vò Euganeo (Padua, Veneto region).
    – 1 in Cremona (Lombardy region).
    – 1 in Sesto Cremonese (Lombardy region).
    – 2 in Dolo and Mira (Veneto region).
  • 1 new death in Italy, a 75-year-old woman who was hospitalized a few days ago for pneumonia in the Lodi area (Lombardy region).
  • Hundreds waiting for test results. 10 towns, 50,000 people, placed in precautionary voluntary quarantine. Schools (full list), workplaces, municipal and private offices, 3 train stations, coffee shops, and public places closed in the affected towns.
  • Emergency meetings being held today.
  • The 38-year-old man near Lodi is in critical condition (mechanically ventilated in intensive care, according to his parents) and at least 14 contacts are in serious condition, according to doctors, and include:
    – 5 health workers and doctors.
    – 3 patients at the Codogno hospital.
    – 3 elderly (in the 70s and 80s) clients of a bar run by the father of the man’s friend.
  • "People must be distantiated right now, because this is a virus that is transmitted very effectively at close range" said the director of the infectious diseases department of the Higher Institute of Health, Gianni Rezza.
  • 4 new cases in Japan.
  • 1 new death and 10 new cases in Iran. [Islamic Republic of Iran News Network (IRINN)]
  • 87 new cases in South Korea bringing the total to 433. Last few days progression of total cases in South Korea:
    • Feb. 22: 433 cases (current day, still in progress)
    • Feb. 21: 209 cases
    • Feb. 20: 111 cases
    • Feb. 19:  58 cases
    • Feb. 18:   31 cases

      [country-level pages with statistics and graphs coming soon]

  • 2 new cases in Australia (Victoria residents) from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, bringing the country’s total to 21 (of which 6 repatriated from the cruise ship in Japan)
  • 1 new case in Japan.
  • 142 new cases in South Korea, of which 92 linked to the Cheongdo Daenam Hospital, 38 to the Sincheon Daegu Church, and 12 unknown pending investigation.

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February 21:

  • 397 new cases and 109 new deaths occurred in China (of which 366 new cases and 106 new deaths in Hubei province) on February 21, as reported by the National Health Commission (NHC) of China, which has also reported revisions to Feb. 19 and Feb. 20 numbers, both national and for Hubei. We will adjust our statistics accordingly.
  • 1st death in Italy: a 77 year old man in Vò Euganeo (Padua). The man had been in the hospital for the past ten days due to other health problems. Schools and shops in the town to be closed in an attempt to prevent the virus from spreading, said Veneto governor Zaia.
  • 3 new cases in South Korea.
  • 1 new case in the United States in Sacramento County, California. The individual had returned from China on Feb. 2 and has so far shown no symptoms.
  • 12 new cases in Italy. New cases include:
    • 5 health workers and 3 patients in the Codogno Hospital.
    • the son of a bar owner who practiced sport with the man.
    • 3 clients of the bar.
    • a couple, aged 78 and 67 years old, in critical condition in the Veneto region (the man has later died).
  • 7 new cases in the United States from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, in addition to the 11 previously confirmed, for a total of 18 from the ship.
  • 2 new cases in the United Arab Emirates: contacts of a previous case.
  • 2 new cases in Australia: two Queenslanders women, aged 54 and 55, who had been evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship.
  • 1 new case in Singapore.
  • 1st case in Lebanon confirmed by the Minister of Health.
  • Hubei province in China has corrected its Feb. 20 previously reported numbers to include 220 additional new cases reported "on a hand-written card" by the prison department during the night. The total is being revised from 62,442 to 62,662 cases.
  • 3 new cases in Italy, contacts of the cases reported earlier today near Milan, in Lombardy region. "All citizens of Castiglione d’Adda, Codogno and Casalpusterlengo are invited, as a precaution, to stay home and avoid social contacts" a regional government official said in a note.
  • 12 new cases in Japan, of which 3 in Tokyo.
  • 1 new death in South Korea: a 54 year-old woman.
  • 1st case in Israel: a passenger of the Diamond Princess cruise ship who was found to have the virus only after returning to Israel.
  • 2 new deaths and 13 new cases in Iran: 7 in Qom, 4 in Tehran, and 2 in Rasht.
  • 2 new cases in Italy: the wife (eight-month pregnant) and friend of the previously confirmed case of a 38-year-old man near Milan, who is now in critical condition in intensive care. In early February, the man had dinner with a friend who had recently returned from China. He went to the emergency room on Feb.15 and again on Feb. 19. The friend is now undergoing tests. About 160 contacts of the man have been put under quarantine. Emergency procedures are being set in place in the firm where the man works.
  • 11 new cases in the United States are former passengers of the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan who were evacuated on Feb. 17. The CDC has verified the test results performed by the Nebraska Public Health lab.
  • 1 death in China, yesterday, of a 29-year-old doctor in Wuahn, Peng Yinhua, who worked in respiratory and critical care at the First People’s Hospital in Jiangxia district, Wuahn. He was hospitalized on Jan. 25 and his condition dramatically worsened by Jan. 30.
  • 48 new cases in South Korea, bringing the total to 204. "Currently, the COVID-19 situation at home is that the scope of mass outbreak via a single exposure is relatively big," KCDC Director Jung Eun-kyeong said in a statement.
  • 2 new cases in Taiwan: the 40-year-old daughter and the 20-year-old granddaughter of a previously confirmed case.
  • 3 new cases in Japan, including a woman in her 40s who had a low-grade fever on Feb. 16, a 38° fever on Feb. 17, and is now being treated at home.
  • 1 new case in Canada (British Columbia): a woman in her 30s recently returned from travel to Iran.
  • 45 new cases in South Korea.
  • 1 new case in the United States (Humboldt County, in Northern California). A close contact who has symptoms is being tested as well. They are both "doing well" and self-isolating at home.

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February 20:

  • 2 new cases in Australia, passengers of the Diamond Princess cruise ship.
  • 1 new case in Italy: a 38 year-ol

    I casi confermati sono al momento 17:

    Walter Ricciardi (OMS): “La situazione è brutta, si estenderà in altre regioni, serviva la quarantena ma il governo non ci ha ascoltati”

    “Avete sbagliato con vostre declamazioni tranquillizzanti, avete preso questa cosa alla carlona. La quarantena per coloro che arrivano dalla Cina è l’unico modo di bloccare l’arrivo del #CoronaVirus”

    Queste sono accuse gravissime. Hanno messo a rischio la salute pubblica. Dimissioni e a processo.

    Intanto, in Lombardia salgono a quindici i casi positivi al nuovo coronavirus. Per ora sono tutti circoscritti alla provincia di Lodi, e probabilmente sono tutti legati al 38enne che è ricoverato in condizioni serie. Manca ancora il “paziente zero”, che in un primo momento sembrava scontato che fosse il collega tornato dalla Cina con il quale il 38enne era stato a cena alla fine di gennaio. L’uomo è però risultato negativo ai test, ma potrebbe comunque essere un portatore sano asintomatico. In attesa che vengano ricostruiti i collegamenti del quindicesimo contagiato lombardo, il totale in Italia è salito a 20, ritoccando ulteriormente il primato di infetti in Europa (superata la Germania, che si è fermata a quota 16).

    Coronavirus, c’è il primo morto italiano a Padova: governo responsabile

    Secondo la mappa, messa a punto con i dati della Johns Hopkins University di Baltimora, che sta monitorando la diffusione del virus, l’Italia è il Paese europeo in cui sono state registrati più paziento affetti dal Covid-19:




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