Pandemia coronavirus 2019-2020

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Total di kasonan di COVID-19 konfirmá segun pais i teritorio riba dia 25 di mart 2020:

   10,000+ kaso konfirmá

   1,000–9,999 kaso konfirmá

   100–999 kaso konfirmá

   10–99 kaso konfirmá

   1–9 kaso konfirmá

E pandemia di coronavirus na 2019–2020 ta e surgimentu mundial di e malesa di coronavirus tipo COVID-19, kausá pa e sindroma respiratorio severo agudo coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). E vírus a worde raporta pa prome bes na Wuhan, provinsia Hubei, China, dia 17 di november 2019 [1] i desde 11 di mart 2020 Organisashon Mundial di Salú (WHO) a deklará e surgimentu un pandemia.[2] Brotenan mayor ta na China continental, Italia, Sur Korea i Iran.[3] Dia 13 di mart 2020 WHO ta anunsia ku Oropa a bira e episentro di e pandemia. Dia 13 di mart 2020 a keda konfirma un kaso di COVID-19 na Kòrsou i dos kaso na Aruba i riba 17 di mart 2020 Sint Maarten a konfirma su prome kaso.[4][5][6]

Riba 25 di maart 2020 mas ku 460,000 kaso di COVID-19 na mas ku 190 pais i teritorio a keda raportá. Mas ku 20,800 persona a fayese di e malesa i 113,000 a rekupera.[3]

Den forma similar na grip e vírus ta plama entre persona mediante gotanan respiratorio chiki prosedente di tosamentu.[7] Entre e momento di ta eksponí i inicio di sintoma tin tipikamente un lapso di sinku dia, pero ku por osila entre dos pa dieskuater dia.[8][9] Sintomanan mas komun ta keintura, tosamentu, rosea kortiko.[8] Komplikashonnan por inklui pulmonia i e sindroma respiratorio agudo. Aktualmente no ta existi bacuna o tratamento spesifiko antiviral, pero investigashon ta andando. Esfuerzonan ta worde dirigi riba maneho di e sintomanan i terapia di sosten. Ta rekomenda medida preventivo manera laba man, mantene distansia di otro hende (en espesial esun ku ta malu), monitoria i auto-isola pa dos siman personanan kual posibelmente ta infekta.[10][11]

Mortonan konfirmá a kausa di COVID-19 segun pais i teritorio riba dia 25 mart 2020):

   Paisnan ku kasonan konfirmá ku minimo 1 morto raportá

   Paisnan ku kasonan konfirmá, pero sin morto raportá

Reakshonnan pa outoridatnan di salubridat publiko ront mundu ta inklui restrikshon di biahe, karantena, toque de queda, kanselashon di eventonan i seramentu di scolnan. Nan ta inklui karantena na henter Italia i e provinsia di Hubei; diferente medida di toque de queda na China and Sur Korea;[12][13][14] metodonan di screening na aeropuerto i stashon di tren;[15] i konsehonan di biahe pa ku regionnan di transmishon komunitario.[16][17][18][19] Scolnan a sera nashonalmente na 22 pais o lokalmente na 17 pais, afektando mas ku 370 miyon studiante.[20]

Mundialmente e efektonan di e pandemia ta ensera instabilidat sosial i ekonomiko,[21][22] xenofobia i rasismo kontra hende di desendensia chines of asiàtiko oriental,[23][24][25][26] i plamamentu via internet di disinformashon i teorianan di konspirashon tokante e vírus.[27] [28][29]

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  1. Coronavirus: China's first confirmed Covid-19 case traced back to 17 November, South China Morning Post, 13 mart 2020
  2. WHO Director-General's opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID-19, World Health Organization, 11 mart 2020
  3. 3.0 3.1 Coronavirus Update (Live) - Worldometer, www.worldometers.info
  4. Mogelijk eerste corona patient op Curacao, Curacao.nu, 13 mart 2020
  5. Wever: Aruba tin dos caso confirma di coronavirus, Noticiacla, 13 mart 2020
  6. Jacobs confirms St.Maarten's first covid-19 case, The Daily Herald, 17 mart 2020
  7. Getting your workplace ready for COVID-19 World Health Organization, 27 febrüari 2020
  8. 8.0 8.1 Symptoms of Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 10 febrüari 2020
  9. The epidemiology and pathogenesis of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, Rothan HA, Byrareddy SN, Journal of Autoimmunity, febrüari 2020
  10. Q&A on coronaviruses World Health Organization, 11 febrüari 2020
  11. [https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/high-risk-complications.html Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 11 febrüari 2020
  12. Coronavirus: Shanghai neighbour Zhejiang imposes draconian quarantine, South China Morning Post, 6 febrüari 2020
  13. Four cruise ship passengers test positive in UK – as it happened, The Guardian, 23 febrüari 2020
  14. China's new pneumonia epidemic 'restricted movement' to 780 million people, CNN
  15. Coronavirus Update: Masks And Temperature Checks In Hong Kong, Nevada Public Radio, 26 yanüari 2020
  16. Coronavirus Disease 2019 Information for Travel, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 3 febrüari 2020
  17. Coronavirus: US says 'do not travel' to Wuhan, China, as airlines issue waivers, add safeguards, USA Today, 26 yanüari 2020
  18. Coronavirus Live Updates: Europe Prepares for Pandemic as Illness Spreads From Italy, The New York Times, 26 febrüari 2020
  19. Coronavirus (COVID-19): latest information and advice, Government of the United Kingdom, febrüari 2020
  20. Coronavirus impacts education, UNESCO, 4 mart 2020
  21. Here Comes the Coronavirus Pandemic – Now, after many fire drills, the world may be facing a real fire., The New York Times, 29 febrüari 2020
  22. When a Pandemic Meets a Personality Cult, Paul Krugman, The New York Times, 27 febrüari 2020 }}
  23. Coronavirus fears fuel racism and hostility, say British-Chinese, Nosheen Iqbal, The Observer. 1 febrüari 2020
  24. [https://globalnews.ca/news/6495961/coronavirus-anti-china-sentiment/ Coronavirus fears trigger anti-China sentiment across the globe], Global News, 3 febrüari 2020
  25. As the coronavirus spreads, fear is fueling racism and xenophobia Jessie Yeung, CNN, 4 febrüari 2020
  26. The new coronavirus and racist tropes, Amanda Darrach, Columbia Journalism Review, 25 februari 2020
  27. Fake Facts Are Flying About Coronavirus. Now There's A Plan To Debunk Them NPR, 23 febrüari 2020}}
  28. As the coronavirus spreads, one study predicts that even the best-case scenario is 15 million dead and a $2.4 trillion hit to global GDP, Rosie Perper, Business Insider, 5 mart 2020
  29. Coronavirus and the Black Death: spread of misinformation and xenophobia shows we haven't learned from our past, Rachel Clamp, The Conversation, 5 mart 2020