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- Global cases: at least 334,981 according to the latest data from the World Health Organization
- Global death toll: at least 14,652, according to latest WHO data
All times below are Beijing time.
8:54 am: Washington State Governor Jay Inslee places order for whole house service
On Monday, Washington State issued an order to stay home Governor Jay Inslee immediately posted a series of tweets announcing immediate effect. The order states that Washingtonians must stay at home except for necessary activities, including grocery shopping, appointment of doctors and basic job duties. Insley said people can still go for a walk, bike or go to the garden, but they must always stay six feet away.
With the prevalence of COVID-19 in the United States, more and more states are asking residents to keep them at home during the coronavirus crisis. Hanna Miller, William Phil
8:28 am: California will need another 50,000 beds to deal with coronavirus
Governor of California Gavin Newsom says Will require an additional 50,000 beds Coping with a Coronavirus Outbreak.
Newsom said the state will expand the supply of required beds in various ways. The hospital system alone can add 30,000 beds through its value-added plans. The state has also acquired three hospitals that will provide 3,000 beds.
Newsom said that California will seek to obtain the remaining 17,000 beds through a variety of means, including the use of hotels, motels, exhibition centers, convention centers and other facilities. — Salvador Rodriguez
8:21 am: China reports 78 new cases and 7 additional deaths
China's National Health Council says 78 newly diagnosed cases, of which 74 were imported. Seven other people died, all of whom were first diagnosed with COVID-19 disease in Hubei Province. Wuhan has reported another case after China said in the past few days that there were no new cases in the area.
There are 81,171 confirmed cases in China, of which 73,159 have recovered and 3,277 have died. — Saheli Roy Choudhury
7:56 AM: U.S. Senate Coronavirus Stimulation Bill is expected to stop voting on Monday after it fails again
There will be no more Senate votes on Monday Two Senate aides have told CNBC that the country will adopt a massive stimulus package as Democrats and Republicans continue to negotiate terms.
The measure, which costs well over $ 1 trillion, was designed to limit the economic pain caused by the coronavirus outbreak, but failed to pass a key procedural vote in the Senate on Monday afternoon.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has warned that this agreement will not be passed unless the Republicans agree on key changes. He said that negotiations will continue even if the Senate conducts a procedural vote. — Lauren Hirsch, Jacob Pramuk
7:48 am: Standard & Poor's claims that global light vehicle sales will fall by nearly 15% by 2020
According to S & P Global Ratings, global light vehicle sales are expected to decline by nearly 15% in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and a sharp decline in global growth. As car demand has fallen, many automakers have announced suspension of production.
Sit & P Global Ratings credit analyst Vittoria Ferraris said in a statement: "In the latest scenario, global light vehicle sales may fall to less than 80 million units by 2020, compared to 9030 in 2019. 10,000 vehicles. "" We expect that this decline will be particularly severe in the second quarter of this year. Only after taking restrictive measures to effectively alleviate the spread of the crisis will it gradually recover. "— Saheli Roy Choudhury
7:34 am: Deaths in Italy exceed 6,000
The Italian Ministry of Health said that as of 6 pm. On March 23 local time, there were a total of 63,927 confirmed cases in the country. According to an earlier report by Reuters, the one-day increase in the number of newly infected people is the smallest increase in five days.
At least 7,432 people have recovered from respiratory disease COVID-19, and approximately 6,077 have died.
During a coronavirus emergency in Italy on March 14, 2020, a person wearing a gas mask walked near People's Square. The Italian government has adopted unprecedented national blockade measures to close all businesses except basic services such as pharmacies, grocery stores, hardware stores, tobacco stores and banks to fight the outbreak of the coronavirus.
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In an attempt to deal with the virus outbreak, the Italian government has actually shut down much of the country. Movement is restricted as people are only allowed to conduct basic business outdoors; restaurants, bars, cafes and other public places are closed.
Recently, all industrial production and almost all private and public offices have been ordered to close. Only what officials consider to be "essentials" will be developed. — Saheli Roy Choudhury
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7:18 PM: What people are buying when they pay attention to orders at home
Since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the United States, Consumption habits have changed.
In the United States, medical masks, hand sanitizers, gloves, and toilet paper have flown off shelves as more and more people seek to protect themselves and prepare for long periods of isolation at home. However, these are not the only products that consumers spend money in stores and online.
In addition to medical supplies [such as cold medicine, thermometers and tissue paper] and items used in food storage rooms [such as canned food and bottled water], people are beginning to spend money on entertainment. Board games, puzzle games and video games have become hot commodities. —Sarah Wheaton
7:04 PM: Updated map of US Coronavirus cases totaling 43,214
6:59 PM: Volunteers from tech companies like Amazon, Apple, and Google set up a corona virus tracking site in six days
The idea started when Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs product leader Prem Ramaswami and his wife started feeling unwell more than a week ago. When he tried to test the coronavirus, his doctor told him it was impossible. According to Ramaswami, he was refused to take the test because he did not keep in touch with anyone who tested positive.
Ramaswami, who worked on health projects at Google, wants to know How does he help others on the same boat. —Christina Farr
Read CNBC report from the United States overnight: US case breaks 43,000, Florida sets New York and New Jersey travel rules