Saudi Arabia declares ceasefire in Yemen over coronavirus
The Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen has declared a two-week ceasefire in a bid to stem the spread of the coronavirus in the war-torn country, according to the state-run Saudi Press Agency (SPA).
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WHO outbreak statistics

🔴Latest statistics, patients with coro🔴Latest statistics, patients with corona virus in a new worldna virus in a new world

🔹 The number of people approved disease: 1602216 people
🔹The number of people killed : 95735 people
🔹The number of people improved: 355079 people
🔸Rank first to fifth, catching in the world, respectively, related to USA, Spain, Italy, France and Germany.
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JU’s Biomedical Healthcare Innovation Center Develops a local UVC Apparatus to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic

👆👆👆JU’s Biomedical Healthcare Innovation Center Develops a local UVC Apparatus to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic
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The JU-Simbona Design Lab at the JMC Center for Biomedical Engineering is contributing its share towards the prevention and containing of the global pandemic COVID-19.

The center has developed a local UV room sterilizer used for hospital rooms, wards and medical equipment. The apparatus has 8 watts UVC lamps that emit high intensity ultraviolet light that hits surface in the room and kills any microorganism or pathogens including viruses. The UVC technology locally developed is used for disinfection and sterilization, and is said to disinfect up to 40 square meters room area. The leader of project designed by Team Simbona, Habtamu Abafoge has indicated that the apparatuses are ready for use, and that the team has developed a complete document describing how the apparatus works, its effectiveness, safety references and precautions, technical specification, general operations and laboratory test results.

The JU-Simbona Innovative Team is known for its innovative initiatives.

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Britain must not ease coronavirus restrictions soon

Britain must not ease coronavirus restrictions too soon: Deputy CMO

Britain should not start to lift restrictions on social contact until it is clear that coronavirus transmission is in retreat, otherwise a second wave could occur, England’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jenny Harries said on Sunday.

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Ethiopia records first death of Coronavirus – Ministry of Health

Update April 5th: Covid-19 in Ethiopia

43 Confirmed cases
38 Active cases
1 Death case
4 Recovered case
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Today #Ethiopia registered it’s first death from the #covid19 outbreak and also an additional five positive cases were added to the tally.
Let the family and friends of the deceased grieve in peace.

According the report released by The Ministry Health of Ethiopia today 5th of April 2020, one of the 5 new confirmed #COVID-19 cases is Eritrean.

The Embassy of the State of Eritrea in Addis Ababa wishes them all quick recovery.

http://hahudaily.com/2020/04/05/ethiopia-records-first-death-of-coronavirus-ministry-of-health/