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Dr. Stuart Weiss: COVID-19 Update Thursday 11-Feb-2021

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By Dr. Stuart Weiss, Intelligent Crowd Solutions

Dr. Stuart Weiss, FACEP, FAAP, CBCP

February 11, 2021

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Coronavirus update for February 11, 2021

World Wide Updates

More than 20% of Covid-19 infections in France caused by UK variant, Health Minister says
Irish PM admits easing lockdown around Christmas was not a wise move
Serbia has one of Europe’s highest vaccination rates
FC Bayern Munich star Thomas Müller to miss FIFA Club World Cup Final after positive Covid-19 test
Austrian hotspot for South African variant deploys 1,200 troops to contain virus spread
Cuba says it has made 150,000 doses of a promising vaccine candidate
Cancelation of Germany’s carnival will result in $1.8 billion loss nationwide, economic institute says
WHO Africa encourages use of AstraZeneca vaccine despite variants
Europe remains “vulnerable” despite decline in Covid-19 cases, says WHO Europe chief
Chile has now administered more than 1 million vaccine doses, a week after its mass vaccination program started
Spread of UK variant could “impact epidemic curve” in Europe and lead to tighter restrictions, says WHO official
EU economy should return to pre-pandemic levels in 2022 — European Commission
AstraZeneca expects to increase vaccine capacity to more than 200 million doses per month by April
Iran reports more than 7,400 daily Covid-19 cases and 65 new deaths
German Chancellor Angela Merkel: Lockdown will last “not one day longer” than necessary
Stricter UK border restrictions will delay the country’s Covid-19 recovery, says CEO of UK’s largest airport
Mexico grants emergency use approval for 2 China-made Covid-19 vaccines
Peru is facing an oxygen shortage, with demand tripling due to new Covid variants
Germany reinstates border controls against COVID ‘mutation areas’
‘All hypotheses remain open’, says WHO after experts all but dismiss lab leak
Ireland to extend lockdown until April
Philippines to get 600,000 Sinovac jabs donated by China
Malaysia will vaccinate all foreigners in country
Tanzania experiencing surge in COVID-19 cases
Total Cases Worldwide: 108,218,470
Total Deaths Worldwide: 2,375,203
Total Recovered: 80,334,549

US Updates

Roughly 40% of USA’s virus deaths could have been prevented, study says
Majority of Americans could be vaccinated by the middle or end of summer, says Fauci
Los Angeles will temporarily close all vaccination sites because it has run out of vaccines
US pharmacy chain Rite Aid to begin Covid-19 vaccinations on Friday
Coronavirus deaths are more than three times higher in nursing homes with more Black residents, study finds
Biden’s plan to reopen schools faces hurdles
Ohio curfew lifted due to sustained decrease in Covid-19 hospitalizations
The safest way to celebrate Mardi Gras is virtually, CDC says
Anti-inflammatory drug, tocilizumab, shown to reduce risk of death for hospitalized Covid-19 patients
Wear at least one mask, but double masking helps get a tighter fit, says Fauci
Trump’s policies worsened decades of US health neglect, Lancet report says
US reports more than 93,000 new Covid-19 cases
California overtakes New York as US state with most Covid-19 deaths 
Gov. Cuomo to talk COVID relief and vaccinations with Biden at White House
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. banned from Instagram from anti-vax spiel
NHL player removed midgame after positive Covid test
Democrats say impeachment trial won’t impede Covid relief work
Total US cases: 27,974,909Total US deaths: 485,969Total Recovered: 17,887,273Total Tested in US: 324,710,596
Total cases in CA: 3,441,380Total deaths in CA: 45,676
Total cases in TX: 2,536,810Total deaths in TX: 40,391
Total cases in FL: 1,806,805Total deaths in FL: 28,384
Total cases in NY: 1,550,095Total deaths in NY: 45,587
Total cases in IL: 1,155,833Total deaths in IL: 21,985
Total Vaccines Administered in US: 46,390,270
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