Wednesday 13 May 2020

Switzerland coronavirus death toll is 1,870

Switzerland coronavirus death toll has reached 1,870. Total number of confirmed virus cases is 30,413.

Switzerland is relaxing its coronavirus lockdown. Bars, pubs and restaurants are allowed to be open as long as customers are seated. Groups of up to 4 people, or families, can now dine out together. Shops, markets, museums and libraries may also reopen. People are allowed to go out and socialize more freely.

Since May 11, the country’s 2nd wave of reopenings made it possible to go out to dinner, once again. Tables should be kept at least two metres apart or separated by a wall.

Classroom teaching is allowed again in primary and lower secondary schools.

The rate of COVID-19 infection in Switzerland has certainly been falling since March.

Switzerland also reopened more international border points.

Studies found that the virus initially entered Switzerland from a variety of different locations.

The following information is from the COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University:

Total Confirmed Global Cases: 4,330,982

Total Global Deaths: 295,671

Countries with most deaths from Coronavirus Covid-19:

83,715 USA
33,263 United Kingdom
31,106 Italy
27,077 France
26,920 Spain
12,703 Brazil
08,843 Belgium
07,859 Germany
06,783 Iran
05,581 Netherlands
05,410 Canada
04,637 China
03,952 Turkey
03,926 Mexico
03,460 Sweden

Countries with most confirmed cases of Coronavirus Covid-19:

1,388,002 USA
242,271 Russia
230,985 United Kingdom
228,030 Spain
222,104 Italy
181,518 Brazil
178,184 France
174,098 Germany
143,114 Turkey
112,725 Iran

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