The Coronavirus 2019 COVID-19 Disease Pandemic. Nearly One-Hundred and Seventeen (117) Million Infected Globally. At Least Twenty-Eight (28) Million Infections and 524,793+ Dead in the United States (U.S.). Updated For 03-07-2021 (A.D.).
Updated For The Date: 03-07-2021 (A.D.).
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AeroSpace Weekly (A.W.) started its rolling and fluid media coverage for the Covonavirus Disease Pandemic with its first report and post on March 12, 2020 (A.D.). Updates on the topic are provided when significant events and accumulation milestones both Credibly Justify and Warrant such Updates.
The Refactory Global Corona Virus 19 (COVID–19) Disease Pandemic of the Year 2020 has nearly Paralyzed the United States (U.S.) Economy to a Degree in the Realm of the Great Depression of 1929 through 1939. The Collatoral Damage includes nearly Paralyzing the Global Aerospace (i.e. [That Means] Aviation & Space, or “Flight Within or Beyond the Earth’s Atmosphere“) Commerical, Private, and Consumer Sector Markets.
I) PLEASE be Alert, Recognizing, Proactive, and Diligent for the United States (U.S.) Center for Disease Control and Prevention (C.D.C.) and World Health Organization (W.H.O.) COVID-19 Virus Disease Symptoms that may include:
“The following Symptoms may begin to appear two (2) to fourteen (14) days after exposure and associated infection. Alternatively, COVID–19 infected people may be symptom free and have no symptoms, or ASymptomatic.*
3) SHORTNESS OF BREATH (i.e. Difficulty Breathing)
*This is based on what has been seen previously as the incubation period of MERS–CoV viruses,” according to the C.D.C. (2020).
“The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, tiredness, and dry cough. Some patients may have aches and pains, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea. These symptoms are usually mild and begin gradually.
Some people become infected but don’t develop any symptoms and don’t feel unwell. Most people (about 80%) recover from the disease without needing special treatment.
Around One (1) out of every Six (6) people who gets COVID-19 becomes seriously ill and develops difficulty breathing.
Older people, and those with underlying medical problems like high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes, are more likely to develop serious illness. People with fever, cough and difficulty breathing should seek medical attention,” According to the W.H.O. (2020).
II) PLEASE Actively have Complete, Rigorous, Thorough, Excellent, and Entire Human Body Hygiene that is both Uncompromising and Unwaivering. Moreover, Excessive Cleaning of the Hands and Face would be a Good Thing.
III) Non-N95 Surgical Masks Should be utilized outside the home, while also Vigilantly Practicing Social Distancing.
IV) Obviously and Naturally Protect the Elderly and/or those that are Immunocompromised (i.e. Human Immunodeficient Virus (H.I.V.) Positive (+), Chemotherapy Patients, etc.), and/or those people with Significant Medical Diseases (i.e. Impaired Lung Functionality (i.e. Asthma, Pneumonia, etc.), Cancer, Heart-Disease, Anemic, etc.).
V) Get Competent, Effective, and Safe Medical Triaging, Help, and Treatments EARLY and RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!
PLEASE FOLLOW THE GENUINE & BONA FIDE TRUTHS, THE CREDIBLE DATA, AND THE FACTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Today, Wednesday July 8, 2020 at 12:34:03 PM Pacific Daylight Time (P.D.T.), the United States (U.S.) passed Its Latest Horrific and Grim Milestones with At Least 131,960+ Accumulated Confirmed, Certified, and Recorded Deaths Due to the Corona Virus COVID–19 Mediated Deaths. Moreover, there are now over Three (3) Million (i.e. [or That Means] 3,029,647) Accumulated Confirmed, Certified, and Recorded COVID–19 Infected Individuals (i.e. [That Means] People, Human Beings, Homo Sapiens, etc.) in the U.S.
For the Record, On Saturday April 4th 2020 (A.D.) (4-19-2020), Aerospace Weekly (A.W.) Reported 40,000 Confirmed, Certified, and Recorded deaths in the U.S. had Accumulated. Based on the Demonstrated Factual and Credible Data Publicly Published of Confirmed, Certified, and Recorded Deaths in the U.S. due to the COVID–19 disease virus, the U.S. is on a Tangential Vector Trajectory (For the Mathmatical, Economists, Statisticians, Probability, Physicists, Epidemiological, Bookies, Actuarialets, Insurance, Pundits, AND Of Course the Actuarial Bean–Counter Folks Out There) and Pace to have approximately Five (5) million (5,182,112) Confirmed COVID–19 infected people and 226,117 Deaths for the Year 2020 in the U.S. The U.S. continues to lead all countries Globally in COVID–19 deaths here on Planet Earth.
GLOBALLY (i.e. Here on Planet Earth), there have been approximately Twelve (12) Million Confirmed, Certified, and Recorded cases (i.e. 11,900,855) of COVID–19. Moreover, approximately Half a Million (i.e. 545,980) Confirmed, Certified, and Recorded Deaths Due and Caused by the COVID–19 virus in the Year 2020 (A.D.) to date, according to Johns Hopkins University & Medicine: Corona Virus Resource Center, which can be viewed and read by CLICKING RIGHT HERE.
PLEASE NOTE, The Incoming Data is Fluid, Dynamic, In-Real–Time, AND INCOMPLETE, Due Reportedly to a potential Lag and Lack of Internal U.S. Federal Government and U.S. Public Disclosure(s) (i.e. Elderly Nursing Homes and Elderly Long–Term Care Homes & Facilities).
Moreover, The Main Street & Stream News Media Outlets have reported Elderly Nursing Homes and Elderly Long–Term Care Homes & Facilities Deaths have been Grossly Under-Reported, If Not Deliberately Not Reported.
The Visualized, Mapped, and Quanitated Global Tracking of the Spread and Effects of COVID-19 virus as Critically Researched and Audited by the World Renown JOHN HOPKINS University & Medicine: Corona Virus Resource Center can be Viewed and Reviewed by clicking HERE. Additional information on Corona Viruses from the John Hopkins University & Medicine: Corona Virus Resource Center can be found by clicking HERE.
Center for Disease Control (C.D.C.). (2020). Symptoms. C.D.C. Accessed on March 12, 2020.
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World Health Organization (W.H.O.). (2020). Q&A On Coronaviruses (COVID-19). W.H.O. Accessed on March 12, 2020.
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