COVID-19 Report 01/06/20 | As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Priavo is producing weekly reports to keep our network informed.
Countries around the world are slowly relaxing their lockdowns, easing into a new normal that’s not quite what it was pre-pandemic Despite many countries still discouraging non-essential travel a lot of tourism reliant economies around the world are planning to open their doors to travellers as soon as June.
Our updates include key global developments, up-to-date COVID-19 statistics, and specifically, our focus this week has been Brazil, and how the country is coping as the number of coronavirus victims increases.
Worst affected countries
15:50 pm 1st June 2020 Source: Bing.com/COVID
Global News, Incidents and Events
- Over 4 in 10 people have lost jobs during COVID-19 pandemic in Detroit
- Racist notes found taped to homes of Asian Americans in Heron Bay, San Leandro, CA
- COVID-19 testing centres closed in Los Angeles due to ongoing protests
- Anti-lockdown protesters gather at the Texas State Capitol, Austin
- Merchants protest along Av. Tonaltecas, in Tonala, in the State of Jalisco
- Man who tested positive for COVID-19 escapes from the Dr Aurelio Valdivieso Hospital in Oaxaca
- 5 pharmacies closed in Tarapoto for selling expired medications
- Multiple medical staff resigned over mismanagement at a hospital in Cairo
- Police prevent demonstration march in Vicálvaro, Madrid
- Illegal mask factory raided in Nola, Naples
- Hundreds demonstrate in the 16th arrondissement, Paris
- Anti-lockdown protest held in Hyde Park, London
- Police break up neighbourhood party in Sandwell Road, Handsworth
- Reichsburger (Citizens of the Reich) group stages protest at the Berlin Victory Column
- Concern raised over military encampments along Cambodia/Vietnam border
The World Economy Begins the Road to Recovery
Countries around the world are slowly relaxing their lockdowns, easing into a new normal that’s not quite what it was pre-pandemic. Despite many countries still discouraging nonessential travel a lot of tourism-reliant economies around the world are planning to open their doors to travellers as soon as June.
15:50 pm 01st June 2020 Source: Bing.com/COVID
Government Advice and Restrictions
President Jair Bolsonaro continues to play down the outbreak and was seen maskless on horseback shaking hands with supporters at a rally in Brasilia.
The International Air Transport Association which publishes up to date restrictions on Air travel confirms that passengers are not allowed to enter Brazil.
– This does not apply to; nationals and residents of Brazil;
– immediate family member of a national of Brazil. A nonofficial translation in Portuguese is also required;
– passengers with an authorization issued by the Brazilian Government;
– passengers with a National Migration Registry.
Brazilian News, Incidents and Events
- The US sends Brazil 2 million doses of Hydroxychloroquine
- Brazil passes the half-million mark for COVID-19 cases
- Authorities dismantled an illegal hand gel factory in Afogados, in the State of Pernambuco
- Woman, positive for COVID-19, spits at 2 Civil Police officers at a police station in Paranoa
- Federal Police raid the Laranjeiras Palace in regard to irregularities with COVID-19
- Social workers protest in front of the SMADS building in Sao Paulo over the lack of PPE
- Field hospital installed at the customs in Santa Elena de Uairen, in the State of Bolivar
- Default on rental contracts in Sao Paulo went up approximately 50% between February and March
- Police launch an investigation into fraud regarding the Field Hospital in Brasilia
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COVID-19 Report | 01/06/20