A picture is worth a thousand words. Forever grateful to all our dedicated, glorious scientists, medical and military personnel. E.J.
Latest Update on the #CoronavirusCOVID19 epidemic:
From Sacramento, California:
Today, Governor @GavinNewsom met with military leaders to plan for the arrival of the USNS Mercy Hospital Ship ahead of its mission at the Port of Los Angeles. The ship will provide more than 1,000 hospital beds to help California fight #COVID19.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in California
COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a virus called coronavirus.
We’re all in this together. We are working rapidly to keep our state healthy.
Last updated March 25, 2020 at 8:11 PM
Stay home except for essential needs.
Everyone is required to stay home except to get food, care for a relative or friend, get necessary health care, or go to an essential job. If you go out, keep at least 6 feet of distance.
Stay home order Orden de quedarse en casa
As of 2pm March 24, 2020 there are 2,535 positive cases and 53 deaths in California. Approximately 66,800 tests had been conducted. This includes the latest numbers California has received from commercial and private labs. At least 18,276 results have been received and another 48,600 are pending. See the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) for the latest data.
March 25, 2020 at 4:43 PM
Governor Gavin Newsom Announces Major Financial Relief Packaage: 90-Day Mortgage Payment Relief During COVID-19 Crisis
Recordatorio: se ha declarado un estado de emergencia debido al #Coronavirus. Los Californianos están protegidos contra la manipulación ilegal de precios de vivienda, gasolina, comida y otros suministros básicos. oag.ca.gov/report
Older patients standed in hospitals as nursing homes turn them away over coronavirus
Coronavirus threatens to wipe out California’s $21-billion surplus. And it could get worse
Gov. Gavin Newsom deploys California National Guard to assist food banks during coronavirus outbreak.
From Paris, France:
03/30/20****RED ALERT: STAGE 3 in FRANCE. As of 8 PM (Paris time), France has recorded a total of 3,024 deaths (+418 = worst day in # of deaths to date) and 44,550 cases (+4316) of infected patients to date. 21,008 patients are hospitalized (+1,654) and 5,107 patients are in reanimation (+ 475). 7,924 recovered patients (+793) have left the hospital.
Italy: +812 deaths in the last 24 hours = over 11,500 deaths to date but the number of new recorded cases has never been lower.
03/28/20****RED ALERT: STAGE 3 in FRANCE. As of 8 PM (Paris time), France has recorded a total of 2,314 deaths and 37,575 cases of infected patients to date.
Italy: 10,023 deaths and over 92,000 cases of infected patients to date.
03/27/20****RED ALERT: STAGE 3 in FRANCE. As of 8 PM (Paris time), France has recorded 299 addtl. deaths making it a total of 1,995 deaths and 32, 964 cases of infected patients. 15,732 patients are hospitalized — 3,787 of whom are in reanimation (+412 patients in just one day) — including 42 patients under 30 years of age — to date. Mandatory home isolation for everyone has been extended to (at least) April 15, 2020.
Italy: Most dramatic increase in one day worldwide with an additional 969 deaths recorded since yesterday = 9,134 deaths to date.
03/26/20****RED ALERT: STAGE 3 in FRANCE. As of 8 PM (Paris time), France has recorded 365 addtl. deaths — including a 16-year old woman — making it a total of 1,696 deaths and 29,155 cases of infected patients to date. As of tonight, 3,375 patients are in reanimation. And 4, 948 French patients have recovered and were able to leave the hospital.
Italy: 8,165 deaths to date.
Spain: 4,089 deaths to date.
03/25/20****RED ALERT: STAGE 3 in FRANCE. As of 8 PM (Paris time), France has recorded 1,331 deaths and 25,233 cases of infected patients to date. Professor Jérôme Salomon, the French General Director for Health, reports tonight that 11.539 patients — including 2,827 patients in critical condition in reanimation (+311 patients more than yesterday) — have been recorded. To date, 3,900 French patients have recovered and were able to leave the hospital.
Italy: +683 deaths in the last 24 hours bringing the total to 7,503 deaths to date.
03/24/20****RED ALERT: STAGE 3 in FRANCE. As of 8 PM (Paris time), France has recorded 240 addtl. deaths today bringing the total to 1,100 deaths (all deaths officially recorded by French hospitals) and 22,300 cases of infected patients to date.
Italy: New increase today with 743 deaths bringing the total to 6,820 deaths and 69,176 cases of infected patients to date.
Spain: Now no. 3 in the # of deaths behind China and Italy, Spain has recorded 2,800 deaths and 40,000 cases of infected patients to date.
03/23/20****RED ALERT: STAGE 3 in FRANCE. As of 8 PM (Paris time), France has recorded 186 addtl. deaths today bringing the total to 860 deaths — including three medical doctors — and an additional 3,838 cases bringing the total to 19,856 cases of infected patients (with 8,675 patients hospitalized including 2,082 patients in reanimation) to date.
Italy: With 601 new deaths on Monday (less number of deaths than on Sunday), Italy counts 6,077 deaths to date.
03/22/20****RED ALERT: STAGE 3 in FRANCE. AS of 8 PM (Paris time), France has recorded 674 deaths and 14,571 cases of infected patients to date.
Italy: With 651 new deaths = 5,476 deaths to date.
03/21/20****RED ALERT: STAGE 3 in FRANCE. AS of 8 PM (Paris time), France has recorded 562 deaths and 14,459 cases of infected patients to date.
Italy: With 793 new deaths since yesterday, today again marks the largest single-day toll anywhere in the world since the coronavirus outbreak began = 4,825 deaths to date.
State Dept COVID-19 Advisory – Do Not Travel
STATE DEPARTMENT GLOBAL HEALTH ADVISORY
LEVEL 4: DO NOT TRAVEL
Dear DA France Member,
The following message is shared with you at the behest of the US Embassy in France. France-specific COVID-19 information is available here at the US Embassy in France website.
The Department of State advises U.S. citizens to avoid all international travel due to the global impact of COVID-19. In countries where commercial departure options remain available, U.S. citizens who live in the United States should arrange for immediate return to the United States, unless they are prepared to remain abroad for an indefinite period. U.S. citizens who live abroad should avoid all international travel. Many countries are experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks and implementing travel restrictions and mandatory quarantines, closing borders, and prohibiting non-citizens from entry with little advance notice. Airlines have cancelled many international flights and several cruise operators have suspended operations or cancelled trips. If you choose to travel internationally, your travel plans may be severely disrupted, and you may be forced to remain outside of the United States for an indefinite timeframe.
On March 14, the Department of State authorized the departure of U.S. personnel and family members from any diplomatic or consular post in the world who have determined they are at higher risk of a poor outcome if exposed to COVID-19 or who have requested departure based on a commensurate justification. These departures may limit the ability of U.S. Embassies and consulates to provide services to U.S. citizens.
For the latest information regarding COVID-19, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) website.
You are encouraged to visit travel.state.gov to view individual Travel Advisories for the most urgent threats to safety and security. Please also visit the website of the relevant U.S. embassy or consulate to see information on entry restrictions, foreign quarantine policies, and urgent health information provided by local governments.
Travelers are urged to enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency. The Department uses these Alerts to convey information about terrorist threats, security incidents, planned demonstrations, natural disasters, etc. In an emergency, please contact the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate or call the following numbers: 1(888) 407-4747 (toll-free in the United States and Canada) or 1 (202) 501-4444 from other countries or jurisdictions.
If you decide to travel abroad or are already outside the United States:
- Consider returning to your country of residence immediately using whatever commercial means are available.
- Have a travel plan that does not rely on the U.S. Government for assistance.
- Review and follow the CDC’s guidelines for the prevention of coronavirus.
- Check with your airline, cruise lines, or travel operators regarding any updated information about your travel plans and/or restrictions.
- Visit travel.state.gov to view individual Travel Advisories for the most urgent threats to safety and security.
- Visit our Embassy webpages on COVID-19 for information on conditions in each country or jurisdiction.
- Visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website on the latest travel restrictions to the United States
- Visit Keeping workplaces, homes, schools, or commercial establishments safe.
Democrats Abroad France
MDFDE/FRANCE-USA : ON EST SI BIEN CHEZ SOI : RESTEZ CHEZ VOUS ! #CoronavirusCOVID19
MDFDE/FRANCE-USA: THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME SO STAY HOME, EVERYONE! #CoronavirusCOVID19
MDFDE/France-USA: Here Is To You, Louis PASTEUR II! #CoronavirusCOVID19
MDFDE/France-USA: Here Is To You, Louis PASTEUR! #CoronavirusCOVID19
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