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Acceleration in COVID 19 Spreading

Shimon Shatzmiller*

Department of Biological Chemistry, Ariel University, Ariel 40700, Israel

*Corresponding author: Shimon Shatzmiller, Department of Biological Chemistry, Ariel University, Ariel 40700, Israel

Received Date: 10 Mar, 2020 ; Accepted Date: 16 Mar, 2020 ; Published Date: 25 Mar, 2020

Timeline Covid 19

The published data from China indicates that this is in most cases a minor illness [1]. Up to 20% of diagnosed patients develop complications and the mortality rate is about 2% of patients [2]. According to information now, the disease appears to be more severe in adults and people suffering from immune system damage and chronic diseases such as diabetes or heart disease (Figure 1).

Encouraging Data: China and South Korea Manage to Eradicate the Corona

As each day more and more people hear about the Corona virus around the world, it is precisely at the outbreak of the virus, China, and nearby South Korea, that they are able to stop its spread - thanks to a series of significant steps that have led to a reduction in the number of patients. That’s how they do it 10 March 2020.

A Global Report Warns: The Epidemic Could Kill 80 Million People in 36 Hours

The 2019 outbreak of the corona virus (COVID-19), formerly called the coronavirus virus (2019-nCoV), represents a new type of corona virus. It causes respiratory illness and was first diagnosed in Wuhan, China. The COVID-19 can spread from person to person, usually passing through respiratory droplets caused by coughing or sneezing. There are several different types of coronaviruses that can infect humans, including COVID-19, Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). As of March 4 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported at least 80 approved COVID-19 cases in the United States, along with nine deaths in Washington state. Moreover, among the 13 states where the virus is, California is now the center of attention (Figures 2 and 3).


On December 31, 2019, a cluster of unknown etiology pneumonia cases reported in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. On January 9, 2020, China CDC reported an innovative coronavirus as the cause of this outbreak, which is phylogenetic in the SARS-CoV dressing. The disease created with it is considered as the 2019 Coronavirus Virus (COVID-19). As of March 2, 2020, at 8:00 am, more than 89,068 COVID-19 cases have been reported worldwide, mainly in China and all Chinese provinces; Of these cases, about 9,000 cases reported from other countries. As of March 2, 66 states have reported cases. The risk associated with COVID-19 infection in people in the EU / EEA and the UK is now looked at to be moderate to high, based on the probability of transmitting the disease.

Current Situation

Approximately 1,000 people were taken into quarantine at a house in West Einberg, Germany, when the virus started spreading throughout Germany [3].

German media reported 14 new cases of infection in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany’s most populous state, four in southern Baden-Wurttemberg and one in Rhineland-Palatinate and Bavaria, bringing the total number of cases in Germany to 30. These are in addition to the 16 people who were confirmed to be infected two weeks ago and are now free of the virus. Among the recent cases in Baden-Wurttemberg are two women and a man who attended a business meeting in Munich. They are among the 13 people who have come in contact with an Italian man who has been tested positive for the Cornea virus in Italy.

The confirmed case in Rhineland-Palatinate was recently in Iran and has been in contact with someone who appears to be showing symptoms of the disease. The case in Bavaria was a person who had contact with an Italian who was infected with the virus. NRW currently has a total of 20 infections in the Corona virus, and Baden-Wurttemberg 8. The 14 new NRW cases are being quarantined at home.

Taiwan confirmed on Friday that two more people were infected with the Coronavirus, raising its count to 34, Katherine Hill reports.

One is a man in his 30s who started showing symptoms on February 25, three days after returning from a group tour of Japan. This is Taiwan’s first case of Covid-19 infection that was indeed imported from a country other than China.

The second is a diabetic woman in her 50s who suffers from heart disease, spends most of her time at home and began showing symptoms a week after hospitalization due to various complaints.

The Taiwan Epidemic Management Center said that since none of its household members presented any symptoms, it will investigate their contact history to determine the source of the infection.

Coronavirus Spreading in The USA for Weeks

Researchers who have examined the genome of two Corona virus infections in Washington state say the similarity of cases suggests that the virus may have spread in the state for weeks.

Washington was the first approved case of the United States for the Coronavirus, announced by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention on January 20. Based on the genetic sequencing of the virus, another case that sprang up in the country and was announced Friday would probably have dropped from that first case [4].

Both men live in the same district, but it is not known that they had any contact with each other, and the second case occurred long after the former was no longer likely to be contagious. So the genetic findings show that the virus has spread through other people in the community for nearly six weeks, according to one of the scientists who compared the sequences, Trevor Bedford, associate professor at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the University of Washington.

Dr. Bedford said the two cases may not be related, and they were brought separately to the United States. However, he said it was unlikely, because in both cases the virus contained a rare genetic variation - it was found in only two of the 59 samples whose sequences were distributed from China, where the virus originated.

The State of Israel has recently joined more than 80 countries around the world that are dealing with the COVID-19 virus - the recent-corona virus. More than 3 months have passed since the virus first broke out in eastern China and since then, more than 97,000 people have been infected and more than 3,300 have already died.

Many politicians have referred to the dangerous eruption, including Benjamin Netanyahu, who called it “the most dangerous in the last 100 years.” It is no secret that the people of the globe are facing a very difficult period, but it is important to emphasize - this will not be the first time.

They claim that if the influence of the Spanish influenza, a century ago took the lives of fifty million people around the world - in a hypothetical case similar plague will occur today.

Why Are We Trying to Delay the Corona Instead of Letting It “Hit” Us and Pass Quickly?

The number of corona patients in Israel is rising, but government steps are in the meantime preventing uncontrolled expansion. If we manage to moderate the rate of infection, we may find that the health system can cope with its climax (Figure 4).

And What Will Happen After the Isolation Is Exhausted and Infectious Cases Begin to Emerge That Are Unclear as to Their Origin?

Then the next phase of “social remoteness” will take effect. Blitzer explains: “The first stage in social distancing is the prevention of mass gathering, such as games and music performances, because one such event can dramatically change the situation. They have already begun to do so (ban on gathering of more than 5,000 people; RL) and I estimate That the numbers will decrease.

“The next step will include a recommendation to close smaller gatherings, to theaters and small events. More advanced stages of social remoteness are more profoundly violating daily life - changes in school, workplace and public transport - and these will come.

Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Health Estimates: “We Will Reach Tens of Thousands of Corona Patients in Israel”

Prof. Itamar Grotto made a gloomy outlook on the number of patients infected with the virus and strongly criticized the establishment of the isolation unit for Corona patients in Tel Hashomer: “This is an unnecessary presentation, has done more harm than good”.

This morning’s news.

The number of corona patients in Israel has risen to 25 this weekend, and this morning (Sunday), Professor Itamar Grotto, Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Health, estimates that the number is expected to reach as many as thousands, if not tens of thousands of other patients in the country.

“We estimate that we will reach thousands and even tens of thousands of patients, this cannot be prevented,” Prof. Grotto revealed in “The Morning News,” “Not all tens of thousands of patients will go to hospitals, the majority will be treated in the community. 80 to 90 percent of patients will be ill patients “Nothing’s going to happen to them, they just have to stay in solitary confinement until they get sick. They don’t need special medical care.”

“There will be no shortage of food, Israel has proven it can get out of crises”.

Dozens of Israelis have already been infected with the virus, tens of thousands have been isolated, and the Israeli economy, like the whole world, fears a severe economic crisis and recession. How will this affect our pocket and whether Israel is preparing as required? The chief economist at the Ministry of Finance arrived at the N12 studio and answered the users’ questions.

A Global Report Warns: The Epidemic Could Kill 80 Million People in 36 Hours

Experts [5] warn of a global epidemic like that could kill 80 million people in just 36 hours. According to these experts, the ease with which people fly around the world can contribute to faster spread of fatal infections.

The paper was published GPMB (by the World Alert Supervisory Council), consisting of former World Health Organization expert teams, to lead leaders from around the world to action. In a hypothetical case similar to today’s epidemic, the consequences could be even more devastating, mainly because people traveling the world frequently and the potential for expansion may be significantly higher.

People should prepare themselves for the possibility of a COVID-19 outbreak in their community. The community can take measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 [6].

Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities There Is Currently No Vaccine or Drug Available for COVID-19

Community-based interventions such as school layoffs, event cancellations, social distancing, and creating employee work programs remotely can help slow COVID-19 spread. People can practice daily contraception such as frequent hand washing, staying home when sick, and coughing and sneezing.

Decisions about implementing community measures will be made by local and state agencies, in consultation with federal agencies as needed, and based on the extent of the outbreak and the severity of the disease. Implementation will require widespread community involvement, with ongoing communication and public health transparency.

Experts are probing whether the coronavirus can be spread through communal sewage systems after a Hong Kong high rise found 2cases10 floors apart. SARS also spread via fecal matter during its 2003 outbreak in Hong Kong.

Hundreds of people in the city died in that outbreak. Authorities have since evacuated residents from the Hong Kong building. There have been 50 recorded cases of the coronavirus in Hong Kong, according to the...

South China Morning Post

Hong Kong Housing Minister Frank Chan said Tuesday that the city’s public sewage system is safe, but pointed to an alteration that had been made to one of the toilets, CNN reported. Tenants of public housing were only allowed to make adjustments to their sewage pipes in 2016, SCMP reported. m an initial inspection into the estate’s sewage system found that a pipe in the woman’s apartment unit had been disconnected from the bathroom’s main waste pipe, CNN reported. Generally speaking, improperly-sealed pipes could result in virus transmission by carrying infected feces into the building’s ventilation system, and blowing it into people’s bathrooms, CNN cited microbiologist Yuen Kwok-yung as saying Tuesday [7].

Four More Israelis Test Positive for COVID-19; Israel Orders Closure of Bethlehem

As the novel coronavirus continues to rattle the world, Israel and the Palestinian Authority are grappling with containing the outbreak.

• Palestinian Authority reports first suspected cases of the virus.

• PA bars all foreign tourists for two weeks, closes Bethlehem churches and mosques.

• All travelers returning to Israel from Germany, Spain, France, Switzerland and Austria are ordered to go into a 14-day quarantine, effective immediately.

• 21 Israelis have so far tested positive for coronavirus, known as COVID-19; thousands have been placed in isolation (Figure 5).

Out of the 21 cases of sick Israelis, nine seem to have contracted the illness in Italy, and four in Israel from people who tested positive to COVID-19. Three more were guests on the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which was anchored in a Japanese port. Two others visited Spain and one each visited Switzerland and Austria.

More than 20 Corona patients in Israel: 4 more Israelis were diagnosed today The last four contractors returned to Israel on commercial flights in recent weeks. Tourists from Italy and France also turned out to be blue after visiting Israel and wandering around Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. The number of infected persons in the world has passed the 100,000, and the number of dead is about 3,400 [8].

The Israelies Must Save the Economy and Cure the Ill

Whether they win or lose, politicians must reach out to markets and put aside narrow considerations, sectoral requirements and deficit reduction programs. Two big dramas have come our way this week: The Knesset elections, which this time have also not been decided unequivocally and may extend the shuffle; And the Corona crisis, which for the most part has “made a rise” without waiting for the voter to speak. The medical side of the crisis is also being addressed during a transitional government. The thing is that from an economic point of view, as is happening all over the world, there are steps that are critical and urgent. And here, the political paralysis may have a heavy price. First, what is happening in China. After weeks of paralysis, the Chinese economy appears to be gradually returning to action. About 80% of the enterprises are slowly returning to work, although at a lower output 25% of the average. On the other hand, vibrant trading cities in Europe still look like ghost towns, and the global aviation industry has trouble spreading wings [9].

State in Isolation: Airlines Continue to Cancel Lines to Israel

With the refinement of the Ministry of Health’s guidelines and the inclusion of new countries in the list requiring insulation to return, more and more foreign airlines are temporarily canceling the routes to Tel Aviv and Ramon Airport. In the aviation industry (Figure 6) [10].

The global corona crisis. Meanwhile on “small fire” but there are already signs of mutations in the virus. And it is known for the science of these mutations cannot disappear. Here are some of the ones that have “recuperated”. Japan, China, and this is the main concern today in all of Europe.

For Israel it is a particularly difficult situation. 60 thousand are currently quarantined. Although doctors are confidently treating their corona patient, they do not know much about the virus and give regular treatment to the patient’s situation, especially in children’s care, but the facts show that the situation worsens. Israel will be cut off from the world. Its citizens must exercise the utmost care regarding these patients. And the most important thing: do not downplay this patient. Virus will disappear from the world. But one must prepare for the worst and I wish and will not materialize ....

Concluding Remarks

Doctors and health care providers do what they can to treat patients.

The scientific world has been in Corona for 6 decades and knows this virus family in depth. Many of these viruses, scientific articles and books [11-13] have been published on these viruses, but there is no cure for the diseases it causes. Many are recovering but many are also now dead, accounting for about 3-4 percent of the virus. Especially elderly people in the 70s and 80s. This is a death that has no cure and no vaccine. Biotechnology is lagging behind in this case. Humanity has invested in computers but neglected to treat this virus and is now called to pay the price in Calcutta and in the lives of its elderly.

And as Jacob said in his blessing: “For your salvation I call upon the name of God.”

Coronaviruses are pathogens that have a severe impact on human and animal health. They most often cause enteric or respiratory disease, which can be difficult and life-threatening, for example in the case of zoonotic coronaviruses that cause severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle Eastern respiratory syndrome (MERS) in humans. Despite the economic and social impact of these types of virus infections and the likelihood of future outbreaks of additional pathogenic coronaviruses, our options for preventing or treating infections in the coronavirus virus remain very limited. This highlights the importance of advancing our knowledge on replication of these viruses and their interaction with the host. Compared to other RNA + viruses, coronaviruses have a particularly large genome and use a complex genome expression strategy. Alongside a role in basic virus replication or virus assembly, many of the virus proteins described in the infected cell contribute to the host-host interaction. For example, by interacting with the host cell to create an optimal environment for coronavirus virus replication, by altering host gene expression or by host antiviral defenses. These host-virus interactions are key to viral pathogenesis and ultimately determine the outcome of the infection. Because of the complexity of the proteome cycle and the replication of the virus, our knowledge of hosts involved in Coronavirus replication is still early on compared to what is known in some other RNA viruses. This summarizes our current understanding of host-virus-infected cell-level interactions, with special attention to assembly and function.

It’s been two months since China announced a previously unknown virus Has been identified as causing a new outbreak in Wuhan city. In the weeks since Corona Viv virus - now known as SARS-CoV2 - ran around the world igniting the major Outbreaks in Iran, South Korea ~ Italy, Japan and now, it seems, Seattle. There are still many questions about this virus and the disease it causes, cubid-19. But in just a few weeks, several features of the disease have come into focus Particularly fast sharing in research. “Eight weeks into Cubid-19, there is quite a lot we learn,” Maria van Kirchova, who heads the World Health Organization’s disease and zoonoses unit, said in The last interview. (Zoonoses are diseases that jump to people from animals.)

South Korean officials set up “drive-through” Coronavirus virus screening facilities [14]. Manufacturers in China have the ability to distribute more than a million and a half tests a week. The countries, alongside Italy and the United Kingdom, are testing tens of thousands of people for the coronavirus, in many cases processing thousands of samples a day.

In the United States, meanwhile, inadequate coronavirus testing has become a complete scandal. As U.S. cases increase, the Department of Health and Human Services has launched an investigation into faulty test kits that have delayed lab results for several days, and experts fear a slow federal response may have given the virus more time to spread.

While health officials are fighting to stop the outbreak of coronavirus, researchers in China say preliminary studies show that COVID-19 is altered and there are at least two types of the virus [15].

One of those, the more aggressive strain, infected 70% of the people tested, while a less aggressive strain was associated with the rest, according to doctors at the Peking University School of Life Sciences and the Pasteur Institute in Shanghai.

World health experts argue that the speed and scale of Korea’s innovative diagnostic capabilities in South Korea show remarkable and significant laboratory capabilities that no other country, including the United States, can currently accommodate.

South Korea tested a total of 66,652 people in the Corvav-19 virus as of 4 p.m. Local time on Thursday, while Japan reported giving about 1,890 tests and the US only 445. The huge discrepancy compared to other countries reflects how quickly South Korea’s numbers have risen, experts say.

The total number of cases approved so far in South Korea is 1,766, up 505 from the previous day. Of the 66,00 people tested, more than 25,000 are still awaiting lab results [16].

Has The COVID-19 Mutated?

Complicating matters when it comes to vaccine development is the fact that COVID-19 has mutated. Scientists have confirmed that the virus has evolved into two strains: ‘type L’ and ‘type S’. The L-type can spread rapidly and scientists from the Peking University School of Life Sciences and the Pasteur Institute in Shanghai say it can be more aggressive. The S and L mutations in COVID-19 were in the “virus” of the virus, said Dr. Stephen Griffin, of the Leeds Institute of Medical Research and chair of the virus division at the Microbiology Society. The spine plays a major role in the infection process and is aimed at the vaccines. Around 35 labs and institutions are developing a vaccine with several ready for human trials next month. Dr. Griffin said developers would need to check if their prototyping vaccines could still neutralize viruses through the mutations, which may not constitute a “huge hurdle” because the variations were “quite limited.”

Genetic analysis of a U.S. person who tested positive for COVID-19 in January showed that both mutations can be infected. Professor of Virology Jonathan Ball said the mutations could interfere with vaccine production and that Chinese scientists’ findings would need to be studied using a larger sample of cases because the data set used was small. Professor Ball said: “We currently have no hard evidence that the virus has any changes in the severity of the disease or infection, so we must be careful when interpreting these types of computer-based studies, however interesting.” The Chinese study analyzed DNA from 103 infected people and reported that the S type is taking over, possibly as a result of the tough locking measures imposed by the Chinese authorities [17].

The Eurovision Is Also in Danger: Because of The Corona They Are Considering Holding the Competition Without a Crowd

The European Broadcasting Union announced this morning that it is exploring alternatives for holding a singing competition, one of the options at stake: holding the event without a crowd. Next week there will be a conference to discuss alternatives to the competition. Despite heavy concern, the Netherlands are broadcasting business as usual and announcing the recent wave of ticket sales.

Takeda Pharmaceutical Says It Is Developing Coronavirus Drug

Takeda Pharmaceutical Co said on Wednesday it was developing a drug to treat COVID-19, the flu-like illness that has struck more than 90,000 people worldwide and killed over 3,000.

The Japanese drug maker is working on a plasma-derived therapy to treat high-risk individuals infected with the new coronavirus and will share its plans with members of the U.S. Congress on Wednesday, it said in a statement.

Takeda is also studying whether its currently marketed and pipeline products may be effective treatments for infected patients. “We will do all that we can to address the novel coronavirus threat...(and) are hopeful that we can expand the treatment options,” Rajeev Venkayya, president of Takeda’s vaccine business, said in the statement.

Takeda said it was in talks with various health and regulatory agencies and healthcare partners in the United States, Asia and Europe to move forward its research into the drug. Its research requires access to the blood of people who have recovered from the respiratory disease or who have been vaccinated, once a vaccine is developed, Takeda said.

How will a mutation of the radiant virus affect us?

Currently, the only direct effect is on those who catch the Coronus virus because it depends on what strain the virus is experiencing.

The more aggressive type of virus is more often seen in Vaughan, but researchers say the frequency of the same type diminishes. This type is considered the one that can spread too quickly. However, the researchers emphasize the early days of the findings. For now, experts continue to encourage the public to follow simple hygiene rules to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. [18].

Corona Spread in Israel | Within 3 Hours: The Number of Contractors Jumped to 25

The Ministry of Health announced that four residents of the center were infected with the virus - all returned from European countries. Thus, the number of infected Israelis has risen to 25, the condition of the infected continues to be difficult. The PM announced that he will recruit students and soldiers to disinfect public facilities to fight the spread of the virus (Figure 7).

Doctors and health care providers do what they can to treat patients.

The scientific world has been in Corona for 6 decades and knows this virus family in depth. Many of these viruses and books have been published on these viruses, but there is no cure for the diseases it causes. Many are recovering but many are also now dead, accounting for about 3-4 percent of the virus. 4 influenzas. Especially elderly people in the 70s and 80s. This is a death that has no cure and no vaccine. Biotechnology is lagging behind in this case. Humanity has invested in computers but neglected to treat this virus and is now called to pay the price in Calcutta and in the lives of its elderly.

“For your salvation I call the name of God”.

Corona Crisis: Finance Minister Urges Employers to Allow Work from Home Posted: 08.03.20, 10:23 AM

Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon urged employers to allow their employees to work from home, in order to prevent the damage to the economy as a result of the spread of the Corona virus. Kahlon added: “We have regular status assessments with the Prime Minister, the NSC and the Ministry of Health and will respond as promptly as necessary.”

COVID 19 (Coronavirus crisis) causes the rapid growth in work from home? Well, there is a certain temptation to work from home. Employees do not have to deal with traffic loads, they can save on transport costs and other expenses that come with physical labor and this helps to improve work-life balance. At the same time, employers can drastically reduce company overhead, attract top candidates and enjoy the benefits of a more relaxed and happy workforce.

Indeed, according to Global Workplace Analytics, a consulting firm, “Normal-at-home work, among the non-self-employed population, has grown about 140% since 2005, almost 10 times faster than the rest of the workforce or self-employed.”

However, not everyone has been successful. A host of organizations - such as Yahoo, IBM, Atna, Best Buy and the New York Mellon Hotel Bank - made headlines when they announced that they would return to their communications phone for the job site.

Why the face-about? According to the Human Resources Management Association, this could be because:

Employees who do not receive the training and resources they need to do their job remotely.

Non-trained supervisors required to manage and supervise remote workers (Figure 8) [19].

Supervisors are more comfortable with on-site employees, perhaps because it makes them feel more in control or because they don’t trust their employees to work off-site.

Employee productivity declines as they work off-site.

With the phenomenon of home-based work being done for some employers but not others, how can you tell if it is right for your business? Here are some tips to help you decide:

•Make sure the work can be done from home. For example, if the job requires the use of specialized equipment under direct supervision, regular face-to-face meetings with clients, or intensive collaboration with co-workers, it may not be possible to do this effectively from home.

• Evaluate the employee to determine if he or she is responsible and disciplined enough to work from home. Consider that not every employee wants to work from home, which does not mean that they are not good workers. They are simply not suitable for home work arrangements.

• Perform cost-benefit analysis. Potential costs may include one-off implementation costs, management costs, lodging costs, and recurring annual costs. Potential benefits may include higher employee output, decreased sick leave, lower turnover rate and increased overhead savings.

• Determine if you can overcome potential obstacles, such as addressing the social needs of remote workers; Developing an impartial performance appraisal system; Management of technical support issues; Ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws; And monitoring the effectiveness of your home-based work plan.

• The decision to allow employees to work from home should be made after an extensive review of your situation. Obtain a top-down purchase to secure input from key stakeholders, including employees and rating and file workers. You may also want to consult with labor law experts who can explain the legality of allowing your employees to work from home.

Milan Under Curfew – COVID 19 Pandemic

Italians are no strangers to drama, but the radiation virus here - which killed more than 230, infested nearly 6,000 and brought our dynamic city to a standstill - has alerted the hardest Italians to their core.

Every aspect of daily life here in Milan has changed since the virus about two weeks ago.

On Friday, outside the main cathedral of Milan, the Duomo, there were more pigeons than people in the plaza. Chinatown was strangely silent. We didn’t welcome a double kiss in days. When we ordered an espresso at our local cafe on Friday morning, we were told that we could not drink it in the bar, as is customary, and sit at a table, away from the employees.

We estimate that about fifty percent of stores and restaurants across the city were closed as of Friday.

These 5 Mistakes Could Worsen the Coronavirus Outbreak

1. Not quarantining if you’re sick

2. Believing conspiracy theories but not health professionals

3. Seeking alternative treatments

4. Not practicing good hygiene

5. Stockpiling face masks or respirators

How to Self-Quarantine During Coronavirus Outbreak

If we do not do so - we will arrive at an apocalyptic scenario

An infectious disease expert [20] explains how to prepare for the moment when the virus begins to spread rapidly. He said the possibility of a widespread outbreak in the country should not be taken lightly - and then the entire public will have to join the fight as educational institutions, social events and public transport are completely.

This morning, the Italian prime minister announced a general closure in 14 northern and provincial cities and towns. According to Prof. Leshem, a similar reality may exist in Israel in the future.

“The public in the state will have to make adjustments to prevent the health system from flooding the patients,” he said. “These adjustments will include a reduction in activity that leads to contact between many people. For example, closing schools and universities for a few months, canceling sporting events, parties and family events and ceasing public transport.”

“These are things that can be met,” Professor Leshem continued. “The goal will be to allow doctors to treat the severely ill. If we do not take these measures, and the hospitals are inundated with the severely ill - then we will come to an apocalyptic scenario. Since the health system is taking these steps now, we will be able to cope. There will be difficult cases and the doctors will be in a big load, but we will overcome This. The public will bear the burden. "

According to Professor Leshem, the key element in the fight against the virus is public cooperation: “In our mind we need to understand that this is a public effort to deal with an emergency. This morning, the Ministry of Health has published tens of thousands of cases, and we may indeed experience a sharp rise in the outbreak. The Ministry of Health must prepare for the emergency and thus reduce its severity. "

Prof. Leshem also emphasizes that the seemingly harsh restrictions have in fact proved to be the right and required course of action. “You can see in China that once they close schools and public transport, and people come into their homes, the disease has waned,” he explained. “And we’ll see that happen in Italy, too.”

I excitedly read the achievements in the developing of a vaccine to cure disease caused by the lethal and elusive corona virus at Tel Hai College. Within 90 days there will be a happy and active vaccine.

And I hope this will come true for the good of the world.

But I was taught that only after counting the money down the stairs of the old car was it actually sold ....

The world is very cruel and life is always difficult.

Once, as a child, I sang with teacher Hadassah, Doroni mother, from batei NESHER. we sang the hymn words (then it was still in Palestine-Israel, not only th”GRUSH”, “half-GRUSH” was a hole, and the shilling was made of stirling pure silver ....)

But our hope is still not lost, the old hope ....

As cases climb to 28, Israel weighs quarantine for anyone coming from abroad. Netanyahu says no decision yet on travelers from the US but indicates ‘difficult decisions’ to be made in coming hours; 3 more Israelis infected. First: Corona patient in Israel was diagnosed with unknown origin. The 29th Corona patient was diagnosed in Israel, but unlike the patients before him - the source of his infection is currently unknown. The patient, a man in his 40s who lives in central Israel, is in solitary confinement.

Corona Outbreak in Israel: 14 more Israelis were Diagnosed with the Virus.

The Ministry of Health has updated a woman who returned from Tenerife, a man who returned from Vienna, a man who contracted after coming in contact with a verified patient in Israel and another man whose source of infection is unknown to patients with the Corona virus. In addition, another 10 patients were infected with the virus, and thus the number of people infected in Israel is now 39. The Ministry of Health has published the routes of some patients, and anyone who comes in contact with them is asked to enter the isolation. all the details.

In All Ages, The Country Has Also Been Infected: Everything That Is Known About Corona Patients in Israel.

Thirty-nine men and women from around the country - and for the first time, a patient unknown to the source of their infection - have so far been diagnosed with Corona virus [21]. Three have already recovered, but the condition of one hospital has worsened - the driver who drove a group of tourists from Greece is now hospitalized as he is being euthanized. Where did they get infected, how old are they and what do we know about their condition? Snapshot with all the information posted up to this moment.

First Batch of Experimental Coronavirus Vaccine Shipped for Human Trials.

American biotech company Moderna Inc. [22], which announced it has completed development of world’s first version of a coronavirus vaccine, has shipped on Monday the first batch of its rapidly developed vaccine to U.S. government researchers, who will launch the first human tests, checking whether the experimental shot could help suppress the epidemic originating in China.

The collaboration will revolve around the development of a potential protein-based vaccine known as the COVID-19 S-Trimer, produced by Chengdu-based pharma.

Meanwhile, the Coronavirus virus epidemic continues to spread worldwide. As of Tuesday, 80,290 cases of the virus were reported worldwide, 2,707 patients died and 27,795 patients had fully recovered. Eighty-one percent of patients (40,573) were hospitalized in mild condition and 19% of patients (9,215) were in human condition.

Most cases of coronavirus have been reported in China, with over 77,663 people infected with the infected pathogen and approximately 2,664 patients as a result.

Italy had 270 infections and 7 deaths and 160 infections and one death in Japan.

Other countries that have reported cases of the coronavirus are the United States, Hong Kong, Iran, Thailand, Taiwan, Australia, Malaysia, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and Macau.

Israeli scientists claim coronavirus vaccine three months away.

Research team develop vaccine for virus in poultry, claim it could be modified for use in humans within 3 months because of similar DNA structure to the one affecting humans [23].

It seems to me that the token has not gone down yet and some still refuse to wake up from the dream:

beginning. There are already 39 patients at COIVD 19 More than half of these are patients who have joined in the last 24 hours and the course of infection and history is unknown. Most of them apply in Israel.

And secondly, it has to be internalized

1. There is no antiseptic in the world that destroys the virus. The antiseptic is effective.

2. There is no virus vaccine in the world. Biotechnology companies and institutes are making great efforts to prepare this suitable vaccine in the meantime in a state of hope and “oil marks.”

3. There is no effective antidote for the virus. In the meantime, drugs are trying to strengthen an immune system like some AIDS drugs.

4. In such cases, what is left to do is slow the rate of infection of a population by isolating patients and those suspected of being infected.

This is an administrative action and the government’s instructions must be strictly adhered to and not do to yourself, as is customary in Israel.

And it is to be expected that the virus will go wild and tens of thousands will catch the disease.

Avoid contact with people in any way.

The virus is transmitted in the air, by animals and birds and in the sewage system in the stool.

It’s not a matter of “be okay” and trust Bibi.

These Cleaners Kill Coronavirus: Lysol, Clorox, Purell Products Make EPA’s Disinfectants List

Here are some of the registered disinfectants on the EPA’s list. Find the full here.

Clorox Disinfecting Wipes

Clorox Commercial Solutions

Clorox Disinfecting Spray

Clorox Multi-Surface Cleaner + Bleach

Klercide 70/ 30

Lonza Formulation

Lysol Clean & Fresh Multi-Surface Cleaner

Lysol Disinfectant Max Cover Mist

Lysol Heavy-Duty Cleaner Disinfectant Concentrate

Oxidize Daily Disinfectant Cleaner

Peak Disinfectant Wipes

Peroxide Multi Surface Cleaner and Disinfectant

Peroxide Disinfectant and Glass Cleaner

Purell Professional Surface Disinfectant Wipes

Sani-Prime Germicidal Disposable Wipe

Sani-Prime Germicidal Spray [24].

South- Korea Timeline of COVID-19 outbreak

9 March, 2020: South Korea total confirmed cases have risen to 7382 and total death is now at 50 people. Almost 64% of all cases have been linked to Shincheonji. A mysterious Patient No. 31 is thought to have infected many worshipers.

8 March, 2020: In South Korea, confirmed coronavirus cases have risen to a total of 7,134, and 50 deaths. The government will impose rationing of masks and urged factories to increase production, and restrict its export.

7 March, 2020: South Korea has 6,767 confirmed cases, which is the most cases outside of China, and reports 44 deaths. The country recently had a row with Japan due to quarantine of all passengers arriving from South Korea. Tokyo 2020 Olympics is still a go ahead, which probably explains the drastic measure by the Japanese to screen out people travelling from South Korea.

6 March, 2020: South Korea new coronavirus cases have surpassed China daily increase of new cases. South Korea has a rise of 518 cases, bringing the total to 6284 cases and 40 deaths.

5 March, 2020: South Korea has declared a “special care zone” in Gyeongsan to battle against the coronavirus. Gyeongsan has seen a spike in cases at nursing home. The country has 5,766 confirmed cases and 35 deaths, an increase of 7 deaths from yesterday.

4 March, 2020: Just after South Korea announced war against the coronavirus outbreak, they experienced a surge of cases to 5328 in total, and standing still at 28 deaths, which is the same number as yesterday.

3 March, 2020: The country population size is 51 million people, and hence 5000 infected cases equals to almost 0.01% of the population is affected. This is much higher than the percentage of infected people in China of about 0.006%.

Iran is still the worst hit country outside China in terms of deaths as they reported a total of 66 deaths so far. The country only has 1501 cases, which is lower than South Korea at 4812 cases and Italy at 2036 cases. France, Germany and UK have planned to send medical supplies to Iran.

1 March, 2020: The reach of COVID-19 has grown to hit 61 countries. The United States reported its first death while the patient was in the country. It is not the first death of an American from the disease. The US expands travel restrictions to Iran, Italy and South Korea.

While Milan, a key financial centre in Italy, is not under lockdown, the country economy is badly hit and may enter into a recession due to the coronavirus outbreak. In Europe, Italy is the worst hit country with 1128 confirmed cases and 29 deaths. Its recent rise in deaths from the virus eclipse even the South Korean fatal cases. As South Korea confirmed cases have surged to 3526 cases and 17 deaths, Shincheonji Church of Jesus members are afraid of being discriminated. Some members of the church feel they are, “…being treated like criminals.”

29 February, 2020: South Korea has recorded the single-day largest increase in cases of 594 people on Friday. The country now has almost 3000 confirmed cases and 17 deaths.

28 February, 2020: Epidemic spread of the infections in South Korea has skyrocketed to over 2000 cases and 13 deaths. Since the sharp rise in cases has been linked to Shincheonji Church of Jesus, the government is taking action to sanitize every church and annex buildings. Meanwhile,  North Korea has not reported a single case in its population of 25 million people, which raised suspicion.

26 February, 2020: South Korea now has over 1000 confirmed cases and 12 deaths from the coronavirus outbreak. It is now the hardest hit country outside of China. Stocks in Asia have generally trended down but did not have sharp drops. However, the Dow Jones industrial average plunged over 800 points.

The Philippines has banned travels from South Korea North Gyeongsang province even though they only have 3 confirmed cases so far.

20 Jan: First case detected in South Korea

- Airports in several countries across the world have begun screening of patients showing symptoms of coronavirus.

- China has announced the third death from the deadly virus and over 100 new cases, raising concerns ahead of the Chinese (Lunar) New Year holiday, which begins on 25 January.

- A total of more than 200 cases have been reported in various cities of China.

- A Chinese person who arrived by plane from Wuhan to South Korea was detected with the virus.

- Chinese President Xi Jinping has announced that the virus has to be contained.

- Chinese health experts have confirmed that human-to-human transmission is affirmative.

- One British tourist in Thailand is feared to be infected with coronavirus

Quarantine State: Italy Exacerbates the Struggle for The Spread of the Corona

The Italian government has announced dramatic and unprecedented measures that apply not only to the north of the country - but to everyone. The 60-million-year-old state is introduced to the “Corona regime”: traffic will be restricted and public gathering prohibited in all areas of Italy, schools will remain closed until next month. All residents are required to stay in their homes and leave only for work or emergencies [25].

Is this the Animal that Spreads the Corona Virus?

The Long Pangolin Snout. Responsible for Spreading the Virus?

Scientists isolated genetic sequences from pangolins and found 99% resemblance to the deadly virus that spread around the world Was the animal found responsible for the spread of the corona virus? Chinese researchers and scientists suggest that not bats, as we used to think, but rather pangolins - are responsible for the spread of the deadly virus in human [26]. The penguins, for those who did not know so far, are mammals.


Figure 6: Airlines Stop Traffic to Israel.

Figure 7: Corona patients in Israel.

Citation: Shatzmiller S (2020) Acceleration in COVID 19 Spreading. Genet Mol Biol Curr Res. 1: 002. GMBCR-002.000002