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In the pandemic, everyone is next in line – at least the US government under President Donald Trump is following the motto: America first.

The Department of Health and Social Services (HHS) has secured full production of the drug company Gilead’s Remdesivir in July and 90 percent in August and September, respectively, to treat patients during those months in American hospitals, like the Department did in a Press release reported. This should make 500,000 treatments possible with about six doses of the antiviral agent.

Remdesivir, which was originally intended as a treatment for Ebola infections but was not able to convince there, has been undergoing clinical testing for the treatment of Covid-19 since February 2020 – with promising results: it apparently shortens the course of the disease by a few days. In the United States and Japan, it is approved for use in seriously ill corona patients. The European Medicines Agency recommended in June that the product also be approved for emergencies in the EU. South Korea is already starting to administer the drug.

“President Trump has made an amazing agreement to ensure that Americans have access to the first approved therapeutic for Covid-19,” Health Minister Alex Azar said. “We want to ensure as much as possible that every American patient who needs remdesivir can get it.” The Trump administration is doing everything in its power to learn more about life-saving therapeutics for Covid-19 and to ensure access to these options for the American people.

However, it is now unclear how the supply of the countries that want to use the drug should be guaranteed. Virus expert Andrew Hill from the University of Liverpool warns the British newspaper Guardian According to: “You have access to most of the medication inventory, so there is nothing for Europe.”

Gilead chief Daniel O’Day had recently stated on the company’s website that the company had made agreements with generics manufacturers in developing countries in order to be able to offer the product particularly cheaply. “These alternative solutions are designed to ensure that all countries around the world can offer the treatment,” said O’Day.

US immunologist Fauci warns of 100,000 new infections per day

Given the rapid growth in new coronavirus infections in the southern United States, one of the country’s leading health experts has warned of an escalation of the pandemic. If the increase in the affected states could not be controlled, up to 100,000 new infections per day would soon be conceivable nationwide, the immunologist Anthony Fauci warned at a hearing in the Senate.

“I’m very concerned,” said Fauci, who is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID). “We are moving in the wrong direction.” The pandemic can currently only be contained if people consistently wear masks in public and pay attention to their safety distance. If people don’t stick to it, “we’ll continue to have big problems,” Fauci warned.

In Texas, Florida, California, and Arizona, local governments are trying to counter development by pausing or reversing the phasing out of corona requirements.

Johnson announces massive investment program

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces a massive effort to lead the country out of the Corona crisis. On Tuesday, he announced immense investments, especially in infrastructure, so that the domestic economy could get going again. Many are afraid of further outbreaks of the disease, Johnson said in a speech. The government must now go ahead and show the way out. “We cannot just continue to be prisoners of this crisis,” he said. Great Britain must now “build, build, build”.

“If the Covid crisis taught us one thing, it is this: the country must be ready for what is to come, and we must have the energy and speed that we have not needed for generations,” added Johnson. It is now a matter of tackling problems that have slowed the country for decades. Britain is not as productive as many of its competitors. Although London is “the capital of the world”, many other parts of the country feel left behind and “unloved”.

Johnson had referred to the example of US President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the radio the day before, who led his country out of the Great Depression of the 1930s with the “New Deal” program. The reforms at the time included costly public projects to create jobs. In the first quarter, British economic output had already slumped by 2.2 percent, as now published figures from the national statistics office ONS show.

Britain is one of the worst affected countries by the pandemic, with over 54,000 deaths registered. Johnson is criticized for his crisis policy.

Los Angeles reports “alarming increase” in infections

The Los Angeles district reports an “alarming increase in new cases, positive test results and hospital admissions,” said Barbara Ferrer, director of public health. On Monday, 2903 new infections – a record – and 22 deaths were recorded. Immediate measures are needed to prevent the health system from being overloaded. Beaches are closed and bike paths, parking lots and piers are not accessible from Friday to Monday.

In view of a rapid increase in new infections, the southwestern US state of Arizona has also reversed the relaxation of its corona requirements. Governor Doug Doucey said events with more than 50 attendees are now banned again, just a week after US President Donald Trump’s big appearance in Arizona. Doucey’s order is initially valid until the end of July. Bars, fitness centers and cinemas in Arizona have to close again.

More than half a million corona deaths worldwide

The number of coronavirus deaths worldwide has exceeded 500,000. A total of 500 108 corona deaths were recorded on Sunday evening, researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore said, which collects the available data worldwide. About one in four deaths was registered in the United States.

In the US state alone Florida an increase in infections of more than six percent was reported. Overall, the US cases increased by 1.7 percent. According to the university, at least 2.5 million people have contracted the Sars-CoV-2 virus in the United States, a country of approximately 330 million people. More than 125 700 people have died from an infection. This means that more US citizens died after a Covid 19 infection than during the First World War – around 117,000 Americans died at the time.

Given the increasing number of infections California some easing back. Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the closure of bars in seven districts, including Los Angeles. In the United States, this is a common focus of infection. Texas and Florida closed all bars on Friday. With almost 40 million inhabitants – roughly half as many as Germany – California is the most populous US state. To date, more than ten million infections have been reported worldwide.

The country with the second highest number of corona deaths is Brazil. So far, more than 57,000 victims have been counted there. About one in nine registered infected people died there. According to the Brazilian Ministry of Health, 30,476 new infections and 552 further deaths have been recorded in the past 24 hours. In total, there are more than 1.34 million known cases and 57,622 deaths. Great Britain records 43,600 fatalities. Also in Japan infections are increasing again after the state of emergency was lifted last month.

Australia has seen the largest increase in new cases in about two months. The state of Victoria has announced 75 new infections in the past 24 hours. At first, figures from several other parts of the country were missing. However, the increase is already the largest in Australia since April 11th. Victoria is now considering reintroducing restrictions such as a distance requirement, health officials say. The measures had been relaxed from May.

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In the pandemic, everyone is next in line – at least the US government under President Donald Trump is following the motto: America first.

The Department of Health and Social Services (HHS) has secured full production of the drug company Gilead’s Remdesivir in July and 90 percent in August and September, respectively, to treat patients during those months in American hospitals, like the Department did in a Press release reported. This should make 500,000 treatments possible with about six doses of the antiviral agent.

Remdesivir, which was originally intended as a treatment for Ebola infections but was not able to convince there, has been undergoing clinical testing for the treatment of Covid-19 since February 2020 – with promising results: it apparently shortens the course of the disease by a few days. In the United States and Japan, it is approved for use in seriously ill corona patients. The European Medicines Agency recommended in June that the product also be approved for emergencies in the EU. South Korea is already starting to administer the drug.

“President Trump has made an amazing agreement to ensure that Americans have access to the first approved therapeutic for Covid-19,” Health Minister Alex Azar said. “We want to ensure as much as possible that every American patient who needs remdesivir can get it.” The Trump administration is doing everything in its power to learn more about life-saving therapeutics for Covid-19 and to ensure access to these options for the American people.

However, it is now unclear how the supply of the countries that want to use the drug should be guaranteed. Virus expert Andrew Hill from the University of Liverpool warns the British newspaper Guardian According to: “You have access to most of the medication inventory, so there is nothing for Europe.”

Gilead chief Daniel O’Day had recently stated on the company’s website that the company had made agreements with generics manufacturers in developing countries in order to be able to offer the product particularly cheaply. “These alternative solutions are designed to ensure that all countries around the world can offer the treatment,” said O’Day.

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Given the rapid growth in new coronavirus infections in the southern United States, one of the country’s leading health experts has warned of an escalation of the pandemic. If the increase in the affected states could not be controlled, up to 100,000 new infections per day would soon be conceivable nationwide, the immunologist Anthony Fauci warned at a hearing in the Senate.

“I’m very concerned,” said Fauci, who is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID). “We are moving in the wrong direction.” The pandemic can currently only be contained if people consistently wear masks in public and pay attention to their safety distance. If people don’t stick to it, “we’ll continue to have big problems,” Fauci warned.

In Texas, Florida, California, and Arizona, local governments are trying to counter development by pausing or reversing the phasing out of corona requirements.

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces a massive effort to lead the country out of the Corona crisis. On Tuesday, he announced immense investments, especially in infrastructure, so that the domestic economy could get going again. Many are afraid of further outbreaks of the disease, Johnson said in a speech. The government must now go ahead and show the way out. “We cannot just continue to be prisoners of this crisis,” he said. Great Britain must now “build, build, build”.

“If the Covid crisis taught us one thing, it is this: the country must be ready for what is to come, and we must have the energy and speed that we have not needed for generations,” added Johnson. It is now a matter of tackling problems that have slowed the country for decades. Britain is not as productive as many of its competitors. Although London is “the capital of the world”, many other parts of the country feel left behind and “unloved”.

Johnson had referred to the example of US President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the radio the day before, who led his country out of the Great Depression of the 1930s with the “New Deal” program. The reforms at the time included costly public projects to create jobs. In the first quarter, British economic output had already slumped by 2.2 percent, as now published figures from the national statistics office ONS show.

Britain is one of the worst affected countries by the pandemic, with over 54,000 deaths registered. Johnson is criticized for his crisis policy.

The Los Angeles district reports an “alarming increase in new cases, positive test results and hospital admissions,” said Barbara Ferrer, director of public health. On Monday, 2903 new infections – a record – and 22 deaths were recorded. Immediate measures are needed to prevent the health system from being overloaded. Beaches are closed and bike paths, parking lots and piers are not accessible from Friday to Monday.

In view of a rapid increase in new infections, the southwestern US state of Arizona has also reversed the relaxation of its corona requirements. Governor Doug Doucey said events with more than 50 attendees are now banned again, just a week after US President Donald Trump’s big appearance in Arizona. Doucey’s order is initially valid until the end of July. Bars, fitness centers and cinemas in Arizona have to close again.

The number of coronavirus deaths worldwide has exceeded 500,000. A total of 500 108 corona deaths were recorded on Sunday evening, researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore said, which collects the available data worldwide. About one in four deaths was registered in the United States.

In the US state alone Florida an increase in infections of more than six percent was reported. Overall, the US cases increased by 1.7 percent. According to the university, at least 2.5 million people have contracted the Sars-CoV-2 virus in the United States, a country of approximately 330 million people. More than 125 700 people have died from an infection. This means that more US citizens died after a Covid 19 infection than during the First World War – around 117,000 Americans died at the time.

Given the increasing number of infections California some easing back. Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the closure of bars in seven districts, including Los Angeles. In the United States, this is a common focus of infection. Texas and Florida closed all bars on Friday. With almost 40 million inhabitants – roughly half as many as Germany – California is the most populous US state. To date, more than ten million infections have been reported worldwide.

The country with the second highest number of corona deaths is Brazil. So far, more than 57,000 victims have been counted there. About one in nine registered infected people died there. According to the Brazilian Ministry of Health, 30,476 new infections and 552 further deaths have been recorded in the past 24 hours. In total, there are more than 1.34 million known cases and 57,622 deaths. Great Britain records 43,600 fatalities. Also in Japan infections are increasing again after the state of emergency was lifted last month.

Australia has seen the largest increase in new cases in about two months. The state of Victoria has announced 75 new infections in the past 24 hours. At first, figures from several other parts of the country were missing. However, the increase is already the largest in Australia since April 11th. Victoria is now considering reintroducing restrictions such as a distance requirement, health officials say. The measures had been relaxed from May.

The protection of old people was important to Sweden in the fight against the virus – but it was not successful. The number of victims is high, nobody really feels responsible.

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