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COVID-19 (korona virus) - PANDEMIJA

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SAD je mnogo veća po broju stanovnika

Još jedan rusolaž Vlabazdea za večeras
Broj potvrđenih slučajeva koronavirusa u SAD dostigao je 370.000, a što je jednako broju obolelih u tri sledeće najzarženije zemlje u svetu - Španiji, Italilji i Nemačkoj.


Broj smrtnih slučajeva prešao je 10. 000 što je, prema zvaničnim podacima vladinog odeljenja za veterane, više stradalih nego u direktim borbama u šest od ukupno 13 ratova vođenih u istoriji te zemlje.
 

Nikac od Rovina

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Kakav uzbudljiva predstava lejdis end dzentlmens.Dame i Gospode
Sada Francuska navaljuje iz drugog plana te i ona sa +1417 poena pokazuje zube.Ako majmunski nato nesto ne preduzme more bit' frke velike.
Medjutim evo sada juesej ipak dodaje gas te sa nekih 1522 poJena drzi vodjstvo.
Najpravednije bi bilo da odluci foto-finis !
Kakva drama ljudi moi !
 

snouden

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Kraj 2019. Nema korona virusa. Pitanja i odgovori:

Koliko Italijana u proseku umire dnevno? odgovor: oko 2300
Koliko Amerikanaca u proseku umire dnevno? odgovor: oko 11.800
Koliko Kineza u proseku umire dnevno? odgovor : oko 60.000
Koliko Srba u proseku umire dnevno? odgovor : oko 270
Koliko Srba katolika u proseku umire dnevno? odgovor: oko 130
 
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April 7th:

Sweden's government will
get extra powers to make fast decisions in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

A new bill which would allow the government to take measures -- such as closing schools, shopping malls, or restaurants -- without first getting parliamentary approval, now has enough support in parliament to be passed, following discussion with the main opposition parties.

The law is set to apply from April 18th to June 30th, and will only apply to measures related to the coronavirus crisis.

"We are now experiencing a historically difficult situation and we need opportunities to make difficult decisions if necessary," said Health Minister Lena Hallengren. "Even if parliament works fast, it can mean that we lose days. We are not prepared to take that risk."

Hallengren added that the government does not currently have concrete plans for any measures it would take under the new law.

A total of 591 people have died with the coronavirus in Sweden. That's an increase from 477 confirmed deaths on April 6th, but there is a delay in how the statistics are reported by regional health authorities, so the increase does not equal the number of deaths in the last 24 hours.

"We are averaging around 40 deaths per 24 hours," state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell told reporters at the Public Health Agency's daily briefing at 2pm.

Norway on Monday stated they believed they had the coronavirus outbreak "under control". Eighty-three people have died after testing positive for the coronavirus in Norway. Asked at the press conference why Norway's death toll is so much lower than Sweden's, Tegnell responded:

"There are two reasons. Their infection has spread above all among much younger people than in Sweden. The other reason, for reasons we don't really know, is that the infection has spread much less in elderly care homes in Norway than in Sweden."

Tegnell said yesterday that the Public Health Agency was looking into why the coronavirus has spread to more elderly care homes in Sweden than in the other Nordic countries.

The coronavirus outbreak appears to be hitting residents in two of Stockholm's most vulnerable suburbs the hardest, with Rinkeby-Kista and Spånga-Tensta overrepresented according to health authorities.


Finland is tightening its border with Sweden and Norway to curb the spread of the coronavirus, allowing only essential commuter traffic, with almost all passengers arriving in Finland ordered to self-quarantine for 14 days, reports YLE. Finnish healthcare workers who live in Finland and work in Sweden are not affected by the new measures, and freight traffic between the countries will also continue to operate as normal.

The new rules apply until May 13th. Read more about them here (in English).
 
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U jednom danu je u Francuskoj preminulo 1417 ljudi, a više od 11.000 ljudi je novooboljelo. Kako javlja Le Monde, u posljednja 24 sata je samo u bolnicama u Francuskoj preminulo 697 ljudi, dok je u staračkim domovima i medicinsko-socijalnim ustanovama preminulo 820 ljudi. > Opširnije
Ako bi se Srbija poredila sa Francuskom koja ima 10 puta više stanovnika, mi bi trebali imati 141 preminulog ? A imamo ih samo 3 ?
Ili bi trebali imati 1.032 upokojena , a imamo ih samo 61 ?

Što znači da je Vučić povukao na vreme prave poteze ? Koji su spasili mnogo života ovde.:think:
 

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Ako bi se Srbija poredila sa Francuskom koja ima 10 puta više stanovnika, mi bi trebali imati 141 preminulog ? A imamo ih samo 3 ?
Ili bi trebali imati 1.032 upokojena , a imamo ih samo 61 ?

Što znači da je Vučić povukao na vreme prave poteze ? Koji su spasili mnogo života ovde.:think:
The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic reached France on 24 January 2020, when the first COVID-19 case in Europe and France was confirmed in Bordeaux. The first five cases were all individuals who had recently arrived or returned from China.[2][3] On 28 January, a Chinese tourist carrying the virus was admitted to hospital in Paris and died on 14 February, making it the first death in France and anywhere outside Asia.

One key event in the spread of the disease across Metropolitan France as well as its overseas territories was the annual assembly of the Christian Open Door Church between 17 and 24 February in Mulhouse which was attended by about 2,500 people, at least half of whom are believed to have contracted the virus.[8][9]

On 12 March, French President Emmanuel Macron announced on public television that all schools and all universities would close from Monday 16 March until further notice. The next day, the prime minister Édouard Philippe banned gatherings of more than 100 people, not including public transportation.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_coronavirus_pandemic_in_France

Može se reći da su Francuzi dosta zakasnili u merama kao i Italijani i Španci.
 

jevropa

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Ako bi se Srbija poredila sa Francuskom koja ima 10 puta više stanovnika, mi bi trebali imati 141 preminulog ? A imamo ih samo 3 ?
Ili bi trebali imati 1.032 upokojena , a imamo ih samo 61 ?

Što znači da je Vučić povukao na vreme prave poteze ? Koji su spasili mnogo života ovde.:think:
ja da ti kao ekspert odgovorim , vucicu p.deru,
da se ne muce nasi brigadiri,
vec su na kraju snage :hahaha:
 

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ВИДЕО из Шведске: Ресторани пуни, сви шетају, пензионери на улицама

Док у Србији влада најстрожи полицијски час и ванредно стање у Европи, поједине земље, попут Шведске, живе и функционишу нормално, уз мере опреза као што је размак од једног метра.

19:42 07.04.2020.

Српски медији ових дана преносе како Шведску чека катастрофа и да су и они почели да примењују рестриктивне мере, али видео записи са друштвених мрежа доказују супротно.


Како је изгледао јучерашњи дан у Шведској, погледајте у видео прилогу.
 

dragan10

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April 7th:

Sweden's government will
get extra powers to make fast decisions in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

A new bill which would allow the government to take measures -- such as closing schools, shopping malls, or restaurants -- without first getting parliamentary approval, now has enough support in parliament to be passed, following discussion with the main opposition parties.

The law is set to apply from April 18th to June 30th, and will only apply to measures related to the coronavirus crisis.

"We are now experiencing a historically difficult situation and we need opportunities to make difficult decisions if necessary," said Health Minister Lena Hallengren. "Even if parliament works fast, it can mean that we lose days. We are not prepared to take that risk."

Hallengren added that the government does not currently have concrete plans for any measures it would take under the new law.

A total of 591 people have died with the coronavirus in Sweden. That's an increase from 477 confirmed deaths on April 6th, but there is a delay in how the statistics are reported by regional health authorities, so the increase does not equal the number of deaths in the last 24 hours.

"We are averaging around 40 deaths per 24 hours," state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell told reporters at the Public Health Agency's daily briefing at 2pm.

Norway on Monday stated they believed they had the coronavirus outbreak "under control". Eighty-three people have died after testing positive for the coronavirus in Norway. Asked at the press conference why Norway's death toll is so much lower than Sweden's, Tegnell responded:

"There are two reasons. Their infection has spread above all among much younger people than in Sweden. The other reason, for reasons we don't really know, is that the infection has spread much less in elderly care homes in Norway than in Sweden."

Tegnell said yesterday that the Public Health Agency was looking into why the coronavirus has spread to more elderly care homes in Sweden than in the other Nordic countries.

The coronavirus outbreak appears to be hitting residents in two of Stockholm's most vulnerable suburbs the hardest, with Rinkeby-Kista and Spånga-Tensta overrepresented according to health authorities.


Finland is tightening its border with Sweden and Norway to curb the spread of the coronavirus, allowing only essential commuter traffic, with almost all passengers arriving in Finland ordered to self-quarantine for 14 days, reports YLE. Finnish healthcare workers who live in Finland and work in Sweden are not affected by the new measures, and freight traffic between the countries will also continue to operate as normal.

The new rules apply until May 13th. Read more about them here (in English).
kako je u svedskoj? ko je pametniji oni ili vucic?
 

Straks92

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20:35

Vuhan odblokiran posle 76 dana izolacije

Kineske vlasti odblokirale su izlaz iz Vuhana koji je bio žarište epidemije koronavirusa i 76 dana bio odsečen od sveta.
Vlasti su otvorile puteve koji vode iz grada i dozvolile ljudima da napuste grad automobilom.
Vuhan je od 23. januara bio praktično izolovan od sveta zbog epidemije koronavirusa. Saobraćaj sa gradom bio je potpuno obustavljen.

https://www.rts.rs//page/stories/sr/Коронавирус/story/3138/koronavirus-u-svetu/3915308/.html
 

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ВИДЕО из Шведске: Ресторани пуни, сви шетају, пензионери на улицама

Док у Србији влада најстрожи полицијски час и ванредно стање у Европи, поједине земље, попут Шведске, живе и функционишу нормално, уз мере опреза као што је размак од једног метра.

19:42 07.04.2020.

Српски медији ових дана преносе како Шведску чека катастрофа и да су и они почели да примењују рестриктивне мере, али видео записи са друштвених мрежа доказују супротно.


Како је изгледао јучерашњи дан у Шведској, погледајте у видео прилогу.
kako je u svedskoj sada, onako iz prve ruke? nemoj sada da postavljas neke linkove kako je AV ipak pametan :ok:
 
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