In the United States, the number of deaths from the coronavirus epidemic increased by almost 1,500 in a single day
according to a Friday night summary from Johns Hopkins University and Hospital.
According to data from the Baltimore hospital complex on Friday night, it is
In the United States, 277,000 943 people have already been diagnosed with the new type of coronavirus, and 7,406 Americans have now died from the disease caused by the virus.
The good news is that a 104-year-old man in Oregon has recovered.
At noon in Washington time on Friday, Justice Minister William Barr announced in a statement that, in the wake of the epidemic, the federal penitentiary would begin house detention of the worst-infected virus infected and already ill. The measure so far affects detainees in a Louisiana, an Ohio and a Connecticut prison.
The head of the ministry made the decision after five convicts in Louisiana prison and two inmates in Ohio died of the disease.
Already earlier this week, the federal penitentiary committed itself to an unprecedented move: it forced prisoners to quarantine 14 days in the 122 prisons under its control, which in practice means no one can leave their cell. The prison has so far detected the virus in 91 convicts and 50 members of the prison staff.