Original title: Cerebral hemorrhage in the elderly can't wait for nucleic acid test results. Doctor wears three-layer gloves. Surgeon wears three-layer gloves to start surgery urgently. Changjiang Daily (Reporter Wu Wei correGrocery Store Mockup Freespondent Xie Jing Liu Xia) lives at 7 PM on March 27. Master Tan was rushed to Tianyou Hospital affiliated to Wuhan University of Science and Technology because of right hemiplegia. CT on the head revealed that cerebral hemorrhage in the left basal ganglia broke into the ventricle, causing sudden limb dysfunction. There was no obvious abnormality in lung CT. The situation was urgent. , A routine but not ordinary emergency surgery began overnight.
Countries around the world have taken fiscal actions amounting to about 8 trillion U.S. dollars in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Georgieva, who noted that there has been "significant coordination."She added that if the COVID-19 pandemic fades in the second half of the year, the multilateral lender's baseline assumption is for a "partial recovery" in 2021.
The multilateral lender now projects that over 170 countries will experience negative per capita income growth this year, Georgieva said, adding that "the bleak outlook applies to advanced and developing economies alike."Slanders and accusations on others will not drive viruses away, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said Thursday.The remarks came after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday said in an interview that the novel coronavirus began in China's Wuhan.
"China was the first country to report the outbreak of COVID-19 to the World Health Organization (WHO), but it does not mean that COVID-19 originated from Wuhan," spokesperson Zhao Lijian told a press briefing, adding that pandemics can break out first in any region, country or city in the world, but where they originate is a serious scientific question that should be left to scientists and medical experts.Wuhan on Wednesday reopened after a 76-day lockdown, which enhanced the resolve of all countries to fight the virus. More and more people have found China's response effective, and China's experience is worth learning from. Any responsible country will firmly oppose the irrational practice of labeling the virus, Zhao said.
"There is no basis for accusing China's cover-up and lack of transparency," Zhao noted, adding that since COVID-19 broke out, China notified the WHO of the epidemic, shared the genome sequencing of the virus and carried out international cooperation, all at the earliest time possible, which had won positive comments from the international community.
The U.S. side has access to information and data on the epidemic from China, Zhao noted, adding that "As for whether the U.S. side has made full and effective use of the precious time and important information that China has won and whether it has taken timely measures to prevent and control the virus, I believe time will tell."The confinement order issued on March 17 "will be extended" beyond the current deadline of April 15, an official close to Macron told AFP.
The US reported the highest one-day toll on record, with 1,973 deaths over a 24-hour period - reaching nearly 2,000 for the second day in a row.Italy and Spain are still recording hundreds of deaths a day, and the situation is also deteriorating in Britain, which saw a record 938 fatalities Wednesday as Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a third day in intensive care.
The 55-year-old leader's condition is "improving" and he is in "good spirits," officials assured the public.In New York, the epicenter of the US outbreak, the state's governor noted the new single-day high for viral deaths at 779, but offered an optimistic view for the weeks to come.