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Confirmed Coronavirus Cases: 2,653,808 Deaths: 185,059 Recovered: 727,844

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April 23 (GMT)

  • 4635 new cases and 440 new deaths in Spain [source]
  • 3 new recoveries in Belize [source]
  • 3 new cases and 2 new deaths in New Zealand

    NOTE: Case total remains at 1451 as 3 of yesterday’s cases were officially retracted as already recorded elsewhere. Yesterday’s total has been changed to 1448. 

    Death of a 62-year-old woman with an underlying condition. She had been intubated and sedated for the last 2 weeks. Arrangements were made to allow her family to be with her when she died. Director-general of health Dr Ashley Bloomfield addressed concerns that the family had been given false hope when the woman’s condition was reported as stable earlier in the week. The term “stable” meant there had been no change in her condition, he explained. On Tuesday, Bloomfield said at his daily press conference none of the patients in hospital were critical; yesterday he said they were stable, according to NZ Herald. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the Government was considering changing the way it reported patients’ conditions.  [source] [source] [source]

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I am 28 years old, I was born on 14.04.1990 in Rubaga, Uganda. My parents died, I lived with my Grandma. After she died in 2009 I stayed at the house. It is just one room. I finished NKUMBA UNIVERSITY with a degree of Bachelor of Procurement and Logistic Management (B.PLM) 2008-2011. Fighting my situation, I met Mr. Volker Glienke on facebook and he showed me, that it is time to change my life and to start "Thinking Big!" We started a new project: KiM Support Uganda Foundation (KSUF) Limited, not only changing my life, but changing our situation in Uganda.

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