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Message 2061580 - Posted: 17 Nov 2020, 4:47:04 UTC
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There's still a few numbers to come in yet, but the last reporting period saw the world's total case tally 55.3 million while deaths passed 1,331,700. :-(

Anyhow as expected Sri Lanka took 99th place (by total infections) from Madagascar, but they'll take 4-6 days before they get to Finland, while Montenegro claimed 93rd from Australia, Bosnia & Herzegovina removed Paraguay from 71st as Georgia passed Tunisia for 66th and Croatia took over 64th from Bahrain. Serbia performed a massive leap by passing Bahrain, China and Slovakia to land in 61st as Bulgaria became the 58th country to pass 100,000 cases, Honduras crept past Ethiopia into 56th while Belarus took 52nd spot from Guatemala and Japan displaced Armenia from 50th place.

Hungary leapt past Bolivia into 42nd and right onto the heels of Panama who just got knocked out of 40th spot by Jordan while Canada became the 31st country to pass 300,000 cases as Italy stomped past Colombia into 9th place and what can 1 say as the U.S. keeps throwing in massive numbers to pass 11.5 million infections while passing 252,600 deaths, I can feel that the U.S. will be breaking more of it's own records this week and will it be the week that we see it break the 200,000 case barrier?

Meanwhile it looks hopeful that South Australia may have got control of its quarantine leak with only 3 cases of locally acquired infections being reported today after a massive testing blitz over the last few days. But down south of the border from here it looks like some Victorians want to go back into lockdown again with scenes like these happening over the weekend, Footage of wild party at St Kilda and Black Rock beach, at several locations around the state. 1 must really wonder if the additives that are added to their drinking water actually comes from the U.S.. :-(

Anyway that'll do for today's update, but it's certain that more moves will be made in the great COVID race.
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