Pandemia de Covid-19

Pandemia planetari causate per un nove typo de coronavirus.

Le pandemia de COVID-19[1] es un pandemia del maladia COVID-19, causate per le coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.[2] Le comenciamento ovccurreva primo in Wuhan, Hubei, China, in decembre 2019, et esseva declarate como pandemia per le Organisation Mundial del Sanitate al 11 de martio 2020.[3][4][5][6][7] Le Committee International de Taxonomia del virus denominava le virus (anglese): "severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2" (SARS-CoV-2). Al 23 de april 2020, il habeva plus que 2.6 milliones casos de COVID-19 in quasi omne nationes e territorios, resultante in plus que 180000 mortes e plus que 730000 recuperantes. [8][9]

Pandemia de Covid-19
instantia de: Pandemia, public health emergency of international concern[*], disease outbreak[*]
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initio: 1 decembre 2019
Commons: COVID-19 pandemic


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  1. Derivation: Entitates: 1. (it) Pandemia di COVID-19 || 2. (es) Pandemia de COVID-19 || (pt) Pandemia de COVID-19 || 3. (fr) Pandémie de Covid-19 || 4. (en) COVID-19 pandemic || Controlo: (de) COVID-19-Pandemie || (ru) Пандемия COVID-19 || - (Extra): (la)
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  5. Undiagnosed pneumonia - China (HU) (01): wildlife sales, market closed, RFI Archive Number: 20200102.6866757. International Society for Infectious Diseases. Recuperate le 13 January 2020.
  6. Cohen, Jon (17 January 2020). "New SARS-like virus in China triggers alarm" (in en). Science 367 (6475): 234–235. doi:10.1126/science.367.6475.234. ISSN 0036-8075. PMID 31949058. Recuperate le 17 January 2020. 
  7. Parry, Jane (20 January 2020). "China coronavirus: cases surge as official admits human to human transmission". British Medical Journal 368. doi:10.1136/bmj.m236. ISSN 1756-1833. 
  8. Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases. Johns Hopkins University. Recuperate le 23 de april 2020.
  9. Coronavirus Update (Live). Recuperate le 23 de april 2020