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  • Critical COVID-19 cases in most impacted countries worldwide as of October 5, 2020

    Oct 5, 2020 | Diseases

    As of October 5, 2020, there were around 14,200 cases of COVID-19 in the United States that were serious or critical. Worldwide, around 66,500 COVID-19 cases are currently considered serious or critical. This statistic shows the number of serious or critical coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the most impacted countries worldwide as of October 5, 2020.

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  • Number of general hospitals in select countries worldwide 2018

    Oct 6, 2020 | Hospitals

    In 2018, there around 7,300 general hospitals in Japan. In comparison, Korea had around 1,800 general hospitals at that time. This statistic shows the number of general hospitals in select countries worldwide in 2018.

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  • Global food price index 2018-2020

    Oct 1, 2020 | Agriculture

    The FAO Food Price Index* (FFPI) averaged 96.1 points in August 2020, up 1.8 points (2.0 percent) from July and 2.1 points (2.2 percent) higher than its level in the corresponding month last year. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

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  • Favorability of Vice President Mike Pence U.S. 2020

    Oct 7, 2020 | Politics & Government

    As of October 2020, 39 percent of U.S. adults surveyed had a very unfavorable opinion of Vice President Mike Pence, while 30 percent of respondents had a very favorable opinion of him.

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  • Favorability rating of Kamala Harris U.S. October 2020

    Oct 7, 2020 | Elections

    As of September 2020, 35 percent of U.S. adults surveyed said they had a very unfavorable opinion of the Democratic Vice Presidential candidate, Kamala Harris. On the other hand, 18 percent said they had a somewhat favorable opinion of her.

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  • European preference for the winner of the United States presidential election 2020

    Oct 4, 2020 | Demographics

    Nearly 80 percent of individuals in Denmark want Joe Biden to win the presidential election in 2020, which is the highest percentage among the provided European countries. Similarly, only 11 percent of Germans want Donald Trump to win the election, while 71 percent would like Joe Biden to win the presidency. Support for Trump is highest in Italy, where 20 percent of people would prefer the incumbent to win over Biden.

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  • Length of life and cause of death of U.S. presidents 1799-2020

    Oct 5, 2020 | Historical Data

    Since 1789, the United States has had 44 different men serve as president, of which five are still alive today (officially there have been 45 presidents, as Grover Cleveland is counted twice). The life expectancy of U.S. presidents is just under 72 years; incumbent president Donald Trump is currently 74 years old, while Democratic candidate Joe Biden would be 78 at the time of his inauguration, if he were to win the 2020 election. Eight presidents have died while in office, including four who were assassinated by gunshot, and four who died of natural causes. The president who died at the youngest age was John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated at 46 years old in Texas in 1963; Kennedy was also the youngest man ever elected to the office of president. The longest living president in history is Jimmy Carter, who celebrated his 96th birthday on October 1, and the youngest currently-living president is Barack Obama, who will turn sixty in August 2021. The most recent death of a president occurred in 2018, when George H. W. Bush (the oldest ever president at the time) passed away after a long battle with Parkinson's disease. The most common cause of death for U.S. presidents is via a heart attack, heart failure or cardiovascular disease; one quarter of all U.S. presidents have died due to these causes, most recently, Gerald R. Ford, who passed away due to cardiovascular disease in 2006. A further eight presidents have passed away due to a stroke, including Richard Nixon, who died in 1994. George Washington The U.S.' first president, George Washington, died after developing a severe inflammation of the throat, which modern scholars suspect to have been epiglottitis; however, many suspect that it was the treatments used to treat this illness that ultimately led to his death. After spending a prolonged period in cold and wet weather, Washington fell ill and ordered his doctor to let one pint of blood from his body. As his condition deteriorated, his doctors removed a further four pints in an attempt to cure him (the average human has between eight and twelve pints of blood in their body). Washington passed away within two days of his first symptoms showing, leading many to believe that this was due to medical malpractice and not due to the inflammation in his throat. Bloodletting was one of the most common and accepted medical practices from ancient Egyptian and Greek times until the nineteenth century, when doctors began to realize how ineffective it was; today, it is only used to treat extremely rare conditions, and its general practice is heavily discouraged. Zachary Taylor Another rare and disputed cause of death for a U.S. president was that of Zachary Taylor, who died sixteen months into his first term in office. Taylor had been celebrating the Fourth of July in the nation's capital in 1850, where he began to experience stomach cramps after eating copious amounts of cherries, other fruits and iced milk. As his condition worsened, he drank a large amount of water in an attempt to alleviate his symptoms, but to no avail. Taylor died of gastroenteritis five days later, after being treated with a heavy dose of drugs and bloodletting. The most commonly accepted theories for his illness are that the ice used in the milk and the water consumed afterwards were contaminated with cholera, and that this was further exacerbated by the large amounts of acid in his from eating so much fruit. There are some suggestions that recovery was feasible, but the actions of his doctors had made this impossible. Additionally, there have been conspiracy theories suggesting that Taylor was poisoned by pro-slavery secessionists from the Southern States, although there appears to be no evidence to back this up.

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  • Comparison of influenza, pneumonia and COVID-19 deaths in England & Wales in 2020

    Oct 8, 2020 | Diseases

    Between January and August 2020, there has been approximately 48.2 thousand deaths in England and Wales with COVID-19 as an underlying cause. As illustrated in the table, the number of deaths as a result of COVID-19 are much higher than from either pneumonia or influenza. There has been over three times the number of deaths from COVID-19 than pneumonia and influenza so far in 2020. The overall number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the UK can be found here. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

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  • Confirmed, death and recovery cases of COVID-19 in Greater China 2020, by region

    Oct 6, 2020 | Diseases

    A new SARS-like coronavirus has spread around China since its outbreak in Wuhan - the capital of central China’s Hubei province. As of October 6, 2020, there were 398 active cases with symptoms in Greater China. The pandemic has caused a significant impact in the country's economy.Fast-moving epidemic    In Wuhan, over 3.8 thousand deaths were registered in the heart of the outbreak. The total infection number surged on February 12, 2020 in Hubei province. After a change in official methodology for diagnosing and counting cases, thousands of new cases were added to the total figure. There is little knowledge about how the virus that originated from animals transferred to humans. While human-to-human transmission has been confirmed, other transmission routes through aerosol and fecal-oral are also possible. The deaths from the current virus COVID-19 (formally known as 2019-nCoV) has surpassed the toll from the SARS epidemic of 2002 and 2003. Key moments in the Chinese coronavirus timeline The doctor in Wuhan, Dr. Li Wenliang, who first warned about the new strain of coronavirus was silenced by the police. It was announced on February 7, 2020 that he died from the effects of the coronavirus infection. His death triggered a national backlash over freedom of speech on Chinese social media. On March 18, 2020, the Chinese government reported no new domestically transmissions for the first time after a series of quarantine and social distancing measures had been implemented. On March 31, 2020, the National Health Commission (NHC) in China started reporting the infection number of symptom-free individuals who tested positive for coronavirus. Before that, asymptomatic cases had not been included in the Chinese official count. China lifted ten-week lockdown on Wuhan on April 8, 2020. Daily life was returning slowly back to normal in the country. On April 17, 2020, health ities in Wuhan revised its death toll, adding some 1,290 fatalities in its total count.

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  • Print advertising revenue in India FY 2009-2022

    Sep 30, 2020 | Advertising

    The revenue from print advertising across India in financial year 2020 was about 198 billion Indian rupees. This was a drop from the previous fiscal year due to the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which also reflected in the decreased projected revenues.

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