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Chile

By |2020-04-06T09:32:06-10:00March 20th, 2020|

By: Javier Gonzalez First case of COVID-19 detected in Chile was March 3rd with one person (a doctor) who went for vacation to South East Asia. Next day his wife was detected with COVID-19, they were at their honeymoon in that location of Asia (Thai, Vietnam). From that day until now, we have a total of 434 people with COVID-19. The authorities last Saturday upgraded from Phase 3 to Phase 4. National boundaries (air, maritime and land) was closed. On March 18, President Piñera declared Exceptional State of Catastrophe, that means the Military Forces takes control of the country by Regional [...]

Tonga

By |2020-03-30T11:32:16-10:00March 19th, 2020|

COVID-19 Impact Sione Talanoa My Personal Views Any health threat such as COVID-19 whether originated from any particular country or state should be considered as an international threat in the sense that no one could predict the spreading potential and limitless power of the threat. There is no boundary for any health issue as we have witnessed for the COVID-19, SAR outbreak in 2003, EBOLA threat in most African countries since 1976 and various flu pandemics and epidemics. With this view in hand, we expect aggressive and effective international response to minimize or even eradicate the health threat thus preventing an [...]