Coronavirus, a global balance
COVID-19 has a paralyzed economy, stopped travel and frightened world population. How big is the problem?
The pandemic has affected various sectors of the world economy. / Photo: Unsplash
LatinamericanPost| Juan Manuel Londoño
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Here at LatinAmericanPost we have the balance updated to March 17 of the scope of the coronavirus globally.
Global number of deaths:
Global number of infected
Countries without confirmed cases
Papua New Guinea
Sao Tome and Principe
The countries with the most cases
Number of cases: 80,881
Number of deaths: 3,226
Number of cases: 27,980
Number of deaths: 2,158
Number of cases: 14,991
Number of deaths: 853
Number of cases: 8,320
Number of deaths: 81
Number of cases: 11,178
Number of deaths: 491
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Countries that have restricted entry to all foreigners
Argentina (Does not apply to permanent residents)
Canada (Exempt Americans)
El Salvador (Does not apply to diplomats and permanent residents)
India (Does not apply to diplomatic, official, UN or international organizations, employment visas and projects)
Philippines (All trips to and from the capital of Manila)
Jordan (All flights suspended since March 17)
The European Union closes its borders
On March 16 it was announced that all countries within the European Union closed their borders, only allowing "non-essential travel".
Canceled sports leagues
The Champions League, Premier League and La Europa League have suspended all their games.
The DOW Jones records its worst drop in history
The S&P 500 fell by 12%
The Dow Jones index closed at 2,999 points, 12.9% down.
The Nasdaq Composite closed down 12.3%.