The Coronavirus Alert

Coronavirus Alert

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The world is fast approaching a tipping point in the spread of the coronavirus, according to experts, who warn that the disease is outpacing efforts to contain it. The international community needed to act quickly before the narrowing “window of opportunity” closed completely. The tipping point after which our ability to prevent a global pandemic ends seems a lot closer after the past 24 hours. Fast isolation of even mild cases in affected areas is important for preventing substantial person-to-person transmission. It is critical that public health guidelines are followed.

Update 02/09/2020: The coronavirus outbreak has killed at least 811 people and infected more than 37,500 globally as it continues to spread beyond China. 

The deadly coronavirus outbreak that's infected more than 37,500 globally and more deaths than the SARS epidemic in the early 2000s spurred China's government on Sunday to address the growing shortage of medical equipment.

We need your help to provide N95 Medical mask, medical goggles, medical overalls, eye-shields, testing kits, hand sanitizers, gloves, infrared thermometers. Protection gear for medical workers is short supply. The coronavirus can have an impact that spans other diseases, future years, distant continents and disparate health systems.

Coronavirus Worldwide Health Alert. Help Stop The Spread.


Typhoon Bailu

Typhoon Bailu Donate To Support The Victims Of The Storm.

Typhoon Bailu makes landfall in China

Typhoon Bailu

  • We are providing food, water and shelter to the victims of the storm.
  • More than 48,000 people were evacuated before Typhoon Bailu made landfall in China early Sunday. 
  • Typhoon Bailu made landfall in East China's Fujian province on Sunday after killing at least one person in Taiwan and two in the Philippines.
  • An 18-year-old motorcycle rider died shortly before midnight in Tainan, Taiwan, after hitting a fallen tree, a disaster response official said. At least nine people have been injured in Taiwan, including a 79-year-old man who was knocked off his motorcycle and another man of the same age injured by glass that sprayed into his home, the government's disaster response center said.
  • Eighteen people, including 14 tourists, were stranded by a landslide in Taiwan on Saturday. Most of the tourists were in Hualien county, which saw as much as 23 inches of rain since Thursday. 
  • About 450 people were evacuated around the island and 12,000 households were without power late Saturday afternoon.
  • In the Philippines, a 17-year-old girl died when her family's house in Ilocos Norte collapsed after it was hit by a landslide Saturday, Xinhua, the Chinese news agency, reported. Two other children, ages 11 and 9, in another village also were injured in a landslide. 
  • A 37-year-old man in Laoag City died in floodwaters that also hit the northern Philippine city. China Disaster Relief Donate!

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