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  1. Jan 21, 2022 · Fri, 01/21/2022 - 12:19. At the request of the Pima County Health Department, the Federal Emergency Management Agency Region 9 will fund a drive-through COVID-19 testing site at the Pima Community College West Campus, 2202 W. Anklam Road, starting Monday, Jan. 24. Site hours are Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

  2. Jan 21, 2022 · Arizona on Saturday reported over 3,000 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases for the first time in six days as virus-related hospitalizations during the current surge remained above 2,000. 5:02 ...

  3. Jan 22, 2022 · View the COVID-19 Case, Laboratory, and Hospital Data Dashboard. State-level case, laboratory, and hospital data updated daily by 5:00 p.m. MT, excluding Sundays and holidays. Data are current as of 1/22/2022. Case data are based on surveillance system records provided by the public health districts. Public health district data will be updated ...

  4. Jan 20, 2022 · JIC RELEASE NO. 928 - Distribution of Free At-Home, Rapid COVID-19 Test Kits to Guam; Closure of Bureau of Economic Security Office - Northern Location. Press Release. Posted on Date: 01/19/2022 12:15 pm. Guam residents can now place orders of at-home, rapid COVID-19 test kits online, limited to four free tests per residential or mailing address.

  5. 3 days ago · Diagnostic patient (Case-10), a 45-year-old Myanmar national, had a close contact with Case-05, and was placed under hospital quarantine on 28 March 2020. His biological specimens were also collected for a COVID-19 laboratory test and the results came back as positive on the next day.

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    The situation continues to change rapidly. Please follow the weekly situation reports from the World Health Organization (WHO). Check out the most up-to-date statistics from Johns Hopkins University or Worldometers. In late December 2019, people in Wuhan, China began to get sick with a previously unknown pneumonia, marking the beginning of a new infectious disease, later identified as a new type of coronavirus. The International Committee on the Taxonomy of Viruses selected the name severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) to represent that the new virus is a sister of the original SARS virus. The disease the virus causes was named coronavirus disease 2019(COVID-19) by WHO. The Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) and its partners at Candid are tracking philanthropic donations to this outbreak. As of Dec. 15, 2021, total donations received stood at $26.7 billion. Note: Candid is updating its tracking database so no new donations will be added until March 2022.

    The numbers change quickly and vary depending upon which source you use to track. The following are the latest updates and numbers, as of Jan. 21, 2022, from Worldometersand a variety of other sources: Worldwide 1. In its Jan. 18 Epidemiological Update, the WHO said, “Globally, the number of new COVID-19 cases increased in the past week (10-16 January 2022), while the number of new deaths remained similar to that of the previous week. Across the six WHO regions, over 18 million new cases were reported this week, a 20% increase, as compared to the previous week. Over 45 000 new deaths were also reported. As of 16 January, over 323 million confirmed cases and over 5.5 million deaths have been reported worldwide. Despite a slowdown of the increase in case incidence at the global level, all regions reported an increase in the incidence of weekly cases with the exception of the African Region, which reported a 27% decrease. The South-East Asia region reported the largest increase in new...

    As this disease continues to spread across the world and emerge in new countries, despite the implementation of vaccines, the needs of communities and responding NGOs, governments and medical facilities are becoming clearer. As the pandemic continues into its second year, some key areas still need attention, although these vary depending upon the stage of the pandemic in a particular community. There is a distinct split internationally and domestically in terms of needs and a split between higher-income and lower-middle-income countries, on a global level. 1. Unrestricted access to timely and accurate information. Many people around the world do not have accurate information about COVID-19 because they may not have access to it or the information may only be available through a gatekeeper. Even when they do have access, the information may be out of date or not factually correct. People have the right to unrestricted access to accurate and timely information so that they can make in...

    CDP has a COVID-19 Response Fund that provides an opportunity for donors to meet the ongoing and ever-expanding challenges presented by this virus. As of August 2021, CDP has granted more than $28.3 million to 144 organizations working in the U.S. and abroad. Plan your giving in response to COVID-19. Do not just react to the latest media report. Research the facts and the organizations that are responding. There is a lot of misinformation being circulated. The WHO and the CDC COVID-19 websites are recommended sources of timely, reliable information. CDP works to stay updated on who is responding and is happy to discuss needs with responding funders. There are going to be multiple phases and needs in this crisis – the medical response situation, support for research and assisting vulnerable people who have been impacted. Match your giving to one of these areas or decide how you will transition funds as needs change. You may want to allocate your giving in a few ways: 1. Give to Funds...

    If you would like to make a philanthropic contribution to the CDP COVID-19 Response Fund, please contact development@disasterphilanthropy.org. If you are a responding NGO or a donor, please send updates on how you are working in this crisis to tanya.gulliver-garcia@disasterphilanthropy.org. If you are a donor looking for recommendations on how to help in this crisis, please email regine.webster@disasterphilanthropy.org. Note: If you are an individual within the U.S. affected by this disaster, we encourage you to call your local 211 to see what resources are available in your communityor look at the 2-1-1 COVID-19 Resources Page.

    Philanthropy Resources 1. CDP hosted a webinar series COVID-19 Series: Strategic Approaches for Funders and all recordings are available here. 2. CDP Issue Insight: Pandemics and Infectious Diseases 3. Candid: Funding for Coronavirus 4. Council on Foundations: Coronavirus resource hub, including Call to Action and variety of resources. 5. Resources from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy CDC/WHO Resources 1. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) 2. CDC: COVID data tracker 3. WHO: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak 4. WHO myth bustersaddressing fake information about the virus 5. European Center for Disease Prevention and Control’s update page on COVID-19 6. WHO: Equity in immunization Other Resources 1. CNN: The latest on coronavirus pandemic and Omicron variant 2. Wall Street Journal: Biden, in shift, prepares Americans to see Covid-19 as part of life 3. Deseret: We can’t give COVID booster shots every six months, Oxfor...

  6. Jan 23, 2022 · The Pacific island nation of Samoa entered a 48-hour lockdown on Saturday after COVID-19 tests for 15 passengers on a flight from Australia came back positive.The nation of roughly 200,000 people will remain under lockdown until Monday evening, according to a press release from the Samoan government.The release detailed restrictions that would be put in place during the lockdown, including a ...

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