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The story of Emperor John "The Avatar of Jesus"/Imparat Ioan "Avatarul lui Iisus"

2020.10.30 21:17 NewRomanian The story of Emperor John "The Avatar of Jesus"/Imparat Ioan "Avatarul lui Iisus"

The years under the Bulgars
Independence and growth
The story of Ioan begins during his times as a vassal to the Tsardom of Bulgaria, having inherited from his father the counties of the duchy of Oltenia, though not the duchy itself, and the county just west of his oltenian stronghold, being a vassal of the duke of Muntenia. Ioan was a fairly complex man, being highly zealous but also a very content man, and this would cause him at first to be a loyal vassal to his muntenian overlord, however over time relations would sour between them due to the decadence of the muntenian duke, resulting in his most important decision when he was 23 years old. He would become free of muntenian yoke and become a direct vassal of the Tsar, to become a bulwark against the north so neither barbarians nor decadence may take over the wallachian holds of the Tsardom.
This would result in his first war of independence shortly after, after all, how could he become the bulwark to protect christendom against heathens, heretics, barbarians and decadence while the vassal of a decadent ruler? The war was won surprisingly easy as although the muntenian duke had more resources in total Ioan was a far greater commander and was able to use his lesser resource much more effectively, winning the war in less than a year and distinguishing himself rapidly as an adept commander. However, shortly after the decadent Tsar Boris would throw him under the vassalage of the duke of Ohrid, who had no right to be his liege and probably only became such due to being related to Tsar Boris and begging him for someone as skilled as Ioan to be his vassal. The second war of independence would be won as well fairly easily due to his military prowess but upon returning home to Severin Ioan would find a message that made him detest the Tsar nearly to the point of rebellion, only Tsar Boris’ power and Ioan’s content nature keeping him from doing such, as he had barely come back from his campaign for independence from the duke of Ohrid that he had once more become a vassal of the very same duke, making his war meaningless.
However, on the 20th of September 887 Boris would die and would be succeeded by Tsar Vladimir “the Evil”, and with this succession the attitude of the Tsardom towards Ioan would also change drastically. On the 15th of October 888, only 11 days after it’s creation, the duchy of Cenad was handed to Ioan by Tsar Vladimir. This would begin a friendship between Tsar Vladimir and Ioan as Ioan would grow to respect the cunning and capable Vladimir even for his borderline barbarophile views and craven nature, while Vladimir would grow to hold Ioan’s military prowess in high regard as Ioan became a renowned commander of the Tsardom winning victory’s consistently for the Tsardom. This is also when Ioan’s ascension would truly begin as he would then use a claim he had fabricated to conquer the duchy of Muntenia so as to increase his military capability to better hold back the barbarian tides of the north, officially becoming duke of Muntenia on the 4th of July 889.
The Hungarian rivalry
For a while, his growth as duke of both Cenad and Muntenia would bring great prosperity to the realm as he would transform from a mere count into easily the strongest vassal in the realm, having over 6500 men, nearly as much as the Tsar himself, however due to his content nature and Tsar Vladimir’s kindness towards him he’d grown rather fond of the Tsar’s, finding them useful allies in his position as bulwark of the north for orthodoxy, brother of the anatolian rulers who held a title similar to his but in the east. However, his high of power would soon end as on the 13th of December 897 Arpad would conquer the majority of Pannonia with a horde so great not even the full might of Janos could stop him, especially since he had been severely weakened by another war recently reducing his army to only a 6th of it’s normal size, at 6 thousand men. Over the course of multiple wars Arpad would push further into Bulgaria’s lands within Pannonia, each time making sure to personally siege Severin, capturing the children and even wife at one point of Ioan, turning her into his concubine for the rest of her life as his army remained untouchable even by Ioan, with all of his military expertise, resulting in the deep hatred for all magyars Ioan would display later in life.
Total defeat at the hands of the mongol hordes
The end of the Roman Empire and the Tsardom
When news first appeared of the mongol horde rapidly moving towards the middle east, Ioan was happy, the muslims would likely be weakened severely whether they’d fend him off or not, and the mongol horde would likely fall upon attempting to enter the fortified themes of Anatolia, and from there the Roman Empire could extend it’s reach back across the levant and the holy land itself, possibly resulting in a full rebirth of Rome, and if that were to be the case he would be it’s most loyal servant when it came back. However, that was not to be as instead of falling at the gates of Constantinople the Mongol horde would push through the Anatolian lands like a knife through butter, punching into Anatolia in 937 and conquering the holiest, most impenetrable of cities, Constantinople, on the 15th of October 941, effectively ending the dream of the Roman Empire resurging and bringing forth the word of christ to all corners of the world as Rome was left as nothing but a rump state in Hellas. It would only be 4 years until on the 21st of September 945 that Tarnovo as well, conquering the two cities Ioan had sworn to himself he would protect with his life in the name of christianity.
A humiliating vassalage
Not long after the fall of Tarnovo, seeing that the Tsar can no longer protect himself, so much so his own vassals, Ioan decided to declare independence from the Tsardom as to not be caught in it’s fall as well, however as the mongols eyed him up hungrily he was forced eventually to do something that even to this day he does not wish to speak of, he was forced to become a part of the realm of the Magyars, which by this point had converted to orthodoxy, being ruled by the the Great Grandson of Arpad, Linutika II “the Tormentor”, which was a surprisingly unfit title just as Vladimir “the Evil”’s had been, though due to his direct ancestry from Arpad he was still a monster in the eyes of Ioan, one which he only joined under due to his power as Ioan saw the need to continue his realm’s survival as much as possible, lest orthodoxy die at the hands of the demonic mongols who had taken both Constantinople and Tarnovo like they were nothing.
During his time he would begin growing his power base within the Magyar Kingdom, taking back over the lands of the duchy of Cenad and through military conquest conquering the entirety of Moldavia, which would go on to be a land he would mostly to completely hold as his own to this very day, keeping the prime regions of what we nowadays know as little Romania directly under himself and united at all times.
The mongols finally do something good
Although the vast Mongol Empire had split into multiple states on the 1st of January 959, it’s remnants, specifically the Ilkhanate which inherited all of Persia, Mesopotamia, Anatolia and Hellas, and the Golden Horde which inherited Scythia and the Kievan Rus’ lands, would remain a threat to Ioan for a long time after the death of their great khan. With that however finally the mongols under Kokochu would do something that Ioan didn’t feel completely enraged from, as on the 16th of January 879 they would conquer the majority of Pannonia, taking Cenad from Ioan again, but leaving the rest of his lands mostly unharmed, and thus he saw it as a win seeing as the magyar barbarians finally got a taste of their own rapey medicine once and for all, and simply declared independence once more, this time from the rump state of Magyaroszag.
The slow fall of the mongols
After getting his independence, Ioan was pleasantly surprised to see how for some reason not known even to this day both Ilkhanate and Golden Horde both seemed to have zero interest in his lands, leaving him to simply exist within his seemingly encircled pocket of christendom while they raped and pillaged wherever they could outside.
This would be a time of surprising prosperity for the kingdom of Wallachia as it’s regions would remain unmolested by foreign invaders allowing Ioan to build his strength massively. This prosperity was significantly increased as well when on the 9th of June 996 Ioan would conquer the duchy of Chersonos from Saulvedis “the Conqueror” who had conquered it 21 years earlier while the mongols were still expanding and had miraculously managed to hold onto it during that entire time. After this conquest Ioan would set up the nowadays highly renowned Merchant Republic of Chersonos with his son Valentin “the Unchaste” as first Doge of the republic, which is nowadays famed as one of the greatest merchant republics in all of history, sending merchants from from the black sea across the entire mediteranean and atlantic coast by the 13th century and across most of the world by the 16th century, being on one of the main routes of the silk road having made it titanically rich allowing for these investments across the world.
However, by this point the first of the 5 dreaded plagues would hit the world for the first time, killing thousands across the world including many of Ioan’s own family.
In the meantime, the two nearby successor states of the Mongol Empire would finally begin their slow decline as the Ilkhanate officially became an apostolic empire, laying claim to the ancient empire of Eran, also known as Persia, and viewing himself as an armenian moreso than a mongol, bringing a weird turn to the successor state during his ascension in 990. The Golden Horde on the other hand wasn’t nearly as lucky as they would find themselves rapidly destabilizing from 967 to 1013 as they would go from a Tengri Khan to a Catholic one, back to a tengri one and then finally just before the collapse of the Golden horde a Catholic one in 1013, the very same year the Golden horde ceased to be as it collapsed into many different hordes.
Sadly for Ioan and the world, the second of the five dreaded plagues would appear, this time in Iceland, and begin expanding outwards encompassing the entire world once more in sickness and death, likely adding greatly to the already highly unstable situations across the world
By 1018 things would begin to change meanwhile in the south extremely drastically as Bedugun “the Tormenter” would be installed by faction demand on the throne of Eran, transforming Eran back into a mongol Empire, but transforming it from an apostolic one into a Budhist one as Bedugun seemed to have grown inspired by the eastern peoples and adopted a militaristic version of one of their faiths and, extremely surprisingly, finally stabilizing the Empire of Eran under buddhism for the next century.
Over the next century Ioan would begin a series of wars known as the “Recuceririle” or “Reconquests”, in which he would, as the name implies, reconquer much of the land lost to the mongol horde, reconquering Constantinople by 1052 and declaring officially the Empire of Wallachia on the 1st of September 1055, with this date later being declared a national holiday known as “Ziua Renașterii Ortodoxe” or the “Day of the Rebirth of Orthodoxy”, being seen officially as the day Orthodoxy began it’s steep climb back from near death.
By the13th of August 1128, the date Eran was officially gone as a state, Ioan had conquered in the name of Christianity the entirety of Bulgaria, Georgia, Alania, Qazarstan, Scythia and most of Trebizond and the helespont itself, although by this point would would be known as the Dacispont as the entire region had officially became of romanian culture due to the kind hand of Ioan slowly converting them into romanians as the time passed, though the fact that by this point the third of the dreaded plagues had appeared in Constanta no less had likely helped to heavily depopulate the region beforehand anyways so the bringing of romanian settlers was rather helpful to it’s conversion to romanian culture. This was also around the time Konstantinoupolis was renamed to Ioanisdava after petitions from the region which declared it was time for the third chapter of the region, ending the roman chapter of Konstantinoupolis just as it had ended the hellenic chapter of Byzantion.
Sainthood and the Eternal Empire
By this point in time people had begun realizing that Imparat Ioan was in fact nearly 300 years old, which was rather obviously extremely above the normal age of man, however while some claimed him to be demonic in nature, others say how extremely pious he was and how he had not only set up a new Kievan Rus under the mongol Bolkhadar who he had personally converted to orthodoxy, not to mention his zealousness, virtue, and not only reconquest but personal reconversion of all of Anatolia and Pannonia and personal conversion of Scythia and the Caucasus region, easily putting him on the same level if not even high above that of a apostle, as such after much consideration Ioan was declared a living saint for his extreme virtue, zealotry and contributions to the church and orthodox people.
The Brothers war
Around this time on the 28th of January 1105 all the way to the 6th of July 1106 there would also be the highly renowned “Brothers War” as it was called, being a war between the brother churches of orthodoxy and catholicism over the county of Traianoupolis which a noble within the Thema of Bulgaria had used a favor on Ioan to get him to declare war over. The reason this war was such a great one was because it was against the pope who had taken Hellas for himself in a show of greed in the middle of a crusade, and at who’s defence came the entirety of Germania, Italia and Lotharingia to defend the papal holds within Traianoupolis, and many at the time had believed Ioan would finally fall to his own arrogance of believing he could defeat the catholic world. What the world did not know however was that for the last 100 years Ioan hadd only been using a mere fraction of his empire’s strength, using a combination of mercenaries, retinues and personal levies to raise an entire 21 thousand men single handedly without the sight of even a single vassal troop. Sadly for the papal forces, this 100 year period of total peace for the armies of the many themes of Wallachia would be ended that year as the full might of the Wallachia Empire was brought forth, resulting in Wallachia fighting the papal coalition with it’s full 50k strong might and winning what should’ve been a long and protracted war at best and total humiliation at worst in a single year proving the undefeatability of the Wallachian Empire under Ioan “the Living saint”.
The wise man who was believed insane
The next 100 years would be fairly interesting for all of Wallachia as the entirety of Anatolia would be incorporated into the Wallachian Empire with the empire now being seen as a truly legitimate one with the entire black sea as it’s De Jure lands, however surprisingly after this Ioan would bring forth an unprecedented era of peace for the next 100 years as many started believing his advanced age may have finally started catching up to him and believing him insane after he began a series of reforms that among other things reformed the entire prison system of the empire into one of reform instead of punishment and slowly but surely made women completely equal to men legally and culturally, which we now know to have been not madness, but instead merely Ioan realizing how flawed the world was and deciding to try to make the world as virtuous as he could and as much so as possible as Jesus would’ve wanted, removing violence and war and allowing his people to finally take a breath of fresh air from the constant war to prosper and live their lives. When looking back onto this period although this hasn’t been confirmed by him many believe the reason for his decision to suddenly change everything may have also been heavily influenced by the death of his great great great great granddaughter Petra and her daughter Stana to the third wave of the dreaded plague.
It is believed these along with many other deaths to the dreaded plagues were the reason he began what is nowadays known as “The Medical Revolution”, investing in a genuine wall of hospitals around the entirety of little Romania and hospitals all across it as well, though the project would be too early to stop the 4th of the dreaded plagues from penetrating little Romania for the first time in history during the 5th dreaded plague a region of the world was finally completely free of plague for the entire duration of the plague, that region having been Oltenia, the deepest imperial heartland of the Wallachian Empire which was second only to Ioanisdava in how wealthy it was at the time, though with time would grow to outshine even the eternal city of Ioanisdava as Severin would become the new eternal city of the world.
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2020.10.30 05:47 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 30OCT20

Summary As Of: 30OCT20 @ 04:25 GMT
Countries 216 + 2
Cases 45,346,910
Deaths 1,186,385
Recovered 32,995,341
Active Cases 11,165,184
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 208 2 6
Cases 45,346,910 84 109
Deaths 1,186,385 2 0
Rcvrd 32,995,341 82 109

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
28OCT 507,541 7,116 276,962
29OCT 545,903 7,172 266,003
30OCT 33,544 647 9,285

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,770,644 42,404 1,444,291
Asia 13,501,707 240,161 11,968,342
Europe 9,432,569 260,204 3,664,620
N A 11,021,955 349,900 7,329,638
Oceania 37,453 970 32,577
S A 9,581,861 292,731 8,555,214

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 9,212,767+ 234,177+ 5,983,345+
India 8,088,851+ 121,131 7,373,375+
Brazil 5,496,402 159,033 4,954,159
Russia 1,581,693 27,301 1,186,041
France 1,282,769 36,020 115,287
Spain 1,238,922 35,639 N/A
Argentina 1,143,800 30,442 946,134
Colombia 1,053,122 30,926 950,348
UK 965,340 45,955 N/A
Mexico 912,811+ 90,773+ 668,667+
Peru 897,594 34,362 819,717
South Africa 721,770 19,164 649,935
Italy 616,595 38,122 279,282
Iran 596,941 34,113 472,598
Chile 507,050 14,118 483,922
Germany 498,353 10,435 339,200
Iraq 467,755 10,815 394,386
Bangladesh 404,760 5,886 321,281
Indonesia 404,048 13,701 329,778
Belgium 392,258+ 11,308+ 24,443+
Philippines 376,935 7,147 329,848
Turkey 370,832 10,099 320,762
Ukraine 370,417 6,868 151,632
Saudi Arabia 346,482 5,363 333,005
Pakistan 332,186+ 6,795+ 313,527+
Netherlands 330,255 7,258 N/A
Poland 319,205 5,149 129,267
Israel 313,114 2,508 299,439
Czechia 310,068+ 2,862+ 128,628+
Romania 229,040 6,764 163,852
Canada 228,542 10,074 191,209
Morocco 212,038 3,572 174,911
Ecuador 166,302 12,622 141,759
Nepal 164,718 904 124,862
Switzerland 145,044 2,200 65,100
Bolivia 141,484+ 8,705+ 110,759+
Portugal 132,616 2,428 75,702
Qatar 132,150 231 129,124
Panama 132,045 2,678 108,342
UAE 130,336 488 126,147
Dominican Republic 125,913 2,234 103,944
Kuwait 124,666 767 115,475
Sweden 121,167 5,934 N/A
Oman 114,434 1,208 103,060
Kazakhstan 111,492+ 1,825 106,187+
Costa Rica 107,570 1,357 65,666
Egypt 107,209 6,247 99,273
Guatemala 106,790 3,704 96,187
Japan 98,852 1,733 91,322
Belarus 96,529 973 85,332
Honduras 96,150+ 2,661+ 39,804+
Ethiopia 95,301 1,457 50,753
Austria 93,949 1,056 63,366
Venezuela 91,280+ 789+ 85,897+
China 85,940+ 4,634 80,967+
Armenia 85,034 1,272 53,257
Bahrain 81,262 317 78,102
Lebanon 77,778 610 39,123
Moldova 74,233 1,747 54,495
Hungary 68,127 1,634 17,469
Uzbekistan 66,392 561 63,581
Jordan 65,385 740 7,508
Nigeria 62,521 1,141 58,249
Paraguay 62,050 1,373 41,800
Ireland 60,297 1,902 23,364
Libya 59,656 831 33,550
Singapore 57,994 28 57,899
Kyrgyzstan 57,798 1,139 49,097
Algeria 57,332 1,949 39,635
Tunisia 54,278 1,153 5,032
Azerbaijan 53,152 708 42,516
Kenya 52,612 964 35,604
Palestine 52,571 473 45,448
Slovakia 51,728 200 12,227
Myanmar 50,403 1,199 30,007
Bulgaria 48,150 1,225 19,695
Ghana 48,055+ 320 47,169+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 46,639 1,182 27,580
Denmark 44,034 716 33,601
Croatia 43,775 511 29,233
Serbia 43,592 809 31,536
Afghanistan 41,268 1,532 34,239
Georgia 35,567 273 16,904
Greece 35,510 615 9,989
El Salvador 33,445 967 29,186
Slovenia 30,705 292 10,401
Malaysia 30,090 246 19,757
North Macedonia 29,558 977 19,994
Australia 27,580+ 907 25,240+
S. Korea 26,385+ 463+ 24,227+
Cameroon 21,793 426 20,117
Ivory Coast 20,628 124 20,310
Albania 20,315 499 11,007
Norway 19,564 281 11,863
Montenegro 17,746 290 13,727
Madagascar 16,968 244 16,301
Luxembourg 16,356 150 9,865
Zambia 16,325 348 15,585
Senegal 15,593 323 14,660
Finland 15,566 354 11,300
Sudan 13,772 837 6,764
Lithuania 13,088 150 4,582
Namibia 12,858 133 10,972
Mozambique 12,525 91 10,001
Uganda 12,201 108 7,461
Guinea 12,020 71 10,550
Maldives 11,616 37 10,733
DRC 11,211 305 10,509
Tajikistan 10,939 82 10,128
French Guiana 10,425 70 9,995
Angola 10,269 275 3,736
Sri Lanka 9,791 19 4,142
Haiti 9,057 232 7,429
Gabon 8,957 55 8,619
Jamaica 8,927 202 4,429
Cabo Verde 8,603 95 7,796
Zimbabwe 8,349 242 7,864
Mauritania 7,700 163 7,416
Guadeloupe 7,605 126 2,242
French Polynesia 7,262 29 4,842
Cuba 6,766 128 6,132
Botswana 6,642 24 4,676
Bahamas 6,607 138 4,257
Malawi 5,916 184 5,303
Eswatini 5,899 117 5,542
Malta 5,866 59 3,880
Trinidad and Tobago 5,636 107 4,293
Syria 5,633 281 1,898
Djibouti 5,558 61 5,431
Nicaragua 5,514 156 4,225
Réunion 5,472 22 4,630
Latvia 5,395 64 1,406
Hong Kong 5,314 105 5,073
Congo 5,290+ 92 3,887
Suriname 5,197+ 111 5,053+
Rwanda 5,131 35 4,851
Equatorial Guinea 5,083 83 4,964
CAR 4,863 62 1,924
Iceland 4,719 12 3,701
Estonia 4,671 73 3,684
Andorra 4,567 73 3,260
Aruba 4,472 37 4,286
Mayotte 4,366 44 2,964
Guyana 4,098 123 3,154
Cyprus 4,051 25 1,882
Somalia 3,941 104 3,185
Thailand 3,775+ 59 3,585+
Gambia 3,666 119 2,666
Martinique 3,552 30 98
Mali 3,537 136 2,686
Belize 3,382+ 56+ 2,127+
Uruguay 3,044 57 2,504
South Sudan 2,903 58 1,290
Benin 2,643 41 2,330
Burkina Faso 2,471 67 2,211
Guinea-Bissau 2,403 41 1,818
Sierra Leone 2,362 74 1,795
Togo 2,296+ 55+ 1,627+
Yemen 2,062 599 1,366
New Zealand 1,950+ 25 1,857+
Lesotho 1,947 43 975
Chad 1,473 97 1,307
Liberia 1,426 82 1,279
Niger 1,219 69 1,135
Vietnam 1,177 35 1,062
Curaçao 944 1 643
Sao Tome and Principe 944+ 16+ 904+
San Marino 928 42 721
Channel Islands 836 48 710
Sint Maarten 805 22 730+
Turks and Caicos 703 6 689
Gibraltar 688 0 584
Papua New Guinea 589+ 7 575+
Saint Martin 566 9 488
Burundi 560 1 511
Taiwan 553 7 513
Comoros 517 7 494
Tanzania 509 21 183
Faeroe Islands 494 0 479
Liechtenstein 476 1 265
Eritrea 461 0 405
Mauritius 439 10 389
Isle of Man 352 24 324
Monaco 347 2 264
Bhutan 346 0 316+
Mongolia 340 0 313+
Cambodia 291+ 0 283
Cayman Islands 239 1 218
Barbados 234 7 217
Bermuda 198 9 176
Caribbean Netherlands 153 3 145
Seychelles 153 0 149
Brunei 148 3 143
Antigua and Barbuda 124 3 115
St. Barth 83 0 67
Saint Lucia 76 0 27
St. Vincent Grenadines 74 0 70
Dominica 38 0 29
Fiji 34+ 2 31
Timor-Leste 30 0 29
Grenada 28 0 24
Vatican City 27 0 15
Laos 24 0 22
Greenland 17 0 16
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Solomon Islands 8 0 4
Marshall Islands 2 0 0
Total: 45,346,910 1,186,385 32,995,341

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 19
Total: 109 0 109

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
Fiji 33 2 31
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 117 4 113

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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2020.10.29 15:46 Panovenko Lost TV-film about Dwarf Nose.

Hello, Reddit. I have a request to you to find one film that can not be found for many years. But first, I'm going to tell you a story, whether you believe it or not is up to you.
In one Russian torrent tracker in 2011 was added a film from the GDR "Dwarf Nose" 1978, which is a screen version of the eponymous fairy tale by Hauff. In comments under this movie one user, whose words were confirmed later by other people, remembered that on the Soviet TV, except this and other screen versions, showed one more version which I and others want to find.
Soviet dubbing translated the name of the film simply as "Karlik-Nos" (Russian translation of the fairy tale's name) but the original title featured the word "Jacob". The name of the film was written in Latin Gothic script, and some letters had diacritical marks, after which users believe that the film was made by any country in Eastern Europe (except, maybe Czechoslovakia) with the participation of Western European or Scandinavian countries, because the film style was similar to the television adaptation from the BBC. However, this film adaptation was different from other films and TV series broadcast on Soviet TV, not the style, but the atmosphere, which was oppressive and gloomy. Also, the lost film was different, for example, from the aforementioned East German film adaptation of realistic touches, such as the animal costumes in the witch's house, her make-up and Dwarf Nose's make-up, transformed into a severed head cabbages, etc. Users also remember that Jacob before turning played beautiful young man with light hairs, owing that what is the difference between him and big-nosed hunchback could cause shock.
On Soviet TV this film was shown twice; the date of one of the shows could find out for sure: March 3, 1985 at 11:00 AM, it is also known that it was still shown on Bulgarian TV on December 7, 1985 at 06:10 PM, however, in the TV archives of Russia, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and some other countries this screen version could not be found.
Unfortunately, that's all the information I was able to gather. Sorry, but the first two topics, which began the search for the film, removed, but there were English translation of certain messages from the above tracker: https://longnose.ga/index.php/Unknown_Zwerg_Nase_film_horror_version And theme forum, where the search for the film continues (warning, русский язык): http://fenixclub.com/index.php?s=9efcc540d8f9c5b2ea7313d40846445c&showtopic=127718&st=0
P.S. I will be very grateful for any reliable information about this film.
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2020.10.29 08:24 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 29OCT20

Summary As Of: 29OCT20 @ 23:45 GMT
Countries 216 + 2
Cases 45,298,510
Deaths 1,185,619
Recovered 32,964,561
Active Cases 11,148,330
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 207 3 6
Cases 45,298,510 117 109
Deaths 1,185,619 4 0
Rcvrd 32,964,561 113 109

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
27OCT 462,489 7,047 269,938
28OCT 507,541 7,116 276,962
29OCT 531,047 7,053 244,508

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,770,484 42,402 1,444,250
Asia 13,499,280 240,140 11,965,748
Europe 9,402,564 260,030 3,655,723
N A 11,006,735 349,347 7,311,384
Oceania 37,437 970 32,541
S A 9,581,289 292,715 8,554,256

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 9,204,567+ 234,101+ 5,970,854+
India 8,088,046+ 121,131+ 7,371,898+
Brazil 5,496,402+ 159,033+ 4,954,159+
Russia 1,581,693+ 27,301+ 1,186,041+
France 1,282,769+ 36,020+ 115,287+
Spain 1,238,922+ 35,639+ N/A
Argentina 1,143,800+ 30,442+ 946,134+
Colombia 1,053,122+ 30,926+ 950,348+
UK 965,340+ 45,955+ N/A
Mexico 906,863+ 90,309+ 663,639+
Peru 897,594+ 34,362+ 819,717+
South Africa 721,770+ 19,164+ 649,935+
Italy 616,595+ 38,122+ 279,282+
Iran 596,941+ 34,113+ 472,598+
Chile 507,050+ 14,118+ 483,922+
Germany 498,353+ 10,435+ 339,200+
Iraq 467,755+ 10,815+ 394,386+
Bangladesh 404,760+ 5,886+ 321,281+
Indonesia 404,048+ 13,701+ 329,778+
Philippines 376,935+ 7,147+ 329,848+
Turkey 370,832+ 10,099+ 320,762+
Ukraine 370,417+ 6,868+ 151,632+
Belgium 368,337+ 11,170+ 23,969+
Saudi Arabia 346,482+ 5,363+ 333,005+
Pakistan 331,108+ 6,775+ 312,638+
Netherlands 330,255+ 7,258+ N/A
Poland 319,205+ 5,149+ 129,267+
Israel 313,114+ 2,508+ 299,439+
Czechia 303,984+ 2,826+ 120,205+
Romania 229,040+ 6,764+ 163,852+
Canada 228,542+ 10,074+ 191,209+
Morocco 212,038+ 3,572+ 174,911+
Ecuador 166,302+ 12,622+ 141,759
Nepal 164,718+ 904+ 124,862+
Switzerland 145,044+ 2,200+ 65,100
Bolivia 141,321+ 8,694+ 110,303+
Portugal 132,616+ 2,428+ 75,702+
Qatar 132,150+ 231+ 129,124+
Panama 132,045+ 2,678+ 108,342+
UAE 130,336+ 488+ 126,147+
Dominican Republic 125,913+ 2,234+ 103,944+
Kuwait 124,666+ 767+ 115,475+
Sweden 121,167+ 5,934+ N/A
Oman 114,434 1,208 103,060
Kazakhstan 111,100+ 1,825 106,059+
Costa Rica 107,570+ 1,357+ 65,666+
Egypt 107,209+ 6,247+ 99,273+
Guatemala 106,790+ 3,704+ 96,187+
Japan 98,852+ 1,733+ 91,322+
Belarus 96,529+ 973+ 85,332+
Ethiopia 95,301+ 1,457+ 50,753+
Honduras 95,199+ 2,652+ 39,126+
Austria 93,949+ 1,056+ 63,366+
Venezuela 90,876+ 784+ 85,402+
China 85,915+ 4,634 80,943+
Armenia 85,034+ 1,272+ 53,257+
Bahrain 81,262+ 317 78,102+
Lebanon 77,778+ 610+ 39,123+
Moldova 74,233+ 1,747+ 54,495+
Hungary 68,127+ 1,634+ 17,469+
Uzbekistan 66,392+ 561+ 63,581+
Jordan 65,385+ 740+ 7,508
Nigeria 62,521+ 1,141+ 58,249+
Paraguay 62,050+ 1,373+ 41,800+
Ireland 60,297+ 1,902+ 23,364
Libya 59,656+ 831+ 33,550+
Singapore 57,994+ 28 57,899+
Kyrgyzstan 57,798+ 1,139+ 49,097+
Algeria 57,332+ 1,949+ 39,635
Tunisia 54,278 1,153 5,032
Azerbaijan 53,152+ 708+ 42,516+
Kenya 52,612+ 964+ 35,604+
Palestine 52,571+ 473+ 45,448+
Slovakia 51,728+ 200+ 12,227+
Myanmar 50,403+ 1,199+ 30,007+
Bulgaria 48,150+ 1,225+ 19,695+
Ghana 47,991+ 320+ 47,136+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 46,639+ 1,182+ 27,580+
Denmark 44,034+ 716+ 33,601+
Croatia 43,775+ 511+ 29,233+
Serbia 43,592+ 809+ 31,536
Afghanistan 41,268+ 1,532+ 34,239+
Georgia 35,567+ 273+ 16,904+
Greece 35,510+ 615+ 9,989
El Salvador 33,445+ 967+ 29,186+
Slovenia 30,705+ 292+ 10,401+
Malaysia 30,090+ 246 19,757+
North Macedonia 29,558+ 977+ 19,994+
Australia 27,567+ 907 25,236+
S. Korea 26,271+ 462+ 24,168+
Cameroon 21,793 426 20,117
Ivory Coast 20,628+ 124 20,310+
Albania 20,315+ 499+ 11,007+
Norway 19,564+ 281+ 11,863
Montenegro 17,746+ 290+ 13,727+
Madagascar 16,968 244 16,301
Luxembourg 16,356+ 150+ 9,865+
Zambia 16,325+ 348 15,585+
Senegal 15,593+ 323+ 14,660+
Finland 15,566+ 354 11,300
Sudan 13,772+ 837 6,764
Lithuania 13,088+ 150+ 4,582+
Namibia 12,858+ 133 10,972+
Mozambique 12,525+ 91 10,001+
Uganda 12,201+ 108+ 7,461
Guinea 12,020+ 71 10,550+
Maldives 11,616+ 37 10,733+
DRC 11,211 305 10,509
Tajikistan 10,939+ 82 10,128+
French Guiana 10,425+ 70 9,995
Angola 10,269+ 275 3,736+
Sri Lanka 9,791+ 19 4,142+
Haiti 9,057+ 232 7,429+
Gabon 8,957+ 55+ 8,619+
Jamaica 8,927+ 202+ 4,429+
Cabo Verde 8,603+ 95+ 7,796+
Zimbabwe 8,349+ 242 7,864+
Mauritania 7,700+ 163 7,416+
Guadeloupe 7,605+ 126+ 2,242+
French Polynesia 7,262+ 29+ 4,842+
Cuba 6,766+ 128 6,132+
Botswana 6,642+ 24+ 4,676+
Bahamas 6,607+ 138+ 4,257+
Malawi 5,916+ 184 5,303+
Eswatini 5,899+ 117+ 5,542+
Malta 5,866+ 59+ 3,880+
Trinidad and Tobago 5,636+ 107 4,293+
Syria 5,633+ 281+ 1,898+
Djibouti 5,558+ 61 5,431+
Nicaragua 5,514 156 4,225
Réunion 5,472 22 4,630
Latvia 5,395+ 64+ 1,406+
Hong Kong 5,314+ 105 5,073+
Congo 5,253 92 3,887
Suriname 5,192+ 111 5,046+
Rwanda 5,131+ 35 4,851
Equatorial Guinea 5,083 83 4,964
CAR 4,863 62 1,924
Iceland 4,719+ 12 3,701+
Estonia 4,671+ 73 3,684+
Andorra 4,567+ 73+ 3,260+
Aruba 4,472+ 37+ 4,286+
Mayotte 4,366 44 2,964
Guyana 4,098+ 123+ 3,154+
Cyprus 4,051+ 25 1,882
Somalia 3,941 104 3,185
Thailand 3,763+ 59 3,570+
Gambia 3,666 119 2,666
Martinique 3,552 30 98
Mali 3,537+ 136 2,686+
Belize 3,261+ 52+ 2,076+
Uruguay 3,044+ 57+ 2,504+
South Sudan 2,903+ 58+ 1,290
Benin 2,643+ 41 2,330
Burkina Faso 2,471+ 67 2,211+
Guinea-Bissau 2,403 41 1,818
Sierra Leone 2,362+ 74 1,795+
Togo 2,238 54 1,620
Yemen 2,062+ 599 1,366
New Zealand 1,949+ 25 1,854+
Lesotho 1,947 43 975
Chad 1,473+ 97 1,307+
Liberia 1,426+ 82 1,279+
Niger 1,219+ 69 1,135+
Vietnam 1,177+ 35 1,062
Curaçao 944+ 1 643+
Sao Tome and Principe 943+ 15 903+
San Marino 928+ 42 721+
Channel Islands 836+ 48 710+
Sint Maarten 805+ 22 724+
Turks and Caicos 703 6 689
Gibraltar 688+ 0 584+
Papua New Guinea 588 7 546
Saint Martin 566 9 488
Burundi 560+ 1 511
Taiwan 553+ 7 513+
Comoros 517 7 494
Tanzania 509 21 183
Faeroe Islands 494 0 479+
Liechtenstein 476+ 1 265+
Eritrea 461 0 405
Mauritius 439 10 389
Isle of Man 352 24 324+
Monaco 347+ 2 264+
Bhutan 346+ 0 315+
Mongolia 340 0 312
Cambodia 290 0 283
Cayman Islands 239 1 218
Barbados 234+ 7 217
Bermuda 198+ 9 176+
Caribbean Netherlands 153+ 3 145+
Seychelles 153 0 149
Brunei 148 3 143
Antigua and Barbuda 124 3 115+
St. Barth 83 0 67
Saint Lucia 76+ 0 27
St. Vincent Grenadines 74 0 70+
Dominica 38 0 29
Timor-Leste 30 0 29
Grenada 28 0 24
Vatican City 27 0 15
Laos 24 0 22
Greenland 17 0 16
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Solomon Islands 8 0 4
Marshall Islands 2 0 0
Total: 45,298,510 1,185,619 32,964,561

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 19
Wallis and Futuna 1 0 1
Total: 109 0 109

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
Fiji 33 2 31
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 117 4 113

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
Source Notations Full Version
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2020.10.28 09:39 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 28OCT20

Summary As Of: 28OCT20 @ 22:53 GMT
Countries 215 + 2
Cases 44,710,846
Deaths 1,178,021
Recovered 32,680,967
Active Cases 10,851,858
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 206 3 6
Cases 44,710,846 117 109
Deaths 1,178,021 4 0
Rcvrd 32,680,967 113 109

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
26OCT 412,420 5,109 276,338
27OCT 461,006 7,024 269,550
28OCT 473,543 6,598 238,264

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,759,447 42,201 1,436,361
Asia 13,405,670 238,684 11,875,564
Europe 9,100,344 257,449 3,597,384
N A 10,901,244 347,658 7,244,148
Oceania 36,585 967 31,776
S A 9,506,835 291,047 8,495,075

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 9,113,004+ 233,062+ 5,915,326+
India 8,038,765+ 120,563+ 7,314,951+
Brazil 5,468,270+ 158,456+ 4,934,548+
Russia 1,563,976+ 26,935+ 1,171,301+
France 1,235,132+ 35,785+ 113,977+
Spain 1,194,681+ 35,466+ N/A
Argentina 1,116,609 29,730 921,344
Colombia 1,041,935+ 30,753+ 941,874+
UK 942,275+ 45,675+ N/A
Mexico 901,268+ 89,814+ 659,473+
Peru 894,928+ 34,315+ 816,688+
South Africa 719,714+ 19,111+ 648,654+
Italy 589,766+ 37,905+ 275,404+
Iran 588,648+ 33,714+ 467,917+
Chile 505,530+ 14,032+ 482,906+
Germany 479,621+ 10,359+ 332,800+
Iraq 463,951+ 10,770+ 391,010+
Bangladesh 403,079+ 5,861+ 319,733+
Indonesia 400,483+ 13,612+ 325,793+
Philippines 375,180+ 7,114+ 329,111+
Turkey 368,513+ 10,027+ 319,181+
Ukraine 363,075+ 6,755+ 148,642+
Belgium 347,289+ 11,038+ 23,504+
Saudi Arabia 346,047+ 5,348+ 332,550+
Pakistan 330,200+ 6,759+ 311,814+
Netherlands 319,991+ 7,202+ N/A
Israel 312,550+ 2,494+ 298,043+
Poland 299,049+ 4,849+ 123,504+
Czechia 292,280+ 2,630+ 111,963+
Canada 225,299+ 10,030+ 188,577+
Romania 222,559+ 6,681+ 159,855+
Morocco 207,718+ 3,506+ 171,591+
Ecuador 164,908+ 12,608+ 141,759
Nepal 162,354+ 887+ 121,824+
Bolivia 141,124+ 8,672+ 109,769+
Switzerland 135,658+ 2,158+ 65,100+
Qatar 131,939+ 230 128,884+
Panama 130,422+ 2,650+ 106,440+
UAE 129,024+ 485+ 124,647+
Portugal 128,392+ 2,395+ 74,001+
Dominican Republic 125,570+ 2,232+ 103,412+
Kuwait 123,906+ 763+ 114,923+
Sweden 117,913+ 5,927+ N/A
Oman 114,434+ 1,208+ 103,060+
Kazakhstan 110,832+ 1,825+ 105,883+
Egypt 107,030+ 6,234+ 99,174+
Costa Rica 106,553+ 1,340+ 64,996+
Guatemala 106,320+ 3,682+ 95,752+
Japan 98,116+ 1,730+ 90,807+
Belarus 95,545+ 969+ 84,690+
Ethiopia 94,820+ 1,451+ 49,886+
Honduras 94,623+ 2,639+ 38,833+
Venezuela 90,400+ 780+ 84,907+
Austria 89,496+ 1,027+ 61,684+
China 85,868+ 4,634 80,936+
Armenia 82,651+ 1,243+ 52,508+
Bahrain 81,022+ 317+ 77,697+
Lebanon 75,845+ 602+ 37,787+
Moldova 73,321+ 1,729+ 53,816+
Uzbekistan 66,141+ 558+ 63,323+
Hungary 65,933+ 1,578+ 17,098+
Nigeria 62,371+ 1,139+ 58,095+
Jordan 61,942+ 700+ 7,508
Paraguay 60,557+ 1,347+ 40,748+
Ireland 59,434+ 1,896+ 23,364
Libya 58,874+ 823+ 32,962+
Singapore 57,987+ 28 57,890+
Kyrgyzstan 57,276+ 1,138+ 48,637+
Algeria 57,026+ 1,941+ 39,635+
Tunisia 54,278+ 1,153+ 5,032
Azerbaijan 52,137+ 699+ 42,033+
Palestine 51,948+ 465+ 44,985+
Kenya 51,851+ 934 35,258+
Myanmar 49,072+ 1,172+ 28,636+
Slovakia 48,943+ 184+ 11,799+
Ghana 47,775 316 46,971
Bulgaria 45,461+ 1,197+ 19,159+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 44,737+ 1,161+ 27,087+
Denmark 43,174+ 715+ 33,126+
Serbia 42,208+ 803+ 31,536
Afghanistan 41,145+ 1,529+ 34,237+
Croatia 40,999+ 493+ 27,770+
Greece 34,299+ 603+ 9,989
Georgia 33,858+ 253+ 14,829+
El Salvador 32,925 957+ 28,582
Malaysia 29,441+ 246+ 19,072+
North Macedonia 28,697+ 963+ 19,771+
Slovenia 28,215+ 278+ 9,667+
Australia 27,554+ 907+ 25,225+
S. Korea 26,146+ 461+ 24,073+
Cameroon 21,793 426 20,117
Ivory Coast 20,555+ 124+ 20,241+
Albania 20,040+ 493+ 10,893+
Norway 18,920+ 280 11,863
Montenegro 17,392+ 282+ 13,485+
Madagascar 16,968 244 16,301
Zambia 16,285+ 348 15,559+
Luxembourg 15,659+ 147 9,681+
Senegal 15,582+ 322 14,565+
Finland 15,378+ 354 11,300+
Sudan 13,765+ 837 6,764
Namibia 12,806+ 133 10,929+
Mozambique 12,415+ 91+ 9,785+
Lithuania 12,138+ 144+ 4,502+
Guinea 11,819+ 71 10,505+
Uganda 11,767+ 106+ 7,461+
Maldives 11,591+ 37 10,685+
DRC 11,211+ 305 10,509
Tajikistan 10,900+ 82+ 10,070+
French Guiana 10,397 70 9,995
Angola 10,074+ 275+ 3,693+
Sri Lanka 9,205+ 19 4,075+
Haiti 9,040 232 7,411
Gabon 8,937 54 8,548
Jamaica 8,851+ 198+ 4,379+
Cabo Verde 8,548+ 94 7,701+
Zimbabwe 8,320+ 242 7,845+
Mauritania 7,680+ 163 7,392+
Guadeloupe 7,474 115 2,199
Cuba 6,727+ 128 6,107+
Bahamas 6,502 136 4,088
French Polynesia 6,431 26 4,090
Botswana 6,283 21 4,438
Malawi 5,904+ 184+ 5,300+
Eswatini 5,875 116 5,524
Malta 5,760+ 56+ 3,789+
Trinidad and Tobago 5,594+ 107+ 4,246+
Syria 5,580+ 278+ 1,861+
Djibouti 5,555+ 61 5,427+
Nicaragua 5,514+ 156+ 4,225
Réunion 5,472+ 22+ 4,630
Hong Kong 5,311+ 105 5,063+
Congo 5,253 92 3,887
Suriname 5,187+ 111+ 5,039+
Latvia 5,144+ 63 1,382
Rwanda 5,129+ 35 4,851
Equatorial Guinea 5,083 83 4,964
CAR 4,863 62 1,924
Iceland 4,671+ 12+ 3,598+
Estonia 4,590+ 73 3,626+
Andorra 4,517+ 72 3,144+
Aruba 4,437 36 4,253
Mayotte 4,366+ 44 2,964
Guyana 4,061+ 119 3,030+
Somalia 3,941 104 3,185
Cyprus 3,817 25 1,882
Thailand 3,759+ 59 3,561+
Gambia 3,666+ 119 2,666+
Martinique 3,552+ 30+ 98
Mali 3,530+ 136 2,667+
Belize 3,232+ 51 2,045+
Uruguay 2,916+ 54 2,455+
South Sudan 2,890 56 1,290
Benin 2,557 41 2,330
Burkina Faso 2,466 67 2,181
Guinea-Bissau 2,403 41 1,818
Sierra Leone 2,350 74 1,790
Togo 2,238+ 54+ 1,620+
Yemen 2,061+ 599 1,366+
Lesotho 1,947 43 975
New Zealand 1,943+ 25 1,852+
Chad 1,468+ 97+ 1,306+
Liberia 1,419 82 1,278
Niger 1,218+ 69 1,132+
Vietnam 1,173+ 35 1,062
Sao Tome and Principe 941 15 902
Curaçao 907+ 1 623+
San Marino 852 42 716
Channel Islands 822 48 671
Sint Maarten 792+ 22 714+
Turks and Caicos 703+ 6 689
Gibraltar 682+ 0 562+
Papua New Guinea 588 7 546
Saint Martin 566+ 9+ 488+
Burundi 559+ 1 511
Taiwan 550 7 508+
Comoros 517 7 494
Tanzania 509 21 183
Faeroe Islands 494 0 478
Eritrea 461 0 405
Liechtenstein 450+ 1 228+
Mauritius 439 10 389
Isle of Man 352 24 321
Bhutan 345+ 0 314+
Mongolia 340 0 312
Monaco 337+ 2 256
Cambodia 290+ 0 283
Cayman Islands 239 1 218+
Barbados 233 7 217
Bermuda 194+ 9 175
Seychelles 153 0 149
Caribbean Netherlands 150 3 126
Brunei 148 3 143
Antigua and Barbuda 124 3 108
St. Barth 83 0 67+
St. Vincent Grenadines 74 0 69
Saint Lucia 67+ 0 27
Dominica 38 0 29
Timor-Leste 30 0 29
Grenada 28 0 24
Vatican City 27 0 15
Laos 24 0 22
Greenland 17 0 16
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Solomon Islands 8 0 4
Total: 44,710,846 1,178,021 32,680,967

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
**Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 19
Wallis and Futuna 1 0 1
Total: 109 0 109

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
Fiji 33 2 31
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 117 4 113

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
Source Notations Full Version
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2020.10.28 08:04 Nyagoslav Warcraft 3 Nations League Megathread (Nov 1 - Dec 6) $1,000)

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The Warcraft 3 Nations League (W3NL) is the first major national teams competition since 2016. 29 teams and over 200 players have signed up for the first season of the league. After a fierce battle in the qualifier phase, 12 teams remain in the tournament.
The event is organized by TinkeR and BlaST9Z, with the support of the Warcraft 3 community.

General Information

Official Homepage Tournament Website Qualifier Results: Europe Americas Coverage: Liquipedia Warcraft3.info Goodgame.ru Prize Pool Donations: Matcherino PayPal

Streams

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Group Stage Teams

Europe Group A

Germany Sweden Ukraine Bulgaria
Spiral ThorZaIN Foggy Lubber
Edo LiiLD.C Sonik LeX
Kevin KnOfF HoT DieSeL
YaGami DowaQ Ser GodFather
SpoKi Starshaped - Counting1
RaGsen Skutt - Star21
JokeRn MaDFroG - formaluNreal
- Fhra - sixb0nes
- Endarspire - Orcoholic
- - - Rahvin

Europe Group B

Russia France Poland Austria
HawK ToD TeRRoR Rigety
Cash SyDe sLh Franzyzz
Neytpoh KraV Paladyn MaGGo
CoopeR SaiDe Mosura Maniac
Please Toxi KroLu TVontheRadio
Sheik Wiz Robinson kamftiger
TGW Ze1Ko Aserinox Dave
- NiFi Ankhes DonSenilo
- KiRa NoV TomToast
- KurCo FiR -

Americas Group

USA Canada Peru Australia
Hitman Deuce Hunter RavinDrannor
CrunCher Meecro Walter mOOnGLaDe
LongWalk Believe DanGer Sooo_Unreal
Duck Rheagal Fenix Mythos
Pride carsoNNN BlOoDy oOrs
Ark hackslayer KyO Paz
OC gotquail FkcLinger -
Soulglider Mohdoo Patitofeo -
Pokey ButteR - -
BlackPhoenix - - -

Schedule

The teams will play in round-robin groups. Each match consists of 4x best-of-threes, including 3x solos, and 1x 2vs2 game. Each map win grants 1 point to the winning team. If the final result of a match is a draw, the teams play a best-of-one Ace Map to determine the winner of the match. The Ace Map win doesn't grant additional ranking points to the winning team, it just determines the winner of the match.

Playday 1

Date Time (CET) Match
October 31 19:00 Germany - Bulgaria
November 1 00:00 USA - Australia
November 1 17:00 Russia - France
November 1 17:00 Ukraine - Sweden
November 1 17:00 Poland - Austria
November 2 00:00 Canada - Peru

Playday 2

Date Time (CET) Match
November 8 00:00 Canada - Australia
November 8 17:00 Sweden - Bulgaria
November 8 17:00 Germany - Ukraine
November 8 17:00 Russia - Austria
November 8 17:00 France - Poland
November 9 00:00 USA - Peru

Playday 3

Date Time (CET) Match
November 15 00:00 Peru - Australia
November 15 17:00 Sweden - Germany
November 15 17:00 Bulgaria - Ukraine
November 15 17:00 Russia - Poland
November 15 17:00 France - Austria
November 16 00:00 Canada - USA

World Finals

Each of the three winners of the groups will qualify for the World Finals. The two teams that finish second in the two Europe groups will play a special tie-breaker to determine the fourth participant in the World Finals.
If the prize pool of the event reaches $4,000 a special show match will be organized between the champion of W3NL and representative teams of Korea and/or China.
Date Time (CET) Match
November 22 17:00 Europe 2nd Place Tie-Breaker
November 28 17:00 Semi-Final #1
November 29 17:00 Semi-Final #2
December 5 17:00 Third Place Match
December 6 17:00 Grand Final
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2020.10.27 22:05 DevilBG2 800 $ PC

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
I will be playing mostly rpgs, open world games and heavily modded games - League of legends, Minecraft , Terraria , ARK: Survival Evolved, Assassin's creed odyssey
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
800$
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
I plan on buying it on black friday to get it for cheaper - November 27 2020
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
OS, monitor and mouse
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
Europe, Bulgaria
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
I will not reuse any parts but I will definitely buy a new cheap keyboard
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
I am not really sure if I'll ever overclock. Probably not
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
both an SSD(500GB) and HHD(2TB) but the space is just an example - you can recommend your own amounts or pick lower if they cost a lot but don't go lower than 1 TB total space. As for the other things I don't know what they are
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
If it fits in the budget some aesthetics will be nice but i don't plan on watching the case all day so if it doesn't fit in the budget don't even bother. As for color of the case , I like darker colors so something black, grey, a darker shade of red or blue.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Windows 10 Home
Extra info for particulars
The OS may not be included in the budget but the monitor and mouse should be. Also choose a mouse between like 0-40$
Also the main purpose of this build is to be able to run most games at 60+ fps at medium graphics or higher. And I also I do plan on upgrading in like a year .
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2020.10.27 11:01 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 27OCT20

Summary As Of: 27OCT20 @ 22:14 GMT
Countries 215 + 2
Cases 44,208,995
Deaths 1,170,941
Recovered 32,379,510
Active Cases 10,307,677
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 207 2 6
Cases 44,208,995 84 109
Deaths 1,170,941 2 0
Rcvrd 32,379,510 82 109

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
25OCT 424,258 4,629 236,197
26OCT 412,268 5,095 276,390
27OCT 433,082 6,693 206,305

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,747,193 41,850 1,428,693
Asia 13,312,846 237,202 11,783,070
Europe 8,847,756 254,929 3,541,156
N A 10,802,554 345,807 7,185,500
Oceania 36,570 965 31,759
S A 9,461,355 290,173 8,408,673

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 9,028,780+ 231,952+ 5,866,028+
India 7,988,853+ 120,054+ 7,257,194+
Brazil 5,439,641+ 157,946+ 4,865,930
Russia 1,547,774+ 26,589+ 1,158,940+
France 1,198,695+ 35,541+ 112,716+
Spain 1,174,916+ 35,298+ N/A
Argentina 1,116,609+ 29,730+ 921,344+
Colombia 1,033,218+ 30,565+ 932,882+
UK 917,575+ 45,365+ N/A
Mexico 895,326+ 89,171+ 655,118+
Peru 890,574+ 34,197+ 810,995+
South Africa 717,851+ 19,053+ 647,833+
Iran 581,824+ 33,299+ 463,611+
Italy 564,778+ 37,700+ 271,988+
Chile 504,525+ 14,026+ 481,379+
Germany 463,419+ 10,263+ 326,700+
Iraq 459,908+ 10,724+ 388,081+
Bangladesh 401,586+ 5,838+ 318,123+
Indonesia 396,454+ 13,512+ 322,248+
Philippines 373,144+ 7,053+ 328,602+
Turkey 366,208+ 9,950+ 317,519+
Ukraine 355,601+ 6,590+ 145,336+
Saudi Arabia 345,631+ 5,329+ 332,117+
Belgium 333,718+ 10,899+ 23,256+
Pakistan 329,375+ 6,745+ 311,440+
Netherlands 311,889+ 7,142+ N/A
Israel 311,724+ 2,483+ 296,656+
Poland 280,229+ 4,615+ 119,237+
Czechia 277,215+ 2,517+ 104,170+
Canada 222,248+ 9,999+ 186,085+
Romania 217,216+ 6,574+ 155,630+
Morocco 203,733+ 3,445+ 168,706+
Ecuador 163,192+ 12,588+ 141,759
Nepal 160,400+ 876+ 118,843+
Bolivia 140,952+ 8,658+ 109,228+
Qatar 131,689+ 230 128,617+
Panama 129,751+ 2,638+ 105,710+
UAE 127,624+ 482+ 122,458+
Switzerland 127,042+ 2,147+ 62,700+
Dominican Republic 125,008+ 2,226+ 103,324+
Portugal 124,432+ 2,371+ 72,344+
Kuwait 123,092+ 756+ 114,116+
Sweden 115,785+ 5,918 N/A
Oman 113,820+ 1,203+ 99,997+
Kazakhstan 110,684+ 1,796 105,766+
Egypt 106,877+ 6,222+ 99,084+
Guatemala 105,571+ 3,665+ 95,206+
Costa Rica 105,322+ 1,329+ 64,406+
Japan 97,498+ 1,725+ 90,148+
Belarus 94,609+ 965+ 84,237+
Ethiopia 94,218+ 1,445+ 48,968+
Honduras 93,966+ 2,633+ 38,536+
Venezuela 90,047+ 777+ 84,444+
Austria 86,102+ 1,005+ 60,308+
China 85,826+ 4,634 80,928+
Bahrain 80,765+ 316 77,421+
Armenia 80,410+ 1,222+ 51,814+
Lebanon 73,995+ 590+ 36,797+
Moldova 72,460+ 1,710+ 53,201+
Uzbekistan 65,881+ 556+ 63,044+
Hungary 63,642+ 1,535+ 16,646+
Nigeria 62,111 1,132 57,571
Paraguay 60,109+ 1,333+ 40,247+
Jordan 58,855+ 668+ 7,508
Ireland 58,767+ 1,890+ 23,364
Singapore 57,980+ 28 57,883+
Libya 57,975+ 812+ 32,253+
Kyrgyzstan 56,738+ 1,136+ 48,223+
Algeria 56,706+ 1,931+ 39,444+
Tunisia 52,399 983 5,032
Palestine 51,528+ 458+ 44,444+
Azerbaijan 51,149+ 688+ 41,693+
Kenya 50,833+ 934+ 34,832+
Ghana 47,775+ 316 46,971+
Myanmar 47,666+ 1,147+ 27,373+
Slovakia 46,056+ 176+ 11,008+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 43,151+ 1,125+ 26,903+
Denmark 42,157+ 709+ 32,697+
Afghanistan 41,032+ 1,523+ 34,217+
Serbia 40,880+ 798+ 31,536
Bulgaria 40,132+ 1,136+ 18,650+
Croatia 38,621+ 470+ 26,840+
El Salvador 32,925 953 28,582
Greece 32,752+ 593+ 9,989
Georgia 32,127+ 238+ 12,632+
Malaysia 28,640+ 238+ 18,499+
North Macedonia 27,827+ 949+ 19,479+
Australia 27,541+ 905 25,213+
S. Korea 26,043+ 460+ 23,981+
Slovenia 25,603+ 264+ 8,968+
Cameroon 21,793 426 20,117
Ivory Coast 20,488+ 122 20,229+
Albania 19,729+ 487+ 10,808+
Norway 18,483+ 280+ 11,863
Montenegro 17,091+ 275+ 13,251+
Madagascar 16,968 244 16,301
Zambia 16,243+ 348 15,481+
Senegal 15,571+ 322 14,437+
Finland 15,163+ 354 9,800
Luxembourg 14,884+ 147 9,579+
Sudan 13,747 837 6,764
Namibia 12,729+ 133 10,878+
Mozambique 12,273+ 89+ 9,282+
Guinea 11,635 71 10,474
Uganda 11,621+ 103+ 7,400+
Maldives 11,567+ 37 10,652+
Lithuania 11,362+ 141+ 4,329+
DRC 11,191+ 305 10,509+
Tajikistan 10,860+ 81 10,009+
French Guiana 10,397+ 70+ 9,995
Angola 9,871+ 271+ 3,647+
Haiti 9,040+ 232 7,411+
Gabon 8,937+ 54 8,548+
Sri Lanka 8,870+ 19+ 4,043+
Jamaica 8,787+ 196+ 4,347+
Cabo Verde 8,472+ 94 7,599+
Zimbabwe 8,315+ 242+ 7,804+
Mauritania 7,677+ 163 7,387+
Guadeloupe 7,474 115 2,199
Cuba 6,678+ 128 6,051+
Bahamas 6,502+ 136+ 4,088+
French Polynesia 6,431+ 26+ 4,090+
Botswana 6,283 21 4,438
Malawi 5,897+ 183 5,299+
Eswatini 5,875+ 116 5,524+
Malta 5,685+ 55+ 3,715+
Trinidad and Tobago 5,568+ 106 4,186+
Djibouti 5,544+ 61 5,421+
Syria 5,528+ 275+ 1,821+
Nicaragua 5,434 155 4,225
Réunion 5,361 20 4,630
Hong Kong 5,309+ 105 5,053+
Congo 5,253 92 3,887
Suriname 5,180+ 110+ 5,037+
Rwanda 5,084+ 35+ 4,851+
Equatorial Guinea 5,083+ 83 4,964+
Latvia 4,893+ 63+ 1,382+
CAR 4,863+ 62 1,924
Iceland 4,574+ 11 3,515+
Estonia 4,465+ 73 3,561+
Aruba 4,437+ 36 4,253+
Andorra 4,410+ 72 3,029+
Mayotte 4,321 44 2,964
Guyana 4,026 119 3,009
Somalia 3,941 104 3,185
Cyprus 3,817+ 25 1,882
Thailand 3,746+ 59 3,551+
Gambia 3,665 119 2,660
Mali 3,515+ 136+ 2,665+
Belize 3,200+ 51+ 2,031+
South Sudan 2,890+ 56 1,290
Uruguay 2,872+ 54+ 2,411+
Benin 2,557 41 2,330
Burkina Faso 2,466+ 67 2,181+
Guinea-Bissau 2,403 41 1,818
Sierra Leone 2,350+ 74 1,790+
Martinique 2,257 24 98
Togo 2,204 53 1,608
Yemen 2,060 599 1,360
Lesotho 1,947+ 43 975
New Zealand 1,941+ 25 1,848+
Chad 1,460+ 96 1,290+
Liberia 1,419+ 82 1,278
Niger 1,215 69 1,129
Vietnam 1,172+ 35 1,062+
Sao Tome and Principe 941+ 15 902
Curaçao 884+ 1 606+
San Marino 852 42 716
Channel Islands 822+ 48 671
Sint Maarten 789+ 22 710+
Turks and Caicos 701 6 689
Gibraltar 679+ 0 547+
Papua New Guinea 588 7 546
Burundi 558+ 1 511
Taiwan 550 7 497
Saint Martin 542 8 422
Comoros 517 7 494
Tanzania 509 21 183
Faeroe Islands 494+ 0 478
Eritrea 461 0 405
Mauritius 439+ 10 389+
Liechtenstein 428+ 1 210
Isle of Man 352+ 24 321
Bhutan 342 0 312+
Mongolia 340+ 0 312
Monaco 320+ 2 256+
Cambodia 288+ 0 283
Cayman Islands 239 1 216
Barbados 233 7 217+
Bermuda 193+ 9 175
Seychelles 153 0 149
Caribbean Netherlands 150 3 126+
Brunei 148 3 143
Antigua and Barbuda 124 3 108
St. Barth 83 0 66
St. Vincent Grenadines 74+ 0 69+
Saint Lucia 63+ 0 27
Dominica 38 0 29
Fiji 33 2 30
Timor-Leste 30+ 0 29+
Grenada 28 0 24
Vatican City 27 0 15
Laos 24 0 22
Greenland 17 0 16
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Solomon Islands 8 0 4+
Total: 44,208,995 1,170,941 32,379,510

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 19
Wallis and Futuna 1 0 1
Total: 109 0 109

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Brunei 146 3 143
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 159 4 155

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
Source Notations Full Version
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2020.10.26 22:18 ProSwegSnipar I just don’t know what to say anymore tbh

Im really confused with my ,,friends” and friends of my ,,friends”... You see, last year I started studying in Pleven, Bulgaria which is 60km away from my hometown. My brother has been there since the 9th grade, living in a student dormitory, coming home on weekends, and all. During that period, I was really excited about going there for myself, but reality hit me when I arrived there for the first time a year ago. You see, nothing is like he ever told me. I thought I’m going to get by you know, make new friends, break rules, have fun, be an actual teenager for once. A month after I started studying there, I fell in love for the first time in years, I told one of my ,,best girlfriends”, she was the only one that knew... Or so I thought. She told another ,,friend” of mine that she has had a crush on since the 2nd grade, and then he told his friend, and then what do you know the whole dormitory knew! (Sort of, basically my ,,friends”, my crush’s friends, and the friends of my ,,friends”, well she didn’t like the attention we were getting so she told me she didn’t like me, and that I was annoying, and that I should stop trying. I got my heart broken again, but I recovered because after some time I learned she wasn’t worth it at all. But the harassment and humiliation doesn’t stop here. In school, same story... ,,School friends” as we call them would harass me because Im half-Bulgarian, half-Turkish, and because I have Turkish genes my skin color is a bit brown, and they would harass me for that too, this year they started harassing me for my fucking name... For privacy reasons, Im not going to say my name but my harassment ,,nicknames” are: Burhan, Turhan, Burkan, Belhan. Guys from the 11th grade will come in my classroom because one of them is dating one of my classmates, and the 3 of them will call me Indian, even though I just said Im half Turkish... Whenever I wake up in the morning I always think about what I ever did to deserve all this... Because my school has a double shift system, I go to school in the afternoon, and come back at night at 6pm. I get up at 8 am, take a shower, prepare clothes, prepare my backpack, and sit on my bed watching TikTok or Youtube until its time to go to school. Most people go outside of the dormitory, sit around, drink coffee have fun, but I don’t... I can’t, the moment people see me outside is the moment they’ll start harassing me... So I stay inside until its time to go, and I always think what would’ve been my life like, if I was more social, and not that awkward, but I like, and also hate the way I am... You see, I’ve always wanted to have a friendship like my brother has with his roommates... But I never got that. My social limits could never... The only person I speak to, and love, is of course my brother, the bad thing is that he is graduating this year, and I’ll be left alone, until I reach the 12th grade which is 4 more years with my ,,friends”... There is no help for me, all I can do is wait around, and daydream about the future. I have never had a real friendship... I doubt I ever will. I guess we’ll just have to wait, and see. Anyways if you made it to here, thank you for reading! Means a lot!
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2020.10.26 14:51 ziptoe Novovchok

On October 15, 2020, the European Union imposed sanctions on six senior Russian officials and a leading Russian research institute over the alleged use of a nerve agent from the Novichok family in the poisoning of opposition leader Alexey Navalny. Russia dismissed as baseless the EU’s allegations that it had not complied with its obligations, under the convention it ratified in 1997, to discontinue its chemical weapons program. Russian officials said the country had nothing to do with Navalny’s poisoning and implied that if any party had used nerve agents on him, it would have been Western secret services. Vladimir Putin, who in 2017 had personally watched over the destruction of the last remaining Russian chemical weapons stash, ridiculed the findings of four separate laboratories, confirmed by the OPCW, that a Novichok-type organophosphate poison was identified in Alexey Navalny’s blood.
Two years earlier, in 2018, Russia had dismissed as unfounded allegations that its military intelligence had used Novichok to poison former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter. Similarly, Russia had then stated that it had no ongoing chemical weapons program and had destroyed all of its prior arsenals; while alluding that UK agencies may have used their own stash of Novichok to poison the Skripals in a false-flag operation.
A year-long investigation by Bellingcat and its investigative partners The Insider and Der Spiegel, with contributing investigations from RFE/RL, has discovered evidence that Russia continued its Novichok development program long beyond the officially announced closure date. Data shows that military scientists, who were involved with the original chemical weapons program while it was still run by the Ministry of Defense, were dispersed into several research entities which continued collaborating among one another in a clandestine, distributed R&D program. While some of these institutes were integrated with the Ministry of Defense – but camouflaged their work as research into antidotes to organophosphate poisoning – other researchers moved to civilian research institutes but may have continued working, under cover of civilian research, on the continued program.
Our investigative team believes the St. Petersburg State Institute for Experimental Military Medicine of the Ministry of Defense (“GNII VM”), likely with the assistance of researchers from the Scientific Center Signal (“SC Signal”), has since 2010 taken the lead role in the continued R&D and weaponization of the Soviet-era Novichok program.
Crucially for our conclusions, we have identified evidence showing close coordination between these two institutes and a secretive sub-unit of Military Unit 29155 of Russia’s military intelligence, the GRU. This unit has previously been linked to the poisoning attempts on Emilian Gebrev in Bulgaria in 2015 as well as Sergey and Yula Skripal in the United Kingdom in 2018. Telecoms data we obtained shows that the St. Petersurg-based institute communicated intensively with members of the assassination team during the planning stage of the Skripal mission, while also communicating – at highly correlated moments – with scientists from SC Signal.
The two research institutes also appear to collaborate with the 33rd Central Experimental Institute for Scientific Research of the Ministry of Defense, located in the town of Shikhany. This agency was originally involved in researching and testing the Russian chemical weapons program.
Furthermore, our research has established that these two institutes were in frequent communication – including during the planning state of the Skripal operation – with Russia’s Scientific Institute for Organic Chemistry and Technology (“GosNIIOHT”), the agency that was tasked with supervising the destruction of Russia’s arsenal of nerve agents and ensuring the termination of the country’s CW program.
The role of the 33rd Central Institute and the GosNIIOHT in the development of Russia’s nerve agent program was previously known, and the these two institutes were sanctioned by the European Union. However Neither GNII VM nor SC Signal have been sanctioned by European or US governments, and it appears that their work has stayed outside of the focus of Western intelligence services.
Extreme Toxicology at GNII VM
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The sprawling complex of The Institute for Experimental Military Medicine outside St. Petersburg. Photo: The Insider
GNII VM, the Ministry of Defense’s Institute for Experimental Medicine, is a secretive military research unit located just outside St. Petersburg. There is scant public information about this establishment’s structure, personnel and projects. A succinct listing of the institute’s history and functions on the Defense Ministry’s website suggests that prior to 2015 it had existed as an adjunct research center within Russia’s Kirov Military Medical Academy, and had been focused on researching “the ergonomic properties of Russian armaments.” As of May 2015, however, the institute was given autonomy and a new focus, including “organization of scientific research in the interest of Russia’s defense and national security” and “conducting tests of the developed products.” An internal 2017 presentation of the institute, obtained by our team, shows that – at least officially – its main functions were developing and testing emergency medical equipment, medication, and treatment techniques for wartime use. In particular, the institute reported it was developing an antidote to organophosphate poisoning, with its development being – in 2017 – in a “pre-clinical trial stage”. A rare public lecture announcement from 2018 shows that leading researchers from the institute were specializing on the effects of organophosphate poisons on the human body – and were tracking the international development of antidotes to those. (Poisons from the Novichok group fall into the larger group of organophosphates – which includes also certain pesticides).
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The St. Petersburg institute is headed by Sergey Chepur, a 50-year old military doctor and expert in extreme toxicology, with a special interest in the effects of organophosphate poisons on the human body. There are no open-source photographs of its director Sergey Chepur, and a rare public mention of his name is contained in a September 2020 announcement of an achievement award for his contribution to military medicine.

Sergey Chepur and Unit 29155’s

As a research entity serving the Ministry of Defense, the St. Petersburg’s institute has a legitimate and plausible interest in developing antidotes for nerve agents including organophosphates. However, telecoms data we obtained shows that key researchers from the institute are integrated with Russia’s military intelligence, including its black-operations unit (a clandestine sub-unit of GRU’s Unit 29155) to a degree that cannot be explained away by purely defensive considerations. After initially stumbling upon the phone number of the institute’s chairman, Sergey Chepur, in phone call records of Unit 29155’s commander Maj. General Andrey Averyanov, the same number kept popping up in phone records of other members of the black-ops team, including the main suspects in the poisonings in Bulgaria and the UK. This prompted us to obtain Chepur’s own phone records. They showed that he had repeated communication with at least four members of the clandestine team, and that the communications peaked just before undercover international operations undertaken by the GRU officers. Furthemore, the phone records contained metadata showing that Sergey Chepur visited the headquarters of the GRU during what appeared to be preparation meetings on the eve of the 2018 Salisbury operation.
In the period from November 2017 until early March 2018 – when the Skripal poisoning operation would have been planned by the GRU – Chepur spoke repeatedly with members of Unit 29155. He spoke or texted with the unit’s commander, Andrey Averyanov, at least 65 times (the data about these interactions were purged from Averyanov’s phone records but remained visible in Chepur’s phone metadata). In this period he also communicated repeatedly with Maj. Gen. Denis Sergeev, also known under his cover identity of “Sergey Fedotov”, who supervised both the Gebrev poisoning operation in 2015 and the 2018 Skripal poisoning. Chepur also spoke and texted many times with Alexander Mishkin (a.k.a. “Alexander Petrov”), one of the two suspects wanted by UK law enforcement over the Skripal poisonings, as well as with Col. Alexander Kovalchuk. Both Kovalchuk and Mishkin are part of the clandestine-operations GRU team and are medical doctors who graduated from the Kirov medical military academy in St. Petersburg. Alexander Kovalchuk did not travel to the United Kingdom during the Salisbury mission, but remained at the GRU headquarters during the three days of the operation which extended into the weekend.
Phone records for 2017 and 2018 show that Sergey Chepur contacted Alexander Mishkin for the first time three months before the Skripal poisoning, on the December 30, 2017. The very next day, Mishkin, traveling under the false identity of “Alexander Petrov,” took a flight from Russia to Switzerland, his travel data shows. On the day Mishkin left for Geneva, Col. Anatoly Chepiga – a.k.a “Ruslan Boshirov,” the second suspect in the Skripal poisonings – arrived back from Geneva to Moscow. During the period from Christmas 2017 until the end of February 2018, at least five members of unit 29155 traveled to Switzerland on a staggered schedule, usually with at least two undercover officers being in the country at any given time. The last member of the team departed from Geneva to Moscow on March 1, 2018, the same day on which Sergeeev, Mishkin and Chepiga bought tickets for their flight to London the next day.
Bellingcat has previously reported on the relevance of Switzerland as a frequently visited location by unit 29155 and has hypothesized that the Skripal attack may have been prepared there, or that alternatively the GRU may have expected Sergei Skripal to travel to Switzerland during the holiday period. The calls between Chepur and Mishkin in the immediate run-up to the “New Year trips” corroborate our earlier hypothesis. It is unlikely that the relatively small GRU elite team would have had the capacity to work on two separate operations in such a small stretch of time.
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Immediately following Mishkin’s return from Switzerland on January 12, 2018, Sergey Chepur had several calls with Mishkin and his boss Andrey Averyanov, on January 13, 14, 17 and 18. A month before the Salisbury operation, on February 2 and 3, 2018, Chepur was contacted for the first time by Denis Sergeev. Serveev, as we previously reported, oversaw the poisoning mission from a London hotel room, where he kept continuous communication with a burner phone number in Russia. On the evening of February 12, 2018, in the course of 17 minutes (from 20:59 to 21:16), Chepur contacted three GRU officers from the clandestine unit – Mishkin, Sergeev and Kovalchuk.
On 18 January, Chepur took a one-day trip to Moscow and spent the day at the GRU headquarters. Metadata from Mishkin, Sergeev and Kovalchuk’s phone show they were at the same location at the same time. The previous day Denis Sergeev had returned from Geneva where he had spent a week.
Chepur also had a vast number of interactions with the GRU team on the February 23, 2018. In Russia, this date is celebrated as Defender of the Fatherland day and it is customary for the military to send celebratory messages to each other. However, Chepur’s communication with the GRU team members stand out from the rest as they extend late into the evening, ending with a midnight (23:59) conversation with Alexander Kovalchuk. The number of interactions and the late-night exchanges suggest they were likely linked to the planning of the Skripal operation which was to take place just a week later.
Crucially, on February 27, 2018, just three days before the GRU trio departed for London, Chepur flew to Moscow on a one-day trip. Upon arrival in Moscow, he communicated with several GRU officers as well as with members of another research institute, SC Signal. Afterwards, he headed for the headquarters of the GRU where he spent several hours. Sergeev, Mishkin and Kovalchuk were also present at the GRU headquarters at the same time.
Following his three hour stay there, Chepur made two further phone calls to a key researcher from SC Signal. Chepur then moved to the territory of 27th Military Scientific Center at Baumanskaya St. During this visit, which lasted just over an hour, he had several further calls with one of SC Signal’s lead scientists and organophosphates specialists, Victor Taranchenko.
Our hypothesis is that during this day – February 27, 2018 – final preparations for the upcoming assassination mission in Salisbury were made in Moscow, including for the delivery of the poison and the tools for its applicators, to the GRU black-ops unit.

SC Signal: From Novichok to Sports Drinks

A key part of Russia’s official chemical weapons program prior to its termination was conducted by the 33rd Central Scientific-Research Institute of the Ministry of Defense. This institute, based in the formerly closed military town Shikhany-2 near Saratov, was the R&D base for development of a particularly powerful strand of organophosphate nerve agents commonly referred to as “Novichoks.” Another military institute that had an ancillary role in the development and testing of nerve agents was the 27th Scientific Center (which was briefly incorporated into the 33rd Center); this institute oversees one of the two Russian chemical-analytical labs accredited by the OPCW.
In analyzing Sergey Chepur’s call metadata, we identified a correlation between his calls and visits with GRU’s unit 29155, and calls with several researchers who had formerly worked for the 27th Scientific Center. These included the former chairman of the center – Artur Zhirov, as well as his former colleagues Andrey Antokhin and Victor Taranchenko. Chepur spoke with Artur Jirov on 11, 18 and 30 January 2018, on one of the days – the 18 – not long after a phone call to Alexander Mishkin. However, the most notable correlation is with Chepur’s communication with Viktor Taranchenko. Taranchenko was the first person Chepur called once he landed in Moscow on February 27 and just before he headed to the GRU headquarters. Once he was at the GRU and presumably during the planning meeting for the upcoming Salisbury operation, the two exchanged several text messages.
While still working at the 27th Scientific Center, Taranchenko and his colleague Antokhin had specialized in research of cholinesterase inhibitors, a broad class to which the Novichok and other powerful nerve agents belong. Artur Zhirov, on the other hand, had specialized in research of nano-encapsulation: an innovative technique permitting the embedding of chemical compounds into a cell-like membrane-covered structure made of other compounds. This technique appeared to be a promising solution to the necessity to delay the onset of the effects of certain pharmaceuticals.
Taranchenko, like Antokhin and several other key researchers from the 27th Scientific Center, had followed their former boss in 2010 when he left the Center to become the founding CEO of a new scientific research center created through a presidential decree, the generically named Scientific Center “Signal.” SC Signal is incorporated into the structure of Russia’s Export Control Agency, and its official function is to ensure technical and scientific control over the exports of Russian materials, including “chemicals and technologies that can be used in the manufacturing of chemical weapons
SC Signal and the St. Petersburg experimental-medicine institute work on two publicly known projects, which in theory could explain the interaction between Sergey Chepur and the Signal researchers. However, the correlation between the calls with SC Signal and members of Unit 29155, as well as a visit by Chepur to one of the addresses of SC Signal on January 31, 2018, following which he continued to the GRU headquarters, suggest that the contacts between Chepur and the SC Signal are likely linked to the planning of the Salisbury operation.
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One of the labs of SC Signal is located at Natatinskaya 16 in Moscow. The same address houses one of Russia’s military institutes tasked with the destruction of Russia”s chemical weapons arsenal.
According to several experts contacted by our team, the technique of nano-encapsulation – which appears to be the area of specialization of many of the researchers working at SC Signal – may be successfully applied in the application of organophosphate nerve agents such as the Novichoks. Through this method, experts say, three effects might be achieved that would improve the efficiency and ease of application of the poison. First, nano-encapsulation could delay the onset of the poison by several hours, which may be desirable in clandestine operations. Second, it can improve the rate and speed of absorption through the target’s skin. Third, it can provide an opportunity for masking the presence of the active ingredients of Novichok, through the (overwhelming) presence in the victim’s body of chemical compounds from the cell’s “membrane” – which can be a different, decoy poisonous substance. Notably, both in the cases of the poisoning of Emilian Gebrev in 2015, and in the case of Navalny, presence of other, non-Novichok – and much less dangerous poisons – in the targets’ blood were reported.
When approached by our team to comment on the possible link between the SC Signal and the Ministry of Defense’s continued program for development of Novichok, the institute’s chairman Artur Zhirov hung up the telephone after hearing the question and without uttering a word. Reached by telephone and asked about his possible involvement in the development of organophosphate poisons, Mr. Taranchenko denied and said he was not even an expert in organophosphates – which appears to be contradicted by his body of published research.
Confronted by phone about his frequent interactions with members of GRU’s Unit 29155, Mr. Sergey Chepur said he had never spoken to any of Alexander Mishkin, Denis Sergeev, or Andrey Averyanov. He also appeared to clearly remember that he did not visit the GRU headquarters on February 27, 2018. Before hanging up, he advised us to “stop lying to everyone including to yourselves”.
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2020.10.26 11:26 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 26OCT20

Summary As Of: 26OCT20 @ 22:36 GMT
Countries 215 + 2
Cases 43,727,262
Deaths 1,163,458
Recovered 32,116,129
Active Cases 10,447,675
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 207 2 6
Cases 43,727,262 84 109
Deaths 1,163,458 2 0
Rcvrd 32,116,129 82 109

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
24OCT 469,321 5,700 241,103
25OCT 423,634 4,609 236,174
26OCT 368,178 4,332 219,337

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,738,465 41,665 1,421,723
Asia 13,229,168 235,814 11,692,274
Europe 8,621,560 252,143 3,491,447
N A 10,709,468 344,439 7,111,889
Oceania 35,980 959 31,332
S A 9,391,900 288,423 8,366,805

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 8,947,711+ 230,924+ 5,803,239+
India 7,945,888+ 119,535+ 7,198,715+
Brazil 5,409,854+ 157,397+ 4,865,930+
Russia 1,531,224+ 26,269+ 1,146,096+
France 1,165,278+ 35,018+ 111,347+
Spain 1,156,498+ 35,031+ N/A
Argentina 1,090,589 28,896 894,819
Colombia 1,025,052+ 30,348+ 924,044+
UK 894,690+ 44,998+ N/A
Mexico 891,160+ 88,924+ 650,355+
Peru 888,715 34,149 807,636
South Africa 716,759+ 19,008+ 646,721+
Iran 574,856+ 32,953+ 459,250+
Italy 542,789+ 37,479+ 268,626+
Chile 503,598+ 14,003+ 479,877+
Iraq 455,398+ 10,671+ 384,593+
Germany 450,167+ 10,181+ 321,600+
Bangladesh 400,251+ 5,818+ 316,600+
Indonesia 392,934+ 13,411+ 317,672+
Philippines 371,630+ 7,039+ 328,258+
Turkey 363,999+ 9,874+ 316,008+
Ukraine 348,924+ 6,464+ 142,537+
Saudi Arabia 345,232+ 5,313+ 331,691+
Pakistan 328,602+ 6,739+ 311,075+
Belgium 321,031+ 10,810+ 23,087+
Israel 310,851+ 2,453+ 294,854+
Netherlands 301,597+ 7,072+ N/A
Poland 263,929+ 4,483+ 115,302+
Czechia 263,572+ 2,337+ 98,369+
Canada 217,763+ 9,962+ 183,102+
Romania 212,492+ 6,470+ 151,811+
Morocco 199,745+ 3,373+ 165,922+
Ecuador 161,635 12,553 141,759
Nepal 159,830+ 862+ 115,675+
Bolivia 140,853+ 8,645+ 108,658+
Qatar 131,432+ 230 128,343+
Panama 129,200 2,633 105,231
UAE 126,234+ 480+ 120,750+
Dominican Republic 124,843+ 2,225+ 103,081+
Kuwait 122,317+ 749+ 113,391+
Portugal 121,133+ 2,343+ 69,956+
Switzerland 121,093+ 2,111+ 61,700+
Oman 113,354+ 1,190+ 99,668+
Sweden 110,594 5,933 N/A
Kazakhstan 110,542+ 1,796 105,675+
Egypt 106,707+ 6,211+ 98,981+
Guatemala 104,894+ 3,651+ 94,530+
Costa Rica 104,460+ 1,312+ 63,709+
Japan 97,074+ 1,718+ 89,709+
Belarus 93,707+ 961+ 83,748+
Ethiopia 93,707+ 1,437+ 48,150+
Honduras 93,214+ 2,623+ 37,996+
Venezuela 89,565 773+ 83,947
China 85,810+ 4,634 80,911+
Austria 83,267+ 992+ 59,036+
Bahrain 80,533+ 316+ 77,132+
Armenia 78,810+ 1,196+ 51,162+
Lebanon 72,186+ 579+ 35,545+
Moldova 71,811+ 1,700+ 52,730+
Uzbekistan 65,667+ 552+ 62,876+
Nigeria 62,111+ 1,132+ 57,571+
Hungary 61,563+ 1,472+ 16,491+
Paraguay 59,594 1,309 39,735
Ireland 58,067+ 1,885+ 23,364
Singapore 57,973+ 28 57,879+
Libya 57,223+ 801+ 31,515+
Algeria 56,419+ 1,922+ 39,273+
Kyrgyzstan 56,170+ 1,134 47,843+
Jordan 55,055+ 624+ 7,508
Tunisia 52,399+ 983+ 5,032
Palestine 50,952+ 454+ 44,055+
Azerbaijan 50,486+ 679+ 41,410+
Kenya 49,997+ 920+ 34,429+
Ghana 47,690 316 46,887
Myanmar 46,200+ 1,122+ 26,007+
Slovakia 45,155+ 165+ 10,130+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 41,596+ 1,104+ 26,542+
Denmark 41,412+ 708+ 32,237+
Afghanistan 40,937+ 1,518+ 34,150+
Serbia 39,827+ 793+ 31,536
Bulgaria 37,889 1,094 18,354
Croatia 37,208+ 452+ 25,837+
El Salvador 32,925+ 953+ 28,582+
Greece 31,496+ 581+ 9,989
Georgia 30,303+ 215+ 11,370+
Malaysia 27,805+ 236+ 17,825+
Australia 27,528+ 905 25,199+
North Macedonia 27,199+ 934+ 18,948+
S. Korea 25,955+ 457 23,905+
Slovenia 24,080+ 251+ 8,582+
Cameroon 21,793+ 426+ 20,117
Ivory Coast 20,486+ 122 20,212+
Albania 19,445+ 480+ 10,705+
Norway 18,110+ 279 11,863
Madagascar 16,968 244 16,301
Montenegro 16,909+ 270+ 13,016+
Zambia 16,200+ 348 15,445+
Senegal 15,565+ 322+ 14,316+
Finland 14,970+ 354+ 9,800
Luxembourg 14,399+ 147+ 9,570+
Sudan 13,747+ 837 6,764
Namibia 12,675+ 133 10,813+
Mozambique 12,161+ 88+ 9,254+
Guinea 11,635 71 10,474
Uganda 11,557+ 101 7,351
Maldives 11,532+ 37 10,563+
DRC 11,174+ 305 10,468+
Lithuania 10,949+ 136+ 4,166+
Tajikistan 10,819+ 81 9,951+
French Guiana 10,385+ 69 9,995
Angola 9,381+ 268+ 3,508+
Haiti 9,026+ 232+ 7,373+
Gabon 8,919 54 8,512
Jamaica 8,749+ 192+ 4,303+
Cabo Verde 8,423+ 94 7,455+
Sri Lanka 8,413+ 16 3,933+
Zimbabwe 8,276 237 7,797
Mauritania 7,664+ 163 7,385+
Guadeloupe 7,474+ 115 2,199
Cuba 6,595+ 128 6,029+
Bahamas 6,410 132 3,948
Botswana 6,283+ 21 4,438+
Malawi 5,894+ 183 5,294+
Eswatini 5,863+ 116 5,511+
French Polynesia 5,859+ 20 3,685+
Malta 5,578+ 53+ 3,630+
Djibouti 5,541+ 61 5,409+
Trinidad and Tobago 5,535+ 106+ 4,126+
Syria 5,461+ 272+ 1,788+
Nicaragua 5,434 155 4,225
Réunion 5,361+ 20 4,630
Hong Kong 5,304+ 105 5,050+
Congo 5,253 92 3,887
Suriname 5,170+ 109 5,032+
Equatorial Guinea 5,079 83 4,962
Rwanda 5,073+ 34 4,848+
CAR 4,862 62 1,924
Latvia 4,757+ 60+ 1,357
Iceland 4,504+ 11 3,463+
Estonia 4,428+ 73 3,505+
Aruba 4,422+ 36 4,222+
Andorra 4,325+ 72+ 2,957+
Mayotte 4,321+ 44 2,964
Guyana 4,026+ 119 3,009+
Somalia 3,941 104 3,185
Thailand 3,743+ 59 3,543+
Gambia 3,665+ 119 2,660
Cyprus 3,636+ 25 1,882
Mali 3,499+ 133+ 2,664+
Belize 3,145+ 50+ 1,961+
South Sudan 2,883 56 1,290
Uruguay 2,851 53 2,351
Benin 2,557 41 2,330
Burkina Faso 2,459+ 67+ 2,164+
Guinea-Bissau 2,403 41 1,818
Sierra Leone 2,346 74 1,787
Martinique 2,257 24 98
Togo 2,204+ 53+ 1,608+
Yemen 2,060 599 1,360
Lesotho 1,943+ 43 975+
New Zealand 1,940+ 25 1,841+
Chad 1,441+ 96 1,277+
Liberia 1,416+ 82 1,278
Niger 1,215 69 1,129+
Vietnam 1,169+ 35 1,061+
Sao Tome and Principe 940 15 902+
Curaçao 873+ 1 590+
San Marino 852+ 42 716
Channel Islands 796+ 48 671
Sint Maarten 784+ 22 705
Turks and Caicos 701 6 689
Gibraltar 670+ 0 532+
Papua New Guinea 588+ 7 546+
Burundi 557 1 511
Taiwan 550 7 497
Saint Martin 542+ 8 422
Comoros 517 7 494
Tanzania 509 21 183
Faeroe Islands 490 0 478
Eritrea 461 0 405
Mauritius 435 10 386
Liechtenstein 402+ 1 210+
Isle of Man 351+ 24 321
Bhutan 342+ 0 307+
Mongolia 339+ 0 312
Monaco 310+ 2 250+
Cambodia 287 0 283
Cayman Islands 239 1 216+
Barbados 233+ 7 210+
Bermuda 190 9 175
Seychelles 153 0 149
Caribbean Netherlands 150 3 121
Brunei 148 3 143
Antigua and Barbuda 124 3 108
St. Barth 83+ 0 66
St. Vincent Grenadines 73 0 66+
Saint Lucia 54 0 27
Dominica 38 0 29
Fiji 33 2 30
Timor-Leste 29 0 28
Grenada 28 0 24
Vatican City 27 0 15
Laos 24 0 22
Greenland 17 0 16
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Solomon Islands 4 0 3
Total: 43,727,262 1,163,458 32,116,129

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 19
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Anguilla 3 0 3
Wallis and Futuna 1 0 1
Total: 109 0 109

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Brunei 146 3 143
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 159 4 155

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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2020.10.25 07:24 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 25OCT20

Summary As Of: 25OCT20 @ 23:21 GMT
Countries 215 + 2
Cases 43,318,941
Deaths 1,158,757
Recovered 31,894,350
Active Cases 10,265,834
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 207 2 6
Cases 43,318,941 84 109
Deaths 1,158,757 2 0
Rcvrd 31,894,350 82 109

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
23OCT 490,740 6,541 241,475
24OCT 452,880 5,599 241,082
25OCT 400,343 4,445 233,839

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,727,541 41,323 1,412,117
Asia 13,155,963 234,389 11,597,313
Europe 8,392,756 250,399 3,456,029
N A 10,640,685 343,757 7,070,283
Oceania 35,893 959 31,250
S A 9,365,382 287,915 8,326,699

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 8,887,900+ 230,496+ 5,770,026+
India 7,909,049+ 119,030+ 7,133,993+
Brazil 5,394,128+ 157,163+ 4,835,915+
Russia 1,513,877+ 26,050+ 1,138,522+
France 1,138,507+ 34,761+ 110,322+
Spain 1,110,372 34,752 N/A
Argentina 1,090,589+ 28,896+ 894,819+
Colombia 1,015,885+ 30,154+ 915,451+
Peru 888,715+ 34,149+ 807,636+
Mexico 886,800+ 88,743+ 646,739+
UK 873,800+ 44,896+ N/A
South Africa 715,868+ 18,968+ 646,170+
Iran 568,896+ 32,616+ 455,054+
Italy 525,782+ 37,338+ 266,203+
Chile 502,063+ 13,944+ 478,252+
Iraq 451,707+ 10,623+ 381,349+
Germany 437,647+ 10,138+ 317,000+
Bangladesh 398,815+ 5,803+ 315,107+
Indonesia 389,712+ 13,299+ 313,764+
Philippines 370,028+ 6,977+ 328,036+
Turkey 361,801+ 9,799+ 314,390+
Saudi Arabia 344,875+ 5,296+ 331,330+
Ukraine 343,498+ 6,391+ 141,508+
Pakistan 327,895+ 6,736+ 310,491+
Israel 309,946+ 2,397+ 293,109+
Belgium 305,409+ 10,737+ 22,878+
Netherlands 291,254+ 7,046+ N/A
Czechia 255,373+ 2,167+ 97,282+
Poland 253,688+ 4,438+ 112,619+
Canada 216,104+ 9,946+ 181,429+
Romania 209,648+ 6,391+ 149,741+
Morocco 197,481+ 3,301+ 163,195+
Ecuador 161,635+ 12,553+ 141,759+
Nepal 158,089+ 847+ 111,670+
Bolivia 140,779+ 8,627+ 108,067+
Qatar 131,170+ 230+ 128,099+
Panama 129,200+ 2,633+ 105,231+
UAE 125,123+ 477+ 118,931+
Dominican Republic 124,527+ 2,223+ 102,651+
Kuwait 121,635+ 746+ 112,771+
Portugal 118,686+ 2,316+ 68,877+
Oman 112,932+ 1,174+ 99,278+
Sweden 110,594 5,933 N/A
Kazakhstan 110,402+ 1,796 105,618+
Egypt 106,540+ 6,199+ 98,903+
Guatemala 104,787+ 3,644+ 94,217+
Switzerland 103,653 2,083+ 55,800
Costa Rica 103,088 1,282 62,037
Japan 96,534+ 1,711+ 89,282+
Ethiopia 93,343+ 1,426+ 47,543+
Belarus 92,823+ 957+ 83,237+
Honduras 92,724+ 2,617+ 37,866+
Venezuela 89,565+ 770+ 84,720+
China 85,790+ 4,634 80,891+
Austria 80,811+ 979+ 57,858+
Bahrain 80,255+ 312 76,776+
Armenia 77,837+ 1,180+ 50,908+
Moldova 71,503+ 1,685+ 52,290+
Lebanon 71,390+ 565+ 34,803+
Uzbekistan 65,307+ 549+ 62,509+
Nigeria 61,992+ 1,130+ 57,465+
Paraguay 59,594+ 1,309+ 39,735+
Hungary 59,247+ 1,425+ 16,242+
Singapore 57,970+ 28 57,858+
Ireland 57,128+ 1,882 23,364
Algeria 56,143+ 1,914+ 39,095+
Libya 56,013+ 795+ 30,731+
Kyrgyzstan 55,750+ 1,134+ 47,616+
Jordan 53,087+ 579+ 7,508
Palestine 50,442+ 448+ 43,592+
Azerbaijan 49,959+ 671+ 41,279+
Kenya 49,721+ 902+ 34,209+
Tunisia 48,799 819 5,032
Ghana 47,690 316 46,887
Myanmar 44,774+ 1,095+ 24,920+
Slovakia 43,843+ 159 9,960+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 40,893+ 1,086+ 26,459+
Afghanistan 40,833+ 1,514+ 34,129+
Denmark 40,356+ 702+ 31,985+
Serbia 39,486+ 792+ 31,536
Bulgaria 37,889+ 1,094+ 18,354+
Croatia 36,380+ 437+ 24,799+
El Salvador 32,585 949+ 28,258
Greece 30,782+ 574+ 9,989
Georgia 28,431+ 201+ 10,767+
Australia 27,513+ 905 25,181
North Macedonia 26,954+ 919+ 18,627+
Malaysia 26,565+ 229+ 17,134+
S. Korea 25,836+ 457 23,869+
Slovenia 22,950+ 240+ 8,424+
Cameroon 21,570 425 20,117
Ivory Coast 20,470+ 122+ 20,166+
Albania 19,157+ 477+ 10,654+
Norway 17,843+ 279 11,863
Madagascar 16,968 244 16,301
Montenegro 16,797+ 266+ 12,775+
Zambia 16,117 348 15,179
Senegal 15,551+ 321 14,254+
Finland 14,848+ 353 9,800
Luxembourg 14,204+ 145+ 9,085
Sudan 13,742+ 837+ 6,764
Namibia 12,660+ 133 10,779+
Mozambique 11,986+ 86+ 9,253+
Guinea 11,635 71 10,474
Maldives 11,505+ 37 10,524+
Uganda 11,443+ 101+ 7,351+
DRC 11,143 305 10,467
Tajikistan 10,776+ 81 9,889+
French Guiana 10,376 69 9,995
Lithuania 10,184+ 134+ 4,073+
Angola 9,026 267 3,461
Haiti 9,015 231 7,361
Gabon 8,919 54 8,512
Jamaica 8,714+ 188+ 4,282+
Cabo Verde 8,396+ 94 7,285+
Zimbabwe 8,276+ 237+ 7,797+
Sri Lanka 7,872+ 16+ 3,803+
Mauritania 7,663 163 7,378
Guadeloupe 7,329 115 2,199
Cuba 6,566+ 128 5,998+
Bahamas 6,410+ 132+ 3,948+
Botswana 5,923 21 927
Malawi 5,890+ 183 5,291+
Eswatini 5,854+ 116 5,502+
French Polynesia 5,797 20 3,623
Djibouti 5,536+ 61 5,402+
Trinidad and Tobago 5,503 105 4,018
Malta 5,498+ 51+ 3,567+
Nicaragua 5,434 155 4,225
Syria 5,408+ 269+ 1,753+
Hong Kong 5,296+ 105 5,047+
Congo 5,253+ 92 3,887
Suriname 5,166 109 5,016
Réunion 5,149 20 4,630
Equatorial Guinea 5,079 83 4,962
Rwanda 5,066+ 34 4,830+
CAR 4,862 62 1,924
Latvia 4,678+ 56+ 1,357
Iceland 4,448+ 11 3,395+
Aruba 4,420+ 36 4,209+
Estonia 4,411+ 73 3,457+
Mayotte 4,276 44 2,964
Andorra 4,038 69 2,729
Guyana 4,023+ 119+ 2,970+
Somalia 3,941+ 104+ 3,185+
Thailand 3,736+ 59 3,530+
Gambia 3,660+ 119 2,660
Cyprus 3,545+ 25 1,882
Mali 3,490+ 132 2,661+
Belize 3,106+ 48+ 1,921+
South Sudan 2,883+ 56 1,290
Uruguay 2,851+ 53 2,351+
Benin 2,557 41 2,330
Burkina Faso 2,451+ 65 2,019+
Guinea-Bissau 2,403 41 1,818
Sierra Leone 2,346+ 74 1,787+
Martinique 2,257 24 98
Togo 2,200+ 52 1,600+
Yemen 2,060 599 1,360
Lesotho 1,940 43 970
New Zealand 1,935+ 25 1,840+
Chad 1,437+ 96 1,268+
Liberia 1,393 82 1,278
Niger 1,215 69 1,128
Vietnam 1,168+ 35 1,057+
Sao Tome and Principe 940+ 15 900+
Curaçao 858+ 1 584+
San Marino 819 42 716
Channel Islands 795 48 671+
Sint Maarten 780+ 22 705+
Turks and Caicos 701+ 6 689
Gibraltar 667+ 0 516+
Papua New Guinea 583 7 545
Burundi 557+ 1 511+
Taiwan 550 7 497
Saint Martin 538 8 422
Comoros 517 7 494
Tanzania 509 21 183
Faeroe Islands 490 0 478+
Eritrea 461 0 405
Mauritius 435 10 386
Liechtenstein 365+ 1 170
Isle of Man 348 24 321
Bhutan 340+ 0 306
Mongolia 338+ 0 312
Monaco 306+ 2 244
Cambodia 287 0 283
Cayman Islands 239 1 215
Barbados 227+ 7 208+
Bermuda 190 9 175
Seychelles 153 0 149
Caribbean Netherlands 150 3 121
Brunei 148 3 143
Antigua and Barbuda 124+ 3 108+
St. Barth 77 0 66
St. Vincent Grenadines 73 0 65
Saint Lucia 54+ 0 27
Dominica 38 0 29
Fiji 33 2 30
Timor-Leste 29 0 28
Grenada 28 0 24
Vatican City 27 0 15
Laos 24 0 22
Greenland 17 0 16
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Solomon Islands 4 0 3
Total: 43,318,941 1,158,757 31,894,350

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
**Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 19
Wallis and Futuna 1 0 1
Total: 109 0 109

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Brunei 146 3 143
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 159 4 155

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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2020.10.24 12:01 autotldr Russia Continued Developing Novichok After Program's Official Closure, Investigation Says

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Russian military scientists continued working on the Novichok nerve agent's development long after Moscow said it destroyed its chemical weapons stockpiles, an international investigation said.
The European Union and Britain have slapped sanctions on Russia over the suspected Novichok poisonings of a former Russian double agent in Britain in 2018 and Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny this summer.
Its last chemical weapons arsenal in 2017, the clandestine Novichok development program continued under cover of civilian research, the Bellingcat investigative website said in a joint year-long investigation with Russia's The Insider news website, the U.S.-funded RFE/RL media group and Germany's Der Spiegel weekly.
Obtained phone logs showed close coordination between the state institutions behind Novichok's continued development and the GRU military intelligence agency's Unit 29155 that has been linked to several Novichok poisonings, the outlets said.
"Russia continued its Novichok development program long beyond the officially announced closure date," Bellingcat said.
The Skripal poisoning, the poisoning of an arms smuggler in Bulgaria in 2015 and other destabilizing activities across Europe.
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2020.10.24 11:40 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 24OCT20

Summary As Of: 24OCT20 @ 23:53 GMT
Countries 215 + 2
Cases 42,913,857
Deaths 1,154,282
Recovered 31,657,059
Active Cases 10,102,516
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 207 2 6
Cases 42,913,857 84 109
Deaths 1,154,282 2 0
Rcvrd 31,657,059 82 109

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
22OCT 479,486 6,477 273,664
23OCT 490,537 6,541 241,475
24OCT 449,693 5,569 237,630

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,718,693 41,207 1,405,113
Asia 13,070,697 233,115 11,492,641
Europe 8,194,319 249,113 3,426,734
N A 10,566,213 342,792 7,029,674
Oceania 35,878 959 31,245
S A 9,327,336 287,081 8,270,993

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
Afghanistan 40,768+ 1,511+ 34,023+
Albania 18,858+ 473+ 10,548+
Algeria 55,880+ 1,907+ 38,932+
Andorra 4,038 69 2,729
Angola 9,026+ 267+ 3,461+
Antigua and Barbuda 122 3 107
Argentina 1,081,336+ 28,613+ 881,113+
Armenia 75,523+ 1,157+ 50,701+
Aruba 4,401 36 4,160
Australia 27,499+ 905 25,181+
Austria 78,029+ 965+ 56,791+
Azerbaijan 49,013+ 664+ 41,051+
Bahamas 6,268 130 3,795
Bahrain 79,975+ 312+ 76,474+
Bangladesh 397,507+ 5,780+ 313,563+
Barbados 226 7 207
Belarus 91,978+ 953+ 82,670+
Belgium 287,700+ 10,658+ 22,517+
Belize 3,050+ 46 1,872+
Benin 2,557 41 2,330
Bermuda 190 9 175
Bhutan 336 0 306
Bolivia 140,612+ 8,608+ 107,633+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 39,758+ 1,075+ 26,368+
Botswana 5,923 21 927
Brazil 5,381,224+ 156,926+ 4,817,898+
Brunei 148 3 143
Bulgaria 37,562+ 1,084+ 18,232+
Burkina Faso 2,433 65 1,996
Burundi 555+ 1 497
Cabo Verde 8,322+ 94+ 7,234+
Cambodia 287+ 0 283+
Cameroon 21,570 425 20,117
Canada 213,959+ 9,922+ 179,636+
CAR 4,862 62 1,924
Caribbean Netherlands 150 3 121
Cayman Islands 239 1 215
Chad 1,434+ 96 1,254+
Channel Islands 795 48 659
Chile 500,542+ 13,892+ 476,576+
China 85,775+ 4,634 80,876+
Colombia 1,007,711+ 30,000+ 907,379+
Comoros 517 7 494
Congo 5,156 92 3,887
Costa Rica 103,088+ 1,282+ 62,037+
Croatia 33,959+ 429+ 23,785+
Cuba 6,534+ 128 5,927+
Curaçao 837+ 1 555+
Cyprus 3,444+ 25 1,882+
Czechia 250,797+ 2,077+ 94,902+
Denmark 39,411+ 700+ 31,701+
Djibouti 5,530+ 61 5,398+
Dominica 38+ 0 29
Dominican Republic 124,018+ 2,220+ 102,353+
DRC 11,143+ 305+ 10,467+
Ecuador 159,614+ 12,542+ 134,187
Egypt 106,397+ 6,187+ 98,813+
El Salvador 32,585+ 944+ 28,258+
Equatorial Guinea 5,079+ 83 4,962+
Eritrea 461 0 405
Estonia 4,351+ 73 3,441+
Eswatini 5,847+ 116 5,491+
Ethiopia 92,858+ 1,419+ 46,842+
Faeroe Islands 490 0 473
Fiji 33 2 30
Finland 14,652+ 353 9,800
France 1,086,497+ 34,645+ 109,486
French Guiana 10,376+ 69 9,995
French Polynesia 5,797+ 20+ 3,623+
Gabon 8,919+ 54 8,512+
Gambia 3,659 119 2,660
Georgia 26,503+ 193+ 10,163+
Germany 427,808+ 10,111+ 314,100+
Ghana 47,690+ 316+ 46,887+
Gibraltar 660+ 0 507+
Greece 29,992+ 564+ 9,989
Greenland 17 0 16
Grenada 28+ 0 24
Guadeloupe 7,329 115 2,199
Guatemala 104,632+ 3,609+ 93,880+
Guinea 11,635 71 10,474
Guinea-Bissau 2,403 41 1,818
Guyana 3,960 117 2,923
Haiti 9,015 231 7,361
Honduras 91,882+ 2,612+ 37,697+
Hong Kong 5,290+ 105 5,041+
Hungary 56,098+ 1,390+ 16,007+
Iceland 4,394+ 11 3,302+
India 7,863,892+ 118,567+ 7,075,723+
Indonesia 385,980+ 13,205+ 309,219+
Iran 562,705+ 32,320+ 450,891+
Iraq 449,153+ 10,568+ 378,209+
Ireland 56,108+ 1,882+ 23,364
Isle of Man 348 24 321
Israel 309,413+ 2,372+ 291,206+
Italy 504,509+ 37,210+ 264,117+
Ivory Coast 20,429+ 121 20,137+
Jamaica 8,670+ 186+ 4,209+
Japan 95,835+ 1,706+ 88,787+
Jordan 50,750+ 540+ 7,508+
Kazakhstan 110,250+ 1,796 105,566+
Kenya 48,790+ 896+ 33,876+
Kuwait 120,927+ 744+ 112,110+
Kyrgyzstan 55,144+ 1,130+ 47,337+
Laos 24 0 22
Latvia 4,467+ 54+ 1,357
Lebanon 69,906+ 562+ 33,438+
Lesotho 1,940+ 43 970+
Liberia 1,393 82 1,278
Libya 54,374+ 790+ 29,965+
Liechtenstein 340+ 1 170
Lithuania 9,578+ 129+ 4,015+
Luxembourg 13,713+ 144+ 9,085
Madagascar 16,968+ 244+ 16,301+
Malawi 5,887+ 183 5,288+
Malaysia 25,742+ 221+ 16,555+
Maldives 11,421+ 37 10,472+
Mali 3,472+ 132 2,636+
Malta 5,373+ 50+ 3,478+
Martinique 2,257 24 98
Mauritania 7,663+ 163 7,378+
Mauritius 435 10 386
Mayotte 4,276+ 44 2,964
Mexico 880,775+ 88,312+ 641,075+
Moldova 71,089+ 1,669+ 51,719+
Monaco 296+ 2 244+
Mongolia 337+ 0 312
Montenegro 16,629+ 263+ 12,601+
Morocco 194,461+ 3,255+ 160,372+
Mozambique 11,895+ 85+ 9,244+
Myanmar 43,788+ 1,066+ 23,708+
Namibia 12,579+ 133 10,775+
Nepal 155,233+ 842+ 108,334+
Netherlands 281,052+ 7,019+ N/A
New Zealand 1,934+ 25 1,835+
Nicaragua 5,434 155 4,225
Niger 1,215 69 1,128
Nigeria 61,930+ 1,129 57,285+
North Macedonia 26,394+ 897+ 18,430+
Norway 17,749+ 279 11,863
Oman 111,837 1,147 97,949
Pakistan 327,063+ 6,727+ 310,101+
Palestine 49,989+ 443+ 43,232+
Panama 128,515+ 2,628+ 104,562+
Papua New Guinea 583 7 545
Paraguay 59,043+ 1,293+ 39,214+
Peru 886,214+ 34,095+ 803,846+
Philippines 367,819+ 6,934+ 313,112+
Poland 241,946+ 4,351+ 109,344+
Portugal 116,109+ 2,297+ 67,842+
Qatar 130,965+ 229 127,868+
Réunion 5,149 20 4,630
Romania 205,793+ 6,318+ 147,932+
Russia 1,497,167+ 25,821+ 1,130,818+
Rwanda 5,060+ 34 4,806
S. Korea 25,775+ 457+ 23,834+
Saint Lucia 52+ 0 27
Saint Martin 538 8 422
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
San Marino 819 42 716
Sao Tome and Principe 938+ 15 898
Saudi Arabia 344,552+ 5,281+ 330,995+
Senegal 15,543+ 321 14,161+
Serbia 38,872+ 789+ 31,536
Seychelles 153 0 149
Sierra Leone 2,345+ 74 1,784+
Singapore 57,965+ 28 57,844+
Sint Maarten 776 22 702
Slovakia 40,801+ 159+ 9,920+
Slovenia 21,274+ 235+ 8,018+
Solomon Islands 4 0 3
Somalia 3,897 102 3,166
South Africa 714,246+ 18,944+ 644,641+
South Sudan 2,878+ 56 1,290
Spain 1,110,372 34,752 N/A
Sri Lanka 7,521+ 15+ 3,714+
St. Barth 77 0 66
St. Vincent Grenadines 73 0 65+
Sudan 13,733+ 836 6,764
Suriname 5,166+ 109 5,016+
Sweden 110,594 5,933 N/A
Switzerland 103,653 2,081+ 55,800
Syria 5,359+ 267+ 1,722+
Taiwan 550+ 7 497
Tajikistan 10,736+ 81 9,836+
Tanzania 509 21 183
Thailand 3,731+ 59 3,529+
Timor-Leste 29 0 28
Togo 2,187+ 52 1,591+
Trinidad and Tobago 5,503+ 105+ 4,018+
Tunisia 48,799+ 819+ 5,032
Turkey 359,784+ 9,727+ 313,093+
Turks and Caicos 699 6 689
UAE 123,764+ 475 116,894+
Uganda 11,297+ 99 7,281+
UK 854,010+ 44,745+ N/A
Ukraine 337,410+ 6,289+ 139,755+
Uruguay 2,807+ 53 2,301+
USA 8,824,114+ 230,045+ 5,738,776+
Uzbekistan 64,923+ 544+ 62,033+
Vatican City 27 0 15
Venezuela 88,718+ 764+ 82,899+
Vietnam 1,160+ 35 1,051+
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Yemen 2,060 599 1,360+
Zambia 16,117+ 348+ 15,179
Zimbabwe 8,269+ 236 7,785+
Total: 42,913,857 1,154,282 31,657,059

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 19
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 109 0 109

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Brunei 146 3 143
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 159 4 155

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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2020.10.24 09:50 Mark-Mod Transcript of the Financial Update Live Session with Solve.Care CFO Ian Plenderleith (23.10.20)

Transcript of the Financial Update Live Session with Solve.Care CFO Ian Plenderleith (23.10.20)
Watch this on YouTube: https://youtu.be/hcDTlRQS1J4

Good day, Solve.Care community. My name is Ian Plenderleith and I'm the new CFO of Solve.Care. It is a pleasure to have the opportunity to speak with you all today. I joined Solve.Care just over a month ago. It's a very exciting time to join the company and I will highlight this in today's presentation. It's also the first time I've spoken to the Solve.Care community, and I thank you for giving me your time today.
Going forward, I plan to schedule a regular, at least a quarterly, video conference with you all to update you on what has been achieved in the quarter, and what we are looking to achieve in the quarter and the year ahead. It is important that we keep you, the Solve.Care community, updated on the financial performance of the company.
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But before I start the presentation in detail—a little bit about me and my career to date: I have 20 years experience in major blue chip companies, and extensive experience in capital markets through the management of an IPO and leading companies on the London Stock Exchange and NASDAQ OMX Baltic Stock Exchange.
In the slide, there are a number of my career highlights to give you confidence in what I have achieved in financial markets, and business growth, and capital market growth in the various companies I've worked in. For example, the successful IPO of Tallinn Walter in 2005, raising over $60 million for shareholders, and which was eight times oversubscribed. Tallinn Water—I'm proud to say—was the winner of the Best Investor Relations program on the NASDAQ OMX Baltic stock market in 2013-14. From 2011 to 2014, we doubled the market capitalization of Tallinn Water.
I've worked in large businesses with large capital programs, and have raised over 100 million dollars in capital markets to fund those programs. And I've been involved in business acquisitions and business sales. I'm particularly proud of the business sale of Dee Valley Water in the UK, where we achieved the highest premium to asset base of any water company.
And finally, my board experience is extensive. I have been boards on companies in the UK, in Argentina, Poland, Bulgaria, Estonia, and the Netherlands.
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It's a very exciting time for Solve.Care, and I believe there are many many opportunities for ourselves to grow, and grow the revenues of the organization. The potential of the company is enormous. I want you to understand, be excited about the revenue growth opportunities, and the opportunities we have to increase SOLVE token utilization in 2020, 2021, and beyond. And I will explain this to you in the presentation today. We just go through the agenda. Today we will talk about:
- An overview of Solve.Care in 2020;
- The new networks that we developed, and it's a very relevant in the post-COVID world;
- The revenues we're securing, the resources that we have put in place to grow the business; and
- The financial outlook for 2021.
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Starting with the first agenda item there—the highlights to the end of Q3 2020.
During 2020, Solve.Care has been building teams to strengthen the organization and put it in a position to grow the business. In addition to recruiting myself, we've included a new VP of Technology, a new Global Head of HR, and a number of development managers. In addition to that, we've recruited an Indian development team to speed up the process of development and network development.
We have put in place three new networks that are relevant in the post-COVID world, and I will explain these in more detail to you through the presentation.
In addition to that, we've won two awards in 2020—Technology of the Year 2020, the SSON's Impact Awards, and Industry Solution of the Year in 2020 at the Enterprise Blockchain Awards. And just for the community there, I'd just like to [sound], if anyone can guess who came second to Solve.Care in that awards ceremony? It was none other than IBM, the global corporate giant. And we're particularly proud of that award that we've won, and I think it's a demonstration of the quality of Solve.Care and Solve.Care's products.
In addition to that, we've been preparing the business to grow, and grow into 2021 and beyond. We've worked on partnerships and continue to work on develop[ing] the partnership that we have with Boehringer Ingelheim, and they're committed to working with us to grow our Diabetes Care Network. Earlier this week, we announced a partnership with Chainlink to help us with our DeFi solutions. And we're already in discussions with medical device suppliers—three manufacturers and two distributors—to help us grow our business in remote patient monitoring.
So it's been a busy time for the company during Q3. We have been preparing ourselves to grow, and the business is ready to grow through the partnerships that we have signed.
Moving through, now looking at the new networks that are relevant in the post-COVID world—What have we been doing this year to prepare ourselves for growth?
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Firstly, we have the Team.Care Network. This is a return-to-work and COVID risk management network. And never has a product been more required in today's world—not just from a healthcare perspective, but also from an economic perspective. Continuing to operate any business while keeping staff safe is fundamental. And Solve.Care has developed a superb product to enable employers, large and small, to safely manage their workforce. The opportunities to grow this network are huge, and we are taking advantage of them.
In the USA, we're focusing on the health sector around Las Vegas area. We're looking at hospitality, food services, utilities, education, and transport. And in the APAC region, we're focusing on global insurance companies, where there are large global contact centers who are ripe for this kind of product.
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We've recently signed a Reseller Agreement with an Asian subsidiary of a global company that serves clients in 120 countries. This gives us an enormous opportunity to grow. This is a tremendous network that we've put in place, and as I said earlier, never more relevant in today's COVID world.
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This network is already working successfully, and we can see that through our relationship with Angel Kids. Angel Kids is already using the Team.Care Network, and is seeing tremendous success and benefits from using it. As the Pediatrics Administrator, Suzane Assali, has said, "Everyday it shows us which employees are considered low risk and high risk, as well as showing some as unknown." As an employer, that's essential for anybody who wishes to safely manage their workforce and the risks around their workforce. Tremendous success.
But from the Solve.Care community perspective, this is the opportunity to grow, and grow the business. And we put together some forecasts for 2021 for the Team.Care Network revenue projections, based upon the work that we are doing in the USA, and the work that we are doing in the APAC region.
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We are currently focusing on those two regions and this forecast, for next year, 2021, we are estimating revenues of close to $2.3 million. That's based upon an average number of employee wallets, i.e. employees using the Team.Care Network of 75,000 per month. Based upon our discussions with the reseller operating in the APAC region, and also the large industries within the United States of America that we are targeting, the opportunities to exceed the 75,000 wallets per month is significant and we will be looking to achieve a much higher sales value than this in the market. But at the moment, our current forecast—and myself as a finance professional will always use a conservative forecast—we are looking at $2.3 million of sales in 2021.
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Our second network is the Global Telehealth Exchange network, the GTHE, which you will have heard much about. The global telehealth market in 2021 and beyond is enormous. In 2019, it was forecast to be $175 billion going up to $657 billion by 2026. From the perspective of Solve.Care, the GTHE is on track for launch this quarter, in Q4 2020.
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We have already signed up physicians from 23 countries across the world, and this number is growing daily. And in addition to that, we're involved in detailed discussions with physicians associations in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. This is a global product and as you can see there—the countries where we have signed physicians and are looking to sign physicians. The opportunity to scale and grow within this market is enormous.
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And again, we've already had feedback from physicians from across the world commenting on the quality of our product, the nature of our products, and the benefits that our products will bring. In this slide and the next slide after, these are real world thoughts from leading professional physicians across the world. In addition to these comments from these individual physicians, we can continue to combine and work with physicians associations. This gives Solve.Care an opportunity for an enormous step change in the growth of revenues and utilization of the SOLVE token.
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Again, we've put forward some forecasts revenues for 2021. Our forecast next year is to do close to $8 million in revenues, and this is based upon an average number of physicians of only 1400 per month using the GTHE.
We will, of course, be looking to achieve a much higher sales value. The market opportunity is far greater than our current forecast. As I mentioned in the previous slide, the physicians associations we are talking to are many times larger than our 2021 forecasts, one of which has a number of physicians of over 15,000, and another with over 20,000 physicians as part of those associations. We hope to be able to secure one or more of these associations before the end of 2020 or into early 2021. However, we have not included any of these in our forecast sales revenues. And again, to reiterate, all the transactions on the GTHE will be utilized in SOLVE tokens.
We now move on to the DeFi for healthcare scheme, which I know Pradeep has been giving a number of presentations on the opportunities for this. He will be briefing again next week. But I just like to give you a few examples here of what this can mean to the financial performance of Solve.Care.
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[In the] slide there, we're listing off a number of the use cases for the DeFi for healthcare scheme.
This is a massive opportunity to utilize the power of blockchain and cryptocurrency communities to create asset pools that can be used to deliver tangible benefits right across the world and for patients and physicians across the world. What better opportunity is there for the blockchain and cryptocurrency communities to combine their talents and resources to deliver these benefits?
In Solve.Care, we are already developing partnerships for consumer medical device financing solutions, and again are in discussions with manufacturers and distributors to enable us to commence the DeFi for medical devices scheme in the very near future. Within the slide, we've also highlighted a number of other opportunities that we will also look to exploit into 2021.
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To give more detail on the DeFi for healthcare revenue projections, I've included a detailed slide here. And you will see within that slide from the administration and treasury management function within the healthcare pool—so the remote device pool that we are looking to launch in 2021 is $2.3 million of revenues for Solve.Care, and the Solve.Care token. And again, all of these transactions, the $46 million will be carried out using the Solve.Care token. Pradeep will be giving you a further update on all of that next week. And we look forward to you hearing more and learning more of your thoughts on the DeFi networks.
We've spoken there about a number of opportunities to grow the business, and grow the business going forward. To grow the business going forward, it is essential that we are able to put in place long-term resourcing plans to guarantee the success of the business.
The first one of these is securing staff, and securing staff for the long term who can continue to develop high-quality products and services. Solve.Care believes strongly in highly motivated teams that share in its long-term success. This is a critical factor in building a sustainable company that will continue to grow, and of course be able to grow quickly.
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And one of the long-term reward plans we can implement is the token release plan, as detailed in the whitepaper from April 2018. Within the whitepaper, we have an obligation to reward our teams, and the original plan was for 180 million tokens for staff to be released after a 30-month period, which concluded at the end of October 2018. Based on our own internal discussions, we reduced this to only 35% of the 180 million now to [serve] 63 million of user tokens for staff reward. Of course, I will review all obligations within this reward program and execute according to the optimal schedule for the Solve.Care community, being methodical and conservative, and only utilizing the Solve.Care reward system where it is appropriate to do so.
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Another thing we're looking to continue to grow the business is the strategic goal of improving the liquidity of Solve.Care going forward. It is essential that we are able to gain greater utilization of the token. We want real utilization of Solve.Care by real patients and doctors, and I've explained what we're looking to do in 2021 to enable that to happen. We've got new networks that we're launching to the market—B2B, B2C, and B2G.
And we're looking at trading platforms and continue to escalate and use trading platforms to make the Solve.Care token more accessible for people around the world. Something that I know the Solve.Care community is looking for and looking for us to do. We believe that by doing this, Solve.Care will lead the way to bringing real uses to the crypto and blockchain industry, and will become one of the biggest winners of crypto meeting the real economy in a post-COVID world.
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In addition to do that, we're looking at financing plans for 2021 to enable us to grow our business. We have growth plans across the globe in 2021, with the networks I've previously mentioned to you. And in 2021, we are looking to utilize capital markets to raise between $20 and $50 million to help grow our business and token utilization. We have chosen the financing pathways that we want to use. We are looking to use either Regulation A+, a public offering, or Regulation B, a private offering. We will look to start this process in Q2 2021. I believe it will take between three and six months to complete.
Why are we doing this at this point in time? The market is extremely interested in healthcare solutions and funding healthcare solutions in 2021. A record amount of money is being pushed into healthcare products and healthcare solutions right across the globe. The time is right for us to take advantage of this. We have chosen our advisors, and we have now started an initial work plan with them to determine which of these is the optimum pathway.
The impact of this on the SOLVE token utilization will be huge. The growth of the GTHE and other Solve.Care-powered networks will be enormous. This will grow our network and will continue to enable us to grow SOLVE token utilization.
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We now move into 2021 financial performance. I have given you some indications—some of the networks and we will go through these again. One of the first things I'd like to highlight is the significant reduction in network build costs that we have within Solve.Care. We have worked hard at our efficiency continuing to be more and more efficient in the quality of our build.
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Again, I make no apology for reiterating this, our Team.Care Network revenue projections for 2021 is almost $2.3 million, based on an average of only 75,000 employee wallets per month. The opportunity to grow Team.Care in the post-COVID world is enormous. We are focused in the USA and the APAC region, on employers with large employee bases. We are looking to outperform that number of employee wallets and those revenues.
Again, GTHE revenue projection [is] close to $8 million in 2021, based on an average of less than 1400 physicians per month. This does not take into account any relationships that we may have with physicians associations, and as I mentioned earlier, there's one with 15,000 members and another one with over 20,000 members. If we can attract and work our way into these physicians associations, that number can be many times greater.
In addition to that in 2021, we are looking to implement, and we are forecasting to implement from a financial perspective, one DeFi network for health care and one new Care Network. We have taken prudent approach here and we do not believe those networks will deliver financial returns on to the second half of the year. As such, we are only forecasting $1.8 million worth of revenues for 2021 for our other Care Networks. There are opportunities to deliver high values there. Can we gain more revenues from the relationship that we have with Boehringer Ingelheim? Can we get other Care Networks out into the community sooner? Can we launch more than one DeFi network in 2021? If we can, all of those will enable us to grow our revenues beyond the $1.8 million that is included in this forecast.
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And finally, in summary there of our revenues for 2021, broken down by quarter and by type. You will see that we are forecasting to have a small revenue base in the first quarter, rising to almost an annual revenues of $12 million by the end of Q4, made up there by the key networks: Team.Care, the GTHE, and the other Care Networks that I mentioned previously—one from DeFi and one from another Care Network. You will note the importance of DeFi, and you will also have noted from the previous slides, the opportunities that we have to significantly outperform the DeFi revenue totals by partnering with physicians associations.
So all in all, 2021 is looking like a very, very positive year for Solve.Care—real world revenues, growing revenues and an opportunity to significantly outperform the revenues that are contained within this presentation that I have made to you today. So looking forward into 2021, Solve.Care is well-positioned for significant growth indeed.
Efficiency.
We've already built five networks to enable us to grow and develop revenue streams from. Our IT architecture is in place to build new networks of much lower costs and enable us to continue to deliver new networks, increase utilization, increase revenues, keeping costs low. We have a lower-cost long-term staff retention and reward scheme that we will be implementing to ensure that we have the IT staff to enable us to deliver those networks of high quality products and services for the Solve.Care community and the global healthcare community.
Growth.
We are working with large blue chip companies such as Boehringer Ingelheim to grow the business. We will continue to partner, to grow, and continue again to partner, to grow the business. And to enable us to do that, we are now putting in plans to raise up to 50 million US dollars, so that we can scale the business and grow that business across the world, and especially where those revenues are so high and the opportunities are so great. We have a superb set of products, and with strong fundraising plans, and with strong partnerships, we will be able to exploit those for the benefits of the Solve.Care community.
And, of course, 2021 revenues.
It's a pleasure to be able to put in front of you some revenue streams for 2021, which will of course increase Solve.Care token utilization. We've got new revenue streams on top of that which we're looking to put in place from real DeFi healthcare and remote patient monitoring. Even without those, we are forecasting revenues for 2021 of close to $12 million. With, as I've explained through the presentation, the potential for upside.
So that concludes the presentation on the financial performance of the business. Certainly, if any of you have any questions that you would like to have, please send them through to me through the usual channels. I believe we usually have questions through the Solve.Care Telegram platform. Please send them through; we'll be happy to deal with them. Just before I close, I just like to give you a little bit of background on myself and my thoughts on Solve.Care for the first month that I have been there. I've joined a passionate and well-organized team that has a fantastic and growing set of healthcare solutions. The potential is enormous in this creative and talented group of people, and I'm amazed by what the company has accomplished so far. Five Care Networks that can be used right across the globe. New networks planned for 2021. In my career, I have always been involved in companies that provide a vital service for all sections of the community. I'm passionate about delivering the service that helps improve people's lives and the wider environment. This is a strong motivator for me, and it's crystal clear that Solve.Care delivers this and delivers this enormously.
Before I joined the company, I engaged in detailed discussions with Pradeep about what he wanted to do with the organization. This is a business that's ripe for growth. This is a business that Pradeep wanted to grow, and this is a business that I wanted to join to help it to grow, and help it to grow in a structured and sustainable way. I share Pradeep's vision, and the vision and dreams of the wider executive team to really grow this business right across the globe. We have tremendous opportunity to do that. And we have the products and services to enable us to do that.
My focus for you, the community, is to monetize our products and services in a sustainable way that increases the utilization of the Solve.Care token. Doubling, trebling, quadrupling the token price and more is an objective that we're setting for ourselves. And to achieve this, I'll be using my global experience to focus on increased financial focus on all sales activities for deliverables—focusing on hedging our relationships with our large pharmaceutical providers, such as Boehringer Ingelheim to deliver greater value; using financial and financial information to ensure that network build costs are efficient; implementing efficient capital structures that lay the foundations for sustainable global growth, and an increase in token utilization; and of course, communicating the Solve.Care story as widely as possible. Today is the first financial corporate communication we've had; it certainly won't be the last. This will become a scheduled and routine events, but not just with yourselves, the Solve.Care community, but also with the crypto and financial currency investors, their analysts, and advisors. The more people know about our story, the greater the interest. The greater the interest, the greater the opportunities to grow and increase token utilization.
I'm very excited about the prospects for Solve.Care. And I look forward to working on behalf of you all to help Solve.Care grow, and grow globally. We have a very strong team in place. We are making the company more effective and efficient. We have great relationships with blue chip companies in the healthcare industry. And we have identified revenue streams for 2021. That's our ready-to-use, industry leading services and networks.
Thank you very much for your time this afternoon. It has been a pleasure to have the opportunity to present to you. I look forward to receiving your questions. And I look forward to presenting to you again, so that we can demonstrate the Solve.Care journey, and Solve.Care increase across the globe in the products and services that it is delivering, and delivering on behalf of you, the Solve.Care community.
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2020.10.23 14:56 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 23OCT20

Summary As Of: 23OCT20 @ 23:00 GMT
Countries 215 + 2
Cases 42,441,386
Deaths 1,148,515
Recovered 31,410,465
Active Cases 9,714,839
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 207 2 6
Cases 42,441,386 84 109
Deaths 1,148,515 2 0
Rcvrd 31,410,465 82 109

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
21OCT 439,615 6,845 284,865
22OCT 479,476 6,472 273,664
23OCT 468,091 6,348 232,511

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,706,622 40,977 1,397,949
Asia 12,981,587 231,693 11,401,500
Europe 7,838,564 246,305 3,375,086
N A 10,465,208 341,445 6,972,737
Oceania 35,216 958 31,143
S A 12,981,587 231,693 11,401,500

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 8,737,309+ 229,223+ 5,692,842+
India 7,813,668+ 117,992+ 7,013,569+
Brazil 5,353,656+ 156,471+ 4,797,872+
Russia 1,480,646+ 25,525+ 1,119,251+
Spain 1,110,372+ 34,752+ N/A
Argentina 1,069,368+ 28,338+ 866,695+
France 1,041,075+ 34,508+ 109,486+
Colombia 998,942+ 29,802+ 901,652+
Peru 883,116+ 34,033+ 800,480+
Mexico 874,171+ 87,894+ 636,391+
UK 830,998+ 44,571+ N/A
South Africa 712,412+ 18,891+ 643,523+
Iran 556,891+ 31,985+ 446,685+
Chile 498,906+ 13,844+ 471,343+
Italy 484,869+ 37,059+ 261,808+
Iraq 445,949+ 10,513+ 375,188+
Germany 417,350+ 10,090+ 310,200+
Bangladesh 396,413+ 5,761+ 312,065+
Indonesia 381,910+ 13,077+ 305,100+
Philippines 365,799+ 6,915+ 312,691+
Turkey 357,693+ 9,658+ 311,520+
Saudi Arabia 344,157+ 5,264+ 330,578+
Ukraine 330,396+ 6,164+ 137,578+
Pakistan 326,216+ 6,715+ 309,646+
Israel 308,840+ 2,329+ 290,130+
Netherlands 272,401+ 6,964+ N/A
Belgium 270,132+ 10,588+ 22,213+
Czechia 231,146+ 1,941+ 91,589+
Poland 228,318+ 4,172+ 105,092+
Canada 211,508+ 9,888+ 177,746+
Romania 201,032+ 6,245+ 144,429+
Morocco 190,416+ 3,205+ 157,175+
Ecuador 158,270+ 12,528+ 134,187
Nepal 153,008+ 829+ 105,488+
Bolivia 140,445+ 8,584+ 106,950+
Qatar 130,711+ 229+ 127,599+
Panama 127,227 2,612 103,398
Dominican Republic 122,873 2,212 100,920
UAE 122,273+ 475+ 115,068+
Kuwait 120,232+ 740+ 111,440+
Portugal 112,440+ 2,276+ 65,880+
Oman 111,837 1,147 97,949
Sweden 110,594+ 5,933+ N/A
Kazakhstan 110,086+ 1,796 105,493+
Egypt 106,230+ 6,176+ 98,713+
Guatemala 103,902+ 3,594+ 93,341+
Switzerland 103,653+ 2,067+ 55,800+
Costa Rica 101,826+ 1,265+ 61,662+
Japan 95,138+ 1,694+ 88,245+
Ethiopia 92,229+ 1,400+ 46,118+
Honduras 91,509+ 2,604+ 37,132+
Belarus 91,167+ 945 82,136+
Venezuela 88,416+ 759+ 82,284+
China 85,747+ 4,634 80,865+
Bahrain 79,574+ 311+ 76,143+
Austria 74,415+ 954+ 55,195+
Armenia 73,310+ 1,145+ 50,276+
Moldova 70,256+ 1,654+ 51,102+
Lebanon 68,479+ 559+ 32,412+
Uzbekistan 64,724+ 542+ 61,957+
Nigeria 61,882+ 1,129+ 57,190+
Singapore 57,951+ 28 57,832+
Paraguay 57,526+ 1,262+ 38,187+
Algeria 55,630+ 1,897+ 38,788+
Ireland 55,261+ 1,878+ 23,364
Kyrgyzstan 54,588+ 1,126+ 47,050+
Hungary 54,278+ 1,352+ 15,655+
Libya 53,384+ 774+ 29,619+
Palestine 49,579+ 439+ 42,850+
Jordan 48,930+ 508+ 7,449+
Azerbaijan 48,221+ 656+ 40,831+
Kenya 47,843+ 884+ 33,421+
Ghana 47,601+ 314+ 46,824+
Tunisia 47,214+ 784+ 5,032
Myanmar 42,365+ 1,038+ 22,445+
Afghanistan 40,687+ 1,507+ 34,010+
Denmark 38,622+ 697+ 31,295+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 38,493+ 1,065+ 26,260+
Serbia 38,115+ 786+ 31,536
Slovakia 37,911+ 134+ 8,859+
Bulgaria 36,519+ 1,077+ 18,102+
El Salvador 32,421+ 940+ 28,127+
Croatia 31,717+ 413+ 22,910+
Greece 29,057+ 559+ 9,989
Australia 27,484+ 905 25,169+
North Macedonia 25,991+ 883+ 18,247+
S. Korea 25,698+ 455+ 23,717+
Georgia 24,562+ 183+ 9,751+
Malaysia 24,514+ 214+ 15,884+
Cameroon 21,570 425 20,117
Ivory Coast 20,405+ 121 20,100+
Slovenia 19,307+ 214+ 7,659+
Albania 18,556+ 469+ 10,466+
Norway 17,405+ 279 11,863
Madagascar 16,810 238 16,215
Montenegro 16,436+ 255+ 12,378+
Zambia 16,095+ 346 15,179+
Senegal 15,525+ 321 14,082+
Finland 14,474+ 353 9,800
Sudan 13,724 836 6,764
Luxembourg 12,851+ 141+ 9,085+
Namibia 12,501+ 133 10,748+
Mozambique 11,748+ 82+ 9,234+
Guinea 11,635 71 10,474
Maldives 11,391+ 37 10,428+
Uganda 11,163+ 99+ 7,269+
DRC 11,122+ 304 10,379
Tajikistan 10,695+ 81 9,782+
French Guiana 10,351+ 69 9,995
Lithuania 9,104+ 126+ 3,978+
Haiti 9,015+ 231 7,361+
Gabon 8,901 54 8,479
Jamaica 8,638+ 182+ 4,156+
Angola 8,582 260 3,305
Zimbabwe 8,257+ 236 7,771+
Cabo Verde 8,122 91 6,940
Mauritania 7,650 163 7,369
Guadeloupe 7,329 115 2,199
Sri Lanka 7,153+ 14 3,644+
Cuba 6,479+ 128 5,899+
Bahamas 6,268+ 130 3,795+
Botswana 5,923 21 927
Malawi 5,885+ 183 5,287+
Eswatini 5,831+ 116 5,485+
Djibouti 5,528+ 61 5,393+
Trinidad and Tobago 5,487+ 104+ 3,945+
Nicaragua 5,434 155 4,225
Syria 5,319+ 264+ 1,692+
Hong Kong 5,285+ 105 5,029+
Malta 5,258+ 49 3,439+
French Polynesia 5,161 19 3,536
Congo 5,156 92 3,887
Suriname 5,154 109 4,995
Réunion 5,149+ 20+ 4,630+
Equatorial Guinea 5,074 83 4,961
Rwanda 5,052+ 34 4,806+
CAR 4,862+ 62 1,924
Aruba 4,401+ 36 4,160+
Iceland 4,308+ 11 3,187+
Estonia 4,300+ 73+ 3,418+
Latvia 4,208+ 50+ 1,357
Mayotte 4,203 44 2,964
Andorra 4,038+ 69+ 2,729+
Guyana 3,960+ 117+ 2,923+
Somalia 3,897 102 3,166
Thailand 3,727+ 59 3,518+
Gambia 3,659 119 2,660
Mali 3,440 132 2,608
Cyprus 3,314+ 25 1,444
Belize 2,995+ 46 1,826+
South Sudan 2,876+ 56+ 1,290
Uruguay 2,701 53 2,204
Benin 2,557 41 2,330
Burkina Faso 2,433+ 65 1,996+
Guinea-Bissau 2,403 41 1,818
Sierra Leone 2,343+ 74+ 1,782+
Martinique 2,257 24 98
Togo 2,162+ 52 1,586+
Yemen 2,060+ 599+ 1,354+
Lesotho 1,934+ 43 961
New Zealand 1,923+ 25 1,832+
Chad 1,423+ 96 1,234+
Liberia 1,393+ 82 1,278
Niger 1,215 69 1,128
Vietnam 1,148 35 1,049
Sao Tome and Principe 935 15 898
San Marino 819+ 42 716+
Curaçao 818+ 1 534+
Channel Islands 795+ 48 659
Sint Maarten 776+ 22 702+
Turks and Caicos 699+ 6 689
Gibraltar 641+ 0 500+
Papua New Guinea 583 7 545
Burundi 553+ 1 497
Taiwan 548 7 497
Saint Martin 538 8 422
Comoros 517 7 494
Tanzania 509 21 183
Faeroe Islands 490 0 473
Eritrea 461+ 0 405+
Mauritius 435+ 10 386+
Isle of Man 348 24 321
Bhutan 336+ 0 306
Mongolia 328 0 312
Liechtenstein 324+ 1 170+
Monaco 295+ 2 241+
Cambodia 286 0 280
Cayman Islands 239+ 1 215
Barbados 226+ 7 207
Bermuda 190+ 9 175+
Seychelles 153+ 0 149+
Caribbean Netherlands 150 3 121
Brunei 148 3 143
Antigua and Barbuda 122 3 107+
St. Barth 77 0 66
St. Vincent Grenadines 73+ 0 64
Saint Lucia 48+ 0 27
Dominica 37+ 0 29
Fiji 33 2 30
Timor-Leste 29 0 28
Grenada 27 0 24
Vatican City 27 0 15
Laos 24 0 22
Greenland 17 0 16
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Solomon Islands 4+ 0 3+
Total: 42,441,386 1,148,515 31,410,465

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 19
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 109 0 109

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Brunei 146 3 143
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 159 4 155

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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2020.10.22 16:48 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 22OCT20

Summary As Of: 22OCT20 @ 23:31 GMT
Countries 215 + 2
Cases 41,942,432
Deaths 1,141,612
Recovered 31,157,382
Active Cases 9,643,438
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 208 2 5
Cases 41,942,432 84 108
Deaths 1,141,612 2 0
Rcvrd 31,157,382 82 108

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
20OCT 383,631 6,169 270,914
21OCT 438,614 6,848 284,865
22OCT 454,977 5,915 253,092

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,696,410 40,760 1,390,784
Asia 12,883,846 230,114 11,304,972
Europe 7,755,460 245,508 3,345,799
N A 10,369,978 339,956 6,918,165
Oceania 35,188 958 31,128
S A 9,200,829 284,301 8,165,875
Complete chart in Full Version

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
Afghanistan 40,626+ 1,505+ 33,831+
Albania 18,250+ 465+ 10,395+
Algeria 55,357+ 1,888+ 38,618+
Andorra 3,811 63 2,470
Angola 8,582+ 260+ 3,305+
Antigua and Barbuda 122 3 101
Argentina 1,037,325 27,519 840,520
Armenia 70,836+ 1,131+ 49,787+
Aruba 4,389+ 36+ 4,120+
Australia 27,466+ 905 25,159+
Austria 71,844+ 941+ 53,970+
Azerbaijan 47,418+ 648+ 40,619+
Bahamas 6,135+ 130+ 3,705+
Bahrain 79,211+ 308 75,840+
Bangladesh 394,827+ 5,747+ 310,532+
Barbados 224+ 7 207+
Belarus 90,380+ 945+ 81,501+
Belgium 253,386+ 10,539+ 21,717+
Belize 2,937+ 46+ 1,756+
Benin 2,557+ 41 2,330
Bermuda 188 9 174
Bhutan 332+ 0 306+
Bolivia 140,228+ 8,558+ 106,330+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 37,314+ 1,051+ 25,989+
Botswana 5,923+ 21 927+
Brazil 5,332,634+ 155,962+ 4,785,297+
*Brunei * 148+ 3 143
Bulgaria 34,930+ 1,064+ 17,833+
Burkina Faso 2,414+ 65 1,869+
Burundi 551+ 1 497
Cabo Verde 8,122+ 91+ 6,940+
Cambodia 286 0 280
Cameroon 21,570 425 20,117
Canada 209,148+ 9,862+ 175,805+
CAR 4,858 62 1,924
Caribbean Netherlands 150 3 121
Cayman Islands 236+ 1 215+
Chad 1,410+ 96 1,223+
Channel Islands 784+ 48 659
Chile 497,131+ 13,792+ 469,765+
China 85,729+ 4,634 80,850+
Colombia 990,270+ 29,636+ 893,712+
Comoros 517+ 7 494
Congo 5,156 92 3,887
Costa Rica 100,616+ 1,251+ 61,162+
Croatia 29,850+ 406+ 22,064+
Cuba 6,421+ 128+ 5,871+
Curaçao 804+ 1 509+
Cyprus 3,154+ 25 1,444
Czechia 223,065+ 1,845+ 87,225+
Denmark 37,763+ 694+ 30,877+
Djibouti 5,522+ 61 5,389+
Dominica 33 0 29
Dominican Republic 122,873+ 2,212+ 100,920+
DRC 11,097+ 304+ 10,379+
Ecuador 156,451+ 12,500+ 134,187
Egypt 106,060+ 6,166+ 98,624+
El Salvador 32,262+ 936+ 27,904+
Equatorial Guinea 5,074 83 4,961+
Eritrea 457+ 0 391+
Estonia 4,247+ 71 3,366+
Eswatini 5,814+ 116 5,468+
Ethiopia 91,693+ 1,396+ 45,260+
Faeroe Islands 490+ 0 473
Fiji 33 2 30
Finland 14,255+ 355 9,800
France 999,043+ 34,210+ 108,599+
French Guiana 10,342+ 69 9,995
French Polynesia 5,161+ 19+ 3,536+
Gabon 8,901 54 8,479
Gambia 3,659+ 119+ 2,660+
Georgia 22,803+ 178+ 9,401+
Germany 403,874+ 10,044+ 306,100+
Ghana 47,538+ 312 46,789+
Gibraltar 630+ 0 495+
Greece 28,216+ 549+ 9,989
Greenland 17+ 0 16
Grenada 27 0 24
Guadeloupe 7,329 115 2,199
Guatemala 103,172+ 3,580+ 92,665+
Guinea 11,635+ 71+ 10,474+
Guinea-Bissau 2,403 41 1,818
Guyana 3,850 116 2,839
Haiti 9,007+ 231 7,311+
Honduras 91,078+ 2,596+ 36,341+
Hong Kong 5,281+ 105 5,019+
Hungary 52,212+ 1,305+ 15,254+
Iceland 4,268+ 11 3,098+
India 7,759,640+ 117,336+ 6,946,325+
Indonesia 377,541+ 12,959+ 301,006+
Iran 550,757+ 31,650+ 442,674+
Iraq 442,164+ 10,465+ 371,826+
Ireland 54,476+ 1,871+ 23,364
Isle of Man 348 24 321
Israel 308,247+ 2,319+ 288,337+
Italy 465,726+ 36,968+ 259,456+
Ivory Coast 20,390+ 121 20,088+
Jamaica 8,600+ 179+ 4,095+
Japan 94,524+ 1,685+ 87,666+
Jordan 46,441+ 481+ 7,340+
Kazakhstan 109,907+ 1,796 105,385+
Kenya 47,212+ 870+ 33,050+
Kuwait 119,420+ 730+ 110,714+
Kyrgyzstan 54,006+ 1,122+ 46,726+
Laos 24 0 22
Latvia 3,958+ 49+ 1,357+
Lebanon 67,027+ 552+ 31,409+
Lesotho 1,923+ 43 961
Liberia 1,385 82 1,278+
Libya 52,620+ 768+ 29,057+
Liechtenstein 282+ 1 158+
Lithuania 8,663+ 125+ 3,773+
Luxembourg 12,333+ 140+ 8,474+
Madagascar 16,810 238 16,215
Malawi 5,874+ 183 4,764+
Malaysia 23,804+ 204+ 15,417+
Maldives 11,358+ 37 10,383+
Mali 3,440+ 132 2,608+
Malta 5,137+ 49+ 3,384+
Martinique 2,257 24 98
Mauritania 7,650+ 163 7,369+
Mauritius 421+ 10 384+
Mayotte 4,203 44 2,964
Mexico 867,559+ 87,415+ 632,037+
Moldova 69,568+ 1,641+ 50,422+
Monaco 281+ 2 233+
Mongolia 328+ 0 312
Montenegro 16,259+ 253+ 12,093+
Morocco 186,731+ 3,132+ 154,481+
Mozambique 11,559+ 81+ 9,226+
Myanmar 41,008+ 1,005+ 21,144+
Namibia 12,460+ 133 10,609+
Nepal 148,509+ 812+ 102,820+
Netherlands 262,405+ 6,919+ N/A
New Zealand 1,914+ 25 1,831
Nicaragua 5,434 155 4,225
Niger 1,215+ 69 1,128
Nigeria 61,805+ 1,127+ 56,985+
North Macedonia 25,473+ 874+ 18,047+
Norway 17,234+ 279 11,863
Oman 111,837+ 1,147+ 97,949+
Pakistan 325,480+ 6,702+ 309,136+
Palestine 49,134+ 435+ 42,544+
Panama 127,227+ 2,612+ 103,398+
Papua New Guinea 583+ 7 545+
Paraguay 56,819 1,250 37,673
Peru 879,876+ 33,984+ 796,719+
Philippines 363,888+ 6,783+ 312,333+
Poland 214,686+ 4,019+ 102,204+
Portugal 109,541+ 2,245+ 64,531+
Qatar 130,462+ 228+ 127,328+
Réunion 5,015 19 4,445
Romania 196,004+ 6,163+ 141,089+
Russia 1,463,306+ 25,242+ 1,107,988+
Rwanda 5,017+ 34 4,803+
S. Korea 25,543+ 453+ 23,647+
Saint Lucia 42+ 0 27
Saint Martin 538+ 8 422+
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
San Marino 774 42 690
Sao Tome and Principe 935+ 15 898
Saudi Arabia 343,774+ 5,250+ 330,181+
Senegal 15,508+ 321 14,026+
Serbia 37,536+ 783+ 31,536
Seychelles 151+ 0 148
Sierra Leone 2,340+ 73 1,777+
Singapore 57,941+ 28 57,829+
Sint Maarten 769+ 22 681+
Slovakia 35,330+ 115+ 8,763+
Slovenia 17,646+ 211+ 7,299+
Solomon Islands 3 0 0
Somalia 3,897+ 102+ 3,166
South Africa 710,515+ 18,843+ 642,560+
South Sudan 2,872+ 55 1,290
Spain 1,090,521+ 34,521+ N/A
Sri Lanka 6,287+ 14+ 3,561+
St. Barth 77+ 0 66+
St. Vincent Grenadines 68 0 64
Sudan 13,724 836 6,764
Suriname 5,154+ 109 4,995+
Sweden 108,969+ 5,930+ N/A
Switzerland 97,019+ 2,046+ 55,700+
Syria 5,267+ 260+ 1,655+
Taiwan 548+ 7 497+
Tajikistan 10,653+ 81+ 9,724+
Tanzania 509 21 183
Thailand 3,719+ 59 3,514+
Timor-Leste 29 0 28
Togo 2,139+ 52+ 1,574+
Trinidad and Tobago 5,446+ 103+ 3,876+
Tunisia 45,892 740 5,032
Turkey 355,528+ 9,584+ 310,027+
Turks and Caicos 698 6 689
UAE 120,710+ 474+ 113,364+
Uganda 11,041+ 98 7,210+
UK 810,467+ 44,347+ N/A
Ukraine 322,879+ 6,043+ 134,898+
Uruguay 2,701+ 53 2,204+
USA 8,653,973+ 228,283+ 5,647,216+
Uzbekistan 64,439+ 540+ 61,658+
Vatican City 27 0 15
Venezuela 88,035+ 753+ 81,626+
Vietnam 1,148+ 35 1,049+
Wallis and Futuna 1 0 0
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Yemen 2,057 597 1,344+
Zambia 16,035+ 346 15,168
Zimbabwe 8,242+ 236 7,742+
Total: 41,942,432 1,141,612 31,157,382
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Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 19
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 108 0 108

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Brunei 146 3 143
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 159 4 155

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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2020.10.21 12:49 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 21OCT20

Summary As Of: 21OCT20 @ 23:23 GMT
Countries 215 + 2
Cases 41,452,360
Deaths 1,135,523
Recovered 30,850,597
Active Cases 9,466,240
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 207 2 6
Cases 41,452,360 84 124
Deaths 1,135,523 2 0
Rcvrd 30,850,597 82 124

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
19OCT 340,125 4,398 240,069
20OCT 383,202 6,169 270,914
21OCT 427,424 6,675 231,234

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,685,092 40,540 1,384,272
Asia 12,786,775 228,599 11,198,120
Europe 7,513,546 243,715 3,305,230
N A 10,279,268 338,335 6,845,669
Oceania 34,549 955 30,778
S A 9,152,409 283,364 8,085,869

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
Afghanistan 40,510+ 1,501+ 33,824+
Albania 17,948+ 462+ 10,341+
Algeria 55,081+ 1,880+ 38,482+
Andorra 3,811+ 63+ 2,470+
Angola 8,049 251 3,037
Antigua and Barbuda 122+ 3 101
Argentina 1,037,325+ 27,519+ 840,520+
Armenia 68,530+ 1,121+ 49,219+
Aruba 4,369+ 35+ 4,084+
Australia 27,444+ 905 25,147+
Austria 69,409+ 925+ 52,617+
Azerbaijan 46,593+ 642+ 40,448+
Bahamas 6,051+ 127+ 3,633+
Bahrain 78,907+ 308+ 75,424+
Bangladesh 393,131+ 5,723+ 308,845+
Barbados 222 7 205+
Belarus 89,642+ 941+ 80,905+
Belgium 240,159+ 10,489+ 21,477+
Belize 2,886+ 45 1,727+
Benin 2,496 41 2,330
Bermuda 188 9 174
Bhutan 331+ 0 302+
Bolivia 140,037+ 8,526+ 105,526+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 36,315+ 1,031+ 25,779+
Botswana 5,609 21 915
Brazil 5,298,772+ 155,402+ 4,721,593
Brunei 147 3 143
Bulgaria 33,335+ 1,048+ 17,598+
Burkina Faso 2,406+ 65 1,824+
Burundi 550 1 497
Cabo Verde 8,033+ 90+ 6,835+
Cambodia 286+ 0 280
Cameroon 21,570 425 20,117
Canada 205,749+ 9,824+ 173,392+
CAR 4,858+ 62 1,924
Caribbean Netherlands 150 3 121
Cayman Islands 235 1 214+
Chad 1,404+ 96+ 1,221+
Channel Islands 775+ 48 659
Chile 495,637+ 13,719+ 468,269+
China 85,715+ 4,634 80,834+
Colombia 981,700+ 29,464+ 884,895+
Comoros 504 7 494
Congo 5,156 92 3,887
Costa Rica 99,425+ 1,236+ 60,738+
Croatia 28,287+ 393+ 21,435+
Cuba 6,368+ 127 5,814+
Curaçao 785+ 1 479+
Cyprus 2,966+ 25 1,444
Czechia 208,915+ 1,739+ 83,136+
Denmark 37,003+ 690+ 30,432+
Djibouti 5,512+ 61 5,387+
Dominica 33 0 29
Dominican Republic 122,398+ 2,206+ 100,051+
DRC 11,066 303 10,362
Ecuador 155,625+ 12,453+ 134,187
Egypt 105,883+ 6,155+ 98,516+
El Salvador 32,120+ 933+ 27,670+
Equatorial Guinea 5,074 83 4,954
Eritrea 452 0 388
Estonia 4,171+ 71 3,334+
Eswatini 5,805+ 116 5,453+
Ethiopia 91,118+ 1,384+ 44,506+
Faeroe Islands 488 0 473+
Fiji 33+ 2 30
Finland 14,071+ 355+ 9,800+
France 957,421+ 34,048+ 107,652+
French Guiana 10,295+ 69 9,995
French Polynesia 4,548 16 3,202
Gabon 8,901+ 54 8,479+
Gambia 3,655+ 118 2,658+
Georgia 21,208+ 172+ 9,003+
Germany 391,355+ 9,999+ 302,100+
Ghana 47,461+ 312+ 46,752+
Gibraltar 621+ 0 481+
Greece 27,334+ 534+ 9,989
Grenada 27 0 24
Guadeloupe 7,329+ 115+ 2,199
Guatemala 102,415+ 3,567+ 92,149+
Guinea 11,599+ 70 10,461+
Guinea-Bissau 2,403 41 1,818
Guyana 3,850+ 116+ 2,839+
Haiti 8,979+ 231 7,303
Honduras 90,232+ 2,582+ 35,930+
Hong Kong 5,270+ 105 5,004+
Hungary 50,180+ 1,259+ 14,905+
Iceland 4,230+ 11 3,013+
India 7,705,158+ 116,653+ 6,871,898+
Indonesia 373,109+ 12,857+ 297,509+
Iran 545,286+ 31,346+ 438,709+
Iraq 438,265+ 10,418+ 369,010+
Ireland 53,422+ 1,868+ 23,364
Isle of Man 348 24 321
Israel 307,335+ 2,291+ 285,475+
Italy 449,648+ 36,832+ 257,374+
Ivory Coast 20,363+ 121 20,070+
Jamaica 8,445+ 174 4,016+
Japan 93,933+ 1,679+ 87,107+
Jordan 43,620+ 443+ 7,223+
Kazakhstan 109,766+ 1,796+ 105,301+
Kenya 46,144+ 858+ 32,760+
Kuwait 118,531+ 721+ 109,916+
Kyrgyzstan 53,459+ 1,118+ 46,444+
Laos 24+ 0 22
Latvia 3,797+ 47 1,341
Lebanon 65,577+ 536+ 30,470+
Lesotho 1,918 43 961
Liberia 1,385+ 82 1,276+
Libya 51,625+ 765+ 28,440+
Liechtenstein 252+ 1 145+
Lithuania 8,239+ 120+ 3,599+
Luxembourg 11,671+ 138+ 8,473+
Madagascar 16,810 238 16,215
Malawi 5,864+ 183+ 4,762+
Malaysia 22,957+ 199+ 14,931+
Maldives 11,316+ 37 10,284+
Mali 3,428+ 132 2,599+
Malta 5,026+ 46 3,331+
Martinique 2,257 24 98
Mauritania 7,638+ 163 7,363+
Mauritius 419 10 379
Mayotte 4,203+ 44+ 2,964
Mexico 860,714+ 86,893+ 627,584+
Moldova 68,791+ 1,630+ 49,702+
Monaco 273+ 2 231+
Mongolia 327+ 0 312
Montenegro 16,069+ 250+ 11,815+
Morocco 182,580+ 3,079+ 151,634+
Mozambique 11,331+ 79+ 9,165+
Myanmar 39,696+ 972+ 18,865
Namibia 12,406+ 133+ 10,587+
Nepal 144,872+ 791+ 99,605+
Netherlands 253,134+ 6,873+ N/A
New Zealand 1,912+ 25 1,831+
Nicaragua 5,434+ 155+ 4,225
Niger 1,214+ 69 1,128
Nigeria 61,667+ 1,125 56,880+
North Macedonia 24,836+ 862+ 17,905+
Norway 16,964+ 279+ 11,863
Oman 111,484+ 1,137+ 97,367+
Pakistan 324,744+ 6,692+ 308,674+
Palestine 48,628+ 427+ 41,935+
Panama 126,435+ 2,597+ 102,725+
Papua New Guinea 581 7 541
Paraguay 56,819+ 1,250+ 37,673+
Peru 876,885+ 33,937+ 792,892+
Philippines 362,243+ 6,747+ 311,506+
Poland 202,579+ 3,851+ 98,884+
Portugal 106,271+ 2,229+ 63,238+
Qatar 130,210+ 225+ 127,093+
Réunion 5,015+ 19+ 4,445
Romania 191,102+ 6,065+ 137,835+
Russia 1,447,335+ 24,952+ 1,096,560+
Rwanda 5,012+ 34 4,798+
S. Korea 25,424+ 450+ 23,584+
Saint Lucia 38+ 0 27
Saint Martin 531 8 380
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
San Marino 774+ 42 690+
Sao Tome and Principe 933 15 898
Saudi Arabia 343,373+ 5,235+ 329,715+
Senegal 15,484+ 321+ 13,975+
Serbia 37,120+ 781+ 31,536
Seychelles 149 0 148
Sierra Leone 2,337+ 73 1,771+
Singapore 57,933+ 28 57,821+
Sint Maarten 762+ 22 675
Slovakia 33,602+ 98 8,404+
Slovenia 15,982+ 200+ 6,922+
Solomon Islands 3 0 0
Somalia 3,890 101+ 3,166+
South Africa 708,359+ 18,741+ 641,706+
South Sudan 2,870+ 55 1,290
Spain 1,046,641+ 34,366+ N/A
Sri Lanka 5,977+ 13 3,501+
St. Barth 72 0 55
St. Vincent Grenadines 68 0 64
Sudan 13,724 836 6,764
Suriname 5,144+ 109 4,979+
Sweden 107,355+ 5,929+ N/A
Switzerland 91,763+ 2,039 54,600
Syria 5,224+ 257+ 1,629+
Taiwan 544+ 7 495
Tajikistan 10,613+ 80 9,668+
Tanzania 509 21 183
Thailand 3,709+ 59 3,495+
Timor-Leste 29 0 28
Togo 2,120+ 51 1,561+
Trinidad and Tobago 5,392+ 101+ 3,822+
Tunisia 45,892+ 740+ 5,032
Turkey 353,426+ 9,513+ 308,446+
Turks and Caicos 698 6 689
UAE 119,132+ 472+ 111,814+
Uganda 10,933+ 98+ 7,154+
UK 789,229+ 44,158+ N/A
Ukraine 315,826+ 5,927+ 132,219+
Uruguay 2,663+ 53+ 2,172+
USA 8,578,201+ 227,301+ 5,585,140+
Uzbekistan 64,010+ 534 61,068+
Vatican City 27 0 15
Venezuela 87,644+ 747+ 80,316
Vietnam 1,144+ 35 1,046
Wallis and Futuna 1 0 0
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Yemen 2,057 597 1,338
Zambia 16,000+ 346 15,168+
Zimbabwe 8,215+ 236+ 7,725+
Total: 41,452,360 1,135,523 30,850,597

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 16 0 16
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 124 0 124

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Brunei 146 3 143
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 159 4 155

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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2020.10.20 14:46 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 20OCT20

Summary As Of: 20OCT20 @ 23:22 GMT
Countries 215 + 2
Cases 41,017,115
Deaths 1,128,779
Recovered 30,613,421
Active Cases 9,274,915
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 206 3 6
Cases 41,017,115 116 124
Deaths 1,128,779 4 0
Rcvrd 30,613,421 112 124

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
18OCT 340,498 4,080 227,408
19OCT 339,185 4,392 240,069
20OCT 377,703 6,020 264,972

Cases, Deaths, Active by Continent

Cont Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,674,632 40,285 1,376,291
Asia 12,688,517 226,998 11,088,967
Europe 7,319,164 242,056 3,266,032
N A 10,203,950 336,411 6,791,077
Oceania 34,508 955 30,755
S A 9,095,623 282,059 8,059,640

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 8,516,312+ 226,061+ 5,540,810+
India 7,649,158+ 115,950+ 6,792,550+
Brazil 5,274,817+ 154,888+ 4,721,593+
Russia 1,431,635+ 24,635+ 1,085,608+
Spain 1,029,668+ 34,210+ N/A
Argentina 1,018,999+ 27,100+ 829,647+
Colombia 974,139+ 29,272+ 876,731+
France 930,745+ 33,885+ 106,839+
Peru 874,118+ 33,875+ 788,494+
Mexico 854,926+ 86,338+ 623,494+
UK 762,542+ 43,967+ N/A
South Africa 706,304+ 18,656+ 639,568+
Iran 539,670+ 31,034+ 434,676+
Chile 494,478+ 13,702+ 466,643+
Iraq 434,598+ 10,366+ 366,134+
Italy 434,449+ 36,705+ 255,005+
Bangladesh 391,586+ 5,699+ 307,141+
Germany 380,893+ 9,955+ 298,300+
Indonesia 368,842+ 12,734+ 293,653+
Philippines 360,775+ 6,690+ 310,642+
Turkey 351,413+ 9,445+ 306,939+
Saudi Arabia 342,968+ 5,217+ 329,270+
Pakistan 324,077+ 6,673+ 308,020+
Ukraine 309,107+ 5,786+ 129,533+
Israel 306,162+ 2,278+ 282,505+
Netherlands 244,391+ 6,814+ N/A
Belgium 230,480+ 10,443+ 21,214+
Canada 203,198+ 9,792+ 171,368+
Czechia 193,946+ 1,619+ 79,108+
Poland 192,539+ 3,721+ 95,956+
Romania 186,254+ 5,996+ 134,395+
Morocco 179,003+ 3,027+ 148,838+
Ecuador 154,115+ 12,404+ 134,187
Bolivia 139,890+ 8,502+ 104,957+
Nepal 139,129+ 765+ 96,609+
Qatar 129,944+ 224 126,866+
Panama 125,181 2,574 101,545
Dominican Republic 121,973+ 2,204+ 99,271+
Kuwait 117,718+ 714+ 109,198+
UAE 117,594+ 470+ 110,313+
Oman 111,033+ 1,122+ 96,949+
Kazakhstan 109,623+ 1,768 105,145+
Sweden 106,380+ 5,922+ N/A
Egypt 105,705+ 6,142+ 98,413+
Portugal 103,736+ 2,213+ 61,898+
Guatemala 102,219+ 3,546+ 91,604+
Costa Rica 97,922+ 1,222+ 60,109+
Japan 93,480+ 1,676+ 86,513+
Ethiopia 90,490+ 1,371+ 43,638+
Honduras 89,381+ 2,576+ 35,398+
Belarus 88,909+ 937+ 80,503+
Venezuela 87,161+ 741+ 80,316+
Switzerland 86,167+ 2,145+ 54,600+
China 85,704+ 4,634 80,812+
Bahrain 78,533+ 305+ 75,089+
Moldova 67,958+ 1,617+ 49,083+
Austria 67,451+ 914+ 51,407+
Armenia 66,694+ 1,101+ 48,734+
Lebanon 64,336+ 531+ 29,498+
Uzbekistan 63,831+ 534+ 60,910+
Nigeria 61,558 1,125 56,697
Singapore 57,921+ 28 57,819
Paraguay 56,073+ 1,231+ 37,167+
Algeria 54,829+ 1,873+ 38,346+
Kyrgyzstan 52,910+ 1,113+ 46,139+
Ireland 52,256+ 1,865+ 23,364
Libya 50,906+ 746+ 27,832+
Hungary 48,757+ 1,211+ 14,637+
Palestine 48,129+ 421+ 41,455+
Ghana 47,372 310 46,664
Azerbaijan 45,879+ 635+ 40,272+
Kenya 45,647+ 842+ 32,522+
Tunisia 44,450+ 711+ 5,032
Jordan 40,972+ 414+ 7,123+
Afghanistan 40,357+ 1,499+ 33,790+
Myanmar 38,502+ 945+ 18,874+
Serbia 36,608+ 780+ 31,536
Denmark 36,373+ 688+ 29,998+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 35,389+ 1,017+ 25,560+
El Salvador 31,975+ 929+ 27,453+
Bulgaria 31,863+ 1,019+ 17,414+
Slovakia 31,400+ 98+ 8,004+
Australia 27,429+ 905 25,126+
Croatia 26,863+ 382+ 20,962+
Greece 26,469+ 528+ 9,989
S. Korea 25,333+ 447+ 23,466+
North Macedonia 24,196+ 850+ 17,673+
Malaysia 22,225+ 193+ 14,351+
Cameroon 21,570+ 425+ 20,117
Ivory Coast 20,342+ 121 20,044+
Georgia 19,857+ 158+ 8,666+
Albania 17,651+ 458+ 10,225+
Madagascar 16,810 238 16,215
Norway 16,772+ 278 11,863
Zambia 15,982+ 346 15,038+
Montenegro 15,892+ 247+ 11,581+
Senegal 15,459+ 320+ 13,922+
Slovenia 14,473+ 192+ 6,572+
Finland 13,849+ 351 9,100
Sudan 13,724 836 6,764
Namibia 12,367+ 132+ 10,528+
Guinea 11,538+ 70 10,447+
Maldives 11,271+ 37 10,234+
Luxembourg 11,241+ 136+ 8,471
Mozambique 11,190+ 78+ 9,007+
DRC 11,066+ 303 10,362+
Uganda 10,788+ 97 7,066+
Tajikistan 10,574+ 80 9,617+
French Guiana 10,268 69 9,995
Haiti 8,976 231 7,303
Gabon 8,884 54 8,452
Jamaica 8,374+ 174+ 4,002+
Zimbabwe 8,187+ 233+ 7,692+
Angola 8,049+ 251+ 3,037+
Lithuania 7,928+ 118+ 3,276+
Cabo Verde 7,901+ 87 6,792+
Mauritania 7,634+ 163 7,359+
Guadeloupe 7,122 96 2,199
Cuba 6,305+ 127 5,806+
Bahamas 5,923+ 124+ 3,525+
Malawi 5,861+ 182+ 4,757
Sri Lanka 5,811+ 13 3,457+
Eswatini 5,788 116 5,427
Botswana 5,609 21 915
Djibouti 5,499+ 61 5,384+
Nicaragua 5,353 154 4,225
Trinidad and Tobago 5,333+ 98+ 3,758+
Hong Kong 5,262+ 105 4,996+
Syria 5,180+ 254+ 1,596+
Congo 5,156 92 3,887
Suriname 5,133+ 109 4,959+
Equatorial Guinea 5,074+ 83 4,954
Rwanda 4,996+ 34 4,797
Réunion 4,921 17 4,445
Malta 4,871+ 46+ 3,282+
CAR 4,856+ 62 1,924
French Polynesia 4,548 16 3,202
Aruba 4,355+ 34 4,065+
Iceland 4,193+ 11 2,930+
Mayotte 4,159 43 2,964
Estonia 4,127+ 71+ 3,270+
Somalia 3,890 99 3,089
Guyana 3,796+ 114+ 2,796+
Thailand 3,700+ 59 3,491+
Gambia 3,649 118 2,649
Andorra 3,623 62 2,273
Latvia 3,609+ 47+ 1,341
Mali 3,411+ 132 2,593+
South Sudan 2,847 55 1,290
Cyprus 2,839+ 25 1,444
Belize 2,833+ 45+ 1,692+
Uruguay 2,623+ 52+ 2,142+
Benin 2,496 41 2,330
Guinea-Bissau 2,403+ 41 1,818+
Burkina Faso 2,387 65 1,802
Sierra Leone 2,336+ 73 1,765+
Martinique 2,257 24 98
Togo 2,104+ 51 1,555+
Yemen 2,057+ 597 1,338
Lesotho 1,918+ 43+ 961
New Zealand 1,887+ 25 1,829+
Chad 1,399+ 93 1,199+
Liberia 1,381+ 82 1,271+
Niger 1,211 69 1,128
Vietnam 1,141+ 35 1,046
Sao Tome and Principe 933 15 898
Channel Islands 768+ 48 659
San Marino 766 42 688
Curaçao 759+ 1 466+
Sint Maarten 756+ 22 675+
Turks and Caicos 698 6 689+
Gibraltar 608+ 0 471+
Papua New Guinea 581 7 541
Burundi 550+ 1 497
Taiwan 543+ 7 495+
Saint Martin 531 8 380
Tanzania 509 21 183
Comoros 504+ 7 494+
Faeroe Islands 488+ 0 472
Eritrea 452 0 388
Mauritius 419+ 10 379+
Isle of Man 348 24 321+
Bhutan 330+ 0 301
Mongolia 326+ 0 312
Cambodia 285+ 0 280
Monaco 271+ 2 227+
Cayman Islands 235+ 1 212
Liechtenstein 235+ 1 142
Barbados 222 7 203
Bermuda 188+ 9 174+
Caribbean Netherlands 150 3 121
Seychelles 149 0 148
Brunei 147 3 143
Antigua and Barbuda 119 3 101
St. Barth 72 0 55
St. Vincent Grenadines 68+ 0 64
Saint Lucia 36 0 27
Dominica 33 0 29
Timor-Leste 29 0 28
Grenada 27 0 24
Vatican City 27 0 15
Laos 23 0 22
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 12
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Solomon Islands 3 0 0
Wallis and Futuna 1 0 0
Total: 41,017,115 1,128,779 30,613,421

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 16 0 16
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 27 0 27
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
British Virgin Islands 71 1 70
Fiji 32 2 30
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 124 0 124

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Brunei 146 3 143
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 159 4 155

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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