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Coronavirus live news: US deaths pass 3,000 as study shows higher risk from middle age

Coronavirus live news: US deaths pass 3,000

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The number of deaths related to coronavirus in the US has passed 3,000, AFP reports, citing Johns Hopkins University figures.
The toll in the US, the worst-affected country on earth is 3,008.
The US has the highest number of cases in the world, at over 160,000 – just under double the cases in China, where the outbreak began.

Coronavirus live news: A week since last new Wuhan case

In China now, where we understand that today marks a week since a new coronavirus case was reported in Wuhan city, where the outbreak first emerged.
There were 48 new confirmed cases in Mainland China on March 30, all of which were imported cases abroad.
There was one death, in Hubei.
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A nationwide teddy bear hunt is helping keep New Zealand’s children occupied during the country’s month-long coronavirus lockdown, with tens of thousands of homes taking part, including the prime minister.
New Zealand has more than 500 confirmed cases of coronavirus and is in the midst of a quarantine period, one of the strictest enforcement anywhere in the world. Going outside is prohibited unless for essential supplies such as food and medicine, or a brief respite of exercise and fresh air, taken locally.
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Inspired by the popular children’s book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, by Michael Rosen, the real-life Kiwi bear hunt has seen homes from Bluff to Auckland place teddy bears in their street-facing windows, allowing local children to “hunt” for bears in their neighborhoods. The prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, confirmed she too had placed a teddy in the front window of Premier House in Wellington, where she is in lockdown with her fiancĂ©, Clarke Gayford, and toddler, Neve.


Meanwhile, the Trump administration has ruled that gun shops are considered essential businesses that should remain open as other businesses are closed to try to stop the spread of coronavirus, AP reports.
Gun control groups called it a move to put profits over public health.
After days of lobbying by the National Rifle Association, the National Shooting Sports Foundation and other gun groups, the Department of Homeland Security this past weekend issued an advisory declaring that firearms dealers should be considered essential services just like grocery stores, pharmacies, and hospitals and allowed to remain open.



The agency said its ruling was not a mandate but merely guidance for cities, towns, and states as they weigh how to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.



In recent weeks, firearm sales have skyrocketed. Background checks the key barometer of gun sales already were at record numbers in January and February, likely fueled by a presidential election year. Since the coronavirus outbreak, gun shops have reported long lines and runs on firearms and ammunition.

Background checks were up 300% on March 16, compared with the same date a year ago, according to federal data shared with the NSSF, which represents gunmakers. Since Feb. 23, each day has seen roughly double the volume over 2019, according to Mark Oliva, spokesman for the group.

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