ずくなしの冷や水

2020年03月09日

社会の生活基盤が部分的に機能不全を示し始めています

※ TOHRU HIRANO@TOHRU_HIRANO氏の2020/3/9のツイート
名古屋「佐川急便の配達員がコロナ感染。営業所(港営業所)の業務停止。業務スペースやトラックなどの消毒作業。」
ついに始まったかという感じ。宅配便のドライバーや、ゆうパックの配達の人たちが、もし集団感染すると、物流が麻痺する。

・・・引用終わり・・・

救急隊員
医療従事者
介護施設従事者
保育施設従事者
宅配便配達員
と広がってきました。

コンビニ閉鎖、スーパー休業も出てくるでしょう。

こんな指摘も。
※ TOHRU HIRANO@TOHRU_HIRANO氏の2020/3/9のツイート
韓国「コロナ感染者6人、陽性と診断される前に献血をしていた事が判明。当局はすぐに血液を回収したが、すでに9人に輸血してしまっていた。」
これ、日本で「献血のお願い」を、こないだからTVやツイッターでやってたけど『あれって大丈夫なの?』と、ずっと思ってた。やっぱりダメだよなぁ
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 23:42| Comment(1) | Covid19

2020/3/5 エルドアン・プーチン会談

2020/3/5 エルドアンがプーチンと会談しましたが、これは首脳の会談というよりもトルコが大勢でモスクワに押し掛けたと言ったほうが良いでしょう。


これに先立ってロシアとトルコの高級事務レベル協議が断続的に行われていました。ですが、ロシア側はトルコが約束を守り実行するのが先との立場を崩さなかった模様です。

トルコが戦闘を仕掛けれは仕掛けるほど、戦いは制空権を握るシリア・ロシア側に有利に展開します。そして時間の経過とともに、トルコ軍兵士に犠牲が増えます、テロリストは戦線を逃れトルコ領内に入ってきます。NATOは冷たく、欧州の国々はエルドアンの難民送り込みの脅しにも2015年の苦い失敗から断固として屈しませんでした。

リビアへのテロリスト送り込みも、ハフターの勢力が阻止すべく動いています。

国内でも野党はエルドアンの戦争政策に強く反対。エルドアンが国会で戦争に反対する者は反逆者だと発言し、議会は乱闘となりました。

シリア戦争を強行すれば、単独でロシアと戦うことになります。ロシアと正面からぶつかれば勝ち目はありません。トルコはS-400を買いましたし、戦闘機もロシア製の購入を検討しています。

エルドアンが使えると当てにしたテコの全部が機能しなかったのです。まだ実現の見込みがありそうなのは米軍からの武器供給ですが、米国が当てにならないことはエルドアンは良く知っています。

トルコの外務大臣チャヴシュオールは、エルドアンをどうやって説得してロシアに送り込んだのでしょうか。「大統領、このままではロシアの怒りを買って開戦に進みます。ここは大統領がプーチンと話を付けてもらわないと打開できません。時間がありません」とでも言ったのでしようか。エルドアンは、自らの政治生命が危ういと感じていたはずです。彼には敵も多いです。首相を二人も切っています。

エルドアンは、ここしばらく眠れない日を過ごしていたでしょう。会議が始まる前。珍しく憔悴した普通の爺さんの表情です。


協議は6時間に及んだとされています。最初に大統領どおしで話をし、その後ラブロフ、ショイグ以下がトルコのカウンターパートと協議したはずですが、ロシアの立場ははっきりしており、トルコは譲歩を迫られたでしょう。譲歩しなければ、決裂です。

結果的に次のことが決まりました。

3/6に現在の前線のまま停戦、安全回廊の設置、幹線道路M4のロシアとトルコによる共同パトロール。

このうち、ロシアはシリアの復興のために最も重要度の高い幹線道路、M5(アレッポ〜サラキブ〜ダマスカス)とM4(サラキブ〜ラタキア)の通行確保を重視したとされています。トルコが取り決めを守らない、テロリストに守らせないのはいつものこととは言え、まずは協定上でトルコ側にこの両路線の通行確保を認めさせたのは大きな成果であり、シリアにメリットがあります。

停戦もシリア政府軍の侵攻後の前線を前提としています。

安全回廊の設置も、市民の脱出を測れますので将来の戦闘再開を視野に入れれば大きな成果です。

トルコはM4の共同パトロールに参加すことでメンツを保ちました。監視ポストについての取り決めが不明ですが、多くが停戦地帯に含まれるはずです。

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2020/3/7のツイート
ロシア・トルコのイドリブ新停戦合意の内容が明らかに。トルコはすべての地図を提示しなければならない。どこにトルコが支援する勢力が配置され、どこに外国人テロリストが配置されているのかを示す地図を!
これでやっとテロリストと「穏健派」を分ける?

6時間にも及ぶ会議が終わって記者会見です。ラブロフとショイグの渋い顔。

ラブロフがステートメントを読み上げています。トルコのチャヴシュオールはほっとした表情です。

エルドアンは、この後どんな目算を立てている? 今回の合意は、「停戦」が実現しましたのでエルドアンの顔は立ちました。ですが、あくまでも一時しのぎ、時間稼ぎです。

トルコは、依然として自らが集めたテロリストの処遇に窮しています。解決策は見えません。

シリアは、武器等の補充に時間が欲しい段階だとされています。

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2020/3/9のツイート
トルコが4,750人のテロリストをリビアに送った。SOHRによると、さらに1,900人の傭兵が、トルコで軍事訓練を受けており、その後リビアに送られる

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2020/3/6のツイート
モスクワで茫然自失のエルドアン。。。プーチンの脅しがよっぽど効いた? 数日前には「ロシアはジャマするな!」と息巻いていたのに。


RT2020/3/5
Idlib ceasefire: Putin & Erdogan reach deal on Syria de-escalation after marathon Moscow talks

The leaders of Russia and Turkey have agreed a ceasefire plan for Syria’s Idlib and security measures for the troops stationed there to prevent the escalation in the militant-infested province from spiraling into an all-out war.

The press statement followed hours-long talks in Moscow between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

During the talks, Putin and Erdogan agreed a document detailing a ceasefire in Idlib, starting from midnight on March 6.

A six-kilometer-wide security corridor is to be established in the area, with the militaries of the two countries given a week to agree all the details.

Russian and Turkish troops will also be carrying out joint patrol missions along Idlib’s M-4 highway.

The document, signed after the negotiations, underlined that both Moscow and Ankara remained committed to maintaining the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Syria.

Both leaders acknowledged that the conflict in the country has no military solution and that it was up to the Syrians alone to decide the fate of their country. It was also agreed to facilitate efforts to prevent the humanitarian crisis in Idlib, while also creating conditions for the refugees to return to their homes.

RT2020/3/5
Acute crisis in Syria's Idlib demanded our direct talks, Putin says as he meets Erdogan in Moscow

Dozens of Turkish troops died in a Syrian airstrike as no one knew they were there, Putin told Erdogan, stressing the crisis in the Syrian province is so dire that a personal conversation between the two leaders is needed.

Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to Recep Tayyip Erdogan over the deaths of 34 Turkish troops in last week's airstrike in Idlib, as the two sat to the closely-watched one-to-one in Moscow.

“Unfortunately, as I already told you in a telephone conversation, no one, including the Syrian troops, knew about their location,” the Russian President reiterated.

Attributed to the Syrian military, the airstrike prompted Turkey to deploy thousands of troops, tanks and drones into Idlib, the last remaining Syrian province still in the hands of anti-government militants.

The Turkish army also declared any Syrian military asset a legitimate target. As Putin acknowledged during the meeting, the situation in Idlib reached its boiling point.

Now the situation in the well-known zone in Idlib has become so grave that it certainly requires our personal conversation.

“We need to talk through the whole current situation so it won’t repeat itself and won’t harm our relations,” the President stressed. Russia, he pointed out, “treasures” its ties with Turkey.

Erdogan in turn hailed the importance of the meeting as the whole world “has eyes on Moscow.” He believes that “the steps that will be taken today and our decisions will undoubtedly ease the situation.”

While the much-awaited meeting started seamlessly, the developments on the ground showed some cracks in Turkey-Russia ties. As Ankara demanded that Russia press President Bashar Assad into halting hostilities in Idlib, Moscow accused Turkey of failing to act on its promise to clear the ‘de-escalation zone’ of jihadist groups.

Nevertheless, both Moscow and Ankara set their hopes high for the meeting in Moscow.



Turkish-Russian ties in defense & trade at highest level, Erdogan says as he meets Putin
Ties between Turkey and Russia have reached the highest level in defense and trade areas, and it is necessary to go further in this direction, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in Moscow on Thursday.

He made the statement at the start of the talks on Syria with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin. Putin said that a face-to-face meeting was necessary amid the escalation in Idlib. The developments in the Syrian province must be discussed, so that it does not ruin Russian-Turkish relations.

The Russian president reiterated his condolences over the death of Turkish troops in Syria, noting that the Syrian Army had been unaware of the Turkish forces' location. He added that Syrian troops had likewise sustained losses recently.

Putin thanked Erdogan for finding the opportunity to travel to Moscow to hold the meeting. The two leaders began their conversation in private, as the Turkish leader had asked, and later, if necessary, the delegations would join them.

※ Ian56@Ian56789氏の2020/3/6のツイート
Scott Ritter: New Putin-Erdogan Deal is Sugar-Coating the Turks’ Surrender

ronpaulinstitute
New Putin-Erdogan Deal is Sugar-Coating the Turks’ Surrender
Written by Scott Ritter
Friday March 6, 2020

This week’s meeting between Presidents Putin and Erdogan in Moscow was cast as preventing a war between Russia and Turkey in Syria. War, however, was never on the horizon. Putin called Erdogan’s bluff, and the Turk folded.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Erdogan, accompanied by their respective senior national security advisers, met in Moscow on March 5. The purpose of this emergency summit was to negotiate the terms of a ceasefire that would bring an end to heavy fighting in Syria’s Idlib province that threatened to draw their two nations into direct military conflict. After more than six hours of meeting, a new agreement, packaged as an “additional protocol” to the “Memorandum on Stabilization of the Situation in the De-escalation Area as of September 17, 2018” (better known as the “Sochi Agreement”), was agreed to by both parties.

A sputtering offensive

Over the course of a week, from February 27 through March 5, Syria’s Idlib province transitioned from being ground zero for a war between the Syrian army and allied forces, and heavily armed groups opposed to the rule of Syrian President Bashar Assad, into a geopolitical powder keg that threatened to pull the Turkish and Russian militaries into direct conflict with one another. On March 1, Turkey, following up on threats previously made by President Erdogan to drive the Syrian Army and its allies back to the line of demarcation set forth in the original Sochi Agreement, unleashed a major offensive, dubbed “Operation Spring Shield” and involving thousands of Turkish troops fighting alongside anti-Assad formations.

This operation soon fizzled; not only was the Turkish advance halted in its tracks, but the Syrian Army, supported by Hezbollah and pro-Iranian militias, were able to recapture much of the territory lost in the earlier fighting. Faced with the choice of either escalating further and directly confronting Russian forces, or facing defeat on the battlefield, Erdogan instead flew to Moscow.

The new additional protocol, which entered into effect at midnight Moscow time on Friday, March 6, represents a strategic defeat for Erdogan and the Turkish military which, as NATO’s second-largest standing armed force, equipped and trained to the highest Western standards, should have been more than a match for a rag-tag Syrian Army, worn down after nine years of non-stop combat. The Syrian armed forces, together with its allies, however, fought the Turks to a standstill. Moreover, the anti-Assad fighters that had been trained and equipped by the Turks proved to be a disappointment on the battlefield.

One of the major reasons behind the Turkish failure was the fact that Russia controlled the air space over Idlib, denying the Turks the use of aircraft, helicopters and (except for a single 48-hour period) drones, while apparently using their own aircraft, together with the Syrian Air Force, to pummel both the Turkish military and their allied anti-Assad forces (though neither side has officially confirmed the Russians bombing the Turks – that would be a disaster for the talks). In the end, the anti-Assad fighters were compelled to take shelter within so-called ‘Observation posts’– heavily fortified Turkish garrisons established under the Sochi Agreement, intermingling with Turkish forces to protect themselves from further attack. Operation Spring Shield turned out to be a resounding defeat for the Turks and their allies.

Problems talking doesn’t solve

Under the terms of the original Sochi Agreement, the Turkish military was supposed to oversee the removal of heavily armed anti-Assad forces, including Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), a designated terrorist organization, from so-called ‘de-escalation zones.’ The failure to accomplish this task, coupled with continued attacks against Syrian positions by HTS fighters, prompted the Syrian Army’s attack in Idlib. The additional protocol negotiated this week in Moscow “reaffirms” the Turkish and Russian “dedication” to “combat all forms of terrorism” and to “eliminate all terrorist groups in Syria”.

How this will be implemented is not spelled out in the additional protocol, indeed, given the fact that the majority of the anti-Assad forces that have sought refuge in the Turkish observation posts are HTS fighters that had, just a week before, been provided arms and vehicles to carry out attacks coordinated with the Turkish Army, the practicalities of implementation appear non-existent.

The agreement also focuses on another critical, yet unfulfilled, aspect of the original Sochi agreement – the guarantee of safe passage along the strategic M4 and M5 highway corridors connecting the city of Aleppo with Latakia (M4) and Damascus (M5). The inability and/or unwillingness on the part of the Turks to follow through with this provision was the major impetus behind the current Syrian offensive in Idlib. Indeed, the Syrian Army was able to gain full control of the M5 highway and was in the process of doing the same for the M4 highway when the Moscow agreement brought an end to the fighting.

Under the terms of the additional protocol, the new zones of de-escalation will be defined by the frontlines as they currently exist, securing the hard-won advances made by the Syrian Army and embarrassing Erdogan, who had promised to drive the Syrians back to the positions as they existed at the time of the original Sochi Agreement. Moreover, the M4 highway will now be buffered by a 12-kilometer security zone (Six kilometers on each side), and will be jointly patrolled by Turkey and Russia, guaranteeing secure passage for commercial vehicle traffic. These patrols will begin on March 15, which means the Turks have ten days to oversee the evacuation of anti-Assad forces from this corridor–in effect, pushing them back north of the M4 highway, which was the goal of the Syrian offensive to begin with.

Back in line, but for how long?

While couched as a ceasefire agreement, the additional protocol produced by the Moscow summit between Putin and Erdogan on Thursday is a thinly disguised instrument of surrender. The Syrian government got everything it was looking for by launching its offensive, and the Turks and their anti-Assad allies were left licking their wounds in a much-reduced Idlib pocket. Beyond preventing direct conflict between Turkey and Russia, the additional protocol achieves little that changes the situation on the ground. Turkey is still faced with the task of disarming the HTS fighters it currently embraces as allies, and the humanitarian crisis triggered by hundreds of thousands of refugees displaced by the earlier fighting remains. In many ways, the additional protocol, like its antecedent, the Sochi Agreement, is an arrangement designed to fail, because by succeeding it only perpetuates an unsustainable reality that will only be resolved when the totality of Syrian territory is restored to the control of the Syrian government.

Reprinted with permission from RT.
RTの元記事

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:26| Comment(2) | 国際・政治

コロナ

RT2020/3/9
Waking up to a new reality: What’s going on with stocks & oil?

As the new week begins, you might be surprised to see all the major stock markets down and oil recording its worst losses in nearly two decades. Here is what happened overnight.
What happened to the markets?

Oil prices crashed as much as 30 percent as trading began in Asia on Monday morning, with futures for benchmark Brent suffering the biggest drop since the Gulf War in 1991. As of 06:34 GMT, Brent was as low as $33.31 per barrel, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) was trading at $29.72, with both down nearly 50 percent year to date.

A nosedive in crude prices triggered a panic sell-off in major stock markets, which were already shaken by the coronavirus outbreak. All key Asian indices lost between 2.5 percent and more than five percent, with the Nikkei suffering the biggest drop. In India, the Mumbai Sensex slipped over 1,500 points or more nearly 4.2 percent, while the broader NSE Nifty was down 3.9 percent.

European investor sentiment was also skittish, adding to last week's losses, with futures on the UK FTSE 100 sliding more than seven percent and other main equity indices set to open down.

After a rollercoaster week, US stock futures also tumbled, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average set to plummet around 1,000 points when trading starts on Monday. The S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq-100 futures are also expected to suffer significant losses.
Why did it happen?

The catastrophic situation in the oil market occurred as major producers failed to agree on new output cuts at the end of last week, as Russia refused to back deeper reductions and suggested prolonging the existing ones. With no new steps agreed on, the current deal expires on April 1, freeing all the parties of the accord to open the taps and extending the supply glut, while one of the main importers of oil, China, is still battling with the coronavirus outbreak.

Russia’s refusal to support additional cuts apparently angered Saudi Arabia, which has been pushing the measure. The kingdom announced that it would its slash prices for its buyers and is expected to boost production by as much of as 2 million barrels per day.
What's next?

The shocking start to the week has already triggered fears that we are going to see a Lehman Brothers moment. The looming oil war – which some say has already started –would be another blow to the global economy, which has been under pressure from the Covid-19 outbreak.

Speaking before the oil markets were hit, some analysts had already said the impact of the coronavirus could be underestimated – and that instead of causing something like the 2008 financial crisis, it could lead to the lowest global growth performance since 2001, or worse. However, they also noted that markets can overreact.
“Financial markets, in particular stock exchanges, tend to view uncertainty more negatively than bad news. For that reason, they almost always overestimate the impact of bad news and correct that overshot as the facts surrounding a situation become clearer,” Peter C. Earle, research fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, previously told RT.

“As the full extent of the global demand slowdown becomes clearer, markets will settle down but also factor in (although not fully) the pessimistic outlook,” wrote Sourabh Gupta, senior fellow at the Institute for China-America Studies.



CORONAVIRUS: Best and worst-case scenarios for global economy
The outbreak of Covid-19 has been sending chills through the world economy, wiping some $9 trillion off financial markets. RT talked to some experts about the impact of the virus and scenarios that may unfold.

According to Sourabh Gupta, senior fellow at the Institute for China-America Studies, the worst-case economic cost of the coronavirus could be significant and is being underestimated currently. “I would put it as a halving of global real GDP growth in 2020 from projected 2019 levels of 3.5 percent. Real GDP growth will not fall into negative territory, as it did during the 2008-09 Global Financial Crisis,” he said, noting that it will be the worst global growth performance since the 2001 downturn.

He was echoed by Peter C Earle, an economist at the American Institute for Economic Research. Earle said the worst-case scenario would see severe disruptions to the global supply chain, airport closings, credit market problems owing to mass quarantines and their effect on employees at globally-important banks and securities firms, as well as financial markets shutting down indefinitely. “At this point, I don’t think that these scenarios are likely at all,” he added.

As for an optimal outcome for the global economy, Earle sees not just a full recovery from the negative economic impact of the coronavirus, but a realization that “unfettered trade is critical to the well-being of all people, and thus additionally the end of the tariff war between the US and China.”

Gupta sees the optimal outcome as the one that is being touted by the International Monetary Fund – just a 0.5 percent dip from forecasted 2020 global GDP growth levels of 3.3 percent. “I frankly feel this is way-too-optimistic and does not fully account for the mass psychology of uncertainty that is depressing consumer sentiment, which has just recently begun to be felt globally as the contagion-risk stemming from rising infection rates spread far beyond China,” he said.

Chief Economist at BCG, Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak told RT that the optimal outcome would be for Covid-19 to give new impetus to global coordination and investment in disease resilience. “The virus creates a geopolitical reality where cooperation is viewed as essential for tackling modern problems,” he said.

Earle and Gupta agree that the sudden, severe drop in equity markets – especially within the United States – suggests there was more to the price drop than just the coronavirus.

Stock prices are overinflated, says Gupta, pointing out that “they have been overinflated for long periods of time since the Global Financial Crisis, as central bankers have (irresponsibly) provided one additional layer of cushion more than was necessary in order to juice domestic economies via the asset market route.”

This February/March correction that is underway will not reach market-clearing levels either, he said. “There will be an expectation of loose central bank money and, gamed as central banks have become in this dynamic, they will oblige - especially at a time when mild panic has set in.”

Carlsson-Szlezak, however, says that markets “were not in a bubble and valuations are poor signals for short term equity movements.”

Structurally we should expect valuations to be quite elevated, considering in particular the structurally low inflation and low rates environment, the chief economist says. “Outside of the virus, there was little reason to motivate a sell-off, particularly such a steep one.”



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 18:57| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

新コロナウィルス 北海道では検査数の0.3%が亡くなっている

北海道では、2020/3/8までの検査数や患者数が次のようになっています。

これまでの発症者、濃厚接触者について検査した件数が1,032件

このうち陽性であったのが101件ですから、約1割が陽性を示したことになります。

陽性を示した者のうち亡くなった方が3人、患者現在数(入院中の方?)が57人、そのうち重症者が7人。

陽性を示した方でその後治療などを経て陰性に転換した方が41人。この陰性を確認するための検査も検査数1032に入っているとすれば、最初に検査を受けた人の陽性率は、10%を超えます。

最初の検査で陰性になった人の中には、偽陰性の方も含まれるでしょうが、発症すれば2回目の検査で陽性になって101のほうに入ってくるものと見られます。

発症者、濃厚接触者で検査を受けた人のうち1%が重症者と亡くなった方で占めることになります。

北海道庁のサイトに掲げられた表を加工。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 17:04| Comment(0) | Covid19

ひえーっ 検査もめちゃくちゃ、感染したら死ぬのを覚悟

クルーズ船乗客の帰宅後の発症、陽性転換が続いています。検査の方法は喉の粘膜を綿棒で拭って資料を採る方法ですからそこにウィルスがいなければ、少なければ陰性になるということです。大腸がんの検査と同じですね。出血部分に接触した部分の便がなければわからない。

後、検査方法に固有な精度の問題もあるらしい。偽陰性はあるが、偽陽性はない。検査件数も少ない。

となると、陽性の人、感染した人がまさにあちこちにいるという状況になりつつありますね。感染しても症状が出るまでに時間がかかる人もいるし、症状が出ないまま感染させている人もいる。

肺炎で死んでも新コロナウィルスの感染の有無を検査されないケースも多いらしい。

それに加えて、患者が増えてくると、年寄りは集中治療室から出されてしまう。検査もされないようになるだろう。

上級国民でなければ、感染したら死ぬのを覚悟しないといけませんよ。

私は、アルバイト止めよう。徘徊も止めれば交通費もかからない。とにかく人と接しないことだ。スーパーは、朝早くか、閉店間近の人の少ない時間帯に行く。

検査を絞っていても感染者は増え続けています。2週間が山場どころではない。まだまだ感染拡大します。イタリアは1か月間移動制限ですよ。

※ かぎ@tkmpkm1_mkkr氏の2020/3/9のツイート
コロナウイルスに感染したら、本人は症状的に問題なくとも、この先ずっと差別を受ける大変な懸念がある。
そちらが大変恐ろしい。日本はそういう国だ(いや海外もそうかもしれないが)。

※ Koichi Kawakami@koichi_kawakami氏の2020/3/9のツイート
いつか罹るでしょう。私も貴方も。

※ Le planete de la mer@AskaOchi氏の2020/3/8のツイート
ひえ〜・・
イタリア・・
ICUが足りなくなって、集中治療室に入れる人を年齢制限して、
「これから長く生きられる人たちを優先」って書いてあるから年寄りは救助されなくなるかも・・何という
瀬戸際・・
全員を救えない状況下
https://news1.news/u/2020/03/coro

※ りぼん@ribon157氏の2020/3/7のツイート
「日本では死者数が少ないから、新型コロナウイルスの抑え込みができているのでは?」との質問に、岡田教授が「肺炎の患者さんで、新型コロナウイルスの検査をしないで亡くなられている方がどれだけいるかも分かっていないので、分からない」と答えてる。

※ 東海テレビ2020年03月08日 18:14
6日異変なし→7日急変し死亡…“死亡後の検査”で男性の新型コロナ感染を確認 感染者と接触あり
名古屋市は、7日病院に救急搬送され、死亡した80代の男性について、その後新型コロナウイルスへの感染を確認したと発表しました。東海3県で感染者が死亡したのは初めてです。
 死後、新型コロナウイルスへの感染が確認されたのは、名古屋市で一人暮らしをしていた80代の男性です。
 市によりますと、6日夕方、男性に異変がないことを家族が確認しましたが、7日朝には体調が急変していて、心肺停止状態で救急搬送された後、死亡が確認されました。
 男性にはすでに判明している別の感染者との接触があり、死亡後に検査したところ、新型コロナウイルスに感染していたことが確認されました。
 死因が新型コロナウイルスによるものかどうかは、市は把握していないとしています。
 また、7日感染を確認した段階で発表しなかった理由について、市は「遺族に連絡がつかなかったため」と釈明しました。

※ Erscheinung44@Erscheinung35氏の2020/3/7のツイート
なーにが「過剰検査は偽陰性の患者が安心して出歩いて危険」だよバーカ。陽性なのに診断付けてもらえないから出歩いて拡散されまくっとるやないか

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 10:14| Comment(0) | Covid19

名古屋の新コロナウィルスは一味違う?

名古屋の新コロナウィルス感染拡大が他の地域と異なる速さ、広がりを持っています。

スポーツジムを介した感染拡大の一次感染者の感染源がわかりませんが、ハワイへの航空機の中でだとすると、感染元は日本人ではないのかもしれません。

スポーツジムを介した感染拡大が一服したかと思ったら介護施設を介した感染拡大が急です。いくら高齢者が多いと言ってもこんなに簡単に感染拡大しますかね。どんな介護施設でどんな介護を受けていた?
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 03:07| Comment(2) | Covid19