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Japanese Island's Second Wave Warning: COVID-19 Cases Jump as Lockdown Lifted

BBC NEWS, 11 MAY 2020

If the coronavirus pandemic is seen as a marathon race, where along the road is Australia currently placed? Halfway? Is the finish line in sight?

On 60 MINUTES, Tom Steinfort reveals the stark truth that we haven’t even begun to raise a sweat.

Epidemiologists say we’re only about a kilometre into this 42-kilometre test of endurance.

It means, despite Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s understandable bullishness, all the talk of easing lockdown restrictions needs to be considered very carefully.

For all our good work so far, complacency about the threat of the virus could lead to many more deaths, and a second wave of COVID-19 in Australia, especially in winter, might easily turn into a wipe-out.

China Reports Second Wave WARNING of Coronavirus

Daily Mail UK, 11 MAY 2020

The deadly coronavirus first emerged in the central Chinese city of Wuhan late last year

China reported a second day of new cases of coronavirus in Wuhan on toay after a month without new infections at the pandemic's global epicentre, offering a stark warning of the dangers of a fresh wave.

The virus first emerged late last year, sweeping through the city and surrounding Hubei province, killing thousands and sickening many more.

It subsequently spread around the world.

Authorities in Wuhan imposed draconian restrictions on travel and movement in what appeared to have been a successful bid to quash the outbreak.

That lockdown began to ease in recent weeks, as authorities said the disease was under control, most recently with children returning to school, and travel to and from the city allowed.

But on Sunday authorities acknowledged one person had tested positive for the virus in Wuhan, and a day later, they said there were five more cases.

Local health officials said the new cases were all from the same residential compound, mostly older people.

There were also 11 new "asymptomatic" cases reported in wider Hubei province. China is recording symptomatic and asymptomatic cases separately.

The news of new infections at the global ground zero comes as many European nations begin the tricky task of navigating out of lockdowns imposed to halt the spread of the virus.

It also comes as swathes of the United States ease restrictions on movement -- despite still rising rates of infection -- and as citizens chafe under rules many say are government overreach.

Health experts warn that too hasty a return to normal could spark a second wave of infections, and point out that restrictions will have to remain until there is a vaccine.

Monday's new cases in China also included five in the northeast.

At least 11 cases connected to a local laundry worker were reported over the weekend, according to state broadcaster CCTV, prompting the citywide lockdown of Shulan, with a population of around 670,000 people.

The virus has now infected more than four million people worldwide -- claiming more than 280,000 lives -- and crippled the global economy.

S.Korea Second Wave WARNING as New COVID-19 Cases Highlight Fears

A total of 86 new infections have been reported so far Concerns over a second wave of coronavirus are growing in South Korea amid a spike of cases after nightclubs reopened.

"The nation is at risk," Park Won-soon, the mayor of the South Korean capital, Seoul, said on Monday, warning that the next few days will be “critical” in preventing the spread of a virus from a cluster of cases linked to several of the city’s nightclubs and bars.

South Korea’s government had felt confident enough to reopen much of its economy after several weeks of seeing cases increase by just a handful each day. But on Monday, new cases jumped by at least 35 after the outbreak in the nightclubs, which have been temporarily closed down again.

China also saw a second day of double-digit increases, with five new cases in the city of Wuhan, the original epicentre of the pandemic where a strict lockdown was lifted last month.

A balancing act continues to play out across the world, with leaders starting to loosen lockdowns that have left millions unemployed while also warning of the threat of a second wave of infections.

In the US, government officials spoke optimistically about a relatively quick rebound from the virus. But life within the White House reflected the stark challenges still posed by the pandemic, with vice president Mike Pence “self-isolating” after one of his aides tested positive.

In South Korea, authorities are combing through credit card and mobile phone records, and security camera footage, to track thousands of people who visited a popular Seoul entertainment district in recent weeks.

Seoul’s mayor said 85 infections are linked to the outbreak and health workers are still trying to contact more than 3,000 people of the 5,500 who recently visited the nightspots.

In China, despite the new cases raising concerns about a reignited outbreak, 82,000 school students in Beijing returned to classes on Monday to prepare for exams. And Shanghai Disneyland, closed since late January, reopened with reservations required and social distancing measures in place. Visitors wearing masks and often Mickey Mouse ears or character costumes were checked for temperatures at the gate.

But the director of the University of Washington institute that created a White House-endorsed coronavirus model said the moves by states to reopen businesses “will translate into more cases and deaths in 10 days from now”.

Dr Christopher Murray of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation said states where cases and deaths are going up more than expected include Illinois, Arizona, Florida and California.

Three members of the White House’s coronavirus taskforce placed themselves in quarantine after coming into contact with the aide.

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