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CORONAVIRUS CASUALTIES (Oct 28):- GLOBAL:- Total Cases: 4,46,01,770; Total Deaths: 11,76,678 Recovered: 3,26,16,456 BELGIUM:- Total Cases: 3,47,289; Total Deaths: 11,038 BRAZIL:- Total Cases: 54,45,475; Total deaths: 1,58,101 CANADA:- Total Cases: 2,24,653; Total Deaths: 10,023 CHINA:- Total Cases: 85,868; Total Deaths: 4,635 FRANCE:- Total Cases: 11,98,695; Total Deaths: 35,541 GERMANY:- Total Cases: 4,77,203; Total Deaths: 10,347 INDIA:- Total Cases: 80,34,702; Total Deaths: 1,20,524 INDONESIA:- Total Cases: 4,00,483;Total Deaths: 13,612 IRAN:- Total Cases: 5,88,648; Total Deaths: 33,714 ITALY:- Total Cases: 5,89,766; Total Deaths: 37,905 JAPAN:- Total Cases: 98,116; Total Deaths: 1,730 MEXICO:-Total Cases: 9,01,268; Total Deaths: 89,814 NETHERLANDS:- Total Cases: 3,19,991; Total Deaths: 7,202 PHILIPPINES:- Total Cases: 3,75,180; Total Deaths: 7,114 RUSSIA:- Total Cases: 15,63,976; Total Deaths: 26,935 S KOREA:- Total Cases: 26,146; Total Deaths: 461 SPAIN:-Total Cases: 11,94,681; Total Deaths: 35,466 SWEDEN:- Total Cases: 1,17,913 Total Deaths: 5,933 SWITZERLAND:-Total Cases: 1,35,658; Total Deaths: 2,158 UAE:- Total Cases: 1,29,024; Total Deaths: 485 UK:- Total Cases: 9,42,275; Total Deaths: 45,675; US:- Total Cases: 90,86,312; Total Deaths: 2,32,709 - India Travel Times.Com   [Estd: 1998]       * * *    Travel, More Travel, Travel Means A Million Things     * * *    
Certified by docs, Trump hits the ground running on Monday with Orlando rally

With the White House doctor saying he can resume normal activities, and he himself "feeling great," Trump is getting ready to resume his election campaign on Monday after recuperating from an attack of coronavirus. There will be a rally on Monday night in Orlando, followed by campaigns in Pennsylvania on Tuesday and Iowa on Wednesday.

WASHINGTON, Oct 11: President Donald Trump, who was discharged from the military hospital last Monday cured of coronavirus infection, is fit to resume normal activities, his doctors said on Saturday. There is no transmission risk to others as the ten-day isolation period is over, White House physician Sean Conley said. However, he did not say if the President tested negative for the virus. No details about his treatment and health are forthcoming.

Even as the doctors certified him fit, Trump is getting ready to resume his election campaign. Earlier, he delivered a speech to his supporters on the South Lawn from the Blue Room balcony. “I’m feeling great,” Trump said. He wore a mask before speaking. Most supporters did wear a mask but they did not maintain the social distancing norm essential to prevent transmission of covid. Trump told Fox News Friday night that he had stopped medicines 8 hours ago.

Trump had given the corona test on October 1 after his aide and adviser Hope Hicks tested positive for covid and developed symptoms. Trump fell ill later with cold-like conditions and experienced "two episodes of transient drops in his oxygen saturation" before leaving for the military hospital on Friday evening. He was given Regeneron's antibody cocktail, corticosteroid dexamethasone and Gileads' antiviral Remdesivir and returned to White House on Monday.

He will hold a rally on Monday night in Orlando, campaign in Pennsylvania on Tuesday and Iowa on Wednesday. Three weeks to go for the polls, Trump is trailing badly behind Democratic candidate Joe Biden in double digits.

Meanwhile, Dr Anthony Fauci, White House's corona task force member and the Government's top infectious diseases expert, had said on Friday that the event hosted by the White House on the Rose Garden on September 26 for Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court was a superspreader, with the invitees wearing no masks, and behaving like a crowd.

The White House has since become a breeding ground for coronavirus. About three dozen staff and others linked to the power house have tested positive for the virus. Some of them, apart from the President and the First Lady, are: Senior Advisor Stephen Miller, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Assistant Press Secretaries Kardine Leavitt and Chad Gilmartin, Advisors Hope Hicks and Nicholas Luna, Trump's campaign manager Bill Stephen, ex-Advisor Kellyane Conway, Republican National Commission chairman Ronna McDaniel, ex-New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (since discharged from hospital), Senators Thom Tillis and Mike Lee.

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