What Happened In 2022?
- 1 What is about 2022?
- 2 How many days are there for 2022?
- 3 What happened in the UK in 2022?
- 4 Are we in 2023?
- 5 What happened in january 2023 UK?
- 6 What worries the world august 2022?
- 7 What will happen at 2050?
- 8 What will happen in 2028?
- 9 How many total days are there in 2023?
What is about 2022?
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia From left, clockwise: Road junction at Yamato-Saidaiji Station several hours after the assassination of Shinzo Abe ; Anti-government protest in Sri Lanka in front of the Presidential Secretariat; On 6 May, the global monkeypox outbreak begins in the United Kingdom ; Lying-in-State of Elizabeth II at Westminster Hall; A child stands among the rubble of a house after the June 2022 Afghanistan earthquake ; A scene from the opening ceremony of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China ; Demonstrators on the central square of Aktobe during the 2022 Kazakh unrest ; A Russian BMP-3 near Mariupol destroyed during the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, part of the greater Russo-Ukrainian War,2022 ( MMXXII ) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2022nd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 22nd year of the 3rd millennium, the 22nd year of the 21st century, and the 3rd year of the 2020s decade.
|Millennium :||3rd millennium|
|Centuries :||20th century – 21st century – 22nd century|
|Decades :||1990s 2000s 2010s – 2020s – 2030s 2040s 2050s|
|Years :||2019 2020 2021 – 2022 – 2023 2024 2025|
2022 saw the ongoing impact of an inflation increase because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, The global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, which began in 2020, continued throughout the year, and many parts of the world began to bring the coronavirus under control.2022 was also a year in which the world population reached 8 billion people.
How many days are there for 2022?
Click here for days in 2023 This page lists all days in 2022 with day and week numbers. The year 2022 has 365 days. « day numbers for 2021 | day numbers for 2023 »
|Date||Day num ber||Days re maining||Days from today (Thursday 14th)||Week num ber||% of year|
|January 1, 2022 (Sat)||Day 1||364||-621||Week 52, 2021||0.00 %|
|January 2, 2022 (Sun)||Day 2||363||-620||Week 52, 2021||0.27 %|
|January 3, 2022 (Mon)||Day 3||362||-619||Week 1||0.55 %|
|January 4, 2022 (Tue)||Day 4||361||-618||Week 1||0.82 %|
|January 5, 2022 (Wed)||Day 5||360||-617||Week 1||1.10 %|
|January 6, 2022 (Thu)||Day 6||359||-616||Week 1||1.37 %|
|January 7, 2022 (Fri)||Day 7||358||-615||Week 1||1.64 %|
|January 8, 2022 (Sat)||Day 8||357||-614||Week 1||1.92 %|
|January 9, 2022 (Sun)||Day 9||356||-613||Week 1||2.19 %|
|January 10, 2022 (Mon)||Day 10||355||-612||Week 2||2.47 %|
|January 11, 2022 (Tue)||Day 11||354||-611||Week 2||2.74 %|
|January 12, 2022 (Wed)||Day 12||353||-610||Week 2||3.01 %|
|January 13, 2022 (Thu)||Day 13||352||-609||Week 2||3.29 %|
|January 14, 2022 (Fri)||Day 14||351||-608||Week 2||3.56 %|
|January 15, 2022 (Sat)||Day 15||350||-607||Week 2||3.84 %|
|January 16, 2022 (Sun)||Day 16||349||-606||Week 2||4.11 %|
|January 17, 2022 (Mon)||Day 17||348||-605||Week 3||4.38 %|
|January 18, 2022 (Tue)||Day 18||347||-604||Week 3||4.66 %|
|January 19, 2022 (Wed)||Day 19||346||-603||Week 3||4.93 %|
|January 20, 2022 (Thu)||Day 20||345||-602||Week 3||5.21 %|
|January 21, 2022 (Fri)||Day 21||344||-601||Week 3||5.48 %|
|January 22, 2022 (Sat)||Day 22||343||-600||Week 3||5.75 %|
|January 23, 2022 (Sun)||Day 23||342||-599||Week 3||6.03 %|
|January 24, 2022 (Mon)||Day 24||341||-598||Week 4||6.30 %|
|January 25, 2022 (Tue)||Day 25||340||-597||Week 4||6.58 %|
|January 26, 2022 (Wed)||Day 26||339||-596||Week 4||6.85 %|
|January 27, 2022 (Thu)||Day 27||338||-595||Week 4||7.12 %|
|January 28, 2022 (Fri)||Day 28||337||-594||Week 4||7.40 %|
|January 29, 2022 (Sat)||Day 29||336||-593||Week 4||7.67 %|
|January 30, 2022 (Sun)||Day 30||335||-592||Week 4||7.95 %|
|January 31, 2022 (Mon)||Day 31||334||-591||Week 5||8.22 %|
|February 1, 2022 (Tue)||Day 32||333||-590||Week 5||8.49 %|
|February 2, 2022 (Wed)||Day 33||332||-589||Week 5||8.77 %|
|February 3, 2022 (Thu)||Day 34||331||-588||Week 5||9.04 %|
|February 4, 2022 (Fri)||Day 35||330||-587||Week 5||9.32 %|
|February 5, 2022 (Sat)||Day 36||329||-586||Week 5||9.59 %|
|February 6, 2022 (Sun)||Day 37||328||-585||Week 5||9.86 %|
|February 7, 2022 (Mon)||Day 38||327||-584||Week 6||10.14 %|
|February 8, 2022 (Tue)||Day 39||326||-583||Week 6||10.41 %|
|February 9, 2022 (Wed)||Day 40||325||-582||Week 6||10.68 %|
|February 10, 2022 (Thu)||Day 41||324||-581||Week 6||10.96 %|
|February 11, 2022 (Fri)||Day 42||323||-580||Week 6||11.23 %|
|February 12, 2022 (Sat)||Day 43||322||-579||Week 6||11.51 %|
|February 13, 2022 (Sun)||Day 44||321||-578||Week 6||11.78 %|
|February 14, 2022 (Mon)||Day 45||320||-577||Week 7||12.05 %|
|February 15, 2022 (Tue)||Day 46||319||-576||Week 7||12.33 %|
|February 16, 2022 (Wed)||Day 47||318||-575||Week 7||12.60 %|
|February 17, 2022 (Thu)||Day 48||317||-574||Week 7||12.88 %|
|February 18, 2022 (Fri)||Day 49||316||-573||Week 7||13.15 %|
|February 19, 2022 (Sat)||Day 50||315||-572||Week 7||13.42 %|
|February 20, 2022 (Sun)||Day 51||314||-571||Week 7||13.70 %|
|February 21, 2022 (Mon)||Day 52||313||-570||Week 8||13.97 %|
|February 22, 2022 (Tue)||Day 53||312||-569||Week 8||14.25 %|
|February 23, 2022 (Wed)||Day 54||311||-568||Week 8||14.52 %|
|February 24, 2022 (Thu)||Day 55||310||-567||Week 8||14.79 %|
|February 25, 2022 (Fri)||Day 56||309||-566||Week 8||15.07 %|
|February 26, 2022 (Sat)||Day 57||308||-565||Week 8||15.34 %|
|February 27, 2022 (Sun)||Day 58||307||-564||Week 8||15.62 %|
|February 28, 2022 (Mon)||Day 59||306||-563||Week 9||15.89 %|
|March 1, 2022 (Tue)||Day 60||305||-562||Week 9||16.16 %|
|March 2, 2022 (Wed)||Day 61||304||-561||Week 9||16.44 %|
|March 3, 2022 (Thu)||Day 62||303||-560||Week 9||16.71 %|
|March 4, 2022 (Fri)||Day 63||302||-559||Week 9||16.99 %|
|March 5, 2022 (Sat)||Day 64||301||-558||Week 9||17.26 %|
|March 6, 2022 (Sun)||Day 65||300||-557||Week 9||17.53 %|
|March 7, 2022 (Mon)||Day 66||299||-556||Week 10||17.81 %|
|March 8, 2022 (Tue)||Day 67||298||-555||Week 10||18.08 %|
|March 9, 2022 (Wed)||Day 68||297||-554||Week 10||18.36 %|
|March 10, 2022 (Thu)||Day 69||296||-553||Week 10||18.63 %|
|March 11, 2022 (Fri)||Day 70||295||-552||Week 10||18.90 %|
|March 12, 2022 (Sat)||Day 71||294||-551||Week 10||19.18 %|
|March 13, 2022 (Sun)||Day 72||293||-550||Week 10||19.45 %|
|March 14, 2022 (Mon)||Day 73||292||-549||Week 11||19.73 %|
|March 15, 2022 (Tue)||Day 74||291||-548||Week 11||20.00 %|
|March 16, 2022 (Wed)||Day 75||290||-547||Week 11||20.27 %|
|March 17, 2022 (Thu)||Day 76||289||-546||Week 11||20.55 %|
|March 18, 2022 (Fri)||Day 77||288||-545||Week 11||20.82 %|
|March 19, 2022 (Sat)||Day 78||287||-544||Week 11||21.10 %|
|March 20, 2022 (Sun)||Day 79||286||-543||Week 11||21.37 %|
|March 21, 2022 (Mon)||Day 80||285||-542||Week 12||21.64 %|
|March 22, 2022 (Tue)||Day 81||284||-541||Week 12||21.92 %|
|March 23, 2022 (Wed)||Day 82||283||-540||Week 12||22.19 %|
|March 24, 2022 (Thu)||Day 83||282||-539||Week 12||22.47 %|
|March 25, 2022 (Fri)||Day 84||281||-538||Week 12||22.74 %|
|March 26, 2022 (Sat)||Day 85||280||-537||Week 12||23.01 %|
|March 27, 2022 (Sun)||Day 86||279||-536||Week 12||23.29 %|
|March 28, 2022 (Mon)||Day 87||278||-535||Week 13||23.56 %|
|March 29, 2022 (Tue)||Day 88||277||-534||Week 13||23.84 %|
|March 30, 2022 (Wed)||Day 89||276||-533||Week 13||24.11 %|
|March 31, 2022 (Thu)||Day 90||275||-532||Week 13||24.38 %|
|April 1, 2022 (Fri)||Day 91||274||-531||Week 13||24.66 %|
|April 2, 2022 (Sat)||Day 92||273||-530||Week 13||24.93 %|
|April 3, 2022 (Sun)||Day 93||272||-529||Week 13||25.21 %|
|April 4, 2022 (Mon)||Day 94||271||-528||Week 14||25.48 %|
|April 5, 2022 (Tue)||Day 95||270||-527||Week 14||25.75 %|
|April 6, 2022 (Wed)||Day 96||269||-526||Week 14||26.03 %|
|April 7, 2022 (Thu)||Day 97||268||-525||Week 14||26.30 %|
|April 8, 2022 (Fri)||Day 98||267||-524||Week 14||26.58 %|
|April 9, 2022 (Sat)||Day 99||266||-523||Week 14||26.85 %|
|April 10, 2022 (Sun)||Day 100||265||-522||Week 14||27.12 %|
|April 11, 2022 (Mon)||Day 101||264||-521||Week 15||27.40 %|
|April 12, 2022 (Tue)||Day 102||263||-520||Week 15||27.67 %|
|April 13, 2022 (Wed)||Day 103||262||-519||Week 15||27.95 %|
|April 14, 2022 (Thu)||Day 104||261||-518||Week 15||28.22 %|
|April 15, 2022 (Fri)||Day 105||260||-517||Week 15||28.49 %|
|April 16, 2022 (Sat)||Day 106||259||-516||Week 15||28.77 %|
|April 17, 2022 (Sun)||Day 107||258||-515||Week 15||29.04 %|
|April 18, 2022 (Mon)||Day 108||257||-514||Week 16||29.32 %|
|April 19, 2022 (Tue)||Day 109||256||-513||Week 16||29.59 %|
|April 20, 2022 (Wed)||Day 110||255||-512||Week 16||29.86 %|
|April 21, 2022 (Thu)||Day 111||254||-511||Week 16||30.14 %|
|April 22, 2022 (Fri)||Day 112||253||-510||Week 16||30.41 %|
|April 23, 2022 (Sat)||Day 113||252||-509||Week 16||30.68 %|
|April 24, 2022 (Sun)||Day 114||251||-508||Week 16||30.96 %|
|April 25, 2022 (Mon)||Day 115||250||-507||Week 17||31.23 %|
|April 26, 2022 (Tue)||Day 116||249||-506||Week 17||31.51 %|
|April 27, 2022 (Wed)||Day 117||248||-505||Week 17||31.78 %|
|April 28, 2022 (Thu)||Day 118||247||-504||Week 17||32.05 %|
|April 29, 2022 (Fri)||Day 119||246||-503||Week 17||32.33 %|
|April 30, 2022 (Sat)||Day 120||245||-502||Week 17||32.60 %|
|May 1, 2022 (Sun)||Day 121||244||-501||Week 17||32.88 %|
|May 2, 2022 (Mon)||Day 122||243||-500||Week 18||33.15 %|
|May 3, 2022 (Tue)||Day 123||242||-499||Week 18||33.42 %|
|May 4, 2022 (Wed)||Day 124||241||-498||Week 18||33.70 %|
|May 5, 2022 (Thu)||Day 125||240||-497||Week 18||33.97 %|
|May 6, 2022 (Fri)||Day 126||239||-496||Week 18||34.25 %|
|May 7, 2022 (Sat)||Day 127||238||-495||Week 18||34.52 %|
|May 8, 2022 (Sun)||Day 128||237||-494||Week 18||34.79 %|
|May 9, 2022 (Mon)||Day 129||236||-493||Week 19||35.07 %|
|May 10, 2022 (Tue)||Day 130||235||-492||Week 19||35.34 %|
|May 11, 2022 (Wed)||Day 131||234||-491||Week 19||35.62 %|
|May 12, 2022 (Thu)||Day 132||233||-490||Week 19||35.89 %|
|May 13, 2022 (Fri)||Day 133||232||-489||Week 19||36.16 %|
|May 14, 2022 (Sat)||Day 134||231||-488||Week 19||36.44 %|
|May 15, 2022 (Sun)||Day 135||230||-487||Week 19||36.71 %|
|May 16, 2022 (Mon)||Day 136||229||-486||Week 20||36.99 %|
|May 17, 2022 (Tue)||Day 137||228||-485||Week 20||37.26 %|
|May 18, 2022 (Wed)||Day 138||227||-484||Week 20||37.53 %|
|May 19, 2022 (Thu)||Day 139||226||-483||Week 20||37.81 %|
|May 20, 2022 (Fri)||Day 140||225||-482||Week 20||38.08 %|
|May 21, 2022 (Sat)||Day 141||224||-481||Week 20||38.36 %|
|May 22, 2022 (Sun)||Day 142||223||-480||Week 20||38.63 %|
|May 23, 2022 (Mon)||Day 143||222||-479||Week 21||38.90 %|
|May 24, 2022 (Tue)||Day 144||221||-478||Week 21||39.18 %|
|May 25, 2022 (Wed)||Day 145||220||-477||Week 21||39.45 %|
|May 26, 2022 (Thu)||Day 146||219||-476||Week 21||39.73 %|
|May 27, 2022 (Fri)||Day 147||218||-475||Week 21||40.00 %|
|May 28, 2022 (Sat)||Day 148||217||-474||Week 21||40.27 %|
|May 29, 2022 (Sun)||Day 149||216||-473||Week 21||40.55 %|
|May 30, 2022 (Mon)||Day 150||215||-472||Week 22||40.82 %|
|May 31, 2022 (Tue)||Day 151||214||-471||Week 22||41.10 %|
|June 1, 2022 (Wed)||Day 152||213||-470||Week 22||41.37 %|
|June 2, 2022 (Thu)||Day 153||212||-469||Week 22||41.64 %|
|June 3, 2022 (Fri)||Day 154||211||-468||Week 22||41.92 %|
|June 4, 2022 (Sat)||Day 155||210||-467||Week 22||42.19 %|
|June 5, 2022 (Sun)||Day 156||209||-466||Week 22||42.47 %|
|June 6, 2022 (Mon)||Day 157||208||-465||Week 23||42.74 %|
|June 7, 2022 (Tue)||Day 158||207||-464||Week 23||43.01 %|
|June 8, 2022 (Wed)||Day 159||206||-463||Week 23||43.29 %|
|June 9, 2022 (Thu)||Day 160||205||-462||Week 23||43.56 %|
|June 10, 2022 (Fri)||Day 161||204||-461||Week 23||43.84 %|
|June 11, 2022 (Sat)||Day 162||203||-460||Week 23||44.11 %|
|June 12, 2022 (Sun)||Day 163||202||-459||Week 23||44.38 %|
|June 13, 2022 (Mon)||Day 164||201||-458||Week 24||44.66 %|
|June 14, 2022 (Tue)||Day 165||200||-457||Week 24||44.93 %|
|June 15, 2022 (Wed)||Day 166||199||-456||Week 24||45.21 %|
|June 16, 2022 (Thu)||Day 167||198||-455||Week 24||45.48 %|
|June 17, 2022 (Fri)||Day 168||197||-454||Week 24||45.75 %|
|June 18, 2022 (Sat)||Day 169||196||-453||Week 24||46.03 %|
|June 19, 2022 (Sun)||Day 170||195||-452||Week 24||46.30 %|
|June 20, 2022 (Mon)||Day 171||194||-451||Week 25||46.58 %|
|June 21, 2022 (Tue)||Day 172||193||-450||Week 25||46.85 %|
|June 22, 2022 (Wed)||Day 173||192||-449||Week 25||47.12 %|
|June 23, 2022 (Thu)||Day 174||191||-448||Week 25||47.40 %|
|June 24, 2022 (Fri)||Day 175||190||-447||Week 25||47.67 %|
|June 25, 2022 (Sat)||Day 176||189||-446||Week 25||47.95 %|
|June 26, 2022 (Sun)||Day 177||188||-445||Week 25||48.22 %|
|June 27, 2022 (Mon)||Day 178||187||-444||Week 26||48.49 %|
|June 28, 2022 (Tue)||Day 179||186||-443||Week 26||48.77 %|
|June 29, 2022 (Wed)||Day 180||185||-442||Week 26||49.04 %|
|June 30, 2022 (Thu)||Day 181||184||-441||Week 26||49.32 %|
|July 1, 2022 (Fri)||Day 182||183||-440||Week 26||49.59 %|
|July 2, 2022 (Sat)||Day 183||182||-439||Week 26||49.86 %|
|July 3, 2022 (Sun)||Day 184||181||-438||Week 26||50.14 %|
|July 4, 2022 (Mon)||Day 185||180||-437||Week 27||50.41 %|
|July 5, 2022 (Tue)||Day 186||179||-436||Week 27||50.68 %|
|July 6, 2022 (Wed)||Day 187||178||-435||Week 27||50.96 %|
|July 7, 2022 (Thu)||Day 188||177||-434||Week 27||51.23 %|
|July 8, 2022 (Fri)||Day 189||176||-433||Week 27||51.51 %|
|July 9, 2022 (Sat)||Day 190||175||-432||Week 27||51.78 %|
|July 10, 2022 (Sun)||Day 191||174||-431||Week 27||52.05 %|
|July 11, 2022 (Mon)||Day 192||173||-430||Week 28||52.33 %|
|July 12, 2022 (Tue)||Day 193||172||-429||Week 28||52.60 %|
|July 13, 2022 (Wed)||Day 194||171||-428||Week 28||52.88 %|
|July 14, 2022 (Thu)||Day 195||170||-427||Week 28||53.15 %|
|July 15, 2022 (Fri)||Day 196||169||-426||Week 28||53.42 %|
|July 16, 2022 (Sat)||Day 197||168||-425||Week 28||53.70 %|
|July 17, 2022 (Sun)||Day 198||167||-424||Week 28||53.97 %|
|July 18, 2022 (Mon)||Day 199||166||-423||Week 29||54.25 %|
|July 19, 2022 (Tue)||Day 200||165||-422||Week 29||54.52 %|
|July 20, 2022 (Wed)||Day 201||164||-421||Week 29||54.79 %|
|July 21, 2022 (Thu)||Day 202||163||-420||Week 29||55.07 %|
|July 22, 2022 (Fri)||Day 203||162||-419||Week 29||55.34 %|
|July 23, 2022 (Sat)||Day 204||161||-418||Week 29||55.62 %|
|July 24, 2022 (Sun)||Day 205||160||-417||Week 29||55.89 %|
|July 25, 2022 (Mon)||Day 206||159||-416||Week 30||56.16 %|
|July 26, 2022 (Tue)||Day 207||158||-415||Week 30||56.44 %|
|July 27, 2022 (Wed)||Day 208||157||-414||Week 30||56.71 %|
|July 28, 2022 (Thu)||Day 209||156||-413||Week 30||56.99 %|
|July 29, 2022 (Fri)||Day 210||155||-412||Week 30||57.26 %|
|July 30, 2022 (Sat)||Day 211||154||-411||Week 30||57.53 %|
|July 31, 2022 (Sun)||Day 212||153||-410||Week 30||57.81 %|
|August 1, 2022 (Mon)||Day 213||152||-409||Week 31||58.08 %|
|August 2, 2022 (Tue)||Day 214||151||-408||Week 31||58.36 %|
|August 3, 2022 (Wed)||Day 215||150||-407||Week 31||58.63 %|
|August 4, 2022 (Thu)||Day 216||149||-406||Week 31||58.90 %|
|August 5, 2022 (Fri)||Day 217||148||-405||Week 31||59.18 %|
|August 6, 2022 (Sat)||Day 218||147||-404||Week 31||59.45 %|
|August 7, 2022 (Sun)||Day 219||146||-403||Week 31||59.73 %|
|August 8, 2022 (Mon)||Day 220||145||-402||Week 32||60.00 %|
|August 9, 2022 (Tue)||Day 221||144||-401||Week 32||60.27 %|
|August 10, 2022 (Wed)||Day 222||143||-400||Week 32||60.55 %|
|August 11, 2022 (Thu)||Day 223||142||-399||Week 32||60.82 %|
|August 12, 2022 (Fri)||Day 224||141||-398||Week 32||61.10 %|
|August 13, 2022 (Sat)||Day 225||140||-397||Week 32||61.37 %|
|August 14, 2022 (Sun)||Day 226||139||-396||Week 32||61.64 %|
|August 15, 2022 (Mon)||Day 227||138||-395||Week 33||61.92 %|
|August 16, 2022 (Tue)||Day 228||137||-394||Week 33||62.19 %|
|August 17, 2022 (Wed)||Day 229||136||-393||Week 33||62.47 %|
|August 18, 2022 (Thu)||Day 230||135||-392||Week 33||62.74 %|
|August 19, 2022 (Fri)||Day 231||134||-391||Week 33||63.01 %|
|August 20, 2022 (Sat)||Day 232||133||-390||Week 33||63.29 %|
|August 21, 2022 (Sun)||Day 233||132||-389||Week 33||63.56 %|
|August 22, 2022 (Mon)||Day 234||131||-388||Week 34||63.84 %|
|August 23, 2022 (Tue)||Day 235||130||-387||Week 34||64.11 %|
|August 24, 2022 (Wed)||Day 236||129||-386||Week 34||64.38 %|
|August 25, 2022 (Thu)||Day 237||128||-385||Week 34||64.66 %|
|August 26, 2022 (Fri)||Day 238||127||-384||Week 34||64.93 %|
|August 27, 2022 (Sat)||Day 239||126||-383||Week 34||65.21 %|
|August 28, 2022 (Sun)||Day 240||125||-382||Week 34||65.48 %|
|August 29, 2022 (Mon)||Day 241||124||-381||Week 35||65.75 %|
|August 30, 2022 (Tue)||Day 242||123||-380||Week 35||66.03 %|
|August 31, 2022 (Wed)||Day 243||122||-379||Week 35||66.30 %|
|September 1, 2022 (Thu)||Day 244||121||-378||Week 35||66.58 %|
|September 2, 2022 (Fri)||Day 245||120||-377||Week 35||66.85 %|
|September 3, 2022 (Sat)||Day 246||119||-376||Week 35||67.12 %|
|September 4, 2022 (Sun)||Day 247||118||-375||Week 35||67.40 %|
|September 5, 2022 (Mon)||Day 248||117||-374||Week 36||67.67 %|
|September 6, 2022 (Tue)||Day 249||116||-373||Week 36||67.95 %|
|September 7, 2022 (Wed)||Day 250||115||-372||Week 36||68.22 %|
|September 8, 2022 (Thu)||Day 251||114||-371||Week 36||68.49 %|
|September 9, 2022 (Fri)||Day 252||113||-370||Week 36||68.77 %|
|September 10, 2022 (Sat)||Day 253||112||-369||Week 36||69.04 %|
|September 11, 2022 (Sun)||Day 254||111||-368||Week 36||69.32 %|
|September 12, 2022 (Mon)||Day 255||110||-367||Week 37||69.59 %|
|September 13, 2022 (Tue)||Day 256||109||-366||Week 37||69.86 %|
|September 14, 2022 (Wed)||Day 257||108||-365||Week 37||70.14 %|
|September 15, 2022 (Thu)||Day 258||107||-364||Week 37||70.41 %|
|September 16, 2022 (Fri)||Day 259||106||-363||Week 37||70.68 %|
|September 17, 2022 (Sat)||Day 260||105||-362||Week 37||70.96 %|
|September 18, 2022 (Sun)||Day 261||104||-361||Week 37||71.23 %|
|September 19, 2022 (Mon)||Day 262||103||-360||Week 38||71.51 %|
|September 20, 2022 (Tue)||Day 263||102||-359||Week 38||71.78 %|
|September 21, 2022 (Wed)||Day 264||101||-358||Week 38||72.05 %|
|September 22, 2022 (Thu)||Day 265||100||-357||Week 38||72.33 %|
|September 23, 2022 (Fri)||Day 266||99||-356||Week 38||72.60 %|
|September 24, 2022 (Sat)||Day 267||98||-355||Week 38||72.88 %|
|September 25, 2022 (Sun)||Day 268||97||-354||Week 38||73.15 %|
|September 26, 2022 (Mon)||Day 269||96||-353||Week 39||73.42 %|
|September 27, 2022 (Tue)||Day 270||95||-352||Week 39||73.70 %|
|September 28, 2022 (Wed)||Day 271||94||-351||Week 39||73.97 %|
|September 29, 2022 (Thu)||Day 272||93||-350||Week 39||74.25 %|
|September 30, 2022 (Fri)||Day 273||92||-349||Week 39||74.52 %|
|October 1, 2022 (Sat)||Day 274||91||-348||Week 39||74.79 %|
|October 2, 2022 (Sun)||Day 275||90||-347||Week 39||75.07 %|
|October 3, 2022 (Mon)||Day 276||89||-346||Week 40||75.34 %|
|October 4, 2022 (Tue)||Day 277||88||-345||Week 40||75.62 %|
|October 5, 2022 (Wed)||Day 278||87||-344||Week 40||75.89 %|
|October 6, 2022 (Thu)||Day 279||86||-343||Week 40||76.16 %|
|October 7, 2022 (Fri)||Day 280||85||-342||Week 40||76.44 %|
|October 8, 2022 (Sat)||Day 281||84||-341||Week 40||76.71 %|
|October 9, 2022 (Sun)||Day 282||83||-340||Week 40||76.99 %|
|October 10, 2022 (Mon)||Day 283||82||-339||Week 41||77.26 %|
|October 11, 2022 (Tue)||Day 284||81||-338||Week 41||77.53 %|
|October 12, 2022 (Wed)||Day 285||80||-337||Week 41||77.81 %|
|October 13, 2022 (Thu)||Day 286||79||-336||Week 41||78.08 %|
|October 14, 2022 (Fri)||Day 287||78||-335||Week 41||78.36 %|
|October 15, 2022 (Sat)||Day 288||77||-334||Week 41||78.63 %|
|October 16, 2022 (Sun)||Day 289||76||-333||Week 41||78.90 %|
|October 17, 2022 (Mon)||Day 290||75||-332||Week 42||79.18 %|
|October 18, 2022 (Tue)||Day 291||74||-331||Week 42||79.45 %|
|October 19, 2022 (Wed)||Day 292||73||-330||Week 42||79.73 %|
|October 20, 2022 (Thu)||Day 293||72||-329||Week 42||80.00 %|
|October 21, 2022 (Fri)||Day 294||71||-328||Week 42||80.27 %|
|October 22, 2022 (Sat)||Day 295||70||-327||Week 42||80.55 %|
|October 23, 2022 (Sun)||Day 296||69||-326||Week 42||80.82 %|
|October 24, 2022 (Mon)||Day 297||68||-325||Week 43||81.10 %|
|October 25, 2022 (Tue)||Day 298||67||-324||Week 43||81.37 %|
|October 26, 2022 (Wed)||Day 299||66||-323||Week 43||81.64 %|
|October 27, 2022 (Thu)||Day 300||65||-322||Week 43||81.92 %|
|October 28, 2022 (Fri)||Day 301||64||-321||Week 43||82.19 %|
|October 29, 2022 (Sat)||Day 302||63||-320||Week 43||82.47 %|
|October 30, 2022 (Sun)||Day 303||62||-319||Week 43||82.74 %|
|October 31, 2022 (Mon)||Day 304||61||-318||Week 44||83.01 %|
|November 1, 2022 (Tue)||Day 305||60||-317||Week 44||83.29 %|
|November 2, 2022 (Wed)||Day 306||59||-316||Week 44||83.56 %|
|November 3, 2022 (Thu)||Day 307||58||-315||Week 44||83.84 %|
|November 4, 2022 (Fri)||Day 308||57||-314||Week 44||84.11 %|
|November 5, 2022 (Sat)||Day 309||56||-313||Week 44||84.38 %|
|November 6, 2022 (Sun)||Day 310||55||-312||Week 44||84.66 %|
|November 7, 2022 (Mon)||Day 311||54||-311||Week 45||84.93 %|
|November 8, 2022 (Tue)||Day 312||53||-310||Week 45||85.21 %|
|November 9, 2022 (Wed)||Day 313||52||-309||Week 45||85.48 %|
|November 10, 2022 (Thu)||Day 314||51||-308||Week 45||85.75 %|
|November 11, 2022 (Fri)||Day 315||50||-307||Week 45||86.03 %|
|November 12, 2022 (Sat)||Day 316||49||-306||Week 45||86.30 %|
|November 13, 2022 (Sun)||Day 317||48||-305||Week 45||86.58 %|
|November 14, 2022 (Mon)||Day 318||47||-304||Week 46||86.85 %|
|November 15, 2022 (Tue)||Day 319||46||-303||Week 46||87.12 %|
|November 16, 2022 (Wed)||Day 320||45||-302||Week 46||87.40 %|
|November 17, 2022 (Thu)||Day 321||44||-301||Week 46||87.67 %|
|November 18, 2022 (Fri)||Day 322||43||-300||Week 46||87.95 %|
|November 19, 2022 (Sat)||Day 323||42||-299||Week 46||88.22 %|
|November 20, 2022 (Sun)||Day 324||41||-298||Week 46||88.49 %|
|November 21, 2022 (Mon)||Day 325||40||-297||Week 47||88.77 %|
|November 22, 2022 (Tue)||Day 326||39||-296||Week 47||89.04 %|
|November 23, 2022 (Wed)||Day 327||38||-295||Week 47||89.32 %|
|November 24, 2022 (Thu)||Day 328||37||-294||Week 47||89.59 %|
|November 25, 2022 (Fri)||Day 329||36||-293||Week 47||89.86 %|
|November 26, 2022 (Sat)||Day 330||35||-292||Week 47||90.14 %|
|November 27, 2022 (Sun)||Day 331||34||-291||Week 47||90.41 %|
|November 28, 2022 (Mon)||Day 332||33||-290||Week 48||90.68 %|
|November 29, 2022 (Tue)||Day 333||32||-289||Week 48||90.96 %|
|November 30, 2022 (Wed)||Day 334||31||-288||Week 48||91.23 %|
|December 1, 2022 (Thu)||Day 335||30||-287||Week 48||91.51 %|
|December 2, 2022 (Fri)||Day 336||29||-286||Week 48||91.78 %|
|December 3, 2022 (Sat)||Day 337||28||-285||Week 48||92.05 %|
|December 4, 2022 (Sun)||Day 338||27||-284||Week 48||92.33 %|
|December 5, 2022 (Mon)||Day 339||26||-283||Week 49||92.60 %|
|December 6, 2022 (Tue)||Day 340||25||-282||Week 49||92.88 %|
|December 7, 2022 (Wed)||Day 341||24||-281||Week 49||93.15 %|
|December 8, 2022 (Thu)||Day 342||23||-280||Week 49||93.42 %|
|December 9, 2022 (Fri)||Day 343||22||-279||Week 49||93.70 %|
|December 10, 2022 (Sat)||Day 344||21||-278||Week 49||93.97 %|
|December 11, 2022 (Sun)||Day 345||20||-277||Week 49||94.25 %|
|December 12, 2022 (Mon)||Day 346||19||-276||Week 50||94.52 %|
|December 13, 2022 (Tue)||Day 347||18||-275||Week 50||94.79 %|
|December 14, 2022 (Wed)||Day 348||17||-274||Week 50||95.07 %|
|December 15, 2022 (Thu)||Day 349||16||-273||Week 50||95.34 %|
|December 16, 2022 (Fri)||Day 350||15||-272||Week 50||95.62 %|
|December 17, 2022 (Sat)||Day 351||14||-271||Week 50||95.89 %|
|December 18, 2022 (Sun)||Day 352||13||-270||Week 50||96.16 %|
|December 19, 2022 (Mon)||Day 353||12||-269||Week 51||96.44 %|
|December 20, 2022 (Tue)||Day 354||11||-268||Week 51||96.71 %|
|December 21, 2022 (Wed)||Day 355||10||-267||Week 51||96.99 %|
|December 22, 2022 (Thu)||Day 356||9||-266||Week 51||97.26 %|
|December 23, 2022 (Fri)||Day 357||8||-265||Week 51||97.53 %|
|December 24, 2022 (Sat)||Day 358||7||-264||Week 51||97.81 %|
|December 25, 2022 (Sun)||Day 359||6||-263||Week 51||98.08 %|
|December 26, 2022 (Mon)||Day 360||5||-262||Week 52||98.36 %|
|December 27, 2022 (Tue)||Day 361||4||-261||Week 52||98.63 %|
|December 28, 2022 (Wed)||Day 362||3||-260||Week 52||98.90 %|
|December 29, 2022 (Thu)||Day 363||2||-259||Week 52||99.18 %|
|December 30, 2022 (Fri)||Day 364||1||-258||Week 52||99.45 %|
|December 31, 2022 (Sat)||Day 365||-257||Week 52||99.73 %|
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What happened in the UK in 2022?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Events from the year 2022 in the United Kingdom, This year saw Boris Johnson resign as prime minister and leader of the Conservative Party, with Liz Truss being elected as his successor in September, before resigning in October and being succeeded by Rishi Sunak.
What year are we actually in?
Current year according to various historical and world calendars, as of January 1.2023
Did 2022 have 366 days?
Why are there 12 months in the year? – Julius Caesar’s astronomers explained the need for 12 months in a year and the addition of a leap year to synchronize with the seasons. At the time, there were only ten months in the calendar, while there are just over 12 lunar cycles in a year,
Are we in 2023?
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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2023 ( MMXXIII ) is the current year and a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2023rd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 23rd year of the 3rd millennium, the 23rd year of the 21st century, and the 4th year of the 2020s decade.
The year started with the continuation of the Russian invasion of Ukraine which began in early 2022. In January and July, Islamist suicide bombers killed a total of over 140 people in Pakistan, In February, a major earthquake struck Turkey and Syria, killing more than 46,000 people, making it one of the deadliest earthquakes of the 21st century,
In September, Storm Daniel killed nearly 7,000 people in Bulgaria, Greece, Libya and Turkey. Former King of Greece Constantine II, former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf, musician Burt Bacharach and singers Tina Turner and Tony Bennett died.
When did Covid hit UK?
COVID-19 Timeline – British Foreign Policy Group Posted at 11:18h in by December 21st 2019
Chinese epidemiologists with the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention published an article on 20th January 2020 stating that the first cluster of patients with ‘pneumonia of an unknown cause’ had been identified on 21st December 2019
December 31st 2019
Chinese authorities confirmed they were treating dozens of cases of pneumonia of an unknown cause. Days laters researchers in China identified a new virus that had infected dozens of people. There was no evidence that the virus was spread by humans. China contacts the WHO and informs them of ‘cases of pneumonia of unknown etiology’ detected in Wuhan
January 2nd 2020
Central Hospital of Wuhan banned its staff from discussing the disease publicly or recording them using text or image that can be used as evidence
January 8th 2020
The Chinese government agrees to accept a WHO scientific team to assist their own researchers
January 11th 2020
Chinese state media reported the first known death from an illness caused by the virus. It was a 61-year old man who was a regular customer of the market in Wuhan where the virus is believed to have originated, and had previously been found to have abdominal tumors and chronic liver disease.
January 14th 2020
Reporters from Hong Kong taken to police station after trying to film the situation within Wuhan hospital
January 20th 2020
The first confirmed cases outside mainland China occurred in Japan, South Korea and Thailand, according to the WHO.
January 21st 2020
The first confirmed case of the virus in the US in Washington State, where a man in his 30s developed symptoms after returning from a trip to Wuhan.
January 22nd 2020
Public Health England announces it is moving the risk level to the British public from ‘very low’ to ‘low’.
January 23rd 2020
Wuhan (population over 11 million) is cut off by the Chinese authorities. Planes and trains leaving the city are cancelled, and buses, subways and ferries within the city are suspended.17 people had died at this point and 570 infected in Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, South Korea and the US. Figures compiled by the Chinese Railway Administration showed that approximately 100,000 people had already departed from Wuhan Train Station by the deadline. Construction begins in Wuhan for a specialist emergency hospital which opened on 3rd February
January 26th 2020
China extends the ‘Spring Festival’ holiday in order to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Schools in Beijing to stay closed until further notice
January 29th 2020
The UK’s first two patients test positive for Coronavirus after two Chinese nationals from the same family staying at a hotel in York fall ill. A plane evacuating Britons from Wuhan arrives at RAF Brize Norton. Passengers go into a 14 day quarantine at a specialist hospital on Merseyside.
January 30th 2020
WHO declares a global health emergency amid thousands of new cases in China.
January 31st 2020
The US suspends entry into the country by any foreign nationals who had travelled to China in the past 14 days, excluding the immediate family members of US citizens or permanent residents. 213 people had died and 9,800 infected worldwide.
February 1st 2020
Spain confirms its first case of the coronavirus on La Gomera in the Canary Islands
February 2nd 2020
The first death of coronavirus is reported outside China, as a 44-year-old man in the Philippines dies after being infected.
February 4th 2020
The UK directs its citizens to leave China if possible
February 5th 2020
A cruise ship in Japan quarantines 3600 people after a two-week trip to Southeast Asia.218 people onboard the ship tested positive for the virus.
February 7th 2020
The Chinese doctor Dr. Li Wenliang, who tried to ring early alarms that a cluster of infections could spin out of control, dies after contracting the virus. He was reprimanded by authorities in early January and he was forced to sign a statement denouncing his warning as an unfounded and illegal rumor.
February 11th 2020
The disease is named ‘Covid-19′, an acronym that stands for coronavirus disease 2019.1113 people in China have died with 44,653 cases, and 393 cases outside of China.
February 14th 2020
France announces the first coronavirus death in Europe – an 80-year-old Chinese tourist. The fourth death from the virus outside mainland China. Egypt confirms its first case, the first on the African continent.
February 17th 2020
China said it was reviewing its trade and consumption of wildlife, which has been identified as a probable source of the outbreak
February 19th 2020
443 passengers leave the Diamond Princess cruises ship. A total of 621 people aboard the ship were infected.
February 21st 2020
The virus appears in Iran from an unknown source. Iran announced the two cases then hours later said that both patients had died. Two days later, Iran announced two additional deaths. The South Korean government shuts down thousands of kindergartens, nursing homes and community centres, following a surge in infections linked to the secretive church the Shincheonji Church of Jesus.
February 23rd 2020
Italy sees a major surge in coronavirus cases – up to 150. Officials locked down 10 towns in Lombardy after a cluster of cases suddenly emerged in Codogno, southeast of Milan. Schools closed and sporting and cultural events were canceled. Italy introduces strict measures which place almost 50,000 people in lockdown in an attempt to control the virus
February 24th 2020
The Trump administration asks Congress for $1.25 billion for coronavirus response – the US had 35 confirmed cases and no deaths. Iran emerges as a second focus point of the virus, with 61 cases and 12 deaths. It is a cause for worry as a place of pilgrimage.
February 26th 2020
Latin America reports its first coronavirus case, as Brazilian health officials said that a 61-year-old Sao Paulo man, returning from Italy, tested positive for the virus.
February 28th 2020
800 people are now infected in Italy, and cases in 14 other European countries remain an area of concern Sub-Saharan Africa records its first infection. The first British victim dies of coronavirus onboard the Diamond Princess. UK authorities confirm the first case of the illness to be passed on inside the country. The worst week for the global stock markets since the 2008 financial crash. The WHO raises the coronavirus alert to the highest level.
February 29th 2020
The US records its first coronavirus death and announces travel restrictions of ‘do not travel’ warnings for areas in Italy and South Korea. It also bans all travel to Iran and bars entry to any foreign citizen who had visited Iran in the previous 14 days.
March 4th 2020
Cases of Covid-19 surge in the UK, as officials announce the biggest one-day increase so far as 34 cases bring the total to 87 Italy announces it is shutting schools and universities.
March 10th 2020
Nadine Dorries, a junior health minister, becomes the first MP to test positive for coronavirus. 6 people in the UK have now died of the illness, with 373 testing positive
March 11th 2020
The US blocks travel from European countries other than the UK for 30 days, as the WHO declares the virus a pandemic and stock markets plunge. Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces a £12bn package of emergency support to help the UK cope with the expected onslaught from coronavirus
March 13th 2020
The US declares a national emergency and makes $50 billion in federal funds available to tackle the coronavirus. A host of UK sporting events announce their postponement including the London Marathon. Premier League fixtures are suspended.
March 16th 2020
Latin America imposes restrictions on their citizens to slow the spread of the virus. Venezuela announces a nationwide quarantine to begin on March 17th. Ecuador and Peru implement countrywide lockdowns, and Colombia and Costa Rica close their borders. Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro encourages mass demonstrations by his supporters against his opponents in congress. Boris Johnson begins daily press briefings, urging everybody in the UK to work from home and avoid pubs and restaurants to give the NHS time to cope with the pandemic. The UK’s death toll rises to 55, with 1,543 confirmed cases, though it is believed 10,000 people have already been infected.
March 17th 2020
France imposes a nationwide lockdown, prohibiting all gatherings and only allowing people to go out for fresh air. France had more than 6,500 infections with more than 140 deaths The EU bars most travellers from outside the bloc for 30 days. Rishi Sunak unleashes the biggest package of emergency state support for business since the 2008 financial crash, unveiling £330bn-worth of government-backed loans and more than £20bn in tax cuts and grants for companies threatened with collapse.
March 18th 2020
The UK government announces most schools across England will be shut down from Friday until further notice. Wales and Scotland announce they will also close schools.
March 19th 2020
For the first time, China reports zero local infections, a milestone in the fight against the pandemic. Experts said the country would need to see at least 14 consecutive days without new infections for the outbreak to be considered over.34 new cases were confirmed among people who had arrived in China from elsewhere.
March 20th 2020
The UK government orders all pubs, restaurants, gyms and other social venues across the country to close The chancellor announces the government will pay up to 80% of wages for workers at risk of being laid off
March 23rd 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, in a televised address to the nation, says that Britons should only go outside to buy food, to exercise once a day, or to go to work if they absolutely cannot work from home. Citizens will face police fines for failure to comply with these new measures. Worldwide figures stand at more than 270,000 cases and 11,000 deaths.
March 24th 2020
Tokyo Olympics likely to be postponed – according to a member of the International Olympic Committee, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics – set to begin in August – will be postponed. Australia and Canada have already announced that their athletes will not compete
March 25th 2020
Prince Charles tests positive for the coronavirus. In the US, negotiators strike a deal on a $2 trillion coronavirus rescue package intended to assist businesses and millions of Americans amid the halt in the US economy. The bill includes $1,200 for individuals earning up to $75,000, $100 billion for health care providers, and $58 billion for the US airline industry. It would also include $2,400 per month for up to four months to the unemployed. $500 billion goes to industry loans that corporations, cities, and states can apply for. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown of the country’s 1.3 billion residents. India has only recorded 536 cases of COVID-19 so far. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro rails against coronavirus measures being taken in his country, as local officials take preparedness into their own hands.
March 26th 2020
G20 world leaders meet virtually to discuss the coronavirus crisis. King Salman of Saudi Arabia calls on the world’s richest economies to ‘extend a helping hand to developing countries’. Brits across the UK clap, cheer, and ring bells at 8pm to thank the NHS workers for their service in tackling the pandemic. UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveils a package of measures to help self-employed workers during the economic downturn, giving those earning less than £50,000 a taxable grant equal to 80 percent of their average profits.
March 27th 2020
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Health Secretary Matt Hancock test positive for the coronavirus Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban says that the coronavirus crisis has exposed the EU’s ‘weaknesses’.
March 28th 2020
European COmmission President Ursula von der Leyen said the EU ‘looked into the abyss’ in the early days of the crisis but now it has the chance to reinvent itself. French President Emmanuel Macron issues a plea for European solidarity to fight the coronavirus crisis, saying ‘I don’t want a selfish and divided Europe’ Belgium extend confinement measures until 19th April UK Chief Medical Officer, Chris Whitty, announces he is self-isolating after experiencing symptoms of the coronavirus
March 29th 2020
The European Commission announces that it will revise its proposal for the EU’s next seven-year budget US announces social distancing measures to continue until 30th April, as the US records the highest number of coronavirus infections in the world, at more than 139,700 cases.
March 30th 2020
Hungarian Parliament passes a bill that gives PM Viktor Orban power to rule by decree, impose a state of emergency without a time limit, and suspend parliament. UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announces the government is to spend £75 million on charter flights and airline tickets to repatriate up to 300,000 Britons stranded abroad as countries have closed their borders to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
March 31st 2020
Spain joins the US and Italy as one of the few countries to surpass China’s coronavirus case total, reporting 85,195 cases and 8,189 deaths. Ethiopia announces it has postponed its parliamentary and presidential elections, originally scheduled for August. The elections were to be a big test for Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s reformist measures. The White House projects 100,000 to 240,000 deaths from COVID-19 in 2020, if current social distancing trends hold.
April 1st 2020
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announces that the Commission will present an unemployment reinsurance scheme to ensure workers keep their jobs during the coronavirus crisis. Italy announces it will extend lockdown measures until 13th April. Health Minister Roberto Speranza says ‘data shows that we are on the right path and that the drastic decisions are bearing fruit’. The 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) summit, due to be held in Glasgow in November, is postponed until 2021,
April 2nd 2020
The number of worldwide coronavirus cases passes one million.
April 3rd 2020
German Chancellor Angela Merkel returns to her office after isolating as her physician tested positive for the coronavirus.
April 5th 2020
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is admitted to hospital for testing after his coronavirus symptoms persist. Scotland’s Chief Medical Officer Catherine Calderwood resigns from her post after she is pictured visiting her second home, despite urging Scots to stay at home and avoid all but essential travel.
April 6th 2020
German Chancellor Angela Merkel describes the coronavirus crisis as the biggest test the European Union has faced in its history. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is admitted to an Intensive Care Unit as his coronavirus symptoms worsen.
April 7th 2020
European finance ministers meet to discuss a range of options to support the bloc’s economy. The messaging service WhatsApp announces it is introducing limits to its forwarding service in order to combat disinformation. The application has been a hotbed for the spread of fake news relating to the coronavirus outbreak. US stock market indices rise for the second day in a row to hit their highest level since 11th March. The airline industry cuts 90% of its flights in Europe.
April 8th 2020
It is announced that French GDP is set to shrink by 6% in the first quarter of 2020, and German GDP is predicted to shrink by 4.2% this year. The US sees the highest one-day death toll from coronavirus. The number of cases across the African continent passes 10,000.
April 9th 2020
The UK records its highest daily death toll at 938 deaths recorded in 24 hours. China releases new measures to try to prevent asymptomatic ‘silent carriers’ from causing a second wave of infections. Saudi Arabia places its capital Riyadh and other big cities, as well as the holy cities of Mecca and Medina, under a 24-hour curfew. Pope Francis holds a mass on Holy Thursday with no public participation.
April 10th 2020
The US Federal Reserve announces $2.3 trillion program to help for small businesses and state and local governments. The President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen calls for a new Marshall Plan to help Europe’s economies hit the hardest by COVID-19. Number of confirmed deaths worldwide passes 100,000.
April 11th 2020
Italy extends its lockdown until May 3 rd, Yemen records its first case. Brazil reports more than 1,000 COVID-19 deaths.
April 12th 2020
Virtual services take place to commemorate Easter Sunday, including the Archbishop of Canterbury leading a service from his kitchen. EU chief Ursula von der Leyen claims elderly may have to isolate for the whole year until a vaccine is produced. India to extend lockdown till the end of April.
April 13th 2020
China begins tackling a resurgence of the virus, after the number of daily infections rises to 108, the highest number in nearly 6 weeks, with 90% coming from abroad and significantly the north-eastern border with Russia. Spain and India allow certain industries to restart. In Africa, Ghana, Burkina Faso and Niger each have around 500 confirmed cases.
April 14th 2020
UK prime minister Boris Johnson discharged from hospital in London having recovered from COVID-19. Spain eases some lockdown restrictions. Russia reports largest daily increase in virus cases, with 2,550 new infections. ‘Rice ATMs’ created in Vietnam to provide free rice for countries poorest.
April 15th 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 infections globally passes 2 million. US President Donald Trump cuts WHO funding, claiming the organisation has turned a blind eye to China’s pernicious role in the early stages of the crisis. International Monetary Fund says lockdowns could shrink global economy by 3%. Denmark becomes first country in Europe to relax education restrictions, with children up to the age of 11 returning to nurseries and schools.
April 16th 2020
Discovered that nearly 70,000 Spanish nurses could be infected. The International Monetary Fund expects Asian economies to see zero growth this year. The number of Americans to have lost their jobs during the COVID-19 crisis climbs to 22 million.
April 17th 2020
US President Donald Trump announces that the US will be reopened in phases. The Economist Intelligence Unit announce that the world economy may face a double recession. The number of confirmed virus cases in the US reaches 700,000. Hospitals in Japan on the brink of collapse due to new wave of infections. NHS bosses to ask Doctors and nurses to work without some PPE as supplies begin to run out. Ecuador see’s surge in death count, with the Guayas province a hotbed for the virus Two men in Tunisia, including a suspected Jihadist, detained over plot to infect members of the security force with COVID-19.
April 18th 2020
Wuhan officials revise COVID-19 figures, with the death toll rising from 2,579 to 3,869. US states without stay at home orders, such as Oklahoma, South Dakota and Iowa see increase in number of virus cases. French President Emmanuel Macron says that the EU faces a ‘moment of truth’ in its dealing with the economic problem faced.
April 19th 2020
EU bailout chief says at least 500 Billion Euros more needed for COVID-19 recovery.99 year old British war veteran Captain Tom Moore raises more than 31 Million Euros for walking 100 laps of his garden. Online concert ‘One World: Together at Home’ performed, including singers Elton John, Taylor Swift and the Rolling Stones. Haitian doctor announces the country is massively unprepared for COVID-19, with only 60 respirators for 11 million people.
April 20th 2020
US oil prices dip below zero for the first time on record. New Zealand and South Korea plan to relax lockdown restrictions. Italy and Spain report falls in their daily death tolls. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro joins anti-lockdown protests. Ghana eases lockdown restrictions. The Coogee, Maroubra and Clovelly beaches in Sydney, Australia have reopened to ‘ease mental strain’, but social distancing rules are still in place. Ugandan Independent MP Francis Zaake arrested for distributing food to his constituents in the Mityana district. India begins easing some lockdown restrictions, especially on agricultural businesses, in order to ease pressure on farming.
April 21st 2020
Turkey has seen a rise in cases and will endure a four day curfew later this week. ‘Immunity passports’ in Chile will be issued to allow recovered patients to return to work. COVID-19 cases in Singapore surge, with over 8,000 recorded infections. The UN has warned the world is at risk of widespread famines of ‘biblical proportions’ caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as drought and locust infestations in East Africa and South Asia.
April 22nd 2020
South Africa announce relief package worth $26bn (£21bn) intended to protect companies and three million workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, however, President Cyril Ramaphosa has also taken the decision to deploy an extra 73,180 soldiers of the South African national defence force to enforce lockdown. Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio to self-isolate over virus fears due to one of his bodyguards testing positive for COVID-19. UK human COVID-19 vaccine trials start. Italy sees its first drop in active cases, with 127 fewer patients in hospitals. US state of Missouri announces it is suing China over the crisis. US President Donald Trump announced a 60 day ban on the distribution of green cards to immigrants, an authorisation that allows someone to live and work in the US on a permanent basis.
April 23rd, 2020
Ukraine seals off Pochayiv after COVID-19 outbreak in the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, one of the best-known Orthodox shrines in Ukraine and Russia. The United Nations Aviation agency claims that international air passenger traffic could drop by as many as 1.2 billion travellers, or two-thirds, by September 2020 Egypt amends emergency laws, allowing the state to enforce measures such as suspending schools, banning public or private gatherings and quarantining returning travellers. The UK begins human testing for COVID-19 vaccine in Oxford.
April 24th, 2020
Algeria ease lockdown measures around the capital of Algiers for the first day of the holy month of Ramadan. The World Trade Organisation reports that 80 countries are limiting the export of face masks and other PPE. Costa Rica reports a steady fall in the number of COVID-19 cases, amidst the struggles of fellow South American countries. The UK will host a ‘global vaccines summit’ on June 4 th to encourage nations to come together to support the development of a global COVID-19 vaccine. At least 150 doctors have died in Italy from COVID-19
April 25th, 2020
US confirmed death toll from COVID-19 surpasses 50,000. India’s mortality rate sees a sharp decrease whilst lockdown restrictions begin to ease. Hawaii sees 98% decrease in travellers arriving at airports since quarantine restrictions have been put in place. Worldwide COVID-19 deaths reach 200,000.
April 26th, 2020
Saudi Arabia eases lockdown restrictions cross the country except in the holy city of Mecca and places previously put under isolation restrictions. Some mines in South Africa restart operations, with a minimal number of workers. Large churches in South Korea have reopened with designated seating measures in place. Spanish children under the age of 14 are permitted to go outside for an hour a day, with social distancing laws still in place.
April 27th, 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson returns to work after recovering from COVID-19. France, Italy and Spain all prepare to ease lockdown restrictions. French researchers prepare to launch human trial to test whether nicotine helps the body combat COVID-19. Ghana plans to build 90 new hospitals in the wake of the pandemic. The president of EL Salvador Nayib Bukele claims that criminal gangs are taking advantage of the pandemic, with over 50 people murdered between the 24 th and 26 th of the month.
April 28 th : US reaches 1 million COVID-19 cases. Australia begins to ease lockdown restrictions. Greece prepares to ease lockdown restrictions from next week. France cancels its 2019-20 football Ligue 1 season.
April 29th, 2020
US GDP falls 4.8% in worst economic decline since 2008. The International Labour Organisation reports that nearly half of the global workforce risk losing their livelihoods due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is reported that over 12 million Italian workers have requested emergency funds. Switzerland to further ease restrictions on May 11 th, Ghana lifts lockdown restrictions.
April 30th, 2020
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson claims that the UK are ‘past the peak’ of COVID-19. Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin tests positive for COVID-19. Brazil’s COVID-19 death toll passes 5,000. Germany further eases lockdown restrictions, but large public gatherings will remain banned until August.
May 1st, 2020
UK providing 100,000 COVID-19 tests a day.
Scientists in the US military create COVID-19 test that could identify carriers before they become infectious and can spread the disease. The International Energy Agency reports that global carbon dioxide emissions could drop by 8% in 2020. India’s lockdown to be extended by 2 weeks. US president Donald Trump claims there is evidence that COVID-19 originated in a Chinese lab.
May 2nd, 2020
More than 1 million people have recovered from COVID-19 according to figures from John Hopkins University. The UN reports that millions of children will miss vaccines due to shipping problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Regulators in the US begin to allow the use of experimental antiviral drug Remdesivir for treatment of patients with COVID-19, with studies showing the drug can cut recovery time by 31%. The Kenyan Legal and Ethical Issues Network reports that Kenyan doctors are being forced to reuse PPE.
May 3rd, 2020
Churches in Germany open for Sunday services for the first time since lockdown began. Russia records highest daily rise in COVID-19 cases, with 10,633 new cases. The president of Peru Martin Vizcarra approves a supreme decree to reactivate the country’s economy amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Brazil surpasses 100,000 COVID-19 cases.
May 4th, 2020
Italy begins to ease lockdown measures, allowing 4.5 million people to return to work. Global COVID-19 death toll passes 250,000. The Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu announces that markets and malls will reopen on Thursday the 7 th of May. Doctors at Paris hospital in France report evidence that a patient had COVID-19 as early as December 2019, a month before the official first cases in the country.
May 5th, 2020
Australia and New Zealand plan ‘travel bubble’ that would allow quarantine-free flow of people between the two neighbouring countries. Spain allows people outside to exercise for the first time in two weeks. WHO announces there are 108 potential COVID-19 vaccines in development around the world, with 8 approved for clinical trials. Belarus to hold annual military parade commemorating the end of World War 2 on May 9 th despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Hong Kong to begin relaxing social distancing measures from Friday the 8 th of May. Russia surpasses 150,000 COVID-19 cases.
May 6th, 2020
The ADP reports that 20.2 million private sector workers in the US lost their jobs in April, the highest figure ever recorded. Brazil see’s a spike in COVID-19 cases, with 10,503 new infections, taking the total cases to 125,218. India to begin COVID-19 evacuation program to bring home overseas citizens. A survey conducted by The Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention has shown that two thirds of people would run out of food and water if they were put in lockdown for two weeks.
May 7th, 2020
The Bank of England reports that the UK economy is set to shrink by 14% in 2020. The UN warns that the COVID-19 pandemic could potentially cause multiple famines. The US records more than 2000 COVID-19 deaths in the past 24 hours. The BBC reports that ‘An analysis from the Office of National Statistics has shown that Black men and women are nearly twice as likely to die from COVID-19 as their white counterparts’. The study took account of age, where people live and some measures of deprivation, disadvantage and health.
May 8th, 2020
COVID-19 cases in Russia continue to rise, with 10,699 newly recorded cases.
The Australian Government releases three step plan to allow businesses to reopen, and large gatherings and interstate travel to take part before the end of July. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says that COVID-19 has released a ‘tsunami of hate’ across the world, with increased xenophobia and scapegoating. Canada records second highest unemployment rate ever recorded, at 13%.
May 9th, 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 deaths in Italy pass 30,000. Research finds that ‘re-infected’ COVID-19 cases are likely false-positives caused by non-infectious sections of the virus that are still in the body. COVID-19 death toll in Brazil passes 10,000.
May 10th, 2020
Confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide pass 4 million. China reports the first COVID-19 infection in Wuhan, the city where the pandemic began, In over a month. UK Prime Minister announces plans for the easing of lockdown, which includes allowing unlimited exercise and going back to work if you cannot work from home. Lebanon reverses decision to ease virus measures after an increase in COVID-19 cases. People flying into the UK will be made to quarantine for 14 days.
May 11th, 2020
Canada announces pay rise for essential workers who have been on the frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says a COVID-19 vaccine is not guaranteed. Turkey records lowest number of new COVID-19 cases since March 26 th, Senegal begins to cautiously ease lockdown restrictions.
May 12th, 2020
US cases surpass 143,000, quadrupling in the past week. Lockdown tightens in Australia, with gatherings of over two people banned. Russia declares a lockdown in its capital city Moscow. Lebanon imposes total lockdown as the number of COVID-19 cases increases. Wuhan to test its entire 11 million population for COVID-19 in the next ten days.
May 13th, 2020
US death toll passes 80,000. Carbon emissions in India drop for the first time in four decades. Belgium to open museums and some school classes from May 18 th, Saudi Arabia to reimpose lockdown restrictions on May 23 rd, US Embassy in Tanzania claims that the country is at risk of a large growth in COVID-19 cases amidst President John Magalufi’s accusations that the crisis has been exaggerated by health officials.
May 14th, 2020
World Health Organization Emergencies Director Mike Ryan warns that COVID-19 may ‘never go away.’ Japan lifts ‘state of emergency’ in 39 out of 47 prefectures. Burundi expels the WHO representative in the country as well as three other health experts but has given no reason for the expulsion. COVID-19 worldwide death toll passes 300,000. A survey of 11,000 has suggested that 1 in 400 people in England are infected with COVID-19.
May 15th, 2020
Slovenia becomes first European country to declare an end to its COVID-19 epidemic. Russia sends 25,000 tonnes of wheat in humanitarian aid to North Korea. India announces it will provide free food to domestic migrants for two months. The Federal Statistics Office reports that Germanys economy shrank by 2.2% in the first three months of 2020. US retail figures plunge by 16.4%, the biggest two month decline on record.
May 16th, 2020
India’s COVID-19 cases rise to 85,940, surpassing China. Italy to reopen shops on May 18 th, and lift travel restrictions from June 3 rd, Brazil’s COVID-19 deaths passes 15,000. Zhong Nanshan, the top respiratory authority in China, says the country are still at a high risk of a second wave of COVID-19 infections. Spain to reopen some public places, including hotels.
May 17th, 2020
South Africa sees record daily rise in COVID-19 cases, with 1,160 new infections. Italy records it’s lowest increase in COVID-19 deaths for two months. India extends its lockdown until the end of May. South Korea to begin phased reopening of schools.
May 18th, 2020
Cafes, restaurants and pubs in Denmark begin to reopen. US health secretary Alex Azar accuses WHO of allowing the COVID-19 pandemic to ‘spin out of control.’ first case of coronavirus confirmed in the indigenous Waorani community in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Both Spanish footballers and English footballers in the premier league to begin training in small group as prospects of top-level sport returning increase. The Czech Republic lifts state of emergency. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron propose a 500 Billion Euro German-French scheme to aid European recovery
May 19 th, 2020
Brazil see’s record raise in both cases at 17,4018, and deaths at 1,179. Iraq to reimpose curfew from May 28 th during Eid al-Fitr holiday. COVID-19 lockdowns have reduced global carbon emissions to the lowest level in 15 years. Germany announces that over 20,000 health care workers have been infected with COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin released from hospital after treatment for COVID-19.
May 20th, 2020
The WHO reports largest single day increase in COVID-19 cases, with 106,000 newly recorded infections. Cambridge University announce all lectures will be held online in the next academic year. Spanish parliament votes to extend the countries state of emergency for another two weeks. Greece to reopen the country to foreign visitors from some countries with low infection rates from June 15 th, Cuba reports that the country has gone a week without a single COVID-19 related death. Switzerland to allow places of worship to reopen from May 28 th,
May 21st, 2020
COVID-19 cases worldwide passes 5 million. Trials of two anti-malarial drugs to see if they can prevent COVID-19 infection begin in the UK. South Korean students begin to return to school, with social distancing measures in place.
May 22nd, 2020
Peruvian president Martin Vizcarra extends the nationwide lockdown until June 30 th, COVID-19 cases in Africa pass 100,000. US President Donald Trump directs states to reopen places of worship, deeming them ‘essential.’ The number of active COVID-19 cases in Italy continues to fall, with numbers falling to 59,322. Travellers entering the UK will have to self-isolate for 14 days, beginning June 8 th,
May 23rd, 2020
Chile report more than 3,500 new COVID-19 cases as numbers spike. Health officials in Moscow claim that around 12.5% of the city’s residents are likely to have COVID-19 antibodies. Spain announces longest mourning period in its history will be dedicated to COVID-19 victims, starting May 26 th and lasting 10 days. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson defends senior advisor Dominic Cummings decision to travel to Durham during march, despite widespread outrage over Cummings actions.
May 24th, 2020
Schools in New South Wales in Australia to reopen from the 31 st, US President Donald Trump bans entry to the US for anyone who has been in Brazil 14 days prior to their arrival. South Africa to reopen the majority of its economy, with schools beginning to reopen and most sectors to reopen with strict health and safety measures. UK schools to begin phased reopening beginning June 1 st with year one and year six, and then on June 15 th year ten and year twelve. White House economic advisor says that US unemployment levels will reach north of 20% by the end of May.
May 25th, 2020
Peru reports more than 4,000 new COVID-19 cases. Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh announces that the countries two-month lockdown will end in the coming days. UK government announces non-essential retailers may reopen from June 15 th, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Chief Aide Dominic Cummings defends his lockdown breaking actions, despite widespread criticism.
May 26th, 2020
Protests around Ecuador’s largest cities erupt due to the government’s economic response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Russia records highest daily death toll, with 174 deaths in the past 24 hours. Global worldwide COVID-19 cases pass 5.5 million. The WHO warns of ‘second peak’ as countries begin to ease lockdowns. The Czech Republic begins to ease border restrictions with Germany and Austria.
May 27th, 2020
US COVID-19 death toll passes 100,000. England to launch ‘test and trace’ system aimed at replacing lockdown restrictions. United Nations World Tourism Organization predicts a 70% drop in global tourism this year. Global COVID-19 death toll passes 350,000. Hospitals in New Zealand cleared of all COVID-19 patients, with only 21 non-hospitalised cases in the country.
May 28th, 2020
Brazil sees record number of COVID-19 infections with 26,417 new cases. Spain to further decrease lockdown restrictions from 1 st June as the country enters its phase two. Turkey announces restaurants and cafés to reopen June 1 st, Jordan announces plans to reopen places of worship from June 5 th,
May 29th, 2020
The WHO’s Covid-19 special envoy Dr David Nabarro, warns “this virus has not gone away” despite lockdowns being eased. Cases in Seoul, the South Korean capital continue to rise after second outbreak. Lockdown restrictions in England continue to ease, with groups of up to six people allowed to meet from June 1 st, whilst maintaining strict social distancing rules. English Premier League football set to return from June 17 th,
May 30th, 2020
UK to allow vulnerable people who fall under the ‘shielded’ category to go outside and meet one person from another family whilst maintaining social distancing. Japans COVID-19 cases rise for the fourth day since the state of emergency was lifted. The US withdraws from the WHO after President Donald Trump’s criticism of the organisation’s response to the pandemic.
May 31st, 2020
Global COVID-19 cases surpass 6 million. COVID-19 cases in Brazil pass 500,000, the second most of any country behind the USA. Pakistan makes face masks mandatory in public.
June 1st, 2020
Italy records lowest increase in COVID-19 cases since the end of February, with 178 new infections. Mexico begins reopening economic sector under ‘new normal’ plan. UK records lowest increase in COVID-19 daily deaths and infections since the end of March. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan tests positive for COVID-19. Thailand relaxes some COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.
June 2nd, 2020
Brazil prepares to begin the reopening of Rio De Janeiro despite COVID-19 cases continuing to rise. The WHO urges Donald Trump to not terminate the US relationship with the organisation. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern admits worries that Black Lives Matter protests may risk another COVID-19 outbreak.
June 5th, 2020
The WHO calls for nations to encourage the increased use of face mask coverings. UK COVID-19 death toll surpasses 40,000. Mexico sees record increase in COVID-19 cases, with 4,442 new infections. UK makes masks compulsory on public transport, starting June 15 th,
June 6th, 2020
Brazil passes 35,000 COVID-19 deaths. Global daily confirmed COVID-19 cases rising at over 100,000 a day Oxygen tanks, an important weapon against COVID-19, reportedly in short supply in Peru as cases continue to rise.
June 7th, 2020
Global COVID-19 deaths passes 400,000. China says that it immediately informed the WHO of the COVID-19 outbreak. Delhi reopens borders as India relaxes national lockdown. The US centres for disease control and prevention says that it is closely monitoring Black Lives Matter protests across the US amidst fears they could increase COVID-19 transmission.
June 8th, 2020
Cuba reports no COVID-19 deaths for 9 consecutive days. Canada relaxes some border restrictions for immediate family and citizens, yet those entering must quarantine for 14 days. Israel halts its reopening, as COVID-19 cases begin to rise again. Globe sees highest daily increase in COVID-19 cases, with 136,000 new cases.75% of which were in South America.
June 9th, 2020
Global COVID-19 cases reaches 7 million. UK records lowest daily COVID-19 death toll since March 22 nd, with 55 deaths. Moscow relaxes lockdown restrictions, allowing free movement around the city. All COVID-19 restrictions in New Zealand, except overseas travel, have been relaxed. No new infections have been reported in the country for two weeks.
June 10th, 2020
Peru and Colombia see steady increase in COVID-19 cases as Latin America remains the hot spot for the virus. Brazil has recorded more than 100,000 COVID-19 cases in the past 5 days. Saudi Arabia records highest daily increase in COVID-19 cases. The global economy will take at least 2 years to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
June 11th, 2020
US reaches 2 million confirmed COVID-19 cases. Russia surpasses 500,000 COVID-19 cases. Kenya plans to discharge all asymptomatic patients to increase room.
June 12th, 2020
French government to lift travel restrictions on internal European borders on June 15 th, Chile reports a spike in COVID-19 cases, the country currently has 160,846 confirmed cases. UK to review its 14-day quarantine on those travelling into the country on June 29 th,
June 13th, 2020
US President Donald Trump declares the US will ‘vanquish’ and ‘extinguish’ COVID-19 Florida researchers say experiments suggest that the COVID-19 pathogen has mutated in a way that makes It infect human cells easier. El Salvador announces plans to reopen and restart is economy, beginning June 16 th,
June 14th, 2020
Worldwide COVID-19 death count surpasses 300,000. Over 600,000 people have become unemployed in Australia due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Brazil tops 200,000 COVID-19 cases. Northern Ireland announces it will begin easing lockdown restrictions from Monday 15 th of June
June 15th, 2020
Global coronavirus cases hit 8 million. Non-essential shops, zoos and places of worship reopen in the UK. Over 100 cases reported in new Beijing outbreak.
June 16th, 2020
A drug trial finds that a cheap and widely available drug, dexamethasone, could significantly reduce mortality among critically ill coronavirus patients. Brazil reported nearly 35,000 new cases in 24 hours – its highest daily figure to date. Beijing raises its emergency level and shuts schools over new outbreak in the city. Hungarian MPs vote to end emergency powers granted to the Prime Minister to fight coronavirus.
June 17th, 2020
English Premier League football returns behind closed doors. New Zealand military takes over border quarantine, after two arrivals were granted an exemption to leave their 14-day quarantine early. Honduras President hospitalised after catching coronavirus. Germany extends ban on large events in the country until October
June 18th, 2020
Global death toll passes 450,000. Bank of England announces a £100bn stimulus package to aid economic recovery. WHO says it hopes millions of vaccine doses can be produced in 2020 and that 2 billion can be produced by the end of 2021. Chinese medical expert says the outbreak in Beijing is back under control though the US questions the reliability of China’s reporting on fresh coronavirus cases.
June 19th, 2020
UK Chief Medical Officers suggest that the threat level should be lowered to Level 3. Brazil passes 1 million coronavirus cases. WHO warns of ‘new and dangerous phase’ of coronavirus as pandemic hits 150,000 cases in a day – the highest since the start of the pandemic. UK Ministers accused of playing down the pandemic after it was revealed the UK death count exceeded 1000 for 22 consecutive days, significantly higher than the figures given to the public during the government’s daily briefings.
June 20th, 2020
Greta Thunberg says the world must learn lessons from the pandemic and treat climate change with a similar urgency. Spain announces that British visitors will be allowed to enter the country without quarantining. Australian state of Victoria reimposes strict restrictions over fears of a second spike. Coronavirus reproduction rate jumps to 1.79 in Germany
June 21st, 2020
Survey by the British Medical Association finds that a large proportion of doctors are not confident in their ability to cope with a second wave. Trump hosts a large indoor re-election rally in Tulsa where he nicknames coronavirus ‘kung flu’. Cases exceed 2 million in Latin America and Caribbean. Pope calls for the world to carry on reducing pollution post lockdown.
June 22nd, 2020
Number of confirmed coronavirus cases hits 9 million. WHO records record number of cases in a 24 hour period. UK government announces that those who are shielding can meet groups of up to six outdoors and form a support bubble with one other household from the 6th July. Health officials in South Korea say they are experiencing a second wave of coronavirus. US government data shows that Black Americans four times as likely to be hospitalised for coronavirus. Saudi Arabia closes borders to hajj attendees.
June 23rd, 2020
WHO urges for a rapid increase in production of dexamethasone, a drug proven to reduce mortality from coronavirus. Coronavirus reproduction rate continues to soar in Germany, reaching 2.76. England announces that pubs, restaurants and hotels will reopen on the 4th July. UN report estimates that in the long term over 100 million children could be pushed into poverty in South Asia due to the knock-on effects of coronavirus.
June 24th, 2020
Volunteers in the UK, Brazil and South Africa begin to receive injections of vaccine developed by Oxford University. IMF estimates that the world economy will take a $12tn hit from the pandemic. US coronavirus cases hit highest level for two months. UK health officials warn of risk of second wave.
June 25th, 2020
US government experts think 20 million Americans may have contracted coronavirus, ten times official figures.9.5 millions confirmed worldwide. Weekly number of cases rises in Europe for the first time in months. ‘Major incident’ declared in England after thousands flock to the coast as lockdown eases and temperatures soar. Thousands flock to the streets of Liverpool, despite coronavirus warnings, to celebrate Liverpool winning the Premier LEague.
June 26th, 2020
US records highest single-day increase in cases of coronavirus so far. UK government changes quarantine regulations to allow people to holiday in places such as Spain and Greece. Global death toll reaches 490,000. PM Boris Johnson calls for people to stop ‘taking liberties’ and stop mass gatherings.
June 27th, 2020
US coronavirus cases hit 2.5 million. Huge demonstrations hit 60 cities in Spain calling for collective rebuilding in the aftermath of the pandemic. Global fundraising meeting raises $6.9bn to fight covid-19. NHS calls for BAME pregnant women to receive extra coronavirus checks and support due to their higher vulnerability to coronavirus.
June 28th, 2020
Confirmed coronavirus cases hit 10 million as death toll passes 500,000. UK scientists warn of second wave if people do not “sensibly” over the summer months. US Health Secretary warns that the “window is closing” on being able to stop the spread of coronavirus.
June 29th, 2020
10 new clusters of coronavirus identified in Italy in the last week. Lockdown reimposed on Leicester after surge in local infections. Boris Johnson says coronavirus has been “an absolute nightmare for the country”. Daily cases in India hit 20,000 as lockdown is extended.
June 30th, 2020
Broadway theatres to remain closed until January 2021. WHO states that the pandemic is “not even close to being over”. Cases in the US increase 80% in two weeks.
July 1st, 2020
Global tourism expected to lose up to $3.3tn according to UN report. UK businesses cut 11,000 jobs in 2 days. United States buys up the majority of supplies of remdesivir, a drug that helps coronavirus patients recover more quickly. Brazil death toll passes 60,000.
July 2nd, 2020
Coronavirus cases in India pass 600,000 United States records 55,000 cases in one day, the highest daily increase in any country to date. Face coverings in shops to become compulsory in Scotland from 10th July. Facebook announces it will promote the wearing of masks via Facebook and Instagram alerts.
July 3rd, 2020
Confirmed coronavirus cases hit 11 million worldwide. UK releases list of 50 ‘reduced-risk’ countries which people will not have to quarantine for two weeks after returning from, from the 10th July. Tokyo reports over 100 daily case increase for the second day in the row, the largest daily count since the start of May. Data reveals cases of coronavirus increased seven-fold in Iraq in June.
July 4th, 2020
Pubs, restaurants, barbers and places of worship reopen in the UK in what is dubbed ‘Super Saturday’. Coronavirus cases increase by 200,000 in 24 hours globally. Donald Trump uses his 4th July speech to celebrate America’s impending ‘victory’ over the virus Local lockdowns ordered in Melbourne and Northern Spain.
July 5th, 2020
UK Government announces £1.57bn in support for UK arts industry. India reverses plans to reopen the Taj Mahal as country’s infections rise at the fastest rate for three months. Kazakhstan reimposes country-wide lockdown after cases surge again.
July 6th, 2020
Report reveals 13 UK Universities could face insolvency unless they receive a government bailout. Brazil hit 1.6 million cases. Death toll in the United States hits 130,000.
July 7th, 2020
Three England pubs close after positive coronavirus tests. International students in the US are told they may face deportation if Universities move to online learning. Anti-lockdown protestors storm Serbian Parliament. US officially notifies the UN of its withdrawal from the WHO.
July 8th, 2020
UK government unveils £30bn plan to prevent mass unemployment including giving businesses a £1000 bonus for every member of staff they keep on, cutting VAT of food, accommodation and attractions to 5% and providing 50% discounts for the public to eat out in August. Brazil’s president tests positive for coronavirus. Coronavirus cases in the US hit 3 million.
July 9th, 2020
Infections worldwide pass 12 million. WHO appoints committee to evaluate response to coronavirus pandemic. Serbia considers new lockdown as riots continue.
July 10th, 2020
Hong Kong closes schools earn for Summer after a fresh outbreak. UK rejects offer to join the EU’s coronavirus vaccine programme. Australia to halve the number of arrivals to the country to 4000 a week to prevent second wave.
July 11th, 2020
US President, Donald Trump, appears in public wearing a face mask for the first time. Large scale protests hit Israel over the government’s handling of the economic crisis brought about by the pandemic. Florida’s Walt Disney World reopens despite a surge in cases in the state.
July 12th, 2020
Oxfam warns that the hunger crisis, which has worsened during the pandemic, could kill more people each day than infection itself. Cases worldwide rise by 230,370 in 24 hours, a new record.200 farm workers quarantined in Herefordshire outbreak. Hungary implements strict border controls including banning visitors from most of Asia and Africa.
July 13th, 2020
Beauticians, spas and tanning salons reopen in the UK. UN report suggests 130m may go hungry because of coronavirus. Wearing face masks in shops to become compulsory in the UK from the 24th July.
July 14th, 2020
Angela Merkel says the EU summit may not agree on €750bn coronavirus recovery fund. Hong Kong tightens social distancing as cases rise once again. Coronavirus cases hit 13 million globally.
July 15th, 2020
Ireland delays easing of lockdown and makes masks compulsory in shops. Iran says that 5000 healthcare workers have been infected in the country leading to 140 deaths.160,000 Catalans return to lockdown. South Africa passes 300,000 confirmed cases.
July 16th, 2020
UK claims that Russia has hacked UK, USA and Canadian organisations developing a coronavirus vaccine. China’s economy returned to growth in the second quarter. Spain reports steepest daily rise in cases for two months. Brazil surpasses 2 million cases.
July 17th, 2020
Cases in India reach 1 million. Israel reimposes lockdown measures. Study confirms that coronavirus was the direct cause of 9 out of 10 coronavirus related deaths in Italy.
July 18th, 2020
World Health Organisation records greatest 24 hour increase in coronavirus cases. India becomes the third country to reach 1 million coronavirus cases. Hong Kong reports 50 locally transmitted cases furthering concerns of a third wave.
July 19th, 2020
South Africa passes 5000 fatalities. UN issues urgent appeal for $283million to help Sudan tackle the coronavirus pandemic. Testing numbers half in Bangladesh after a scandal reveals some hospitals issued fake certificates to thousands of patients saying that they were virus free without testing them.
July 20th, 2020
Major breakthrough in the search for a vaccine as vaccine from the University of Oxford found to provide immunity. Trump calls leading US medical expert Dr Anthony Fauci ‘alarmist’ and seeks to block billions of dollars in funding for coronavirus testing. Concerns about the rising number of cases in Belgium as the number of new infections increases 66% from 10th-16th July.
July 21st, 2020
EU leaders announce a £750bn pandemic recovery fund and long term spending plans after days of tense debate. US officials charge two Chinese men for allegedly spying on US companies doing coronavirus research. Iran records daily death toll of 229, the highest so far in the country.
July 22nd, 2020
Global cases pass 15 million. US daily coronavirus cases pass 1000 for the first time since June. European Central Bank Chief, Christine Lagarde, says that women leaders have been better at tackling Covid-19. US agrees to pay Pfizer $2bn to recieve 100million doses of a Covid-19 vaccine by December.
July 23rd, 2020
Donald Trump blames Black Lives Matter protests for surge in cases in America, despite experts saying their is limited evidence to support the claim. South Korea falls into recession, recording their worst economic performance for 20 years. Australia posed to post largest budget deficit since after World War Two.
July 24th, 2020
Cases in Europe, including France, Spain and Germany, rise sharply.103 year old man recovers from Coronavirus in make-shift hospital in Pakistan.
July 25th, 2020
UK Government advises against all but essential travel to Spain and reimposes 14 day self-isolation for those returning from Spain. Covid-19 hospitalisations in New York hit lowest levels since the pandemic began. Israel’s infections continue to surge, hitting 60,000. Sage professor admits the UK will never know the true scale of how many died from coronavirus due to a lack of testing in the early stages of the pandemic.
July 26th, 2020
WHO says there have been 1 million reported cases weekly for the past five weeks. Investigation suggest Spain’s coronavirus death toll could be 60% higher than official figures.500 workers quarantined on a large Bavarian farm after 174 seasonal workers tested positive for the virus.
July 27th, 2020
Vietnam evacuates 80,000 tourists from Danang. UK could impose ‘handbrake restrictions’ on arrivals from countries beyond Spain. Warnings issued that the UK economy’s recovery from covid-19 could take 18 months longer than initially predicted. Indonesia confirms its 100,000th coronavirus case.
July 28th, 2020
Data reveals that the number of covid-19 cases doubled in the last six weeks. Italy extends its state of emergency until October. Twitter restricts Donald Trump Jr’s twitter account for spreading misinformation on covid-19. Outbreak in Xinjiang sparks concerns that coronavirus could spread throughout Uighur internment camps in the region. The International Monetary Fund approves $4.3bn in aid to South Africa to help it fight the coronavirus pandemic.
July 29th, 2020
US coronavirus deaths pass 150,000. France sees its highest daily increase in cases in over a month. Guetemalan hospitals admit they are having to bury unidentified dead bodies.
July 30th, 2020
UK imposes local lockdown on a number of areas in the North of England. Data reveals that the US economy shrank 32.9% between April and June. France rules out a second national lockdown despite a surge in cases in Europe.
July 31st, 2020
Hong Kong postpones its elections for a year. UK reverses decision to ease lockdown further on Saturday, postponing the reopening of casinos and bowling alleys for at least two weeks
August 1st, 2020
Thousands protest in Berlin against coronavirus restrictions. Health experts warn that the UK may need to choose between keeping pubs or schools open in order to limit infection rates. India reports its highest daily increase in cases with 57,000 new infections in 24 hours.
August 2nd, 2020
Reports suggest that Boris Johnson has ordered officials to draw up plans for a second national lockdown. Australian state of Victoria calls a ‘state of disaster’ as cases in the state continue to soar.
August 3rd, 2020
UK’s ‘Eat out to help out’ initiative begins, offering 50% off food in participating restaurants, up to the value of £10, every Monday-Wednesday in August in a bid to save the restaurant industry. HSBC accelerates plans to cute 35,000 jobs globally and DW Sports enters administration putting 1700 jobs at risk.
August 4th, 2020
UK Government announces £1.3billion funding for a green economic recovery. Scientists warn that improvements in track and trace capabilities are needed for UK schools to reopen.
August 5th, 2020
Facebook and Twitter remove social media content from Donald Trump which claimed that children are ‘almost immune’ to coronavirus. France and Spain record highest number of increase in cases since June. Research shows that one American dies every 80 seconds from coronavirus.
August 6th, 2020
50 million masks bought for the NHS by the UK Government will not be used due to safety concerns. US State Department lifts its advice against travelling during coronavirus pandemic. Spain’s health ministry denies it is facing a second wave.
August 7th, 2020
Total number of confirmed coronavirus cases passes 1 million in Africa, though true scale of the outbreak in the area is unknown. Lockdown measures are reintroduced in Preston in a local lockdown. India becomes the third country to reach 2 million cases. Mexico’s death toll hits 50,00.
August 8th, 2020
Face coverings must now be worn in museums, cinemas and places of worship in England and Scotland. Hundreds in the UK march for fair pay for NHS workers.
August 9th, 2020
US passes 5 million confirmed cases. Brazil hits 100,000 confirmed deaths. Nearly 1800 companies in the UK plan to cut 20 or more jobs.
August 10th, 2020
Number of coronavirus deaths in the UK drops 99% since peak of the pandemic according to the Office for National Statistics. Northern Ireland reports first death in almost a month.
August 11th, 2020
Data shows that the number of employed people in the UK fell by 730,000 between March and July. Russia approves rollout of a coronavirus vaccine despite it not yet passing all conventional testing phases.
August 12th, 2020
UK economy shrank by 20.4% between April and June, the biggest slump on record. UK death tolls drops by over 5000 as Government changes the way deaths are counted. New Zealand locks down Auckland after 4 new cases found, ending a 102 day streak without local infection. India sees record one-day rise in cases.
August 13th, 2020
Study by Imperial College London suggests 3.4 million people in England have had coronavirus, 10 times higher than official figures. UK announces France and the Netherlands will be added to two-week quarantine list from the 15th, causing chaos for holidaymakers
August 14th, 2020
Lockdowns in the North West of England extended Data shows 1 in 4 young people in the US have experienced suicidal thoughts during the pandemic. UK fines for refusing to wear a face mask increase to £3200
August 15th, 2020
South Korea tightens social distancing measures in the capital as cases reach 5 month high. UK recommenced the easing of lockdown with indoor play centres, indoor performances and wedding receptions given the go ahead.
August 16th, 2020
UK Government plans to scrap Public Health England (PHE) and replace it with a specialist pandemic unit due to dissatisfaction with the performance of PHE. Trump blocks additional funding for the US postal service despite concerns that the surge in mail-in voting due to the pandemic could mean some ballots do not arrive in time to be counted.
August 17th, 2020
A-Level and GCSE Students in England given their Centre Assessed Grades after outcry over results given by algorithm which was designed to replace exams after school shutdowns. New Zealand delays election for a month due to coronavirus fears.
August 18th, 2020
WHO warns against ‘vaccine nationalism’ Australia announces it will manufacture a coronavirus vaccine and give it for free to all citizens. Figures show depression among British adults has doubled during pandemic. France to make face masks compulsory in all workplaces from the 1st September. Ireland tightens coronavirus restrictions until the 13th September as cases surge in the country.
August 19th, 2020
Australia announces it will provide vaccines to its ‘Pacific family’ and regional partners in South East Asia. World Bank calls for greater debt relief for poorer countries during the pandemic.
August 20th, 2020
First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon announces that Scotland will remain in phase three of its lockdown easing whilst the country manages flare ups of the virus. France reports 4,711 new Covid cases over the last 24 hours, a post-lockdown record high. The ICRC announces that Covid-19 is significantly worsening the Libya crisis, with an increase from 571 known cases in June to over 9000 on Thursday 20th of August.
August 21st, 2020
New data from Johns Hopkins University reveals that the global total of Covid-19 cases has surpassed 22.5 million, whilst deaths have increased to over 792,000. Irish Agriculture Minister Dara Calleary resigns for breaking Covid guidelines with his attendance to a golf society dinner. The World Health Organisation publishes updated guidance on mask-wearing, recommending that children over the age of 12 should comply with the same mask rules as adults.
August 22nd, 2020
Global Covid death toll reaches 800,000 as cases surmount 23 million. China approves human testing for a potential Covid vaccine which is cultivated in insect cells. South Korea brings in new nationwide restrictions including bans on large gatherings and churches, as the country struggles to contain its worst Covid resurgence in six months.
August 23rd, 2020
US President Donald Trump announces emergency authorisation for a new blood plasma treatment for Covid patients, despite as of yet inconclusive evidence about its effectiveness. UK chief medical officers publish a statement reaffirming that children are at a low risk of contracting and dying from Covid-19, as the UK government prepares to open schools next month amidst criticism from parents and teachers.
August 24th, 2020
In Japan, Tokyo reports a decline in new Covid cases to 95, the lowest daily amount since July 8th. One of President Donald Trump’s longest serving advisers, Kellyanne Conway, announces that she is leaving the administration at the end of August in order to spend more time with her family. The Czech government announces that it is extending its furlough scheme until the end of October.
August 25th, 2020
The World Health Organization’s Continental Chief for Africa announces reports that Africa’s Covid outbreak could be past its peak, citing a general decline in the number of new cases. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announces that $320 billion has been lost in exports in the global tourism industry due to the disruption caused by the Covid pandemic. American Airlines announces that it will cut 19,000 jobs in the US in October, unless the US government extends its stimulus package for the airline industry.
August 26th, 2020
The Jordan government announces it will impose a 24-hour lockdown in the capital of Amman in a bid to slow the spread of Covid. In response to rising numbers of Covid cases in Germany and Liechtenstein, Norway announces that it will impose a 10-day quarantine on all those arriving from those countries from August 29th. The World Economic Forum postpones the 2021 Davos summit from January to next summer, amid fears that the WEF would be unable to host the summit safely in January 2021.
August 27th, 2020
The World Health Organization’s Director General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, announces that an international team of experts will visit Wuhan in China to study the origins of Covid-19. Germany announces that mass public events in the country will remain banned until the end of the year, following talks between Germany’s State leaders and the Chancellor Angela Merkel. Several US States, including California, Florida and Texas, reject new guidance from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggesting that asymptomatic people exposed to Covid should no longer be tested.
August 28th, 2020
Covid cases in Latin America surpass 7 million Human Rights Watch reports that the Venezuelan security services have been targeting dissenters critical of the Maduro government’s handling of the pandemic. The Danish government announces that it will provide financial support to cultural organisations such as sports clubs and theatres.
August 29th, 2020
Far-right extremists attempt to storm the German parliament after a day of protests over Germany’s coronavirus restrictions. Costa Rica annonces it has requested £1.3bn in support from the IMF to deal with the economic fallout of coronavirus in the country. Thousands of Israelis protest in Jerusalem calling for the Prime Minister’s resignation over his handling of the pandemic.
August 30th, 2020
Globally the number of confirmed cases pass 25 million. India sets world record number of daily increases in case with 78,761 confirmed cases in 24 hours. University and College Union (UCU) warns against UK University campuses reopening in September.
August 31st, 2020
US passes 6 million confirmed cases. Hong Kong announces it will begin mass coronavirus testing in a bid to tackle a third coronavirus wave. India’s former President, Pranab Mukherjee, dies of coronavirus.
September 1st, 2020
Russia passes 1 million confirmed cases. Hungary closes its borders and implements stricter restrictions than at the height of the pandemic. Household gatherings banned in parts of Glasgow. Residential evictions cease in US until 31st December.
September 2nd, 2020
US refuses to join COVAX, an international effort organised by the WHO, to collectively create and distribute a vaccine. Victoria state in Australia extends its state of emergency for another six months. Germany rules out a winter lockdown. Turkey’s health minister says it is seeing a second peak of coronavirus cases. Italy’s former Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, tests positive for coronavirus.
September 3rd, 2020
France announces €100 billion recovery package. US health officials plan for an October vaccine rollout. Thailand reports its first locally transmitted case of coronavirus for 100 days. Brazil hits 4 million confirmed cases.
September 4th, 2020
WHO warns that widespread vaccination will not be possible until mid 2021. Italy’s former PM, Silvio Berlusconi admitted to hospital after contracting coronavirus earlier this week. EU calls for member states to contribute more to boost the funds available for vaccines.
September 5th, 2020
Infections in India reach 4 million. Russia’s ‘Sputnik V’ vaccine found to generate antibodies and doesn’t have side-effects according to latest trials. Thousands join ‘Covidiot’ rally in Croatia against coronavirus measures.
September 6th, 2020
A poll in Greece shows that 44% of Greeks would refuse to be vaccinated though in Brazil a similar poll showed only 5% of Brazilians would refuse a vaccine. Pope Francis declares that gossip is a ‘plague worse than covid’.
September 7th, 2020
India overtakes Brazil to become country with the second highest number of coronavirus infections. Confirmed cases pass 27 million globally
September 8th, 2020
Three migrant camps near Athens placed under quarantine Spending watchdog declares that the UK’s coronavirus bill has cost the UK Government £210 billion OECD suggests that skill losses emerging from the disruption to education could result in a 1.5% decline in global output for the rest of the century
September 9th, 2020
UK bans gatherings of more than 6 people over fears about a second wave. France records over 8500 new cases, its second highest daily increase. Leaked documents suggest UK Government is pinning hopes on “Operation Moonshot”, a £100billion mass testing programme, to avoid a second lockdown. Facebook states that it won’t remove anti-vaccine posts.
September 10th, 2020
UN urges countries to find $15billion for its ACT-Accelerator programme in order to find a global solution to the pandemic. Global coronavirus death toll passes 900,000. Mexico signs deal to buy 32 million doses of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine
September 11th, 2020
Brazil’s death toll passes 130,000. France rules out another national lockdown despite cases continuing to surge.
September 12th, 2020
Oxford University resumes vaccine trial. Daily coronavirus cases in Scotland hit a 4 month high.
September 13th, 2020
Israel announces it will reimpose a three week national lockdown.4000 healthcare workers protest in Brusells calling for more spending on healthcare. WHO reports record single-day global increase in coronavirus cases.
September 14th, 2020
Jordan closes schools, places of worship and restaurants as cases rise. Panama lifts 5 month long rule that only allowed men and women outside on different days. WHO predicts that Europe will see a rise in coronavirus cases in October and November.
September 15th, 2020
Unicef reports that half the world’s children are still unable to attend school due to the pandemic. South African health minister states that as many as one-fifth of South Africans may have contracted coronavirus. The Netherlands hits a daily record of new coronavirus cases.
September 16th, 2020
Trump claims that coronavirus will just ‘go away’ due to ‘herd mentality’. India passes 5 million coronavirus cases.
September 17th, 2020
France sees new record for the country of over 10,000 daily cases. New York delays schools return again. WHO warns about “alarming rates of transmission” across Europe.
September 18th, 2020
France hit another new record of over 13,000 daily cases. Trump says he expects to have enough vaccine doses for every American to receive the vaccine by April. Coronavirus cases hit 30 million worldwide.
September 19th, 2020
Doctors in England urge for tighter restrictions. Scaled-down version of Oktoberfest goes ahead in Munich.
September 20th, 2020
US performs one million tests in a day. Demonstrators gather in Jerusalem calling for Netanyahu to resign despite national lockdown being in force.
September 21st, 2020
Pubs in England to shut at 10pm to halt rise in cases.156 countries agree to a covid vaccine allocation deal to ensure equitable access. Fears over second UK lockdown wipe £50bn off the FTSE 100.
September 22nd, 2020
US coronavirus death toll passes 200,000. UK records highest daily tally of cases since May as new measures are introduced including encouraging working from home and limiting weddings to 15 people. EU Council postponed after its President goes into quarantine after his bodyguard tested positive.
September 23rd, 2020
France tightens coronavirus measures and introduces new “danger zones” map.600 students at Glasgow University told to self-isolate after outbreak. UK PM says climate crisis must not be overshadowed by coronavirus.
September 24th, 2020
Portugal extends coronavirus measures until mid-October. Study finds that coronavirus is continuing to mutate. Students in Scotland banned from socialising this weekend to avoid spread of the virus.
September 25th, 2020
US passes 7 million cases. Rio de Janeiro’s carnival postponed for the first time in 100 years. Official figures show the UK borrowed £35.9bn in August to tackle economic fallout of coronavirus.
September 26th, 2020
Anti-lockdown protestors clash with protestors in London. Coronavirus cases in Colombia pass 800,000. Scotland announces record rise in cases.
September 27th, 2020
Greece records its first coronavirus death in its migrant community. Protests in Madrid over lockdown measures. Wales announces a number of local lockdowns.
September 28th, 2020
Lockdown tightened in North-East England as cases continue to surge. Data reveals children 44% less likely to catch coronavirus than adults. WHO that rapid covid-19 tests will be rolled out across the world.
September 29th, 2020
Global death toll passes one million World Bank announces $12bn to help poorer countries buy covid-19 vaccines. Disney lay off 28,000 staff across its parks. Boris Johnson apologises for ‘misspeaking’ after accidentally contradicting government regulations in a press briefing.
September 30th, 2020
Czech Republic enters state of emergency to try and control a surge in cases. Italian senate suspended after two members contract coronavirus. Projections by Air Transport Action Group suggest that 46 million jobs could be lost globally due to the reduction in global travel.
October 1st, 2020
Covid cases have continued to double in areas of the UK under local lockdowns. SNP MP Margaret Ferrier suspended after she took a train from London to Scotland despite testing positive for coronavirus. France records 9% daily increase in infections
October 2nd, 2020
US President Donald Trump and the first lady test positive for coroanvirus. Denmark to cull 1 million mink after coronavirus infections found among animals in mink farms. Lebanon orders lockdown of 100 towns and villages as cases rise. EU launches safety review of remdesivir after some patients being given the drug report severe kidney problems.
October 3rd, 2020
Donald Trump releases video message saying he is “doing well” after being taken to hospital with covid-19. France reports 16,972 new cases, another daily record for the country. Thousands of Israelis protest lockdown measures, despite new regulations designed to limit anti-government demonstrations. Tunisia bans all public gatherings and reduces working hours for those in the public sector.
October 4th, 2020
Global cases pass 35 million. UK reports 22,961 cases in 24 hours but blame attributed to backlogs in case reporting. All bars in Paris to close from Tuesday. Donald Trump briefly leaves the hospital to make a drive-by appearance waving at supporters from his car.
October 5th, 2020
President Trump leaves hospital. Contact tracing error means that 50,000 contacts may not have been traced. Irish government rejects recommendations by health chiefs to go into lockdown and instead tightens restrictions.
October 6th, 2020
Finland records its highest daily number of covid-19 cases since the start of the pandemic. Facebook and Twitter take action on posts by Trump that compared covid-19 to the flu.
October 7th, 2020
Brazil hits 5 million coronavirus cases. Italy makes masks compulsory outdoors. Brussels closes cafes and bars. Scotland bans drinking indoors in licensed premises for 16 days. Singapore offers financial incentive to encourage pregnancies due to concerns over the impact of the pandemic on the country’s already low birth rate.
October 8th, 2020
WHO reports record one-day rise in global case numbers. Partial lockdowns rejected by courts in Spain because it “impacted on the rights and fundamental freedoms” of residents. Hospitals in Paris postpone non-essential operations due to a rise in hospital admittances.
October 9th, 2020
Justin Trudeau warns that Canada has reached a ‘tipping point’ in its second wave of the pandemic. Europe records 100,000 cases in 24 hours for the first time. Spain declares state of emergency to allow it to keep Madrid in partial lockdown.
October 10th, 2020
Brazil hits 150,000 coronavirus deaths. France reports 26,000 new cases in one day.
October 11th, 2020
India passes 7 million cases. Russia records its highest daily increase in cases.
October 12th, 2020
UK announces a new three-tier system for covid restrictions in England, with many regions in the North of England immediately entering the higher tiers of restrictions. WHO calls herd immunity “scientifically and ethically problematic” France reports 3 month high in ICU admissions for covid-19. Johnson and Johnson temporarily pause trials due to unexplained illness in the study.
October 13th, 2020
President Trump holds a large outdoor rally in Florida after recovering from covid-19. Labour Party leader, Keir Starmer, calls for the UK Government to impose a ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown on the UK. Russian regulator gives approval for the use of Sputnik V vaccine on over 60s.
October 14th, 2020
France imposes 9pm curfew on nine French cities including Paris. Youtube announces it will remove anti-coronavirus vaccine content from the site. Spain closes bars and restaurants in Catalonia for 15 days. Northern Ireland announces 4 week closure of pubs and restaurants.
October 15th, 2020
MPs in the North-West of England reject being moved into ‘Tier 3′ due to concerns about the regional economic impact. Infections in France increase by over 30,000 in 24 hours for the first time since the start of the pandemic. President of the European Commission goes into self-isolation after a colleague tests positive.
October 16th, 2020
US surpasses 8 million cases. Anthony Fauci tells Americans to rethink their traditional Thanksgiving plans. Belgium announces closure of all its cafes and restaurants for four weeks. UK Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, claims Russia is trying to sow seeds of confusion over UK vaccine.
October 17th, 2020
Coronavirus deaths in Iran exceed 30,000. World sees record 400,000 cases in one day. Leaked letter suggests Wales will enter a two-week circuit breaker lockdown from the 23rd October. London, Essex and York enter Tier 2 restrictions.
October 18th, 2020
Europe passes 250,000 coronavirus deaths. Twitter removes anti-mask tweet by top US coronavirus adviser.
October 19th, 2020
Ireland imposes touch coronavirus restrictions, including banning people from travelling more than 5km from their home. Wales announces two week ‘firebreak’ lockdown Chief scientific advisor warns that the UK won’t get a covid-19 vaccine until spring. Live coronavirus found on food packaging in China
October 20th, 2020
UK Government forces tighter restrictions on Greater Manchester after failing t reach an agreement with local politicians UK to try the first coronavirus ‘challenge trials’, infecting young people with the virus to speed up vaccine development. Iran and Russia report record high in coronavirus cases.
October 21st, 2020
Spain surpasses one million coronavirus cases. German health minister tests positive for coronavirus. US claims it will have enough doses of successful coronavirus vaccines to vaccinate most vulnerable Americans by the end of the year. Scotland announces a five-tier coronavirus system, mirroring England’s three-tier system.
October 22nd, 2020
Greece announces it will impose a curfew in a number of high risk areas. Wales announces that supermarkets in Wales will only be allowed to sell essentials during their firebreak lockdown.
October 23rd, 2020
AstraZeneca resumes vaccine trial in the US after it was paused on the 6th September after a UK participant suffered a serious neurological illness. Scientists warn that US is on track to hit 500,000 deaths by the end of February. Dr Anthony Fauci, US infectious disease expert, says Whitehouse meetings about coronavirus have become less frequent, despite cases rising in much of the US.
October 24th, 2020
France, Italy, Greece, Luxembourg and Austria all hit record daily increases in coronavirus cases. Health Minister in Czech Republic announces that the number of coronavirus deaths has doubled in two weeks. Tens of thousands of anti-lockdown protestors march in London leading to 18 arrests. University and College Union (UCU) send pre-action letter to the UK Government arguing that keeping Universities open for face-to-face teaching is illegal.
October 25th, 2020
Italy introduces a raft of new coronavirus restrictions with people strongly advised not to leave their homes unless it is for work, health or education purposes. Spain declares a nationwide state of emergency.
October 26th, 2020
Protests and looting in Italy against new coronavirus restrictions are met with teargas by police. Belgian health officials warn that intensive care unit in the country will be overrun within a fortnight if the current rate of infection continues. President Trump says claims that US cases are rising is a ‘fake news conspiracy’ and is down to extensive testing in the US. China tests 4.7million people in a city in Xinjiang, discovering 137 asymptomatic cases.
October 27th, 2020
Airport Councils Europe warns that 193 European airports could face insolvency within months if passenger traffic doesn’t rebound by year-end. Algerian President, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, is hospitalised with coronavirus. Italy hits highest 24 hour death toll since May.
October 28th, 2020
11 European countries hit their highest 24 hour case number or death tolls since pandemic began. France and Germany both impose month long national lockdowns. White House lists ‘Ending the covid-19 pandemic’ as one of President Trump’s accomplishments, despite nearly half a million Americans testing positive for coronavirus in a week.
October 29th, 2020
EU announces it will finance the transferring of patients between nations in the bloc to stop hospitals being overwhelmed. West Yorkshire moves into Tier 3 restrictions. Greece imposes regional lockdowns in 3 areas. India passes 8 million cases.
October 30th, 2020
US passes 9 million coronavirus cases. Belgium tightens lockdown restrictions, closing non-essential retail and restricting household visits from Monday. WHO declares that “Europe is at the epicenter of this pandemic once again”. Brazil health minister hospitalised after testing positive for covid-19.
October 31st, 2020
UK announces 4 week national lockdown in England with non-essential retail closed and pubs and restaurants closed except for takeaways. Schools, universities and courts will remain open. UK passes 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases. Number of coronavirus related hospitalizations hit new highs in 14 European countries this week. Austria announces night-time curfew and the closure of cafes, bars and restaurants. US hits new world record of almost 90,000 new daily coronavirus cases to take it passed 9 million coronavirus cases.
November 1st, 2020
US infectious disease expert, Anthony Fauci, warns that the US should prepare for a ‘whole lot of hurt’, predicting that the country will see 100,000 cases a day over winter. Spain sees a weekend of violent protests and looting after it announced a six month state of emergency. The UK’s Brexit party announces it will rebrand as ‘Reform UK’, an anti-lockdown party. Iran’s medical council wants that its coronavirus death toll is likely 3 times higher than official figures suggest. Research suggests that President Trump’s rallies have led to 30,000 extra coronavirus cases in America and 700 additional deaths. Slovakia test almost half of its population, in a two day mass testing programme to bring coronavirus under control.
November 2nd, 2020
Head of WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, enters self-isolation after being in contact with someone with covid-19. President Trump breaks coronavirus curfew at his rally in Florida and threatens to fire Anthony Fauci after the US election, claiming ‘he’s been wrong on a lot’. Global death toll passes 1.2 million.
November 3rd, 2020
Europe passes 11 million coronavirus cases. Hungary to close bars and entertainment venues and impose night-time curfew. The Netherlands bans public meetings of more than two people not from the same household. China works positive coronavirus narrative into the school curriculum. Denmark suspends parliamentary voting after lawmakers test positive.
November 4th, 2020
France records over 40,000 new cases in 24 hours. Lithuania announces 3 week national lockdown. Cyprus imposes night time curfew.
November 5th, 2020
UK extends its furlough scheme until the end of March. UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab goes into self-isolation. Irish health officials declare that it is on track to have the virus under control by the end of November. Outbreak at a mink factory leads to tightening of restrictions in Northern Denmark. WHO warns that covid-19 is having a knock-on effect on health services in Africa.
November 6th, 2020
France (60,486) and Italy (37,809) record huge new record daily increases in cases. Portugal declares a state of health emergency. European coronavirus-related deaths pass 300,000.
November 7th, 2020
France surpasses 40,000 coronavirus related deaths. Hospitals in Greater Manchester suspend non-urgent care. President Trump’s Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows, tests positive for coronavirus. The Queen wears a maskin public for the first time.
November 8th, 2020
Global coronavirus infections pass 50 million. Hundreds of protestors gather in Manchester to protest England’s national lockdown. Nigel Farage relaunches the ‘Brexit Party’ as Reform UK in opposition to lockdowns.
November 9th, 2020
Pfizer announces that its vaccine is 90% effective. US President-elect announces a coronavirus advisory board to manage the US’ response to coronavirus. UK vaccine expert says life should return to normal by Spring.
November 10th, 2020
Senior Tory backbenchers form rebel group to oppose any move to extend England’s national lockdown beyond the 2nd December. UK reports its highest daily death toll since May. Brazil passes 5.7 million coronavirus cases.
November 11th, 2020
Texas becomes the first US state with more than 1 million coronavirus cases. Italy passes 1 million coronavirus cases. South Africa opens up travel to all countries despite having the highest number of coronavirus cases in the region.
November 12th, 2020
First cruise ship to sail the Caribbean since the pandemic announces it has 5 coronavirus cases onboard US hits 10.5 million coronavirus cases. French PM announces that one in four deaths in France are coronavirus related.
November 13th, 2020
The number of coronavirus cases hits 50 million worldwide. Economists at Deutsche bank propose that people should pay a 5% tax for each day they work from home to get economies moving. Data from Public Health England suggests that people with learning difficulties are 6 times more likely to die from coronavirus in England.
November 14th, 2020
Global death toll reaches 1.3 million with over 53 million cases. Anti-lockdown protests in Bristol result in 14 arrests. Iran imposes new lockdown restrictions with non-essential businesses to shut and cars banned from leading 100 towns and cities, including Tehran. Lebanon starts new two-week national lockdown.
November 15th, 2020
Boris Johnson forced to self-isolate after being contacted by NHS test and trace app after coming into contact with someone with coronavirus. India flies doctors from other parts of the country to New Delhi to control the spread of coronavirus in the capital. Greece bans public gatherings of more than four people and closes schools. US passes 11 million coronavirus cases.
November 16th, 2020
Moderna claims research shows its vaccine is 94.5% effective. Norwegian politicians agree on a £1.84 billion economic support package to help the country recover from coronavirus. Data shows the US recorded 1 million coronavirus cases last week. Amnesty International claims Belgium “abandoned” elderly people who died in care homes during the pandemic.
November 17th, 2020
US President-elect Joe Biden states that Donald Trump’s refusal to cooperate with the White House transition will cost lives because of coronavirus. UK records 598 deaths, the highest since the 12th May. British Airways announces it is trialling a coronavirus testing system for passengers travelling to the UK from three American airports.
November 18th, 2020
New data shows the Pfizer vaccine to be 95% effective. Switzerland’s ICU beds reach full capacity. Research hospital in Minnesota announces that 900 employees have caught covid-19 in two weeks.
November 19th, 2020
Brexit negotiations are suspended after an EU negotiator tests positive for covid-19. US Centre for disease control warns people not to travel for Thanksgiving celebrations. Northern Ireland announces it will go into a tougher two week lockdown with non-essential shops shutting from the 27th November.
November 20th, 2020
UK Health Minister, Matt Hancock, states that Pfizer vaccine could be rolled out from next month. Portugal approves 15 day extension of state of emergency. California imposes curfew on the majority of its residents as the US records its highest daily number of deaths since May. Canadian Prime Minister warns that rise it is seeing in covid-19 cases could overwhelm the healthcare system.
November 21st, 2020
Portugal bans domestic travel and closes schools around two national holidays to try and halt the spread of coronavirus before Christmas. Hundreds of people in Merthyr Tydfil given rapid coronavirus tests in a pilot mass testing scheme. Observer/Opinium poll shows Christmas in lockdown is preferred by UK citizens over new January restrictions.
November 22nd, 2020
G20 leaders pledge to “spare no effort” in ensuing equitable distribution of vaccines globally but make no concrete commitments on how to achieve this. Public health advisors warn that rising coronavirus cases in the Gaz strip could overwhelm health services by next week. Ministers across the UK endorse a shared objective of “some limited additional household bubbling for a small number of days” over Christmas. Lab-confirmed coronavirus cases pass 1.5 million in the UK.
November 23rd, 2020
UK Government says it hopes to innoculate all those most at risk from Covid-19 by Easter. Boris Johnson details his “Covid Winter Plan” to the UK which includes a tightened three-tier system in England post-lockdown. Spain’s King Felipe VI goes into self-isolation after contact with someone who tested positive for Covid-19. Italy records 630 new Covid-19 deaths bringing total to over 50,000.
November 24th, 2020
UK announces plans that families can bubble in three-household groups from the 23rd-27th December for Christmas. France announces a three-stage easing of restrictions beginning with the opening of non-essential businesses.13 African countries come together to launch the largest clinical trial of Covid-19 treatments on the continent
November 25th, 2020
Coronavirus cases pass 60 million globally while the Americas report 1.5 million in 7 days, the highest weekly number since the start of the pandemic. Analysis suggests the UK trace-and-trace system reached 58% of close contacts of people in the west affected areas for Covid-19 since September. A senior leader of India’s Congress party, Ahmed Patel, dies of Covid-19.
November 26th, 2020
France reports 13,563 new coronavirus infections down from 21,150 a week ago, following weeks of lockdown measures. British stocks fall after Matt Hancock announces that over a third of the population will remain under tough Covid-19 restrictions at the end of the national lockdown. The Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention warns that mass vaccination against Covid-19 is unlikely to start in Africa until midway through 2021. US President Donald Trump announces that deliveries of a coronavirus vaccine will begin in the US next week.
November 27th, 2020
Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, states that half of Canadians will have the coronavirus vaccine by September. Hospitals in England are told to prepare for a rollout of the coronavirus vaccine in 10 days. Denmark plans to exhume 17 million mink slaughtered to curb the spread of a mutant strain of coronavirus. South Korea’s intelligence agency claims it foils attempts by North Korea to disrupt developments of a coronavirus vaccine. More than 1300 people in the UK wrongly told they have coronavirus after a lab error.
November 28th, 2020
Boris Johnson appoints Nadhim Zahawi as the minister in charge of the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine. UK secures another 2 million doses of the Moderna vaccine while more than 150 people are arrested in London at an anti-lockdown protest.
November 29th, 2020
WHO delivers 15 ventilators to hospitals in Gaza as cases soar. Doctors and nurses in Spain protest aginst cuts which they say have left them unable to cope with the pandemic. Children in Iraq return to school for the first time since February while New York prepares to reopen schools on the 7th December.
November 30th, 2020
Final results show the Moderna vaccine to be 94% effective and nobody who was given the vaccine in test trials developed severe disease. Pus, bars and restaurants in wales are banned from serving alcohol and forced to shut at 6pm. Croatia’s PM Andrej Plenković tests positive for Covid-19. WHO warns that spending time with loved ones at Christmas is “not worth putting them or yourself at risk”.
December 1st, 2020
MPs approved the UK government’s plan for a tougher tiered system for England with 78 MPs, including 53 Tory MPs, voting against the Government. BioNTech/Pfizer and Moderna file for EU approval of Covid-19 vaccine.
December 2nd, 2020
European Medicines Agency criticises the UK’s decision to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine arguing that the UK has prioritised speed over public faith in the vaccine. Interpol warns that organised crime networks may attempt to sell fake Covid-19 vaccines or to steal real ones. Germany extends its coronavirus restrictions until the 10th January.
December 3rd, 2020
Global coronavirus toll passes 1.5 million and UK death toll passes 60,000 (according to UK government statistics) US President-elect Biden states that in his inauguration speech he will ask Americans to wear face masks for his first 100 days in office. Facebook announces that it will remove false claims about coronavirus vaccines from its sites. Former US Presidents Obama, Clinton and Bush pledge to take coronavirus vaccine, and potentially take it on TV, to increase faith in the vaccine.
December 4th, 2020
WHO warns against complacency generated by the creation of successful vaccines, warning that the pandemic still has a long way to go. Bahrain becomes the second country to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine.
December 5th, 2020
Russia delivers its Sputnik V vaccine to 70 clinics to begin mass immunisation programme. Iran’s death toll passes 50,000. UK Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, states that a coronavirus vaccine could lead to loosening of coronavirus restrictions by March. UK Labour Leader, Keir Starmer, enters self-isolation.
December 6th, 2020
Italy’s death toll passes 60,000. US hits record daily increase in coronavirus cases for the third day running. Tunisia extends night-time curfew until the end of the year as cases rise.
December 7th, 2020
Italy’s interior minister, Luciana Lamorgese, discovers during a cabinet meeting that she has coronavirus. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announces that the Government will provide a free Covid-19 vaccine to all Brazilians.
December 8th, 2020
UK administers its first does of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine outside of clinical trials. Hong Kong imposes new coronavirus restrictions. US deaths surge to 2,200 a day, reaching the levels seen in April.
December 9th, 2020
Canada becomes the third country to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. Study suggests that Covid-19 was circulating in Italy in November 2019. Russian official warns against drinking alcohol in the weeks following receiving the Sputnik V vaccine.
December 10th, 2020
US records more than 3000 deaths in 24 hours for the first time. Israel abandons plans for a curfew which would have been in place over Hannukah. London hits 191.8 cases per 100,000 people, the highest rate for any area in England. Concerns raised that the decomposing bodies of the mink culled in Denmark over coronavirus fears may have contaminated the groundwater.
December 11th, 2020
Portugal hits its highest number of deaths in 24 hours since the pandemic began. World Health Organisation argues that Christmas celebrations could turn to ‘sadness’ if people fail to be vigilant over the Christmas period. Preliminary data suggests that rapid coronavirus tests rolled out in Liverpool missed half of cases. Scientists identify mutations in five genes associated with the development of life-threatening illness from Covid-19 which could help the development of drugs to reduce the effects of the disease.
December 12th, 2020
The United States records nearly 250,000 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours, the highest number since the start of the pandemic. Polling shows that 22% of Brazilians would not take the coronavirus vaccine. Peru suspends trials for China’s Sinopharm coronavirus vaccine after participant experiences ‘serious adverse event’ although it is not known whether it is linked to the vaccine. Italy overtakes the UK as the European country with the highest coronavirus death toll.
December 13th, 2020
Greenwich council asks all schools to close early for Christmas to curb the spread of infections. Spanish health minister states that Spain could hit herd immunity by Summer 2021. Bahrain approves China’s Sinopharm vaccine. Eswatini Prime Minister Ambrose Dlamini passes away four weeks after testing positive for Covid-19.
December 14th, 2020
WHO declares that Santa Claus is immune to coronavirus. Canada begins its vaccination programme. Polish health minister warns that Poland could face a third wave of coronavirus.
December 15th, 2020
Eight European states announce that they will coordinate the start of their Covid-19 vaccination campaigns. Turkey records 235 deaths in 24 hours, its highest number since the pandemic began.
December 16th, 2020
Germany announces that it will begin to roll out BioNTech/Pfizer Covid vaccine on 27 December. Twitter bans harmful false claims about Covid-19 vaccinations. Internal documents suggest that the ‘COVAX’ scheme, designed to ensure equitable access to coronavirus vaccine, faces a “very high risk” of failure. The number of confirmed cases in Brazil hits 7 million.
December 17th, 2020
French President, Emmanuel Macron, tests positive for Covid-19 forcing a number of European leaders into self-isolation. Northern Ireland announces a 6 week lockdown from Boxing day. King of Sweden condemns Sweden’s ‘failed’ response to coronavirus.
December 18th, 2020
Italy announces new national lockdown between 24-27th December and December 31st- January 3rd, while Austria announces that it will reintroduce lockdown from the 26th December. Frances coronavirus death toll passes 60,000.
December 19th, 2020
A new strain of coronavirus identified in South East England and date suggests it could be 70% more transmissible. The total number of coronavirus cases globally passes 75 million. The UK announces changes to planned relaxation of rules over Christmas with relaxation period cut to just Christmas day and much of London and the South East being moved into a new Tier 4 in which rules will not be relaxed over Christmas. Scotland announces travel ban with the rest of the UK.
December 20th, 2020
A significant number of countries including Turkey, Iran, France and Sweden impose travel restrictions on passengers from the UK to avoid the spread of the new strain of coronavirus. Italy records its first case of the mutated virus.
December 21st, 2020
US President-elect Joe Biden receives the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine on live television. A number of airlines announce that they will require passengers from the UK to provide proof of negative Covid-19 tests before allowing them to travel. The number of people in the UK who have received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine reaches 500,000. UK supermarkets warn that there may be food shortages if border issues with France are not resolved quickly. The EU approves the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine.
December 22nd, 2020
AstraZeneca states that it believes its vaccine should be effective against the new strain of coronavirus. Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, is forced to apologise for breaching coronavirus regulations by removing her face covering at a funeral. NHS leaders raise concerns that the vaccine rollout is not happening quickly enough.
December 23rd, 2020
UK Government announces that more areas of the UK will be moved into Tier 4 from Boxing Day. Argentine becomes the first Latin American company to approve Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine. Northern Ireland identifies a case of the new mutated strain of Covid-19.
December 24th, 2020
Another new variant of Covid-19 is discovered in Nigeria. Study suggests that England could face more Covid-19 deaths in the next six months than in the whole of 2020 unless restrictions are increased. London confirmed as the UK’s Coronavirus hotspot with more than 2% of Londoners having the virus. Meanwhile, infection rates increase in every region of England. Mexico, Chile and Costa Rica begin vaccination programmes. Italy passes 2 million coronavirus cases.
December 25th, 2020
Queen Elizabeth praises the British people for ‘rising magnificently to the challenges of the year’ in her Christmas day message while another 570 deaths are recorded on Christmas day taking the overall UK death toll over 70,000. Pope Francis uses Christmas day message to urge countries to share vaccines. Ireland confirms that the mutated virus first identified in the UK has been found in Ireland.
December 26th, 2020
Data shows that 1 in 1000 Americans have died from Covid-19 in less than a year. Global coronavirus cases pass 80 million. Japan bans foreign nationals from entering the country from Monday until the end of January after multiple cases of the new strain of the virus were found in the country. Sweden identifies its first case of the new strain of coronavirus.
December 27th, 2020
EU launches its vaccination programme. Beijing begins testing 800,000 residents after two locally transmitted cases of coronavirus are identified. Norway and Canada both identify cases of the new strain of Covid-19 first sequenced in the UK.
December 28th, 2020
President Trump signs $900 billion coronavirus relief package into law avoiding a partial government shutdown. He had previously refused to sign the bill criticising it for “wasteful spending”. Uk reports over 40,000 cases in 24 hours for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Russia announces that its coronavirus death toll is three times higher than previously recorded. Hundreds of Britons flee a Swish ski resort after a mandatory quarantine was imposed after the new Covid variant was identified in the area.
December 29th, 2020
UK records over 50,000 infections in 24 hours for the first time since the start of the pandemic. India reports six cases of the new COVID variant first identified in the UK. South Africa bans the sale of alcohol and extends its nighttime curfew as it battles its own variant of COVID-19. Spain announces it will maintain a registry of those who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine.
December 30th, 2020
Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine approved for use in the UK. UK announces plans to delay second-stage vaccinations and prioritise giving more people their first vaccine in order to curb the spread of the virus more quickly. China administers 3 million doses of the vaccine in two weeks and approves its first homegrown vaccine developed by Sinopharm.
December 31st, 2020
World Health Organisation lists Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for emergency use, enabling countries to approve vaccine use more quickly. Brazil detects two cases of the new variant of Covid-19 first found in the UK. Wisconsin police arrest a hospital employee for deliberately spoiling 500 doses of the Moderna vaccine.
January 1st, 2021
US passes 20 million coronavirus cases. Large crowds gather in Wuhan to celebrate the New Year while New Years celebrations are cancelled in much of Europe and America.
January 2nd, 2021
US announces it won’t follow the UK’s decision to delay the second dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. More than 1000 fines are issued after illegal New Years rave in the French countryside. Vietnam reports its first case of new strain of Covid-19, first found in the UK.
January 3rd, 2021
UK death toll passes 75,000. Brazil approves import of 2 million doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine though the vaccine is not yet approved for use in the country.6 people re-entering Greece from the UK identified as having the new strain of Covid-19. Ireland passes 100,000 cases. India approves use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine and a locally developed vaccine.
January 4th, 2021
England enters third national lockdown with schools closed and people allowed to leave their homes once a day for exercise for the next six weeks at least. BioNTech and Pfizer warn that the safety and efficacy of the vaccine cannot be guaranteed if booster shots are given later than was tested in trials. UK becomes the first country to administer the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.
January 5th, 2021
GCSEs and A-Level examinations cancelled in the UK for 2020/21 as the UK’s Chief Medical Officer, Chris Whitty announces that 1 in 50 people in the UK has coronavirus. Germany extends its national lockdown until the end of January. The UK records over 60,000 cases in 24 hours for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
January 6th, 2021
European Medicines Agency approves use of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine. China blocks arrival of WHO officials sent to investigate the origins of coronavirus, claiming that their visas had not yet been approved. Japan hits newly daily record of coronavirus cases (6001) in 24 hours. Portugal extends its state of emergency. Ireland tightens lockdown restrictions, closing schools and construction for at least three weeks. Arizona declared Covid-19 ‘hot spot of the world’ by health officials, recording the highest levels of coronavirus cases in the United States.
January 7th, 2021
Europe passes 25 million coronavirus cases. Israel Prime Minister claims that all over-16s in the country will be vaccinated by March. UK records 1162 coronavirus deaths, the highest figure since April. Russia passes 60,000 coronavirus deaths.
January 8th, 2021
NHS England announces that NHS health and social care staff will be given immediate priority on receiving the vaccine, with the majority vaccinated before February. United States records 290,000 coronavirus cases in 24 hours, a new record. Iran bans the import of vaccine produced by the US and the UK because “it’s not unlikely they would want to contaminate other nations”. ‘Major incident’ declared in London as cases soar.
January 9th, 2021
US reports over two million new coronavirus cases in the first 9 days of 2021. Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh receive the coronavirus vaccine. UK passes three million coronavirus cases as deaths pass 80,000.
January 10th, 2021
US lawmakers urged to get tested for Coronavirus after concerns they may have been exposed to coronavirus during the attack on the Capitol. Modelling suggests that 1 in 5 people in England may have had coronavirus. Russia detects its first case of the UK variant of coronavirus, while Japan identifies a new coronavirus strain among travellers from Brazil.
January 11th, 2021
Portugal’s President tests positive for coronavirus and cancels all public engagements two weeks before the Presidential election. Two gorillas at San Diego zoo test positive for Covid-19. Dubai removed from UK’s travel corridor. Coronavirus rate in Spain hits 436 in 100,000 over the last 14 days, its highest since the start of the pandemic. World Health Organisation warns that herd immunity will not be achieved in 2021, despite vaccine rollout.
January 12th, 2021
The Netherlands extends coronavirus restrictions until the 9th February, while Angela Merkel warns that Germany’s hard lockdown could last another 8-10 weeks. China’s Coronavac vaccine proves 50% effective in Brazil. Switzerland approves the Moderna vaccine. Portugal’s President tests negative for coronavirus after an earlier positive test. Ukraine requests help from the EU in procuring coronavirus vaccines.
January 13th, 2021
The UK passes 100,000 coronavirus deaths. African Union announces it has secured 270 million coronavirus vaccines across three vaccine suppliers. Switzerland announces the closure of non-essential shops and encourages people to work from home, warning that the mutated British version of the virus has taken root in Switzerland. Portugal announces new coronavirus measures including the closure of non-essential businesses (except restaurants open for takeaway) to be introduced from the 15th.
January 14th, 2021
Israel hits two million coronavirus vaccinations. The UK bans flights from a number of South American countries, including Argentina, Brazil and Chile. The Vatican announces that Pope Francis and former Pope Benedict have received their first coronavirus vaccine. Lebanon begins 11 day, 24 hour curfew with supermarkets shut and residents required to get special permission to leave the house.
January 15th, 2021
Coronavirus death pass 2 million globally. US President-elect, Joe Biden’s chief of staff warns that US will hit 500,000 coronavirus death by the end of the month. Brazil’s President, Jair Bolsonaro, says there is little he can do about the pandemic, stating that he “should be at the beach”.
January 16th, 2021
Statistics show Japan saw a 16% increase in the suicide rate during its second wave of coronavirus. Data from John Hopkins University shows the most recent 500,000 Coronavirus deaths occurred in the space of six weeks, at the start of the pandemic it took six months to reach the first 500,000 deaths. France implements 6pm curfew as its death toll hits 70,000. India begins its Covid-19 vaccination programme.
January 17th, 2021
South Africa delays reopening schools as the new variant of Coronavirus first found in South Africa continues to spread throughout the country. Israel announces it will begin vaccinating Palestinians, amidst pressure from human rights groups and Palestinian officials. UK announces it will begin vaccinating over 70s and the clinically vulnerable people this week.
January 18th, 2021
UK had the highest death toll in the world in the week ending 17th January, with 16.3 deaths per 1 million people. Czech Republic and Morroc confirm first cases of the new variant of coronavirus first identified in the UK. South African variant of coronavirus found to be more infectious. Trump announces that the US will lift travel ban on Brazil and much of Europe, including the UK, from the 26th January.
January 19th, 2021
Germany extends national lockdown until the 14th February. UK records 1610 deaths in 24 hours, the highest since the pandemic began. European Commission states that the EU will agree on the creation of a common vaccination certificate by the end of the month but that certification would not give travel rights. Denmark announces that homeless people will be among the groups prioritised in vaccine distribution.
January 20th, 2021
US President Joe Biden signs a number of executive orders on his inauguration day, including mandating mask wearing and social distancing in federal building and lands. India’s vaccination programme hampered by low turnout as misinformation deters people from taking the vaccine. Italy prepares to take legal action against Pfizer for delays in vaccine delivery.
January 21st, 2021
Hungary licenses Russia’s Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine. Portugal bans all flights from the UK to stop spread of new Covid-19 variant. Pfizer cuts vaccine deliveries to some European countries by up to a half in some countries.
January 22nd, 2021
Germany detects its first case of the Covid-19 variant first detected in Brazil. International Olympic Committee confirms that the Olympic Games in Tokyo are still expected to go ahead in July, 150 blocks in Hong Kong placed under lockdown for the first time during the pandemic. AstraZeneca warns that a glitch in production means there will be delays to initial vaccine deliveries to the EU.
January 23rd, 2021
Today marks one year since Wuhan entered lockdown, confining its 11 million citizens to their homes. British Medical Association writes to Chief Medical officer Chris Whitty calling for the gap between vaccinations to be shortened. Spain’s top general resigns over allegations of vaccine queue jumping.
January 24th, 2021
Israel cancels all passenger flights for two weeks to prevent importing mutated versions of Covid-19. Protests in Amsterdam over new curfew met with water cannons.
January 25th, 2021
Moderna confirms that its vaccine works against mutated versions of the virus first found in the UK and South Africa. Oxfam reveals that the combined wealth of world’s ten richest men increased $400bn during the pandemic. Riots continue in Amsterdam for the third night in a row over the introduction of a night time curfew. Iceland announces plans for a system of vaccination certificates which will enable those who have been vaccinated to avoid quarantine requirements.
January 26th, 2021
AstraZeneca announces that it will prioritise its delivery of vaccines to the UK, over delivering vaccines to the EU, as it signed its contract with the UK first. Lebanon sees its highest daily death toll (73) as protests continue over lockdown measures.
January 27th, 2021
Pan American Health Organisation announces that 1 million people have died from Covid-19 across North and South America. UK announces compulsory hotel quarantine for those arriving firm ‘high-risk’ countries. Those seeking to leave the UK will need to make a written declaration of their need to travel. Norway announces plans to close borders in two days time. Israel announces that anyone over 35 will now be eligible for vaccines.
January 28th, 2021
Europe faces vaccine shortages as France announces that supplies of the Moderna vaccine expected in February will be reduced by 25%. UN announces that the covid-19 pandemic has cost the tourism industry $1.3trillion. Man dies in Lebanon after clashes with police over coronavirus restrictions.
January 29th, 2021
EU triggers, and then retracts, a Brexit clause which would have blocked vaccine exports to Northern Ireland. EU authorises the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine for use on over 18s. Germany bans travellers from the UK, Ireland and Portugal.
January 30th, 2021
Man charged after a suspicious package was sent to a vaccine production plant in Wales. EU and UK agree to a reset in relations, following a widely condemned attempt to override part of the Brexit agreement. Data reveals the UK’s daily death toll averaged over 1000 in January, the deadliest month of the pandemic in the UK so far. WHO urges Britain to pause Covid-19 vaccinations after it finishes vaccinating the most vulnerable, to allow those in poorer countries to receive the vaccine. Germany threatens legal action against laboratories failing to deliver vaccines to the EU on schedule. US records half of its 26 million coronavirus cases in the last two months.
January 31st, 2021
Hundreds arrested during protests in both Brussels and Hungary over lockdown restrictions. Israel’s cabinet votes to extend lockdown by another five weeks, pending parliamentary approval, as Covid-19 mutations set back progress made by vaccine rollout. UK delivers nearly 600,000 vaccines in one day, its highest number to date.
February 1st, 2021
BioNTech and Pfizer pledge to deliver an extra 75 million vaccines doses to the EU in the Spring. EU tightens travel restrictions on those outside of the block, with only travellers from countries with very low case numbers, and very few cases of the new Covid-19 variants, allowed to enter the EU. Germany sends 20 doctors and nurses to Portugal to help deal with overwhelmed hospitals. First doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine arrive in hard-hit South Africa.
February 2nd, 2021
Poland announces that it will not give the AstraZeneca vaccine to over-65s. Trials suggest Russia’ Sputnik V vaccine has 91.6% effiacy. French President Emmanuel Macron announces that all French people will have been offered the vaccine by the end of summer. Nicola Sturgeon announces a phased return to school for the youngest school children from the 22nd February. Study suggests the Oxford/Astra Zeneca vaccine provides sustained protection against Covid-19 for at least three months and cuts transmission of the virus by two-thirds.
February 3rd, 2021
Sweden announces plans to require all foreign travellers to show a negative coronavirus test taken within the last 48 hours, upon arrival in Sweden, as of the 6th February. Vets in Germany announce they have trained sniffer dogs to detect coronavirus in human saliva with 94% accuracy. Switzerland withholds approval for the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine pending further data and Belgium limits usage to under-55s.
February 4th, 2021
Paraguay signs contract for Sputnik V vaccine. China will donate 100,000 vaccines to the Republic of Congo and writes off $13million in debt. Peru secures 20million Pfizer vaccines. Netherlands limits use of the AstraZeneca vaccine to under 65s.
February 5th, 2021
Greece limits AstraZeneca vaccine to under 65s. US will deploy 1100 troops to help deliver America’s vaccination programme. Israel begins to ease coronavirus restrictions.
February 6th, 2021
AstraZeneca warns that the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine has significantly reduced efficacy against the South African variant of coronavirus. The Netherlands passes 1 million cases. Protests erupt in Demark over Covid-19 restrictions and plans for a digital vaccination certificate.
February 7th, 2021
South Africa suspends use of the AstraZeneca vaccine over concerns about its effectiveness against the South African variant of Coronavirus. Hungary approves of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine. Tensions grow in Greece over allegations the Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis attended a dinner that exceeded the size limit on gatherings.
February 8th, 2021
WHO tells states not to dismiss the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine. UK records 333 deaths, the lowest figure for six weeks.
February 9th, 2021
WHO states that its investigation into the origin of the virus had uncovered new information but not dramatically changed understanding of the outbreak. Spain passes 3 million coronavirus cases. Ghana suspends many of its parliamentary activities after 17 MPS and 151 staff members were infected with coronavirus.
February 10th, 2021
WHO experts endorse the use of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine on over-65s with a gap of 8-12 weeks, after a wave of European countries restrict use of the vaccine to under-65s over concerns about efficacy. Israel announces plans to open up leisure facilities to those who are documented as being immune to coronavirus. Germany extends lockdown until the 7th March.
February 11th, 2021
Portugal extends its lockdown until the 1st March as cases in the country surge. China donates 600,000 BioNTech vaccines to the Philippines. Ireland announces it expects to tend its lockdown until April.
February 12th, 2021
R-value drops below 1 for the first time since July. Czech Republic parliament refuses to tend state of emergency despite dealing with a new, highly contagious coronavirus variant. French health authority recommends single vaccine shot for those who have already had Covid-19.
February 13th, 2021
President of Iran warns that it is approaching a fourth wave of Covid-19. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces that he is optimistic that his announcement of his roadmap out of lockdown on the 22nd February will include easing of restrictions. Poland’s agricultural minister warns that a coronavirus strain found on a Polish mink farm can be transmitted from humans to animals. Venezuela receives 100,000 doses of the Sputnik V vaccine.
February 14th, 2021
15 million Britons have now received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine. Average daily number of cases in the United States drops below 100,000 for the first time in months. Approximately 1000 people found breaking the Covid-19 restrictions in a Belgrade nightclub, where the maximum size for gatherings is 5. Rwanda becomes the first African country to begin its vaccination programmes.
February 15th, 2021
Greece, Cyprus and Israel agree to allow those with vaccination certificates to travel unimpeded between the three countries. Colombia receives its first Covid-19 vaccine doses. New WTO head warns against vaccine nationalism.
February 16th, 2021
Scotland announces plans for phased schools reopening from Monday. Court rules that the Dutch Government must end its night time curfew due to a lack of legal basis for the measure. The Dutch Government plans to appeal. The Dominican Republic begins vaccinating healthcare workers. South Africa offers its doses of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine to the African Union after suspending its use of the vaccine due to efficacy concerns.
February 17th, 2021
Research suggests that 1 in 5 people with diabetes admitted to hospital with Covid-19 die within 28 days. Study shows that the pandemic added $24trillion to global debt in 2020 German authorities raise concern over public reluctance to receive the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine and seek to reassure the public that the vaccine is safe and effective.
February 18th, 2021
Globally, coronavirus infections fall to their lowest level since mid-October One in 5 people in Australia state that they are unlikely to get the coronavirus vaccine. WHO urges countries producing Covid-19 vaccines to donate them to the COVAX scheme.
February 19th, 2021
Court rules that the UK Government broke the law by failing to publish details of PPE spending within the legally required 30 days of contracts being awarded. The Philippines records 157 Covid-19 related deaths, its highest for 5 months. Ireland identifies three cases f the variant of Covid-19 first identified in Brazil. Dutch senators approve legislation to maintain the country’s nighttime curfew until at least March, despite court ruling against the curfew earlier in the week.
February 20th, 2021
200 million Corovairus vaccines delivered globally. UK announces that all UK adults will be offered a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine by the end of July 2021. Morocco detected a further 21 cases of the variant of Covid-19 first detected in the UK. Ireland rules out reopening its hospitality sector until mid-summer.
February 21st, 2021
One in three adults in the UK have now received the first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine. People living with HIV in England will no longer have to disclose their status in order to be prioritised for Covid-19 vaccine. Gaza receives 20,000 doses of the Sputnik V vaccine from the UAE.
February 22nd, 2021
US hits 500,000 coronavirus deaths. UK announces 4 stage plan to lift England out of lockdown over a period of several months, with schools reopening and outdoor socialising with one other person allowed from the 8th March. UK data shows a 70% drop in Covid-19 transmissions among healthcare workers who have received the first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine.
February 23rd, 2021
Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, announces plans to ease lockdown from the 5th April. Ireland announces plans to start reopening schools next week. Greek hospital doctors go on strike over ‘suffocating’ conditions in hospitals.
February 24th, 2021
Evidence shows Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine has been 94% effective in Israel Switzerland announces plans to ease lockdown from 1st March, opening shops, museums, and libraries. Israel passes a law allowing the government to share the names of those who have not been vaccinated with other authorities such as local governments, education and welfare ministries. Danish study suggests that the Covid-19 variant first found in the UK may result in a higher number of hospitalisations than the original variant.
February 25th, 2021
Queen Elizabeth II urges those hesitant about getting the vaccine to “think about other people than themselves”. Brazil’s death toll hits 250,000. Israel suspends plans to send Covid vaccines abroad due to criticism of perceived prioritisation of ‘vaccine diplomacy over providing vaccines to Palestine. African Union backs calls for drugmakers to waive intellectual property rights on Covid-19 vaccines to enable access to vaccines in developing countries.80% of AstraZeneca vaccines in the EU remain unused due to high levels of skepticism in the Oxford vaccine among the public.
February 26th, 2021
Israel’s R rate rises, despite much of the population being vaccinated, as Israel eases lockdown restrictions. Czech Republic announces a month-long state of emergency as Covid-19 cases rise. Greece extends lockdown to more regions of the country.
February 27th, 2021
UK records lowest number of cases in 5 months. US approves Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 vaccine. Three police officers are injured and 20 arrests made at anti-lockdown protests in Dublin.
February 28th, 2021
UK hits 20 million first dose vaccinations. South Africa lowers its alert level from 3 to 1 as cases fall in the country. UK detects its first cases of the coronavirus variant first identified in Brazil.
March 1st, 2021
Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo becomes the first person to receive the Covid-19 vaccine through the Covax scheme. France approves AstraZeneca vaccine use on over-65s with existing medical conditions. Czech Republic tightens coronavirus restrictions as cases surge.
March 2nd, 2021
Tunisia detects first case of the coronavirus variant first identified in the UK. Venezuela receives 500,000 doses of China’s Sinopharm vaccine. Nigeria receives its first Covid-19 vaccines through the Covax scheme. Italy closes schools and increases restrictions on businesses in regions worst hit by the Covid-19 variant first found in the UK.
March 3rd, 2021
Police in China and South Africa seize thousands of fake Covid-19 vaccinations. Rwanda becomes the first African nation to receive the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. Greece extends its lockdown to the 16th March.
March 4th, 2021
Survey results from the ONS show that 49% of over-80s who had received both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine had broken lockdown rules since having the vaccine. Germany and Sweden recommend Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine for over 65s. Italy halts a shipment of Oxford/Astrazeneca vaccines headed for Australia. Italy and Germany announce plans to give just one Covid-19 vaccine dose to those who have had Covid-19 in the last six months, in order to save scarce vaccine supplies.
March 5th, 2021
Russia’s Rosstat statistics agency says 200,000 Russians have died since the start o the pandemic, twice the official figure. Saudi Arabia announces plans to reduce restrictions, including reopening entertainment venues, from the 7th March. Germany expresses concerns over the EU’s vaccine export band which has blocked a shipment to Australia.
March 6th, 2021
US passes President Biden’s $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan. Ireland hits 500,000 first vaccinations. The Dalai Lama receives a Covid-19 vaccination.
March 7th, 2021
France donates 150,000 vaccinations to Slovakia. Rangers football fans gather in Glasgow to celebrate winning the Scottish Premiership, despite lockdown restrictions. Police use tear gas of protestors in Athens, protesting police violence during a coronavirus lockdown patrol. England invites those aged 55-59 for vaccinations.
March 8th, 2021
Federal health officials in the US announce that fully vaccinated Americans can gather with other fully vaccinated Americans indoors without masks or social distancing. Italy approves use of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine on over-65s. Italy passes 100,000 coronavirus deaths.
March 9th, 2021
Greece announces that people who have had a Covid-29 vaccine, have Covdi-19 antibodies or who test negative for the virus can travel to Greece this summer.17 European countries who have received AstraZeneca vaccines from a batch that resulted in a death in Austria have paused use of a batch of the vaccine while the death is investigated. UK Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, write to the European Council denying claims that the UK has issued an “outright ban” on vaccine exports. Scotland announces relaxation of outdoor household mixing.
March 10th, 2021
Brazil hits over 2000 Covid-19 related deaths in 24 hours for the first time since the pandemic began. European Medicines Agency states there is nothing so far to suggest that the Covid-19 vaccine was responsible for two deaths in Austria. Austria, Estonia, Luxembourg, Lithuania and Latvia suspend use of Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine.
March 11th, 2021
Portugal announces plans to gradually ease lockdown from next week. Denmark, Norway and Iceland suspend use of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine. Two-week state of emergency declared in São Paulo. European Medicines Agency recommends conditionally approving the Johnson and Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine.
March 12th, 2021
Boost in vaccine supply means all over-40s will be offered their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine by Easter. Cyprus halts plans to reduce Covid-19 restrictions after the UK variant of Covid-19 causes a surge in cases. France hits 4 million Covid-19 cases.
March 13th, 2021
US delivers 4.5 million coronavirus vaccines, exceeding its previous highest 24 hour total of 2.9 million doses. Colombia suffers first death from the Covid-19 variant first identified in Brazil. Italy announces plans to deliver 500,000 Covid-19 vaccines a day and to vaccinate 80%of its population by September.
March 14th, 2021
Netherlands suspends use of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Head of the Office for National Statistics that there is “no doubt” that there will be a new wave of Covid-19 cases in autumn. Irish health regulators recommend deferring the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine in Ireland. France announces plans to evacuate 100 Covid-19 patients from intensive care units around Paris to ease pressure on services. Police in the Netherlands use water cannons to disperse anti-lockdown protestors in the Hague.
March 15th, 2021
Italy, France, Portugal, Slovenia and Cyprus suspend use of th AstraZeneca vaccine pending an assessment by the EU’s medicine regulator. Estonia’s Prime Minister, Kaja Kallas, tests positive for Covid-19. brazil strikes deal with Pfizer for 100 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.
March 16th, 2021
European Medicines Agency announces it is investigating 30 cases of unusual blood disorders among 5 million recipients of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine. Sweden pauses use of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine. Two cases of a new variant of Covid-19 first identified in the Philippines recorded in the UK. Number of Covid-19 deaths passes 900,000 in Europe.
March 17th, 2021
NHS Trusts warned that supply issues will lead to a significant cut in the number of vaccines available from the end of March. Poland announces national lockdown as cases surge. Brazil records over 90,000 new Covid-19 cases in 24 hours, its highest 24 hour total to date.
March 18th, 2021
European Medicines Agency declares the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine safe to use, declaring that the benefits outweigh the risks. As a result, a number of European countries including Germany, Italy and France resume use of the vaccine. Ukrainian capital Kyiv to enter three-week lockdown from the 20th March.
March 19th, 2021
Covid-19 related deaths in Europe pass 1 million. British PM, Boris Johnson, receives his first dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine. Parisians criticised for fleeing Paris on packed trains to avoid new lockdown of the city.
March 20th, 2021
India reports the biggest surge in new infections in four months. European Commission President, Von der Leyen issues warning to AstraZeneca over reduced vaccine supply. British MPs urge home secretary to allow protests in England, despite lockdown.
March 21st, 2021
UK sets new record of 873,784 daily vaccinations. Turkey passes 30 million Covid-19 cases. South Africa sells one million AstraZeneca vaccines to the African Union. Irish PM, Micheal Martin warns that vaccine export ban would be ‘retrograde step’. Germany and Austria extend lockdown measures.
March 22nd, 2021
UK lights candles in remembrance of the lives lost on the anniversary of the first lockdown. Brazil reports a record number of 3,251 daily Covid-19 deaths. Norway tightens Covid-19 restrictions, including banning public serving of alcohol.
March 24th, 2021
Caribbean nations appeal to US President Joe Biden to share vaccines with the US’ ‘third border’. Brazil surpasses 300,000 deaths from Covid-19. Iceland tightens coronavirus restrictions, lowering cap on public gatherings from 50 to 10.
March 25th, 2021
Mexico’s Covid-19 death toll passes 200,000. Sweden to resume AstraZeneca vaccine rollout for over-65s. UK’s emergency Covid regulations extended for another six months.
March 26th, 2021
Czech government extends state of emergency to April 11th. European Medicines Agency approves two factories for production of Covid-19 vaccines. Germany issues travel warnings for a number of EU countries.
March 27th, 2021
NHS England passes 25 million first vaccine administrations. Facebook freezes the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s Facebook account for 30 days for promoting Covid-19 misinformation. Turkey records over 30,000 coronavirus cases for the first time this year.
March 28th, 2021
UK hits 30 million coronavirus vaccinations. Kosovo receives its first shipment of coronavirus vaccines via the Covax scheme. French resident Emmanuel Macron claims that France’s vaccination campaign will have caught up to the UK within a few weeks. Swedish officials say they will miss its target to vaccinate all adults by the 30th June due to delays to vaccine deliveries.
March 29th, 2021
US President Biden announces that 90% of adults will be eligible for Covid-19 vaccine by 19th April. France records its highest number of patients in intensive care since November s it fights a third coronavirus wave. A spokesperson for Prime Minister Boris Johnson declares that there are no surplus vaccines for the UK to share with other countries.
March 30th, 2021
Germany’s vaccine regulator advises against giving under 60s the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine. Turkey records over 37,000 Covid-19 cases in 24 hours, the highest figure since the start of the pandemic. Greece records 4340 coronavirus cases, it’s the highest tally since the start of the pandemic.
April 1st, 2021
German President receives the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine in an attempt to increase public confidence in the AstraZeneca vaccine. Data shows that 65,000 died of Covid-19 in Brazil in March, twice the previous highest monthly total. France bans drinking alcohol outdoors and closes schools as cases continue to rise.
How many people were killed in England 2022?
Number of police recorded homicide offences in England and Wales from 2002/03 to 2022/23
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What happened in january 2023 UK?
- 1 January – A visit by Thor the Walrus to Scarborough harbour, North Yorkshire overnight on New Year’s Eve results in the town’s New Year fireworks celebrations being cancelled to let the walrus rest for his journey to the Arctic, He was previously spotted at Pagham Harbour, Calshot, Hampshire in December 2022.
- 2 January
- Three people are killed by a fire at the New County Hotel in Perth, Scotland.
- Thor the Walrus makes an appearance in Blyth, Northumberland,
- 3 January – 40,000 railway workers who are members of the RMT union hold the first of two 48-hour strikes this week, severely disrupting train services in England, Scotland, and Wales,
- 4 January – The Crown Dependency of Jersey will issue Jersey Post stamps featuring the Royal cypher of King Charles III from 5 January.
- 5 January
- The government confirms it will not go ahead with a plan to privatise Channel 4,
- The Met Office confirms that 2022 was the UK’s warmest year since records began in 1884, with an average annual temperature above 10 °C (50 °F) for the first time.
- BioNTech announces a strategic partnership with the UK government to provide up to 10,000 patients with personalised mRNA cancer immunotherapies by 2030.
- 6 January – COVID-19 in the UK : Almost three million people were infected with COVID-19 over the Christmas period (the highest since July 2022), the latest Office for National Statistics data suggests, with one in 20 having the virus in England, one in 18 in Wales, one in 25 in Scotland and one in 16 in Northern Ireland. XBB.1.5, the new Omicron variant of the virus, is believed to be responsible for one in 200 infections in the UK.
- 8 January
- The Crown Dependency of the Isle of Man issues Post Office stamps featuring the Royal cypher of King Charles III,
- ITV1 broadcasts a 95-minute interview with Prince Harry ahead of the release of his memoirs, Spare,
- 10 January
- The UK government publishes the Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill 2023, designed to require public sector organisations to provide a minimum service when their unions vote to strike.
- Prince Harry ‘s controversial memoir Spare is released, becoming “the fastest selling non-fiction book of all time” on the date of its release.
- 11 January – Andrew Bridgen has the whip suspended by the Conservative Party after he spread misinformation about COVID-19 and compared vaccination to the Holocaust,
- 12 January – Heavy rain and strong winds cause floods and travel disruption in parts of the UK, with over 60 flood warnings issued in England, 19 in Wales and 2 in Scotland.
- 13 January
- Figures indicate the UK economy unexpectedly grew by 0.1% in November 2022, potentially avoiding a long recession.
- Medical experts criticise the BBC for an interview with Aseem Malhotra who claims that mRNA vaccines may have been responsible for thousands of excess deaths.
- Manchester City footballer Benjamin Mendy is cleared on six counts of rape and one count of sexual assault against four young women, but faces a retrial on two counts the jury could not reach verdicts on.
- COVID-19 in the UK : The latest Office for National Statistics data indicates COVID-19 cases were falling in England and Wales in the week up to 30 December 2022, with cases continuing to increase in Scotland; the picture was unclear for Northern Ireland. In England, an estimated 2,189,300 people were thought to have tested positive for COVID-19.
- 14 January
- Four women and two children are injured in a drive-by mass shooting close to a Catholic church in Euston Road, Euston, Central London, A 22-year-old man is arrested two days later on suspicion of attempted murder,
- Amid recent heavy rain, more than 100 flood warnings by the Environment Agency remain in place across the country, with hundreds of homes damaged and many left without power.
- Rishi Sunak confirms that the UK will send 14 Challenger 2 tanks to Ukraine to boost its war effort.
- 16 January
- Serving Metropolitan Police officer David Carrick admits over 40 offences including more than 20 rapes against 12 women over two decades.
- The National Education Union announces that teachers in England and Wales will strike on seven dates during February and March after members voted in favour of strike action. National strikes will be held on 1 and 15 February, and 15 March, as well as four days of regional strikes.
- The UK government announces it will block the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill, the first time that the UK government has used powers to block a Scottish law. UK ministers say the draft law would “conflict with equality protections applying across Great Britain”.
- The Royal College of Nursing announces a further two nurses’ strikes for 6 and 7 February, described as the biggest so far.
- MPs vote 309–249 in favour of the Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill 2023, which now moves to the committee stage,
- 18 January
- The ONS reports that inflation dropped for the second month running, to 10.5% in December, from 10.7% the previous month. At the two extremes of the ONS’s list of “notable movements” that contribute to the overall figure, ‘clothing and footwear’ price inflation dropped from 7.5% to 6.4%, ‘furniture and household goods’ dropped from 10.8% to 9.8%, ‘food and non-alcoholic beverages’ rose from 16.5% to 16.9%, and ‘restaurants and hotels’ rose from 10.2% to 11.4%.
- BBC News reports that Church of England bishops will not give their backing to a change in teaching that would allow them to marry same-sex couples, but the Church will offer “prayers of dedication, thanksgiving or God’s blessing” to gay couples.
- 19 January – Prime Minister Rishi Sunak apologises for taking his seat belt off in a moving car to film a social media clip. Lancashire Police later say they are “looking into” the incident. He is issued with a fixed-penalty notice the following day.
- 20 January
- The Church of England issues an apology for the “shameful” times it has “rejected or excluded” LGBTQ+ people, while Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby says he supports the changes that allow blessings to be offered to gay couples, but says he will not personally use them because he has a “responsibility to the whole communion”.
- The High Court awards £39m in damages against Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust in Surrey to a girl whose limbs were amputated after she was wrongly diagnosed.
- COVID-19 in the UK : ONS data for the week up to 10 January indicates that COVID-19 infections have continued to fall in England and Wales, with one in 40 people (an estimated 2.6% of the population) testing positive for the virus.
- 22 January – Labour’s chairwoman, Anneliese Dodds writes to Daniel Greenberg, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, requesting “an urgent investigation” into claims that Richard Sharp, the Chairman of the BBC, helped former Prime Minister Boris Johnson secure a loan guarantee weeks before Johnson recommended him for the BBC chairmanship.
- 23 January
- Prime Minister Rishi Sunak asks his Independent Adviser on Ministers’ Interests to investigate allegations that, during his time as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Conservative Party Chairman Nadhim Zahawi paid a penalty to HM Revenue and Customs in relation to previously unpaid tax.
- William Shawcross, the Commissioner for Public Appointments, begins a review into the process of hiring Chairman of the BBC Richard Sharp following allegations he helped then-PM Boris Johnson secure a loan guarantee shortly before his appointment. Johnson dismisses the claims, saying Sharp had no knowledge of his finances. Sharp says that although he contacted Cabinet Secretary Simon Case in December 2020 about the offer of a loan to Johnson, he was not involved in discussions.
- National Grid ‘s Demand Flexibility Service begins in an attempt to avoid a power blackout. Between 5:00pm and 6:00pm, people in England, Scotland and Wales who have signed up to the scheme are asked to use less electricity, and will be paid by their energy companies for doing so.
- Salisbury Crown Court in Wiltshire convicts Lawangeen Abdulrahimzai of a murder he committed in Bournemouth, Dorset, in 2022.
- 25 January
- The first ever strike by UK employees of Amazon is held.300 staff at a Coventry warehouse stage a one-day walk out, in a dispute over pay and conditions.
- Lawangeen Abdulrahimzai is sentenced to life imprisonment.
- 26 January – Nicola Sturgeon confirms that Isla Bryson, a trans woman recently convicted of raping two women before her transition, has been moved from Cornton Vale women’s prison to HMP Edinburgh men’s prison, sparking debate about the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill,
- 27 January
- Nicola Bulley disappears mysteriously whilst walking her dog beside the River Wyre,
- COVID-19 in the UK: Data released by the Office for National Statistics for the week ending 17 January indicate overall cases have continued to fall. In England, the estimated number of people testing positive for COVID-19 was 906,300 (roughly 1.62% of the population or 1 in 60 people).
- 28 January
- Airline Flybe cancels all flights to and from the UK after going into administration.
- Charity Super.Mkt, billed as the UK’s first multi-charity store and selling items supplied by ten charities, opens at London’s Brent Cross Shopping Centre,
- 29 January
- Conservative Party Chairman Nadhim Zahawi is sacked by Rishi Sunak over “a serious breach of the Ministerial Code” relating to the investigation into his tax affairs, conducted on 23 January.
- The Scottish Prison Service pauses the movement of all transgender prisoners while it carries out an “urgent review” into the transgender cases held in its custody.
- 30 January
- William Shawcross, the commissioner for public appointments, steps back from the planned investigation into how Richard Sharp got the job as BBC chairman because of previous contact between them. Another investigator will be appointed to take on the inquiry.
- Members of the Fire Brigades Union vote to take strike action over pay.
What worries the world august 2022?
Worry about inflation has risen for the 13 th consecutive month and it is the number one global concern in What Worries the World for the fifth month in a row. On average, almost four in ten (39%) say inflation is a top issue facing their country, up one point from last month.
What is one major problem in the world today?
The UN system plays a crucial role in coordinating assistance of all kinds — to help Africa help itself. From promoting the development of democratic institutions, to the establishment of peace between warring nations, the UN is present on the ground supporting economic and social development and the promotion and protection of human rights. The world’s population is ageing: virtually every country in the world is experiencing growth in the number and proportion of older persons in their population. The number of older persons, those aged 60 years or over, has increased substantially in recent years in most countries and regions, and that growth is projected to accelerate in the coming decades. New HIV infections have fallen by 35% since 2000 (by 58% among children) and AIDS-related deaths have fallen by 42% since the peak in 2004. The global response to HIV has averted 30 million new HIV infections and nearly 8 million AIDS-related deaths since 2000. The UN family has been in the vanguard of this progress. More than 30 countries worldwide are operating 444 nuclear reactors for electricity generation and 66 new nuclear plants are under construction. In 2014, 13 countries relied on nuclear energy to supply at least one-quarter of their total electricity. The volume of data in the world is increasing exponentially. New sources of data, new technologies, and new analytical approaches, if applied responsibly, can allow to better monitor progress toward achievement of the SDGs in a way that is both inclusive and fair. Rising Internet connectivity has the potential to transform children and young people’s lives for the better, but also makes them vulnerable to sexual abuse, cyberbullying, and other risks. The UN is actively working to protect children and youth online through various programmes and initiatives. Every child has the right to health, education and protection, and every society has a stake in expanding children’s opportunities in life. Yet, around the world, millions of children are denied a fair chance for no reason other than the country, gender or circumstances into which they are born. Climate change is one of the major challenges of our time. From shifting weather patterns that threaten food production, to rising sea levels that increase the risk of catastrophic flooding, the impacts of climate change are global in scope and unprecedented in scale. The wave of decolonization, which changed the face of the planet, was born with the UN and represents the world body’s first great success. As a result of decolonization many countries became independent and joined the UN. Democracy is a universally recognized ideal and is one of the core values and principles of the United Nations. Democracy provides an environment for the protection and effective realization of human rights. Since the birth of the United Nations, the goals of multilateral disarmament and arms limitation have been central to the Organization’s efforts to maintain international peace and security. While pre-pandemic global poverty rates had been cut by more than half since 2000, the COVID-19 pandemic could increase global poverty by as much as half a billion people, or 8% of the total human population. The world is not on track to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2, Zero Hunger by 2030. The food security and nutritional status of the most vulnerable population groups is likely to deteriorate further due to the health and socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Women and girls represent half of the world’s population and, therefore, also half of its potential. Gender equality, besides being a fundamental human right, is essential to achieve peaceful societies, with full human potential and sustainable development. The United Nations, since its inception, has been actively involved in promoting and protecting good health worldwide. Leading that effort within the UN system is the World Health Organization (WHO), whose constitution came into force on 7 April 1948. Promoting respect for human rights is a core purpose of the United Nations and defines its identity as an organization for people around the world. Member States have mandated the Secretary-General and the UN System to help them achieve the standards set out in the UN Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, The UN continues to promote justice and international law across its three pillars of work: international peace and security, economic and social progress and development, and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. Since the earliest times, humanity has been on the move. Today, more people than ever before live in a country other than the one in which they were born. Life itself arose from the oceans. The ocean is vast, some 72 per cent of the earth’s surface. Not only has the oceans always been a prime source of nourishment for the life it helped generate, but from earliest recorded history it has served for trade and commerce, adventure and discovery. Saving succeeding generations from the scourge of war was the main motivation for creating the United Nations, whose founders lived through the devastation of two world wars. In 1950, five years after the founding of the United Nations, world population was estimated at around 2.6 billion people. It reached 5 billion in 1987 and 6 in 1999. In October 2011, the global population was estimated to be 7 billion. There were 89.3 million people forcibly displaced world-wide at the end of 2021. Among those were 27.1 million refugees, half under the age of 18 (21.3 million refugees under UNHCR ‘s mandate, and 5.8 million Palestine refugees under UNRWA ‘s mandate). Fresh water sustains human life and is vital for human health. There is enough fresh water for everyone on Earth. However, due to bad economics or poor infrastructure, millions of people (most of them children) die from diseases associated with inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene. As youth are increasingly demanding more just, equitable and progressive opportunities and solutions in their societies, the need to address the multifaceted challenges faced by young people (such as access to education, health, employment and gender equality) have become more pressing than ever.
What will happen at 2050?
What will the world of 2050 be like? 2050 Future World World In 2050 – Friends, the year of 2050 is almost 30 years away from today and today every person present in the world wants to know how our future will be. But let me tell you that it is not possible for any human being to tell completely how our future will be.
- Although no one knows what is going to happen in the very next moment, but if the world is safe till 2050, then the calculations or predictions made by scientists can prove to be correct and in today’s video we will show you the science and experts.
- According to the prediction, only we will tell how our future can be.
Population Growth In 2050 – 2050 World Population By 2050, the world’s population will exceed at least 9 billion and by 2050 the population of India will exceed that of China. By 2050, about 75% of the world population will be living in cities. Then there will be buildings touching the sky and cities will be settled from the ground up.
- Roads will be built up to several floors.
- And to move around, the buildings will be connected to the skywalk.
- By 2050, due to the lack of greenery, concrete forests will be made in its place.
- At this time there will be such a shortage of land that many big buildings will be cultivated to meet the needs of food and drink.
According to a US report, the sea level will increase by 2050. Due to which many cities and islands situated on the shores of the sea will get absorbed in the water. By 2050, 50% of jobs will also be lost because robots will be doing most of the work at that time.
Medical Changes In 2050 – Medical Changes In 2050 What Will The World Of 2050 Be Like? World Ln 2050 | 2050 Future World 2050 Future World World In 2050 – Friends, the year of 2050 is almost 30 years away from today and today every person present in the world wants to know how our future will be. But let me tell you that it is not possible for any human being to tell completely how our future will be.
Although no one knows what is going to happen in the very next moment, but if the world is safe till 2050, then the calculations or predictions made by scientists can prove to be correct and in today’s video we will show you the science and experts. According to the prediction, only we will tell how our future can be.
Population Growth In 2050 – 2050 World Population By 2050, the world’s population will exceed at least 9 billion and by 2050 the population of India will exceed that of China. By 2050, about 75% of the world population will be living in cities. Then there will be buildings touching the sky and cities will be settled from the ground up.
Roads will be built up to several floors. And to move around, the buildings will be connected to the skywalk. By 2050, due to the lack of greenery, concrete forests will be made in its place. At this time there will be such a shortage of land that many big buildings will be cultivated to meet the needs of food and drink.
According to a US report, the sea level will increase by 2050. Due to which many cities and islands situated on the shores of the sea will get absorbed in the water. By 2050, 50% of jobs will also be lost because robots will be doing most of the work at that time. Medical Changes In 2050 – Medical Changes In 2050 Let us tell you that 2050 will be a challenge to death.
The human body may not be perfect, but the mind will certainly be safe. In the future, the human brain will be connected by a computer and saved on the hard disk, and its data can be used as a file at any time. Continuing developments in medicine will greatly reduce the mortality rate, and no one under 80 will die at that time.
And at the same time, due to technological development, many of today’s serious diseases like cancer will end. One vaccine will be enough for the treatment of all types of diseases and all the medical reports will come on the mobile itself. By sending it to the doctor, it will be possible to get the treatment of the disease sitting at home.
Modern Change In 2050 – 2050 Future Technology In the future, we will be using more technology devices than we are today, and supercomputers will be many times faster than today. By 2050, nanotechnology will make artificial brain. Through ‘Brain Computer Interface’, the computer will be connected to the brain, due to which we will be able to solve all those problems and ease, which is not possible to solve with the mind.
Till the future, the use of petrol as a fuel will stop. Instead, hydrogen will be used as a fuel. Apart from this, we will also be able to use many chemical elements as fuel, and research is being done on wind and solar energy as a never ending fuel. Flying Cars In Trend By 2050 – 2050 Flying Car Technology And there is also a possibility of flying cars coming in 2050.
They wouldn’t need an air surface to land the cars. All flying vehicles will be computer-controlled, and in the event of an accident, the computer system will control the vehicle before a collision occurs. Research on such cars is going on in Dubai. There is also a possibility of self-driving cars coming by 2050, many companies are engaged in the manufacture of self-driving cars.
These cars will generally rely on road sensors. Due to which the risk of accident will be greatly reduced. At present, self-driving metro trains are running in many developed countries. In this way, in future, self-driving car can make its place in some developed places and on developed roads. In 2050, such a technology will emerge, with the help of which there will be no need for fuel to travel thousands of kilo meters.
At that time all vehicles will run with magnetic waves. With the help of which your journey will be cheap and convenient. And the best part is that it will not cause any pollution. At that time, the holiday destinations would be Moon and Mars, not America or Singapore.
By that time such fuel will come, which will make it possible to go to other planets with less fuel. Along with this, such planets and satellites like Moon and Mars will be built where there will be many facilities along with having trees and plants. About this, NASA and many space agencies are working on it.2050 3D Print Technology By 2050, with 3D print technology, anything can be easily made by shaping it.
For this, the CAD file of that part will have to be extracted from the Internet by the computer and in a while that part will be ready with the 3D printer. Due to the more development of this technology in the future, the manufacture of many large objects and weapons will also become very easy.
In 2050, ‘Interactive Hologram TV’ will come, in which this hologram TV will appear in front of us at the press of a button of the mobile, and with this you will be able to feel 3D pictures as well as virtual reality. How will schools be in 2050 – 2050 Digital School At that time schools will be completely digital.
Children will not have heavy bags on their backs, but tablets or laptops in their hands, which will store all their study books, and at that time black boards will also be touch screens, so that the teacher can draw any diagram or picture. No need to use chalk.
- In the meantime, many agencies of the world are engaged in contacting aliens.
- It is estimated that by 2050 we will be able to find aliens and their planets.
- And even if a war-like situation arises in the future and a world war-like situation is created, even if the data is to be believed, then the whole world will not end.
Because in any major war, already powerful people of many countries will protect themselves before the war, and these survivors can keep humanity alive. So friends, how do you like the world by 2050, will the predictions made by the scientists in this post prove to be correct, definitely tell us through the comment.
What will happen in 2028?
Predicted and scheduled events May – The 2028 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled ; the location is typically determined by the previous year’s winner. May 8 – The 2028 Philippines presidential election will be held. July 14 – July 30 – The 2028 Summer Olympics will be held in Los Angeles, California, US.
What will happen in 2032?
Forecast In 2032, a number of technology breakthroughs and trends will become available to the public, for example:
The first fully electric commercial airliners go into service for shorter domestic flights inside the US and within Europe between 2029 to 2032. (Likelihood 90%) 1 Electronic paper sees widespread use 1 World sales of electric vehicles reaches 14,486,667 1 Predicted global mobile web traffic equals 300 exabytes 1 Global Internet traffic grows to 860 exabytes 1
How many total days are there in 2023?
This page lists all days in 2023 with day and week numbers. The year 2023 has 365 days. Today ( day 257, Thursday, September 14th) is highlighted. ‘Percent of year’ shows the percentage the year is complete at midnight (start of the day). Week number according to ISO-8601. « day numbers for 2022 | day numbers for 2024 »
|Date||Day num ber||Days re maining||Days from today (Thursday 14th)||Week num ber||% of year|
|January 1, 2023 (Sun)||Day 1||364||-256||Week 52, 2022||0.00 %|
|January 2, 2023 (Mon)||Day 2||363||-255||Week 1||0.27 %|
|January 3, 2023 (Tue)||Day 3||362||-254||Week 1||0.55 %|
|January 4, 2023 (Wed)||Day 4||361||-253||Week 1||0.82 %|
|January 5, 2023 (Thu)||Day 5||360||-252||Week 1||1.10 %|
|January 6, 2023 (Fri)||Day 6||359||-251||Week 1||1.37 %|
|January 7, 2023 (Sat)||Day 7||358||-250||Week 1||1.64 %|
|January 8, 2023 (Sun)||Day 8||357||-249||Week 1||1.92 %|
|January 9, 2023 (Mon)||Day 9||356||-248||Week 2||2.19 %|
|January 10, 2023 (Tue)||Day 10||355||-247||Week 2||2.47 %|
|January 11, 2023 (Wed)||Day 11||354||-246||Week 2||2.74 %|
|January 12, 2023 (Thu)||Day 12||353||-245||Week 2||3.01 %|
|January 13, 2023 (Fri)||Day 13||352||-244||Week 2||3.29 %|
|January 14, 2023 (Sat)||Day 14||351||-243||Week 2||3.56 %|
|January 15, 2023 (Sun)||Day 15||350||-242||Week 2||3.84 %|
|January 16, 2023 (Mon)||Day 16||349||-241||Week 3||4.11 %|
|January 17, 2023 (Tue)||Day 17||348||-240||Week 3||4.38 %|
|January 18, 2023 (Wed)||Day 18||347||-239||Week 3||4.66 %|
|January 19, 2023 (Thu)||Day 19||346||-238||Week 3||4.93 %|
|January 20, 2023 (Fri)||Day 20||345||-237||Week 3||5.21 %|
|January 21, 2023 (Sat)||Day 21||344||-236||Week 3||5.48 %|
|January 22, 2023 (Sun)||Day 22||343||-235||Week 3||5.75 %|
|January 23, 2023 (Mon)||Day 23||342||-234||Week 4||6.03 %|
|January 24, 2023 (Tue)||Day 24||341||-233||Week 4||6.30 %|
|January 25, 2023 (Wed)||Day 25||340||-232||Week 4||6.58 %|
|January 26, 2023 (Thu)||Day 26||339||-231||Week 4||6.85 %|
|January 27, 2023 (Fri)||Day 27||338||-230||Week 4||7.12 %|
|January 28, 2023 (Sat)||Day 28||337||-229||Week 4||7.40 %|
|January 29, 2023 (Sun)||Day 29||336||-228||Week 4||7.67 %|
|January 30, 2023 (Mon)||Day 30||335||-227||Week 5||7.95 %|
|January 31, 2023 (Tue)||Day 31||334||-226||Week 5||8.22 %|
|February 1, 2023 (Wed)||Day 32||333||-225||Week 5||8.49 %|
|February 2, 2023 (Thu)||Day 33||332||-224||Week 5||8.77 %|
|February 3, 2023 (Fri)||Day 34||331||-223||Week 5||9.04 %|
|February 4, 2023 (Sat)||Day 35||330||-222||Week 5||9.32 %|
|February 5, 2023 (Sun)||Day 36||329||-221||Week 5||9.59 %|
|February 6, 2023 (Mon)||Day 37||328||-220||Week 6||9.86 %|
|February 7, 2023 (Tue)||Day 38||327||-219||Week 6||10.14 %|
|February 8, 2023 (Wed)||Day 39||326||-218||Week 6||10.41 %|
|February 9, 2023 (Thu)||Day 40||325||-217||Week 6||10.68 %|
|February 10, 2023 (Fri)||Day 41||324||-216||Week 6||10.96 %|
|February 11, 2023 (Sat)||Day 42||323||-215||Week 6||11.23 %|
|February 12, 2023 (Sun)||Day 43||322||-214||Week 6||11.51 %|
|February 13, 2023 (Mon)||Day 44||321||-213||Week 7||11.78 %|
|February 14, 2023 (Tue)||Day 45||320||-212||Week 7||12.05 %|
|February 15, 2023 (Wed)||Day 46||319||-211||Week 7||12.33 %|
|February 16, 2023 (Thu)||Day 47||318||-210||Week 7||12.60 %|
|February 17, 2023 (Fri)||Day 48||317||-209||Week 7||12.88 %|
|February 18, 2023 (Sat)||Day 49||316||-208||Week 7||13.15 %|
|February 19, 2023 (Sun)||Day 50||315||-207||Week 7||13.42 %|
|February 20, 2023 (Mon)||Day 51||314||-206||Week 8||13.70 %|
|February 21, 2023 (Tue)||Day 52||313||-205||Week 8||13.97 %|
|February 22, 2023 (Wed)||Day 53||312||-204||Week 8||14.25 %|
|February 23, 2023 (Thu)||Day 54||311||-203||Week 8||14.52 %|
|February 24, 2023 (Fri)||Day 55||310||-202||Week 8||14.79 %|
|February 25, 2023 (Sat)||Day 56||309||-201||Week 8||15.07 %|
|February 26, 2023 (Sun)||Day 57||308||-200||Week 8||15.34 %|
|February 27, 2023 (Mon)||Day 58||307||-199||Week 9||15.62 %|
|February 28, 2023 (Tue)||Day 59||306||-198||Week 9||15.89 %|
|March 1, 2023 (Wed)||Day 60||305||-197||Week 9||16.16 %|
|March 2, 2023 (Thu)||Day 61||304||-196||Week 9||16.44 %|
|March 3, 2023 (Fri)||Day 62||303||-195||Week 9||16.71 %|
|March 4, 2023 (Sat)||Day 63||302||-194||Week 9||16.99 %|
|March 5, 2023 (Sun)||Day 64||301||-193||Week 9||17.26 %|
|March 6, 2023 (Mon)||Day 65||300||-192||Week 10||17.53 %|
|March 7, 2023 (Tue)||Day 66||299||-191||Week 10||17.81 %|
|March 8, 2023 (Wed)||Day 67||298||-190||Week 10||18.08 %|
|March 9, 2023 (Thu)||Day 68||297||-189||Week 10||18.36 %|
|March 10, 2023 (Fri)||Day 69||296||-188||Week 10||18.63 %|
|March 11, 2023 (Sat)||Day 70||295||-187||Week 10||18.90 %|
|March 12, 2023 (Sun)||Day 71||294||-186||Week 10||19.18 %|
|March 13, 2023 (Mon)||Day 72||293||-185||Week 11||19.45 %|
|March 14, 2023 (Tue)||Day 73||292||-184||Week 11||19.73 %|
|March 15, 2023 (Wed)||Day 74||291||-183||Week 11||20.00 %|
|March 16, 2023 (Thu)||Day 75||290||-182||Week 11||20.27 %|
|March 17, 2023 (Fri)||Day 76||289||-181||Week 11||20.55 %|
|March 18, 2023 (Sat)||Day 77||288||-180||Week 11||20.82 %|
|March 19, 2023 (Sun)||Day 78||287||-179||Week 11||21.10 %|
|March 20, 2023 (Mon)||Day 79||286||-178||Week 12||21.37 %|
|March 21, 2023 (Tue)||Day 80||285||-177||Week 12||21.64 %|
|March 22, 2023 (Wed)||Day 81||284||-176||Week 12||21.92 %|
|March 23, 2023 (Thu)||Day 82||283||-175||Week 12||22.19 %|
|March 24, 2023 (Fri)||Day 83||282||-174||Week 12||22.47 %|
|March 25, 2023 (Sat)||Day 84||281||-173||Week 12||22.74 %|
|March 26, 2023 (Sun)||Day 85||280||-172||Week 12||23.01 %|
|March 27, 2023 (Mon)||Day 86||279||-171||Week 13||23.29 %|
|March 28, 2023 (Tue)||Day 87||278||-170||Week 13||23.56 %|
|March 29, 2023 (Wed)||Day 88||277||-169||Week 13||23.84 %|
|March 30, 2023 (Thu)||Day 89||276||-168||Week 13||24.11 %|
|March 31, 2023 (Fri)||Day 90||275||-167||Week 13||24.38 %|
|April 1, 2023 (Sat)||Day 91||274||-166||Week 13||24.66 %|
|April 2, 2023 (Sun)||Day 92||273||-165||Week 13||24.93 %|
|April 3, 2023 (Mon)||Day 93||272||-164||Week 14||25.21 %|
|April 4, 2023 (Tue)||Day 94||271||-163||Week 14||25.48 %|
|April 5, 2023 (Wed)||Day 95||270||-162||Week 14||25.75 %|
|April 6, 2023 (Thu)||Day 96||269||-161||Week 14||26.03 %|
|April 7, 2023 (Fri)||Day 97||268||-160||Week 14||26.30 %|
|April 8, 2023 (Sat)||Day 98||267||-159||Week 14||26.58 %|
|April 9, 2023 (Sun)||Day 99||266||-158||Week 14||26.85 %|
|April 10, 2023 (Mon)||Day 100||265||-157||Week 15||27.12 %|
|April 11, 2023 (Tue)||Day 101||264||-156||Week 15||27.40 %|
|April 12, 2023 (Wed)||Day 102||263||-155||Week 15||27.67 %|
|April 13, 2023 (Thu)||Day 103||262||-154||Week 15||27.95 %|
|April 14, 2023 (Fri)||Day 104||261||-153||Week 15||28.22 %|
|April 15, 2023 (Sat)||Day 105||260||-152||Week 15||28.49 %|
|April 16, 2023 (Sun)||Day 106||259||-151||Week 15||28.77 %|
|April 17, 2023 (Mon)||Day 107||258||-150||Week 16||29.04 %|
|April 18, 2023 (Tue)||Day 108||257||-149||Week 16||29.32 %|
|April 19, 2023 (Wed)||Day 109||256||-148||Week 16||29.59 %|
|April 20, 2023 (Thu)||Day 110||255||-147||Week 16||29.86 %|
|April 21, 2023 (Fri)||Day 111||254||-146||Week 16||30.14 %|
|April 22, 2023 (Sat)||Day 112||253||-145||Week 16||30.41 %|
|April 23, 2023 (Sun)||Day 113||252||-144||Week 16||30.68 %|
|April 24, 2023 (Mon)||Day 114||251||-143||Week 17||30.96 %|
|April 25, 2023 (Tue)||Day 115||250||-142||Week 17||31.23 %|
|April 26, 2023 (Wed)||Day 116||249||-141||Week 17||31.51 %|
|April 27, 2023 (Thu)||Day 117||248||-140||Week 17||31.78 %|
|April 28, 2023 (Fri)||Day 118||247||-139||Week 17||32.05 %|
|April 29, 2023 (Sat)||Day 119||246||-138||Week 17||32.33 %|
|April 30, 2023 (Sun)||Day 120||245||-137||Week 17||32.60 %|
|May 1, 2023 (Mon)||Day 121||244||-136||Week 18||32.88 %|
|May 2, 2023 (Tue)||Day 122||243||-135||Week 18||33.15 %|
|May 3, 2023 (Wed)||Day 123||242||-134||Week 18||33.42 %|
|May 4, 2023 (Thu)||Day 124||241||-133||Week 18||33.70 %|
|May 5, 2023 (Fri)||Day 125||240||-132||Week 18||33.97 %|
|May 6, 2023 (Sat)||Day 126||239||-131||Week 18||34.25 %|
|May 7, 2023 (Sun)||Day 127||238||-130||Week 18||34.52 %|
|May 8, 2023 (Mon)||Day 128||237||-129||Week 19||34.79 %|
|May 9, 2023 (Tue)||Day 129||236||-128||Week 19||35.07 %|
|May 10, 2023 (Wed)||Day 130||235||-127||Week 19||35.34 %|
|May 11, 2023 (Thu)||Day 131||234||-126||Week 19||35.62 %|
|May 12, 2023 (Fri)||Day 132||233||-125||Week 19||35.89 %|
|May 13, 2023 (Sat)||Day 133||232||-124||Week 19||36.16 %|
|May 14, 2023 (Sun)||Day 134||231||-123||Week 19||36.44 %|
|May 15, 2023 (Mon)||Day 135||230||-122||Week 20||36.71 %|
|May 16, 2023 (Tue)||Day 136||229||-121||Week 20||36.99 %|
|May 17, 2023 (Wed)||Day 137||228||-120||Week 20||37.26 %|
|May 18, 2023 (Thu)||Day 138||227||-119||Week 20||37.53 %|
|May 19, 2023 (Fri)||Day 139||226||-118||Week 20||37.81 %|
|May 20, 2023 (Sat)||Day 140||225||-117||Week 20||38.08 %|
|May 21, 2023 (Sun)||Day 141||224||-116||Week 20||38.36 %|
|May 22, 2023 (Mon)||Day 142||223||-115||Week 21||38.63 %|
|May 23, 2023 (Tue)||Day 143||222||-114||Week 21||38.90 %|
|May 24, 2023 (Wed)||Day 144||221||-113||Week 21||39.18 %|
|May 25, 2023 (Thu)||Day 145||220||-112||Week 21||39.45 %|
|May 26, 2023 (Fri)||Day 146||219||-111||Week 21||39.73 %|
|May 27, 2023 (Sat)||Day 147||218||-110||Week 21||40.00 %|
|May 28, 2023 (Sun)||Day 148||217||-109||Week 21||40.27 %|
|May 29, 2023 (Mon)||Day 149||216||-108||Week 22||40.55 %|
|May 30, 2023 (Tue)||Day 150||215||-107||Week 22||40.82 %|
|May 31, 2023 (Wed)||Day 151||214||-106||Week 22||41.10 %|
|June 1, 2023 (Thu)||Day 152||213||-105||Week 22||41.37 %|
|June 2, 2023 (Fri)||Day 153||212||-104||Week 22||41.64 %|
|June 3, 2023 (Sat)||Day 154||211||-103||Week 22||41.92 %|
|June 4, 2023 (Sun)||Day 155||210||-102||Week 22||42.19 %|
|June 5, 2023 (Mon)||Day 156||209||-101||Week 23||42.47 %|
|June 6, 2023 (Tue)||Day 157||208||-100||Week 23||42.74 %|
|June 7, 2023 (Wed)||Day 158||207||-99||Week 23||43.01 %|
|June 8, 2023 (Thu)||Day 159||206||-98||Week 23||43.29 %|
|June 9, 2023 (Fri)||Day 160||205||-97||Week 23||43.56 %|
|June 10, 2023 (Sat)||Day 161||204||-96||Week 23||43.84 %|
|June 11, 2023 (Sun)||Day 162||203||-95||Week 23||44.11 %|
|June 12, 2023 (Mon)||Day 163||202||-94||Week 24||44.38 %|
|June 13, 2023 (Tue)||Day 164||201||-93||Week 24||44.66 %|
|June 14, 2023 (Wed)||Day 165||200||-92||Week 24||44.93 %|
|June 15, 2023 (Thu)||Day 166||199||-91||Week 24||45.21 %|
|June 16, 2023 (Fri)||Day 167||198||-90||Week 24||45.48 %|
|June 17, 2023 (Sat)||Day 168||197||-89||Week 24||45.75 %|
|June 18, 2023 (Sun)||Day 169||196||-88||Week 24||46.03 %|
|June 19, 2023 (Mon)||Day 170||195||-87||Week 25||46.30 %|
|June 20, 2023 (Tue)||Day 171||194||-86||Week 25||46.58 %|
|June 21, 2023 (Wed)||Day 172||193||-85||Week 25||46.85 %|
|June 22, 2023 (Thu)||Day 173||192||-84||Week 25||47.12 %|
|June 23, 2023 (Fri)||Day 174||191||-83||Week 25||47.40 %|
|June 24, 2023 (Sat)||Day 175||190||-82||Week 25||47.67 %|
|June 25, 2023 (Sun)||Day 176||189||-81||Week 25||47.95 %|
|June 26, 2023 (Mon)||Day 177||188||-80||Week 26||48.22 %|
|June 27, 2023 (Tue)||Day 178||187||-79||Week 26||48.49 %|
|June 28, 2023 (Wed)||Day 179||186||-78||Week 26||48.77 %|
|June 29, 2023 (Thu)||Day 180||185||-77||Week 26||49.04 %|
|June 30, 2023 (Fri)||Day 181||184||-76||Week 26||49.32 %|
|July 1, 2023 (Sat)||Day 182||183||-75||Week 26||49.59 %|
|July 2, 2023 (Sun)||Day 183||182||-74||Week 26||49.86 %|
|July 3, 2023 (Mon)||Day 184||181||-73||Week 27||50.14 %|
|July 4, 2023 (Tue)||Day 185||180||-72||Week 27||50.41 %|
|July 5, 2023 (Wed)||Day 186||179||-71||Week 27||50.68 %|
|July 6, 2023 (Thu)||Day 187||178||-70||Week 27||50.96 %|
|July 7, 2023 (Fri)||Day 188||177||-69||Week 27||51.23 %|
|July 8, 2023 (Sat)||Day 189||176||-68||Week 27||51.51 %|
|July 9, 2023 (Sun)||Day 190||175||-67||Week 27||51.78 %|
|July 10, 2023 (Mon)||Day 191||174||-66||Week 28||52.05 %|
|July 11, 2023 (Tue)||Day 192||173||-65||Week 28||52.33 %|
|July 12, 2023 (Wed)||Day 193||172||-64||Week 28||52.60 %|
|July 13, 2023 (Thu)||Day 194||171||-63||Week 28||52.88 %|
|July 14, 2023 (Fri)||Day 195||170||-62||Week 28||53.15 %|
|July 15, 2023 (Sat)||Day 196||169||-61||Week 28||53.42 %|
|July 16, 2023 (Sun)||Day 197||168||-60||Week 28||53.70 %|
|July 17, 2023 (Mon)||Day 198||167||-59||Week 29||53.97 %|
|July 18, 2023 (Tue)||Day 199||166||-58||Week 29||54.25 %|
|July 19, 2023 (Wed)||Day 200||165||-57||Week 29||54.52 %|
|July 20, 2023 (Thu)||Day 201||164||-56||Week 29||54.79 %|
|July 21, 2023 (Fri)||Day 202||163||-55||Week 29||55.07 %|
|July 22, 2023 (Sat)||Day 203||162||-54||Week 29||55.34 %|
|July 23, 2023 (Sun)||Day 204||161||-53||Week 29||55.62 %|
|July 24, 2023 (Mon)||Day 205||160||-52||Week 30||55.89 %|
|July 25, 2023 (Tue)||Day 206||159||-51||Week 30||56.16 %|
|July 26, 2023 (Wed)||Day 207||158||-50||Week 30||56.44 %|
|July 27, 2023 (Thu)||Day 208||157||-49||Week 30||56.71 %|
|July 28, 2023 (Fri)||Day 209||156||-48||Week 30||56.99 %|
|July 29, 2023 (Sat)||Day 210||155||-47||Week 30||57.26 %|
|July 30, 2023 (Sun)||Day 211||154||-46||Week 30||57.53 %|
|July 31, 2023 (Mon)||Day 212||153||-45||Week 31||57.81 %|
|August 1, 2023 (Tue)||Day 213||152||-44||Week 31||58.08 %|
|August 2, 2023 (Wed)||Day 214||151||-43||Week 31||58.36 %|
|August 3, 2023 (Thu)||Day 215||150||-42||Week 31||58.63 %|
|August 4, 2023 (Fri)||Day 216||149||-41||Week 31||58.90 %|
|August 5, 2023 (Sat)||Day 217||148||-40||Week 31||59.18 %|
|August 6, 2023 (Sun)||Day 218||147||-39||Week 31||59.45 %|
|August 7, 2023 (Mon)||Day 219||146||-38||Week 32||59.73 %|
|August 8, 2023 (Tue)||Day 220||145||-37||Week 32||60.00 %|
|August 9, 2023 (Wed)||Day 221||144||-36||Week 32||60.27 %|
|August 10, 2023 (Thu)||Day 222||143||-35||Week 32||60.55 %|
|August 11, 2023 (Fri)||Day 223||142||-34||Week 32||60.82 %|
|August 12, 2023 (Sat)||Day 224||141||-33||Week 32||61.10 %|
|August 13, 2023 (Sun)||Day 225||140||-32||Week 32||61.37 %|
|August 14, 2023 (Mon)||Day 226||139||-31||Week 33||61.64 %|
|August 15, 2023 (Tue)||Day 227||138||-30||Week 33||61.92 %|
|August 16, 2023 (Wed)||Day 228||137||-29||Week 33||62.19 %|
|August 17, 2023 (Thu)||Day 229||136||-28||Week 33||62.47 %|
|August 18, 2023 (Fri)||Day 230||135||-27||Week 33||62.74 %|
|August 19, 2023 (Sat)||Day 231||134||-26||Week 33||63.01 %|
|August 20, 2023 (Sun)||Day 232||133||-25||Week 33||63.29 %|
|August 21, 2023 (Mon)||Day 233||132||-24||Week 34||63.56 %|
|August 22, 2023 (Tue)||Day 234||131||-23||Week 34||63.84 %|
|August 23, 2023 (Wed)||Day 235||130||-22||Week 34||64.11 %|
|August 24, 2023 (Thu)||Day 236||129||-21||Week 34||64.38 %|
|August 25, 2023 (Fri)||Day 237||128||-20||Week 34||64.66 %|
|August 26, 2023 (Sat)||Day 238||127||-19||Week 34||64.93 %|
|August 27, 2023 (Sun)||Day 239||126||-18||Week 34||65.21 %|
|August 28, 2023 (Mon)||Day 240||125||-17||Week 35||65.48 %|
|August 29, 2023 (Tue)||Day 241||124||-16||Week 35||65.75 %|
|August 30, 2023 (Wed)||Day 242||123||-15||Week 35||66.03 %|
|August 31, 2023 (Thu)||Day 243||122||-14||Week 35||66.30 %|
|September 1, 2023 (Fri)||Day 244||121||-13||Week 35||66.58 %|
|September 2, 2023 (Sat)||Day 245||120||-12||Week 35||66.85 %|
|September 3, 2023 (Sun)||Day 246||119||-11||Week 35||67.12 %|
|September 4, 2023 (Mon)||Day 247||118||-10||Week 36||67.40 %|
|September 5, 2023 (Tue)||Day 248||117||-9||Week 36||67.67 %|
|September 6, 2023 (Wed)||Day 249||116||-8||Week 36||67.95 %|
|September 7, 2023 (Thu)||Day 250||115||-7||Week 36||68.22 %|
|September 8, 2023 (Fri)||Day 251||114||-6||Week 36||68.49 %|
|September 9, 2023 (Sat)||Day 252||113||-5||Week 36||68.77 %|
|September 10, 2023 (Sun)||Day 253||112||-4||Week 36||69.04 %|
|September 11, 2023 (Mon)||Day 254||111||-3||Week 37||69.32 %|
|September 12, 2023 (Tue)||Day 255||110||-2||Week 37||69.59 %|
|September 13, 2023 (Wed)||Day 256||109||-1||Week 37||69.86 %|
|September 14, 2023 (Thu)||Day 257||108||Week 37||70.14 %|
|September 15, 2023 (Fri)||Day 258||107||1||Week 37||70.41 %|
|September 16, 2023 (Sat)||Day 259||106||2||Week 37||70.68 %|
|September 17, 2023 (Sun)||Day 260||105||3||Week 37||70.96 %|
|September 18, 2023 (Mon)||Day 261||104||4||Week 38||71.23 %|
|September 19, 2023 (Tue)||Day 262||103||5||Week 38||71.51 %|
|September 20, 2023 (Wed)||Day 263||102||6||Week 38||71.78 %|
|September 21, 2023 (Thu)||Day 264||101||7||Week 38||72.05 %|
|September 22, 2023 (Fri)||Day 265||100||8||Week 38||72.33 %|
|September 23, 2023 (Sat)||Day 266||99||9||Week 38||72.60 %|
|September 24, 2023 (Sun)||Day 267||98||10||Week 38||72.88 %|
|September 25, 2023 (Mon)||Day 268||97||11||Week 39||73.15 %|
|September 26, 2023 (Tue)||Day 269||96||12||Week 39||73.42 %|
|September 27, 2023 (Wed)||Day 270||95||13||Week 39||73.70 %|
|September 28, 2023 (Thu)||Day 271||94||14||Week 39||73.97 %|
|September 29, 2023 (Fri)||Day 272||93||15||Week 39||74.25 %|
|September 30, 2023 (Sat)||Day 273||92||16||Week 39||74.52 %|
|October 1, 2023 (Sun)||Day 274||91||17||Week 39||74.79 %|
|October 2, 2023 (Mon)||Day 275||90||18||Week 40||75.07 %|
|October 3, 2023 (Tue)||Day 276||89||19||Week 40||75.34 %|
|October 4, 2023 (Wed)||Day 277||88||20||Week 40||75.62 %|
|October 5, 2023 (Thu)||Day 278||87||21||Week 40||75.89 %|
|October 6, 2023 (Fri)||Day 279||86||22||Week 40||76.16 %|
|October 7, 2023 (Sat)||Day 280||85||23||Week 40||76.44 %|
|October 8, 2023 (Sun)||Day 281||84||24||Week 40||76.71 %|
|October 9, 2023 (Mon)||Day 282||83||25||Week 41||76.99 %|
|October 10, 2023 (Tue)||Day 283||82||26||Week 41||77.26 %|
|October 11, 2023 (Wed)||Day 284||81||27||Week 41||77.53 %|
|October 12, 2023 (Thu)||Day 285||80||28||Week 41||77.81 %|
|October 13, 2023 (Fri)||Day 286||79||29||Week 41||78.08 %|
|October 14, 2023 (Sat)||Day 287||78||30||Week 41||78.36 %|
|October 15, 2023 (Sun)||Day 288||77||31||Week 41||78.63 %|
|October 16, 2023 (Mon)||Day 289||76||32||Week 42||78.90 %|
|October 17, 2023 (Tue)||Day 290||75||33||Week 42||79.18 %|
|October 18, 2023 (Wed)||Day 291||74||34||Week 42||79.45 %|
|October 19, 2023 (Thu)||Day 292||73||35||Week 42||79.73 %|
|October 20, 2023 (Fri)||Day 293||72||36||Week 42||80.00 %|
|October 21, 2023 (Sat)||Day 294||71||37||Week 42||80.27 %|
|October 22, 2023 (Sun)||Day 295||70||38||Week 42||80.55 %|
|October 23, 2023 (Mon)||Day 296||69||39||Week 43||80.82 %|
|October 24, 2023 (Tue)||Day 297||68||40||Week 43||81.10 %|
|October 25, 2023 (Wed)||Day 298||67||41||Week 43||81.37 %|
|October 26, 2023 (Thu)||Day 299||66||42||Week 43||81.64 %|
|October 27, 2023 (Fri)||Day 300||65||43||Week 43||81.92 %|
|October 28, 2023 (Sat)||Day 301||64||44||Week 43||82.19 %|
|October 29, 2023 (Sun)||Day 302||63||45||Week 43||82.47 %|
|October 30, 2023 (Mon)||Day 303||62||46||Week 44||82.74 %|
|October 31, 2023 (Tue)||Day 304||61||47||Week 44||83.01 %|
|November 1, 2023 (Wed)||Day 305||60||48||Week 44||83.29 %|
|November 2, 2023 (Thu)||Day 306||59||49||Week 44||83.56 %|
|November 3, 2023 (Fri)||Day 307||58||50||Week 44||83.84 %|
|November 4, 2023 (Sat)||Day 308||57||51||Week 44||84.11 %|
|November 5, 2023 (Sun)||Day 309||56||52||Week 44||84.38 %|
|November 6, 2023 (Mon)||Day 310||55||53||Week 45||84.66 %|
|November 7, 2023 (Tue)||Day 311||54||54||Week 45||84.93 %|
|November 8, 2023 (Wed)||Day 312||53||55||Week 45||85.21 %|
|November 9, 2023 (Thu)||Day 313||52||56||Week 45||85.48 %|
|November 10, 2023 (Fri)||Day 314||51||57||Week 45||85.75 %|
|November 11, 2023 (Sat)||Day 315||50||58||Week 45||86.03 %|
|November 12, 2023 (Sun)||Day 316||49||59||Week 45||86.30 %|
|November 13, 2023 (Mon)||Day 317||48||60||Week 46||86.58 %|
|November 14, 2023 (Tue)||Day 318||47||61||Week 46||86.85 %|
|November 15, 2023 (Wed)||Day 319||46||62||Week 46||87.12 %|
|November 16, 2023 (Thu)||Day 320||45||63||Week 46||87.40 %|
|November 17, 2023 (Fri)||Day 321||44||64||Week 46||87.67 %|
|November 18, 2023 (Sat)||Day 322||43||65||Week 46||87.95 %|
|November 19, 2023 (Sun)||Day 323||42||66||Week 46||88.22 %|
|November 20, 2023 (Mon)||Day 324||41||67||Week 47||88.49 %|
|November 21, 2023 (Tue)||Day 325||40||68||Week 47||88.77 %|
|November 22, 2023 (Wed)||Day 326||39||69||Week 47||89.04 %|
|November 23, 2023 (Thu)||Day 327||38||70||Week 47||89.32 %|
|November 24, 2023 (Fri)||Day 328||37||71||Week 47||89.59 %|
|November 25, 2023 (Sat)||Day 329||36||72||Week 47||89.86 %|
|November 26, 2023 (Sun)||Day 330||35||73||Week 47||90.14 %|
|November 27, 2023 (Mon)||Day 331||34||74||Week 48||90.41 %|
|November 28, 2023 (Tue)||Day 332||33||75||Week 48||90.68 %|
|November 29, 2023 (Wed)||Day 333||32||76||Week 48||90.96 %|
|November 30, 2023 (Thu)||Day 334||31||77||Week 48||91.23 %|
|December 1, 2023 (Fri)||Day 335||30||78||Week 48||91.51 %|
|December 2, 2023 (Sat)||Day 336||29||79||Week 48||91.78 %|
|December 3, 2023 (Sun)||Day 337||28||80||Week 48||92.05 %|
|December 4, 2023 (Mon)||Day 338||27||81||Week 49||92.33 %|
|December 5, 2023 (Tue)||Day 339||26||82||Week 49||92.60 %|
|December 6, 2023 (Wed)||Day 340||25||83||Week 49||92.88 %|
|December 7, 2023 (Thu)||Day 341||24||84||Week 49||93.15 %|
|December 8, 2023 (Fri)||Day 342||23||85||Week 49||93.42 %|
|December 9, 2023 (Sat)||Day 343||22||86||Week 49||93.70 %|
|December 10, 2023 (Sun)||Day 344||21||87||Week 49||93.97 %|
|December 11, 2023 (Mon)||Day 345||20||88||Week 50||94.25 %|
|December 12, 2023 (Tue)||Day 346||19||89||Week 50||94.52 %|
|December 13, 2023 (Wed)||Day 347||18||90||Week 50||94.79 %|
|December 14, 2023 (Thu)||Day 348||17||91||Week 50||95.07 %|
|December 15, 2023 (Fri)||Day 349||16||92||Week 50||95.34 %|
|December 16, 2023 (Sat)||Day 350||15||93||Week 50||95.62 %|
|December 17, 2023 (Sun)||Day 351||14||94||Week 50||95.89 %|
|December 18, 2023 (Mon)||Day 352||13||95||Week 51||96.16 %|
|December 19, 2023 (Tue)||Day 353||12||96||Week 51||96.44 %|
|December 20, 2023 (Wed)||Day 354||11||97||Week 51||96.71 %|
|December 21, 2023 (Thu)||Day 355||10||98||Week 51||96.99 %|
|December 22, 2023 (Fri)||Day 356||9||99||Week 51||97.26 %|
|December 23, 2023 (Sat)||Day 357||8||100||Week 51||97.53 %|
|December 24, 2023 (Sun)||Day 358||7||101||Week 51||97.81 %|
|December 25, 2023 (Mon)||Day 359||6||102||Week 52||98.08 %|
|December 26, 2023 (Tue)||Day 360||5||103||Week 52||98.36 %|
|December 27, 2023 (Wed)||Day 361||4||104||Week 52||98.63 %|
|December 28, 2023 (Thu)||Day 362||3||105||Week 52||98.90 %|
|December 29, 2023 (Fri)||Day 363||2||106||Week 52||99.18 %|
|December 30, 2023 (Sat)||Day 364||1||107||Week 52||99.45 %|
|December 31, 2023 (Sun)||Day 365||108||Week 52||99.73 %|
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What day out of 365 is it?
How many days in the year? – This year has 365 days. Today is Sep 14, 2023 and current day number is 257. †This is a list of the days of the year with the day number, the days remaining, the days from today, and the week number.