Coronavirus زندگی می کنند به روز رسانی: سنگاپور گزارش ثبت 447 موارد جدید, جهانی, عفونت های بالای 2 میلیون

این است CNBC وبلاگ زندگی می کنند پوشش تمام آخرین اخبار در مورد شیوع کروناویروس. این وبلاگ به روز خواهد شد در طول روز به این خبر می شکند.

  • جهانی در مورد: بیش از 2 میلیون
  • جهانی مرگ و میر: حداقل 134,178
  • اکثر موارد گزارش داد: ایالات متحده آمریکا (636,350) اسپانیا (177,644) ایتالیا (165,155) آلمان (134,753) و فرانسه (134,582).

داده ها بالا بود گردآوری شده توسط دانشگاه جانز هاپکینز به 8:19 صبح پکن زمان.

تمام بار زیر در پکن زمان.

8:55 am: چین گزارش 46 موارد دیگری می گوید: بسیاری از آنها ‘وارد’

ملی چین کمیسیون بهداشت گفت: وجود 46 جدید تایید موارد coronavirus که 34 شدند نسبت به مسافران از خارج از کشور. همچنین گفت که وجود داشت هیچ اضافی مرگ و میر.

این NHC همچنین گزارش 64 جدید بدون علامت موارد به موجب آن افراد آزمایش مثبت برای این ویروس اما نشان نمی دهد هر یک از علائم معمول در ارتباط با این بیماری است.

پس از وقوع اولین گزارش در اواخر سال گذشته در استان هوبئی چین گفت: آن را تا به حال 82,341 موارد و 3,342 مرگ و میر. — Saheli روی Choudhury

8:50 am: ویتنامی هواپیمایی برای از سرگیری پرواز پس از ویروس مستند برطرف

VietJet هوا و Vietnam Airlines سر گرفته خواهد شد برخی از پروازهای داخلی شروع پنج شنبه پس از دولت کاسته 15 روز lockdown برای برخی نقاط کشور, رویترز گزارش داد.

ویتنام دولت تمدید یک دوره دو هفته ای اجتماعی فاصله برای 12 استان کشور از جمله پایتخت هانوی و جنوبی مرکز کسب و کار از شهر هوشی مین با توجه به اخبار سیم. اما محدودیت های گفته اند که برداشته شده است برای بسیاری از مناطق روستایی است.

جنوب شرقی آسیا کشور دارای 267 موارد گزارش شده عفونت و هیچ مرگ و میر با توجه به داده ها از دانشگاه جانز هاپکینز. — Saheli روی Choudhury

8:11 am: سنگاپور گزارش ثبت 447 موارد جدید

سنگاپور و وزارت بهداشت گزارش یک رکورد 447 موارد جدید Covid-19 عفونت به عنوان از آوریل 15 ظهر به وقت محلی.

در سه روز گذشته سنگاپور گزارش داد یک تیز چشم انداز مثبت در عفونت با 1,167 موارد تایید شده.

بسیاری از موارد جدید در ارتباط بودند به عفونت خوشه در خوابگاه که خانه کارگران خارجی. مردم ساکن در این خوابگاه به طور معمول مردان از دیگر کشورهای آسیایی که در انجام فشرده کارهای ساختمانی به منظور حمایت از خانواده های خود را.

کارگران خارجی دیده می شود در یک خوابگاه در Cochrane تسلیم 2 است که فهرست به عنوان یک انزوای منطقه برای جلوگیری از گسترش COVID-19 رمان coronavirus در سنگاپور در 14 آوریل سال 2020 است.

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شده اند وجود دارد 3,699 موارد تایید موارد پس از شروع شیوع; 652 بیماران مرخص شده از بيمارستان و جامعه انزوا امکانات و 10 نفر در سنگاپور را شکست به این بیماری است. — Saheli روی Choudhury, Ted کمپ

8:06 am: جهانی coronavirus موارد بالای 2 میلیون

تعداد کل عفونت در سراسر جهان افزایش یافته است به 2,056,055 و حداقل 134,178 که مردم از این بیماری با توجه به آخرین آمار از دانشگاه جانز هاپکینز.

هاپکینز داده ها نشان داد coronavirus آلوده بیش از 636,300 بیماران در ایالات متحده است.

اسپانیا و ایتالیا و فرانسه و آلمان هر یک گزارش بیش از 134,000 موارد هر. موارد در بریتانیا صعود به بیش از 99,400 با توجه به هاپکینز و بیش از 12,800 نفر کشته شده اند. Saheli روی Choudhury

ایتالیایی صلیب سرخ کارکنان با استفاده از یک thermoscanner به بررسی دمای بدن مسافران پس از رسیدن به Termini ایستگاه قطار در طول Coronavirus اضطراری در 9 آوریل سال 2020 در رم ایتالیا.

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تمامی زمان های زیر در زمان شرقی.

7:30 pm: لا شهردار می گوید اجتماعات بزرگ به احتمال زیاد ممنوع برای بقیه سال

شهردار لوس آنجلس اریک Garcetti گفت: جمع زیادی از قبیل کنسرت ها و رویدادهای ورزشی به احتمال زیاد نمی خواهد از سر تا 2021. “این دشوار است تصور کنید که ما هم در هزار در هر زمان به زودی, بنابراین من فکر می کنم ما باید آماده باشیم که در این سال” Garcetti گفت: در مصاحبه با سی ان ان Wolf Blitzer.

“تا زمانی که وجود دارد یا واکسن نوعی از مداخله دارویی یا گله ایمنی علم است و علم است. او افزود که مقامات بهداشت عمومی ساخته شده آن روشن است “مایل و مایل به راه رفتن قبل از ما می تواند در آن محیط.” — جنیفر الیاس

7:02 pm: اپل و گوگل در یک طرح بلند پروازانه برای کمک به مقامات مسیر ویروس

6:37 pm: مغلوب ساختن پیشی جستن می گوید ما ‘تصویب اوج’ از شیوع

رئیس جمهور دونالد مغلوب ساختن پیشی جستن در حال سخنرانی در یک کنفرانس خبری در باغ گل رز کاخ سفید در واشنگتن دی سی در روز شنبه, مارس 14 سال 2020 است.

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“در حالی که ما باید هوشیار باشند روشن است که ما استراتژی تهاجمی در حال کار” مغلوب ساختن پیشی جستن گفت: در اخبار جلسه با کاخ سفید coronavirus نیروی کار. “نبرد همچنان ادامه دارد اما اطلاعات نشان می دهد که کشور ما گذشت قله در موارد جدید.”

مغلوب ساختن پیشی جستن گفت: موارد جدید هستند “کاهش” در نیویورک که در بیشتر موارد تایید شده از هر کشور در خارج از ایالات متحده او افزود که موارد “تخت” در دنور و دیترویت در حالی که شهرهای دیگر از جمله بالتیمور و فیلادلفیا “در حال نشان دادن نشانه های بزرگ از موفقیت است.” — خواهد Feuer

جزئیات CNBC پوشش از آمریکا یک شبه: هواپیمایی متحده انتظار دارد که 5 میلیارد دلار کمک آمریکا موارد بالا 630,000

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آسام برای اولین بار دولت به طور مستقیم واردات از 50000 دنده محافظ از چین

Coronavirus: Assam First State To Directly Import 50,000 Protective Gear From China

آسام به حال یک هدف به نگه داشتن سهام آماده 2 لاخ PPE کیت منابع گفت: (بازنمودی)

گواتی:

در زمانی که این کشور در تلاش برای تامین تجهیزات حفاظت شخصی (PPE) به بهداشت و درمان کارگران در مبارزه با کروناویروس آسام تبدیل شده است برای اولین بار دولت به طور مستقیم وارد کردن کیت از چین است. روز چهارشنبه در 8:15 pm یک پرواز باری توسط آبی دارت لمس کردن در گواتی پس از پنج ساعت پرواز بدون توقف از چین, گوانگژو, حمل 50,000 PPE کیت. با بسیاری از کشورها صادرات چین تبدیل شده است جهانی نقطه برای خرید از PPE کیت.

محموله دریافت کرده بود در فرودگاه توسط آسام وزیر بهداشت Himanta Biswa سرما.

“دولت هند و همچنین بسیاری از کشورها در سراسر جهان شده اند تهیه PPE کیت از چین است. ما برای اولین بار دولت برای وارد کردن کیت به طور مستقیم از چین. حتی ما این است که خرید از چین” آقای سرما گفت.

آسام به حال یک هدف به نگه داشتن سهام آماده 2 لاخ PPE کیت منابع در بخش بهداشت و درمان گفت. قبل از این محموله در آمد آسام تا به حال در مورد یک لاخ PPE کیت. در مقابل, قبل از وقوع COVID-19 آسام تا به حال تنها 10 PPE کیت.

“این است که حذف یک مانع بزرگ برای ما به عنوان ما خرید PPE کیت در اعداد وجود دارد نگرانی خود را در مورد در دسترس بودن مداوم. ما به زودی توزیع این کیت به کارکنان بهداشت و درمان ما” آقای سرما اضافه شده است.

اما تهیه این PPE کیت به طور مستقیم شد کار آسانی نیست و بسیاری از دیگر بزرگتر متحده با منابع بیشتر بوده است مبارزه در این جبهه.

وزارت بهداشت منابع اضافه شده است که آسام رفت “از راه” برای دریافت کیت. از تبدیل استادیوم به مراکز قرنطینه به تخلیه سه دانشکده های پزشکی و تبدیل آنها به COVID-19 بیمارستان آسام را ایده های نوآورانه ساخته شده دولت بهتر آماده مسئولیت رسیدگی به رمان شیوع کروناویروس در دولت است.

بالا در بخش بهداشت و درمان گفت: این یک کار چالش برانگیز است و آنها هرگز بیش از چند هزار کیت از هند تولید کنندگان.

“ما می خواستیم ما مراقبت از سلامت کارگران و پزشکان به احساس امن و می خواستم برای جلوگیری از هرج و مرج ما در برخی از کشورها بیش از PPE کیت در آسام” رسمی اضافه شده است.

این مقام مسئول همچنین گفت: این که ممکن نیست بدون Himanta Biswa سرما.

“وزیر بهداشت آغاز شده و با استفاده از تماس های شخصی. از آبی دارت به یک شرکت هندی در تلاش برای واردات به صورت عمده برای مقامات چینی و دهلی نو در حال حرکت در آن Himanta Biswa سرما بود دست در این عملیات خواند و گفت: NDTV.

آسام 33 coronavirus موارد و مرگ است.

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7 چیزهایی که برای همسایگان بپرسید قبل از اینکه شما خرید یک خانه

اینترنت یک منبع فوق العاده برای تمام پرسش های زندگی را به خوبی بسیاری از آنها به هر حال.

وقتی که می آید به خانه شکار وجود دارد برخی از چیزهایی که تنها یک ساکن یک محله می تواند به شما بگویم در مورد آینده خود را در خانه و محیط اطراف از این ها به آن بچه دوستی و خیلی بیشتر. کسانی که در محل-خاص بینش است که می تواند کمک به شما تصمیم می گیرید اگر یک محله است که مناسب برای شما می تواند هر جای دیگر یافت.

بنابراین دفعه بعد که شما در حال شکار خانه و فرصتی برای چت کردن بالقوه آینده همسایه و یا دو, آنچه که باید شما آنها را بپرسید ؟ ما صحبت های اخیر خریدار و یک عامل املاک و مستغلات برای بینش خود را.

وجود دارد بسیاری از مستاجرها در اطراف در اینجا ؟

اگر یک محله است که بسیاری از مستاجرها که ممکن است معنی آن را سخت به فروش یک خانه که در جامعه می گوید: Lynette کوهن Huber یک عامل املاک و مستغلات با واکر رید ملک در بوینتون بیچ فلوریدا. “شما همیشه نمی خواهم به فکر می کنم در مورد چشم انداز از فروش یک خانه فقط به عنوان شما در مورد خرید اما شما همیشه باید. شما هرگز نمی دانید چه ممکن است در زندگی و شما را مجبور به حرکت دوباره.”

آیا وجود هر گونه نمیتوانیم به تازگی?

ما همه می خواهم به زندگی می کنند در جایی امن. پس از آن همیشه هوشمند بپرسید اگر وجود داشته منازل به قصد سرقت خرابکاری و یا مانند آن می گوید: عمرو Hesen که به تازگی نقل مکان در جنوب فلوریدا با همسر و دخترش. “ما می خواستیم که قادر به راه رفتن در اطراف در شب و احساس امنیت به خصوص با یک کودک است.”

Huber موافق است که درخواست یک همسایه طور کلی در مورد ایمنی مهم است. “این فوق العاده است هنگامی که شما در پیدا کردن که همسایه ها همه دوچرخه سوار با فشار کالسکه نوزاد, راه رفتن سگ روز و شب در محله” او می گوید. “که به شما می گوید که تقریبا همه شما می خواهید بدانید در مورد چگونه امن آن خواهد بود به زندگی می کنند وجود دارد.”

چگونه می توان بچه ها که زندگی می کنند در اطراف در اینجا ؟

اگر شما بچه ها می خواهید بدانید که آیا محله کار را برای آنها Huber می گوید. “این فوق العاده است برای پیدا کردن که بسیاری از خانواده های جوان اما اگر بچه ها خود را و نوجوانان? بپرسید به طور خاص در مورد سن کودکان در محله.”

اما متوقف نمی وجود دارد او می گوید:. “پیدا کردن که در آن بچه ها به مدرسه رفتن اگر شما می توانید. بسیاری از مردم در منطقه ما فرزندان خود را به محدود و یا مدارس خصوصی است.” که ممکن است یک پرچم قرمز در مورد مدارس دولتی در مجاورت.

چه نوع از چیزهایی که می کند مالکان انجمن (ها) پوشش می دهد ؟

اگر شما در حال خرید یک محل سکونت, شما به احتمال زیاد تبدیل به یک بخشی از یک رسانه و یا یک هیئت واحد صاحبان که نظارت بر جامعه را مدیریت.

“ما می خواستیم تا مطمئن شوید که این ها بود مقرون به صرفه است اما همچنین ارزش خوبی برای پول” Hesen می گوید و اشاره کرد که بسیاری از HOAs در حال حاضر ارائه حق بیمه کانال های تلویزیون و اینترنت با سرعت بالا برای ساکنان به عنوان بخشی از حق خود.

در حالی که برخی از مردم ترجیح می دهند که این ها بصورتی پایدار و محکم اجرا درآوردن جامعه و قوانین (مانند حاکم بر خانه’ رنگ) دیگران ممکن است می خواهید چیزی کمی بیشتر lax, Huber می گوید. “من مانند داشتن قوانین کلی اما نمی خواهم آنها بودن خیلی سخت است که من مجبور به نگرانی در مورد چه نوع از ماشین را پارک شده در جلوی خانه,” او دلیل.

شنیده ام شما هر گونه مسائل با خانه ما در حال برنامه ریزی برای خرید ؟

Hesen می گوید که اگر همسایه دیده می شود بسیاری از پیمانکاران بازدید از صفحه اصلی آن را ممکن است برای به طور کلی ارتقاء. “و یا همچنین ممکن است چیزی بیشتر در مورد که ما را پس از آن درخواست یک بازرس به نگه داشتن چشم را برای مانند مسائل لوله کشی کپک و بیشتر,” او می گوید.

چه چیزی شما فکر می کنم از محله ؟

در نهایت پرسیدن یک سوال باز مانند این می تواند منجر به مسئله شما نمی خواهد که به فکر سوال در مورد Huber می گوید. “این ممکن است منجر به چیزی ناخوشایند و یا شخصی به یکی از همسایه ها اما آن را فقط ممکن است تایید می کنند که آن را به محل مناسب برای شما است.”

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How to Discover Hidden HTTP Parameters with Arjun

Hacking web applications can sometimes be challenging due to the sheer amount of moving parts they possess. At the core of these apps are HTTP requests and parameters, but these things are often concealed from the user, due to security reasons, convenience, or both. However, a tool called Arjun can be used to discover hidden HTTP parameters in web apps.

HTTP parameters, sometimes called query strings, are the part of a URL that takes user input and relays it to the web app. A typical example will look something like:

http://example.com/name?id=1

When the server receives the request, it will process the query and return a name with the ID of 1. Sometimes, such as in web forms, multiple fields will be submitted as the query string. Typically, it will look something like:

http://example.com/form?field1=v1&field2=v2

In certain cases, some of these parameters might be hidden from view. For example, if a hidden parameter of admin was set to True, there might be different functionality than that of a regular user.

Arjun is a command-line tool that finds hidden HTTP parameters using a wordlist of parameter names. It features multi-threading, rate limit handling, and allows custom headers to be added to requests. It also supports GET, POST, and JSON methods, making it a valuable resource for probing web applications.

Download & Setup

We will use Metasploitable 2 as the target and Kali Linux as our local machine, but you can use whatever you’re comfortable with when following along.

The first thing we need to do is download Arjun from GitHub. We can easily clone a copy of the repository using the git clone command:

~# git clone https://github.com/s0md3v/Arjun Cloning into 'Arjun'...
remote: Enumerating objects: 226, done.
remote: Total 226 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0), pack-reused 226
Receiving objects: 100% (226/226), 159.03 KiB | 1024.00 KiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (104/104), done.

Now just change into the new directory using cd:

~# cd Arjun/

And we can list the contents with the ls command:

~/Arjun# ls arjun.py CHANGELOG.md core db LICENSE README.md

Arjun needs Python version 3.4 or higher to work properly, and we can see if it’s installed on our system using the which command:

~/Arjun# which python3 /usr/bin/python3

And we can check the version number with the -V switch:

~/Arjun# python3 -V Python 3.7.5rc1

If Python 3.4 or above isn’t on our system, we can install it through the package manager:

~/Arjun# apt-get install python3

That should be all we need to get started.

Arjun in Action

It’s always a good idea to check the help menu when confronted with a new tool. Use the -h flag to view Arjun’s help and optional arguments:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -h _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ usage: arjun.py [-h] [-u URL] [-o OUTPUT_FILE] [-d DELAY] [-t THREADS] [-f WORDLIST] [--urls URL_FILE] [--get] [--post] [--headers [HEADERS]] [--json] [--stable] [--include INCLUDE] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -u URL target url -o OUTPUT_FILE path for the output file -d DELAY request delay -t THREADS number of threads -f WORDLIST wordlist path --urls URL_FILE file containing target urls --get use get method --post use post method --headers [HEADERS] add headers --json treat post data as json --stable prefer stability over speed --include INCLUDE include this data in every request

The most basic way to run the tool is by supplying a valid URL — use the -u flag to do so:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: phpMyAdmin
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: db
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: table
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: lang
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: convcharset
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: token
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: pma_username
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: pma_password
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: server
[!] Prioritizing it
[~] Performing heuristic level checks
[!] Scan Completed
[+] Valid parameter found: db
[+] Valid parameter found: phpMyAdmin
[+] Valid parameter found: table
[+] Valid parameter found: target
[+] Valid parameter found: GLOBALS
[+] Valid parameter found: pma_username

We can see it starts analyzing the page, looking for any potential HTTP parameters that might be hidden. It finds a few valid ones and gives us the results at the bottom.

We can also specify which type of request data to use. For example, to search for GET parameters, simply add the –get option:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ --get _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters ...

To search for POST parameters, use the –post option:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ --post _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters ...

And to search for JSON parameters, use the –json option:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ --json _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters ...

We can also supply Arjun with a list of multiple URLs to use instead of just a single one. Use the –urls flag followed by the name of the file containing the list of URLs:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py --urls urls.txt _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Scanning: http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/
[~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters ...

In the same vein, we can use our own wordlist containing custom parameter names instead of the default one Arjun uses. Use the -f flag followed by the name of the custom wordlist:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ -f parameters.txt _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters ...

Arjun allows us to set the number of threads to use as well, the default being two. Use the -t switch followed by the number of desired threads:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ -t 16 _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters ...

We can also set the delay between requests with the -d flag:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ -d 5 _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters ...

For particularly tricky targets, we can use the –stable option, which will set the number of threads to 1 and the delay to a random number of seconds between 6 and 12:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ --stable _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters ...

Arjun makes it easy to save the results in JSON format — just use the -o switch followed by the name of the output file:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ -o results.json _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: phpMyAdmin
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: db
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: table
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: lang
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: convcharset
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: token
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: pma_username
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: pma_password
[!] Prioritizing it
[+] Heuristic found a potential post parameter: server
[!] Prioritizing it
[~] Performing heuristic level checks
[!] Scan Completed
[+] Valid parameter found: GLOBALS
[+] Valid parameter found: db
[+] Valid parameter found: phpMyAdmin
[+] Valid parameter found: table
[+] Valid parameter found: target
[+] Valid parameter found: pma_username
[!] Saving output to JSON file in results.json

Another handy feature is the ability to include specific data to be sent with every request. Use the –include option with the data string to be sent in quotes:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ --include 'data=test' _ /_| _ ' ( |/ /(//) v1.6 _/ [~] Analysing the content of the webpage
[~] Analysing behaviour for a non-existent parameter
[!] Reflections: 0
[!] Response Code: 200
[!] Content Length: 4145
[!] Plain-text Length: 474
[~] Parsing webpage for potential parameters ...

We can also use the –headers option, which will allow us to send header information with the request:

~/Arjun# python3 arjun.py -u http://10.10.0.50/phpMyAdmin/ --headers

That will open up a text editor (nano by default), allowing us to paste any headers right in:

GNU nano 4.5 /tmp/tmptvwpv4kd
Host: EXAMPLE
Accept: TEST
Referer: https://www.google.com

The default editor can be changed in /core/prompt.py to an editor of choice.

Wrapping Up

Today, we learned a bit about HTTP parameters and how sometimes they can be hidden from plain view. Arjun is a tool that can be used to expose these hidden parameters, leading to increased visibility of a web app’s attack surface. We explored the tool and some of its options, including the ability to use different request methods, custom threading and delay, persistent request data, and more. Arjun is a nice little tool that anyone serious about attacking web applications can benefit from.

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Trump says US has ‘passed the peak’ of coronavirus outbreak

President Donald Trump said the U.S. has “passed the peak” of the coronavirus outbreak, which has infected more than 632,000 people in America.

“While we must remain vigilant, it is clear that our aggressive strategy is working,” Trump said at a White House news briefing with coronavirus task force on Wednesday. “The battle continues, but the data suggests that nationwide we have passed the peak on new cases.”

Trump said new cases are “declining” in New York, which has more confirmed cases than any country outside the U.S. He added that cases are “flat” in Denver and Detroit, while other cities including Baltimore and Philadelphia “are showing great signs of success.”

Trump said he will discuss guidelines for reopening the country on Thursday. 

“My administration is using every available authority to accelerate the development, study and delivery of therapies,” he said, adding that at least 35 clinical trials of treatments are underway. 

Over the past six days, the rate of new cases has declined across the country, Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said, adding that nine states have less than 1,000 cases and fewer than 30 new cases per day. However, she said the administration is concerned about Providence, Rhode Island, which is in a “unique situation,” caught between two hot spots, New York and Boston. 

She added that now is the time to continue practicing social distancing. 

“Social gatherings, coming together, there is always a chance that an asymptomatic person can spread the virus unknowingly,” she said. “To all of you that are out there that would like to join together and just have that dinner party for 20, don’t do it yet. Continue to follow the presidential guidelines.”

This is breaking news. Check back here for updates.

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Locals Block Last Rites Of Meghalaya’s First Coronavirus Patient

Locals Block Last Rites Of Meghalaya's First Coronavirus Patient

Meghalaya has launched a massive search for the person who spread the virus. (File)

Guwahati:

The last rites of the 69-year-old doctor who died after contracting coronavirus infection, is proving a challenge for the government of Meghalaya. The doctor died of COVID-19 related problems at Shillong’s Bethany Hospital this morning. He was the owner of the hospital and had tested positive on Monday. His six family members also tested positive.

The local people have refused to allow the cremation, alleging that the workers are not skilled and they do not have any kind of safety gear. The tribal chieftains have also refused to allow burial of the ashes at hi farmhouse near Nongpoh in Ri Bhoi district, government sources said. 

Chief Minister Conrad Sangma is trying to solve this crisis. 

On Wednesday afternoon, the administration had started the formalities for the last rites but faced opposition from the locals and the tribal leaders. 

The doctor was the first patient of coronavirus detected in the state. He had no travel history and it is suspected that he contracted the disease from a silent carrier. The state government started a massive search for the infected person, and has announced a two-day curfew in the capital city.

More than 2,000 people have been identified who were in contact with the doctor, said Mr Sangma, who had tweeted his condolence for the doctor.

So far, 45 people have proved positive for the highly contagious virus in the northeast and two people have died, one of them from Assam. The maximum numbers – 32 — also come from Assam.

The death in Meghalaya came two days after Nagaland reported its first case. Now among the northeastern states, only Sikkim remains coronavirus-free.

All seven states of the area have barred entry for tourists, domestic and foreign.

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See Holland’s Famous Tulips in Bloom on This Virtual Tour of the Keukenhof Gardens

Spring has sprung, and so have the breathtaking tulips in the Keukenhof Gardens of Holland. Even though no one can physically visit the vibrant blooms as the park is closed, locals and tourists alike can virtually roam the grounds whenever they please.

The flower garden of Keukenhof—also known as the Garden of Europe—has virtually opened its doors on their YouTube channel. In addition to showcasing the tulips that the grounds are famous for, they give a glimpse of vibrant daffodils, hyacinths, and other species that make up the landscape. It’s not just a one-time tour, either: Keunkenhof Gardens is rolling out additional videos that spotlight their experts and continue to show the flowers bloom throughout the season.

The history of the grounds goes back to the 15th century, when Countess Jacoba van Beieren picked fruit and vegetables from the garden. Keunkenhof Castle was built in 1641, and the gardens were redesigned in 1857 that reflected an English landscape style. It wasn’t until 1949 when spring-flowering bulbs took the spotlight, thanks to 20 leading flower bulb growers who stepped in to establish the spring park reputation that Keunkenhof Gardens is known for today.

Almost a century later, you can see that the bulbs at Keunkenhof Gardens are just as lively as ever before. In addition to showcasing flowers, the property’ has also uploaded videos of their gardeners giving virtual tours of different parts of the garden. For example, Michael walked viewers through the Willem-Alexander Pavilion, and Daan gave a glimpse of one of the onsite inspirational areas called Beach Garden. 

There’s plenty more where that came from, too, as Keunkenhof Gardens will continue to post virtual tours of different parts of the property. So keep checking their YouTube for new videos so the flowers can continue to bring spring into your home, wherever you are. 

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Get the All-New iPhone SE Wallpapers on Any Phone

The new iPhone SE packs the power of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max inside the chassis of the iPhone 8. But that’s not all that’s new on the 2020 SE. Apple has also included three new wallpapers, exclusive to the Special Edition model, but the internet makes it tough to make anything truly exclusive anymore.

Thanks to wallpaper host Ispazio, you can download and use the new iPhone SE wallpapers on any phone you want. You can see all three options visually in our article below, but follow the links for the highest quality downloads. The wallpapers measure 1,242 by 2,208 pixels, so they should fit comfortably on pretty much any smartphone you have.

  • Blue iPhone SE Wallpaper : Link
  • Yellow iPhone SE Wallpaper: Link
  • Red iPhone SE Wallpaper: Link
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Coronavirus live updates: Executives warn Trump Americans need more testing, Maryland requires masks while shopping

This is CNBC’s live blog covering all the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak. All times below are in Eastern time. This blog will be updated throughout the day as the news breaks. 

  • Global cases: More than 2,006,500
  • Global deaths: At least 128,886
  • US cases: More than 610,700
  • US deaths: At least 26,119

The data above was compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

5:15 pm: Applying for small business loans has been tough. But not for these people

A forgivable loan program meant to help ailing small businesses has met with much criticism amid delays, confusion and frustration.

But some small-business owners have successfully applied for the loans, made through the new Paycheck Protection Program, with hardly a hiccup.

These entrepreneurs appear to have something in common: relationships with representatives inside their bank who helped guide them through the process.

Lawrence Sprung, a certified financial planner and financial advisor, was one such owner.

Sprung, the president of Mitlin Financial, based in Hauppauge, New York, applied for a $50,000 loan on April 3, the day banks began taking applications. 

Others weren’t as fortunate. Many were locked out due to heavy volume or the absence of a relationship with a bank credentialed to be part of the loan program. —Darla Mercado, Greg Iacurci

5:09 pm: Goldman says fewer ‘loss of smell’ Google queries suggest better COVID outlook

Goldman Sachs is optimistic that recent public safety measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus are working based on an unusual data source: Google searches for “loss of smell.”

Queries for “loss of smell” on the internet search giant spiked in the week that began March 22 to an intensity reading of 100. That means that U.S.-based searches for the phrase “loss of smell” peaked relative to any other period in the last 12 months during the last full week of March.

Since then, however, Google searches for “loss of smell” have more than halved, a sign Goldman Chief Economist Jan Hatzius says could suggest a fall in official case counts over the next few weeks.

“The latest data on the pace of virus spread are encouraging, suggesting that lockdowns have paid large dividends,” Hatzius wrote Wednesday. “Measures of virus spread based on big data are even more encouraging and suggest that the true number of new cases actually peaked a while ago.”

“Google searches for ‘loss of smell’ — a symptom that has proven an effective way to track the virus spread — have fallen to roughly one-seventh of their peak US level,” he added. “These measures appear to lead the official count of cases confirmed by testing by 2-3 weeks.”

The latest Google search data as cited by Goldman Sachs suggests that U.S. queries for “loss of smell” have fallen to about 15% of their peak level. —Thomas Franck

4:50 pm: IRS stimulus check tracking tool is not working for some people

A tool launched Wednesday by the Internal Revenue Service to track Americans’ stimulus relief checks is not working for many, according to individuals who reached out to CNBC Make It.

The Get My Payment tool is meant to give those eligible for a coronavirus stimulus check information on when they will receive their payment. Instead, many are receiving messages that their payment status is not available.

In most cases, this happened because the system was overloaded, Luis Garcia, an IRS spokesperson, told CNBC Make It. 

“What happened is instead of having an error message or a message saying the system is very busy, it just says your information isn’t in here, that was the default,” says Garcia. But that should be fixed now.

“Just be patient, check back later,” he says. “If you filed last year’s or this year’s taxes we have your information.” —Alicia Adamczyk

4:38 pm: Trump’s WHO funding threat echoes action that got him impeached, Democrats say

President Donald Trump’s first step toward pulling World Health Organization funding during the coronavirus pandemic has set the stage for another legal tug of war with House Democrats wary of him treading on their power.

Facing sustained backlash for his handling of the outbreak as U.S. Covid-19 cases top any other country in the world, the president on Tuesday criticized the United Nations agency for what he called its “role in severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the coronavirus.” Trump said he was “instructing [his] administration to halt funding” to the WHO during a 60 to 90-day review period. 

House Democrats argued that suspending funding would hamper the global response to the disease ripping across the globe. They also contended he cannot withdraw money already appropriated by Congress under its constitutional authority — suggesting a court fight over Trump’s power looms if he pulls funding. 

“This decision is dangerous, illegal and will be swiftly challenged,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement Wednesday. —Jacob Pramuk 

4:30 pm: JC Penney says it skipped a $12 million interest payment as outbreak shutters stores

J.C. Penney said Wednesday that it has chosen not to make a roughly $12 million interest payment due on April 15, as the coronavirus pandemic takes a toll on its business.

It is entering into a 30-day grace period “in order to evaluate certain strategic alternatives, none of which have been implemented at this time,” Penney said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

If the company does not make the payment within the 30-day period, it would result in an “event of default,” with respect to its 2036 Senior Notes, the department store chain said.

Among Penney’s options is filing for bankruptcy protection, a person familiar with the matter told CNBC.

Even before the coronavirus pandemic forced the retailer to close all of its stores, Penney was already facing slumping sales and looming debt payments that include significant annual interest expenses.

“The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for department store retailers across the industry and has resulted in extensive store closings,” a spokeswoman told CNBC in an emailed statement. —Lauren Thomas

4:26 pm: Elizabeth Holmes’ criminal trial delayed

Elizabeth Holmes, the once heralded visionary who claimed to revolutionize blood testing in America, got her fate delayed when a judge set a new trial date of Oct. 27 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

As the economy is screeching to a halt and millions are scrambling to get tested for whether they have the virus, a judge said it’s impossible to keep Holmes’ original trial date in July.

“We’re in unchartered waters and unchartered territories,” U.S. District Judge Edward Davila said. “We need to make sure the environment is safe for all parties, including the jury that’s called to hear the matter.”

The judge said he would consider moving the trial to early 2021 if the coronavirus remains a threat in the fall.

In a status memo filed this week, attorneys for Holmes pointed to the dangers of conducting such a high-profile trial amid a health pandemic. —Yasmin Khorram

4:07 pm: Dow drops more than 400 points as the coronavirus fuels deeper worries over the economy

Stocks fell sharply as dismal economic data and weak bank earnings fueled concerns over the coronavirus’s impact on the U.S. economy.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 442 points, or 1.9%. The S&P 500 slid 2.2% while the Nasdaq Composite closed 1.4% lower. 

Bank of America closed more than 6% lower on the back of disappointing earnings. Citigroup fell more than 5%. Energy, materials and financials were the worst-performing sectors in the S&P 500, dropping more than 4% each. 

Retail sales during the month of March plunged a record 8.7%, according to a report from the Commerce Department published Wednesday. That was the largest one-month decline since the department began tracking the series in 1992.

“If this is a precursor to what we can expect throughout the U.S. … there’s no word for it,” said Quincy Krosby, chief market strategist at Prudential Financial. “The reflects the complete shutdown of the economy.”  —Fred Imbert

3:34 pm: Executives warn Trump that Americans need more testing before returning to work, shopping, eating out

A group of business executives warned President Donald Trump on Wednesday that the federal government “needed to dramatically increase” the availability of coranavirus testing before Americans would feel comfortable returning to their normal lives, according to a new report.

The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the situation, said Trump held a conference call with about three dozen financial, food and beverage, hospitality and retail industry executives who are part of a new task force that will advise him on reopening the country.

It was the first of four planned calls involving task force members.

“The people involved in the first call … described current testing levels in the U.S. as inadequate to effectively reopen the economy,” the Journal reported.  —Dan Mangan

3:07 pm: Maryland governor orders residents to wear masks in retail stores

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order requiring masks or face coverings to be worn in retail locations, including grocery shops, pharmacies and convenience stores.The order goes into effect Saturday.

“This is really another important step in our immediate efforts to protect public health and safety,” Hogan said. “The wearing of masks is also something that we may have to become more accustomed to in order to safely reopen our state.”

Essential retailers will also have to require employees to wear face coverings. Masks will also be required on public transportation. —Hannah Miller 

2:28 pm: French death toll rises, intensive care numbers down

The number of people who died in France from the coronavirus infection in hospitals and nursing homes reached 17,167, the head of the public health authority said.

The total death toll stood at 15,529 on Tuesday.

The number of people in intensive care units fell to 6,457, a drop of 273, director general of health Jerome Salomon said. It was the seventh consecutive day of declines, suggesting the national lockdown, extended to May 11 on Monday, is having positive effects in containing the disease. —Reuters

2:21 pm: Fed Beige Book says economy contracted ‘sharply and abruptly’ due to coronavirus

Economic activity has showed a deep decline due to measures taken during the coronavirus scare, with leisure and hospitality as well as retail the hardest-hit so far, according to the Federal Reserve’s latest Beige Book report.

The report also said most areas saw manufacturing declines that varied among industries. Food and medical product producers saw strong demand but faced obstacles in production and supply chains.

“Economic activity contracted sharply and abruptly across all regions in the United States as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic,” the report said. “All Districts reported highly uncertain outlooks among business contacts, with most expecting conditions to worsen in the next several months.”

Released periodically through the year, the Beige Book surveys the Fed’s 12 districts for activity across sectors. —Jeff Cox

2:13 pm: Small business loans top $296 billion and could reach the program’s limit by the end of Wednesday

Much-needed small business aid is beginning to trickle out and more is expected in the weeks to come as banks start to disburse the rescue funds to Main Street. But the first-come, first-serve Payroll Protection Program of $349 billion in aid may be nearing a ceiling for loan commitments, with more than 1.3 million loans given approval at a value of more than $296 billion through Wednesday afternoon, according to the Small Business Administration.

The program could reach its funding limit by the end of the day, according to a source familiar with the matter.

The SBA and Treasury Department have yet to release any formal statistics on total loan disbursements from banks to small business owners, with one senior administration official telling CNBC the information is not yet available, despite multiple requests. The SBA did release data showing the average loan size is just under $240,000. —Kate Rogers, Betsy Spring

2:03 pm: ‘We need to start saving individual people,’ not just stockholders, says pension fund CIO

The chief investment officer of one of the country’s biggest public pension funds said the government response to the coronavirus should be focused on supporting unemployed workers, not stocks owned by pensioners. 

“I don’t buy in to just [saving] the pensioners. Yes, they’re important, but they’re a small percentage. I think we have to start saving individual people,” Christopher Ailman of CalSTRS said on “Squawk Box.”

The $2.2 trillion CARES Act passed by Congress and other actions by the Federal Reserve have created an unprecedented economic support from the U.S. government as the coronavirus pandemic shut down large parts of the economy.

On Tuesday, the major airlines and the Treasury Department struck a deal on how the companies could receive payroll support to stay afloat and keep workers employed.

Ailman said it is “such a tough call” as to which companies should be helped, but he said the total amount would likely have negative economic effects long-term. —Jesse Pound

1:52 pm: New government app shows you the status of your stimulus payment

1:45 pm: Oracle’s Larry Ellison says Zoom is an ‘essential service’ as virus forces remote work

Oracle founder and chairman Larry Ellison gave Zoom high praise this week, calling it an “essential service” for his business and others around the world. 

Zoom has seen enormous growth as more and more workers have been instructed to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic. Zoom said its daily users spiked to 200 million in March compared with 10 million in December. The service’s growth has been credited in part to its availability across many different platforms and it’s free use for calls up to 40 minutes. 

Ellison said in the video posted Monday he believes Zoom will continue to be an important to businesses once workers return to the office. —Lauren Feiner

1:37 pm: New York Gov. Cuomo orders all people to wear masks or face coverings in public

Rules for wearing of face coverings in New York State stated by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, April 15, 2020.

Source: New York State

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to issue an executive order requiring all people to wear a mask or face covering while in public as the state works to combat the worst coronavirus outbreak in the U.S.

“If you are going to be in a situation, in public, where you come into contact with other people in a situation that is not socially distanced you must have a mask or a cloth covering nose and mouth,” Cuomo said during a press conference in Albany.

Cuomo said the state is moving to a “new normal” as he outlined a gradual reopening of businesses, saying the crisis won’t be over until a vaccine is made available.

“Where we’re going, it’s not a reopening in that we’re going to reopen what was. We’re going to a different place,” Cuomo said. —Noah Higgins-Dunn

1:31 pm: CEO of mortgage giant Quicken Loans explains how struggling homeowners can ‘skip the payment’

One of the biggest questions for homeowners facing a coronavirus-related financial hardship is whether to try to pause their mortgage payments.

Quicken Loans CEO Jay Farner told CNBC the company wants to educate people that if they “skip the payment,” they’ll still have to pay it eventually.

“Our tool right now is something called ‘forbearance,'” Farner said on “Squawk Box.” “It gives you the opportunity to pause on making your mortgage payments [with] no impact on your credit. But at some time in the future, you have to catch those back up.”

Many of the nation’s top mortgage issuers, of which Quicken Loans is the largest, are working with clients to help them get through the coronavirus-driven economic halt.

Requests to delay mortgage payments grew by 1,270% between the week of March 2 and the week of March 16, and another 1,896% between the week of March 16 and the week of March 30, according to numbers released Tuesday by the Mortgage Bankers Association. —Matthew J. Belvedere

1:24 pm: A majority of publishers say advertisers have canceled or paused campaigns, says new IAB survey

The vast majority of online publishers in the U.S. say they’ve had advertisers cancel or pause ad campaigns with them as the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown hurts advertisers, according to results of a new Internet Advertising Bureau survey. The advertising cutback is resulting in widespread layoffs and cost cuts even as media consumption is skyrocketing.

The effects are being felt across ad-supported websites, as well as companies that provide technical infrastructure to support selling ads.

The IAB said it surveyed more than 200 U.S. ad-supported publishers, programmatic providers and media platforms who are both members and non-members of the organization. The survey examined both publishers covering hard news as well as other ad-supported media, like cooking or financial advice sites. 

Of those, 98% of respondents said they’re expecting a decrease in revenue in 2020. —Meg Graham

1:12 pm: Half of the world has asked the IMF for a bailout, chief says

1:01 pm: How Germany plans to gradually reopen its economy after a weeks-long coronavirus shutdown

Chancellor Angela Merkel Wednesday laid out Germany’s plan to gradually resume public life while maintaining social distancing, a month after Europe’s largest economy effectively shut down in an effort to slow the coronavirus outbreak.

Some small businesses will reopen on April 20 while schools will begin to gradually reopen on May 4. Most businesses have been closed in Germany since a March 16 government order limited economic life to grocery stories, pharmacies, banks, gas stations and other essential services while people were urged to remain at home. 

The German government extended social distancing measures until May 3, which require people to maintain a distance of 1.5 meters (5 feet) and limit public gatherings to just two people with the exception of family members. Large gatherings will remain banned at least until August 31, and religious gatherings remain prohibited until further notice. Germans are also being encouraged to wear masks in public and avoid travel. 

Businesses that don’t exceed 800 square meters are allowed to reopen, as well as car dealerships, bike shops and bookstores regardless of their size. Hair salons can reopen on May 4 but workers must wear personal protective equipment. All shops that reopen must adhere to regulations on hygiene and must prevent lines from forming. 

Restaurants will remain closed to dine-in service, but can offer delivery and takeout. Bars, clubs, theaters and concert venues will remain closed. Companies are encouraged to continue working for home whenever possible. —Spencer Kimball

12:48 pm: Schumer, Pelosi staff to discuss next coronavirus relief bill with Treasury

Staffers for Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will meet with the Treasury Department on Wednesday— to discuss the Democrats’ push to pass additional coronavirus relief legislation.

The new round of working-level negotiations between Democrats and members of the Trump administration indicates a potential thaw in the ongoing stalemate over emergency funding.

It also reflects a desire on both sides to keep the government’s fiscal spigot open and pouring money into the economy, which has been devastated by the disease and the strict policies imposed to slow its spread.

Schumer, D-N.Y., spoke with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Wednesday morning about the “interim” relief package, a spokesman for the Senate leader’s office told CNBC. —Kevin Breuninger

12:31 pm: American Airlines CEO: ‘It certainly feels like we’re at bottom’ as revenue tumbles 90%

The record drop in air travel demand because of the coronavirus pandemic appears to be as bad as it’s going to get, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker said.

“It certainly feels like we’re at the bottom,” Parker told CNBC in an interview. “Our revenues are down 90% on a year-over-year basis and they’ve been that way now for a few weeks. The real question is how long you stay at the bottom and when do we begin to recover. I don’t think I know that better than anybody else.”

American and other large U.S. airlines, including Delta, Southwest and JetBlue on Tuesday announced agreements with the Treasury Department on the terms for their share of $25 billion in government grants and low-interest loans.

American said the Treasury Department approved $5.8 billion in assistance — a $4.1 billion grant and a $1.7 billion low-interest loan. The Fort Worth, Texas-based carrier said it plans to apply for another government loan of around $4.75 billion. —Leslie Josephs

12:19 pm: The economic data is even worse than Wall Street feared: ‘The economy is clearly in ruins here’

12:10 pm: Insurance companies offering drivers relief during the coronavirus pandemic

A car moves along an empty highway during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Seattle, Washington, March 30, 2020.

David Ryder | Reuters

With millions under stay-at-home orders and working remotely, American roadways are seeing a lot less congestion and accidents. That means less risk of insurance claims — and auto insurers are taking note. 

Just over 80% of American auto insurance companies have announced that they will refund or credit drivers more than $6.5 billion over the next two months, according to a new report from the Consumer Federation of America. 

But those refund programs vary widely from insurer to insurer. Initiatives from State Farm and American Family received high marks from the consumer advocacy group for the amount of relief offered and the speed at which it’s promised to be delivered. However, others fell short. 

CNBC Make It rounded up a list of insurance companies that have announced initiatives for drivers during the current coronavirus health crisis. Keep in mind that some insurers are providing relief on a case-by-case basis and you may not qualify for all of the programs. —Megan Leonhardt

12:02 pm: McDonald’s relationship with US franchisees is fraying over coronavirus relief

The coronavirus pandemic is straining McDonald’s relationship with its U.S. franchisees once again.

The fast-food giant is pushing for franchisees to do more to protect their workers, while franchisees are asking for more financial relief to keep them afloat. Franchisees operate 95% of McDonald’s 14,000 U.S. restaurants.

McDonald’s is deferring rent for three months for franchisees to lessen the financial blow of social-distancing measures. Only about one-third of its U.S. franchisees will be asked to pay March rent. Operators who have seen the sharpest sales drops are also receiving deferrals on service fees.

Tensions between the National Owners Association and McDonald’s management have flared up in the past month, based on correspondence between the two viewed by the Wall Street Journal. McDonald’s U.S. franchisees formed the independent group in 2018 to push back against the Chicago-based company’s discounts and renovation plans.

The NOA told McDonald’s management in a letter last week that its members and most of the company’s franchisees are “increasingly losing faith in the partnership and company leadership,” according to the Journal. —Amelia Lucas

11:53 am: WHO ‘regrets’ Trump’s decision to withhold funding, says focus is on saving lives in coronavirus pandemic

President Donald Trump addresses the daily coronavirus task force briefing in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, April 14, 2020.

Leah Millis | Reuters

The World Health Organization is turning to other countries to help fill any gaps in financing its Covid-19 response work after U.S. President Donald Trump said the United States would withhold contributions.

“The United States of America has been a long-standing and generous friend to the WHO and we hope it will continue to be so,” WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a press conference. “We regret the decision of the President of the United States to order a hold in funding to the World Health Organization.”

Trump announced Tuesday that the U.S. will suspend funding to WHO while it reviews the agency’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. He said the administration will conduct a “thorough” investigation that should last 60 to 90 days.

In the fiscal year 2019, the U.S. provided about $237 million as well as an additional $656 million in voluntary contributions to the agency, according to a WHO spokesperson, representing about 14.67% of its total budget. —Berkeley Lovelace Jr.

11:45 am: New York City struggles to get accurate coronavirus fatality count as more people die at home

New container morgues are being prepared for the new type of coronavirus (COVID-19) victims to be delivered to hospitals in New York City, United States on April 14, 2020.

Tayfun Coskun | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images

11:33 am: How to stay safe when people are breathing heavily while running, walking outside

@katiekhromova | Twenty20

Taking a walk or going for a run outdoors during the Covid-19 pandemic can be a saving grace for your mental and physical health. But in a time when we’re all supposed to stay inside, it might seem ironic that there are more people gathering in outdoor spaces to jog.

Running and walking outside are some of the safest activities people can do right now, “assuming they follow the actual social distancing guidelines,” Dr. Aaron E. Glatt, chairman of the department of medicine and hospital epidemiologist at Mount Sinai South Nassau tells CNBC Make It.

You’ll probably have to temporarily change where and when you run amid the pandemic, Dr. Ravina Kullar, infectious disease researcher and expert with the Infectious Diseases Society of America, who is also an avid runner, tells CNBC Make It. But “If you’re running by yourself and you’re running in an area where you’re not encountering other people, it’s very healthy,” Glatt says.

Here’s all you need to know about running, walking and exercising outdoors during Covid-19. —Cory Stieg

11:12 am: Alphabet’s health company defends decision to require a Google account to use its screening site

In a letter to five Democratic senators, Alphabet’s Verily explained how it would protect data collected by its coronavirus screening website and defended its decision to require users to sign in with a Google account to gain full access.

The Baseline Covid-19 website made a big splash in mid-March when President Donald Trump announced project at a press briefing that reportedly caught the Google sibling company off-guard. The idea for the site was to screen people for symptoms of the virus and direct them to nearby testing locations if they appeared to be a candidate. So far, the site has rolled out at a smaller scale initially than Trump originally suggested, having launched only in California. Verily is Alphabet’s life sciences company, which is run separately from Google. —Lauren Feiner

11:09 am: El-Erian: Banks take drastic steps to avoid being seen as making money off the crisis

U.S. banks are not hesitating to set aside billions of dollars in case of coronavirus-driven loan losses because it allows them to mask substantial increases in quarterly trading revenue, Mohamed El-Erian said.

The chief economic advisor at Allianz acknowledged on CNBC that banks are certainly adding to their credit reserves in an anticipation of a wave of defaults related to the pandemic. “They expect, the IMF expects, everybody expects, the worst economic hit since the Great Depression.”

“But I also think, if you’ve made a ton of money on trading, you really don’t want to show massive profits right here,” El-Erian said on “Squawk Box.” “You don’t want to say, ‘Hey look I’m doing OK,'” while millions and millions of Americans have lost their jobs in recent weeks. —Kevin Stankiewicz

11:04 am: Online lending platform SoLo Funds opens spigot on interest-free peer-to-peer microloans

Online lending platform SoLo Funds relaunched and opens money spigot on interest-free peer-to-peer microloans for cash-strapped Americans.

It uses a new model for peer-to-peer lending. It will provide microloans of between $50 and $1,000, with terms set by the borrower. There is no interest charged for the loans on the platform.

Borrowers set their own terms, select the repayment date, how much they need, the reason they need it and what they would like to tip the individual lender. Tips are capped at 10%. —Lori Ioannou

10:54 am: 60% of employers have reduced hiring in the last month, according to new data

A view of New York state department of labor office in Brooklyn New York USA during coronavirus pandemic on April 14, 2020.

John Nacion | NurPhoto | Getty Images

In the last month, amid the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in the U.S., 60% of employers have reduced job openings, with almost 25% of employers closing all of their postings, according to job searching platform Glassdoor.

When looking at its data, Glassdoor found that job openings on its site had decreased by 20.5% between March 9 and April 6, bringing its number of employment opportunities to 4.8 million. That number, according to Glassdoor, marks the lowest number of openings on its platform since February 2017.

“For perspective, the U.S. is on track to lose as many job openings on a percentage basis in the first four weeks of the crisis as we did in the first nine months of the Great Recession,” Glassdoor economist Daniel Zhao wrote in a blog post. —Courtney Connley

10:32 am: Bill Gates calls Trump’s decision to halt funding for WHO ‘as dangerous as it sounds’

Bill Gates said the White House should not withhold funding for the World Health Organization during a global pandemic, a day after the president announced his intent to do so.

President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. is suspending funding from WHO while it reviews the agency’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

“Halting funding for the World Health Organization during a world health crisis is as dangerous as it sounds,” Gates said on Twitter early Wednesday morning. —Jessica Bursztynsky, Christina Wilkie

10:21 am: Homebuilder confidence index takes the biggest one-month dive in its history

A contractor carries boards through a house under construction at the Lennar Corp. Tree Tops community development in Lancaster, South Carolina, U.S., on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018.

Travis Dove | Bloomberg | Getty Images

A crucial indicator of homebuilder sentiment suffered its biggest monthly drop in the index’s 35-year history this month, as the coronavirus pandemic hammered the American economy.

Builder confidence in the market for single-family homes plunged 42 points to a reading of 30 in April, the lowest point since June 2012, according to the latest National Association of Homebuilders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, or HMI. The survey dates back to January 1985.

The reading was expected to drop to 55. Anything above 50 is considered positive. The last negative reading was in June 2014. —Diana Olick

10:17 am: Abbott’s new antibody test could handle up to 20 million screenings in June

Abbott Laboratories launched its third test for the coronavirus and said it could be screening up to 20 million people for antibodies for Covid-19 by June. Abbott said it plans to distribute 4 million of the new antibody tests by the end of this month, after an initial shipment of 1 million tests this week to US customers, beginning Thursday.

“Antibody testing is an important next step to tell if someone has been previously infected,” Abbott said in a press release. “It will provide more understanding of the virus, including how long antibodies stay in the body and if they provide immunity,” the company said.

Abbott’s two other coronavirus tests, which only recently were introduced, determine whether a person has Covid-19 now. One of those tests can tell in 13 minutes or less if a person at a testing site is currently infected, while the other test is performed in labs.

The new antibody test announced Wednesday will reveal if a person also had been infected in the past, even if they were no longer sick. —Dan Mangan, Meg Tirrell

9:48 am: China didn’t warn public of likely pandemic for 6 key days 

President Xi Jinping warned the public they likely were facing a pandemic from a new coronavirus on Jan. 20. But by that time, more than 3,000 people had been infected during almost a week of public silence, according to internal documents obtained by The Associated Press and expert estimates based on retrospective infection data.

That delay from Jan. 14 to Jan. 20 was neither the first mistake made by Chinese officials at all levels in confronting the outbreak, nor the longest lag, as governments around the world have dragged their feet for weeks and even months in addressing the virus. 

“This is tremendous,” said Zuo-Feng Zhang, an epidemiologist at the University of California, Los Angeles. “If they took action six days earlier, there would have been much fewer patients and medical facilities would have been sufficient. We might have avoided the collapse of Wuhan’s medical system.”

Other experts noted that the Chinese government may have waited on warning the public to stave off hysteria, and that it did act quickly in private during that time. —Associated Press 

9:34 am: Dow tumbles more than 500 points as coronavirus shutdown slams economy, bank earnings 

Stocks fell sharply Wednesday as dismal economic data and weak bank earnings fueled concerns over the coronavirus’s impact on the U.S. economy.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 530 points at the open, or 2.2%. The S&P 500 slid 2.3% while the Nasdaq Composite traded 1.9% lower. —Fred Imbert, Maggie Fitzgerald 

9:30 am: New York, New Jersey continue to have highest number of confirmed cases 

9:24 am: Best Buy to furlough about 51,000 employees as its stores remain closed

Best Buy will furlough about 51,000 employees starting Sunday. The retailer’s stores have been closed across the country since March 22, but it has continued to pay its employees and offer curbside pickup. It also suspended all in-home delivery, installation and repairs.

Starting Sunday, Best Buy said it will furlough nearly all of its part-time store employees and some of its full-time store employees in the U.S. About 82% of its full-time store employees will continue to be paid. —Melissa Repko 

9:15 am: US clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine could show in weeks whether it works 

Researchers are working as quickly as science will allow to determine whether hydroxychloroquine, a decades-old malaria drug touted by President Donald Trump as a potential “game changer” in curtailing the Covid-19 pandemic, is effective in fighting the coronavirus. One study at NYU Langone and the University of Washington s a randomized controlled trial designed to determine whether hydroxychloroquine is any better than a placebo in preventing Covid-19. The New York State Department of Health, in partnership with the University of Albany, is also conducting a so-called observational study that researchers hope can shed some insight into the drug’s potential effectiveness in a matter of weeks, possibly before May. —Berkeley Lovelace, Jr.

9:13 am: New York manufacturing hits record low reading of -78.2 amid coronavirus collapse 

The Empire State Manufacturing Index for April hit minus 78.2, worse even than the -32.5 expected by economists surveyed by Dow Jones. The worst reading the index had seen was -34.3 during the financial crisis.

The index measures companies reporting better versus worse conditions over the past month. Just 7% reported stronger conditions, while 85% said things had weakened.

As businesses shut down due to coronavirus restrictions, it was no surprise that firms in New York, which has been the U.S. epicenter of cases, would experience a downturn or near total stoppage. However, the outlook ahead wasn’t much better, with the future expectations index registering a 7% reading. —Jeff Cox 

9:05 am: South Africa extends lockdown but offers a road map for reopening 

South Africa has extended its nationwide lockdown for two weeks but outlined criteria for lifting restrictions, with coronavirus cases in the country so far avoiding the sharp trajectory seen in Europe and the U.S.

South Africa remains the most affected country in Africa by the pandemic, with 2,415 confirmed cases as of Wednesday morning, according to Johns Hopkins University. However, the spread of Covid-19 has been far less severe than expected. —Elliot Smith 

8:59 am: US retail sales in March saw the biggest decline since 1992

U.S. retail sales suffered a record drop in March as mandatory business closures to control the spread of the coronavirus outbreak depressed demand for a range of goods, setting up consumer spending for its worst decline in decades.

The Commerce Department said retail sales plunged 8.7% in March, the biggest decline since the government started tracking the series in 1992, after falling by a revised 0.4% in February.

According to a Reuters survey of economists, retail sales were forecast to have fallen 8% last month. —Reuters

8:54 am: Harvard researchers warn social-distancing measures may need to remain in place into 2022 

Researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have warned that in the absence of a vaccine or an effective treatment of the coronavirus, social-distancing measures may be required through to 2022.

In a study published Tuesday in the journal Science, epidemiologists at Harvard assessed what is known about Covid-19 and other coronaviruses to anticipate possible scenarios for the current global health crisis.

It said social-distancing measures, such as school closures, bans on public gatherings and stay-at-home orders, may have to remain in place for at least the next couple of years.

“Absent other interventions, a key metric for the success of social distancing is whether critical care capacities are exceeded,” they said. “To avoid this, prolonged or intermittent social distancing may be necessary into 2022.” —Sam Meredith

8:45 am: Americans are spending their coronavirus stimulus checks on food, gas, and paying back friends 

Data compiled by digital bank Current found members who received stimulus payments over the past five days spent 16% of the money on food, including takeout and delivery. An additional 9% of spending was on groceries and 10% went toward gas.

“Clearly food is an issue, people are struggling,” Current CEO Stuart Sopp told CNBC. “They’re just trying to survive, and I think that’s what the stimulus was all about.”

The figures give an early glimpse at how Americans will use cash transfers from the government as the coronavirus pandemic has shut down businesses and left millions unemployed.

The CARES Act, which was passed by Congress at the end of March, provided one-time cash transfers of up to $1,200 to individuals to assist with the economic fallout of the pandemic. The Treasury Department said this week that tens of millions of Americans will receive payments via direct deposit by Wednesday. —Elizabeth Schulze

8:05 am: Trump’s decision to withdraw WHO funding prompts international criticism

President Donald Trump’s announcement that he is going to withdraw U.S. funding for the World Health Organization has provoked criticism from around the world.

Among those voicing opposition was philanthropist Bill Gates, who called the decision “as dangerous as it sounds.” Germany’s Foreign Minister Heiko Maas tweeted that “blaming does not help,” adding, “the virus knows no borders.” He said the WHO was already underfunded. The European Union’s foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, said he “deeply regretted” the decision.

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said earlier that now is “not the time” to cut WHO funding, as the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.The WHO is the United Nations’ health agency.

Trump said Tuesday the U.S. will suspend funding to the WHO while it reviews the agency’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. He has accused the agency of making mistakes in its approach to the virus. However, some have criticized the White House for what they see as an inadequate response to the crisis. —Holly Ellyatt

7:29 am: CDC director says the agency has a productive relationship with WHO

Center for Disease and Control (CDC) Director Robert Redfield testifies before the House Appropriations Committee on the CDC’s budget request for fiscal year 2021 on Capitol Hill on March 10, 2020 in Washington, DC.

Samuel Corum | Getty Images

The director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the agency has a very productive relationship with the World Health Organization, whose funding was cut by President Donald Trump over the coronavirus crisis.

“The CDC and WHO have had a long history of working together in multiple outbreaks around the world as we continue to do in this one,” CDC chief Robert Redfield said in an interview with ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “We’ve had a very productive public health relationship. We continue to have that.” —Reuters

7:14 am: WHO recommends governments restrict alcohol access

A customer wearing a glove grabs the wine “No Curfew” at the Total Wine & More liquor store in South Beach, Miami, on March 19, 2020.

Leila Macor | AFP | Getty Images

The World Health Organization’s regional office for Europe recommended governments restrict access to alcohol and “any relaxation of regulations or their enforcement should be avoided.” More than 3 million people die every year from alcohol, the WHO said, adding that alcohol consumption during an emergency can “exacerbate health vulnerability, risk-taking behaviors, mental health issues, and violence.”

Alcohol sales in the U.S. were up 22% at the end of March, compared with a year earlier, according to Nielsen. 

“During the COVID-19 pandemic, we should really ask ourselves what risks we are taking in leaving people under lockdown in their homes with a substance that is harmful both in terms of their health and the effects of their behavior on others, including violence,” said Carina Ferreira-Borges, program manager for WHO Europe’s alcohol and illicit drugs program. —Will Feuer

6:15 am: Russia rejects criticism of its handling of the crisis

A mural reading “Fight!” by the construction site of a new building of the Novomoskovsky multipurpose medical center for patients suspected of the COVID-19 coronavirus infection and passengers with acute respiratory viral infection (ARVI) symptoms arriving from countries with unfavorable epidemiological situation.

Sergei Savostyanov | TASS | Getty Images

The Kremlin rejected criticism of its handling of the coronavirus crisis after China said its largest source of new, imported cases, had come from the far northeastern part of the country that borders Russia.

“We hear that there is now an exchange of criticism over coronavirus between different countries, which is played like pingpong. We consider this to be a thankless exercise,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, Reuters reported. —Holly Ellyatt

5:40 am: Race for vaccine ‘is a global effort’ for mankind — not just one country, Germany says

As the coronavirus spreads around the world, experts are scrambling to develop a vaccine to protect millions of people from infection.

Finding a vaccine is a collaborative effort, experts say, and is expected to take around 12-18 months. The World Health Organization said over the weekend that there are currently 70 vaccine candidates in development.

But who, or which country, gets priority when a vaccine is finally found is yet to be seen and could prove controversial.

The president of Germany’s Federal Institute of Vaccines and Biomedicines, an agency of the German Ministry of Health, told CNBC that the race to develop a vaccine is a collaborative and cooperative effort. —Holly Ellyatt

5:05 am: Spain’s daily death toll from the virus falls

Coffins containing the bodies of people who have died of coronavirus (COVID-19) are lined up in the long-term parking of the Collserola morgue before they either buried or incinerated, on April 02, 2020 in Barcelona, Spain.

David Ramos | Getty Images

Spain’s death toll rose to 18,579, up from 18,056 the day before, Spain’s health ministry said. That’s a daily increase of 523 deaths, down from 567 deaths reported the previous day. On Monday, 517 new deaths had been reported.

The total number of confirmed cases in Spain has now reached 177, 633.—Holly Ellyatt

4:20 am: Crisis will erase nearly a decade of oil demand growth this year, IEA says

The International Energy Agency said it expects the coronavirus crisis to erase almost a decade of oil demand growth in 2020, with countries around the world effectively having to shut down in response to the pandemic.

A public health crisis has prompted governments to impose draconian measures on the lives of billions of people. It has created an unprecedented demand shock in energy markets, with mobility brought close to a standstill. —Sam Meredith

4:11 am: Germany to extend restrictions to May 3, media reports

Germany will extend restrictions on movement introduced last month to slow the spread of the coronavirus until at least May 3, Handelsblatt business daily reported, citing the country’s DPA news agency.

Chancellor Angela Merkel is holding a video conference on Wednesday with Cabinet ministers, and later with the leaders of Germany’s 16 states, Reuters reported.  Officials are set to discuss whether to ease lockdown measures given Germany’s improving coronavirus data. —Holly Ellyatt

Read CNBC’s coverage from CNBC’s Asia-Pacific and Europe teams overnight here: Criticism mounts on Trump after US withdraws funding for WHO

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“Once In 1,000 Years”: Top Medical Body Quotes Chinese Theory On COVID-19

'Once In 1,000 Years': Top Medical Body Quotes Chinese Theory On COVID-19

ICMR said the Chinese study shows coronavirus spread to humans from bats.

Highlights

  • Chinese tudy shows virus may have spread to humans from bats: ICMR
  • Transmission of virus from bats to humans happens once in 1000 years
  • Over 20 lakh people have been affected by COVID-19 globally

New Delhi:

The country’s top medical body on Wednesday said that a research study in China has shown that the coronavirus strain at the heart of the global COVID-19 pandemic is a mutated form of its variant found in bats.

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said that the study shows that the deadly virus may have infected humans either directly from bats or it may have been transmitted from bats to pangolins and then humans.

“As per a research in China, it was found that coronavirus might have mutated in bats so as to infect humans,” said ICMR’s head scientist Dr Raman R Gangakhedkar.

“There is also a possibility that bats might have transmitted it to pangolins, and from pangolins it got transmitted to humans,” he said.

“The event of coronavirus transmitting from bats to humans happens once in a thousand years. When some virus changes species, that is a rare event,” Dr Gangakhedkar.

Medical experts across the world are divided on theories about how the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which triggered the 2019 outbreak dubbed COVID-19, spread to humans.

Calling for more research, many scientists have rejected the theory that the virus emerged in humans in late 2019 from a wet market in China’s Wuhan that sold pangolins.

More than 20 lakh people across the world have been affected by COVID-19. The number of confirmed cases in India stands at 11,933 including 392 deaths.

The ICMR also said that they have found no instance of coronavirus jumping from bats to humans in India.

“At the time when the Nipah virus occurred, we started an investigation on the Indian animals to see which all have the ability to spread such kind of virus,” Dr Gangakhedkar told news agency ANI.

“We found that there are two types of bats, and they carried coronavirus which was not capable of affecting humans,” he said.

World

19,96,943Cases
13,68,501Active
5,00,837Recovered
1,27,605Deaths
Coronavirus has spread to 185 countries. The total confirmed cases worldwide are 19,96,943 and 1,27,605 have died; 13,68,501 are active cases and 5,00,837 have recovered as on April 15, 2020 at 5:24 pm.

India

11,933 1118Cases
10,197 925Active
1,344 154Recovered
392 39Deaths
In India, there are 11,933 confirmed cases including 392 deaths. The number of active cases is 10,197 and 1,344 have recovered as on April 15, 2020 at 5:00 pm.

State & District Details

State Cases Active Recovered Deaths

DistrictCases
Mumbai Suburban65
Ahmednagar21
Aurangabad8
Osmanabad4
Ratnagiri2
Sindhudurg1
Details Awaited*1839

2687 350

2250 302

259 30

178 18

DistrictCases
Central100
Shahdara60
New Delhi55
South West21
South East18
North East9
North West5
Details Awaited*1023

1561 51

1501 49

30

30 2

DistrictCases
Chennai150
Coimbatore60
Dindigul45
Tirunelveli36
Tiruchirappalli30
Namakkal28
Chengalpattu24
Tiruppur19
Thoothukudi17
Villupuram16
Cuddalore13
Thiruvallur12
Thiruvarur12
Nagapattinam11
Tirupattur11
Thanjavur11
Virudhunagar11
Tiruvannamalai9
Kanniyakumari6
Kanchipuram6
Sivaganga5
The Nilgiris4
Ramanathapuram2
Kallakurichi2
Perambalur1
Details Awaited*514

1204 31

1111 7

81 23

12 1

DistrictCases
Bhilwara26
Jhunjhunu20
Jaisalmer16
Dungarpur6
Bharatpur5
Pratapgarh2
Details Awaited*686

1005 126

855 112

147 14

3

DistrictCases
Chhindwara2
Details Awaited*760

987 257

870 241

64 13

53 3

DistrictCases
Gautam Buddha Nagar58
Ghaziabad23
Saharanpur13
Kanpur Nagar8
Maharajganj6
Firozabad4
Pratapgarh3
Bulandshahr3
Rae Bareli2
Prayagraj1
Shahjahanpur1
Moradabad1
Kaushambi1
Barabanki1
Details Awaited*431

735 78

673 70

51 2

11 6

DistrictCases
Ahmadabad76
Bhavnagar13
Gandhinagar12
Vadodara12
Porbandar3
Gir Somnath2
Panch Mahals1
Sabar Kantha1
Chhotaudepur1
Details Awaited*534

695 78

606 70

59 4

30 4

DistrictCases
Hyderabad169
Nizamabad26
Warangal Urban23
Medchal Malkajgiri16
Nalgonda13
Jogulamba Gadwal12
Ranga Reddy12
Adilabad10
Kamareddy9
Karimnagar8
Mahabubnagar8
Sangareddy7
Vikarabad4
Bhadradri Kothagudem4
Nagarkurnool2
Peddapalli2
Mahabubabad1
Jayashankar Bhupalapally1
Details Awaited*295

647 23

509 2

120 20

18 1

DistrictCases
Spsr Nellore41
Y.s.r. Kadapa25
Prakasam22
West Godavari21
Visakhapatnam20
Chittoor17
East Godavari12
Anantapur6
Details Awaited*221

503 30

478 28

16 2

9

DistrictCases
Kasaragod151
Ernakulam23
Thiruvananthapuram15
Malappuram13
Pathanamthitta13
Kozhikode12
Thrissur11
Alappuzha3
Details Awaited*64

387 8

173

211 13

3

DistrictCases
Srinagar33
Bandipora24
Baramulla16
Ganderbal2
Details Awaited*163

278 8

244

30 14

4

DistrictCases
Bengaluru Urban58
Chikballapur10
Uttar Kannad10
Dakshin Kannad7
Kalaburagi6
Bengaluru Rural5
Davangere2
Chitradurga1
Details Awaited*105

277 19

191 7

75 10

11 2

DistrictCases
Medinipur East12
24 Paraganas North6
Kalimpong6
24 Paraganas South4
Jalpaiguri4
Purba Bardhaman3
Medinipur West2
Paschim Bardhaman2
Darjeeling1
Details Awaited*113

213 23

169 22

37 1

7

DistrictCases
Gurugram35
Faridabad19
Fatehabad3
Panchkula2
Charki Dadri1
Details Awaited*50

199

162

34

3

DistrictCases
S.a.s Nagar25
Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar18
Amritsar10
Hoshiarpur7
Jalandhar6
Fatehgarh Sahib2
Pathankot2
Sas Mohali1
Kapurthala1
Details Awaited*97

186 10

159 9

14

13 1

DistrictCases
Gopalganj3
Begusarai2
Bhagalpur1
Lakhisarai1
Details Awaited*38

70 4

40 1

29 3

1

DistrictCases
Kalahandi1
Kendrapara1
Details Awaited*18

60 5

41 5

18

1

DistrictCases
Dehradun13
Udam Singh Nagar4
Pauri Garhwal1
Details Awaited*15

37 2

28

9 2

0

DistrictCases
Hailakandi1
Karimganj1
Lakhimpur1
Kamrup Metro1
South Salmara Mancachar1
Details Awaited*2

33 2

32 2

0

1

DistrictCases
Rajnandgaon1
Details Awaited*23

33 2

20

13 3

0

DistrictCases
Details Awaited*20

33 1

19 1

13

1

DistrictCases
Hazaribagh1
Details Awaited*24

27 3

25 3

0

2

DistrictCases
Chandigarh18
Details Awaited*3

21

14

7

0

DistrictCases
Leh Ladakh11
Details Awaited*3

17 2

7 2

10

0

DistrictCases
North And Middle Andaman7
South Andamans3
Details Awaited*1

11

1

10

0

DistrictCases
East Khasi Hills1
Details Awaited*6

7 6

6 5

0

1 1

DistrictCases
North Goa5
South Goa1
Details Awaited*1

7

2

5

0

DistrictCases
Pondicherry4
Details Awaited*2

7

6

1

0

DistrictCases
Imphal West1

2

1

1

0

DistrictCases
Details Awaited*1

2

2

0

0

DistrictCases

1

1

0

0

DistrictCases
Details Awaited*1

1

1

0

0

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