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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Timeline (कोरोनाभाईरस समयतालिका)

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COVID-19 Timeline

Updated on 8:40 pm EST, January 4, 2022: Exclusive: The Coronavirus (COVID-19), new, pandemic disease that started in December 2019 but now has infected more than 294+ millions people worldwide according to data compiled by John Hopkins University & Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center.

Total countries and territories: 240

Worldwide total infection: 294,954,966

Worldwide death toll: 5,455,810

United States total infections: 56,189,547

United States total death toll: 827,748

आफूलाई सुसूचित गराउनुहोस्, सचेत हुनुहोस् र सुरक्षित रहनुहोस्। Stay informed, Be alert and Stay safe.

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December 31, Tuesday, 2019:

China informs the World Health Organization’s China office about the cases of an unknown illness. (Axios)

January 7, Tuesday, 2020:

Chinese President Xi Jinping announces measures to contain the Coronavirus spread.

January 11, Saturday, 2020:

China reported its first death, a 61-year-old man.

January 13, Monday, 2020:

The first Coronavirus case reported in Thailand, the first known case outside China. (Axios)

January 20, Monday, 2020:

The first US case is reported, a 35-year-old man in Snohomish County, Washington.

January 21, Tuesday, 2020:

The U.S. Government’s CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) confirms the first Coronavirus infection case in the United States.

January 22, Wednesday, 2020:

President Trump says, “We have it totally under control.”

January 23, Thursday, 2020:

Chinese Government locked down Wuhan city, epicenter of Coronavirus. It blocked people from leaving or entering the city except essential works.

January 31, Friday, 2020:

President Trump banned foreign nationals from entering the U.S. from China.

February 2, Sunday, 2020:

The first COVID-19-related death outside of China was announced in the Philippines.

February 6, Thursday, 2020:

A person who died at home in Santa Clara County in San Fransisco on Feb. 6 was infected with the coronavirus at the time of death, a stunning discovery that makes that individual the first recorded COVID-19 fatality in the United States, according to autopsy results released by public health officials late Tuesday, April 21, 2020. (San Fransisco Chronicle)

February 7, Friday, 2020 :

Chinese doctor who first warned of Coronavirus Dr. Li Wenliang died.

(Li Wenliang wears a respirator mask, following the coronavirus outbreak, in Wuhan, China, on February 3, 2020. LI WENLIANG/GAN EN FUND via REUTERS)

February 10, Monday, 2020:

President Trump says, “I think the virus is going to be -it’s going to be fine.”

February 11, Tuesday, 2020:

WHO announces that the disease caused by the new coronavirus would be called "COVID-19."

The World Health Organization (WHO) announces a name for the new coronavirus disease as COVID-19.

"We now have a name for the #2019nCoV disease: COVID-19.

I’ll spell it: C-O-V-I-D hyphen one nine – COVID-19"

That means Co=Corona, VI=Virus and D=Disease 2019 = COVID-19

It also put forward the guideline of naming the disease:

“Guidelines mandated that the name of the disease could not refer to a geographical location, an animal, an individual or group of people. It also needed to relate to the disease and be pronounceable. This choice will help guard against the use of other names that might be inaccurate or stigmatizing.”

February 24, Monday, 2020:

President Trump claims, “The Coronavirus is very much under control in the USA. … Stock Market starting to look very good to me!”

February 26, Wednesday, 2020:

President Trump made another claims by saying, "Because of all we've done, the risk to the American people remains very low. … When you have 15 people, and the 15 within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero. That's a pretty good job we've done."

February 28, Friday, 2020:

President Trump again assures, "It's going to disappear. One day, it's like a miracle, it will disappear."

February 28, Friday, 2020:

President Trump blames, "The Democrats are politicizing the coronavirus,...This is their new hoax."

February 29, Saturday, 2020:

The US confirms its first death from Coronavirus, was a man in his 50s who had chronic underlying health issues. He died at EvergreenHealth, a hospital in King County, Washington.

February 29, Saturday - March 19, Thursday, 2020:

Nearly all U.S. States declared a state of emergency. (Business Insider)

March 7, Saturday, 2020:

New York State declares a state of emergency When it has 87 Coronavirus infections and one death.

March 9, Monday, 2020:

Italy placed all 60 million of its residents on lockdown due to Coronavirus pandemic. Italy has now 55,578 cases of the coronavirus and 4,825 death related to it as of Mach 21, 2020.

March 9, Monday, 2020:

President Trump still blames, “The Fake News Media and their partner, the Democrat Party, is doing everything within its semi-considerable power (it used to be greater!) to inflame the CoronaVirus situation, far beyond what the facts would warrant. Surgeon General, ‘The risk is low to the average American.”

March 9, Monday, 2020:

President Trump still downplays the severity of Coronavirus, “So last year 37,000 Americans died from the common Flu. It averages between 27,000 and 70,000 per year. Nothing is shut down, life & the economy go on. At this moment there are 546 confirmed cases of CoronaVirus, with 22 deaths. Think about that!”

March 11, Wednesday, 2020:

WHO (World Health Organization) declares the outbreak a pandemic.

March 11, Wednesday, 2020:

President Trump bans all travel from 26 European countries.

March 13, Friday, 2020:

President Trumps declares national emergency over the coronavirus outbreak- “The spread of COVID-19 within our Nation’s communities threatens to strain our Nation’s healthcare systems. As of March 12, 2020, 1,645 people from 47 States have been infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. It is incumbent on hospitals and medical facilities throughout the country to assess their preparedness posture and be prepared to surge capacity and capability. Additional measures, however, are needed to successfully contain and combat the virus in the United States.”

Read full Proclamation on Declaring a National Emergency Concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak by President Trump at:

March 13, Friday, 2020:

While announcing National Emergency, President Trump said he was making $50 billion in federal funds available to states and territories to combat the coronavirus.

March 14, Saturday, 2020:

The Trump administration on Saturday expanded travel restrictions from Europe to include the United Kingdom and Ireland as it works to slow the spread of coronavirus. (CNN)

March 16, Monday, 2020:

Market crash: US$7 trillions?

“The World Health Organisation declared the COVID-19 coronavirus a pandemic last Wednesday, wiping US$7 trillion off global equity markets. A day later, now marked down in history as Black Thursday, the Dow Jones index in the US closed down 2,353 points (-10%), the worst single day points decline since Black Monday in 1987.” -Kylie-Anne Richards, University of Technology Sydney (Published in

March 16, Monday, 2020:

President Trump first time uses Coronavirus as Chinese virus“ in his Twitter post:

The United States will be powerfully supporting those industries, like Airlines and others, that are particularly affected by the Chinese Virus. We will be stronger than ever before!”

March 16, Monday, 2020:

Infection by age

As of March 16, a total of 4,226 COVID-19 cases had been reported in the United States, with reports increasing to 500 or more cases per day beginning March 14 (Figure 1). Among 2,449 patients with known age, 6% were aged ≥85, 25% were aged 65–84 years, 18% each were aged 55–64 years and 45–54 years, and 29% were aged 20–44 years (Figure 2). Only 5% of cases occurred in persons aged 0–19 years. (

March 17, Tuesday, 2020:

Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Geng Shuang said at a press briefing on Tuesday that Trump’s tweet smears Beijing, state broadcaster CCTV reported. “We are very angry and strongly oppose it,” he said, “The U.S should redress its mistake and stop baseless attacks against China.” (

March 19, Thursday, 2020:

“For the first time, China reports zero local infections. China on March 19 reported no new local infections for the previous day, a milestone in the ongoing fight against the pandemic.” (

March 19, Thursday, 2020:

U.S. Senate economic stimulus bill

“Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) releases a massive economic stimulus bill to fight the Coronavirus outbreak and its impact, According to bill, the legislation would provide checks of $1,200 per adult for many families, as well as $500 for every child in those families. Families filing jointly would receive up to $2,400 for the adults. The size of the checks would diminish for those earning more than $75,000 and phase out completely for those earning more than $99,000. The poorest families, those with no federal income tax liability, would see smaller benefits, though the minimum would be set at $600.” (

Recession and job losses

“The coronavirus stock market crash has ushered in recession 2020, as shutdowns of economic activity roll across Asia, Europe and now the U.S. Fiscal and monetary policy will play critical roles in keeping the coronavirus recession from snowballing into a coronavirus depression. As the White House pushes to quickly enact a stimulus package that could approach $1.2 trillion, coronavirus layoffs are surging across the country. The Labor Department reported that new claims for jobless benefits jumped 70,000 last week to 281,000.” -Jed Graham (

March 22, Sunday, 2020:

“Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard predicted the U.S. unemployment rate may hit 30% in the second quarter because of shutdowns to combat the coronavirus, with an unprecedented 50% drop in gross domestic product.” (

March 24, Tuesday, 2020:

First Nepali dies in the United States from Coronavirus infection. New Yorker Anil Subba Limbu (aka Ramesh Sambahamphe), 49, had developed since March 8 and succumbed to death after hospitalization with ventilator for last 4 days. He was a ride-sharing Uber driver, social activist. He is survived by his wife, two sons 22, 11 and daughter 20. He was native of Kummayak-4, Panchthar, Nepal and had been living in New York City for last 20-21 years.

March 24, Tuesday, 2020:

Nepal declares full lockdown for a week starting March 24, a decision the government made after finding only the second case, a Nepali student arriving home from France via Qatar. (

March 25, Wednesday, 2020:

U.K.’s Prince Charles, the 71-year-old heir to the British throne, announces that he was infected by Coronavirus. Prince Charles office said:

“The Prince of Wales has tested positive for Coronavirus. He has been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health and has been working from home throughout the last few days as usual.

The Duchess of Cornwall has also been tested but does not have the virus. In accordance with Government and medical advice, The Prince and The Duchess are now self-isolating at home in Scotland. The tests were carried out by the NHS in Aberdeenshire where they met the criteria required for testing.

It is not possible to ascertain from whom The Prince caught the virus owing to the high number of engagements he carried out in his public role during recent weeks.” (

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March 25, Wednesday, 2020:

Bravo TV’s Top Chef Masters Seaso-3 (2011) winner, India-born celebrity Chef Floyd Cardoz, 59, died of Coronavirus. He had returned from Mumbai, India on March 8 after shooting of Netflix‘s Ugly Delicious series and hospitalized in New Jersey for fever and later diagnosed with Coronavirus. He owns Tabla, North Inn Grill, Pawwala and Bambay Bread Bar in New York City.

March 25, Wednesday, 2020:

“A California social media prankster claims he was hospitalized with the coronavirus — just days after posting a video of himself licking a toilet bowl for a nauseating online challenge.

Photo from Larz Twitter, publishes by

The TikTok personality, known as Larz, reportedly posted footage of himself in a hospital bed on Sunday, according to the Daily Mail.

March 27, Friday, 2020:

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tested positive for Coronavirus

Read his statement from his official page:

“Hi folks.

I want to bring you up to speed on something that’s happening today which is that I’ve developed mild symptoms of the coronavirus. That’s to say – a temperature and a persistent cough.

And, on the advice of the Chief Medical Officer, I’ve taken a test. That has come out positive.

So I am working from home. I’m self-isolating. And that’s entirely the right thing to do.“ (

Photo courtesy: March 27, Friday, 2020

“It is now clear that we have entered a recession as bad or worse than in 2009,” -Kristalina Georgieva, managing director of the IMF (International Monetary Fund) (The Wall Street Journal)

March 27, Friday, 2020:

U.S. Coronavirus infection crossed 100,000

U.S. death toll rises to 1,701 people and infected 104,463 as of 11:30 pm EST, March 27, 2020 according to data compiled by

United States has now surpassed China with 104,463 infections to China‘s 81, 933 infections.

March 28, Saturday, 2020:

A German state finance minister Thomas Schaefer, 54, committed suicide after expressing “despair” over how to handle the economic fallout from coronavirus pandemic.

March 29, Sunday, 2020:

President Trump announces another 30-day extension of coronavirus guidelines until April 30, 2020.

March 29, Sunday, 2020:

Nepal Government has extended nationwide lockdown till April 7.

March 29, Sunday, 2020:

A plane from Shanghai arrived in New York Sunday morning carrying 12 million gloves, 130,000 N95 masks, 1.7 million surgical masks, 50,000 gowns, 130,000 hand sanitizer units, and 36,000 thermometers. (Axios)

March 30, Monday, 2020:

U.S. Navy‘s hospital ship, USNS Comfort arrives in New York Harbor, adjacent to New York City which has 1,000 beds to treat Coronavirus patients.

March 31, Tuesday, 2020:

CNN’s Chris Cuomo tested positive for Coronavirus. He runs popular news program "Cuomo Prime Time". After diagnosed with COVID-19 positive, he anchored his program from his home basement where he is quarantine.

March 31, Tuesday, 2020:

U.S. President Trump says, "I want every American to be prepared for the hard days that lie ahead. We're going to go through a very tough two weeks,"..."This could be a hell of a bad two weeks. This is going to be a very bad two, and maybe three weeks. This is going to be three weeks like we've never seen before.”..."This is not the flu,'s vicious,"...“I wanted as few as a number of people to die as possible. And that's all we're working on."

March 31, Tuesday, 2020:

White House Coronavirus Task Force Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci presented Coronavirus projection between 100,000 and 240,000 deaths in the United States. They also predicted a peak in Coronavirus fatalities over the next two weeks.

They also have presented a grime epidemiological models that predicted that without any mitigation measures there would be as high as 2.2 million Coronavirus fatalities in the United States.

"There is no magic bullet. No magic vaccine or therapy. It's just behavior," -Dr. Deborah Birx

"We don't accept that number, that that's what it's going to be. We want to do much better than that." -Dr. Anthony Fauci

April 2, Thursday, 2020:

President Trump issued Memorandum on Order Under the Defense Production Act Regarding 3M Company to make for N-95 respirators.

April 2, Thursday, 2020:

Total of 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week. (The Wall Street Journal)

April 2, Thursday, 2020:

Today worldwide Coronavirus total infection crossed 1 million to 1,015,403

April 3, Friday, 2020:

"We know the fact that the first half of this year the likely contraction of economic activity in places such as the United States is going to be the worst since the end of the Second World War."

"Wall Street was down 30 percent," Ruchir Sharma said. "The 30 percent decline took place over 18 trading days. Historically, during recessions, that's happened over 15 months. This is the fastest fall the markets have had since 1929." -Ruchir Sharma, chief global strategist and head of emerging markets at Morgan Stanley Investment Management (Fox News)

April 5, Sunday, 2020:

“This is going to be the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans’ lives, quite frankly. This is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment, our 9/11 moment, only it’s not going to be localized,” he said. “It’s going to be happening all over the country. And I want America to understand that.”- U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams (Fox News)

April 5, Sunday, 2020:

“A tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City has tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19, and six other big cats are exhibiting symptoms consistent with the illness, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Sunday afternoon.” -National Geographic

April 7, Tuesday, 2020:

Most death in a single day in the United States at 1,736

April 7, Tuesday, 2020:

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the face of the White House's coronavirus response, predicted Tuesday night that the United States will be able to reopen its schools in the fall thanks to the expected progress by then in disease mitigation measures for the coronavirus. (Fox News)

April 7, Tuesday, 2020:

Nepal government extended the ongoing nationwide lockdown until April 15 to battle the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. (TheDiplomat)

April 8, Wednesday, 2020:

Chinese Government lifted up 76-day lockdown in Wuhan city, epicenter of Coronavirus that was in place since January 23. It blocked people from leaving or entering the city except essential works during the lockdown period. China has reported 82,809 Coronavirus infection and more than 3,300 deaths so far since its first diagnosis in December last year. The Chinese government also announced zero Coronavirus reported on Wednesday.

April 10, Friday, 2020: The United States has more Coronavirus cases than any other nation with 466,396 infection. New York State has more cases (161,807) than second most cases country Spain (157,022). Other top 10 Coronavirus infection cases nations are Italy (143,626), France (118,790), Germany (118,235), China (82,940), Iran (68,192), UK (65,872), Turkey (42,282) and Belgium (26,667) according to data compiled by John Hopkins University & Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center.

April 10, Friday, 2020:

United States Coronavirus total infection crosses half million mark to 500,399 and total death toll stood at 18,350

April 11, Saturday, 2020:

United States has more Coronavirus deaths than other countries with 20,463.

April 13, Monday, 2020:

Spainish government announced that police would begin handing out 10 million protective masks at metro stations and other transport hubs, while reiterating guidance on social distancing and regular hand-washing. (CNN)

April 13, Monday, 2020:

“The virus is very likely to come back very significantly in the next coronavirus season, which will happen next December, January, February.

I think that we will be much more prepared for it as it comes back a second time.

We need to really maximize our social distancing. It's all hands on deck right now. No letup.

I want everyone to stay firm — all hands on deck until we're comfortable the transmission of this virus has not slowed, but stopped.” -Dr. Robert Redfield, Director, CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) on NBC

April 13, Monday, 2020:

“When somebody’s the president of the United States, the authority is total,” Mr. Trump asserted at a raucous press briefing on Monday evening. “And that’s the way it’s got to be.” -The New York Times

“We don’t have a king in this country,” Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York said on Tuesday, adding, “There are laws and facts — even in this wild political environment.” He rebutted Mr. Trump’s claim by citing a line from Alexander Hamilton, observing that presidential encroachment on powers that the Constitution reserved to the states would be “repugnant to every rule of political calculation.” -The New York Times

This is a crisis like no other, and there is substantial uncertainty about its impact on people’s lives and livelihoods.

Under the assumption that the pandemic and required containment peaks in the second quarter for most countries in the world, and recedes in the second half of this year, in the April World Economic Outlook we project global growth in 2020 to fall to -3 percent. This is a downgrade of 6.3 percentage points from January 2020, a major revision over a very short period. This makes the Great Lockdown the worst recession since the Great Depression, and far worse than the Global Financial Crisis.”

April 14, Tuesday, 2020:

President Trump announces to halt WHO (World Health Organization) funding over handling of coronavirus outbreak. U.S. provides $400-500 millions to WHO each year.

April 14, Tuesday, 2020:

“As of April 3, Trump’s 1,170th day in office, our database shows that he has made 18,000 false or misleading claims. That’s an average of more than 15 claims a day,...” (The Washington Post)

April 16, Thursday, 2020:

More than 22 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefit due to Coronavirus pandemic shutdown.

April 17, Friday, 2020:

President Trump posted today three tweets saying “Liberate Minnesota !“, “Liberate Michigan!”, and “Liberate Virginia, and save your great 2nd Amendment. It’s under seize.”

April 17, Friday, 2020:

President Trump unveils Phase One and Phase Two of Opening up America Again guideline:

Phase One


ALL VULNERABLE INDIVIDUALS should continue to shelter in place. Members of households with vulnerable residents should be aware that by returning to work or other environments where distancing is not practical, they could carry the virus back home. Precautions should be taken to isolate from vulnerable residents.

All individuals, WHEN IN PUBLIC (e.g., parks, outdoor recreation areas, shopping areas), should maximize physical distance from others. Social settings of more than 10 people, where appropriate distancing may not be practical, should be avoided unless precautionary measures are observed.

Avoid SOCIALIZING in groups of more than 10 people in circumstances that do not readily allow for appropriate physical distancing (e.g., receptions, trade shows)

MINIMIZE NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL and adhere to CDC guidelines regarding isolation following travel.

Phase Two


ALL VULNERABLE INDIVIDUALS should continue to shelter in place. Members of households with vulnerable residents should be aware that by returning to work or other environments where distancing is not practical, they could carry the virus back home. Precautions should be taken to isolate from vulnerable residents.

All individuals, WHEN IN PUBLIC (e.g., parks, outdoor recreation areas, shopping areas), should maximize physical distance from others. Social settings of more than 50 people, where appropriate distancing may not be practical, should be avoided unless precautionary measures are observed.


Read full guidelines at:

April 19, Sunday, 2020:

One World: Together At Home broadcast on Saturday raised a total of $127.9 million, providing $55.1 million to the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and $72.8 million to local and regional responders.

The historic broadcast was hosted by Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert, alongside friends from Sesame Street to help unify and inspire people around the world.

April 20, Monday, 2020:

President Trump announces to temporarily halting of immigration into United States in his tweet: “In light of the attack from the Invisible Enemy, as well as the need to protect the jobs of our GREAT American Citizens, I will be signing an Executive Order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States!”

April 21, Tuesday, 2020:

President Trump says the 60-day ban on immigration that he announced will only apply to people applying for permanent residency. he reasons that it is to protect American jobs due to Coronavirus pandemic.

April 21, Tuesday, 2020:

U.S. Senate has passed $484 billion interim emergency bill to expand funding for small businesses, hospitals, and Coronavirus testing. The House of Representatives is expected to pass the bill this week.

April 21, Tuesday, 2020:

A person who died at home in Santa Clara County on Feb. 6 was infected with the coronavirus at the time of death, a stunning discovery that makes that individual the first recorded COVID-19 fatality in the United States, according to autopsy results released by public health officials late Tuesday. (San Fransisco Chronicle)

April 21, Tuesday, 2020:

“There’s a possibility that the assault of the virus on our nation next winter will actually be even more difficult than the one we just went through,” CDC Director Robert Redfield said in an interview with The Washington Post.

April 22, Friday, 2020:

WHO says,

“Make no mistake: we have a long way to go. This virus will be with us for a long time.

There’s no question that stay-at-home orders and other physical distancing measures have successfully suppressed transmission in many countries.”

“Find every case;

Isolate every case;

Test every case;

Care for every case;

Trace and quarantine every contact;

And educate, engage and empower your people. The fight cannot be effective without empowering people and without the full participation of our people.

Countries that don’t do these six central things, and do them consistently, will see more cases, and more lives will be lost.

To be clear, WHO’s advice is to find and test every suspected case, not every person in a population.” -Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO (World Health Organizatio) Director-General's opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID-19

April 23, Thursday, 2020:

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed $480 billions funding bill That was passed by Senate on Tuesday for small businesses to overcome the coronavirus pandemic.

April 23, Thursday, 2020:

President Trump says during Coronavirus briefing at White House, “I see the disinfectant that knocks it out in a minute, one minute,”... “And is there a way we can do something like that by injection inside, or almost a cleaning? Because you see it gets inside the lungs and it does a tremendous number on the lungs, so it would be interesting to check that.”

But, health experts and medical doctors warn of health hazards and potential death if consumed or injected into human body as Trump suggested.

April 24, Friday, 2020:

Meanwhile, disinfectant maker Reckitt Benckiser says, "As a global leader in health and hygiene products, we must be clear that under no circumstance should our disinfectant products be administered into the human body (through injection, ingestion or any other route)," a spokesperson for Reckitt Benckiser, the United Kingdom-based owner of Lysol, said in a statement to NBC News.

April 24, Friday, 2020:

U.S. Coronavirus deaths toll crosses 50 thousands and infections Crosses 870,000.

April 25, Saturday, 2020:

President Trump tweeted, “What is the purpose of having White House News Conferences when the Lamestream Media asks nothing but hostile questions, & then refuses to report the truth or facts accurately. They get record ratings, & the American people get nothing but Fake News. Not worth the time & effort!“

April 25, Saturday, 2020:

Worldwide Coronavirus death toll crosses to 200,000 to 202,832

April 28, Tuesday, 2020:

President Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday invoking the Defense Production Act to keep meat processing plants open.

April 28, Tuesday, 2020:

U.S. Coronavirus infections surpasses one million to 1,091,877. Deaths toll reaches 58,358

May 8, Friday, 2020:

U.S. unemployment rate for April month is 14.7 % or 20.5 million which is second highest after Great Depression’s about 25%.

May 15, Friday, 2020:

New York, New Jersey Louisiana, Oregon and Virginia started partial reopening.

May 15, Friday, 2020:

President Trump says “I call it the super duper missile” while announcing new missile system which will be 17 times faster than current ones.

May 21, Thursday, 2020:

U.S. unemployment insurance claim last week was 2.4 millions Making it 38.6 millions total in nine weeks due to Coronavirus pandemic.

May 21, Thursday, 2020:

China announces to contribute $2 billions to World Health Organization (WHO) while Trump Administration threatened to suspend its contribution.

May 26, Tuesday, 2020:

President Trump‘s tweet has been put into fact check first time by Twitter about Mail-in-ballot frays claim:

May 27, Wednesday, 2020:

U.S. death tolls from Coronavirus surpasses 100,000 while worldwide deaths surpassed at 356,000

May 28, Thursday, 2020:

President Trump’s tweet has been flag off by Twitter for glorifying violence.

May 29, Friday, 2020:

President Trump announces to terminate United State’s membership with World Health Organization (WHO)

July 1, Wednesday, 2020:

Coronavirus highest infection in USA after previous high on April 24: 36,739 new cases in a single day. New high on July 1 is: 50,655 new cases in a single day.

July 11, Saturday, 2020:

President Trump wore a mask publicly for the first time when he has visited Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, USA.

August 11, Tuesday, 2020:

Russia became the first country in the world to approve a COVID-10 vaccine called Sputnik V which is developed by the Gamaleya National Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology (Moscow, Russia)

October 2, Friday, 2020:

U.S. President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive. After the test results he tweeted, ‘-‘Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!’

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November 9, Monday, 2020:

Pfizer, New York-based American multinational pharmaceutical company became the first to announces that its COVID-19 vaccine shot which was developed in collaboration with German biotechnology company, BioNTech, is successfully prevented COVID-19 in clinical trials with more than 95% effectiveness.

November 13, Friday, 2020:

Dr. Moncef Slaoui, the chief advisor to White House's Operation Warp Speed, has said that 20 million Americans could get a COVID-19 shot before the end of 2020. In each subsequent month after that, another 25 to 30 million Americans could get vaccinated, he said. (

November 16, Monday, 2020:

Moderna, Cambridge, Massachusetts-based American biotechnology company announces that its COVID-19 vaccine shot is 95% effective.

November 18, Wednesday, 2020:

Pfizer announces that COVID-19 vaccine's efficacy rate of 95% in participants without prior SARS-CoV-2 infection (first primary objective) and also in participants with and without prior SARS-CoV-2 infection (second primary objective). (

November 20, Friday, 2020:

Pfizer has applied for an emergency use authorization (EUA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

November 23, Monday, 2020:

AstraZeneca, British-Swedish multinational biopharmaceutical company announces that its COVID-19 vaccine which is developed in collaboration with Oxford University, is effective up to 90 percent effective.

November 30, Monday, 2020:

Moderna has applied for an emergency use authorization (EUA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

December 1, Tuesday, 2020:

CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), U.S. federal agency's COVID-19 Vaccination Recommendations to Date:

"When a COVID-19 vaccine is authorized by FDA and recommended by ACIP, vaccination in the initial phase of the COVID-19 vaccination program (Phase 1a) should be offered to both 1) healthcare personnel and 2) residents of long-term care facilities.

Healthcare personnel are defined as paid and unpaid people serving in health care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious materials. Long-term care facility residents are defined as adults who reside in facilities that provide a variety of services, including medical and personal care, to persons who are unable to live independently." (

December 2, Wednesday, 2020:

United Kingdom (UK) became the first country to approve a Covid-19 vaccine that is developed by Pfizer and BioNTech.

December 11, Friday, 2020:

U.S. FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has authorized Covid-19 vaccine that is developed by Pfizer and BioNTech for use in persons aged 16 years and older for the prevention of COVID-19.

According to CDC, “The federal government will oversee a centralized system to order, distribute, and track COVID-19 vaccines. All vaccines will be ordered through CDC. Vaccine providers will receive vaccines from CDC’s centralized distributor or directly from a vaccine manufacturer.”

Who is paying for COVID-19 vaccine ?

“Vaccine doses purchased with U.S. taxpayer dollars will be given to the American people at no cost. However, vaccination providers will be able to charge an administration fee for giving the shot to someone. Vaccine providers can get this fee reimbursed by the patient’s public or private insurance company or, for uninsured patients, by the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Provider Relief Fund.”

December 14, Monday, 2020:

"The next four to six months could be the worst of the epidemic,"

"If we would follow the rules in terms of wearing masks and not mixing, we could avoid a large percentage of these deaths"

-Bill Gates said Jake Taper on CNN’s State of the Union

December 29, Tuesday, 2020:

Colorado Governor Jared Polis said his state had discovered the nation’s first known case of the highly infectious coronavirus variant B.1.1.7, which was originally documented in the United Kingdom.(Reuters)

December 29, Tuesday, 2020:

“it’s going to take years, not months, to vaccinate the American people.” -Presiden-elect Joe Biden

December 29, Tuesday, 2020:

Louisiana Republican Congressman-elect Luke Letlow, 41, died Tuesday at Ochsner LSU Health in Shreveport from complications of COVID-19.

January 20, Wednesday, 2021:

Newly sworn-in U.S. President Joe Biden announces the his administration will deliver 100 millions COVID-19 vaccines in 100 days.

January 22, Friday, 2021:

COVID-19 Vaccinations in the United States

Total Doses Distributed


Total Doses Administered


Number of People Receiving 1 or More Doses


Number of People Receiving 2 Doses


CDC | Data as of: Jan 22 2021 6:00am ET

March 12, Friday 2021:

Tomorrow is March 13th, anniversary of national emergency announcement made last year. Since December 14th last year, more than 98.2 million doses COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in the United States, reaching 19.3% of the total population, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. President Joe Biden has promised to deliver 100 millions vaccines in his 100 days in office. Currently, about 2.2 million shots a day are administered which is good sign for gearing towards getting enough American adult among 300+ millions American people getting vaccinated before the Summer.

There are 29,320,580 infection cases and 531,654 deaths due to COVID-19 infection in the United States according to John Hopkins University data. Global COVID-19 infection stood at 118,851,321 and lives lost at 2,634,428.

March 13, Saturday, 2021:

“More than 345.2 million vaccine doses have been administered worldwide, equal to 4.5 doses for every 100 people.” -The New York Times

May 31, Monday, 2021:

“WHO has assigned simple, easy to say and remember labels for key variants of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, using letters of the Greek alphabet.

While they have their advantages, these scientific names can be difficult to say and recall, and are prone to misreporting. As a result, people often resort to calling variants by the places where they are detected, which is stigmatizing and discriminatory. To avoid this and to simplify public communications, WHO encourages national authorities, media outlets and others to adopt these new labels.”

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Economic Impact

Many countries have locked down their cities, offices, businesses and borders to contain its spread. With millions job loses worldwide, world economy is heading into painful recession, UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) said, “Apart from the tragic human consequences of the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic, the economic uncertainty it has sparked will likely cost the global economy $1 trillion in 2020. It’s unprecedented critical time to stay vigil, maintain social distance and calmness and try our best to not let this virus to spread more and cripple our lives.

Note: This Coronavirus (COVID-19) Timeline (कोरोनाभाईरस समयतालिका) is compiled for with data from CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), WHO (World Health Organization, John Hopkins University & Medicine’s Coronavirus Resource Center, U.S. Government’s CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention);, New York Times (, The Washington Post (, The Wall Street Journal,, Fox News,, NBC, IMF,,, National Geographic,,,,,,, PFizer



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