COVID-19 Update: Hospitalizations surge as daily new cases approach 200k

New cases and hospitalizations continue to rise across the country. The U.S. saw a record high 198,000 new cases on 20 November and hospitalizations are up 49 percent across the country compared to the same period two weeks ago. The dramatic rise in cases and hospitalizations prompted the CDC to urge Americans to reconsider travel during the holiday season.


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COVID-19 Update: US and Europe continue to lead global surge in cases

New cases and hospitalizations continue to surge. The U.S. saw a record high 142,000 new cases on 11 November and hospitalizations are up 37 percent across the country over the last 14 days. Daily new cases are averaging 128,000 over the last seven days, an increase of 69 percent over the week prior. Hospitals in the Midwest are approaching capacity, and some states, such as Wisconsin, have deployed a field hospital to deal with overflow.

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Global Guardian featured in Time Magazine

In TIME magazine's recent article, "The U.S. Capital Looks Like the Anxiety Americans Are Feeling on Election Day", the Global Guardian team was quoted for their predictions in their recent intelligence report.

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Dale Buckner featured in NY Times DealBook: Hope for the Best, EXPECT the Worst

In this week's NY Times DealBook, they highlighted how corporate America is preparing for a momentous election. Dale Buckner of Global Guardian had a chance to sit down with Lauren Hirsch to talk about companies’ preparations for potential unrest after the vote.

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COVID-19 Update: U.S. and Europe lead global surge in COVID-19 cases

New cases and hospitalizations are up significantly over the past month as the U.S. grapples with a "third wave" of COVID-19 outbreaks. The U.S. saw a record high 85,000 new cases on 23 October and hospitalizations are up 46 percent across the country. Wisconsin has deployed a field hospital and Utah hospitals are warning they may need to ration care.
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2020 Election - Situational Update

With less than one week until Election Day, tensions around the country are mounting. While the year 2020 has brought many surprises, the controversial nature of the election is one of the few certainties. Reeling from the human and economic toll of the COVID-19 pandemic, and facing severe racial strife – the perceived stakes are high. What’s more, a combination of technical and political challenges has set the stage for a disputed election in which there is an elevated possibility for election-related unrest.

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COVID-19 Update: Europe firmly in grip of second wave

Daily new cases have steadily increased over the last month, with an average of 52,000 cases per day over the past week, an increase of 21 percent from the average two weeks earlier.
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Dale Buckner featured in GSX+ Virtual Thought Leadership Interview

At this year’s GSX+ virtual event, Dale Buckner, Global Guardian CEO, had the chance to sit down with Charles Alcock from ASIS International, to share how the Global Guardian team has adapted to a changing security environment amid COVID-19.

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Special Report - Azerbaijan and Armenia Fight Over Disputed Region

Outbreak of Hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh Region:

On 27 September, armed conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan ignited at the Line of Contact (LoC) in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. Fighting has since centralized in the Tartar and Fizuli regions with unconfirmed but significant numbers of military and civilian casualties on both sides. Present-day conflict between former-USSR countries Armenia and Azerbaijan dates back to 1988 as the culmination of unresolved ethnic land disputes in a region of strategic importance to regional and international powers. 

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COVID-19 Update: UK Sets Out New Restrictions Amid Surge

The case trend in the U.S. has ticked up slightly again, now at 41,000 daily new cases on average over the last seven days. This compares to the 38,000 daily new cases on average from the week prior. The U.S. has now recorded nearly 7,000,000 confirmed cases and over 200,000 deaths.
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