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Covid-19 Live Updates: Deaths Near 1 Million Globally and 200,000 in the U.S.

Le Sep 21, 2020
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Coronavirus cases in Britain could reach 50,000 a day by next month and prompt a new spike in fatalities, the country's top scientific and medical advisers said. British health officials warned of a six-month battle to control the virus. Live updates: https://t.co/Xt5AsbYODP
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The staggering toll of the pandemic comes as at least 73 countries are seeing surges in newly detected cases.

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Le Sep 21, 2020
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Coronavirus cases in Britain could reach 50,000 a day by next month and prompt a new spike in fatalities, the country's top scientific and medical advisers said. British health officials warned of a six-month battle to control the virus. Live updates: https://t.co/Xt5AsbYODP
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Covid-19 Live Updates: Deaths Near 1 Million Globally and 200,000 in the U.S.

Covid-19 Live Updates: Deaths Near 1 Million Globally and 200,000 in the U.S.

The staggering toll of the pandemic comes as at least 73 countries are seeing surges in newly detected cases.

Coronavirus Live Updates: Texas Has Too Many Cases to Reopen, Governor Warns

Coronavirus Live Updates: Texas Has Too Many Cases to Reopen, Governor Warns

Russia approved a vaccine that has yet to complete clinical trials, raising fears that the country is rushing for political purposes. The White House announced a deal with Moderna to ...

The Next Wave

The Next Wave

U.N. and relief agencies warn the coronavirus pandemic could leave an even bigger path of destruction in the world’s most vulnerable and conflict-riven countries.

Two Coasts. One Virus. How New York Suffered Nearly 10 Times the Number of Deaths as California.

Two Coasts. One Virus. How New York Suffered Nearly 10 Times the Number of Deaths as California.

California’s governor and San Francisco’s mayor worked together to act early in confronting the COVID threat. For Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio, it was a different story, and 27,000 New ...

'Double disaster' in Yemen as funding runs dry during COVID-19 outbreak

'Double disaster' in Yemen as funding runs dry during COVID-19 outbreak

In Yemen, where the health care system is dangerously overstretched and aid cuts threaten what remains, health care workers warn the country's battle against the novel coronavirus is only ...

Coronavirus latest: US estimates between 100,000 and 240,000 deaths

Coronavirus latest: US estimates between 100,000 and 240,000 deaths

The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic

COVID-19 forces international aid groups to limit travel, rethink operations

COVID-19 forces international aid groups to limit travel, rethink operations

Many aid and development agencies are limiting staff travel to "mission-critical" to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. For now, the changes aren't impacting lifesaving operations — ...

Covid-19 numbers show promise, but health experts warn each state is a different battleground

Covid-19 numbers show promise, but health experts warn each state is a different battleground

The sun could be piercing the clouds in the United States' coronavirus fight, as the number of new cases declined over two consecutive days, but experts warn different states will see ...

In the battle against COVID-19, aid groups are achieving results for vulnerable communities [EN/AR]

In the battle against COVID-19, aid groups are achieving results for vulnerable communities [EN/AR]

Arabic News and Press Release on World and 21 other countries about Coordination, Disaster Management, Children, Refugees, Epidemic, Insect Infestation and more; published on 24 Apr 2020 by ...

South at risk of 2nd COVID-19 wave; virus doesn't spread easily on surfaces — 7 updates

South at risk of 2nd COVID-19 wave; virus doesn't spread easily on surfaces — 7 updates

More than 5 million COVID-19 cases have been reported worldwide, with the daily number of new cases hitting a record high this week. More than 100,000 new infections were reported May 19, ...

US needs more protective equipment for health-care workers as coronavirus cases set to rise

US needs more protective equipment for health-care workers as coronavirus cases set to rise

Lack of enough personal protective equipment such as respirators, eye protection, gloves, and gowns for medical staff is a source of "major frustration."

Coronavirus could cause 'carnage' among the world's refugees, aid groups say

Coronavirus could cause 'carnage' among the world's refugees, aid groups say

It's only a matter of time before the coronavirus reaches refugees and asylum-seekers, experts say.

COVID-19: UN helps countries fight complacency as they reopen

COVID-19: UN helps countries fight complacency as they reopen

In some countries, businesses are slowly opening again and students are returning to school, following COVID-19-induced closures. Elsewhere, the pandemic is yet to peak.  The United ...

Fears of ‘second wave’ hang over coronavirus successes

Fears of ‘second wave’ hang over coronavirus successes

LONDON (AP) — Britain was expected to extend its nationwide lockdown on Thursday, but the European country hit hardest by the coronavirus plans cautiously to ease some restrictions on ...

FREE: SYRIA IN CONTEXT - CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

FREE: SYRIA IN CONTEXT - CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Dear friends and colleagues, Given the extraordinary global challenge of Covid-19, we have decided to share with you today our weekly spotlight on the CoronaVirus response in Syria, ...

Military doctors, nurses headed to 8 California hospitals with staff shortages amid COVID-19 surge

Military doctors, nurses headed to 8 California hospitals with staff shortages amid COVID-19 surge

COVID-19 CASE SPIKE: California reported its largest two-day total of confirmed cases, nearly 20,000, along with 258 deaths over 48 hours.

Snohomish County man has the United States’ first known case of Wuhan coronavirus

Snohomish County man has the United States’ first known case of Wuhan coronavirus

A Snohomish County resident is infected with the Wuhan coronavirus, the first confirmed case in the United States of a mysterious respiratory infection that has killed at least nine people ...

SPOTLIGHT: CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

SPOTLIGHT: CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

While Syrian state media continues to attempt to project calm, claiming that all 103 tests conducted thus far have returned negative, interviews with those on the frontlines of the ...