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California's Covid curfew to begin, as US cases hit 12-million mark California imposes curfew as US cases hit 12m

The country has now more than 12 million confirmed infections, with more than 255,000 deaths


Global coronavirus death toll tops 8,00,000 Global coronavirus death toll tops 8,00,000

The number of deaths from the new coronavirus has surpassed 8,00,000 around the world, according to an AFP tally 


WHO for solid Covid-19 measures before reopening schools in Africa WHO urged Africa to put solid COVID-19 prevention

WHO urged African countries to put solid COVID-19 prevention measures in place before embarking on reopening of learning institutions


Coronavirus: Global cases now 21.8 million Coronavirus: Global cases now 21.8 million

The global death toll from Covid-19 reached 772,856 on Tuesday, according to the Centre for System Science and Engineering of  Johns Hopkins University


China’s first patent granted for COVID-19 vaccine China’s first patent granted for COVID-19 vaccine

 China’s first patent for a COVID-19 vaccine has been granted by the National Intellectual…


South Korea church coronavirus cluster causes alarm New church coronavirus cluster alarms South Korea

Many have been linked to the Sarang Jeil Church, whose pastor has been a vocal critic of President Moon Jae-in


Ruby Princess: New South Wales premier apologises over cruise ship outbreak Australia apology over Ruby Princess virus outbreak

Those people were not tested for the virus, despite suspected cases aboard


Italy shuts discos, orders mask wearing at night in public Italy shuts discos, orders mask wearing at night in public

The decision coincides with the “Ferragosto” weekend, a major holiday when most Italians go to the beach


India coronavirus deaths hit 50,000: health ministry India coronavirus deaths hit 50,000

India's death toll from the pandemic now stands at 50,921, an increase of 941 from the previous day, according to the health ministry's website

 


Hundreds protest in Madrid against virus restrictions Hundreds protest in Madrid against virus restrictions

The demonstration drew a variety of attendees, including conspiracy theorists, libertarians and opponents of vaccination


UN announces 4 new COVID-19 deaths in Lebanon Palestinian refugee camps UN announces 4 new COVID-19 deaths in Lebanon Palestinian refugee camps

This brings to eight the total number of Palestinian refugees who have died from the COVID-19 illness since Lebanon first recorded an outbreak of the virus in February


Chinese Covid-19 vaccine trial shows promising results

Chinese Covid-19 vaccine trial shows promising results

Research involved data on 320 healthy volunteers aged between 18 and 59. Of them, 96 participated in phase-1 clinical trials and 224 in phase-2 trials


US reports 5,529,789 coronavirus cases with 172,606 deaths US reports 5,529,789 coronavirus cases with 172,606 deaths

So far a total of 5,529,789 cases have been detected while 2,456,995 are active cases in the country


Coronavirus: India reports 50,099 deaths Coronavirus: India reports 50,099 deaths

So far, 2,590,501 cases have been detected in the country till date 


Russia begins production of COVID-19 vaccine Russia begins production of COVID-19 vaccine

Head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) Kirill Dmitriev pointed out that Russia had received applications for more than 1 bln doses of the vaccine from 20 countries


Nepal coronavirus death toll climbs to 102; over 26,000 infected Nepal coronavirus death toll climbs to 102

The Ministry has reported 468 new cases, taking the total to 26,019


Global coronavirus death toll climbs to 769,004 Global coronavirus death toll climbs to 769,004

So far 21,617,761 coronavirus cases have been detected while 6,514,860 are active cases


Pressure grows in France to tighten mask rules

Pressure grows in France to tighten mask rules

Masks are currently required outdoors in hundreds of French towns, but rules vary widely


Coronavirus: France quarantine starts after race to beat deadline France quarantine starts after deadline scramble

The isolation measure also applies to the Netherlands, Monaco, Malta, Turks and Caicos, and Aruba, amid concerns about a rising numbers of Covid cases


Coronavirus: South Africa eases lockdown as 'outbreak reaches peak' South Africa eases lockdown as virus cases fall

President Cyril Ramaphosa says nearly all restrictions on the country's economy will be eased from Monday


Thousands of Britons return from France to avoid quarantine Thousands of Britons return from France to avoid quarantine

For those who cannot work from home on their return, the mandatory self-quarantine could see them penalized further


New Zealand confirms new COVID-19 cases New Zealand confirms new COVID-19 cases

The new confirmed cases, all from community transmission, take the overall caseload total to 1,258


Coronavirus: Thousands return to UK to beat France quarantine Thousands in final rush to beat France quarantine

The 14-day isolation requirement applies to people arriving from the Netherlands, Monaco, Malta, Turks and Caicos, and Aruba


Expert says human challenge trials are Expert says human challenge trials are "unethical"

Human challenge trials are “unnecessary, uninformative and unethical,” a former professor at Harvard Medical School said Friday


India’s COVID tally crosses 2.5 million with single-day spike of over 65k cases India’s COVID tally crosses 2.5 million

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says that India is testing for three different vaccines for the novel coronavirus infection in the country


Global coronavirus death toll climbs to 763,357 Global coronavirus death toll climbs to 763,357

So far 21,354,710 coronavirus cases have been detected while 6,443,312 are active cases


US 2020: Postal service warns of delays in mail-in vote count US Postal Service warns of risks to mail-in votes

A record number of people are expected to vote by mail due to the pandemic


US, Canada, Mexico COVID-19 travel ban extended US, Canada, Mexico COVID-19 travel ban extended

The United States has experienced a recent surge in COVID-19 cases and with more than 5.2 million infections has more than any other country in the world


UK signs deals for 90 million coronavirus vaccine doses UK signs deals for 90 million coronavirus vaccine doses

The vaccines are being developed by the Belgian pharmaceutical company Janssen and the US biotech company Novavax


Inside the multibillion dollar vaccine race Inside the multibillion dollar vaccine race

Dozens of research teams around the world are working to develop a vaccine for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, using a mix of established techniques and new technologies


Covid-19: India now has 4th highest death toll Covid-19: India now has 4th highest death toll

More than 70 percent of the patients have recovered


Oxford coronavirus vaccine phase III trials to conclude by November, mass production expected by 2021 Oxford corona vaccine phase III trials to conclude by November

Currently, phase III clinical trials are being conducted in research facilities across UK, US, Brazil and South Africa


Virus-hit Mexico City reopens museums, cinemas Virus-hit Mexico City reopens museums, cinemas

At the iconic Soumaya Museum, security guards wearing face shields and gloves watch over mask-wearing visitors snapping selfies with artworks and wandering the near-empty hallways


Coronavirus: 5,415,666 cases, 170,415 deaths reported in US Coronavirus: 5,415,666 cases, 170,415 deaths reported in US

In US, New York has reported 32,805 fatalities, followed by New Jersey with 15,893 deaths, California 10,999 and Texas 9,771


WHO urges countries to gamble on shared vaccine search WHO urges countries to gamble on shared vaccine search

The World Health Organization insisted it was a smarter bet than the trillions of dollars being thrown at handling the consequences of the global pandemic


Coronavirus: India reports 2,461,542 cases, 48,153 deaths Coronavirus: India reports 2,461,542 cases, 48,153 deaths

So far 2,461,542 coronavirus cases have been diagnosed, while 661,543 are active cases


COVID-19 vaccine will be free for Americans: officials COVID-19 vaccine will be free for Americans: officials

The vaccine doses themselves will be paid for by the government


WHO says food safe from coronavirus WHO says food safe from coronavirus

The WHO said there was no need to panic — and there were no examples of the respiratory disease being transmitted through food


Global coronavirus death toll climbs to 757,440 Global coronavirus death toll climbs to 757,440

So far 21,068,345 coronavirus cases have been detected, 6,392,946 are active cases

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