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Coronavirus cases in U.S. top 5 million as infections rise in nearly 20 states

The bleak milestone was reached as new cases in the U.S. run at about 54,000 a day.

Coronavirus: Many questions remain as German students head back to school.

Masks during class, masks only in the halls, no masks at all. Distance when possible, no distance within same-grade groups, no distance at all.

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‘I regret all the deaths,’ Brazil’s Bolsonaro says as over 100,000 die from coronavirus.

The nation of 210 million people has been reporting an average of more than 1,000 daily deaths from the pandemic since late May and reported 905 for the latest 24-hour period.

Paris mandates masks in busy outdoor areas as coronavirus cases rise.

The order applies to people aged 11 and over, the Paris prefecture said in a statement, adding that indicators showed the virus had begun circulating more widely since mid-July.

Ukraine updates information on division into quarantine zones.

Ukraine has updated information on the division into quarantine zones: "green", "yellow", "orange" and "red".

Ukraine reports 1,453 new coronavirus cases in past 24 hours.

As of August 7, Ukraine has reported 78,261 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 1,453 new cases recorded over the past 24 hours.

Ohio governor tests positive for coronavirus ahead of meeting with Trump.

DeWine, 73, said he didn't know how he contracted the coronavirus and he's already been keeping his distance from family and staff. DeWine said he feels fine with no symptoms.

Coronavirus: Africa now over 3M cases, but millions still untested.

The virus has now spread beyond major cities "into distant hinterlands" where few health resources exist and reaching care could take days.

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Coronavirus: CDC relaxes travel advice for about 20 countries.

Previously, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told U.S. travellers to avoid all nonessential international travel because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Coronavirus: It’s possible U.S. will have vaccine before Nov. 3 election, Trump claims

The U.S. president's statement is a more optimistic forecast than the timing put forth by his own White House health experts.

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34 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Ukrainian army over past day.

The Ukrainian army has confirmed 34 new coronavirus cases over the past day, bringing the total number to 265, according to the press service of the Medical Forces Command of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.


Kyiv observes 180 new cases of Covid-19 in 24hrs

Over the last 24 hours, 180 new cases of the coronavirus infection have been recorded in Kyiv.

Ukraine reports 1,318 new coronavirus cases in past 24 hours.

Ukraine has reported 76,808 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases as of August 6, including 1,318 new cases recorded over the past 24 hours, according to data provided by the coronavirus epidemic monitoring system of the National Security and Defens...

Scotland reimposes coronavirus lockdown in Aberdeen after ‘cluster’ of new cases.

Officials in Scotland ordered bars, cafes and restaurants in the city of Aberdeen to close Wednesday, reimposing anti-virus restrictions after a cluster of 54 COVID-19 cases in the area was linked to a single bar.

Test results ‘inconclusive’ for North Korea’s 1st suspected coronavirus case: WHO.

On July 26 North Korea said it had declared a state of emergency and locked down the border city of Kaesong after a person who defected to South Korea three years ago returned across the fortified border with what state media said were symptoms of...

Florida surpasses 500K coronavirus cases as testing resumes after tropical storm.

Florida reported 225 new deaths Wednesday, bringing its seven-day average of daily reported deaths to a high of 185, behind Texas with 197.

Done properly, night curfews can be helpful in curbing coronavirus outbreaks, experts say.

When done correctly, COVID-19 curfews have been proven to shorten lockdown periods and help flatten curves.

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Drugmakers will have tens of millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses by early 2021: Fauci.

Fauci said he has not seen any pressure from the White House to announce a vaccine close to the Nov. 3 election in the hopes of boosting President Donald Trump's re-election chances.

Coronavirus: Testing in U.S. dropping as case count stays high, deaths rise

An Associated Press analysis found that the number of tests per day slid 3.6 per cent over the past two weeks to 750,000, with the count falling in 22 states

Coronavirus security restrictions enforced in Kashmir 1 year after autonomy was stripped.

Officials lifted a curfew in the restive region's main city of Srinagar late Tuesday, but said restrictions on public movement, transport and commercial activities would continue because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Shmyhal announces conference call with city mayors on adaptive lockdown measures.

Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal announced a conference call with mayors of cities on the situation with the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) disease, clarifying the new rules for adaptive lockdown measures aimed at control of COVID-19 epid...

Kyiv reports 150 new coronavirus cases

The total number of coronavirus cases in Kyiv city reached 8,812.


Ukraine reports 1,271 new coronavirus cases in past 24 hours.

As of August 5, Ukraine reports 75,490 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases.


U.S. health chief to visit Taiwan amid the coronavirus pandemic, likely angering China

The United States, like most countries, has no formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan, having ditched Taipei in favor of Beijing in 1979, but is its main arms supplier and strongest backer on the international stage.

Australia’s Queensland closes state border in attempt to stave off 2nd coronavirus wave.

A surge in coronavirus cases in Melbourne has forced the state of Victoria to impose a night curfew, tighten restrictions on people's movements and order most businesses to stop trading from Wednesday night.

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