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Face masks at home may be needed as U.S. battles coronavirus: task force head

Dr. Deborah Birx told CNN coronavirus is "extraordinarily widespread" in the U.S. compared to spring.

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Face masks at home may be needed as U.S. battles coronavirus: task force head

Dr. Deborah Birx told CNN coronavirus is "extraordinarily widespread" in the U.S. compared to spring.

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Melbourne declares disaster, enforces curfew as coronavirus cases spike.

Nonessential businesses in Australia's second-largest city to shut down starting Wednesday.

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Coronavirus hits Norway cruise ship, officials fear spread across coastal villages.

A Norwegian cruise ship line halted all trips and apologized Monday for procedural errors after an outbreak of coronavirus on one ship infected at least five passengers and 36 crew.

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Coronavirus cases worldwide jump another million in 4 days, surpass 18M in total.

The death toll attributed to COVID-19 globally has surpassed 688,300 people, according to public health data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

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Canada extends help for UN peacekeeping missions despite losing Security Council seat.

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan's office confirmed the continued deployment of a CC-130 Hercules in support of UN missions in Africa on Sunday.

Trump says he’s going to ban TikTok. Will Canada do the same?

The Trump administration's move to ban the popular app over said cyber security concerns has since raised the same question for their neighbours north of the border -- will the Canadian government make moves to restrict the app as well?

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Data and demographics: Is the COVID-19 death rate lower in the developing world?.

The overall trend has experts looking in various places for answers, particularly when one might expect the health-care systems of poorer nations to be less able to treat seriously ill patients.

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Debate begins on who gets the coronavirus vaccine first.

Traditionally, first in line for a scarce vaccine are health workers and the people most vulnerable to the targeted infection.

Protests against Netanyahu gain steam, thousands demonstrate in Jerusalem.

Thousands of demonstrators gathered outside the official residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday and thronged the streets of central Jerusalem.

MLB commissioner says he thinks league can finish season despite coronavirus.

Rob Manfred said not every team might play all 60 games and winning percentage could be used to determine playoff teams.

U.S. drops another $2.1B for doses of experimental coronavirus vaccine candidate

Pharma giants GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi Pasteur announced Friday they will supply 100 million doses of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine to the United States.

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Mexico’s coronavirus chief ducks calls to resign as country’s death count overtakes U.

Assistant Health Secretary Hugo Lopez-Gatell said Friday that "I express my respect" to the nine of Mexico's 32 state governors who called for his resignation.

4 Norwegian cruise ship crew members hospitalized with COVID-19.

Four crew members on a Norwegian cruise vessel were diagnosed with COVID-19 after it arrived at the Arctic port of Tromsoe early on Friday, said the University Hospital of North Norway where they are being treated.

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Mexico now has 3rd most coronavirus deaths, as Vietnam struggles with new outbreak.

Mexico now has the third most COVID-19 deaths in the world, behind the United States and Brazil, while former success story Vietnam is struggling to control an outbreak spreading in its most famous beach resort.

Coronavirus: UN food agency, Air Force to tackle hunger in Latin America.

The head of the UN World Food Program says the COVID-19 crisis has dramatically increased the number of starving people in Latin America, which could trigger a refugee exodus to North America if not addressed.

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Vietnam sees first 3 deaths from coronavirus thanks to growing outbreak.

All three died in a hospital in Da Nang, a hot spot with more than 100 cases in the past week, more than half of them patients.

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California reports its first coronavirus death of a child as fatalities soar.

It's extremely rare for children to die of the coronavirus.

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Over 25,000 Americans died from coronavirus in July, as cases rose by 1.

Friday saw the month end with a new record one-day increase in deaths: at least 1,453, surpassing the previous record set on May 27.

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South Korea arrests head of religious sect linked to 36% of country’s coronavirus cases.

Prosecutors allege the 89-year-old conspired with other sect leaders to withhold information from authorities during the peak of the outbreak among his more than 200,000 followers.

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Fauci says he’s confident coronavirus vaccine will get to U.

Looking ahead, Fauci said he’s “cautiously optimistic that we will have a vaccine by the end of this year and as we go into 2021. I don’t think it’s dreaming ... I believe it’s a reality (and) will be shown to be reality.”

Eid al-Adha celebrations around the world impacted by coronavirus pandemic.

Muslims worldwide marked the start of the Eid al-Adha holiday Friday amid a global pandemic that has impacted nearly every aspect of this year's pilgrimage and celebrations.

Eid al-Adha celebrations around the world impacted by coronavirus pandemic.

Muslims worldwide marked the start of the Eid al-Adha holiday Friday amid a global pandemic that has impacted nearly every aspect of this year's pilgrimage and celebrations.

Coronavirus cases are rising again in some countries.

Experts have long warned that the green light to reopen can become a red light at any time. For places like Australia and Spain, that's exactly what's happening.

ANALYSIS: From unemployed to overwhelmed, COVID-19 strains U.

The pandemic in the U.S. has also lead to record unemployment among an unlikely group: nurses and health care workers, Jackson Proskow says.

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