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  Story 53 -   Thursday April 2, 2020
No Deaths In Vietnam From Coronavirus, 222 Cases Untitled Document

HANOI, April 2 (Xinhua) -- Vietnam's Ministry of Health on Thursday morning confirmed four new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 222.

The fou ...

  Story 52 -   Thursday April 2, 2020
Portugal Extends State of Emergency to Halt Spread of Coronavirus Untitled Document

ISBON (REUTERS) - Portugal's government tightened restrictions on movement to stop the spread of the coronavirus during the normally busy Easter holiday pe ...

  Story 51 -   Thursday April 2, 2020
Coronavirus Deaths in Netherlands Increase to 1,339

AMSTERDAM (REUTERS) - The number of deaths caused by an infection with the new coronavirus in the Netherlands has increased by 166 to 1,339, health authorities said on Thursday.

The number of confirmed coronavirus infections in the country increased by 8% to 14,697, the Dutch Institute for Public Health said.

As of October 6, 2020, the coronavirus pandemic in the Netherlands resulted in 6,482 deaths. However, the distribution of ...

  Story 50 -   Wednesday April 1, 2020
Life in Lockdown: how is your family coping? Untitled Document

How you can help
Weâ??re putting together the next episode of Anywhere but Westminsterâ??s Life in Lockdown series. Please keep sending us video an ...

  Story 49 -   Wednesday April 1, 2020
Kenyan president apologises for police violence during curfew Untitled Document

Police accused of using heavy-handed tactics to enforce the dusk to dawn curfew since its introduction on Friday.

01 Apr 2020 16:29 GMT
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  Story 48 -   Wednesday April 1, 2020
Disney Price Target Is Cut; Home Depot Makes Adjustments Untitled Document

A change in tone from President Trump regarding the coronavirus pandemic may have contributed to the stock market decline on Wednesday. Trump warned that t ...

  Story 47 -   Wednesday April 1, 2020
Connecticut governor sounds warning about national coronavirus stockpile: 'We're on our own' Untitled Document

Connecticutâ??s governor is warning residents that a â??horrible monthâ?쳌 lies ahead as the national stockpile of equipment to fight the coronavirus outbre ...

  Story 46 -   Wednesday April 1, 2020
Cuomo says New Yorkers ‘still on our way up the mountain’ as cases rise Untitled Document

To keep our community informed of the most urgent coronavirus news, The San Francisco Chronicleâ??s critical updates are free to read. Ongoing coverage is ...

  Story 45 -   Wednesday April 1, 2020
Coronavirus: The US governor who saw it coming early Untitled Document

As the coronavirus outbreak barrels throughout the US, states have scrambled to get ahead of its spread, often after weeks of inaction. But one governor im ...

  Story 44 -   Wednesday April 1, 2020
Fox’s Fake News Contagion Opinion Fox's Fake News Contagion The network spent too long spraying its viewers with false information about the coronavirus pandemic. Kara Swisher By Kara Swisher Ms. Swisher covers technology and is a contributing opinion writer. March 31, 2020 2066 A protest at Fox News headquarters in Manhattan last year. A protest at Fox News headquarters in Manhattan last /br /

You can relax, Sean Hannity, Im not going to sue you. Some p ...

  Story 43 -   Monday March 30, 2020
Migrant workers sprayed with disinfectant in one Indian state Untitled Document

New Delhi (CNN)The Indian state of Uttar Pradesh has sparked controversy after migrant workers, returning home during a nationwide coronavirus lockdown, we ...

  Story 42 -   Monday March 30, 2020
Governor Cuomo says Trump's New York quarantine would be 'chaos and mayhem' Untitled Document

US coronavirus live: Cuomo says Trump's New York quarantine would be 'chaos and mayhem' â?? as it happened
Trump mulls measures for New York ...

  Story 41 -   Monday March 30, 2020
New York City under quarantine: quiet, empty streets and closed stores

As New York state death toll from the coronavirus outbreak passed 1,000, New Yorkers continued to battle Covid-19 through social isolation and self-quarantine, making the city's typically busy streets and public areas eerily quiet.

After the completion of the Oculus, the striking transit hub at Ground Zero, the architect Santiago Calatrava, who designed it, said that he envisioned the building as a gift to New Yorkers and a ...

  Story 40 -   Monday March 30, 2020
Who is most at risk from coronavirus and why?

Who is most at risk from coronavirus and why? video explainer

The best thing to do when trying to understand a new virus like Covid-19 is to look at the data. The Guardian's science correspondent Hannah Devlin uses the latest figures to explain who is most at risk of contracting this coronavirus, why men are more likely to die from the disease, and the reasons health workers could be particularly vulnerable

What is coronavirus an ...

  Story 39 -   Monday March 30, 2020
Trump attacks journalists for asking 'snarky' questions on coronavirus testing in US Untitled Document Donald Trump said that federal physical distancing guidelines might be toughened as he urged Americans to help fight the coronavirus with tough measures throu ...

  Story 38 -   Monday March 30, 2020
Coronavirus deaths in the US top 3,000

Gen. Terrence J. O'Shaughnessy, commander of U.S. Northern Command, and Captain James O'Brien, captain of the USNS Comfort, join Sean Hannity on 'Hannity.'

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The U.S. hit a grim milestone on Monday after health officials announced the 3,000th coronavirus-related death in the country, with about 900 from New York City alone, according to ...

  Story 37 -   Monday March 30, 2020
US stock futures and Asian markets are up following China data, Monday's gains Untitled Document
  Story 36 -   Monday March 30, 2020
Anger as Las Vegas turns parking lot into 'homeless shelter'

Images of homeless people sleeping in a converted parking lot in Las Vegas have sparked criticism, even as the city officials describe an â??emergency situationâ?쳌 and say the solution was the best option after another shelter was forced to close amid the coronavirus crisis.

Over the weekend, authorities in Las Vegas needed to find additional sleeping space for the cityâ??s sizable homeless population when a 500-bed overnight shelter cl ...

  Story 35 -   Monday March 30, 2020
Phoenix police commander killed in shooting, two officers also wounded

HOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- A Phoenix police commander was killed and two officers were hurt in a shooting Sunday night at a home near 43rd Avenue and Pinnacle Peak Road. Phoenix police confirm Cmdr. Greg Carnicle was shot and killed in the line of duty. 

Phoenix Police Commander Greg Carnicle was shot and killed in the line of duty Sunday night in North Phoenix.

According to Sgt. Mercedes Fortune of the Phoenix Police D ...

  Story 34 -   Monday March 30, 2020
Maryland man defies coronavirus emergency order, hosts bonfire with 60 people

Maryland man defies coronavirus emergency order, hosts bonfire with 60 people, police say.

Deputies first responded to a complaint of a large gathering at Myersâ?? home in Hughesville on March 22. Myers was advised about the governorâ??s order and agreed to break up the crowd.

Myers was charged with violating the governor's emergency order regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. (Charles County Sheriff�s Office)

Deputies ...

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