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  Story 65 -   Sunday April 5, 2020
Doctors, Nurses Leave Homes to Protect Families From Virus Untitled Document

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) â?? Lisa Neuburger was caring for a patient with the coronavirus when the person's ventilator tube became detached. As she worked to h ...


  Story 64 -   Sunday April 5, 2020
Livestock cannot transmit COVID-19 Untitled Document

  Story 63 -   Sunday April 5, 2020
Virus Ends Palm Sunday without public in St. Peter's Pope Francis celebrates Palm Sunday without public in St. Peters

A man walks by Berninis colonnade in St. Peters Square during Pope Francis weekly general audience, streamed by the Vatican television due to restrictions to contain the Covid-19 virus, at the Vatican, Wednesday, April 1, 2020. (Associated Press)

Besides his aides, a few invited prelates, nuns and laypeople were present, sitting solo in the first pews and staggered met ...

  Story 62 -   Sunday April 5, 2020
Trump administration determined to exit treaty reducing risk of war Untitled Document

The Trump administration is determined to withdraw from a 28-year-old treaty intended to reduce the risk of an accidental war between the west and Russia b ...


  Story 61 -   Sunday April 5, 2020
Iran's Deaths From Coronavirus Reach 3,603: Health Ministry Untitled Document

THE DEATH toll in Iran from the outbreak of the new coronavirus has reached 3,603, health ministry spokesman Kianush Jahanpur said in a statement broadcast ...


  Story 60 -   Saturday April 4, 2020
Libya: Coronavirus outbreak could be 'catastrophic' for migrants Libya is a major gateway for migrants and refugees hoping to reach Europe.

An outbreak of the coronavirus in Libya could be "truly catastrophic" for the internally displaced people (IDP) and close to 700,000 refugees and migrants in the war-torn country, the United Nations migration agency has warned.

Libya has so far reported 17 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus, including one death. It has enforced a nationwide curfew from 2p ...

  Story 59 -   Saturday April 4, 2020
Trump decapitating intelligence leadership amid coronavirus crisis - Schiff Donald Trump is decapitating the leadership of the intelligence community in the middle of a national crisis, senior Democrat Adam Schiff has charged, after the president fired the inspector general of the US intelligence community late on Friday night.

pNews of the firing of Michael Atkinson came as the death toll from the coronavirus pandemic in the US passed 7,000 and the White House faced continuing criticism for its handling of the re ...

  Story 58 -   Saturday April 4, 2020
Desolate New York: eerie photos of a ghost metropolis New York has grown from a tiny New World trading post to a muscular global metropolis whose very name evokes dynamism and fierce, unruly vitality. It has survived booms, busts, world wars, the threat of cold war nuclear annihilation, 911, gentrification and more, and thrived. The city swallows people of every nation and language and spits out New Yorkers it generates vast fortunes and it is responsible for a dazzling expression of art, literature ...

  Story 57 -   Saturday April 4, 2020
Coronavirus: Pandemic fact v pandemic fiction? Untitled Document

s truth stranger than fiction, as the American writer Mark Twain once suggested?

Now we all have a chance to judge for ourselves, for the veteran US ...


  Story 56 -   Saturday April 4, 2020
U.S. Sees Deadliest Days as Coronavirus Deaths Top 7,000 Untitled Document

THE U.S. DEATH TOLL from the coronavirus surpassed 7,000 on Saturday as the country recorded its deadliest day.

Health officials report nearly 278,5 ...


  Story 55 -   Saturday April 4, 2020
Police get creative to stay safe and keep order as coronavirus spreads

WASHINGTON - While U.S. health authorities are debating whether or not wearing masks will help slow the spread of COVID-19, Vietnamese authorities are handing out steep fines to those who disregard the mandate to wear them at all times, just about everywhere.


Vietnam has one of the lowest coronavirus infection rates in the world, with 212 cases as of Wednesday, and according to the Ministry of Health in Hanoi, no deaths related ...


  Story 54 -   Thursday April 2, 2020
Small Fines in Vietnam For No Masks But No Deaths Reported

WASHINGTON - While U.S. health authorities are debating whether or not wearing masks will help slow the spread of COVID-19, Vietnamese authorities are handing out steep fines to those who disregard the mandate to wear them at all times, just about everywhere.

Vietnam has one of the lowest coronavirus infection rates in the world, with 212 cases as of Wednesday, and according to the Ministry of Health in Hanoi, no deaths related to this ...


  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
Rela ...


  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. Ongoin ...



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