There are still lingering questions over Iran's outbreak and the safety of those returning to work as the country saw another 91 people dead from Covid-19, bringing its death toll to 5,209 amid over 83,500 confirmed cases.
Leaders around the world are wrestling with the dilemma of how to return to normal and kickstart their shattered economies without risking a devastating second wave of infections.
People are searching for ways to do a little self-grooming during the lockdown as barbers and hairdressers are closed in many countries.
The US president has targeted the global organisation for its perceived bias towards China.
The brightest and largest supermoon of 2020 rose in the night sky on Tuesday around the world where millions are in lockdown due to the novel coronavirus that has killed tens of thousands.
The US death toll was creeping toward the grim milestone of 10,000 as the pandemic's epicentre in New York racked up hundreds of lives lost a day and hospitals girded for an influx of new infected patients.
The US leads the list of countries with most Covid-19 infections with more than 300,000 cases, and a death toll that has climbed past 8,100; more than 3,500 of those deaths are in the state of New York.
In Africa, authorities claim they have been "spared by God" or have simply been saved by the low volume of air traffic to their countries. However, some fear it is simply a lack of testing.
The only thing holding this back is partisan mainstream media who refuse to report on the EU’s failure to be a partner of any sort to Iran.
A joint effort will be required to overcome the potential spread of the pandemic on the African continent.
The US Senate unanimously passed a $2-trillion bill aimed at helping unemployed workers and industries hurt by the coronavirus pandemic, as well as providing billions of dollars to buy urgently needed medical equipment.
Botched responses from governments have ranged from denial to disinformation while exacerbating a global leadership vacuum.
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