Covid-19 has infected more than 286M people and killed over 5.4M worldwide. Here are some of the latest coronavirus-related developments:
US President Biden says his administration has to "do more" to provide Covid testing, as the number of infections nationwide surges due to the Omicron variant.
Covid-19 has infected more than 248 million people and killed over 5 million globally. Here are the virus-related updates for November 2.
Covid-19 has killed more than 4.3M people and infected over 203M globally. Here are all the coronavirus-related developments for August 9:
Japan's capital remains under a fourth state of emergency after Olympics began last Friday despite widespread public opposition and concern that they could further worsen the outbreak.
Covid-19 vaccines work by teaching the body to recognise the virus. So if you’re exposed to it after vaccination, your immune system should be ready to spring into action and fight it but there is a chance of getting infected.
Novel coronavirus has infected more than 184 million people and killed more than 3.9 million. Here are the latest Covid-related developments for July 4:
Covid-19 has infected more than 165 million people and killed at least 3.4 million. Here are all virus-related developments for May 20:
India is facing a rampaging Covid-19 wave as number of cases has increased eightfold and deaths have increased tenfold in the last month alone.
The WHO mission to China to uncover the origins of Covid-19 has failed to identify the source of a pandemic which has swept across the world, but the team has ruled out the Wuhan lab-leak theory propagated by former US President Donald Trump.
The coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 62 million people and cut more than 1.4 million lives short. Here are the developments for November 30:
The novel coronavirus has infected more than 60 million people and cut short over 1.4 million lives. Here are the updates for November 25:
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