Novel coronavirus has infected more than 9.8 million people and claimed more than 494,000 lives around the world. Here are the updates for June 26:
The outbreak was "the longest, most complex and deadliest" in the 60-year history of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Health Minister Eteni Longondo said.
The global coronavirus pandemic has affected more than 5.9 million people, with over 362,000 deaths. Here are coronavirus-related updates for May 29:
Indonesia has one of the lowest testing rates in the world and some epidemiologists say that has made it harder to get an accurate picture of the extent of infections in the world's fourth most populous country.
A quick overview of how a disease becomes a pandemic.
President Trump's optimism about containing the pathogen contradicted a senior health official in his own administration and came as authorities said they had identified the first case in the US that was of unknown origin.
The virus is spreading unchecked, and in a major turnaround, may not exhibit symptoms in infected victims.
Here's an insight into what it takes to become a pandemic, and what will define whether the 2019-nCov outbreak is at risk of becoming the next global health disaster.
Health authorities are calling the outbreak the worst dengue fever epidemic in the past half century.
Butembo city deputy mayor, Patrick Kambale, identifies assailants as "Mai-Mai rebels."
WHO says cholera has hit 19 of Yemen's 23 governorates highlighting a humanitarian catastrophe in the war-torn country after two years of civil war that has disabled most health care facilities.
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