Coronavirus has claimed the lives of more than 3.8M people and infected over 178M globally. Here are the latest Covid-related developments for June 18:
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The cases marked the first known resurgence of Ebola in West Africa since a 2013-2016 epidemic that began in Guinea and killed more than 11,300 people across the region.
Strange symptoms emerging in recovered Covid-19 victims had no medical explanations until now, and the research on it tells a grim tale.
The global coronavirus pandemic has killed over 881,000 people and infected more than 26.9 million. Here are the updates for September 5:
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.
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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.
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