A joint effort will be required to overcome the potential spread of the pandemic on the African continent.
Singapore's extensive surveillance during a two-month-long virus battle has won international praise but it is seeing a surge in cases in recent days. South Korea, where early testing helped slow transmission, is now seeing 100 new cases per day.
The country's total coronavirus infections have crossed 2,400 and 59 people have died as yet.
As the global death toll from coronavirus surpasses 19,600 and confirmed cases reaches to 438,000, medical workers from various countries all hit by Covid-19 join the campaign "We stay here for you, please stay home for us" to create awareness.
While governments continue to roll out measures that have put more than one-fifth of the world’s population under some form of lockdown, doctors and nurses plead for supplies that are critical in their battle against coronavirus.
Iranians have been suffering under sanctions and have been pummeled by the pandemic, but they aren't panicking.
While the elderly and those with pre-existing medical conditions are the hardest hit by the virus, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned that young people were also vulnerable.
Botched responses from governments have ranged from denial to disinformation while exacerbating a global leadership vacuum.
Initially, it seemed that only those with symptoms could spread the virus, but the research shows that asymptomatic carriers need to be addressed.
Here's the meaning behind the three main approaches taken by governments in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The World Health Organisation is the best positioned to initiate a joint effort, but it says member states are not forthcoming with data.
As well as self-quarantining, these are the other measures you can take if coronavirus symptoms begin to show.
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