The arrival of warmer weather in the Northern Hemisphere raises the question of whether summer could slow the spread of the coronavirus outbreak. Here is what science says.
Even if George Floyd survived Covid-19, he couldn't survive police violence.
The WHO "has implemented a temporary pause... while the safety data is reviewed", its chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, referring to the hydroxychloroquine arm of a global trial of various possible treatments.
Healthcare systems worldwide will come under an immense strain as the pandemic coincides with the upcoming flu season.
Scientists are still trying to discover the exact impacts of the coronavirus as deaths and infections continue to rise globally. What started with chills, headaches and fever has now progressed to lethal impacts, including strokes and heart damage.
Antibiotic usage has risen during the fight against secondary infections in coronavirus patients, raising concerns that it could create a dangerous pathogen.
Here's a look at the people who've been packing and delivering supplies, caring for sick and elderly and keeping streets and hospitals clean amid the pandemic.
China has tried to use the crisis to build influence but is also accused of spreading disinformation and financially benefitting from the virus, while the US has also been criticised for its inept response to Covid-19.
US health authorities also believe that even if Covid-19 cases slow over summer, the rate of infection is likely to increase again in fall and winter in line with other seasonal viruses like the flu.
Despite extensive research and investment around the world, a lot remains unknown about pandemic-causing Covid-19.
The increasing death toll of under 50 age groups has left experts puzzled about the changing traits of the virus.
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.
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