The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 958,000 people and infected over 30.86 million worldwide. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for September 19:
WHO regional director for Europe Hans Kluge says a surge seen this month "should serve as a wake-up call" after the continent recorded 54,000 infections in a single day last week – a new record.
Coronavirus pandemic has killed over 916,000 people and infected more than 28.53 million worldwide. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for September 11:
Former residents of Greece’s largest refugee camp picked through the charred remains of their belongings, salvaging what they could from back-to-back fires.
The global coronavirus pandemic has killed over 885,900 people and infected more than 27.2 million. Here are the updates for September 6:
A gradual transition to in-person education will begin on September 21 and will depend on how responsibly families and students behave amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Global coronavirus has now infected over 15.7 million people and has killed more than 639,000. Here are the latest updates for July 24:
With artists and performers being the hardest hit by lockdowns amid the global pandemic, Mexico's long anticipated Cirque du Soleil is making a comeback.
According to a Mastercard survey across 16 countries, Turkish consumers have decided to shop local and support small businesses in their neighbourhoods during and after the coronavirus lockdown.
Greece, with 192 coronavirus deaths, has so far not been as badly hit as many other European countries, and there have been no deaths in the migrant camps.
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has condemned the Greek government decision to extend lockdown for migrant camps saying it is using the novel coronavirus pandemic as a pretext.
Pakistan has emerged as a Covid-19 hotspot in South Asia with one of the highest numbers of daily new cases. Its strategy to deal with the outbreak has included a full lockdown, a selective lockdown as well as zero restrictions on mobility.
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