The total number of coronavirus cases around the world has crossed the 7.3 million mark. Here are pandemic-related updates for June 10:
Protesters gathered outside homes owned by the Korian group in Paris, Lille and other French cities in response to a call from several far-left unions.
Covid-19 is ravaging vulnerable communities, and can be prevented if the root causes of inequality are addressed.
Covid-19 patients in Italy's virus epicentre of Lombardy were transferred to nursing homes by an official resolution with catastrophic consequences.
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An estimated 26 million refugees and displaced people are at greater risk of contracting the illness region-wide, as they lack adequate access to water and hygiene services, the UN's Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia said.
The country's low-level measures against the pandemic have come under global criticism as it continues to take a lenient approach despite having the highest death toll compared to its Scandinavian neighbours.
The US State Department clearly signalled last week that it was eyeing specific talent from the developing world, especially those with skills to mitigate the effects of Covid-19.
The closures will take effect on March 30 and extend through April 12, according to a statement.
The legislation would make products such as tampons and sanitary pads free for all women in Scotland, available at designated public places such as community centres, youth clubs and pharmacies.
Climate change could help cholera make a comeback unless a concerted effort is made to spread awareness.
The infant mortality rate is almost twice as high for African-American babies as for their white counterparts, says the US government.
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