The coronavirus has killed over 2.5 million people and infected more than 113 million globally. Here are the virus-related developments for February 26:
SARS-CoV-2 belongs to a diverse group of viruses, of which there are thousands, with some being more deadly than others.
Only one of five victims who died from the deadly virus in Guinea was confirmed positive for Ebola, with the remaining four listed as “probable cases”.
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 2.4 million people and infected more than 109 million globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for February 14:
As vaccination drives face supply bottlenecks, experts underscore the importance of sharing vaccine patents and copyrights to ramp up global production.
US public health officials said fully vaccinated persons who do not quarantine should still watch for symptoms for 14 days following an exposure to the coronavirus.
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 2.3 million people and infected more than 106 million. Here are the developments for February 7:
The criminal group was manufacturing and selling fake vaccines, made of a simple saline solution, in China and to other countries.
Trudeau and Biden discussed Covid-19, the Keystone XL oil pipeline and climate change and are set to meet virtually or in person next month.
Conspiracy theories that vaccines would inject microchips into people are rife among the south-eastern European nations, and even former presidents and stars have expressed opposition against vaccination.
The novel coronavirus has infected more than 88.9 million people globally and claimed over 1.9 million lives. Here are the updates for January 8:
The novel coronavirus has infected more than 88 million people globally and claimed over 1.8 million lives. Here are the updates for January 7:
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