A WHO team attempts to solve the mystery of where SARS-CoV-2 came from and how it jumped onto humans.
While Covid-19 cases continue to rise in Europe and elsewhere, normal routine life has resumed in China.
The CSL has been slowly opening up to a very limited number of spectators in recent weeks, having started the season behind closed doors in July, as long as they pass a coronavirus test in the seven days leading up to the game.
Scientists think the novel coronavirus likely jumped from a wild animal, such as a bat, via an intermediary species, possibly the anteater-like pangolin. However, China says a full investigation may have to wait until the pandemic is under control.
Leaders are under pressure to find a compromise over the $2.1 trillion budget proposal, which includes an $825-billion new recovery instrument to help relaunch the European economy after the pandemic.
The pandemic has infected more than 12.3 million people, of whom some seven million have recovered. Here are updates for July 10:
Novel coronavirus has infected more than 10.6 million people around the world, killing at least 515,000 people. Here are updates for July 1:
The people who tested positive had visited the Xinfadi market. Concern is growing of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, even in many countries that seemed to have curbed its spread.
Washington orders suspension of all flights by Chinese airlines into and out of the country after Beijing failed to allow American carriers to resume service to China, US Transportation Department says.
The US request coincides with rising tensions between Washington and Beijing over the coronavirus pandemic.
The global coronavirus pandemic has affected almost 5 million people, with around 320,000 deaths. Here are more coronavirus-related updates for May 19:
Bats may well be the answer, so why not try?
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