More than 30 million people around the world have been diagnosed with the coronavirus and 943,515 have died, according to Johns Hopkins University. Some 20.4 million people have recovered. New Zealand reported no new cases of the coronavirus for the first time in five weeks as Australia’s hotspot of Victoria logged a spike in infections…View More World coronavirus instances circulation 30 million: Are dwelling files
As daily transmission of the new coronavirus persists six months into the global pandemic, questions about vaccine development and distribution are at the forefront of international conversations. With pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies across the world initiating trials to test the efficacy of potential immunization candidates, some experts suggest a vaccine could be ready for distribution…View More How Shut Is the U.S. to a Coronavirus Vaccine? The save the Top 3 Trials Stand
Image copyright AFP Image caption Pupils at this Glasgow secondary school have been back at school for more than three weeks The return of schools in England and Wales this week, after lockdown and the summer holidays, has been called a pivotal moment. As children start to mix, there is concern coronavirus transmission rates will…View More Coronavirus: What lessons can relaxation of UK be taught from Scotland’s faculty return?
The number of new coronavirus cases in Canada grew by 627 on Friday ahead of the Labour Day weekend, a significant uptick compared with recent weeks.It’s the highest daily total Canada has seen since early June. The number of new COVID-19 cases is also about 19 per cent higher than the previous seven-day average of…View More Canada adds 627 coronavirus circumstances old to long weekend
The items below are highlights from the free newsletter, “Smart, useful, science stuff about COVID-19.” To receive newsletter issues daily in your inbox, sign up here. Please consider a monthly contribution to support this newsletter. Several media outlets this week have covered hints and speculation that two SARS-CoV-2 vaccines—probably ones being tested by Moderna and…View More Coronavirus Data Roundup, August 29-September 4
Image copyright EPA Airport coronavirus testing options should be explored as a way of cutting the number of travellers who must spend two weeks in quarantine, says Labour.A review of “chaotic” quarantine rules should consider a “robust testing regime”, given the “dire warnings” from the travel industry, the party says.PM Boris Johnson has said airport…View More Coronavirus: Labour demands airport finding out review to slice quarantine
WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says pandemics are “a fact of life” and that the world must be better prepared to deal with future ones. India’s health ministry reported another daily record of 90,802 cases on Monday, bringing the total to over 4.2 million and overtaking Brazil to become the second-hardest-hit country. The world’s coronavirus…View More Coronavirus circumstances on the upward thrust in 22 US states: Live recordsdata
As it happenedended1599458962NewsHealthFollow all the latest updates on the pandemicMatt Hancock denied the government was “losing control” of the coronavirus crisis, as the government launched a new ‘island corridor’ travel quarantine policy.The health secretary admitted the sharp rise in daily cases to 2,988 on Sunday – the highest daily figure since late May – was…View More Coronavirus details – stay: Fears UK has ‘lost adjust of the virus’, as India overtakes Brazil to became 2nd worst-hit country
By Star Staffwire servicesMon., Sept. 7, 2020timer5 min. readKEY FACTS10:26 a.m.: Police intervene at two Quebec bars.6 a.m.: India’s increasing coronavirus caseload made the country the world’s second-worst-hit country.4 a.m.: Toronto considering new homelessness plan.The latest coronavirus news from Canada and around the world Monday. This file will be updated throughout the day. Web links…View More As of late’s coronavirus recordsdata: Toronto considers notion for homeless; India turns into 2d hardest hit nation in the support of U.S.