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In April, Messi and his Barcelona teammates reduced their salary by 70% to ensure the club’s staff continued receiving 100% of their salary
On March 13, Kuwait suspended all commercial flights. The government also closed stores, malls and barbershops ito curb the coronavirus spread
Turkey conducted 33,687 tests for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of tests carried out to 1,298,806
Egypt on Thursday extended a nationwide night-time curfew for 15 days until the end of holy month of Ramadan to curb the spread of COVID-19 pandemic
Robust mitigation measures are key to averting widespread transmission of the disease that could overwhelm already fragile health systems in Africa.
Syndrome features overlap with Kawasaki Disease and Toxic Shock Syndrome, including persistent fever, abdominal symptoms, rash and even cardiovascular changes requiring intensive care
Newsom outlined a four-stage plan to reopen state’s economy as he faces increasing pressure from public and local officials to ease coronavirus restrictions
South Africa province of Western Cape remains the epicenter of the pandemic with 3,362 cases, followed by Gauteng with 1,661 and KwaZulu-Natal with 1,106
Four military planes carrying medical supplies arrived in Sudan capital Khartoum on Monday
Switzerland introduced a semi-lockdown policy on March 16, allowing only essential businesses like food markets and pharmacies to operate
Ecuador to relax government-imposed quarantine starting Monday, transitioning to social distancing to reactivate the production and commercial sectors
White House guidelines, including measures such as physical distancing, avoiding large gatherings and working from home, are set to expire Thursday
The study demonstrated the potential for some patients to be treated with a 5-day regimen, which could significantly expand the number of patients to be treated with remdesivir
In Tokyo, the epicenter of Japan’s outbreak, COVID-19 cases has increased by 47 to reach 4,106, followed by Osaka Prefecture with 1,597 infections.
The daily average number of coronavirus tests in Israel has dropped to 9,000 in the past 3 days, after reaching a daily peak of 13,342 on April 20.
New York state reported over 299,000 coronavirus cases as the national total rose to nearly 962,000 by Sunday afternoon.
Fauci said the United States is currently averaging between 1.5 million and 2 million tests per week
Conte made the remarks ahead of the end of the national coronavirus lockdown on May 3, which is to be followed by what he called Phase Two
In Turkey, the new epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the Middle East, the death toll of the coronavirus has reached 2,706 after 106 new cases were added
Algeria has so far reported 3,256 COVID-19 cases and a death toll of 419.
Ackson told parliament that the lawmaker who has tested COVID-19 positive was infected with the deadly virus after he had travelled to Dar es Salaam
Lebanese Health Ministry started on Monday doing random tests for people all over the country to assess the extent of Lebanon COVID-19 spread
COVID-19 pandemic situation is improving “slowly but surely” in France though it is far from over, Philippe told the press conference
Death toll from the novel coronavirus in Turkey reached 1,006 after 98 more lost their lives over the past 24 hours, Koca said at a press conference
In the past 24 hours Iran reported 123 deaths and 2,901 COVID-19 infections, bringing the total infections to 38,309, and death toll to 2,640
Coronavirus cases soared in the US recording 122,246 infections, Italy death toll surpassed 10,000
The COVID-19 disease has spread to 34 countries, killing more than 2,600 people globally
Hala Zayed, Minister of Health, said that the patient tested positive for Coronavirus , but there were no symptoms until today. The virus is considered tone in its incubation period within the patient, meaning that the patient is not technically infected with the virus.
Virus death toll in China rise to 170, first coronavirus case confirmed in India
CDC has identified vitamin E acetate as a chemical of concern among people with e-cigarette, or vaping, product use associated lung injury (EVALI).