The number of Russians who recovered from coronavirus increased to 5,428 over the past day to 873,535, the operational headquarters to combat the spread of the new infection told reporters on Saturday.
The Dutch government has introduced a new policy stance on coronavirus testing that gives priority access to some healthcare workers and teachers at a time when demand for testing has shot up substantially.
The U.S. Department of Justice says it has charged a National Football League player with fraud in connection with a scheme to obtain more the US$24 million in Paycheck Protection Plan loans meant to help businesses get through the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 3.6 million patients of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) have recovered across the country so far and most of them are from five states, including Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, the government said on Saturday.
The daily growth in 28 days does not exceed 0.5%.
Ukraine has registered 3,103 new COVID-19 cases as of 10 a.m. on Sept. 12.
Over the past several years, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH) has become a corridor as well as a “bottleneck” for tens of thousands of migrants from the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia, who are heading towards Western Europe, hoping for a better life.
Hospital staff including cleaners, sweepers, among others, are more at the risk of contracting the virus than doctors working in the intensive care units.
That paper on the South Dakota motorcycle rally had flaws, but it’s not useless. And it shows the US needs better data collection.
Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission says the country’s immigration agency was to blame in the death of a Salvadoran migrant who died of COVID-19 after a stay at a detention center in Mexico City