The novel coronavirus is more divisive among Brits than Brexit, a survey by Demos think-tank suggested.
Hitting out at the Modi government in a sarcastic tweet, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said the Centre’s “well planned fight” against Covid-19 has put India in an “abyss” of GDP reduction, job losses and highest daily cases of coronavirus.
Testing of people, which had crossed 2,000 per day on September 8, has touched almost 3,800 now.
Protesters in Melbourne defied a coronavirus lockdown for the second straight weekend on Saturday, prompting 14 arrests and 51 infringement notices for breaching public health orders, as new infections in the Australian hotspot continued to fall.
When a country with a shaky reputation for keeping records lists 80,092 new cases of Covid in a single day, no one can blame you for panicking.
A new study published in the Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has found that Vitamin D does not only stimulate immune responses against various diseases but can also be looked at as a potential treatment of the novel coronavirus.
The number of recovered patients in Moscow after undergoing treatment for coronavirus increased by 1,143 over the day to 228,673 people, Deputy Mayor of Moscow Anastasia Rakova said on Saturday.
Covid-19 reached the UK in late January and the country endured a three-month long lockdown from March 23 to get the virus under control.
The Tokyo metropolitan government on Saturday reported 226 new cases of the coronavirus, up 39 from Friday.
New regional measures intended to slow the spread of coronavirus are likely to be introduced in the largest cities of the Netherlands.