(Reuters) - Myanmar reported its first coronavirus death on Tuesday, a 69-year-old man who also had cancer and died in . . .
BEIJING (Reuters) - The coronavirus epidemic is "far from over" in the Asia-Pacific region, and current measures to curb the . . .
MANILA (Reuters) - Coronavirus testing is expected to increase substantially in coming days in the Philippines, where the high number . . .
GENEVA (Reuters) - More equipment is needed to protect the world's nurses working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic . . .
GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - Migrants deported on Monday to Guatemala from the United States are being held in a temporary . . .
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's foreign minister said on Tuesday the government would ban all arrivals and transit by foreigners in . . .
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand reported 127 new coronavirus cases and one death on Tuesday, a health official said.
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PRAGUE (Reuters) - The tally of coronavirus infections in the Czech Republic has exceeded 3,000, the Health Ministry said on . . .
HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam will begin 15 days of social distancing from Wednesday to curb community transmission of the coronavirus, . . .
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's government has placed the eastern town of Suceava and eight surrounding villages under quarantine to limit . . .
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Justice Minister Christine Lambrecht told Deutschlandfunk radio on Tuesday that tracking apps to help tackle coronavirus . . .
(Reuters) - Countries affected by the novel coronavirus entered another week of strict quarantine and several nations introduced new economic . . .
BERLIN (Reuters) - The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Germany has risen to 61,913 and 583 people . . .
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus pandemic climbed past 3,000 on Monday, the deadliest day . . .
DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania confirmed its first coronavirus death on Tuesday, health minister Ummy Mwalimu said in a . . .
The medical and health department has alerted all districts to trace the persons who returned from the national capital and . . .
According to the study, published in the journal JAMA Neurology, patients with cardiovascular diseases (CVD) who live in polluted environments . . .
ZURICH (Reuters) - The Swiss death toll from coronavirus has reached 295 people, the country's public health bureau said on . . .
BERLIN (Reuters) - Coronavirus is spreading too fast for restrictions on public life in Germany, Europe's economic powerhouse, to be . . .
BERLIN (Reuters) - Many German companies, particularly in the textiles industry, have switched to producing medical equipment such as protective . . .
BERLIN (Reuters) - An obligation for the general public to wear masks may have a role to play when Germany . . .
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will step up prevention and control of asymptomatic coronavirus cases, state media reported on Monday, quoting . . .
MANILA (Reuters) - Janitor Ritchie Estabillo was on his way to work when he was confronted by five men who . . .
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J&J also committed more than $1 billion of investment along with U.S. agency Biomedical Advanced . . .
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Ahoy concert hall in Rotterdam should have hosted the glitter and glamour of the Eurovision song . . .
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MADRID (Reuters) - Spain overtook China's total number of coronavirus cases on Monday but business . . .
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore confirmed 35 new coronavirus cases on Monday, bringing the total tally to 879.
Nine of the 35 . . .
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the Netherlands rose to 11,750 on Monday from a day . . .
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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin asked Russia's regional governors on Monday to consider imposing the same restrictions on . . .
New Delhi, March 29 (IANS) As various nurses unions across India were preparing to celebrate 2020 as the "Year of . . .
Ministry spokesman Kianoush Jahanpour said 2,901 new cases have tested positive for COVID-19 since Saturday, bringing the total infections to . . .
As per media reports, Spain discovered that the rapid test kits failed to detect positive cases. Spain has so far . . .
Also, the death toll from the disease reached 2,640 in Iran, while 12,391 patients have recovered.Earlier in the day, Iranian . . .
Reported by Global Times, those silent virus carriers (asymptomatic patients) have been controversial regarding their infectivity but the news of . . .
PARIS (Reuters) - French health authorities reported 292 new deaths from the coronavirus on Sunday, up 13% on the previous . . .
YENAGOA/LAGOS, Nigeria (Reuters) - Nigeria's petroleum regulator has ordered oil and gas companies to reduce their offshore workforce and move . . .
PARIS (Reuters) - France used two high-speed trains and a German military plane to move more than three dozen critically . . .
A total of 262 isolation beds have been earmarked to treat COVID-19 patients, the hospital said in a statement."We are . . .
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's sports minister said he will propose extending the ban on all competitions to the whole of . . .
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's health system could face strains similar to those in Italy if the coronavirus outbreak in the . . .
All arrivals to the country, regardless of their nationality, should stay in quarantine, Yonhap News Agency quoted the Prime Minister . . .
Writing in the Mail on Sunday, Patel said the current restrictions asking people to stay indoors were even harder for . . .
(IANS) In a controversy triggered by the economist Ramanan Lakshminarayan's alarmist report on the extent of coronavirus pandemic in India, . . .
WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TORONTO (Reuters) - From hockey sticks in Canada to downhill skis in Colorado, health officials are searching for relatable . . .
PARIS (Reuters) - The next two weeks will be the toughest yet in the fight against coronavirus in France, Prime . . .
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's health minister said on Sunday there were "early, positive signs" of a slowdown in the growth . . .
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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The rate of spread of the novel coronavirus in Australia has halved in recent days, . . .
SEOUL (Reuters) - Every person arriving in South Korea from overseas will soon be required to undergo two weeks of . . .