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Stopping traffic: the "coronahelmet" helping Indian police

An Indian traffic policeman has taken virus awareness to new levels by hitting the streets clad in a newly-devised accessory: the 'coronahelmet'.

An Indian traffic policeman has taken virus awareness to new levels by hitting the streets clad in a newly-devised accessory: the 'coronahelmet'.

Wuhan slowly comes back to life after coronavirus lockdown

The Chinese city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus outbreak first emerged, began lifting a two-month lockdown on Saturday by restarting some metro services and reopening borders, allowing some semblance of normality to return and families to reunite.

The Chinese city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus outbreak first emerged, began lifting a two-month lockdown on Saturday by restarting some metro services and reopening borders, allowing some semblance of normality to return and families to reunite.

Man facing slew of charges after stealing hundreds of rolls of toilet paper in Australia

The 30-year-old's accused of taking off with about 400 rolls from restricted storage areas at supermarkets in Sydney.

The 30-year-old's accused of taking off with about 400 rolls from restricted storage areas at supermarkets in Sydney.

Family surprise grandma with 100th birthday celebration outside her nursing home

A family have surprised their 100-year-old grandmother with a special, socially-distanced birthday celebration by singing 'Happy Birthday' outside her nursing home window.

A family have surprised their 100-year-old grandmother with a special, socially-distanced birthday celebration by singing 'Happy Birthday' outside her nursing home window.

Trump tells GM to make ventilators amid patient surge

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday invoked emergency powers to require General Motors to build much-needed ventilators as U.S. hospitals brace for a patient surge. Lisa Bernhard has more.

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday invoked emergency powers to require General Motors to build much-needed ventilators as U.S. hospitals brace for a patient surge. Lisa Bernhard has more.

Pope holds dramatic solitary service

Pope Francis said the coronavirus had put everyone "in the same boat" as he held a dramatic, solitary prayer service in St. Peter's Square on Friday, urging the world to see the crisis as a test of solidarity and a reminder of basic values. This repo

Pope Francis said the coronavirus had put everyone "in the same boat" as he held a dramatic, solitary prayer service in St. Peter's Square on Friday, urging the world to see the crisis as a test of solidarity and a reminder of basic values. This repo

What is PPE and why is it in high demand?

Demand continues to rise for personal protective equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus pandemic. What is it and why is there such clamour across the world to secure it in large quantities?

Demand continues to rise for personal protective equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus pandemic. What is it and why is there such clamour across the world to secure it in large quantities?

When Boris Johnson said he'd 'continue to shake hands' despite coronavirus threat

Footage from the Government briefing on March 3, when Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would continue to shake people's hands, despite the threat of coronavirus. Mr Johnson tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday March 27.

Footage from the Government briefing on March 3, when Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would continue to shake people's hands, despite the threat of coronavirus. Mr Johnson tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday March 27.

'Obey the rules': Indonesia's doctor shouts from tricycle

An Indonesian doctor has been voluntarily patrolling neighborhoods on the outskirts of Jakarta with a residents' taskforce, to raise awareness about the coronavirus and to advise the public to stay at home amid a growing outbreak.

An Indonesian doctor has been voluntarily patrolling neighborhoods on the outskirts of Jakarta with a residents' taskforce, to raise awareness about the coronavirus and to advise the public to stay at home amid a growing outbreak.

Baby tiger 'Covid' brings hope to Mexican zoo

The surprise birth of baby tiger 'Covid' is bringing hope and joy to the owners of a Mexican zoo. Gloria Tso has more.

The surprise birth of baby tiger 'Covid' is bringing hope and joy to the owners of a Mexican zoo. Gloria Tso has more.

'My heart is full:' Man serenades parents during lockdown

During this time of anxiety, one Chilean man, Gonzalo Acuna, has decided to spread the love by overcoming the barriers of self-isolation and turning to his passion of the accordion to bring joy to his parents through their glass windows. Libby Hogan

During this time of anxiety, one Chilean man, Gonzalo Acuna, has decided to spread the love by overcoming the barriers of self-isolation and turning to his passion of the accordion to bring joy to his parents through their glass windows. Libby Hogan

Fukushima locals disappointed about Olympics

Residents in Japan's Fukushima are saddened by the cancellation of the Olympic torch relay, which was supposed to begin in the city on Thursday (March 26) before the Tokyo Games were officially postponed.

Residents in Japan's Fukushima are saddened by the cancellation of the Olympic torch relay, which was supposed to begin in the city on Thursday (March 26) before the Tokyo Games were officially postponed.

Coronavirus could kill 81,000 in U.S., says study

The coronavirus pandemic could kill more than 81,000 people in the United States in the next four months and may not subside until June, according to a data analysis conducted by University of Washington School of Medicine.

The coronavirus pandemic could kill more than 81,000 people in the United States in the next four months and may not subside until June, according to a data analysis conducted by University of Washington School of Medicine.

Coronavirus: Can you get reinfected? And other essential COVID-19 info

Professor Raina MacIntyre from the University of New South Wales answers the coronavirus questions people have been asking.

Professor Raina MacIntyre from the University of New South Wales answers the coronavirus questions people have been asking.

Coronavirus: Five-month-old baby among new Australian cases

A five-month-old baby is among Western Australia's new COVID-19 cases, as Premier Mark McGowan outlined the state's new measures to contain the spread.

A five-month-old baby is among Western Australia's new COVID-19 cases, as Premier Mark McGowan outlined the state's new measures to contain the spread.

Britain to increase coronavirus tests for frontline workers

Britain is scaling up coronavirus testing for frontline National Health Service (NHS) staff, with hundreds of tests due to be carried out in coming days and many more next week.

Britain is scaling up coronavirus testing for frontline National Health Service (NHS) staff, with hundreds of tests due to be carried out in coming days and many more next week.

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