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Coronavirus in numbers: Worldwide cases approach 11 million

Coronavirus in numbers: Worldwide cases approach 11 million

The Department of Health and Social Care said 44,131 people had died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Thursday, up by 137. The Government figures do not include all dea...

The Department of Health and Social Care said 44,131 people had died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Thursday, up by 137. The Government figures do not include all dea...

Kim Jong Un praises North Korea's COVID response

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has praised his country's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, describing it as a "shining success".

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has praised his country's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, describing it as a "shining success".

New Zealand heads into weekend with no new cases of Covid-19 at the border

It comes as a trio of high-profile Kiwis, including former PM Helen Clark, have called for a discussion around loosening border restrictions.

It comes as a trio of high-profile Kiwis, including former PM Helen Clark, have called for a discussion around loosening border restrictions.

"Very little risk" pets can infect owners with COVID

There is 'very little risk' that pets can infect their owners with COVID-19, the chief scientist of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday (July 2).

There is 'very little risk' that pets can infect their owners with COVID-19, the chief scientist of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday (July 2).

Trump: We're doing very well

US President Donald Trump has praised his administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic. Mr Trump said his government were "doing very well", despite the US recording over 131,000 deaths.

US President Donald Trump has praised his administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic. Mr Trump said his government were "doing very well", despite the US recording over 131,000 deaths.

Florida hits record 10,000 COVID-19 cases in a day

[NFA] Florida shattered records on Thursday when it reported over 10,000 new coronavirus cases, the biggest one-day increase in the state since the pandemic started, according to a Reuters tally. Jillian Kitchener has more.

[NFA] Florida shattered records on Thursday when it reported over 10,000 new coronavirus cases, the biggest one-day increase in the state since the pandemic started, according to a Reuters tally. Jillian Kitchener has more.

Russian hospital workers criticize working conditions

Frontline medical workers in Moscow talk about lack of protection in the fight against COVID-19. A doctor and a nurse talk about the difficulties they face at work every day.

Frontline medical workers in Moscow talk about lack of protection in the fight against COVID-19. A doctor and a nurse talk about the difficulties they face at work every day.

Amazon Granting Front-Line Workers $500 Million in Bonuses

According to CNET, the $500 million will go to those most at risk of being infected with COVID-19.

According to CNET, the $500 million will go to those most at risk of being infected with COVID-19.

These Prom Dresses And Tuxes... Are Made From Duck Brand Duct Tape

These are finalists of a competition to make prom attire out of Duck Brand Duct Tape. Despite the coronavirus lockdown putting a halt to traditional end of school year dances, the Duck Brand's 20th annual 'Stuck At Prom' scholarship contest is goi...

These are finalists of a competition to make prom attire out of Duck Brand Duct Tape. Despite the coronavirus lockdown putting a halt to traditional end of school year dances, the Duck Brand's 20th annual 'Stuck At Prom' scholarship contest is goi...

Masks, beers and 2m visits: life in a care home after a coronavirus outbreak

In April, St Ronans care home in Southsea, Portsmouth, tested positive for coronavirus. Without readily available testing, staff think Covid-19 infected about 25 of their residents. Four died with symptoms or suspected symptoms.

In April, St Ronans care home in Southsea, Portsmouth, tested positive for coronavirus. Without readily available testing, staff think Covid-19 infected about 25 of their residents. Four died with symptoms or suspected symptoms.

Ringo Starr Reuniting With Paul McCartney for Birthday Charity Show

Ringo Starr Reuniting With Paul McCartney for Birthday Charity Show In honor of his 80th birthday, Ringo Starr announced his plan to host a charity concert event. The four charities that will benefit

Ringo Starr Reuniting With Paul McCartney for Birthday Charity Show In honor of his 80th birthday, Ringo Starr announced his plan to host a charity concert event. The four charities that will benefit

Comparing New Zealand's COVID-19 approach to Brazil's

Dirk Brockmann from Germany's Robert Koch Institut talks to DW about why New Zealand was so successful in containing the coronavirus outbreak compared to Brazil.

Dirk Brockmann from Germany's Robert Koch Institut talks to DW about why New Zealand was so successful in containing the coronavirus outbreak compared to Brazil.

What is community transmission of Covid-19?

Public health authorities in many countries are concerned about community transmission of the virus that causes Covid-19. But what is community transmission – and how can it be prevented?

Public health authorities in many countries are concerned about community transmission of the virus that causes Covid-19. But what is community transmission – and how can it be prevented?

As Japan re-opens, a hospital grapples with COVID

At the entrance of Yokohama City Seibu Hospital, elderly patients wait in line to have their temperatures checked. Staff in face shields, masks and plastic gloves guard the hospital's automatic doors, asking each patient to answer a dozen questions b

At the entrance of Yokohama City Seibu Hospital, elderly patients wait in line to have their temperatures checked. Staff in face shields, masks and plastic gloves guard the hospital's automatic doors, asking each patient to answer a dozen questions b

Ardern warns Victoria, Australia is an example of how Covid-19 virus can take hold again in NZ

The PM says it's a reminder of how NZ is “currently a safe haven in a dangerous world”.

The PM says it's a reminder of how NZ is “currently a safe haven in a dangerous world”.

Another day of zero new cases of Covid-19 recorded in New Zealand

Dr Ashley Bloomfield gave the update in a press conference today.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield gave the update in a press conference today.

Fauci warns new COVID-19 cases could hit 100,000 a day

[NFA] The United States should not bank on the availability of a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine, the government's top infectious diseases expert said on Tuesday, and he warned that the daily surge in cases could more than double if Americans fai

[NFA] The United States should not bank on the availability of a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine, the government's top infectious diseases expert said on Tuesday, and he warned that the daily surge in cases could more than double if Americans fai

EU sets 'safe' travel list, excluding U.S.

The European Union has excluded the United States from its initial "safe list" of countries from which the bloc will allow non-essential travel from Wednesday.

The European Union has excluded the United States from its initial "safe list" of countries from which the bloc will allow non-essential travel from Wednesday.

Two thirds of people sleeping badly during lockdown

Almost two thirds of people in the U.K. are struggling to get enough sleep during coronavirus lockdown.

Almost two thirds of people in the U.K. are struggling to get enough sleep during coronavirus lockdown.

Farewell to the global supply chain?

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, European companies with long supply chains are looking vulnerable. Overreliance on production in just one country can cause problems. Global supply chains are increasingly seen as a liability. What is the alte...

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, European companies with long supply chains are looking vulnerable. Overreliance on production in just one country can cause problems. Global supply chains are increasingly seen as a liability. What is the alte...

'You can't furlough an otter': why one English zoo remains shut

Andy Cowell runs the Fenn Bell Conservation Project in Medway, Kent. After 12 weeks of closure, as running costs mounted, zoos were suddenly told with less than a week's notice that they could reopen on Monday to reduced visitors.

Andy Cowell runs the Fenn Bell Conservation Project in Medway, Kent. After 12 weeks of closure, as running costs mounted, zoos were suddenly told with less than a week's notice that they could reopen on Monday to reduced visitors.

Germany extends lockdown in Guetersloh

The western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) said on Monday that as a precaution it would extend by one week a lockdown in one of two districts affected by an outbreak of the coronavirus at a slaughterhouse.

The western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) said on Monday that as a precaution it would extend by one week a lockdown in one of two districts affected by an outbreak of the coronavirus at a slaughterhouse.

Johnson announces 'New Deal' to prepare for coronavirus economic shock

Boris Johnson has announced a spending spree and a new "opportunity guarantee" to help the economy cope with the "aftershock" of the coronavirus crisis. The Prime Minister acknowledged that jobs which existed at the start of the pandemic may be l...

Boris Johnson has announced a spending spree and a new "opportunity guarantee" to help the economy cope with the "aftershock" of the coronavirus crisis. The Prime Minister acknowledged that jobs which existed at the start of the pandemic may be l...

Elton John and Kelly Clarkson help raise $700,000 for Los Angeles Covid-19 relief

Appearances by Elton John and Kelly Clarkson helped Los Angeles TV station KTLA raise more than $700,000 dollars for Covid-19 relief.

Appearances by Elton John and Kelly Clarkson helped Los Angeles TV station KTLA raise more than $700,000 dollars for Covid-19 relief.

How would a coronavirus vaccine work and will we even get one?

Science editor Ian Sample explains how vaccines work, runs through some of the main obstacles to creating one for coronavirus and preparing it for public use.

Science editor Ian Sample explains how vaccines work, runs through some of the main obstacles to creating one for coronavirus and preparing it for public use.

Luxury sales to stay weak - LVMH

LVMH says demand for luxury goods is set to stay subdued as tourists stay home.

LVMH says demand for luxury goods is set to stay subdued as tourists stay home.

Chinese researchers warn of new virus in pigs

A new flu virus found in Chinese pigs has become more infectious to humans and needs to be watched closely in case it becomes a potential “pandemic virus”, a study said, although experts said there is no imminent threat.

A new flu virus found in Chinese pigs has become more infectious to humans and needs to be watched closely in case it becomes a potential “pandemic virus”, a study said, although experts said there is no imminent threat.

Forecasting the impact of the coronavirus pandemic

How will the COVID-19 pandemic change our lives and our way of working? Futurist Tristan Horx says the coronavirus offers opportunities, too. Are his forecasts merely utopian?

How will the COVID-19 pandemic change our lives and our way of working? Futurist Tristan Horx says the coronavirus offers opportunities, too. Are his forecasts merely utopian?

Coronavirus winners - pandemic boosts the bottom line

The number of COVID-19 infections in Nigeria nearly doubled in June. Fear of the pandemic is driving many to do their business online. Some firms operating in the digital economy are seeing rising demand.

The number of COVID-19 infections in Nigeria nearly doubled in June. Fear of the pandemic is driving many to do their business online. Some firms operating in the digital economy are seeing rising demand.

Six months on, Wuhan hopes the worst is over

Life is returning back to normal in Wuhan, six months after China first reported cases of 'viral pneumonia' in Wuhan to the World Health Organization.

Life is returning back to normal in Wuhan, six months after China first reported cases of 'viral pneumonia' in Wuhan to the World Health Organization.

California sees record jump in COVID-19 cases

[NFA] California and Texas both marked record spikes in new COVID-19 infections on Monday, a Reuters tally showed, as Los Angeles reported an "alarming" one-day surge that put it over 100,000 cases.

[NFA] California and Texas both marked record spikes in new COVID-19 infections on Monday, a Reuters tally showed, as Los Angeles reported an "alarming" one-day surge that put it over 100,000 cases.

Boosting Immunity During COVID-19

Sometimes protecting yourself from a virus means changing up your diet.

Sometimes protecting yourself from a virus means changing up your diet.

CDC says there could be 10 times more US COVID-19 cases than reported

According to the health agency, there could be as many as 23 million coronavirus infections in the US.

According to the health agency, there could be as many as 23 million coronavirus infections in the US.

Young people account for ‘disturbing’ number of new COVID-19 cases

As COVID-19 surges in cities and states across the country, public health officials have identified an alarming trend among younger people.

As COVID-19 surges in cities and states across the country, public health officials have identified an alarming trend among younger people.

Coronavirus survivors at risk of post-traumatic stress disorder

Those who have been seriously ill in hospital while battling coronavirus have a significantly increased risk of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Those who have been seriously ill in hospital while battling coronavirus have a significantly increased risk of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Save the strawberries this Wimbledon fortnight

Today marks what should have been the start of Wimbledon 2020, but like many other events around the world, it's been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Today marks what should have been the start of Wimbledon 2020, but like many other events around the world, it's been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

How to Boost Your Immune System Post Lockdown

With millions of people stuck at home for the last several months, it's likely their immune system has weakened due to lack of exposure. Here are a few different ways you can boost your immune system after lockdown.

With millions of people stuck at home for the last several months, it's likely their immune system has weakened due to lack of exposure. Here are a few different ways you can boost your immune system after lockdown.

The Driver: Berlin

The pandemic may be a disaster for his business, but Simi Simsek still loves to drive his taxi. He's a resourceful Berliner who's seen a few things in his cab over the years. But sometimes, he still loses his cool.

The pandemic may be a disaster for his business, but Simi Simsek still loves to drive his taxi. He's a resourceful Berliner who's seen a few things in his cab over the years. But sometimes, he still loses his cool.

Cycling in times of coronavirus: reclaim the city!

Could riding a bike be the best way to protect yourself from coronavirus? It keeps you away from crowded public transport, keeps you fit and lets you feel free. Cities are reacting by quickly expanding bike lanes.

Could riding a bike be the best way to protect yourself from coronavirus? It keeps you away from crowded public transport, keeps you fit and lets you feel free. Cities are reacting by quickly expanding bike lanes.

Coronavirus in numbers: Worldwide deaths exceed 500,000

Johns Hopkins university confirms that the total number of people who have died with Covid-19 worldwide has passed 500,000, shortly after the official number of those who have been infected passed 10 million.

Johns Hopkins university confirms that the total number of people who have died with Covid-19 worldwide has passed 500,000, shortly after the official number of those who have been infected passed 10 million.

Boris Johnson: Coronavirus has been an absolute nightmare

The coronavirus pandemic has been an "absolute nightmare" and a "disaster" for the country, Boris Johnson has said, as he promised a "whack-a-mole" strategy to tackling local flare-ups of the virus. The Prime Minister told the newly launched Time...

The coronavirus pandemic has been an "absolute nightmare" and a "disaster" for the country, Boris Johnson has said, as he promised a "whack-a-mole" strategy to tackling local flare-ups of the virus. The Prime Minister told the newly launched Time...

Australia sees biggest daily rise in COVID-19

Australia's second most populous state said on Monday (June 29) it is considering reimposing social distancing restrictions after the country reported its biggest one-day rise in new coronavirus infections in more than two months.

Australia's second most populous state said on Monday (June 29) it is considering reimposing social distancing restrictions after the country reported its biggest one-day rise in new coronavirus infections in more than two months.

200 care packs made a week to get iwi back on feet

Ngāti Wai spokesperson Aperehama Edwards wants iwi to get back on their feet.

Ngāti Wai spokesperson Aperehama Edwards wants iwi to get back on their feet.

Toi Ohomai forge partnership with local Ahuwhenua Trust

Toi Ohomai and a local Ahuwhenua Trust forge a partnership to ensure the safety of Tamaki Māori Village staff.

Toi Ohomai and a local Ahuwhenua Trust forge a partnership to ensure the safety of Tamaki Māori Village staff.

Tamati Coffey explains why Rotorua is now a quarantine centre

No room at Auckland inns for Kiwi repatriates in quarantine.

No room at Auckland inns for Kiwi repatriates in quarantine.

James Blunt criticises Madonna for coronavirus comments

James Blunt has criticised Madonna for calling the Covid-19 crisis a "great equaliser".

James Blunt has criticised Madonna for calling the Covid-19 crisis a "great equaliser".

Plastic Champagne flutes, face masks and quarantined dresses as bridal shops reopen

Plastic Champagne flutes, dresses in quarantine and face masks for fittings are some of the measures in place as bridal shops reopen. In England, the shops have been able to welcome customers since earlier this month and weddings of up to 30 peop...

Plastic Champagne flutes, dresses in quarantine and face masks for fittings are some of the measures in place as bridal shops reopen. In England, the shops have been able to welcome customers since earlier this month and weddings of up to 30 peop...

15-year-old helps fight COVID-19 with wristband that stops you touching your face

A fifteen-year-old entrepreneur has developed a wearable device that stops you touching your face. The technology aims to tackle one of the key transmission pathways of Covid-19 - face touching. Vybpro is a wristband which vibrates to alert wearer...

A fifteen-year-old entrepreneur has developed a wearable device that stops you touching your face. The technology aims to tackle one of the key transmission pathways of Covid-19 - face touching. Vybpro is a wristband which vibrates to alert wearer...

How to ease your post-lockdown anxiety

For months we have been adjusting to life in lockdown, but over the coming weeks and months, lockdown restrictions are gradually going to ease.

For months we have been adjusting to life in lockdown, but over the coming weeks and months, lockdown restrictions are gradually going to ease.

Global cases of coronavirus exceed 10 million

The number of reported cases of COVID-19 passed the 10 million milestone on Sunday, according to a Reuters tally.

The number of reported cases of COVID-19 passed the 10 million milestone on Sunday, according to a Reuters tally.

U.S. COVID-19 cases soar past 2.5 million

[NFA] Florida, Arizona and Nevada recorded daily highs for cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, highlighting the worsening spread of the virus in several southern and western states, as the number of confirmed cases in the U.S. rose to more than 2.5 millio

[NFA] Florida, Arizona and Nevada recorded daily highs for cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, highlighting the worsening spread of the virus in several southern and western states, as the number of confirmed cases in the U.S. rose to more than 2.5 millio

US recorded biggest increase since pandemic began

The United States has recorded its biggest increase in COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began, with some hospitals at breaking point.

The United States has recorded its biggest increase in COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began, with some hospitals at breaking point.

Texas and Florida reverse reopening plans

With new coronavirus cases surging in Texas and Florida, officials in both states on Friday ordered bars to close again and imposed tighter restrictions on restaurants, setting back efforts to reopen their economies. Lisa Bernhard produced this repor

With new coronavirus cases surging in Texas and Florida, officials in both states on Friday ordered bars to close again and imposed tighter restrictions on restaurants, setting back efforts to reopen their economies. Lisa Bernhard produced this repor

Paris airport's 'new normal' comes with UV tunnel, thermal cameras

Paris's Orly Airport has ramped up security measures as it prepares to resume commercial flights after a nearly three-month hiatus.

Paris's Orly Airport has ramped up security measures as it prepares to resume commercial flights after a nearly three-month hiatus.

US Fears 'Apocalyptic' Surges of COVID-19 in Most Populous States

California, Florida and Texas have seen record-breaking spikes in COVID-19 cases over the past week.

California, Florida and Texas have seen record-breaking spikes in COVID-19 cases over the past week.

Joe Biden surges ahead of Trump in polls

The true toll on Donald Trump’s chances of re-election has been revealed in staggering new figures.

The true toll on Donald Trump’s chances of re-election has been revealed in staggering new figures.

People of Colour Are Exempt From Wearing Masks in Oregon County

Lincoln County, Oregon, has concerns about masks and racial profiling.

Lincoln County, Oregon, has concerns about masks and racial profiling.

World's Fastest Supercomputer Joins the Fight Against COVID-19

Japan's Fugaku supercomputer recently surpassed a US IBM machine as the world's fasted computer.

Japan's Fugaku supercomputer recently surpassed a US IBM machine as the world's fasted computer.

Who Bought All The Toilet Paper?

A new study has found who bought all the toilet paper when the COVID-19 pandemic started.

A new study has found who bought all the toilet paper when the COVID-19 pandemic started.

Australia sends in army to battle virus spike

Australia's second most populous state deployed ambulances and mobile test centres as it begins a mass testing operation. That comes as the country recorded its biggest daily rise in cases in two months.

Australia's second most populous state deployed ambulances and mobile test centres as it begins a mass testing operation. That comes as the country recorded its biggest daily rise in cases in two months.

Australia to start door to door Covid-19 testing after spike

Australian health workers plan to go door to door, testing over 100,000 residents in a coronavirus hotspot in Melbourne.

Australian health workers plan to go door to door, testing over 100,000 residents in a coronavirus hotspot in Melbourne.

U.S. hits second-largest case spike in single day

The United States has recorded the second-largest increase in coronavirus cases since the health crisis began, with a rise of 35,588 new infections on Tuesday (June 23) as a dozen states see infections surge, according to a Reuters tally.

The United States has recorded the second-largest increase in coronavirus cases since the health crisis began, with a rise of 35,588 new infections on Tuesday (June 23) as a dozen states see infections surge, according to a Reuters tally.

First-ever mobile coronavirus test lab made from shipping containers: study

Researchers from the U.K. have developed the first-ever shipping container lab for COVID-19 testing that features a mobile, low cost, scalable and open-source design.The lab units are called CONTAIN, according to a preprint study in BioRxive.

Researchers from the U.K. have developed the first-ever shipping container lab for COVID-19 testing that features a mobile, low cost, scalable and open-source design.The lab units are called CONTAIN, according to a preprint study in BioRxive.

Donald Trump Says He Wasn’t Joking About Slowing COVID-19 Testing

President Donald Trump has confirmed that he was serious about his suggestion that COVID-19 testing needed to be slowed down in the United States.

President Donald Trump has confirmed that he was serious about his suggestion that COVID-19 testing needed to be slowed down in the United States.

Germany: Racism increasing during pandemic

People of Asian appearance are being scapegoated in Germany because the coronavirus originated in China. The incidents expose ingrained racist beliefs. One woman has set up a website to make the problem more visible and provide self-help.

People of Asian appearance are being scapegoated in Germany because the coronavirus originated in China. The incidents expose ingrained racist beliefs. One woman has set up a website to make the problem more visible and provide self-help.

Stocking Up On Campbells Soup

With the spread of COVID, many have been stocking up on canned goods and familiar brands like Campbell are what they've been gravitating too.

With the spread of COVID, many have been stocking up on canned goods and familiar brands like Campbell are what they've been gravitating too.

Covid-19 tests need to be done in 'hours' to prevent second wave

Coronavirus testing needs to be done in a "matter of hours" in order to prevent a second wave, an expert has said. Infectious disease specialist Professor David Heymann told a Chatham House briefing on Covid-19 that a second wave, or a resurgenc...

Coronavirus testing needs to be done in a "matter of hours" in order to prevent a second wave, an expert has said. Infectious disease specialist Professor David Heymann told a Chatham House briefing on Covid-19 that a second wave, or a resurgenc...

WHO expects to see worldwide Covid-19 cases reach 10 million within next week

The World Health Organisation (WHO) said that it expects to see the number of cases of Covid-19 reach 10 million within the next week. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO director general, told a press briefing in Geneva: "More than 9.1 million ca...

The World Health Organisation (WHO) said that it expects to see the number of cases of Covid-19 reach 10 million within the next week. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO director general, told a press briefing in Geneva: "More than 9.1 million ca...

Tokyo may need to reimpose its quarantine

Tokyo's new coronavirus cases climbed to 55 on Wednesday, public broadcaster NHK said, the highest tally in 1-1/2 months after a cluster of infections was found at an unnamed office in the Japanese capital.

Tokyo's new coronavirus cases climbed to 55 on Wednesday, public broadcaster NHK said, the highest tally in 1-1/2 months after a cluster of infections was found at an unnamed office in the Japanese capital.

Trump rally draws crowd

US President Donald Trump continues to downplay coronavirus fears despite a major surge across the country, as he spoke to a packed crowd at his campaign event in Arizona and toured the border wall.

US President Donald Trump continues to downplay coronavirus fears despite a major surge across the country, as he spoke to a packed crowd at his campaign event in Arizona and toured the border wall.

IT professionals in short supply

Changing work habits in response to the pandemic have exacerbated the shortage of skilled personnel in computer-related professions. We visit a company in Hamburg that offers intensive training courses in several disciplines.

Changing work habits in response to the pandemic have exacerbated the shortage of skilled personnel in computer-related professions. We visit a company in Hamburg that offers intensive training courses in several disciplines.

Computer games in the age of COVID-19

Stuck at home during lockdown, many people have been playing games on their computers. That has boosted the fortunes of some major game developers, others in the industry are not doing so well.

Stuck at home during lockdown, many people have been playing games on their computers. That has boosted the fortunes of some major game developers, others in the industry are not doing so well.

Slow surfing in Germany

In Germany, internet speeds in many parts of the countryside are more donkey than race horse. In this day and age, and especially since COVID-19, speed is crucial for industry, education, communication and entertainment.

In Germany, internet speeds in many parts of the countryside are more donkey than race horse. In this day and age, and especially since COVID-19, speed is crucial for industry, education, communication and entertainment.

Chile hospital gives families a last goodbye

The University of Chile's clinical hospital in Santiago has taken the rare step of allowing families a chance for an in-person final farewell, where possible. Gavino Garay has more.

The University of Chile's clinical hospital in Santiago has taken the rare step of allowing families a chance for an in-person final farewell, where possible. Gavino Garay has more.

Boris Johnson announces changes to social distancing guidelines in England

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces alterations to the two metre social distancing guidelines, as more businesses reopen as lockdown restrictions are eased in England.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces alterations to the two metre social distancing guidelines, as more businesses reopen as lockdown restrictions are eased in England.

Sanofi eyes vaccine approval by early 2021

French drugmaker Sanofi expects to get approval for the potential coronavirus vaccine it is developing with GlaxoSmithKline by the first half of next year.

French drugmaker Sanofi expects to get approval for the potential coronavirus vaccine it is developing with GlaxoSmithKline by the first half of next year.

Coronavirus: Two more Trump staffers test positive for COVID-19

More staff at Donald Trump's Tulsa campaign rally have tested positive for COVID-19.

More staff at Donald Trump's Tulsa campaign rally have tested positive for COVID-19.

Plasma donations: Men 'make more coronavirus antibodies' than women

Men make more coronavirus antibodies than women which makes them better plasma donors, according to anew study.

Men make more coronavirus antibodies than women which makes them better plasma donors, according to anew study.

Two more Trump staffers test positive for coronavirus

[NFA] Two more staff members of President Donald Trump's campaign have tested positive for the coronavirus, a Trump spokesman said on Monday. Gavino Garay has more.

[NFA] Two more staff members of President Donald Trump's campaign have tested positive for the coronavirus, a Trump spokesman said on Monday. Gavino Garay has more.

Matt Hancock reveals lowest Covid-19 statistics since pandemic reached the UK

Health Secretary Matt Hancock reveals that Covid-19 deaths have reached the lowest daily rate since mid-March, showing a significant scaling back in the transmission of the virus.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock reveals that Covid-19 deaths have reached the lowest daily rate since mid-March, showing a significant scaling back in the transmission of the virus.

South Korea says it is battling 'second wave'

Health authorities in South Korea said for the first time on Monday it is in the midst of a "second wave" of novel coronavirus infections around Seoul.

Health authorities in South Korea said for the first time on Monday it is in the midst of a "second wave" of novel coronavirus infections around Seoul.