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covid19 april03 Confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide crossed 1 million Friday. According to the latest data provided by Johns Hopkins University, a total of 1,040,664 people were tested positive for the killer virus, and 55,191 others died due to the disease. However, Australia's Chief Medical Officer Prof. Brendan Murphy said at a news conference that the actual number of coronavirus cases across the world co

tennessee april03 Thursday, President Donald Trump declared that a major disaster exists in the State of Tennessee and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by the Coronavirus Disease. Federal funding is available to State and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations for emergency protective measures, including direct Federal a

trump april03 President Donald Trump has tested negative for coronavirus, his White House physician said. "The President was subjected to the test utilizing a new, rapid-point-of-care test capability, said a Memorandum from the President's Physician. Dr. Sean Conley said the sample collection took just one minute and results were reported back in 15 minutes. "He is healthy and without symptoms," according to

coronavirus april03 As COVID-19 continues to rage across the United States at an alarming pace, the number of daily deaths in the country due to the virus reached a new peak of 1,169. The U.S. also recorded more than 30,000 new confirmed cases in the same 24-hour period, raising the total to 245380. This is nearly a quarter of the global confirmed cases. By late Thursday, U.S. reported 6,095 deaths. Although this

francisxsuarez april03 Miami Mayor Francis Suarez has requested U.S. President Donald Trump to immediately suspend flights from COVID-19 hotspots, both international and domestic, to Miami International Airport, to stop the spread of the virus among Miami residents. The mayor asked Trump to direct various government agencies to carry out his request as soon as possible, including the Federal Aviation Administration.

coronavirus april02 With the number of COVID-19 deaths and infections soaring in the West, the head of the World Health Organization has warned that global infections will cross a million and deaths will reach 50,000 within days. Confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide reached 940,515 and deaths rose to 47,514 on Thursday, according to a Johns Hopkins University data. "Over the past five weeks, we have witnessed a ne

covid19 april02 The death toll from the coronavirus pandemic in the United States crossed 5,000 on Wednesday, with 884 more deaths reporting in 24 hours. This is the biggest daily surge in coronavirus deaths in U.S. since the first case in the country was reported on January 23. Also, the number of confirmed infections across the country rose by more than 25,000 in one day. In all, 215,344 people tested posi

cop26 april0220 The 26th UN Climate Change Conference has been postponed to next year over coronavirus concerns. The key climate summit was scheduled to be held in Glasgow from November 9 to 20. More than 30,000 delegates including heads of state, climate experts, and campaigners were to discuss coordinated action to tackle climate change in what would have been the biggest such international summit the UK has

covid april01 As the coronavirus continues to rage across the world killing thousands and infecting more, three countries - Spain, the United Kingdom and France - reported their biggest overnight jump in deaths since the start of the pandemic. Spain's coronavirus death toll rose by 849 cases overnight to 8,189. Britain's Health Ministry reported a record daily coronavirus toll of 381, more than double the n

antonioguterres april0120 The United Nations launched on Tuesday a new plan to counter the potentially devastating socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, calling on everyone to "act together to lessen the blow to people." UN secretary-general António Guterres said the global body is establishing a new multi-partner "Trust Fund for COVID19 Response and Recovery" to respond to the emergency and recover from the so

trump1 april01 As the coronavirus death toll in the United States crossed 4,000 and officials predict that the virus has the potential to kill as many as 200,000 people in the country, President Donald Trump warned Americans of "very painful" two weeks ahead. The president, who tried to play down the seriousness of the pandemic just a week ago by saying that the early COVID-19 fatality numbers were much less th

covidr march31 The global coronavirus death toll has risen to 38,721, and the number of confirmed cases increased to 799,724 Tuesday. Italy remains the country where most number of people died of COVID-19 - 11591. It has a total of 101,739 reported cases. The death toll reached 8,189 in Spain after recording its highest number of fatalities in a single day - 849. The number of infected cases is nearing 100000

coronavirus march31 Coronavirus is spreading in the United States at a pace faster than in any other part of the world. Out of the total death toll of 3,173 due to the virus, 540 new deaths were reported in a 24-hour period on Monday, the deadliest day yet in the country due to the pandemic. The United States, which overtook Italy last week as the country with the highest number of Covid-19 infections, has more than

ventilators march31 President Donald Trump said that as the United States approaches cornavirus infection peak in a couple of weeks, there will be enough number of ventilators available for COVID-19 patients in the country. Responding to a question at a White House news conference Monday, Trump said, "We're going to be in very good shape." "We have now 10 companies, at least, making hundreds of thousands ventilator

covid march30 The global coronavirus death toll has risen to 34,780 on Monday, with Italy remaining the worst affected. The death toll crossed 10,000 in Italy, where the number of infected cases is nearing 100,000.

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