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Global coronavirus deaths surpass 1 million – Reuters tally

(Reuters) – More than 1 million people have died of COVID-19 around the world as of yesterday, according to a Reuters tally, with...

Colombia passes grim milestone of 800,000 coronavirus cases, more than 25,000 deaths

BOGOTA, (Reuters) – Coronavirus cases in Colombia, which is nearly a month into a national reopening after a long quarantine, surpassed 800,000 yesterday, a...

Florida to lift all coronavirus restrictions on restaurants and bars a day after thousands attend Trump rally

Florida will lift all coronavirus restrictions on restaurants and bars a day after President Donald Trump spoke to thousands of supporters at his campaign...

Russia seals another deal to supply and test its coronavirus vaccine abroad

MOSCOW, (Reuters) – Russia’s sovereign wealth fund will supply 100 million doses of its potential coronavirus vaccine to Indian drug company Dr Reddy’s...

India’s coronavirus crisis is catching up to the U.S. – it may already be worse

(BBC) - New Delhi — In just one month, the number of confirmed coronavirus infections in India has doubled from 2 million to more than 4 million....

India overtakes Brazil in coronavirus infections, some rail services resume

MUMBAI, (Reuters) – India overtook Brazil in coronavirus infection numbers today, making it second only to the United States after a record jump,...

Colombia coronavirus cases pass 600,000, deaths close to 19,400

BOGOTA, (Reuters) – Coronavirus cases in Colombia surpassed 600,000 yesterday as deaths from the virus approach 19,400, ahead of the end to more...

Brazil coronavirus cases tops 3.5 million, fatalities exceed 112,000: health ministry

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil reported 45,323 new cases of the novel coronavirus and 1,204 deaths from the disease caused by the virus in the...

Caribbean island tourism is affected by the spread of coronavirus

Many islands are open to American travelers. Going could mean bringing coronavirus to places ill prepared to deal with it. Not going could mean...

Coronavirus pandemic now driven by younger adults – WHO

MANILA, (Reuters) – The World Health Organization (WHO) said today it was concerned that the novel coronavirus spread was being driven by people in...
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