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Coronavirus: WHO holds social media Q&A answering questions on the Covid-19 pandemic – watch live

Guardian News Started streaming 5 minutes ago World Health Organization (WHO) is expected to hold a live event on social media with Maria Van Kerkhove, WHO technical lead for COVID-19, and Mike Ryan, WHO’s top emergency expert

Coronavirus: South Africa in midst of COVID-19 ‘storm’

Sky News Jul 28, 2020 South Africa is now the world’s fifth worst-hit country for coronavirus cases – but the actual situation may be far worse. Residents in poorer townships are finding it hard to be tested. And in cities … Continue reading

Coronavirus in Africa: Is the fallout worse than the disease? | COVID-19 Special

DW News Sep 15, 2020 Caseloads have been lower than forecast, but the pandemic is hitting Africa’s economy hard, disrupting tourism and other crucial sectors. With work at a standstill for many, there’s less money for food and shelter. Here … Continue reading

Europe scrambles to tighten rules as COVID cases surge | Coronavirus update

DW News Oct 14, 2020 European countries have begun imposing new restrictions on public and private life as they struggle to cope with steep rises in coronavirus infections. The UK which has Europe’s highest pandemic death toll, has unveiled a … Continue reading

Covid-19 pandemic: Tracking the global coronavirus outbreak – BBC News

By The Visual and Data Journalism Team BBC News Published 12 hours ago Coronavirus pandemic Coronavirus is continuing its spread across the world, with more than 38 million confirmed cases in 189 countries and more than one million deaths. The … Continue reading

Covid: Trump’s son Barron had coronavirus, says first lady – BBC News

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-54548661 US President Donald Trump’s 14-year-old son Barron contracted coronavirus but has since tested negative, First Lady Melania Trump revealed. In a statement, Mrs Trump said her “fear came true” when Barron tested positive for Covid-19. But, she said, “luckily … Continue reading

The Coronavirus Pandemic: Will People Accept a COVID-19 Vaccine?

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Published on Oct 4, 2020 More than 180 COVID-19 vaccines are in various stages of development, including several currently being tested for safety and efficacy. Some experts expect a vaccine to be available … Continue reading

Coronavirus: Will President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis change his attitude toward the pandemic

Global News Published on Oct 2, 2020 The commander-in-chief of the U.S., President Donald Trump, now has a potentially life-threatening virus after testing positive for COVID-19. Through much of the pandemic, Trump has often said it would eventually “disappear,” that … Continue reading

Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID – 19): WHO Update (13 July 2020)

United Nations Published on Jul 13, 2020 WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, “too many countries are headed in the wrong direction” in the fight against COVID-19 and stressed that “mixed messages from leaders are undermining the most critical ingredient … Continue reading

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Maps, Solutions & Resources – ESRI

Respond to the pandemic Maps and analyses provide a common frame of reference and integrate all types of relevant data. Maps can aid better visualization, understanding, and response planning for decision-makers in a rapidly changing environment. Johns Hopkins University dashboard … Continue reading