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Coronavirus around the world:
March 16, 2020
In our daily roundup of the top coronavirus headlines from around the world, we cover Canada's new border controls to try to curb the outbreak, the supermarkets' plea to shoppers to stop panic buying, and more stories.
HOW TO TREAT COVID-19? |
12 DW News June 2020 (11.50)
As millions of people around the globe continue to suffer during the coronavirus pandemic, the entire world is holding out for a cure. The coronavirus pandemic is a test for national governments,the global scientific community and the pharmaceutical industry. The stakes could hardly be higher. How close are we to curing Covid-19?
One drug that's attracted a LOT of attention during the pandemic is Hydroxychloroquin, used to treat malaria. US President Donald Trump claimed he was taking it to help ward off the coronavirus, a course of action scientists do not recommend. That said, there still appears to be some confusion about the drug's effects.
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April 22 (11.55.00)
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THE LATEST COVID-19 NEWS
ABC News AustraliaSaturday 11 April |
More than 100,000 people have died around the world from COVID-19.
According to Johns Hopkins University, Italy has the highest number of fatalities, before the United States and Spain.
More than 1.6 million cases have been recorded globally.
In this update:
0:01 - More than 100,000 people have died around the world from COVID-19
0:28 - The coronavirus death toll in the United States continues to rise.
1:35 - The UK has recorded its highest daily number of coronavirus deaths.
4:35 - UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's condition improves after going into ICU a few days ago.
7:02 - The head of the World Health Organisation warns the coronavirus could have a deadly resurgence if country lift social distancing restrictions too early.
8:05 - South Korea says 91 people thought to have recovered from coronavirus have tested positive again.
8:33 - Uruguay's government says it will repatriate 112 Australians and New Zealanders from a cruise ship stranded near the capital.
9:02 - Australia has recorded 6,215 confirmed cases of coronavirus, an increase of 106 cases in the past 24 hours.
9:55 - Queensland introduces further restrictions to tighten existing state border controls.
10:28 - NSW Arts Minister Don Harwin has resigned from Cabinet after breaching public health orders.
11:04 - Overseas travellers begin to head home after spending 14 days in forced hotel quarantine.
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