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World leaders demand free coronavirus vaccine for all

GENEVA -UNS : World leaders past and present insisted on Thursday that any eventual COVID-19 vaccines and treatments should be made available to everyone, free of charge. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan were among more than 140 signatories of a letter saying any vaccine …

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Saudi to enforce round-the-clock virus curfew at Eid

RIYADH (AFP) – Saudi Arabia will enforce a round-the-clock nationwide curfew during the five-day Eid al-Fitr holiday later this month to fight the coronavirus, the interior ministry said Tuesday, as infections spike. The kingdom, which has reported the highest number of virus cases in the Gulf region, is scrambling to …

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CIS Foreign Ministers discusses regional,Global epidemiological situations

ASHGABAT- UNS- CIS Foreign Ministers meeting discussed  key aspects of the regional and world agenda, including ensuring peace and security, countering modern threats and challenges, biological and environmental security, as well as other pressing issues of partnership of mutual interest. The meeting of CIS Foreign Ministers was held .Minister of Foreign …

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Trump Death Clock’ counts preventable US coronavirus deaths

A newly erected billboard in New York’s Times Square shows the number of US coronavirus deaths that its creator says could have been avoided if President Donald Trump had acted sooner — and it’s called the “Trump Death Clock.” Created by filmmaker Eugene Jarecki, the “clock” was installed on the …

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Over 90,000 health workers infected with COVID-19 worldwide

GENEVA (Reuters) – At least 90,000 health-care workers worldwide are believed to have been infected with COVID-19, and possibly twice that, amid reports of continuing shortages of protective equipment, the International Council of Nurses (ICN) said on Wednesday. The disease has killed more than 260 nurses, it said in a …

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US states loosen lockdowns as virus drug approved

WASHINGTON (AFP) – More US states eased pandemic lockdown measures on Friday even as coronavirus deaths rose, while American authorities greenlighted an experimental drug for emergency use on patients. Washington also renewed its warnings to Beijing a day after President Donald Trump threatened to slap tariffs on China, with the …

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