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2020 Watch: Has Donald Trump surrendered to the coronavirus?
Much of the political world, including people we speak to close to the Trump campaign, believes that the Republican president is facing the prospect of a blowout loss in four months unless the political landscape shifts dramatically. Recent history suggests there is time for a turnaround, although Trump is taking no steps to expand his coalition.
US holiday fuels worries about skyrocketing virus cases
Johns Hopkins on Sunday counted 45,300 new coronavirus infections reported Saturday i...
US marks record 53,069 coronavirus cases in 24 hours: Tracker
The second consecutive day of a record-high case count came as the United State...
US sees record 52,000 new virus cases in 24 hours
New daily case numbers have hovered around 40,000 in recent days, with Johns Hopkins recording 42,528 new infections one day earlier.
US states reimpose virus restrictions; Asia sees new cases
Health experts have said a disturbingly large number of cases are being seen among young people who are going out again, often without wearing masks or observing other social-distancing rules.
US deaths from coronavirus forecast to hit 180,000 by Oct
America is on track to lose 180,000 lives to coronavirus by the start of October, according to new data from experts modeling the pandemic at the University of Washington in Seattle, though an embrace of masks could decrease the damage.
China, Korea report new infections; Trump wants less testing
Chinese authorities reported 25 new confirmed cases with 22 in Beijing and three in neighboring Hubei province. They said 2.3 million people have been tested in an effort to contain the outbreak in the capital that led to the closure of its biggest wholesale food market.
China, Korea, Egypt report rise in virus cases as curbs ease
The Xinfadi market was closed after 50 people tested positive for the virus in the Chinese capital's first confirmed cases in 50 days.
Europe reopens many borders but not to Americans, Asians
Europe's reopening won't be a repeat of the chaotic free-for-all in March when panicked, uncoordinated border closures caused traffic jams that stretched for miles. Still, it's a complicated, shifting patchwork of different rules. And although tourist regions are desperately counting on them, a lot of Europeans may decide to stay close to home this summer.
COVID-19 death toll in US could hit 200,000-mark by September: Indian-American professor
Ashish Jha, the head of Harvard's Global Health Institute, told CNN on Wednesday that he is not trying to “scare” people to stay at home rather urged everyone to wear masks, adhere to the social distancing rules and called for ramping up testing and tracing infrastructure.
Global death toll from COVID-19 passes 400,000
The milestone was reached Sunday, a day after the Brazilian government stopped publishing a running total of coronavirus deaths and infections. Critics called the move an extraordinary attempt to hide the true toll of the disease rampaging through Latin America's largest nation.
'Desperation science' slows the hunt for coronavirus drugs
Desperate to solve the deadly conundrum of COVID-19, the world is clamouring for fast answers and solutions from a research system not built for haste.
India, China will have more Covid-19 cases with more tests: Donald Trump
US President Donald Trump has said that countries like India and China would have much more coronavirus cases than America if they conduct m...
Donald Trump says India, China will have more COVID-19 cases with more tests
US President Donald Trump has said that countries like India and China would have much more coronavirus cases than America if they conduct more tests.
Lockdowns ease across Europe, Asia with new tourism rules
Greece lifted lockdown measures Monday for hotels, campsites, open-air cinemas, golf courses and public swimming pools, while beaches and museums reopened in Turkey and bars, restaurants, cinemas and museums came back to life in the Netherlands.