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No intention of deploying Army abroad to fight Covid-19: India
"We have seen some media reports regarding the deployment of Indian Army to countries to deal with the Covid 19 pandemic. These are factually inaccurate and misleading," MEA Spokesperson Anurag Srivatsava told ET.
China may be hit by second wave of coronavirus in November: Chinese expert
As of Wednesday, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in C...
China denies cover-up in coronavirus outbreak
Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian acknowledged that the virus's rapid spread had contribut...
Phishing, malware traps, charity solicitations: Google warns public of Covid-related cyberattacks, heath care workers at risk
Hackers are capitalising on Covid-19 misery.
India’s pro-active steps have saved both lives and livelihood
The deadline for conversion of agrigold accounts into Kisan Credit Cards has also been extended. Further, under the PM-Kisan scheme, the central government is in the process of crediting Rs 6,000 per year in three equal installments directly into the bank accounts of beneficiary farmer families.
Virus pushes US unemployment toward highest since Depression
In the hardest-hit corner of the U.S., evidence emerged that perhaps more than 2 million New Yorkers have been infected by the virus _ several times higher than the number confirmed by lab tests.
Taiwan rebuffs WHO, says China has no right to represent it
Taiwan's exclusion from WHO, due to China's objections which considers the island one of its provinces, has infuriated Taipei, which says this has created a dangerous gap in the global fight against the coronavirus.
No need for foreign troops assistance to handle COVID-19 situation in Sri Lanka: Defence Secretary
The Defence Secretary was referring to a recent news report which claimed that the Indian Army would be deployed in Sri Lanka to support the country's efforts to control the spread of the coronavirus, the state-run Daily News quoted Gunaratne as saying.
Maharashtra health minister says newspapers dont cause coronavirus
Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope on Tuesday slammed rumours that claimed that newspapers were spreading the coronavirus and said that the rumours were ‘baseless’.
WHO becoming tool of 'Chinese propaganda': US
The World Health Organization has become a tool of the "Chinese propaganda", the Trump administration has alleged, asserting that the global health agency has lost all its credibility during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Can India win the fight against deadly coronavirus?
Despite measures, worries are mounting that many factors stack the odds against effective containment.
Donald Trump announces to put a hold on WHO funding
US President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he would put a hold on America's funding to the World Health Organization, accusing it of becoming China-centric during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
WHO says no evidence that people with coronavirus are immunised
"There is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from #COVID19 and have antibodies are protected from a second infection," WHO said in a statement.
WHO recommends a ‘solidarity trial’ to speed up vaccine
Participants will be enrolled continuously during the trial and vaccine candidates that are not working will be dropped from testing.
US will make sure other countries know that coronavirus originated in China: Pompeo
"... and that they (China) failed to comply with their most fundamental obligations as a nation, and importantly, too, failed to comply with the international health regulations of the World Health Organization and then did a lot of things – and we can talk about them at great length – to cover that up,” Pompeo accused
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