China reports new Covid-19 case in Wuhan, first in a month

China Reports New Covid-19 Case in Wuhan, First in a Month

The Chinese authorities announced this Sunday 10th May 2020, the appearance of a new case of contamination with the coronavirus in Wuhan, city deconfined just a month ago. Almost five months after its appearance in China at the end of 2019, the pandemic that has led to the confinement of more than half of humanity and brought the global […]

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Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Salah (d) wrestling with Bournemouth defender Jack Simpson during the Premier League match at Anfield on March 7, 2020.

Coronavirus: Premier League Plans to Restart on 8th June 2020

English Premier League Football and other sports have had discussions with the British government over when they can resume. The English Premier League plans to resume the season on the 8th June 2020, behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, in hopes of ending it on July 27, the Times said on Saturday. According to the British newspaper, the authorities of […]

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Minister of Health Matt Hancock, on a video capture of the British Parliament, in London on March 25, 2020.

Coronavirus Covid-19: Boris Johnson Placed in Intensive Care, Situation Worsens in the Rest of the World

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson was placed, contaminated by the coronavirus for ten days, was placed in intensive care. To date, he is said to be “seriously ill”. The health of Boris Johnson, a patient of the Coronavirus Covid-19, has brutally deteriorated: the British Prime Minister is in intensive care this Tuesday, April 7, 2020, while the United States already has more […]

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Over 4000 deaths in Spain from the Coronavirus

Coronavirus: More than 4,000 Deaths in Spain, the Situation is Getting Worse in Europe

Spain, Italy, France, Germany, United Kingdom … Two thirds of the deaths in the world linked to the coronavirus come from Europe, where the situation is dramatic. The health situation remains dramatic in Europe, where the 4,000 death mark was crossed on Thursday in Spain and where London hospitals are facing a “tsunami” of patients, but the WHO still […]

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The border between France and Germany will be closed as of Monday, March 16, 2020.

Coronavirus: Germany closes its borders with France on Monday

Germany will close its borders with France and two other countries including Austria and Switzerland to contain the coronavirus epidemic. Germany will close its borders with three countries including France from Monday 16th March 2020 in full epidemic coronavirus.  Germany closes its borders with France, Austria and Switzerland because of the coronavirus. Luxembourg does not seem concerned, […]

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Europa-Park in Germany closed due to Coronavirus

Coronavirus: In Germany, Europa-Park will Close its “Aquatic Universe” and Wonders about the Date of Reopening of the Rest of the Park

CORONAVIRUS: The German leisure park Europa-Park closes its “aquatic universe” Rulantica from this Monday and wonders about the date of reopening of the rest of the park, initially scheduled for March 28th To change your mind, you might be thinking of taking your children to the new Europa-Park water park in Germany, Rulantica. Well no more hesitation, it’s closed. In a press release […]

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French cross-border workers are not welcome in Germany due to the coronavirus

Coronavirus: French Cross-Border Workers are Not Welcome in Germany

BUSINESS: In Alsace, the German authorities ask French cross-border workers to stay at home due the growing coronavirus epidemic across Europe The Grand-Est region was declared this Wednesday “at risk” zone to the coronavirus by the Robert-Koch Institute, the German establishment responsible for the control and the fight against diseases. Consequently, the German authorities ask the […]

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Biathlon: the French men's relay crowned world champion!

Biathlon: The French Men’s Relay Crowned World Champion!

Simon Desthieux, Martin Fourcade, Emilien Jacquelin and Quentin Fillon-Maillet outstripped Norway and Germany, this Saturday 21st February 2020. It hadn’t happened since 2001! The men won the gold medal in the relay event at the biathlon worlds in Antholz-Anterselva, Italy, this Saturday 22nd February 2020. This is the first major relay title won by Martin Fourcade, the […]

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12 departments are still on orange alert due to storm Ciara

Storm Ciara: 12 Departments Placed on Orange Alert, at Least Seven Dead

Storm Ciara has killed at least seven people since Sunday 9th February 2020 in Europe and dozens injured. In France, twelve departments are still on alert this Tuesday. The storm Ciara has since Sunday 9th February 2020 at least seven dead in Europe and several injured, causing hundreds of flight and train cancellations in its path and depriving thousands of homes of electricity . In France, […]

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32 departments on orange alert with storm ciara

Storm Ciara: 32 Departments still on Orange Alert on Monday, Considerable Damage

Gusts of over 130 km/h swept France on the night of Sunday 9th February 2020. Several cities were flooded and homes deprived of electricity. Cancelled flights, interrupted ferries between France and England, stationary rail traffic in western Germany: the Storm Ciara blows over northwest Europe on Monday, causing damage, flooding and outages of current. Wind gusts over 130 km/h In France, […]

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