People in London wear face masks amid the coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus Reaches London as Chinese National Becomes First Diagnosed in Capital

UNITED KINGDOM: A case of the coronavirus has been recorded in London for the first time. The person is a Chinese national who was diagnosed this afternoon. She is believed to be on her way to the hospital where she will receive medical attention. Experts have previously warned that London is at greater risk than […]

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A man displays a "Stay Strong Wuhan" message in solidarity with the hometown of the new coronavirus epidemic in China during a ceremony celebrating the Lunar New Year on February 9, 2020 in New York.

Coronavirus: Death Toll Rises to 908 Dead in China and More than 40,000 Infected

According to the WHO, the number of contaminations of Coronavirus detected daily in China is “stabilizing”. The epidemic could peak in the coming weeks, before ebbing. The new coronavirus has killed 908 people in mainland China, where the number of people infected exceeds 40,000, according to the assessment established Monday 10th February 2020 by the authorities, confirming certain stability in the […]

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Precautions against the coronavirus epidemic in Singapore, January 22, 2020.

Chinese Virus: Three Cases of Coronavirus Confirmed in France

The coronavirus, responsible for 41 deaths in China according to a last provisional assessment, arrived in France. Three patients are affected, in Bordeaux and Paris. Three cases of the new Chinese coronavirus were “confirmed” in France, on patients hospitalized in Paris and Bordeaux, announced Friday 25th January 2020 in the evening the French health authorities, stressing that these were […]

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French Army mobilised to kill boars on Belgian Border affected with swine fever

Swine Fever: The French Army Mobilised to Kill 500 Wild Boars at the Belgian Border

The French army will help kill some 500 wild boars at risk of being infected by African swine fever, said Friday the Minister of Agriculture Didier Guillaume on the move in the Belgian Ardennes, where 200 to 300 wild boars were infected. The outbreak of African swine fever (ASF), detected on January 9 on two wild boars […]

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