The WHO is looking for the source of the virus in China

Coronavirus: WHO Sends Team to China to Determine Source of Epidemic

CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: The WHO team in China is trying to know your enemy better to fight them better Since it appeared, the coronavirus has had many suspected culprits: the pangolin, the bat, the mink … Months have passed, the strange Wuhan pneumonia has become a global pandemic, without anyone really knowing where it came from. With this in mind, the World […]

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In England, all shops are due to reopen

Coronavirus: All Shops Reopen this Monday in England

DECONFINEMENT: A new stage of deconfinement crucial for the British economy Relief insight. All businesses are authorized to reopen in England on Monday in a new phase of deconfinement in the United Kingdom, crucial for the economy of the country hard hit by the pandemic of new coronavirus. Only stores deemed “essential” such as food stores and pharmacies remained open during confinement, decreed […]

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Brazil now has the third highest coronavirus Covid-19 contaminations

Coronavirus: Brazil Becomes the Third Country in Terms of Contamination

BRAZIL: In just 72 hours, Brazil surpassed France, Italy and Spain, leaping from 6th to 3rd place in the world for coronavirus contaminations Brazil with an official total of 254,220 people infected, on Monday, became the third country in the world in terms of contaminations coronavirus, surpassing the United Kingdom, which has nearly 250,000. Brazil has registered 13,140 […]

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A worker wears the masks distributed by the authorities in Ronda (Spain), April 13, 2020 .. (© AFP / JORGE GUERRERO. A worker wears the masks distributed by the authorities in Ronda (Spain), April 13, 2020)

Coronavirus: Covid-19 Ten Times More Deadly than H1N1, according to WHO

Spain partially returns to work, towards lifting restrictions in Germany, more than 114,000 dead … Update on the coronavirus pandemic worldwide. “Only a vaccine will completely stop the transmission of Covid-19”. This is what the World Health Organization said Monday 13th April 2020. WHO points out that the coronavirus pandemic killed ten times more people than the A/H1N1 flu […]

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Members of the special forces disinfect the ground in front of security guards on April 10, 2020 in Colombo, during the containment established in Sri Lanka to fight against the coronavirus.

100,000 Worldwide Deaths by Coronavirus Soon to be Crossed

More than 94,000 people have already died from the coronavirus pandemic worldwide, while a food crisis is hitting some countries in sub-Saharan Africa. With the symbolic bar of 100,000 coronavirus deaths approaching, the international community is seeking economic and diplomatic responses to the pandemic, which threatens a world largely confined to a global recession. More than 94,000 […]

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Medical personnel escort a patient on a military plane at Paris Orly airport, April 4, 2020 .. (© AFP / BERTRAND GUAY. Medical personnel escort a patient on a military plane at Paris

Coronavirus: 63,000 Deaths Worldwide, a “Horrible” Period is Looming in the United States

President Donald Trump believes that the United States will enter a “horrible” phase, during which “there will be many deaths” from Coronavirus. The coronavirus has killed more than 63,000 people worldwide since its appearance in December in China, including nearly three quarters in Europe, and Donald Trump has warned the Americans that the United States, already […]

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Resuscitation services are always full in France, due to the coronavirus epidemic.

Coronavirus Covid-19: France Crosses the Bar of 6000 Deaths in Hospitals and in Nursing Homes

Friday 3rd April 2020, France has recorded 5,091 deaths in hospitals and 1,416 in nursing homes, linked to the coronavirus pandemic, since March 1st, 2020. New cases of Covid-19 are registered in France every day. On Friday 3rd April 2020, France recorded 5,091 deaths in hospitals, and 1,416 people died in nursing homes. This brings a total of 6,507 coronavirus-related deaths since March […]

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A line of ambulances leave Saint-Brieuc station on April 1, 2020 with patients who have just arrived from Paris.

Coronavirus Covid-19: 36 Serious Cases from Paris Arrived in Brittany by Medical TGV

Two medical TGVs from Paris arrived in Brittany, carrying 36 serious cases of Coronavirus Covid-19. The goal is to unclog hospitals in Île-de-France. Two medical TGVs evacuated Wednesday 1st April 2020 from Paris to Brittany 36 patients with coronavirus in intensive care, found journalists from AFP, the first major operation of this kind from Ile-de-France, now the region most affected by the epidemic. Les […]

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A man wearing a coronavirus mask walks near the deserted Spanish Steps in Rome on March 12, 2020.

Coronavirus: Three Billion People Confined and 33,000 Dead Worldwide

The coronavirus covid-19 epidemic is affecting more and more countries around the world and could kill between 100,000 and 200,000 people in the United States. Moscow and Lagos join the more than three billion inhabitants of the planet confined to their homes on Monday. They hope to halt the progression of the Covid-19 which leaves more than 33,000 dead, bruised […]

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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and IOC boss Thomas Bach, reunited one year from the initial kick-off of the Tokyo Games, on July 24, 2019, have just confirmed their postponement.

Coronavirus: The Tokyo Olympics are Postponed to 2021

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) accepted on Tuesday 24th March 2020 the Japanese proposal to postpone the Olympic Games for one year due to the coronavirus pandemic. After several days of suspense since the start of the global coronavirus epidemic, the news fell on Tuesday, March 24, 2020: the Tokyo Olympic Games scheduled for this summer are officially […]

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