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20 Aug 2021
COVID-19 infections are steeply rising in Spain after the government has reopened businesses to shore up a nascent recovery. As Stephanie Müller reports from Marbella, public health care could again reach its limits.
22 Nov 2020
Cars line up at a Covid-19 testing site in Cincinnati, Ohio, after a 21-day curfew was announced in the state to help curb coronavirus cases.
30 Oct 2020
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11 Aug 2020
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12 Jul 2020
Kazakhstan imposes a second round of nationwide restrictions to counter a huge surge in coronavirus cases, a measure that authorities could choose to extend.
1 Jul 2020
Experts say they are confused at why the coronavirus cases have not declined in the hot summer months in Japan and warn of a "very dangerous" situation when the flu season arrives. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
22 Jun 2020
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18 Jun 2020
Africa accounts for less than 3 percent of global coronavirus cases, but the continent is seeing an acceleration in confirmed numbers. Last week, the World Health Organization said confirmed cases on the continent had doubled to 200,000 over 18 days. Many African nations made a mammoth effort to quickly bring in lockdowns and sanitary measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19, but the economic cost of that has been enormous. We speak to Dr Mary Stephen from the WHO's regional office.
10 Jun 2020
Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are spiking in parts of the US Southwest, causing the state of Arizona to reactivate an emergency health care plan. The uptick comes as the US begins to reopen its economy.
28 Apr 2020
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