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The death toll from the world’s coronavirus eclipses 1 million

NEW DELHI (AP) – The death toll from coronavirus worldwide has eclipsed 1 million. “Unattainable”: US coronavirus deaths reach 200,000 (impact seen in video above) The milestone, recorded by Johns Hopkins University, comes nine months in a crisis that has devastated the global economy, tested the determination of world leaders, turned science against politics and forced many to change their …

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Live coronavirus updates: global death toll exceeds 1 million as UN chief warns disinformation kills

September 29, 2020 at 12:26 AM EDT Analysis: Seven months later, the Trump administration still relies on questionable information in its pandemic response From Philip Bump Within five minutes on Monday, at the end of an event aimed at highlighting a new expansion of rapid coronavirus testing, President Trump and his aides strongly reminded the American public that their allegations …

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Sacramento, San Joaquin counties may move to the red COVID level

The relocation would mean that schools and many companies can move indoors, with restrictions. Sacramento, California – Two of the most populous counties in the Sacramento Valley, Sacramento and San Joaquin, are set to move from purple to red on the state’s coronavirus scale on Tuesday, provided they keep their numbers low. Dr. Olivia Cassier and Dr. Maggie Park, public …

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Orange County warns of local coronavirus events

“We think there were super distributors in the county: church choirs, house parties, a queue,” Pino said. “These events [are] where people tend to be very noisy, active, socially engaged [and] you run one person with COVID-19 and you get 20 [cases]. It can get out of control and be difficult to track. “ Source link

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A 3-year-old boy diagnosed with bubonic plague in China

© Contributed by New York Daily News Free stock illustration ID: 490264711 Bubonic plague bacterium Yersinia pestis. The 3D illustration shows bipolar staining and egg-shaped bacteria K By Katerina Kon A county in Yunnan Province in southwestern China has introduced a Level IV emergency response after a 3-year-old boy was diagnosed with bubonic plague. The boy’s case was minor, he …

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Coronavirus deaths affect one million worldwide

More than HIV More than dysentery. More than malaria, flu, cholera and measles – combined. In the 10 months since mysterious pneumonia began hitting Wuhan, China, Covid-19 has killed more than a million people worldwide since Monday – an agonizing tax, made up of official censuses but still far underestimating how many died. It may already be ahead of tuberculosis …

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The death toll worldwide exceeds 1 million

The world’s death toll from the coronavirus has eclipsed 1 million, nine months in a crisis that devastated the world economy, tested the determination of world leaders, turned science against politics and forced many to change their way of life, study and work. “It’s not just a number. These are human beings. We love people, ”said Dr. Howard Markel, a …

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