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Central Europe is suffering from an increase in coronavirus

Much of Central Europe closed quickly in the spring before the coronavirus took root and largely avoided widespread infection during the first wave of the pandemic. But now – from the Polish port city of Gdansk on the Baltic Sea to the ancient fortress city of Kotor on the Adriatic Sea in Montenegro – the virus is spreading throughout the …

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The study reveals the most passable cities in the world Cities

The world’s busiest cities include London, Paris, Bogota and Hong Kong, according to a report. The capital of the United Kingdom surpasses almost 1,000 cities around the world due to the proximity of citizens to places without cars, schools and health care and the general shortness of travel. Researchers from the Institute for Transport and Development Policy (ITDP) said that …

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Trump cites Barron Trump’s coronavirus case in argument for opening schools

President TrumpDonald John Trump The wife of the Secretary of Labor gives positive results for COVID-19 Russia stops the last push of the Trump administrator to conclude a nuclear weapons agreement before the election. MORE ▼ on Wednesday, he cited the positive case of his son Barron’s coronavirus under pressure to physically open American schools, saying the 14-year-old had not …

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Azerbaijan and Armenia Trade allegations of ceasefire violations: NPR

An early Armenian soldier is being treated in the basement of a medical center on Wednesday in front of the town of Stepanakert, Nagorno-Karabakh region. Aris Messinis / AFP via Getty Images hide caption switch the caption Aris Messinis / AFP via Getty Images An early Armenian soldier is being treated in the basement of a medical center on Wednesday …

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As the virus rises again, hospitals in Milan are under pressure again

MILAN (AP) – Coronavirus infections are on the rise again in the region of northern Italy, where the pandemic has intensified for the first time in Europe, renewing pressure on hospitals and healthcare workers. At the San Paolo Hospital in Milan, a ward dedicated to patients with COVID-19 and equipped with breathing machines was reopened over the weekend, a sign …

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