COVID-19 Updates (29/4)

At the time of writing, 3,154,442 cases of the coronavirus had been confirmed with 218,795 deaths. US, Spain, Italy, and France continue to be the worst affected countries by the pandemic.

China reports 22 new cases of coronavirus where 21 of them were imported.

108 UK health and social care workers have died from coronavirus.

Russian PM says “impossible to give an exact date” for reopening borders or lifting Covid-19 restrictions.

Germany advises against international travel until at least June 14.

Potential vaccine being tested in Germany will start US tests “shortly” and could “supply millions” by end of the year.

Beijing to lower coronavirus emergency response from highest level.

Military disinfecting Portuguese classrooms as schools prepare to open on May 18.

Hong Kong airport brings in cleaning robots and disinfection booth.

China will hold major annual political gathering on May 22 after 2-month delay as virus outbreak eases.

Greece plans to welcome tourists this summer.

Rare inflammatory syndrome seen in US child with COVID-19.

Study in China indicates men may be more likely to die from coronavirus than women.

30,000 reusable masks sent to pregnant women in Japan may be defective.

Angry mob attacks police at the cremation of suspected coronavirus patients in northern India.

Sailors will start to return to virus-stricken US Navy aircraft carrier.

Australian PM says country has not reached success despite low coronavirus case numbers.

2 major US airlines will provide masks for passengers beginning in early May.

Hungry protesters are back on the streets in Lebanon.

Canada says its epidemic growth rate is slower than in most countries but death rate continues to spike.

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