Coronavirus

Johnson & Johnson says it aims to have more than half a billion coronavirus vaccines ready early next year.

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An expenses-paid fortnight’s stay in a four- or five-star hotel in downtown Singapore sounds like an extravagance in the midst of a global-health emergency

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They are coping the best they can, same as you, same as me, same as everyone, trying to not go crazy looking at the same four walls

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Chile is counting those who have died due to the coronavirus as “recovered” because they no longer show symptoms, the country’s top health official said this week.

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President Trump on Tuesday clashed with governors , including New York’s Andrew Cuomo, who pushed against his claim that he has “total authority” over when to ease coronavirus restrictions

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More than 10,000 people have died of coronavirus in New York City, including over 3,700 cases where someone never made it to a hospital, the city’s Health Department announced Tuesday.

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Coronavirus death rates are nearly six times lower in countries that use a nearly century-old tuberculosis vaccine, a new study found.

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The first case of a dead body transmitting the coronavirus to a living person has been reported by scientists in Thailand, according to reports.

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The Senate’s primary oversight committee will launch a probe into the origins of and response to the deadly coronavirus pandemic

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The time Americans spend streaming has gone through the roof since the start of COVID-19, according to new research.

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“I love good food, but making every meal for myself is a little much,” Dabbagh, the chief marketing officer for haircare brand Fekkai, tells The Post.

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The World Health Organization still has no idea if coronavirus patients build enough immunity to stop them from getting sick again in the future, a top doctor there has admitted.

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President Trump’s one-time campaign chair Paul Manafort, who was recently treated for a “cardiac event” while serving his 7 1/2-year sentence behind bars

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British foreign minister Dominic Raab is set to announce on Thursday that the lockdown in the country will stay in place until at least May 7, the Times reported.

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World

Infected: 24.466.482

Cured: 16.000.137

Deceased: 831.827

EEUU

Infected: 5.945.031

Cured: 3.119.728

Deceased: 182.923

India

Infected: 3.387.500

Cured: 2.583.948

Deceased: 61.529

Perú

Infected: 621.997

Cured: 429.662

Deceased: 28.277

Brasil

Infected: 3.761.391

Cured: 2.947.250

Deceased: 118.649