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UAE announces 344 new coronavirus cases, 1 death  

Health authorities in the United Arab Emirates have announced 344 new coronavirus cases detected in the last 24 hours and one additional death due to COVID-19, according to officials.The new death

Oil steadies on resurgence of coronavirus cases, but heading for weekly decline   40%

Oil prices steadied on Friday but were still set for weekly declines as inventories rose and record-breaking new coronavirus cases in the United States stoked concern about the pace of economic

Latin Americas Neoliberal Leaders Are Making the Coronavirus Pandemic Far Worse   -12%

Much of Latin America is in meltdown with coronavirus cases soaring, bodies piling up, and anger mounting as a new wave of neoliberal leaders who openly reject individualism amid collective public health crisis pour fuel on the fire.

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California shuts down again as US coronavirus crisis expands  

California’s governor ordered a retreat on Monday from the state’s reopening as coronavirus cases soared and the state’s two largest school districts, Los Angeles and San Diego, announced all learning will be online-only when classes resume in a few weeks.California Governor Gavin Newsom shut bars and banned indoor restaurant dining statewide, while closing churches, gyms and hair salons in the hardest hit counties.Newsom acted as coronavirus cases strained hospitals in several rural counties…

Coronavirus: Catalonia goes back into lockdown as global infections gather pace   9%

Hundreds of thousands of Catalonia residents were ordered back into lockdown on Sunday as coronavirus cases spiked in the Spanish region and new figures showed infections accelerating in many other parts of the world.Since the start of July, nearly 2.5 million new infections have been reported, a record level since the first outbreak of the disease in China last year, according to an AFP tally.In just a month-and-a-half the number of cases worldwide has doubled, according to the count based on…

World Health Organisation issues wake-up call as global coronavirus cases pass 11 million   -17%

Global coronavirus cases exceeded 11 million on Friday, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University, marking another milestone in the spread of the disease that has killed more than half a million people in seven months.The World Health Organisation urged countries hit by serious coronavirus outbreaks to “wake up” to the realities on the ground instead of bickering about them, and to “take control”.“People need to wake up. The data is not lying. The situation on the ground is not lying,”…

Disney World welcomes you 'home' with an unsettling new ad  

During a weekend of rising coronavirus cases, Disney World decides everyone should visit again.

Why returning to Disney World won't solve any of your problems right now   -12%

Disney World is reopening, as Florida sees more new coronavirus cases than any other state

Africa: COVID-19 - Africa's Education Dilemma   -5%

[DW] Schools in parts of sub-Saharan Africa will remain closed because of a hike in coronavirus cases, further crippling already-fragile education systems on the continent. Those that have opened risk new viral infections.

Florida breaks U.S. coronavirus record for most new cases in a day   14%

The state recorded 15,300 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, easily passing the previous one-day high of 12,274 set at the height of the outbreak in New York in April.

Headlines for July 9, 2020   12%

U.S. Posts Another Record Daily High in New Coronavirus Cases, Anthony Fauci Absent from Coronavirus Task Force Briefing After Drawing Criticism from Trump, Trump Attacks CDC Guidance on School Reopenings During Pandemic, Hundreds Test Positive for COVID-19 at Arizona For-Profit Immigration Jail, Tulsa, OK Health Official Links Explosion of Coronavirus Cases to Trump Rally, HHS Secretary Claims Medical Workers "Don't Get Infected" After 95,000 Test Positive for Coronavirus, COVID-19 Cases Spike in Africa, While Melbourne, Australia, Is Placed Back on Lockdown, Bolivians Buried in Mass Graves as Hospitals "Collapse" Amid COVID-19 Surge, Oxfam Warns COVID-19 Pandemic Could Push 122 Million to Brink of Starvation, 126,000 Could Lose Birth Control After SCOTUS Overturns Contraceptive Care Mandate, Man Convicted of Murder at 18 Put to Death in Texas's First Execution Since Pandemic Began, Owner of Dakota Access Pipeline Threatens to Defy Federal Court Order to Stop Oil Flowing, Mexican Labor Leader Released from Jail But Barred from Visiting Maquiladora Workers, U.N. Special Rapporteur Calls U.S. Assassination of Iranian General Illegal Under International Law, Minneapolis Police Bodycam Transcripts Reveal George Floyd's Dying Words, Autopsy Finds L.A. Sheriff's Deputies Shot Andrés Guardado in the Back 5 Times, California Couple Who Defaced Black Lives Matter Mural Charged with Hate Crimes, Jackson, MS to Remove Andrew Jackson Statue, May Replace It with Medgar Evers Memorial, Tucker Carlson Echoes White Nationalists in Attack on Lawmakers of Color, Federal Court Upholds Endangered Species Protections for Yellowstone Grizzly Bears

Cell phone data show Americans hit the road over July 4, even as coronavirus surged   -30%

After Memorial Day, as the United States began to reopen, coronavirus cases began to rise. The number of hospitalizations had risen in at least a dozen states some two weeks after the holiday weekend.

Los Angeles Apparel factory ordered closed after over 300 coronavirus cases and 4 deaths   15%

A garment manufacturer in downtown Los Angeles with over 300 confirmed coronavirus cases among employees has been ordered closed after an investigation into the deaths of four workers, county health officials said Friday.

California, New Mexico and Oregon put new restrictions on indoor activities   25%

With coronavirus cases recently on the rise in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday ordered all counties to close many activities, including indoor restaurant dining.

Pakistan's Covid-19 tally rise to 251,625   22%

The coronavirus cases in Pakistan have risen to 251,625 while the fatalities related to the virus have reached 5,266. According to the latest figures available on Dawn, a total of 161,917 people have recovered from the disease. Sindh has so far reported 105,533 cases, Punjab has reported 87,043 cases.

What Stage 3 of Ontario's COVID-19 reopening plan could look like   14%

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With new coronavirus cases on a steady downward trend since early June, much of Ontario is poised to move to Stage 3 of the province's reopening plan soon, officials suggested this week. But it's not yet clear which emergency restrictions will be lifted or relaxed when that happens. 

More testing, clusters of cases drive Michigan coronavirus numbers higher, officials say  

Michigan reported 543 new coronavirus cases Thursday, "one of the highest case counts we've reported in several weeks," said Lynn Sutfin.


Disney World Draws Excitement and Incredulity as Reopening Nears   32%

The mega-resort will welcome back visitors on Saturday even as coronavirus cases in Florida remain high. In doing so, Disney steps into a politicized debate.

California reverses re-opening restaurants, malls and salons as Covid-19 cases surge   50%

California on Monday ordered all indoor restaurants, bars and movie theaters to close again as coronavirus cases soared across America's most populous state.

Trump insists on re-opening schools as US Covid-19 cases top 3 million   30%

The United States topped three million confirmed coronavirus cases Wednesday as President Donald Trump pushed for schools to re-open amid a COVID-19 resurgence in many southern hotspots.

Florida records 12,000 new COVID-19 cases, a day after shattering records  

Florida recorded more than 12,600 new coronavirus cases Monday, its second-highest daily total since the outbreak began, coinciding with the state's attempt to revive tourism and attract visitors to the recently reopened Disney World.