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  • US COVID-19 Cases Still Highest In The World
    COVID-19
    Health experts are now predicting that the worst is yet to come. The peak is estimated to come for the next two weeks.
  • COVID-19 Cases To Hit The 1 Million Mark
    COVID-19
    Three new countries - Botswana, Burundi, and Sierra Leone - have reported their first cases in the past 24 hours according to the latest situation report from WHO.
  • China To Prioritize Silent Carriers
    COVID-19
    Among some tougher measures to be implemented is that local hospitals and clinics should report asymptomatic cases within two hours.
  • April Fool’s Day COVID-19 Pranksters Risk Jail Time
    COVID-19
    Amid the chaos that COVID-19 brings, it only is justifiable for countries to impose tough measures against people who will make an April Fool’s Day prank about the pandemic.
  • WHO Says No New Countries Reported First Cases In the Past 24 Hours
    COVID-19
    The United States still leads the number of confirmed cases as of Monday night.
  • PH Rejects Europe’s Request For More Filipino Nurses
    COVID-19 Outbreak
    According to the latest figures from the World Health Organization, the whole of the European Region now has 250,287 confirmed cases with 29,771 new cases in the past 24 hours.
  • US Tops World In COVID-19 Cases, More Than China And Italy
    COVID-19 Outbreak
    With cases across 50 states, the US now has a total of 85,653 confirmed cases as of Thursday night. To compare, China has 81,782 and Italy has 80,589.
  • UN Says COVID-19 Threat To Whole Humanity
    COVID-19 Outbreak
    China still holds the largest number of cases but the Asian country has since reversed the trend when it comes to the number of new cases and the number of fatalities.
  • Laos And Libya Report First COVID-19 Cases
    COVID-19 Outbreak
    The risk of the pandemic, however, was not enough for warring parties in Libya's civil war to announce a ceasefire.
  • Ford Joins GM, Tesla In Fight Against COVID-19 Pandemic
    COVID-19 Outbreak
    Earlier this week, GM and Tesla were the first to announce similar initiatives in its pledge to help with the fight against the outbreak.
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