Boris Johnson was set to start unwinding England’s third coronavirus lockdown.
A number that has been bandied about considerably since the beginning of November is 50. Only when the seven-day coronavirus incidence rate had fallen to 50 infections per 100,000 people, Chancellor Angela Merkel said, would it be possible to ease shutdown measures to slow spread.
24 out of 32 COVID-19 positive cases in the February 20 Community incident contracted the virus from one super spreader
Twenty-four out of the 32 positive cases announced yesterday by the Prime Minister and dubbed as the February 20 Community Incident, got infected with COVID-19 from a Chinese woman who applied for a health certificate in order to return to China.
Cambodia’s inoculation programme against COVID-19 has gathered momentum since it was first rolled out on 10 February, 2021.
New Zealand’s biggest city began a snap three-day lockdown Monday, forcing two million people to stay at home, as authorities scrambled to contain the nation’s first outbreak of the highly contagious UK variant.
I have been avoiding social media this month for the sake of my sanity as this job exposes me enough to current affairs.
Malaysia’s economy contracted at its fastest pace in more than two decades.
The faded sign of The Lamb & Flag swung in the wind as staff removed barrels from one of Oxford’s oldest pubs, which has closed permanently during the coronavirus lockdown.
A member of the World Health Organization (WHO) expert team tracing the origins of the novel coronavirus has said the Chinese side granted full access to all sites and personnel as requested – a level of openness beyond expectation.
Factory activity in China slowed slightly in January, official data showed.
Brazil’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic has been ranked the world’s worst, while New Zealand topped the class, according to research published by a leading Australian think tank on yesterday.
The coronavirus pandemic could cost Europe’s 20 highest-earning football clubs over two billion euros ($2.4 billion, £1.4 billion), according to forecasts from financial experts Deloitte.
As a key part of the country’s pandemic control measures, it is compulsory for anyone entering China from overseas to undergo quarantine.
Border restrictions were being tightened around the world.
Memphis’ NBA game at the Portland Trail Blazers scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed with the Grizzles depleted by coronavirus contact tracing, the league said.
Unfortunately, the lockdowns in the UK have not been as effective as those in China. Unlike China, for example, the lockdowns in the UK have caused major disruptions, intensified people’s anxiety, and increased uncertainties.
A surge in coronavirus cases linked to a travelling salesman in the country’s northeast.
Earlier last week, Germany’s Federal Statistics Office (Destatis) announced that the German economy contracted by 5% last year when the coronavirus pandemic took its course.
All arrivals to the UK will have to quarantine and show negative virus tests from today, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Friday, as hospitalisations and deaths continued to soar but new cases fell.
Malaysia’s king declares a nationwide state of emergency to fight a covid surge.
Asian markets fluctuated as hopes for vaccines competed with fears.
Tottenham Hotspur’s match against coronavirus-ravaged Aston Villa has been postponed with Jose Mourinho’s men instead set to face Fulham in a rearranged fixture on Wednesday.
West Ham boss David Moyes has urged people not to “pick on” footballers over breaches of coronavirus protocols as case numbers spiral in Britain.
Cambodia’s migrant workers COVID-19 cluster cases has expanded again today with the finding of another infection, bringing the cluster case to 21 and the Kingdom’s total cases to 386.
The Premier League confirmed on Tuesday that 40 players and staff tested positive.
New lockdowns were announced for England and Scotland.
Experts and politicians slammed the German government for failing to ensure a sufficient supply of vaccine doses ahead of the country’s coronavirus vaccination drive.
Bangkok’s nightlife went quiet as a ban on bars, nightclubs and restaurant alcohol sales went into effect Saturday.
Tokyo’s governor on Saturday asked Japan’s central government to declare a new state of emergency as the country battles a third wave of the coronavirus, with record numbers of new cases.
Some 2,500 partygoers attended an illegal New Year rave in northwestern France, violently clashing with police who failed to stop it and sparking concern the underground event could spread the coronavirus, authorities said Friday.