South African virus cases pass half million mark

More than half million coronavirus have been confirmed in South Africa, according to the country’s health minister. Zwelini Mkhize announced 10,107 new cases on Saturday, bringing the tally to 503,290, along with 8,153 deaths. South Africa is the hardest-hit country on the continent and accounts for half of all reported infections in Africa. It also has the fifth-highest number of

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No new cases among 140 clients served by coronavirus-stricken hairstylists

Two coronavirus-stricken hairstylists in Missouri served a total of 140 clients while displaying symptoms – but no new cases have been linked to the two workers, who had been wearing masks, according to reports. Health officials alerted the public last month that two hairstylists at Great Clips in Springfield had tested positive for the deadly bug, potentially exposing people between

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Coronavirus cases will peak over Easter if Brits respect the lockdown, experts predict – The Sun

CORONAVIRUS cases are set to peak over Easter in the UK, leading experts say. Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Jenny Harries said cases will rise for “two to three weeks” then fall if Brits respect the lockdown. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates She said: “If people have cut down their social interactions, we would

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Coronavirus cases spike in South Korea, 2.5M asked to stay indoors

More than 1,000 members of a church in South Korea’s fourth-largest city have flu-like symptoms, leading government officials there to ask residents to stay indoors as the number of new coronavirus cases soar. Health workers scrambled Saturday to screen roughly 9,300 members of the church in Daegu as the country reported 229 more cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to

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Coronavirus cases outside China 'could be spark' for bigger fire, says WHO

China will have to be held accountable for how coronavirus started: Navarro White House trade adviser Peter Navarro discusses how the coronavirus will impact American markets and whether the Chinese government is tracking American citizens. BEIJING/GENEVA – The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday the spread of coronavirus cases which had no history of travel to China could be “the

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Dramatic rise in cancer cases among veterans raises new questions

Veterans nationwide have seen a staggering increase in urinary, prostate, liver and blood cancers over the past two decades — leading some military families to wonder whether toxic environments in the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan are to blame, according to a disturbing new report. The rate of treatments for ex-soldiers with liver and pancreatic cancers at Department of Veterans

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