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New York, which for weeks was the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States, is beginning to return to normalcy on its streets, with the reopening of terraces and shops, as phase three of the de-escalation planned...
Great Britain is a country where there are more than a thousand daily infections of coronavirus. Despite these alarming figures, the British ignore health recommendations to prevent the spread of the virus. A heat wave has caused thousands of...
Among the 150,000 French police there are several dozen radicalized Muslims, who a special service is trying to "detect" and "neutralize". At the beginning of October 2019, France discovered that in the heart of the state police force, the Prefecture...
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Tuesday that bars, restaurants, hotels and cinemas will be back in business from July 4 in England, after which the minimum safety distance will also be reduced from two to one meter...
Brazil surpassed 50,000 deaths from coronaviruses on Sunday, while Europe, the continent hardest hit by the pandemic, continues to lose control with measures such as the partial reopening of Spain's borders and the return of mandatory schooling in France. Meanwhile,...
Sweden was a country that was scrutinized because it tackled the coronavirus pandemic with a strategy of not forcing confinement and is now known to be among the top 10 countries with the most deaths per capita in the...
Massive testing of those possibly affected. Hundreds of cancelled flights. Closed neighborhoods. Classes suspended. With this long series of measures, Beijing has been trying to put an end to the new outbreak of coronavirus that originated in a market...
The number of deaths from coronaviruses in the United States, now 116,526, has surpassed the 116,516 US soldiers who died during World War I (1914-1918). This Tuesday the number of deaths rose to 116,526, a quarter of the total number...
The new coronavirus pandemic that originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan has already left more than eight million people infected and nearly 437,000 dead worldwide, according to the latest assessment by Johns Hopkins University. According to the data updated...
Central America experienced an explosion of cases and deaths from COVID-19 this week, with record daily figures in almost all the countries of the region, which has accumulated at least 45,478 infections and 1,255 deaths from the disease and...