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European hospitals could run out of coronavirus drugs 'in days'
European hospitals could run out of drugs being used to treat COVID-19 patients in intensive care within days, a hospitals body has warned.

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02-Apr-2020 - Source: Sky News

'I will bury you': Philippine president says he wants quarantine violators killed
The president of the Philippines says people who violate coronavirus lockdown rules could be shot dead, saying "I will bury you".

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02-Apr-2020 - Source: Sky News

More than six million people now unemployed in US - 10 times previous record
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in the US last week hit a new record of more than 6 million as coronavirus measures took hold.

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02-Apr-2020 - Source: Sky News

US jobless claims surge to more than 6m as virus measures take hold
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in the US last week hit a new record of more than 6 million as coronavirus measures took hold.

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02-Apr-2020 - Source: Sky News

‘Deep concern’ over coronavirus emergency powers
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban took sweeping new powers to fight the virus on Monday.
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02-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

WHO could change masks advice after 'evidence they could protect from COVID-19'
Official advice on whether people should wear masks in public could be changed after new evidence emerged suggesting they could protect people from coronavirus.

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02-Apr-2020 - Source: Sky News

EU court rules against three states over refugees
Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic broke EU law by rejecting refugees, the top EU court says.
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02-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

One novelist who won't be writing about coronavirus
One of America's greatest living writers says it would be "wrongheaded" to mention the virus in a book.
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02-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

Why Anne Tyler won't be writing about the coronavirus
One of America's greatest living writers says it would be "wrongheaded" to mention the virus in a book.
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02-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

Newborn baby becomes 'world's youngest COVID-19 victim'
A six-week-old baby with coronavirus has died in Connecticut - reportedly the youngest person to die after catching the disease.

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02-Apr-2020 - Source: Sky News

Shenzhen becomes first Chinese city to ban eating cat and dogs
The ruling is a tougher version of China's ban of wildlife meat, after it was linked to the virus.
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02-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

In pictures: Deserted streets around the world
Photographers around the world have taken pictures showing lockdown locations with a running theme.
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02-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

Daniel Pearl: Pakistan overturns convicted man's death sentence
British-born Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh was convicted of beheading the US journalist in 2002.
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02-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

Coronavirus forces postponement of COP26 meeting in Glasgow
A key climate conference due in November is delayed over disruption caused by the coronavirus.
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01-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

WHO: Coronavirus deaths will pass 50,000 in 'the next few days'
The number of deaths due to coronavirus will pass 50,000 within the "next few days", according to the World Health Organization.

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01-Apr-2020 - Source: Sky News

WHO 'deeply concerned by coronavirus 'rapid escalation'
WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesu says deaths have more than doubled in the past week.
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01-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

Coronavirus: Expert panel to assess face mask use by public
Experts are set to assess the value of face masks in helping slow the spread of coronavirus.
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01-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

Zoom investigated after trolls bomb video chats with porn
The FBI has issued a warning about so-called "Zoombombing" following incidents in which video conferences were hijacked by trolls playing pornographic videos and shouting profanities.

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01-Apr-2020 - Source: Sky News

Spain's deaths soar as infection rate slows
With more than 9,000 deaths, Spain has the second-highest number of fatalities caused by coronavirus.
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01-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

Top S African HIV scientist dies from coronavirus
Tributes are being paid to Gita Ramjee for her world-renowned research into HIV prevention.
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01-Apr-2020 - Source: BBC News

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