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It's 10.40pm and a man has just bought some chicken wings in Oldham.
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Coronavirus Survey HaltedWorkers were followed, videotaped and threatened in confrontations across Minnesota, the state Department of Health said.
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China gained the "understanding and support" from the World Health Organization before starting a controversial emergency use program for its Covid-19 vaccine candidates, a Chinese health official... said Friday.
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Florida governor wants toFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis says he wants to seek a "bill of rights" to protect college students from being expelled for partying hearty during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Britain bungled its initial response to the coronavirus. Now many scientists fear it's about to do so again.
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The impact of lockdown on visitors to the Queen's official residences contributes to a fall in income.
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UN chief warns he fears the worst if world handles climate the same way as the pandemic.
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In a Senate hearing on Capitol Hill, Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, warned that most Americans - perhaps 90% - are still at risk of contracting the... coronavirus. Dr. Uché Blackstock joined CBSN with more.
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A karaoke party in FloridaA karaoke party in Florida is being called a superspreader event as it resulted in 50 new coronavirus cases and two deaths. The party took place in late August and reports indicate that most people in... attendance were not wearing masks or adhering to social distancing guidelines. The CDC has said that wearing masks, absent a vaccine, is the best way to prevent the coronavirus from spreading. For reasons that seem to defy explanation, some people still can't seem to appreciate the fact that the U.S. is still in the midst of a pandemic. The coronavirus death toll just recently passed the 200,000 threshold and there still exists large groups of people who refuse to take the coronavirus seriously and, in turn, are shockingly lax when it comes to following coronavirus safety guidelines such as...
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Swedish health expert blamesSweden has a high COVID-19 death toll because fewer people were killed off by the flu this year, according to its top infectious disease expert. Anders Tegnell, chief epidemiologist at Sweden's Public... Health Agency, argued that countries with lower death rates from the flu ended up seeing more people die from coronavirus, the Times of...
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Battle rages inside USThe CDC's confusing backpedalling on whether the coronavirus is airborne is roiling health workers and hospitals because an airborne virus requires completely new safety protocols Lost on the... frontline Frontline healthcare workers are locked in a heated dispute with many infection control specialists and hospital administrators over how the novel coronavirus is spread - and therefore, what level of protective gear is appropriate. At issue is the degree to which the virus is airborne - capable of spreading through tiny particles lingering in the air - or primarily transmitted through large, faster-falling droplets from, say, a sneeze or cough. This wonky, seemingly semantic debate has a real-world impact on what sort of protective measures healthcare companies need to take to protect...
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Dr. Eric Cioe-Peña joins CBSN to discuss the milestone of 200,000 American lives lost in the pandemic, and what can be done to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
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Halloween costume masks don'tThe spooky celebration is going to look a lot different this fall.
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Health experts forecast that COVID-19 fatalities in the US could reach 378,000 by the end of 2020.
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Coronavirus live news: TrumpTrump claims Covid-19 only "really" affects people who have "other problems"; European stocks post worst fall in three months; UK cases pass 400,000; More than one in five Covid-19 deaths globally is... in US. Follow the latest updates US nears 200,000 deaths 'Landmark moment': 156 countries agree to vaccine allocation deal Taj Mahal reopens as coronavirus cases continue to rise in India UK could see 200 deaths a day by November, warns chief medical officer UK coronavirus updates - live 1.48am BST Trump has invited two young football players up onto the podium. Trump has encouraged college football players to push for the opportunity to compete this season despite the Covid-19 pandemic. The promise of a return to normalcy has been central to Trump's reelection pitch from the earliest days of...
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The UK's coronavirus app willIt won't be a contract tracing app, at least at launch. What you need to know The UK is launching its NHS coronavirus app months into the pandemic. It will allow users to log symptoms and secure a... test, but it won't be able to offer contact tracing, The new app will go live from Thursday, September 24. The UK is set to get its own app to battle the coronavirus pandemic this week, albeit with a crucial feature missing. A tweet by the BBC's Chris Mason on Monday noted that while the government planned to debut an app on Thursday, it would do so without a critical feature -- contact tracing. NEW: Downing St tell us that from Thursday people in England will be able to download a Coronavirus app...to check and report symptoms, book a test, find out if you tested positive or not. It won't do...
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England records 10 moreGovernment officials have yet to confirm the final daily figure, which takes into account lab-confirmed fatalities in all settings. The early death count for England only includes victims in NHS... hospitals.
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Most of New Zealand will be unshackled from all coronavirus restrictions from midnight, but Auckland will have to wait until later this week to have some measures eased.
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The government's most senior advisers are to hold a televised briefing later, as coronavirus cases surge.
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Protests in Madrid overProtesters call for regional president who blamed 'way of life of immigrants' for rise to resign Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage By midday on Sunday, the chants of... "Unity!" and "Healthcare!" that echoed around a busy crossroads in north-east Madrid had given rise to a more specific demand: "Ayuso resign!" On Friday, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, the president of the Madrid region, announced that 850,000 people - many of them living in some of the poorest parts of the city and surrounding area - would be placed in partial lockdown from Monday in an attempt to arrest the second wave of the virus.
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Kentucky infectious diseaseA Kentucky infectious disease expert who forcefully led local calls to wear masks has died after a four-month battle against COVID-19. Dr. Rebecca Shadowen, 62, had been a vocal advocate for... mask-wearing from the very early stages of the coronavirus pandemic reaching the US, posting about it on social media, her family told NBC. She...
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As the nation approaches 200,000 coronavirus deaths, President Trump continues to insist vaccines will be available for mass distribution by April, contradicting the claims of health officials. CDC... Director Robert Redfield said one would most likely be ready by late 2021. Michael George reports.
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Coronavirus updates: USU.S. has almost confirmed 200,000 deaths from COVID-19 as several states hit peaks in cases. Latest coronavirus news.       
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Most children in British Columbia can say goodbye to those icky swabs and uncomfortable Covid-19 tests as the Canadian province launches a new gargle method for students ages 4 to 19.
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CDC coronavirus testingScientists disagreed with recommendations, including one advising people without symptoms had no need to be tested, report says A key set of guidelines for who should get tested for coronavirus that... was issued last month by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was reportedly published on the agency's website over the strong objection of CDC scientists. Related: Coronavirus live news: Iran in grip of 'third wave' of Covid pandemic; Israel begins second lockdown
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