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The first human trial in Europe of a coronavirus vaccine has begun in Oxford.

The first run of a new, low-cost ventilator is coming off the assembly line in New York City.

The United Nations' food chief warned Tuesday that while the world fights the coronavirus pandemic, it is also on the brink of a hunger pandemic.

WASHINGTON - A senior cybersecurity official with the FBI said on Thursday that foreign government hackers have broken into companies conducting research into treatments for COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus.

WASHINGTON - NASA announced on Friday that a SpaceX rocket would send two American astronauts to the International Space Station on May 27, the first crewed spaceflight from the U.S. in nearly a decade.

NEW DELHI - Lavina D'Souza hasn't been able to collect her government-supplied anti-HIV medication since the abrupt lockdown of India's 1.3 billion people last month during the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus has seen a nation of travellers grounded — business travel has collapsed, a ban on overseas trips means holidaymakers are going nowhere for now and Australia's two major carriers have stood down thousands of staff.

Wednesday, 15 April 2020 08:44

Trump Cuts US Funding to WHO

WHITE HOUSE - U.S. funding to the World Health Organization is being halted by President Donald Trump, who blames it for creating "a 20-fold increase" in COVID-19 cases worldwide.

WASHINGTON - The coronavirus outbreak could reach its peak in the United States this week, a top U.S. health official said on Monday, pointing to signs of stabilization across the country.

Two U.S. astronauts say it’s hard to comprehend the changes on Earth that have occurred due to the coronavirus pandemic, as they prepare to return from the International Space Station.

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