Victoria records almost 250 coronavirus cases and three deaths

Victoria records almost 250 coronavirus cases and three deaths

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Victoria is hit with 238 more coronavirus cases and three more people die as the state’s outbreak continues to grow – despite Melbourne being on strict lockdown By Charlie Moore, Political Reporter For Daily Mail Australia Published: 20:58 EDT, 14 July 2020 | Updated: 21:07 EDT, 14 July 2020  Victoria has recorded almost 238 new
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Coronavirus: Belgium has ZERO deaths for first time since March

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Belgium reports ZERO new coronavirus deaths for first time since March after it once had the highest Covid-19 death rate in the world The country reported no new coronavirus-related deaths in 24 hour period  Total deaths reported by the national public health institute remained at 9,787  The curve of confirmed infections has also flattened dramatically
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UK experts fear up to 120,000 Covid-19 deaths this winter | World news

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Britain must start “intense preparations” for a second wave of coronavirus that has the potential to kill as many as 120,000 hospital patients in a worst case scenario, experts have warned. Senior doctors and scientists convened by the Academy of Medical Sciences said on Tuesday that, without urgent action, a resurgence of cases this winter
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Lottie Tomlinson discusses the tragic deaths of her mother and sister and dealing with grief

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Lottie Tomlinson has discussed the tragic deaths of her mother and sister and how she has ‘got to a good point’ with her grief after undergoing counselling. Lottie, 21 -who is the sister of One Direction star Louis – and her family, lost their mother Johannah Deakin in December 2016 aged 43, following a battle
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Brutal deaths of exploited migrants shine a spotlight on Italy’s farms | Global development

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Earlier this summer, as millions of Italians were locked down inside their homes, fruit and vegetables were left to rot in the fields despite the cost to the country’s economy. Italy’s informal refugee and migrant workforce, who had previously worked long hours in wretched conditions for paltry wages to bring produce off the fields, were
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Coronavirus world map: which countries have the most Covid-19 cases and deaths? | World news

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“> Since first being recorded late last year in China, the Covid-19 coronavirus has spread around the world, and been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. However, differences in testing mean that the number of cases may be understated for some countries. The number of deaths is a more dependable indicator. The disease
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Coronavirus world map: which countries have the most Covid-19 cases and deaths? | Coronavirus outbreak

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Since first being recorded late last year in China, the Covid-19 coronavirus has spread around the world, and been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. However, differences in testing mean that the number of cases may be understated for some countries. The number of deaths is a more dependable indicator. The disease has
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Coronavirus live news: Australia’s Victoria state begins weekend in lockdown, France exceeds 30,000 deaths | World news

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7.55pm EDT 19:55 The premier of Victoria, Australia, Daniel Andrews, will hold a press conference at 11am AEST as the state grapples a second-wave of Covid-19. A record new 288 new cases were reported in the state on Friday – the single highest daily rise in any Australian jurisdiction since the pandemic began. Andrews warned
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Fauci: US is ‘still knee-deep in first wave’ of pandemic as it passes 130,000 deaths | World news

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The United States is “still knee-deep in the first wave” of the coronavirus pandemic, one of the country’s top public health experts has warned, as the country surpassed 130,000 Covid-19 deaths and new polling indicates Donald Trump’s approval rating over his handling of the crisis has remained low. Dr Anthony Fauci, the director of the
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CENTCOM commander doubts Russian bounty intel tied to US troop deaths in Afghanistan

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Gen. Kenneth “Frank” McKenzie, the commander of U.S. Central Command, told reporters Tuesday he doubted that intelligence of Russian bounties to Taliban fighters actually led to deaths of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, saying, “I found it very worrisome, I just didn’t find that there was a causative link there.” McKenzie, the top U.S. general in
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French coronavirus study finds black immigrant deaths doubled at peak | France

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Death rates among immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa doubled in France and tripled in the Paris region at the height of France’s coronavirus outbreak, finds a study from the French government’s statistics agency. The INSEE agency’s findings, published on Tuesday, are the closest France has come to acknowledging with numbers the disproportionate impact of the virus
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Coronavirus live news: Boris Johnson accuses care homes over deaths as US cases near 3m | World news

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7.05pm EDT 19:05 Fury as Boris Johnson accuses care homes over high Covid-19 death toll Care leaders, unions and MPs have rounded on Boris Johnson after he accused care homes of failing to follow proper procedures amid the coronavirus crisis, saying the prime minister appeared to be shifting the blame for the high death toll.
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Trump claims victory as US nears 130,000 coronavirus deaths – live | World news

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The US leads the world in coronavirus infections (2.8m) and deaths (130,000), though the true toll is likely higher, given undetected cases. It is also on a steep upward curve. US authorities were reporting fewer than 20,000 new infections a day as recently as 15 June. On Saturday, Florida and Texas reported more record daily
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