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Fired Navy Captain Brett Crozier reportedly tests positive for COVID-19

Brett Crozier, the Navy captain relieved of his command of the Theodore Roosevelt earlier this week after a scathing letter in which he called on the Navy to take action to halt the spread of the coronavirus...

UK PM Johnson admitted to hospital for tests after persistent coronavirus symptoms

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted to hospital for tests on Sunday (April 5) in what Downing Street said was a "precautionary step" because he was showing persistent symptoms of coronavirus ten days after testing positive...

Trump voices hope for ‘leveling-off’ of coronavirus in U.S. hot spots

President Donald Trump expressed hope on Sunday that the United States was seeing a "leveling-off" of the coronavirus crisis in some of the nation's hot spots, saying Americans were starting to see "the light at the end...

Eleven coal miners die after underground explosion in Colombia

An explosion in an underground coal mine located in central Colombia left 11 people dead on Saturday (April 4), reported the National Mining Agency that ordered the closure of the deposit while investigating the causes of the...

Wuhan sees progress in production resumption

Central China's Wuhan, the worst-hit city by COVID-19 in the country, has seen progress in production resumption as the epidemic there continues to ease. At Wuhan's Donghu New Technological Development Zone, more than 10,000...

China has never, will not restrict export of medical supplies: official

China has never and will not restrict export of medical supplies amid the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), an official with the Chinese Ministry of Commerce said on Sunday. Speaking at...

Are stay-home orders clearing Los Angeles’ infamous smog?

Residents of Los Angeles, the city with the worst smog in the United States, are enjoying a third straight week of clean air, leading some to wonder if reduced traffic from the city's coronavirus 'stay at home'...

India lights candles in symbolic fight against coronavirus

 Indians turned out in their millions on Sunday (April 5) shining flashlights and lighting candles to show solidarity amid the coronavirus lockdown. https://s3.amazonaws.com/ntvhoustonbucket/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/05135137/india.mp4 Many waved flashlights from their balconies for...

Many U.S. states face insufficient supply of COVID-19 testing

Countries are setting up drive-through clinics to make it easier for their citizens to get tested as the coronavirus spreads across the world; however, many of these checkpoints have "disappeared" due to the lack of testing reagents...

In locked down south Lebanon village, Palm Sunday tours the streets

Families in the Lebanese southern Christian village of Qlayaa in Marjayoun stood outside their homes on Palm Sunday (April 5) as the parish priest roamed around on a pick-up truck, blessing the faithful.

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World leaders concerns regarding COVID-19

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UK Prime Minister enters intensive care

Raab says PM has asked him to deputise for him while he's in hospital

New Jersey has 1,003 coronavirus deaths

As the coronavirus pandemic's U.S. death toll topped 10,000 people, New Jersey's Governor Phil Murphy announced on Monday (April 6) a single...

Mayor Turner announces new resources to help essential workers find child care

HOUSTON - In response to the challenge of essential workers finding child care, the Mayor's Office, including the Mayor's Office of Education and...