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US could see up to 65K coronavirus deaths: Trump

US could see up to 65K coronavirus deaths: Trump

Right now, we are heading at probably around 60,000, maybe 65,000,’ says president WASHINGTON, APRIL 18: The U.S. could see up to 65,000 coronavirus deaths, President Donald Trump said Friday. “I think we will be substantially, hopefully, below the 100,000. I think, right now, we are heading at probably around…

US coronavirus death toll surpasses 30,000 – study

US coronavirus death toll surpasses 30,000 – study

Running tally by Johns Hopkins University counts 30,844 deaths and 638,111 cases WASHINGTON, APRIL 16: The death toll in the U.S. from the novel coronavirus surpassed the 30,000 mark late Wednesday, according to Johns Hopkins University. The university’s running tally counted 30,844 deaths and 638,111 cases. The U.S. continues to…

US reports 22,020 coronavirus deaths, 555,313 cases

US reports 22,020 coronavirus deaths, 555,313 cases

United States remains country with highest number of cases and fatalities WASHINGTON, APRIL 13: More than 22,000 people in the U.S. have died from the novel coronavirus, according to data released Sunday by Johns Hopkins University. The university study counts 22,020 fatalities and 555,313 confirmed infections while 32,988 people have…

COVID-19: Saudi Arabia to suspend Taraweeh prayers in Ramadan

COVID-19: Saudi Arabia to suspend Taraweeh prayers in Ramadan

Dubai, April 12: The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Dawah and Guidance announced that Taraweeh prayers during Ramadan will only be performed at home as the suspension of prayers at mosques would not be lifted until the end of coronavirus. Al Riyadh newspaper quoted Dr. Abdul Latif Al Sheikh, Saudi…

Global recoveries from COVID-19 surpass 300,000

Global recoveries from COVID-19 surpass 300,000

Death toll nearly 82,000 with number of cases surpassing 1.42 million, according to Johns Hopkins University April 08: The number of people worldwide who have recovered from the novel coronavirus crossed 300,000 early Wednesday, according to figures compiled by U.S.-based Johns Hopkins University. Since emerging in Wuhan, China last December,…

US reports largest one-day increase in COVID-19 deaths

US reports largest one-day increase in COVID-19 deaths

Death toll reaches 12,895 as of Tuesday night as cases total 398,809 WASHINGTON, APRIL 08: The U.S. reported 1,885 coronavirus deaths Tuesday, the highest single-day death toll recorded in the country. The total death toll reached 12,895 as of Tuesday night as COVID-19 cases stood at 398,809, according to a…

Israel’s health minister gets coronavirus; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Army Chief, other top officials go into isolation

Israel’s health minister gets coronavirus; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Army Chief, other top officials go into isolation

April, 02: Coronavirus has forced more top Israeli officials into isolation after the country’s health minister, who has had frequent contact with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, tested positive, the health ministry said on Thursday. Israeli Health Minister Yaakov Litzman and his wife, who also contracted the virus, are in isolation…

Six-Week-Old Baby Dies Of Coronavirus In US

Six-Week-Old Baby Dies Of Coronavirus In US

New York, April 02: A six-week-old infant has died of complications relating to COVID-19, the governor of the US state of Connecticut said Wednesday, in one of the youngest recorded deaths from the virus. Governor Ned Lamont tweeted that the newborn was “brought unresponsive to a hospital late last week…

US coronavirus cases surpass 200,000 with more than 4,600 deaths

US coronavirus cases surpass 200,000 with more than 4,600 deaths

New Yark, April 02: The number of coronavirus cases in the United States surpassed 200,000 on Wednesday as officials warned spikes in confirmed cases may soon be seen outside of large city centres. At his daily briefing on Wednesday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said his state accounted for more…

Saudi urges Muslims to defer hajj plans over virus

Saudi urges Muslims to defer hajj plans over virus

Riyadh, April 01: Saudi Arabia’s hajj minister has asked Muslims to temporarily defer preparations for the annual pilgrimage amid uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier this month, Saudi Arabia suspended the year-round “umrah” pilgrimage over fears of the new coronavirus spreading to Islam’s holiest cities, an unprecedented move that raised…