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The Love for coffees and fries are back for New Zealanders

New Zealanders are known to love Coffee and fast food and now as they have  emerged from almost five weeks of strict lockdown, they can be back to…

Indian Uber driver in UK evicted from home and left to die of coronavirus

Rajesh was being treated in Northwick Park Hospital in London, the city where he worked as an Uber driver for most of the year. Mary was 5,000 miles…

Nigeria to ease COVID-19 lockdown for millions in key cities

Nigeria will start easing a coronavirus lockdown covering its largest city Lagos and capital Abuja from May 4, President Muhammadu Buhari said on Monday. “I have approved a…

Canada begins staggered lifting of pandemic lockdown

Canada began a staggered loosening of pandemic restrictions on Monday as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged vigilance and baby steps to avoid a COVID-19 resurgence. The Atlantic coast…

Amazon extends closure of French warehouses to May 5

US online retail giant Amazon said Monday it will keep its French warehouses closed until May 5, after an appeals court confirmed a ruling restricting its deliveries during…

US records 1,303 COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours

The United States recorded 1,303 more novel coronavirus deaths in the past 24 hours, according to figures reported late Monday by the Johns Hopkins University, with confirmed US…

Troy Sneed- Grammy-nominated singer dies from coronavirus

Grammy-nominated gospel singer Troy Sneed has died from complications with the coronavirus. He was 52. Sneed’s publicist Bill Carpenter said the singer died early Monday at a hospital…

Jordan eases coronavirus curfew and reopens more businesses

Jordan on Monday eased restrictions on movement aimed at containing the spread of the coronavirus and allowed more businesses to reopen to help jump-start the cash-strapped economy, officials…

Abu Dhabi Indian consular services to partially resume from May 1

The Indian mission’s consular services in Abu Dhabi will partially resume services from May 1, the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi announced on its Twitter handle on Tuesday….

Pakistan sees a sharp rise in coronavirus cases during Ramadan

Pakistan was already grappling to combat coronavirus spread and now has reported sharp increase in number of coronavirus patients with 700 new cases and 12 deaths on the…

COVID-19 vaccine could be out this year, says health group

The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations has said that a vaccine to control the coronavirus pandemic could be available as early as this year, even faster than initially…

Islam’s sacred sites largely deserted during Ramadan

An aerial view of deserted Grand Mosque in Mecca. Mosques stand empty and fast-breaking feasts are cancelled as Muslims around the world begin marking Ramadan under coronavirus lockdown….

Iraq to get 30-day waiver for Iranian gas imports

Washington on Sunday granted Iraq a 30-day extension to a waiver allowing it to import Iranian gas for its dilapidated power grids despite American sanctions, an Iraqi official…

Conte unveils plan for Italy life after lockdown

The Italian leader also vowed to reopen schools by September and most other businesses over the next three weeks. But he warned that people would have to wear…

UK PM Boris Johnson back in London after COVID-19 recovery

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned to his official London residence after spending more than two weeks recovering from a coronavirus infection, his office said on Sunday. “I…

China reports 3 new mainland coronavirus cases

China reported three new confirmed coronavirus cases on April 26, down from 11 a day earlier, with no new deaths, the country’s health authority said on Monday. Of…

Coronavirus is making us work 3 hours longer from home

An executive at JPMorgan Chase & Co. gets unapologetic messages from colleagues on nights and weekends, including a notably demanding one on Easter Sunday. A web designer whose…

Indian woman part of Oxford University vaccine project get Encouragement through Social Media

As the world races to find a cure for the deadly novel coronavirus, a Kolkata woman is playing a crucial part in the team at the University of…

Coronavirus lingers in air of crowded spaces says new study

The new coronavirus appears to linger in the air in crowded spaces or rooms that lack ventilation, researchers found in a study that buttresses the notion that Covid-19…

Saudi Arabia announces 1,289 new coronavirus cases

Saudi Arabia has confirmed 1,289 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of cases to 18,811, the Ministry of Health announced on Monday….

Bill Gates’ coronavirus vaccine could be ready in 12 months

Billionaire Bill Gates’s foundation will focus all of its resources on fighting the coronavirus. The philanthropist and founder of Microsoft said that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation,…

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