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Gabon bans eating of pangolin and bats amid...

The novel coronavirus is believed to have come from bats, but researchers think it might have spread to humans via another mammal.

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UK reports record 684 COVID-19 new deaths...

Britain on Friday reported a record 684 new COVID-19 deaths in its daily update.

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Isolated athletes face mental health risks...

Those affected range from well-paid superstars such as tennis's Serena Williams, who has suffered from depression in the past, to journeyman pros and Olympic...

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Coronavirus: latest global developments

Here are the latest developments in the coronavirus crisis:

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Eritrea announces 21-day lockdown to fight...

The Horn of Africa nation has reported 18 cases of COVID-19 so far, including one person who contracted the disease in Eritrea "without any history of...

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COVID19 suspect escapes from Gulu Hospital...

Gulu regional referral hospital and Police are looking for a coronavirus suspect who escaped from the hospital on Wednesday.

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Algeria jails ex-police chief for 15 years...

An Algerian court issued heavy prison sentences Wednesday to a powerful former police chief and his family for illicit gains and misappropriation of land....

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Six-week-old newborn dies of coronavirus...

Governor Ned Lamont tweeted that the newborn was "brought unresponsive to a hospital late last week and could not be revived."

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One Turkish doctor dies, over 600 health...

"The number of our doctor friends, nurses or other healthcare personnel affected by the novel coronavirus is high. This figure, which I reluctantly announce,...

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Kenya president sorry for coronavirus cop...

Police have used heavy-handed tactics to enforce the dusk to dawn curfew since its introduction on Friday, with tear gas, baton charges and the alleged...

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🔴 CORONAVIRUS | Uganda confirms...

President Museveni says that of the 176 samples tested by the health ministry on Tuesday, 11 of them - all of them children - returned positive, lifting the total number of confirmed cases in Uganda to 44. Over 800,000 people are infected globally.