Coronavirus Outbreak: Chinese basketball league returns to action after five-month shutdown with no fans in attendance
The Chinese basketball league has restarted after an almost five-month shutdown for the coronavirus pandemic, with fewer foreign players and no fans in the stands.
Rajasthan seals its borders for a week as COVID-19 cases surge; state reports 123 new patients, total infections reach 11,368
The Rajasthan government sealed all state borders on Wednesday in view of a surge in COVID-19 cases. All movement to and from the state will be regulated. No person can enter Rajasthan without a 'No Objection Certificate' (NOC) from the state or leave without a pass, Director General Of Police, Law and Order, ML Lather said in an order.
Coronavirus Outbreak: China reports two new COVID-19 patients, 20 asymptomatic infections, taking total cases to 82,883
China has reported two confirmed coronavirus cases and 20 new asymptomatic infections, including three imported ones, taking their total number to over 960, health authorities said on Wednesday.
Coronavirus Outbreak: China reports 108 new COVID-19 cases; total number of deaths reach 3,341 in country so far
As many as 108 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the country on Sunday, of which 98 were people returning from abroad
Coronavirus Outbreak: Wuhan to keep testing residents even after lockdown eases; China reported 42 new cases
Concerns remain over an influx of infected patients from overseas as well as China’s ability to detect asymptomatic patients, and the government in Wuhan has tried to reassure the public that it remains vigilant
Coronavirus Outbreak: Wuhan ends 76-day lockdown amid concerns of rebound in infections; China reports 62 new cases
Chinese health authority said on Wednesday that 62 new confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported on the Chinese mainland on Tuesday
China reports 30 new coronavirus cases, including five locally-transmitted infections; nine districts in Wuhan classified as low-risk'
Signifying the slowdown of the virus in the country, China on Saturday held a nationwide memorial for martyrs and victims of the coronavirus in the country.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Lockdown impacts events planned to celebrate 70 yrs of India-China ties; Beijing says diplomatic relations will emerge stronger after pandemic
On 1 April, 1950, India became the first non-Communist country in Asia to establish diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China (PRC).
If the reports are correct, then it would mean that we, as a species, have failed to learn a very important lesson from this pandemic.
Except coronavirus epicentre Wuhan, all cities in China's Hubei province set to resume domestic flights from tomorrow
Domestic operations in China's Hubei province except in Wuhan Tianhe International Airport will be resumed from Sunday, China's Civil Aviation Regulator (CAAC) said on Friday.
Coronavirus found in pangolins smuggled into China, but similarity not sufficient to link anteater with current outbreak, finds study
The study, published in the journal Nature, said the degree of similarity between the virus in the small anteater mammals, and the one causing the pandemic is not sufficient to suggest that the animals are the intermediate hosts behind the current outbreak
Coronavirus Outbreak: China reports second consecutive day of no new local transmissions but imported cases rise
A total of 67 new cases were reported as of end-Wednesday, up from 47 a day earlier, all of which were imported, China’s National Health Commission said in a statement on Thursday
Coronavirus Outbreak: China to lift travel curbs in Hubei province, end lockdown of Wuhan on 8 April as infections begin to abate
Wuhan, the central Chinese city where the virus cases were first detected in December last year on Monday reported one new confirmed case of the COVID-19 after reporting zero cases for five consecutive days
'More families will lose their loved ones': Boris Johnson warns people that coronavirus will spread further as UK predicts 10,000 confirmed cases
Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned on Thursday that many more families would see their loved ones die from coronavirus, as the government’s chief scientific adviser said Britain likely has as many as 10,000 people infected.
Justin Trudeau's wife Sophie tests positive for coronavirus; Canadian prime minister begins 14-day isolation as precautionary measure
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's wife has tested positive for the new coronavirus, his office announced Thursday night. It said Sophie Grégoire Trudeau was felling well and would remain in isolation.
In total, mobile phone brands sold a total of 6.34 million devices in February in China, down 54.7 percent compared to that in February 2019.
Amid Coronavirus outbreak, Chinese company develops tech that can identify people even with their masks on
Coronavirus has resulted in almost everyone wearing a surgical mask outdoors posing a particular problem for surveillance.
Amazon bars one million products for attempting to price-gouge customers; masks, respirators sold at higher rates
Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer has faced scrutiny over the health-related offers on its platform
Global shares head for worst week since 2008 financial crisis as investors brace for coronavirus to morph into a pandemic
The worsening global threat from the virus prompted investors to rapidly step up bets the US Federal Reserve would need to cut interest rates as soon as next month to support economic growth
Coronavirus impact: BPCL procures 500 mn barrels of 'opportunity' crude from distress sale after prices plunge
BPCL will not buy more such crude as it will make inventory management unwieldy, said R Ramachandran, director of refineries