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WHO official: European deaths spike since March linked to COVID-19

Reuters Thursday, 28 May 2020
About 159,000 more people in 24 European countries have died since early March than would have ordinarily been expected, a World Health Organization (WHO) official said on Thursday, with a "significant proportion" of the spike linked to COVID-19.
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Coronavirus: Young people are not invincible to COVID-19 effects, warns WHO chief [Video]

Coronavirus: Young people are not invincible to COVID-19 effects, warns WHO chief

Coronavirus: Young people are not invincible to COVID-19 effects, warns WHO chief

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Coronavirus: Greater numbers of young Europeans are contracting COVID-19, says WHO [Video]

Coronavirus: Greater numbers of young Europeans are contracting COVID-19, says WHO

Dr Hans Kluge, WHO's regional director for Europe, said that "we see from reports both nationally and sub-nationally that now the spike in cases in quite a number of countries is primarily in age cohorts between 20 and 39".View on euronews

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COVID-19: Low footfall in Guwahati markets ahead of Bakri Eid

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, markets in Assam's Guwahati witnessed relatively low footfall ahead of Bakri Eid. Shopkeepers said their businesses have been badly hit due to COVID. "There are fewer customers in market these days. Our business is badly hit as market condition is poor," a shopkeeper said. Bakra Eid, Bakrid and Eid al-Adha are all names for the 'Feast of the Sacrifice'. Meanwhile, the total number of COVID-19cases in Assam has reached 38,408.

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Watch: 70-year-old patient plays Bhupen Hazarika composition as tribute to COVID warriors in Assam

Dr Satyendra Kumar Chaudhary, a 70-year-old COVID-19 patient to a COVID hospital in Guwahati paid a musical tribute to all the COVID warriors. He played a composition by Bhupen Hazarika on a violin to inspire and cheer doctors and patients. Meanwhile, the total number of COVID-19cases in Assam has reached 38,408.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:25Published
How will schools in Florida handle cases of COVID-19? For many, it remains unclear [Video]

How will schools in Florida handle cases of COVID-19? For many, it remains unclear

As Florida school districts work to reopen campuses safely for students and staff, Investigative Reporter Katie LaGrone asks districts how cases of COVID-19 will be handled on campus.

Credit: ABC Action News    Duration: 02:26Published

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