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  1. Switzerland

    Countries in sub-Saharan Africa could see a peak in coronavirus cases in the coming weeks, and testing should be urgently increased in the region, World Health Organization officials said Thursday.

  2. Virus Outbreak Aircraft Carrier

    A sailor from the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt was admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU) in Guam after testing positive for the coronavirus last month, the U.S. navy said on Thursday, as the number of coronavirus cases on the ship jumped to over 400.

  3. boris johnson, david lloyd-george

    Boris Johnson isn't the first British PM hospitalized by the largest pandemic of his century. In 1918, the Spanish flu sickened and killed a staggering array of world leaders, and shaped the future politics of India, South Africa, the Soviet Union and perhaps every country involved in the Second World War.

  4. Swiss find workaround to get gardening supplies in time of COVID-19

    An entrepreneur follows the physical distancing rules with a new delivery system to help with spring planting.

  5. Eery

    Since the pandemic began, California hospitals have been preparing for an influx of COVID-19 patients — the dreaded surge. It has yet to arrive. Evidence is mounting that the state's early action — including the first statewide stay-at-home order in the U.S. — helped slow the spread.