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EarthShakerPH 1h
MORE RECOVERIES! DOH reports 7 more recoveries from , bringing the total to 42!
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The Times of India 1h
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi writes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi offering suggestions on . Gandhi says 'we stand together with the government in fighting and overcoming this tremendous challenge'
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Tomi Fresh 33m
Can somebody tell me what is happening in China? 75,000 (92.5%) recoveries! You should ask again how the virus traveled frm Wuhan without reaching Beijing & Shanghai, Now Wuhan is almost free and back to Business while the world isn’t. China owes the world an Explanation
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Dr Zweli Mkhize 1h
All citizens from Wuhan and who have been in quarantine in Polokwane will return home today. The Ranch is now a green zone
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Bashir Ahmad 22m
FLASH: The Comptroller General of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babandede has tested positive for , he has been in self-isolation since his return from the UK, his office has confirmed in a statement this morning.
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ANI 1m
Discharges till date-Mumbai 14, Pune 15, Nagpur 01, Aurangabad 01, Yavatmal 03, such 34 people have been discharged from the respective hospitals. Active cases-155: Rajesh Tope, Maharashtra Heath Minister (File pic)
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Kai Kupferschmidt 1h
“We know how to bring the economy back to life. What we do not know is how to bring people back to life.” Ghana’s president Nana Akufo-Addo with admirably clear messaging on and economy. Plenty to learn from everywhere in the world if we listen. We’re in this together.
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ABS-CBN News 5m
690 doctors, nurses volunteer to fight pandemic
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QuickTake by Bloomberg 1h
Air pollution declines in Europe as more people stay home to stem the spread of the Red = concentrations of nitrogen dioxide in these satellite images. More :
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CibaiKiah 27m
Understanding Malaysia's Thanks to Dr Alee Yuhan
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Philstar.com 43m
JUST IN: announced Sunday 343 new confirmed cases of . This is the highest number of cases in a single day and brings the total number of cases to 1,418. There were 3 new death and 7 new recoveries also reported by DOH. More updates:
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Avinash Kalla 31m
survey 1937 teams 470469 families to be surveyed 435988 surveyed 34481 remain 2268310 people to be surveyed 2200588 surveyed 67722 remain 14453 found with cold,cough, fever,breathing disorders. Marked, treatment suggested,quarantined
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Rob🌹 🇬🇧🇪🇺 50m
Dear please don’t send out a letter to me re I would like my share to go towards for our instead. Thanks
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AYeshY 3m
I am "Ayesha", highly appreciate the sincere efforts of Our Doctors, Paramedics and all Armed Forces, who are fighting against on front foot. Our heartiest prayers and good wishes are with you. We are ready to Volunteer at anytime.
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ABS-CBN News 26m
A total of 335 overseas Filipinos have been confirmed positive as of March 29, of which 55 are new cases, and 220 are undergoing treatment, according to DFA | via
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Shashi Tharoor 15m
How Kerala has been doing most things right in its handling of : It's not over yet, but interim congratulations to for "maximum governance" & for solidarity & constructive support
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Nurah.Maisarah 27s
I just can’t... 🤦🏽🤦🏽🤦🏽 How can this even real? Naming your child after a pandemic virus?
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Scientists Unite Against COVID-19 24m
💡[FACT SHEET]💡 We keep hearing it all the time since the pandemic started, but what does "flattening the curve" actually mean, and how do we do it? How can help ?
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 15m
Only effective global cooperation can stem the potential human & economic toll of the pandemic: , and calling for a coordinated global response 👉
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Malay Mail 15m
Malaysia recorded seven cases of Covid-19 deaths today, the highest daily toll reported so far and bringing the total number of casualties to the pandemic to 34 as of March 29, 5 PM.
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