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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DAILY NEWSLETTER
September 17, 2020
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Situation Update in Numbers
Total cases New cases New deaths
Global 29,900,000 ↑1.0% 278,517 ↓4.5% 5,272 ↓21.5%
US 6,630,000 ↑0.3% 24,598 ↓52.2% 865 ↓38.5%
UK 378,219 ↑1.1% 3,991 ↑28.6% 20 ↓25.9%
Australia 26,779 ↑0.2% 41↓10.9% 8 ↑100.0%
India 5,120,000 ↑2.0% 97,894 ↑8.6% 1,132 ↓12.2%
Data is for September 17, 2020. Growth% over previous day.  See complete list >
Latest COVID-19 News
Global:
Chinese vaccine maker Sinovac to test Covid-19 vaccine in teenagers and children.
Damage to global economy this year will be unprecedented, but less than previously expected.
Oxfam report shows that rich nations have already bought up half of future Coronavirus vaccine supply.
For first time in a decade, New Zealand plunges into recession.
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US:
Democratic presidential candidate, Biden warns against rushing with the Coronavirus vaccine.
Federal government plans to distribute free Coronavirus vaccines once they are okayed by the US FDA.
Big Ten goes back on decision to postpone due to Covid-19, play to start the weekend of October 23 and 24.
President Trump says White House staffer has tested positive for Coronmavirus but was not associated with him. 
UK:
PM Boris says second nation-wide lockdown would be disastrous.
Major incident declared in North Yorkshire after surge in Covid-19 cases for a fortnight.
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Parents asked to wear masks on the school run to tackle rise in Covid-19 cases.
Justice secretary claims dealing with testing delays is the number one priority.
India:
Findings of Delhi antibody survey show that 33% are exposed to Coronavirus.
Russia partners with Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories to test and supply Sputnik V vaccine to India.
Report suggests that 26 percent of India’s jails have reported Covid-19 infections since March.
Diesel sales in India rise to 94% and petrol sales top pre-Covid level.
Australia:
Victoria reports lowest daily number of Coronavirus cases since June.
The unemployment rate in Australia fell slightly to 6.8 per cent in August, raising recovery hopes. 
Australian National University and University of New South Wales to cut almost 500 more jobs due to Covid-19 impact.
Australia urged to spearhead “Pacific jobkeeper” program after Covid-19 shakes economies.
Science and Research Updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus
Study finds that Covid-19 rarely kills kids, but minorities may be at a higher risk.
According to a study those with substance use disorders are more likely to contract severe Covid-19.
Study finds that strict social distancing is linked to much lower chance of Covid-19 infection.
Practical Tips on Staying Safe, Healthy and Productive
Leveraging your website during the pandemic - be transparent about expectations, be clear about what your company does, make sure your forms are working, make it easy to connect with a live person.
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Tips to reduce your risk of catching Covid-19 - make sure the mask is not damp with sweat or water, do not wear the mask under the nose, do not reposition or adjust the mask once it has been put on, cough or sneeze in your bent elbow.
 
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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DAILY NEWSLETTER
September 16, 2020
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Situation Update in Numbers
Total cases New cases New deaths
Global 29,610,000 ↑1.0% 291,701 ↑26.0% 6,717 ↑64.8%
US 6,610,000 ↑0.9% 51,473 ↑47.7% 1,407 ↑212.0%
UK 374,228 ↑0.8% 3,103 ↑18.4% 27 ↑200.0%
Australia 26,738 ↑0.2% 46↑12.2% 0 ↓100.0%
India 5,020,000 ↑1.8% 90,123 ↑7.5% 1,290 ↑22.4%
Data is for September 16, 2020. Growth% over previous day.  See complete list >
Latest COVID-19 News
Global:
Air New Zealand plans to cut up to 385 cabin crew jobs due to impact of Covid-19. 
Japan commits 17.2 billion yen for participation in WHO's global Coronavirus vaccine programme.
China suspends poultry imports from two US plants due to Coronavirus cases among workers.
Health workers in Nigeria on strike over Covid-19 allowance.
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US:
Sam Horsfield withdraws from US Open after testing positive for Coronavirus. 
President Trump claims vaccine against Coronavirus could be three or four weeks away.
Study claims that Coronavirus may have arrived in the US in December 2019. 
President Trump dismisses Pennsylvania voters' questions about his Coronavirus response.
UK:
Health Secretary says testing system facing enormous challenge after sharp rise in those seeking to get tested for Covid-19. 
Families stopping in the street to talk would be breaching the rule of six: home secretary
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Official figures show that UK unemployment rate is at its highest level in two years. 
Two men arrested in the Holyland area, N. Ireland, for breaching Covid-19 regulations.
India:
India gifts Nepal 2,000 vials of Remdesivir to help fight Covid-19.
Serum Institute to resume clinical trials of Oxford's Covid-19 vaccine candidate.
Report says Indian economy will contract 9% this fiscal due to impact of Covid-19.
India received over $20 billion in FDI amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.
Australia:
Australian PGA Championship postponed until February 2021 due to Coronavirus. 
Melbourne on course for relaxing lockdown as cases reduce.
New car sales slump in Australia during the Coronavirus pandemic, but luxury brands sector sees rise in sales.
Mornington Peninsula cafe owner legally challenges Victoria government’s Coronavirus curfew.
Science and Research Updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus
Researchers are studying the clinical outcomes of older Coronavirus patients receiving vitamin D, magnesium and vitamin B12. Read on to know more.
Study claims that transmission risk of Covid-19 is higher in dine-in restaurants.
Study finds that Immuno Suppressive Therapy does not increase the risk for contracting Coronavirus.
Practical Tips on Staying Safe, Healthy and Productive
Launching a B2B company during tough times - leverage the online shift in place of in-person meetings, collect demonstrable customer traction ASAP, bring on a salesperson with a robust network, keep filling your funnel.
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Lifestyle tips for adolescents during the pandemic - eat a nutritious diet and stay hydrated, ensure consumption of foods that build immunity, stay physically active and get your daily dose of sunlight, get adequate sleep and manage stress and anxiety.
 
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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DAILY NEWSLETTER
September 10, 2020
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Situation Update in Numbers
Total cases New cases New deaths
Global 27,890,000 ↑1.0% 271,310 ↑16.2% 5,859 ↑18.9%
US 6,360,000 ↑0.5% 31,927 ↑17.7% 1,136 ↑141.2%
UK 355,219 ↑0.8% 2,659 ↑8.1% 8 ↓75.0%
Australia 26,465 ↑0.3% 91↑75.0% 11 ↑37.5%
India 4,470,000 ↑2.3% 95,735 ↑6.7% 1,172 ↑5.1%
Data is for September 10, 2020. Growth% over previous day.  See complete list >
Latest COVID-19 News
Global:
Jakarta to impose large-scale social restrictions as Coronavirus cases surge. 
Japanese Sumo Association announced that 19 wrestlers have tested positive for Covid-19 ahead of major tournament. 
French government prepares to take multiple tough decisions to counter high Coronavirus infection rates.
Czech government makes face masks inside public buildings mandatory after record spike in new Covid-19 cases. 
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US:
Trump acknowledges that he played down the Covid-19 crisis because he did not want to create panic.
New York City restaurants to resume indoor dining this month at one-quarter capacity. 
Trump administration plans on ending Covid-19 screenings of those arriving from overseas.
Job openings in US increased in July as more workers from retail and services industries quit their jobs.
UK:
A number of people in England seek tests though they don't have any Covid-19 symptoms: Health Secretary Matt Hancock
Northern Ireland's health minister wants Covid-19 rules tightened.
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The speed of processing Coronavirus home tests in Wales falls dramatically.
University of Cambridge to offer weekly Coronavirus tests to students even in the absence of symptoms. 
India:
Serum Institute of India gets notice for continuing Covid-19 vaccine trials.
Hindustan Syringes ramps up production to meet Coronavirus vaccine demand.
Covid-19 becomes a major obstacle in India's tuberculosis programme.
Dr Reddy's launches Remdesivir under the brand name Redyx to treat Covid-19 in India.
Australia:
Australian Retailers Association head says Victoria's Covid-19 roadmap could wipe out half of small businesses.
Federal Health Minister urges Victoria to lift night curfew.
NSW coronavirus infections increase as two Sydney hospitals' emergency department clusters grow.
Photos of packed Sydney trains spark Coronavirus concerns.
Science and Research Updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus
A human peptide called bradykinin could be responsible for some of the deadly symptoms in those infected with Coronavirus.
Experts explain why Coronavirus is more deadly in those with obesity, including the young.
Exposure to endocrine-disrupting compounds can increase your risk of suffering from severe Coronavirus.
Practical Tips on Staying Safe, Healthy and Productive
Tips for responsible marketing during the pandemic - show empathy with your intended customers, have a strong online presence, avoid using images and phrases that involve a lot of people, device an agile pricing strategy, offer user centric discounts.
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Avoiding food poisoning during the Covid-19 outbreak - anything that could be washed in the kitchen should be washed, make sure you wash your hands, handle raw meats carefully.
 
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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DAILY NEWSLETTER
September 9, 2020
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Situation Update in Numbers
Total cases New cases New deaths
Global 27,610,000 ↑0.9% 233,425 ↑18.5% 4,927 ↑31.6%
US 6,330,000 ↑0.5% 27,122 ↑11.8% 471 ↑76.4%
UK 352,560 ↑0.7% 2,460 ↓16.6% 32 ↑966.7%
Australia 26,374 ↑0.2% 52↑20.9% 8 ↓11.1%
India 4,370,000 ↑2.1% 89,706 ↑18.3% 1,115 ↓1.6%
Data is for September 9, 2020. Growth% over previous day.  See complete list >
Latest COVID-19 News
Global:
UN warns that Coronavirus could reverse progress in reducing child mortality.
Canada sees increase in number of people infected with Covid-19 as schools start to reopen.
Police raid Peru nightclub for breaking Coronavirus restrictions, at least 13 die in stampede.
South Korea's conservative Christian churches face backlash for defying Covid-19 rules. 
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US:
Data shows that half a million children in the US have been diagnosed with Covid-19.
New York plans to move colleges where Covid-19 cases have surged to remote learning.
US Senate to introduce a new proposal on Covid-19 relief this week. 
US midwest and northeast see surge in Covid-19 cases even as nation-wide deaths fall for third week.
UK:
AstraZeneca and Oxford Covid-19 vaccine trials on hold after UK participant had an adverse reaction.
England to ban social gatherings of more than six from 14 September.
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Wales adds Santorini, Serifos and Tinos to quarantine list.
Caerphilly becomes first county in Wales to go into lockdown following a spike in Covid-19 cases.
India:
India plans to reopen the Taj Mahal even as Coronavirus cases surge in the country. 
Rumours about Coronavirus hamper testing in Punjab.
70% of the Indian banking sector debt has been affected by Covid-19 impact.
India working to facilitate Russia's request of manufacturing the Sputnik V Coronavirus vaccine.
Australia:
Australia not worried about AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine trial being put on hold: deputy chief medical officer
Victoria set to digitise Covid-19 contact tracing after criticism from federal government.
Inquiry reveals that Melbourne hotel quarantine guests left the premises to visit a convenience store.
Employment in Victoria tumbles as jobs in the rest of Australia made modest gains.
Science and Research Updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus
Team of food contamination experts says it is highly unlikely that food could be a source of Covid-19 transmission.
Researchers find that fatigue, headache and fever are the most common Coronavirus symptoms among children.
Scientists find that Covid-19 patients display prolonged gut viral infection, even if they do not show any gastrointestinal symptoms.
Practical Tips on Staying Safe, Healthy and Productive
Promoting your small business using Facebook Ads during the pandemic - create remarketing campaigns, customize your ads, tell compelling stories, build lookalike audiences.
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Dealing with money anxiety during the pandemic - accept the situation for what it is, identify coping skills, take stock of your finances, limit your risk-taking, modify your budget to adjust to a reduced income.
 
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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DAILY NEWSLETTER
September 8, 2020
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Situation Update in Numbers
Total cases New cases New deaths
Global 27,370,000 ↑0.8% 196,976 14.4% 3,745 ↓58.1%
US 6,300,000 ↑0.4% 24,250 ↓20.6% 267 ↓33.7%
UK 350,100 ↑0.8% 2,948 ↓1.3% 3 ↑50.0%
Australia 26,322 ↑0.2% 43↓40.3% 9 ↑80.0%
India 4,280,000 ↑1.8% 75,809 ↓16.5% 1,133 ↑11.5%
Data is for September 8, 2020. Growth% over previous day.  See complete list >
Latest COVID-19 News
Global:
Japan government to spend US$6.3b of emergency reserves on Coronavirus vaccines.
Emirates has issued more than US$1.4 billion in Covid-related refunds.
Educational institutions in Pakistan to begin reopening next week.
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi cancels first election trip due to Covid-19 fears. 
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US:
The number of Covid-19 cases in 22 US states rising. 
A Covid-19 cluster has been linked to fraternity party at the University of New Hampshire.
Federal official raises questions over Trump's Covid-19 vaccine timeline.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announces that New York’s infection rate has been below one percent for 30 days.
UK:
England adds seven Greek islands to quarantine list, travelers must self-isolate for 14 days. 
Britain working to reduce quarantine period for travelers from countries including Spain and France.
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UK could see second spike in Covid-19 cases if youngsters don't follow social distancing: health secretary
Movement restrictions expected in Leeds if spread of Covid-19 worsens.
India:
WHO in talks with India on joining COVAX global allocation plan.
India is now country with second highest number of Coronavirus cases.
Covid-19 tally in India expected to surge as metro rail services restart.
India’s biggest Coronavirus care centre in Bengaluru to be shut due to lack of patients.
Australia:
Bledisloe Cup test between Australia and New Zealand pushed to 2022 due to Covid-19.
Australia's jobless benefits will be third worst in OECD after Coronavirus supplement is reduced.
Over 40% of Victorian aged-care Covid-19 deaths occurred across 10 facilities.
Victoria must establish best lockdown measures to avoid another Covid-19 shutdown: WHO adviser 
Science and Research Updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus
Researchers find that those hospitalised with Coronavirus have lung damage and coughs weeks after they are discharged.
Scientists say that the Covid-19 test is so sensitive that it could pick up dead virus from old infections.
Researchers say that an inflammatory syndrome linked to Covid-19 in children could damage their heart.
Practical Tips on Staying Safe, Healthy and Productive
Improving working capital for your business during the pandemic - drive change by identifying your priorities, prioritize cash flow, improve visibility, consider customers and suppliers.
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Tips for those on dialysis during the pandemic - consume less salt or salty foods, avoid high phosphate foods, consult a nephrologist on the daily fluid allowance per day, eat a high protein meal.
 
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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DAILY NEWSLETTER
September 7, 2020
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Situation Update in Numbers
Total cases New cases New deaths
Global 27,150,797 ↑0.9% 230,144 17.6% 8,929 ↑66.6%
US 6,276,421 ↑0.5% 30,555 ↓30.8% 403 ↓47.9%
UK 347,152 ↑0.9% 2,988 ↑64.8% 2 ↓83.3%
Australia 26,279 ↑0.3% 72↑1.4% 5 ↓54.5%
India 4,204,613 ↑2.2% 90,802 ↑0.2% 1,016 ↓4.6%
Data is for September 7, 2020. Growth% over previous day.  See complete list >
Latest COVID-19 News
Global:
IOC vice president says the Tokyo Olympics will go ahead 'with or without Covid-19'.
French authorities place seven more departments on high alert as Covid-19 infections accelerate.
Report claims that up to 25% Brazilians may not take the Coronavirus vaccine.
Over 200 UN staff have been infected by Coronavirus in Syria.
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US:
Labor Day gatherings across the US make health experts fear a surge in Covid-19 cases. 
11 Northeastern University students dismissed for violating school's public health protocols put in place due to the pandemic. 
US surgeon general asks states to be ready for Covid-19 vaccine distribution by November.
Trump administration and House Democrats not any closer to deal on additional Coronavirus stimulus.
UK:
Hospitals in England expected to miss target for restoring pre-Covid-19 services next month.
County match cancalled after Northamptonshire player tests positive for Coronavirus.
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Scotland reports highest number of daily Covid-19 cases since May.
Jobs at the Lake District National Park at risk due to Covid-19.
India:
Delhi metro reopens over five months after it was shut down to curb Coronavirus spread.
India overtakes Brazil in total number of Covid-19 cases.
India studies Russian proposal for Covid-19 vaccine as cases mount through the country. 
Australia:
Australia expects first batch of AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine within months.
Australian government announces $1.7bn Covid-19 vaccine deals to buy 84.8m doses.
Dozens of Australian companies fined over $800,000 for trying to unlawfully profit from the pandemic.
Coronavirus lockdown in Melbourne extended for two weeks.
Science and Research Updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus
Researchers say diarrhoea, vomiting and abdominal cramps could be signs of Coronavirus infection in children.
A study indicates that diabetes may set in as acute complication of Coronavirus infection.
Researchers have compared the response of T cells to SARS-CoV-2 and influenza. Read on to know more.
Practical Tips on Staying Safe, Healthy and Productive
Tips to get a job during the Covid-19 era - get comfortable with the remote interview reality, polish your resume for the bots, don't read too much into job titles, look at the IT roles with a future.
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Tips on packing for college during the pandemic – carry a large supply of masks, pack hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes, make sure you have a thermometer, pack up on non-perishable food items, have your health insurance information handy.
 
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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DAILY NEWSLETTER
September 4, 2020
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Situation Update in Numbers
Total cases New cases New deaths
Global 26,340,000 ↑1.1% 266,831 2.4% 5,625 ↓6.8%
US 6,150,000 ↑0.7% 36,249 ↓6.5% 1,053 ↓0.2%
UK 340,411 ↑0.5% 1,735 ↑15.1% 13 ↑30.0%
Australia 26,049 ↑0.5% 126↑21.2% 15 ↑150.0%
India 3,940,000 ↑2.3% 83,341 ↓0.6% 1,096 ↑5.1%
Data is for September 4, 2020. Growth% over previous day.  See complete list >
Latest COVID-19 News
Global:
EU hopeful to get 30 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine by end of the year.
Malaysia to impose entry ban on citizens of countries with over 150,000 Coronavirus cases.
New Zealand PM says Covid-19 restrictions will be retained across the country until mid-September.
Brazil President says Coronavirus vaccinations will not be made mandatory.
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US:
New York announces more reopenings as new Covid-19 infections remain low.
First-time unemployment benefit claims fell below a million in the US last week.
Dozens of major hospitals pondering over FDA's directive on Covid-19 plasma.
The pandemic has killed more police officers this year than any other causes combined.
UK:
Nicola Sturgeon claims Coronavirus is spreading again in Scotland.
Wales and Scotland ask travelers from Portugal to self-isolate for 14 days, England and Northern Ireland take different path.
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Eight teenagers who travelled to the UK from Crete test positive for Covid-19.
Leeds becomes area of concern with infection rates rising over the last few weeks.
India:
Activity in India's services industry shrinks for sixth month in August.
Millions of students appear for NEET and JEE amid worry over rising Covid-19 cases.
India's edible oil conference pushed to next year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. 
India assures Bangladesh of high priority in the supply of Covid-19 vaccines.
Australia:
Woman in Australia arrested and charged for promoting an anti-lockdown protest.
PM Scott Morrison calls for an end to internal border controls.
PM Morrison shrugs off censure of Richard Colbeck, aged care minister, over Coronavirus conduct.
15,000 people with ANZ mortgages fear they can no longer pay their loans.
Science and Research Updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus
WHO researchers confirm that steroids can reduce deaths of critically ill Coronavirus patients.
Infectious disease experts explain why herd immunity alone will not be able to stop Covid-19.
A reformulated generic drug could be a cost-effective way to prevent hospitalizations due to Covid-19.
Practical Tips on Staying Safe, Healthy and Productive
Getting your firm fighting fit post-Coronavirus - consider ‘no touch’ techniques, enhance and extend remote monitoring of processes and equipment, manage operations safely, securely and effectively from a remote location.
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Tips to save money at home - stick to a plan and don’t overshoot targets, buy refurbished products, pre-plan your purchases, avoid emotional buying, stay on lookout for offers.
 
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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DAILY NEWSLETTER
September 3, 2020
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Situation Update in Numbers
Total cases New cases New deaths
Global 26,060,000 ↑1.1% 273,379 5.6% 6,038 ↓6.8%
US 6,110,000 ↑0.5% 38,754 ↓13.2% 1,055 ↓3.3%
UK 338,676 ↑0.4% 1,508 ↑16.4% 10 ↑233.3%
Australia 25,923 ↑0.4% 104↑42.5% 6 ↑20.0%
India 3,850,000 ↑2.1% 83,883 ↑7.1% 1,043 ↓5.6%
Data is for September 3, 2020. Growth% over previous day.  See complete list >
Latest COVID-19 News
Global:
German minister says new nationwide lockdown not needed to keep Covid-19 under control. 
Three PSG players - Neymar, Di Maria and Paredes - test positive for Covid-19.
Turkey health minister says country is seeing second peak of Coronavirus outbreak.
For first time since Cuban revolution, Havana under night-time curfew to keep Coronavirus at bay.
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US:
Birx says White House is not considering 'herd immunity' policy.
US CDC asks state public health officials to prepare for Coronavirus vaccine distribution by late October.
Independent experts to be brought in by US FDA to review Covid-19 vaccines.
New Hampshire poll finds that those who consume conservative media are less likely to use masks.
UK:
Coronavirus restrictions re-imposed in parts of Manchester as cases rise. 
Britain to fund trials of rapid Coronavirus tests with 500 million pounds.
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England under pressure to impose quarantine on those returning from Greece.
Proposals put forward to allow England and Wales couples to marry outdoors or inside family homes.
India:
Coal India Ltd.’s quarterly profit falls by over 50% as Coronavirus hits demand.
Pune is now the worst-hit district in India with over 1.8 lakh cases. 
Kite-makers in India see sales increase manifold during lockdown.
ICMR says India is planning to ensure Coronavirus vaccine reaches all in the shortest time possible. 
Australia:
Australia's Kooyong Classic exhibition called off due to Coronavirus.
Victoria reports triple digit new Covid-19 cases for first time in 4 days.
After Abbott's comments on 'health dictatorships', Morrison defends Coalition's Coronavirus response.
Education experts warn that Australian schools are not equipped to meet needs of students stranded overseas.
Science and Research Updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus
Study shows that Coronavirus antibodies rise and then hold steady for up to four months in over 90 percent of recovered patients.
Those wearing plastic shields or masks with valves can spray invisible droplets that can help in the spread of Coronavirus.
Researchers learn more about how Coronavirus infection can affect pregnant women. Read on to find out what researchers know.
Practical Tips on Staying Safe, Healthy and Productive
How to be a good leader in Covid-19 times - accept that no-one has all the answers, be available to others, look at crisis and mistakes differently, integrate playfulness, see opportunity in adversity.
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Tips for DJs to stay creative during trying times – take a walk in nature, try new ideas or new techniques, finish old and new projects, work on your next releases.
 
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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DAILY NEWSLETTER
September 2, 2020
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Situation Update in Numbers
Total cases New cases New deaths
Global 25,780,000 ↑1.1% 258,958 ↑10.6% 6,481 ↑62.4%
US 6,080,000 ↑0.8% 44,639 ↑31.9% 1,091 ↑106.2%
UK 337,168 ↑0.4% 1,295 ↓7.9% 3 ↑50.0%
Australia 25,819 ↑0.3% 73 ↓3.9% 5 ↓87.8%
India 3,770,000 ↑2.2% 78,357 ↑12.1% 1,105 ↑45.6%
Data is for September 2, 2020. Growth% over previous day.  See complete list >
Latest COVID-19 News
Global:
Health experts baffled at how Pakistan managed to dodge the worst of the pandemic.
World Golf Championship-HSBC Champions in Shanghai cancelled due to Covid-19.
Bhutan prepares to gradually lift Covid-19 lockdown restrictions. 
Scaled-down Venice film festival sees fewer stars due to Coronavirus fears. 
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US:
White House pushes back on WHO concerns over US approval of Covid-19 vaccine.
New York City's public school system pushes back opening of classrooms to September 21.
Philadelphia Mayor faces scrutiny for dining indoors in Maryland restaurant, while restaurants in his city remain closed.
NIH panel claims plasma must not be considered as a standard treatment for Covid-19.
UK:
Glasgow reintroduces restrictions on visiting other households.
Third Covid-19 outbreak detected at Craigavon Area Hospital.
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Council bosses ask for restrictions to remain in place as Covid-19 cases spike in Bolton and Trafford.
Survey suggests that only 5% of office-based Belfast staff have returned to their workplaces.
India:
India faces potential delays in sugar crop harvest as Covid-19 continues raging through the country.
India offered a load by Japan to fight Covid-19 pandemic.
Third wave of outsourcing for Indian IT industry expected to be triggered by Covid-19.
Goa airport removes Covid-19 negative certificate rule.
Australia:
Restrictions in Victoria expected to ease as the state reports declining new Coronavirus cases.
Q2 GDP in Australia shrinks at record pace due to impact of Covid-19.
50% of symptomatic Victorians aren’t volunteering for testing: Victoria’s chief health officer, Brett Sutton.
Inmates in Australian prison set fire in cells due to Covid-19 lockdown unrest. 
Science and Research Updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus
Team of scientists find that a product in insect repellents can kill Coronavirus.
According to new research, mobile phone location data could be useful in predicting future Covid-19 trends.
Researchers have found presence of SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus particles in the heart tissue.
Practical Tips on Staying Safe, Healthy and Productive
Ensuring business continuity in tough times - invest in the right IT infrastructure to enable employees to work from home securely, embrace virtual operations, have a good continuity plan with strategies to manage people, technology and cashflow.
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Tips for children with diabetes to avoid Coronavirus - children should keep washing their hands thoroughly, avoid unnecessary large gatherings, avoid touching their face, follow a healthy diet and exercise regularly.
 
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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DAILY NEWSLETTER
September 1, 2020
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Situation Update in Numbers
Total cases New cases New deaths
Global 25,510,000 ↑1.0% 234,035 ↑5.7% 3,990 ↑8.2%
US 6,030,000 ↑0.5% 33,850 ↓4.9% 529 ↑82.4%
UK 335,873 ↑0.4% 1,406 ↓18.0% 2 ↑100.0%
Australia 25,746 ↑0.3% 76 ↓38.2% 41 ↑272.7%
India 3,690,000 ↑1.9% 69,921 ↓10.9% 759 ↓21.8%
Data is for September 1, 2020. Growth% over previous day.  See complete list >
Latest COVID-19 News
Global:
Malaysia reports new Coronavirus cluster on a ship that travelled from Singapore.
Experts claim that Japan's plan of tripling Coronavirus tests is unlikely to improve fight against outbreak. 
Amidst fears of rising Covid-19 cases, European children return to school. 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel calls an attempt by Coronavirus protesters to storm parliament 'shameful'.
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US:
Even as weekly deaths see downward trend nationally, new Coronavirus cases rise in US Midwest. 
New Jersey and California allow restaurants to resume limited indoor dining.
US tops 6 million Covid-19 cases in seven months.
Top three US carriers - United, Delta Air Lines and American Airlines - are dumping change fees.
UK:
UK Universities urged to remain closed until Christmas to prevent a second wave of Covid-19.
Hundreds of poultry workers asked to self-isolate after Covid-19 outbreak at Banham factory.
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New Coronavirus cluster confirmed in Forth Valley and Glasgow.
Nicola Sturgeon concerned after 160 more test Covid-19 positive in Scotland.
India:
Indian economy contracts at fastest pace on record in second quarter.
India enters new phase of reopening with subway trains running for first time in months, despite surging cases. 
Former Indian President dies after testing postive for Coronavirus. 
JEE (Main) to start today with stringent Coronavirus precautions in place. 
Australia:
Australia's Josh Hazlewood concerned about Coronavirus outbreak at his IPL franchise in the UAE.
Only six Sydney rentals will be affordable for single unemployed people when Coronavirus supplement is cut.
Despite Labor's attacks on government's Coronavirus response, aged care minister does not consider resigning.
Almost 90% of Australians want a Covid-19 vaccine, but don't expect one in 2020. 
Science and Research Updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus
Study suggests that children tend to carry the Coronavirus in their respiratory tract for weeks.
Experts claim that when a Covid-19 vaccine is available, people might need two doses and not just one.
According to a new study, blood thinners can be helpful in reducing the death rate among Covid-19 patients.
Practical Tips on Staying Safe, Healthy and Productive
Avoid 'Business Email Compromise' fraud – be careful about what information you share online, avoid clicking on anything in an unsolicited email, look up actual phone numbers, examine the email address and URL for spelling errors.
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Health tips to boost your immunity during the pandemic - take a shower before you sleep, at more raw food, detoxify your body, eat in such a way that the stomach becomes empty within 2.5 hours.
 
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