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White House Projects Jump up to 2,40,000 in Coronavirus Deaths

“It’s absolutely critical for the American people to follow the guidelines for the next 30 days. It’s a matter of life and death,” Trump said.

Coronavirus Daily Updates: India Recorded 386 New Cases in Past 24 Hours

Important updates through the day about the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the new coronavirus, around the world, its consequences for living, healthcare and productivity, and the global response.

The Pandemic Is No Reason to Crack Down on Abortion Rights

Texas and Ohio have ordered a stop to abortions, saying they are not essential medical services.

The Overlooked Frontline in the COVID-19 Crisis – Allied Health Professionals

Allied health professionals are a diverse group of people who play critical roles in many ‘smaller’ places that often form a hospital’s backbone.

China Starts to Report Asymptomatic Coronavirus Cases

There are concerns that the end of lockdowns in China will see thousands of infectious people move back into daily life without knowing they carry the virus.

Questions Remain About How Delhi’s Nizamuddin Became a Coronavirus Hotspot

The media is using the COVID-19 outbreak at the Tablighi Jamaat headquarters to polarise people on religious grounds instead of debating the weakness of India’s public health management system.

Slim Pickings for Strays and Pets During COVID-19 Lockdown

With India well into week two of a 21-day lockdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus disease, animal activists continue highlighting its impact on stray animals.

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What Happens to the Climate Change and Biodiversity Talks of 2020?

Most scheduled events have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Philip W. Anderson, a More as Well as Different Physicist

The famous exponent of condensed-matter physics and Nobel laureate passed away at the age of 96 on March 29, in Princeton, New Jersey.

Watch | Coronavirus Updates, March 31: How Did Nizamuddin Become A ‘Hotspot’?

Daily updates from the world of medicine, healthcare, administration and people, as the world grapples with a pandemic.

Antarctica Experiences First Known Heat Wave

Scientists say they have recorded the continent’s first heatwave after a spike in temperatures in late January.

Indian Scientists Issue Statement on Pandemic, Call for ‘Cooperation’, ‘Humanity’

“During this lockdown we request the government to keep those research laboratories operational which are working at the forefront of finding a cure or managing the disease,” they write.