Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Global Stats

Total Confirmed Cases:
99112965 (+64370)

Total Deaths:
2137277 (+1363)

Total Recovered:
59212325 (+71803)

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Trending Coronavirus News in the World

After a year unlike any other, Budweiser has decided to forego their Super Bowl ad for the first time in 37 years. Instead, they are reallocating that media investment
President Biden is preparing to sign new restrictions on international travelers, including a ban on travelers from South Africa where a dangerous new strain of COVID-19 is spreading fast. Also, a growing number of Republican senators say they oppose holding an impeachment trial against former President Trump.
CBS News1/25/2021
Eleven others were rescued a day earlier after being trapped underground for two weeks at the mine in Shandong province. One person was still missing.
USA Today1/25/2021
Not even locking couples up and obliterating their social calendars could convince more Americans to have babies, as our quarantine-inspired baby boom has failed to materialize.
NBC Washington1/25/2021
Several vaccination providers have been forced to cancel appointments because of delayed delivery of doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. What happens if your second dose is delayed?
WSB Radio1/25/2021
Merck, one of the world’s leading vaccine makers, is ending its Covid-19 vaccine development after its two candidates failed to elicit immune responses as strong as those seen from shots that are already available.
The Financial Times1/25/2021
Legislators are again considering major tax legislation, specifically slashing income taxes. Here is what you need to know.
The Topeka Capital-Journal1/25/2021
President Joe Biden is expected on Monday to maintain coronavirus travel restrictions for non-U.S. citizens coming from Brazil, Britain, Ireland and most of Europe, nixing an order from former President Donald Trump.
Nearly 30 percent of Americans surveyed in a new poll name their governmental leaders as their top concern, up from 20 percent in December and surpassing the coronavirus.
The Hill1/25/2021
The world economy won’t be able to fully repair last year’s damage to employment in 2021 after the Covid-19 pandemic wiped out the equivalent of 255 million jobs, according to the International Labour Organization.