Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Global Stats

Total Confirmed Cases:
34097980 (+36024)

Total Deaths:
1030335 (+698)

Total Recovered:
23529828 (+22163)

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Trending Coronavirus News in the World

The Iranian rial fell to a new low against the dollar on Thursday as the country’s economy continues to suffer from the coronavirus pandemic and US sanctions, data showed. The US dollar was selling for as much as 300,
Macy's (NYSE:M) reported results for its fiscal second quarter ended Aug. 1 that far outpaced expectations. That's not to say the results were good. Sales plunged 36% year over year due to store closures and depressed traffic in reopened locations,
The Motley Fool10/1/2020
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
NBC News10/1/2020
As coronavirus outbreaks among workers closed several Canadian meat plants, Henry Mizrahi saw a different future for Lesters Foods, the hot dog factory he runs in Montreal.
PERTH, Australia — Authorities are concerned by a COVID-19 outbreak aboard a cargo ship off Australia's northwest coast that has infected most of the crew.
Students in hundreds of New York City middle and high schools start in-person classes Thursday, as the system gears up for random testing for the new coronavirus.
Wall Street Journal10/1/2020
Gov. Kristi Noem, who has national political ambitions, says her state proves "you don't need lockdowns to be responsible and flatten the curve." Health experts and coronavirus survivors disagree.
President Trump has spent six months searching for a clear message that would erode Democrat Joe Biden’s lead in the polls. With less than five weeks left in the race, the Republican still hasn’t found an answer.
Wall Street Journal10/1/2020
While it's uncertain whether a full-fledged market crash is on the horizon, it's a good idea to prepare your investments for the worst just in case. And if you're concerned about losing money, there are three reasons why you might want to invest in ETFs rather than individual stocks.
USA Today10/1/2020
South Korean exports grew in September for the first time in seven months -- beating expectations and offering some positive recovery indicators for Asia's fourth-largest economy, according to government data Thursday.