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Recovered coronavirus patients are testing positive again. Can you get reinfected?

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In South Korea, health officials are trying to solve a mystery: why 163 people who recovered from coronavirus have retested positive.

US woman gives birth during car crash then can’t find the baby

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A frantic trip to the emergency room became even more chaotic for a Georgia family when a mother gave birth during a car crash – and they couldn’t find the newborn when the vehicle came to a rest.

Hong Kong police arrest pro-democracy media tycoon

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Hong Kong police arrested at least 14 veteran pro-democracy lawmakers, activists and a media tycoon on charges of joining unlawful protests last year calling for reforms.

Critics slam US states for planning to reopen ‘too soon’

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Some US governors have rolled out plans to begin lifting measures in place battling the spread of the coronavirus – but other officials say it’s still too early.

Italy’s daily coronavirus cases at nearly 3500

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Italy has announced almost 3500 new coronavirus cases, Spain has reached 20,000 deaths from the coronavirus, and the US and Canada have agreed to keep their border closed.

Trump properties furlough workers amid coronavirus pandemic

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Trump properties have collectively furloughed nearly 2000 employees across several states, as business around the country face forced closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Q&A Today: Coronavirus Stress

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Resident advice columnist Eileen Lenson answers your questions. In the Q&A Today she counsels a reader about dealing with coronavirus stress.

An Old Problem: How Immune Responses Weaken with Age

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The body’s defences lose flexibility and diversity over time, and protective responses to vaccines weaken as well. Scientists are working on ways to boost seniors’ protections against influenza, the novel coronavirus and other pathogens. As cases and deaths from the coronavirus pandemic rise, one trend remains consistent: The virus is deadliest for older adults. Eight […]

Magnitude 6.9 quake hits off islands south of Tokyo

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A strong earthquake shook a Japanese island chain in the Pacific Ocean south of Tokyo, but there was no danger of a tsunami and there were no reports of damage or injuries.

3D printing enthusiasts helping hospitals fight coronavirus

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An online community has become a mini-manufacturing hub for hospitals during the coronavirus outbreak.

Pressure rising to end lockdowns

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President Donald Trump is leading a global call to end COVID-19 lockdowns, while in Brazil hundreds have protested in the streets.

Rockets strike near Chinese oil site in Iraq in open ‘threat’

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Two rockets have struck near a Chinese oil facility south of Baghdad without causing any casualties.

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