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US official warns 'window is closing' as coronavirus cases surge

  • US official warns window is closing as coronavirus cases surge

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    Across the world, half a million people have now died from coronavirus (COVID-19) and more than 10 million have been infected.
    A quarter of all those infections and deaths are in the United States, which is - by far - the worst-hit country.
    With a sharp spike in infections recorded in southern and western states, the US health secretary is warning time is running out to contain the virus.

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  • Azar: window closing’ to halt US coronavirus spread as Pence urges people to wear masks

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    As confirmed coronavirus cases in the US surpass 2.5m, US health secretary Alex Azar warns 'the window is closing' on halting its spread. The US has suffered a recent surge in infections, with states across the west and south among the hardest hit. Speaking in Texas, the vice president Mike Pence says wearing mask is 'a good idea' when social distancing cannot be maintained, and also notes there is a spike in cases among younger Americans

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  • Global coronavirus cases top 10 million with big U.S. surge

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    This weekend, the world passed 10 million recorded cases of COVID-19, but while many hard-hit countries are showing clear progress in getting the virus under control, the U.S. is seeing massive spikes in new infections.

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  • Coronavirus: Will Florida become the next U.S. COVID-19 epicentre?

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    New cases of COVID-19 continue to surge across the U.S., with over 30 states seeing an increase in new cases.

    There are concerns Florida could become the country's next epicentre.

    As Jennifer Johnson reports, at least 12 states are now rolling back their next steps in reopening.

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  • Doctor on U.S. coronavirus surge and whats needed to contain it

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    As cases continue to rise across the country, Dr. Jon LaPook joins CBS This Morning to discuss what actions are needed to get the coronavirus under control.

  • Coronavirus cases in the United States just surpassed 2.5 million infections

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    The U.S. on Friday reported 45,255 additional coronavirus cases, a record-high number of new daily cases that brought the total cases past 2.5 million across the country. States hit the hardest include Texas, Arizona, Florida, California and Nevada. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar warned Sunday that time was running out for the U.S. to curb the spread of coronavirus as cases rise across the country, particularly in the American South and West. For more coronavirus live updates:


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  • HHS secretary warns window closing to stop COVID-19 l GMA

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    Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar speaks out on GMA about the Trump administration’s plan to get the coronavirus under control in the U.S.

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  • Coronavirus: The worst is yet to come as COVID-19 cases surge: World Health Organization

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    New COVID-19 cases are surging in the U.S. as WHO warns 'the worst is yet to come'. Yahoo Finance’s On The Move panel discusses.
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  • Covid-19 cases rise in large US states

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    US officials roll back loosening restrictions as coronavirus cases in Florida reached record levels a day earlier.
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  • Healthcare industry analyst on the surge in U.S. COVID-19 cases

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    Kate Tulenko, CEO of Corvus Health, talked about the surge in COVID-19 cases in the U.S.

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  • U.S. seeing rise in COVID-19 cases, only 2 states reporting decline

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    With the global COVID-19 numbers surpassing 10-million over the weekend,... the number of infections in the United States is still spiking.
    Only two states Connecticut and Rhode Island reporting a decline in new cases compared to last week.
    Twelve were stable.
    Of the 36 reporting rises, Florida reported over 18-thousand new cases this weekend alone,... a number which rivals those of New York's peak in early April.
    New York reported the lowest number of deaths since March 15,... with 5,... while hospitalizations were below 900.
    The latest surge has led at least 12 states halting or rolling back their reopening plans.

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  • US Officials, Lawmakers Confront Spike in Coronavirus Cases

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    Not since March has the United States seen a surge like the numbers reported in June

  • Dozen of states pausing reopening phases amid surge in coronavirus cases

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    At least a dozen states are pausing their next phase of reopening as infections surge. This comes as testing centers in hard hit areas are being overwhelmed and emergency services in cities like Houston are taxed to the limit. Janet Shamlian has the latest.

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  • US: Florida beaches announce closures as COVID-19 cases rise

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    US: Florida beaches announce closures as COVID-19 cases rise

    Officials are announcing more beaches will be closing again to avoid further spread of the new coronavirus.

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  • Ariz. doctor: hospitals seeing massive virus surge

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    (24 Jun 2020) An Arizona doctor is warning that a massive surge in COVID-19 patients threatens to overwhelm hospitals in his state.
    Dr. Matt Heinz, a physician at the Tucson Medical Center, believes relaxed restrictions and failure to wear masks led to a record number of cases.
    We're very close to overwhelming our hospitals in terms of the number of beds and also the number of ICU beds. That's not a good place to be at all. And we're not the only state in this position, he said.
    Heinz, who is running for a seat on the Pima County Board of Supervisors and previously served in the state Legislature, said the state may need to shut down businesses and workplaces to slow down the spread of coronavirus.
    We still absolutely have to bring this curve down and get it to flatten and then go the other direction, so we can make sure that to have adequate hospital space to care for everybody in the community who needs care, he said.
    Arizona is one of several states reporting a surge in COVID-19 cases, prompting administrators and health experts to warn that politicians and a tired-of-being-cooped-up public are letting a disaster unfold.
    The U.S. recorded a one-day total of 34,700 new COVID-19 cases, the highest level since late April, when the number peaked at 36,400, according to the count kept by Johns Hopkins University.
    While newly confirmed infections have been declining steadily in early hot spots such as New York and New Jersey, several other states set single-day records this week, including Arizona, California, Mississippi, Nevada, Texas and Oklahoma.
    Arizona on Tuesday reported 79 additional deaths from COVID-19, but health officials said two-thirds of the increase resulted from analysis of deaths not previously attributed to COVID-19.
    The Department of Health Services on Tuesday had reported additional 42 deaths.
    Department spokesman Chris Minnick said 53 of the additional deaths reported Wednesday were identified as caused by COVID-19 through analysis of an accumulation of death certificates. The last such analysis of an accumulation of death certificates occurred in May, he said.
    The department on Wednesday reported 1,795 additional cases, raising Arizona's total to 59,974. The increase was smaller than those reported on other recent days, including a record 3,591 Tuesday.
    The department reported 2,270 people were hospitalized Tuesday because of COVID-19, up from 2,136 Monday.
    The number of COVID-19 patients in intensive care beds dropped to 581 Tuesday from a record 614 Monday.
    Arizona has emerged as a hotspot since Gov. Doug Ducey lifted stay-home orders in May.
    For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks. But for some — especially older adults and people with existing health problems — it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia and death.

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  • Coronavirus Hospitalizations Surge In Arizona, Texas As Cases Increase Nationwide | TODAY

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    Hospitals in Phoenix, Arizona, are seeing a record number of coronavirus patients as cases continue to spike in the South and West, led by a dramatic increase in young people. In other TODAY news stories, protesters attempted to tear down a statue of Andrew Jackson near the White House. See all the top TODAY news in one video.
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  • US coronavirus cases surpass 2.8 million mark

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    Professor of Biological Sciences at Texas A&M University Benjamin Neuman reacts to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey that suggests the number of coronavirus cases could be as many as 24 times higher than reported.

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  • Coronavirus News: The latest on the covid-19 outbreak - 4/16

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    The rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak continues to upend life around the world as more countries tighten quarantine measures. President Trump has downplayed the dangers of the pandemic, pressing that some Americans could return to work despite the advice of health experts. More than 600,000 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the United States, which leads the world in number of cases.

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  • Coronavirus in US acting unlike previous disease outbreaks

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    The death toll from Covid-19 in the United States was nearing 120,000 on Monday, with 2.4 million of the country’s 330 million inhabitants diagnosed with the virus. Half of fifty states have witnessed a new spike in the virus, with some southern states including Texas and Florida seeing record case numbers. FRANCE 24 health editor Julia Sieger says scientists now agree the new coronavirus is acting unlike any coronavirus seen in the past.

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  • Texas hospital CEO on the states spike in Covid-19 cases

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    Texas is one of the states reporting a spike in cases, particularly Houston, leading some to worry about whether hospitals have the capacity to deal with the rising numbers. Dr. Marc Boom, CEO of Houston Methodist Hospital, joins Squawk Box to discuss.

    The CEO of a Houston-area hospital system told CNBC on Monday that Texas’ spike in coronavirus cases is impacting a greater number of people under 50 than earlier in the pandemic.

    “We are definitely seeing this affect young people, and they’re getting quite ill,” Houston Methodist CEO Dr. Marc Boom said on “Squawk Box.” “So we really need everybody to do their part.”

    About 60% of the Covid-19 patients currently in the eight-hospital system are under the age of 50, Boom said. “It has completely flipped” from the earlier stages of the crisis, when about 40% were under 50, he added.

    Previously, about 1 in 5 people in intensive care unit beds were under 50. Now, he said it is almost 1 in 3.

    Boom’s comments come as Texas and other states across the U.S. such as Arizona and California experience a growth in Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations. Harris County, Texas, which includes much of Houston, went to a red alert last week.

    Health officials have been warning that a larger number of young people are becoming sick, possibly as a result of going to bars and other similarly crowded venues that were able to reopen after strict business restrictions.

    Last week, in response to the increased cases, Gov. Greg Abbott in Texas and Gov. Ron DeSantis in Florida closed down bars in their respective states. California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday took similar steps, shuttering bars in some of the state’s counties, including Los Angeles.

    Young people are considered to be at less risk of severe illness from Covid-19 compared with older adults and people who have underlying medical conditions. But while this recent resurgence of the virus appears to be hitting younger adults more significantly, health experts warn it could have broad consequences.

    “The concern is, though, that you had so much infection at a community level in these states now that it is going to eventually seep back into older populations that are more susceptible to the virus and you’re going to see death rates go back up,” Dr. Scott Gottlieb, a former Food and Drug Administration commissioner, told CNBC on Friday.

    Boom said another difference among Covid-19 patients at Houston Methodist’s hospitals is that fewer are needing to go to an ICU bed. “Even though we have about 200 more patients in-house, about double, we only have about three or four more people in the ICU, so that’s encouraging.”

    As of now, according to Boom, Houston Methodist has the necessary capacity to handle the Covid-19 outbreak, echoing similar comments Friday on CNBC from Dr. David Callender, CEO of Memorial Hermann Health System in Houston.

    However, the virus has not yet been contained in the Houston area, Boom stressed, saying it is “spreading rapidly.”

    “We’re OK right now for space. But of course, we need to get this virus under control or that can’t go on forever, obviously,” he said.

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  • Trump campaign cancels some events after administration signals COVID-19 concern | EWTN News Nightly

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    President Donald Trump's Secretary of Health and Human Services issues a dire warning about the spread of coronavirus. Alex Azar says, This is a very, very serious situation and the window is closing for us to take action and get the situation under control. Johns Hopkins University says the pandemic has claimed more than half-a-million lives across the globe, and more than a quarter of that total comes from the United States. Tracy Sabol reports for EWTN News Nightly.

  • Another record for COVID in Georgia | Heres whats happening right now

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    While testing is up, hospitalizations are also trending up and they have returned to a level that we haven't seen since May.

  • Coronavirus pandemic is ‘not even close to being over,’ WHO says

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    World Health Organization (WHO) director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stated on Monday that although some countries have made progress in fighting COVID-19, globally, “the pandemic is actually speeding up.”

    He said that most people remain susceptible, and “the hard reality” is that the pandemic is “not even close to being over.”

    Tedros also said that amid the COVID-19 pandemic, “What matters at the end of the day is what we do good for the people,” and pleaded for national unity among political parties and across ideologies, asking to “quarantine COVID politics.”

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  • Tacoma mayor talks Washington coronavirus surge

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    Mayor Victoria Woodards discussed how her city is responding the surge in coronavirus cases.

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  • World Health Organisation warns nations to prepare for a pandemic as coronavirus cases increase

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    Infections and deaths outside the virus epicentre of China are mounting.

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  • Brazil continues reopening amid surge in cases

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    (18 Jun 2020) Dozens of people wearing masks and trying to keep a safe distance waited in line outside the popular Madureira Market in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday.
    Brazil is continuing with its plan to ease restrictive measures applied to slow the coronavirus pandemic, with Rio's city hall authorizing Madureira and other markets to open their doors once more.
    Workers carried out temperature checks and distributed sanitizer to customers arriving at the shops.
    Elaine Oliveira, a 32-year-old baker, said she welcomed the market's reopening but remarked it was important to take care to avoid going back to a more severe quarantine when only essential services were working.
    Brazil registered a further 26,000 virus cases on Wednesday, taking the national case toll beyond 955,000, including more than 46,000 deaths.
    While more people return to Rio's streets and beaches, Euclides Bitencourt, a 61-year-old artist who makes his living building sand sculptures on Copacabana beach, created an artwork featuring the faces of COVID-19 victims to raise awareness of the deadly impact of the pandemic on so many families.
    Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been criticised for his dealing with the pandemic having called COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, a 'little flu' and rejecting the containment measures applied by governors and mayors.

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  • Health experts say spike in COVID-19 cases in Arizona due to increased community transition

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    In a one month period, hospitalizations due to #COVID19 rose from 800 to more than 2,000 in #Arizona.

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  • The National for Sunday, June 28 — Coronavirus surges in U.S.; How Japan succeeded

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  • Dr. Anthony Fauci testifies before Congress on state of pandemic

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    Dr. Anthony Fauci and other top health officials will testify before Congress Tuesday on the state of the coronavirus pandemic, two days after Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar warned that the window is closing for the United States to get the situation under control.

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    Fauci, the top infectious disease expert at the National Institutes of Health, has repeatedly urged states to follow federal guidelines for reopening, including in his last appearance before the Senate health committee when he warned in May that failure to do so would led to some suffering and death that could be avoided.

    Today, half the country is struggling to manage rising COVID-19 cases.

    A number of states paused their reopening plans last week as the U.S. set records for the number of new cases in one day. Texas closed bars and limited restaurant capacity, while Florida banned drinking at bars.

    Experts say states that don’t manage their case counts risk overwhelming the health care system again and infecting neighboring states that have already flattened the curve.

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  • Brazil COVID-19: Protests over Bolsonaros handling of outbreak

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    Groups of protesters in more than 20 countries and in Brazil’s main cities have called for the resignation of President Jair Bolsonaro, saying he is a threat to democracy.
    The protesters called their international day of protest “Stop Bolsonaro”.
    They criticized his erratic response to the coronavirus pandemic and what they see as threats against democracy.

    Al Jazeera’s Alessandro Rampietti reports from the Colombian capital, Bogota.

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  • HHS Secretary Azar: The Window Is Closing To Stop Virus Spread | Meet The Press | NBC News

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    Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar tells Chuck Todd that the Federal government has the tools to stop the spread of COVID-19, despite surges in infection rates, during an interview with Meet the Press.
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  • SANTACO warns of national shutdown

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    Lets head to Pretoria now where our reporter Ofentse Setimo is monitoring the situation in Marabastad.

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  • Argentina extends lockdown amid rise in COVID-19 cases in capital

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    Argentina has extended its coronavirus restrictions for Buenos Aires and surrounding regions.
    Rules that were due to end on Sunday will now stay in place until at least July 17.
    That is putting more pressure on businesses that are barely scraping by.
    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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  • COVID-19: Thousands of foreign workers stranded in Chile

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    In Chile, thousands of foreign fruit pickers are stranded because their savings have gone and borders remain closed.
    Many are from Bolivia, which does not have full diplomatic ties because of a long-running territorial dispute with its neighbour.
    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Santiago.

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  • Latin America outbreak: COVID-19 inflicts stark economic losses

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    In Latin America, countries still experiencing major outbreaks are imposing tougher lockdowns, others are beginning to lift them.
    Across the continent, all are facing heavy economic losses from the pandemic.

    Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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  • Pence, Texas Gov. Abbot Hold Briefing On Coronavirus Case Surge | NBC News

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  • COVID-19: Tens of thousands of migrants stranded across Africa

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    The global pandemic has left tens of thousands of migrants in limbo across Africa.
    In Kenya, many people have been stranded without work, waiting for coronavirus restrictions to be lifted.
    The International Organization for Migration is calling on governments to organise humanitarian flights to get them home.
    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Nairobi in the second part of our series on people stranded by COVID-19.

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  • HHS Secretary Alex Azar on coronavirus surge and why the window to contain the virus is closing

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    HHS Secretary Alex Azar joins CBS This Morning to discuss how the Trump administration is working to contain the coronavirus after Southern states see cases surge.

  • Surge in COVID-19 cases across country, Georgia

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    The Dept. of Public Health announced 2,225 new cases on Sunday.

  • WHO: Coronavirus Pandemic Not Even Close to Being Over as Deaths Pass 500,000

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    WHO’s Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Monday that international unity is required to end the Covid-19 pandemic. Deaths from the virus surpassed 500,000 worldwide and confirmed cases exceeded 10 million as the WHO reported the most infections in a single day. New clusters around the world indicate that the pandemic is far from over.

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    A surge in coronavirus cases and deaths in Iran is raising concern because the outbreak can’t be traced directly back to China, the head of the World Health Organization said. #ChinaVirus #Coronavirus #CoronavirusOutbreak #IranCoronavirus

    The cases, which suggest rapid spread in a country outside of the epidemic’s center in China, are “very worrisome,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters Friday at a press briefing in Geneva. The window of opportunity to stop the spread in countries outside the place where it began is “really narrowing,” he said. “This outbreak could go in any direction.”

    In Iran, there have been 18 cases and four deaths in just the past two days, Tedros said. One case was also reported Friday in Lebanon that was directly linked to Iran. Health experts are racing to limit new cases outside China, where severe quarantine measures are in place.

    Tedros said the WHO is getting information from Iranian authorities, “but we have to engage them even more.”

    “The concern is that we’re seeing a very rapid increase in a matter of days,” said Sylvie Briand, director of global infectious hazard preparedness at the WHO.

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  • Herd Immunity To Coronavirus Is Still A Long Way Off In US, Experts Say | TODAY

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    Experts says that according to official reports, about five to seven percent of the U.S. population has had COVID-19. But we need to get to 50 to 70 percent of the population having had COVID before we get to herd immunity, reports NBC’s Tom Costello reports TODAY.
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  • Coronavirus: South Korea raises alert level to highest

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    South Korea has raised its disease alert to the highest level after a surge in coronavirus infections and two more deaths, while Chinese state media warned the outbreak had yet to reach a turning point despite some signs of easing.
    South Korea's president said on Sunday he was putting the country on red alert due to the rapid rise in new cases, which are largely being traced back to church services. Health officials reported 169 new infections, bringing the total to 602, having doubled from Friday to Saturday.
    The escalation in the alert level allows the government to send extra resources to Daegu city and Cheongdo county, which were designated special care zones on Friday.
    South Korea's Yonhap News Agency said it also enables the government to forcibly prevent public activities and order the temporary closure of schools, though the government gave no immediate details on what steps could be taken.
    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Cheongdo county.

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  • Mourning in the time of COVID-19 | Between Us

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    Adrian Brown has been covering the COVID-19 pandemic in Hong Kong since the beginning of the outbreak. But the story really hit home when his father died in the United Kingdom and Brown suddenly found himself forced into the same reality so many others have faced - grieving from a distance.

    In the latest episode of Between Us, Adrian Brown shares his experience mourning his father during the pandemic.

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  • Hard-hit U.S. states re-impose lockdown measures

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    Ahead of the 4th of July holiday weekend, the governors of hard-hit states California, Arizona, and Florida urged residents to avoid large gatherings, as they re-imposed some lockdown measures on Wednesday.

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  • Alarming spikes of coronavirus cases in some Southern states

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    Southern states reported record numbers of coronavirus cases over the weekend, as the U.S. surpasses 2.5 million confirmed cases nationwide. Yahoo Finance’s Kristin Myers and Zack Guzman discuss.
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  • Early voting starts in Texas amid concerns of spreading coronavirus cases

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    Texas election administrators say the July primary runoff, with distancing and cleaning, will serve as training for a potentially historic November turnout.

  • U.S. sees record number of new cases in single day

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    The U.S. is reporting a new record daily high in coronavirus cases. For the first time in several weeks, the White House coronavirus task force gave a public briefing. CGTN's Nathan King has the details.

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  • Coronavirus in Wisconsin: 315 new cases

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    Wisconsin reported at elast 315 new coronavirus cases Monday.

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  • Hundreds line outside KCHD to get tested for coronavirus as case counts hit new records

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    The director of the Knox County Health Department said wait times have stretched to an hour or more.

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