In this segment, Ugwire Media Networks highlights all the latest Coronavirus live briefings today making the headlines worldwide.
Latest Coronavirus World Live Briefings Right Now or Today
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Coronavirus Latest Briefings From Affected Countries, 19TH APRIL
- Over 2.25 million coronavirus cases registered worldwide (AFP tally).
- British veteran ‘Captain Tom’ to be honoured at opening of coronavirus hospital.
- Number of hospitalized people in France down to 30,000, fourth consecutive day.l of decline.
- Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez to seek extension of lockdown to May 9th 2020.
- Sudan’s capital kingdom put under a 3 weeks lockdown following striking increase in coronavirus new cases.
- Turkey overtakes Iran on the number of coronavirus cases in Middle East.
- Thailand reports 32 new coronavirus cases with no new deaths, Saturday 18th April.
- US records 1,891 coronavirus deaths in past 24hrs.
- US states of Texas and Vermont will allow certain businesses to open on Monday (Donald Trump).
Coronavirus Latest Briefings From Affected Countries, 17TH APRIL
- Tour de France moved to August 24th due to Coronavirus unrest across the country.
- More than 1 million cases reported in Europe (AFP tally).
- One-third of French aircraft carrier sailors test positive for Coronavirus disease.
- French government spokeswoman says France regrets Donald Trump’s decision to cut funding for WHO (World Health Organization).
- Donald Trump threatens to adjourn U.S. Congress to push through nominations.
- German schools to begin reopening from May 4th 2020, says Angela Merkel.
- Italy’s Coronavirus death toll climbs by 578, as new cases continue to slow.
- Spain’s daily virus toll continue to fall on daily basis.
- Belgium virus lock-down prolonged until May 3rd 2020 (official).
- Iran’s Coronavirus death toll rise to 4,788 (Health officials). And finally,
- Australia says Coronavirus restrictions to continue for at least four more weeks.