2 May 2020
The Lagos State Ministry of Health, on Saturday, announced another four COVID-19 related deaths, as the number of confirmed cases in the state jumped to 1,022.
1 May 2020
Singapore is moving migrant workers who have recovered from the coronavirus on to two cruise ships as part of efforts to reduce the spread of the disease within the workers' dormitories,
19 Apr 2020
The coronavirus death toll in the United States climbed by 1,891 in the past 24 hours to reach 38,664 on Saturday, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.
14 Apr 2020
France on Tuesday reported 762 more COVID-19 deaths in hospitals and nursing homes, bringing its total toll from the epidemic to 15,729. The number of confirmed cases in France now exceeds 100,000, health official Jerome Salomon told reporters
13 Apr 2020
Iran's health ministry on Monday reported another 111 deaths from the novel coronavirus, taking the official overall toll in the worst-hit Middle East country to 4,585.
30 Mar 2020
More than 35,000 people have died worldwide from the coronavirus pandemic since it emerged late last year in China, most of them in Europe, according to an AFP tally
29 Mar 2020
Spain confirmed another 838 deaths in 24 hours from coronavirus on Sunday, a new daily record bringing the total number of deaths to 6,528, according to health ministry
27 Mar 2020
France on Friday reported that 299 more people had died in hospital from the coronavirus epidemic over the last 24 hours, bringing the total death toll
15 Mar 2020
Italy on Sunday reported a one-day record death toll and leaders warned of a bed and artificial respirator shortage in the European epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic
27 Feb 2020
Lawmakers who paid tributes to the late Senator Longjan Ignatius Datong at the National Assembly yesterday expressed concerns over the constant deaths in both chambers.
22 Feb 2020
Iran on Saturday reported one more death among 10 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of deaths in the Islamic republic to five and infections to 28.
17 Feb 2020
Cameroon's army on Monday denied opposition charges that it had massacred villagers in a troubled anglophone region, blaming instead an "unfortunate accident" caused by an explosion