‘Completely unfathomable’: US coronavirus death toll hits 200,000 At least 15 dead, 25 feared trapped in building collap…

‘Completely unfathomable’: US coronavirus death toll hits 200,000
        At least 15 dead, 25 feared trapped in building collap… posted on AEDT September 27, 2020, 7:07 am

AEDT September 27, 2020, 7:07 am

Coronavirus-related fatalities have exceeded 200,000 in the US.
Operations are underway to rescue up to 25 people feared trapped in a collapsed building in the Indian city of Bhiwandi.
The Taj Mahal is open once more to visitors after a six-month closure due to coronavirus, with visitors seeming unperturbed by any health dangers.
Some European countries have registered record high daily coronavirus infection numbers, with many cities tightening restrictions.
India‘s total coronavirus caseload is expected to surpass the United States’ tally of more than 6.6 million cases within weeks.
India‘s caseload has soared from four to five million in just 10 days, and is expected to pass the United States’ highest tally of more than 6.6 million cases…
On 11 March, the World Health Organisation declared the deadly coronavirus a pandemic. Six months on the world is a very different place.
India has recorded more than 4.2 million coronavirus infections, but experts have warned real case numbers are likely far higher.
India‘s caseload has soared from three to four million in just 13 days, faster than the US and Brazil.
India has accused China of seeking to cross their unofficial border in the Ladakh region late on Saturday, while China countered that Indian troops tried their…
Former India president Pranab Mukherjee has died after being diagnosed with coronavirus.
India has set the record for the highest single-day rise in cases as the country prepares to ease restrictions.
The Democratic vice-presidential pick gained part of her foundation from her mother’s side of the family, which defied stereotypes in India and promoted equality…
India has surpassed the UK to become the country with the fourth-highest number of deaths linked to COVID-19.
First, she was the first Black female attorney general of California, then the first woman of South Asian heritage elected to the US Senate.

Comments

0

Please Login to comment

Share & Care

Join thousands of others on indianinfo - make connections, find homes, sell your stuff, and more.

Add a listing