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The actor says he was asymptomatic the whole time
'Now comes the difficult... stabilization phase after the reopening,' says Austrian Health Minister Rudolf Anschober
Emirates president Tim Clark says the airline had already cut a tenth of its staff and it 'will probably have to let go of a few more, probably up to 15%'
(UPDATED) The Islamic republic has been struggling to contain the virus, which has killed 12,635 people and infected 255,117
The Philippines also records 807 new recoveries, the most in a single day
No new deaths are recorded among overseas Filipinos with COVID-19
The inmates could be eligible for early release by the end of August – joining 10,000 prisoners already freed in similar initiatives since the start of the virus crisis, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says
The viral video contains several unproven conspiracy theories that were already debunked by fact checking organizations
Clearly, the Philippine government wasted the most precious commodity in a crisis: time
Most of them ended their study programs from April to June. Their student visas are expiring between June to August
Bangladesh health experts and virus sufferers say people are worried about the level of care they would receive in a public hospital, leaving beds empty
The sharp increase forces authorities to adapt existing hospitals and look for new spaces, like convention centers, to boost a health system with a range of problems including long waiting lists
The worst-hit country in the world by the pandemic, the United States records a total of 133,969 deaths out of 3.18 million cases
The fear of classroom contagion is shared by many parents, who suspect younger pupils will particularly struggle to socially distance or wear uncomfortable masks for hours to avoid getting COVID-19
In the face of an unseen enemy, communication down to the grassroots is key, according to the mayors of Odiongan, Romblon; Tabaco, Albay; Barugo, Leyte; Oras, Eastern Samar
Brazil's health ministry says there have been 45,000 new infections and 1,200 deaths over the last 24 hours, taking the totals to 1.8 million cases and 70,400 deaths
The World Health Organization urges countries grappling with coronavirus to step up control measures, saying it is still possible to rein it in, as some countries clamped fresh restrictions on citizens
The rally's postponement is a blow to Trump's efforts to return to his comfort zone – center stage on the campaign trail – and signal that life and business can begin getting back to normal after 4 months of crisis
The DLSUMC Facebook account says anesthesiologist Regina Uy-Alegado died due to COVID-19
The 'massive fiscal response' to the coronavirus pandemic leads to 'global public debt reaching its highest level in recorded history.' But the International Monetary Fund says the spending shouldn't be stopped too soon.
World Bank funds will be used to help mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Afghanistan's war-ravaged economy
While the International Energy Agency warns that the resurgence of the coronavirus in some regions is 'casting a shadow over the outlook,' it sees the oil market turning a corner
It is the first drug approved by Australian authorities to treat the virus and promised to reduce hospitalization time for coronavirus patients
Schools will close from Monday, July 13, bringing forward the start of the summer holidays after the city recorded an 'exponential growth' of locally transmitted cases in the past few days
Filipino professional football teams can now resume training as players prepare for a 'bubble' in Carmona
The Department of Health reports 1,233 new cases, marking the 8th consecutive day that over a thousand more cases are recorded
The Department of Health continues to stress it is essential that people follow health protocols like wearing a face mask, frequently washing hands, and practicing physical distancing
The Department of Health also says limited testing supplies and expanded testing protocol contributed to the backlog
Mandaon town's first coronavirus cases are a 4-year-old boy and a 29-year-old woman who traveled from Subic, Zambales. Both are asymptomatic.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian urges workers to consider the airline's voluntary exit program to 'minimize involuntary furloughs'
Manufacturing production in South Africa decreases by 49.4% in April 2020 compared with April 2019
Conspiracy rumors that the biosafety lab was involved in the outbreak swirled online for months before Trump and his Secretary of State Mike Pompeo brought the theory into the mainstream
Researchers in Italy find the virus in an at-term placenta, umbilical cord, the vagina of one woman, and in breast milk
Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto began his term by cleaning up the local government’s procurement process and auditing its assets. When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the city had money to help every household, and then some.
Anez becomes the second South American president in a matter of days to contract the coronavirus, after Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro announced his positive result on Tuesday
The country, the hardest-hit in the world by the pandemic, has a total caseload of more than 3.1 million, with 133,195 deaths
The citizen/texter must report those without a face mask, wandering senior citizens, those without quarantine passes, and other related violations
Most of those seeking assistance are jobless overseas Filipino workers affected by the coronavirus pandemic
The United Nations foresees a 7% rise in Latin America's poverty rate in 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic hits the region's most vulnerable populations
The Dow and S&P 500 finish firmly lower on Thursday, July 9. Bourses in London, Paris, and Frankfurt also retreat.
The pace of layoffs in the United States continues to slow down, but the level remains far higher than any pre-pandemic week
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants Britain to 'build, build, build' its way out of the virus-induced downturn with infrastructure investment
Some 455 police personnel have recovered, while 9 succumbed to the disease
Pharmacy giant Boots is cutting more than 4,000 jobs, while the John Lewis department store chain is slashing 1,300 positions
Osmeña, who most recently served two terms as mayor of Toledo City in Cebu, is now at home after being confined in a hospital for 20 days
'This will not go on forever. We will come out stronger,' says AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes
German exports climb 9% to 80.3 billion euros ($91 billion) in May 2020, a month after suffering their biggest plunge since records began
Ano ang mga kontrobersiyang hinaharap ng Department of Health sa gitna ng coronavirus pandemic?
Top chocolate manufacturer Barry Callebaut says coronavirus lockdowns across the globe hurt its sales in March-May 2020