South Korea witnessed its own version of the Nizamuddin tragedy a month ago 

The super-spreader attended Sunday prayers at the church's Daaegu building and came in contact with thousands of followers.

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China lockdown may have blocked 700,000 virus cases: Researchers

By day 50 of the epidemic, February 19, there were 30,000 confirmed cases in China, said Oxford fellow Christopher Dye, one of the paper's authors.

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The floating hospitals!: Everything you to want to know about USNS Mercy and Comfort

 The two floating hospital ships arrived in New York Harbour and docked on Manhattan's West Side.

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Doctor who met Russian President Putin last week diagnosed with coronavirus

Meanwhile, the Kremlin has said that Putin is being tested regularly for the deadly virus which has spread to over 200 countries now.

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Top 10 world news today: Global COVID-19 cases, Spain sees record 849 deaths and more

Here are top stories that made rounds in the world arena today

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Could a coronavirus vaccine be ready by the beginning of 2021? A major company claims so!

To reach the time-period goal, J&J has begun manufacturing already

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Antarctica records its first-ever heatwave!

Heat waves refer to three consecutive days of very high maximum and lowest minimum temperatures recorded at a particular place

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Chinese researchers in Wuhan collect bat samples to devise coronavirus cure

According to reports, a Chinese researcher in Wuhan Tian Junhua has been leading the study of bats in the area

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Florida pastor arrested for ignoring coronavirus quarantine, holding services

Pastor Ronald Howard-Browne, 58, was arrested for unlawful assembly and violating quarantine orders while holding two services on Sunday in the eastern Florida city of Tampa, prison records show…

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Despite a surge in demand, US is refusing to take alternative masks to N95 respirators

The only lacunae with KN95 masks, however, are — despite complying with norms — they are Chinese in origin and that they have not been certified by the US government.

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Amazon workers stage walkout demanding better protective measures against killer virus in NYC

Almost 50 - 60 per cent of Amazon employees recently staged a walkout in the borough of Staten Island

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Facebook pledges $100 million to support news outlets suffering due to COVID-19 pandemic

Zuckerberg has pledged help to local news outlets, and has promised an additional $25 million through the Facebook Journalism Project

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California reaches out to retired healthcare workers as coronavirus hospitalisations double in four days

The state of California alone witnessed a 100 per cent increase in hospitalisations

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Local Iraqi bodies refuse to bury victims of COVID-19 as mass-hysteria about potential infection spreads

Many cemetery workers fear that they may contract the respiratory illness from the corpses

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Can India and China become possible exceptions in face of global recession stemming out of coronavirus lockdown?

India reported 1,251 confirmed coronavirus cases by Monday evening, up 227 from the previous day, its steepest single-day rise.

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