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Spain could be seeing start of coronavirus decline, mulls easing restrictions: PM

Spain could be seeing start of coronavirus decline, mulls easing restrictions: PM

Spaniards might be seeing the beginning of the decline of the coronavirus pandemic after new reported infections and deaths have gone down after a two-day uptick.
Spain could be seeing start of coronavirus decline, mulls easing restrictions: PM

Spain could be seeing start of coronavirus decline, mulls easing restrictions: PM

Spaniards might be seeing the beginning of the decline of the coronavirus pandemic after new reported infections and deaths have gone down after a two-day uptick.

Massachusetts town enforcing one-way sidewalks to ensure social distancing amid coronavirus fight

A town near Boston is making sure its residents are practicing correct social distancing during the nation’s fight against the coronavirus by enforcing one-way sidewalks.
Who is John Bel Edwards? Here are 4 things to know about Louisiana’s governor

Who is John Bel Edwards? Here are 4 things to know about Louisiana’s governor

Here is what you need to know about Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards.
Mexican president claims rivals would take over if he self-isolated, as experts decry coronavirus response

Mexican president claims rivals would take over if he self-isolated, as experts decry coronavirus response

Mexico President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has remained steadfast against sweeping restriction measures that could help the spread of the coronavirus in his country.
Mexican president claims rivals would take over if he self-isolated, as experts decry coronavirus response

Mexican president claims rivals would take over if he self-isolated, as experts decry coronavirus response

Mexico President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has remained steadfast against sweeping restriction measures that could help the spread of the coronavirus in his country.
Bolsonaro balks against more coronavirus protections as cases in Brazil near 5,000

Bolsonaro balks against more coronavirus protections as cases in Brazil near 5,000

Brazil’s president has continued to refuse to extend his country’s protections​​​​​​​ against the novel coronavirus, claiming more quarantine measures would destroy more jobs and impact the poor
Bolsonaro balks against more coronavirus protections as cases in Brazil near 5,000

Bolsonaro balks against more coronavirus protections as cases in Brazil near 5,000

Brazil’s president has continued to refuse to extend his country’s protections​​​​​​​ against the novel coronavirus, claiming more quarantine measures would destroy more jobs and impact the poor
Florida sees sharp spike in coronavirus infections as fears grow it could be another hotspot

Florida sees sharp spike in coronavirus infections as fears grow it could be another hotspot

Fears are growing in Florida that it could be another coronavirus hotspot after seeing a sharp increase in infections in the last 24 hours and nearly two dozen more deaths.

Florida sees sharp spike in coronavirus infections as fears grow it could be another hotspot

Fears are growing in Florida that it could be another coronavirus hotspot after seeing a sharp increase in infections in the last 24 hours and nearly two dozen more deaths.
US Catholic bishops ease Lent obligations on eating meat amid coronavirus

US Catholic bishops ease Lent obligations on eating meat amid coronavirus

Some Catholic bishops in the United States are easing the obligations of faithful for the last remaining Fridays during Lent amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

US Catholic bishops ease Lent obligations on eating meat amid coronavirus

Some Catholic bishops in the United States are easing the obligations of faithful for the last remaining Fridays during Lent amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Wuhan, the Chinese city where coronavirus began, starts easing restrictions after two months of quarantine

Wuhan, the Chinese city where coronavirus began, starts easing restrictions after two months of quarantine

The Chinese city where the coronavirus was first detected at the end of last year has begun to slowly re-open after more than two months under strict quarantine restrictions.
Wuhan, the Chinese city where coronavirus began, starts easing restrictions after two months of quarantine

Wuhan, the Chinese city where coronavirus began, starts easing restrictions after two months of quarantine

The Chinese city where the coronavirus was first detected at the end of last year has begun to slowly re-open after more than two months under strict quarantine restrictions.
Global coronavirus infections tally surpasses 500,000, more than 120,000 recovered

Global coronavirus infections tally surpasses 500,000, more than 120,000 recovered

The global tally of coronavirus infections reached more than half a million people on Thursday after a spike in cases reported in Italy.
Putin postpones vote on amendment that could keep him in power amid coronavirus outbreak

Putin postpones vote on amendment that could keep him in power amid coronavirus outbreak

The global outbreak of the coronavirus has forced Russia to postpone a nationwide vote on proposed constitutional amendments that would allow President Vladimir Putin to remain in power.
Putin postpones vote on amendment that could keep him in power amid coronavirus outbreak

Putin postpones vote on amendment that could keep him in power amid coronavirus outbreak

The global outbreak of the coronavirus has forced Russia to postpone a nationwide vote on proposed constitutional amendments that would allow President Vladimir Putin to remain in power.
Spain's coronavirus death toll surges past China

Spain's coronavirus death toll surges past China

Spain surged past China to now have the world’s second-highest tally of coronavirus deaths after seeing a 738 spike overnight – it’s highest so far in one day.
Iran sees biggest single-day spike in coronavirus deaths, as toll surpasses 1,135

Iran sees biggest single-day spike in coronavirus deaths, as toll surpasses 1,135

The death toll from the new coronavirus in Iran saw a nearly 15 percent spike overnight Tuesday.
Putin asks court to amend constitution, allow him to remain in power until 2036

Putin asks court to amend constitution, allow him to remain in power until 2036

Russian President Vladimir Putin officially signed a new constitutional change that could allow him to remain in power for another 16 years and has asked the country’s constitutional court to approve