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According to The Associated Press, the news makes Russia the first country to register a vaccine for the virus, which has sickened at least 20 million people and killed more than 736,000 globally, Johns Hopkins University reported. Russia has reported more than 890,000 cases and nearly 15,000 deaths.
The NHL announced Monday afternoon that there still have been no positive COVID-19 results. The experiment continues to work. There was 0 positive cases in 7,245 COVID-19 tests run. NHL statement on COVID-19 testing results: pic.twitter.com/6sTU3SIGdf— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL)...
The current crisis opens up new opportunities for strengthening international cooperation and developing new directions. From a Latin American perspective, building ties between the United States and Russia in the fight against the pandemic helps to balance and maintain a diversified relationship, write Andrés Serbin Andres Serbin and Andrei Serbin Pont, following a discussion “USA, Russia and Latin America: an Agenda for Constructive Cooperation in the Post-Covid 19 Era”.
Here's your daily roundup of all the latest local and national news. (Like our coverage? Please consider making a recurring contribution to the Mercury to keep it comin'!) • DO NOT MISS the latest installment of Alex Zielinski's Hall Monitor, in which she takes Mayor Wheeler to task for his "fair weather" attitude toward protesters: standing in solidarity with them while the national spotlight is on, and then reverting back to defending the violent actions...
Hospitals in the western Russian city of Kaliningrad have all but stopped testing for coronavirus infections as officials report a steady decline in new cases. Locals say the government is doing everything to create the impression that the pandemic is under control in order to reopen the economy.
Chad Robins, Adaptive Biotechnologies co-founder and CEO, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the company's research efforts to develop a Covid-19 vaccine as well as Russian President Vladimir Putin's announcement that the country has registered what it claims to be the first vaccine for coronavirus in the world.
Read more about Coronavirus LIVE: India cases at 2,269,052; Russia vaccine launch tomorrow on Business-standard. Coronavirus latest news: India recorded over 50,000 cases in a day. US tally has surged to 5,251,446 and Brazil 3,057,470. Stay tuned for coronavirus LIVE updates
Coronavirus India & World News Live Updates, Covid-19 Vaccine Tracker, Corona Cases in India Today Latest News Update: With 62,064 new cases reported in the last 24 hours, the total caseload in India has now risen to 22,15,075. As many as 1007 deaths were reported, taking the casualties to 44,386
ST. GEORGE — Since retiring to Southern Utah, former television producer Douglas Wellman has been busier than ever. After moving to St. George in 2013, Wellman took a job as a chaplain at Dixie Regional Medical Center and kept busy with hobbies and enjoying downtime. He had the leftover energy to complete two novels in the […]
Russia boasts that it’s about to become the first country to approve a COVID-19 vaccine, with mass vaccinations planned as early as October using shots that are yet to complete clinical trials -- and scientists worldwide are sounding the alarm that the headlong rush could backfire. Moscow sees a Sputnik-like propaganda victory, recalling the Soviet Union’s launch of the world’s first satellite in 1957.
The United States and seven European countries marked Friday's 12th anniversary of the conflict between Russia and Georgia with a call to Moscow to withdraw forces from Abkhazia and South Ossetia and allow medical evacuations and aid deliveries especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Businesses owned by Black people were hit especially hard by the coronavirus pandemic because of a combination of geography, limited reach of a key federal aid program and weaker ties to banks, according to research by the New York Fed. Outside the U.S., investors are flocking to Russian government debt, drawn by high yields and the country’s relatively strong finances compared with emerging-market peers. Thailand’s central bank kept rates on hold, the Monetary Authority of Singapore detailed plans for a new benchmark rate, and Sweden’s Rijksbank extended a swap agreement with the Fed.
GYMNASTICS Artistic World Cup in Melbourne, Australia, from Feb. 20-23: China team withdrew. All-Around World Cup in Milwaukee on March 7: Russia team withdrew. Artistic World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan, from March 14, Day 3 of 4, canceled. Artistic World Cup in Doha, Qatar on March 18-21 postponed to June 3-6, postponed. All-Around World Cup in Stuttgart, Germany on March 20-22 canceled. Aerobic World Cup in Cantanhede, Portugal on March 27-29 canceled. All-Around World Cup in Birmingham, England on March 28 canceled. Rhythmic World Cup in Pesaro, Italy on April 3-5 postponed to June 5-7, postponed. Acrobatic World Cup in Sofia, Bulgaria on April 3-5 postponed. All-Around World Cup in Tokyo on April 4-5 canceled. Artistic Jesolo Cup in Italy on April 4-5 canceled. Rhythmic World Cup in Sofia, Bulgaria on April 10-12 postponed to June 29-21, postponed. Acrobatic World Cup in Puurs, Belgium on April 10-12 canceled. Rhythmic World Cup in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on April 17-19 postponed. Aerobic World Cup in Tokyo on April 18-19 canceled. Trampoline World Cup in Brescia, Italy on April 24-25 postponed to June 19-20, postponed. Rhythmic World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan on April 24-26 postponed. Artistic women’s European championships in Paris on April 30-May 3 postponed to Kyiv, Ukraine from Dec. 17-20. Artistic Asian championships in Tokyo on May 2-5 canceled. Trampoline European championships in Gothenburg, Sweden on May 7-10 moved to Sochi, Russia from April 29-May 1, 2021. Pan American championships in Utah Valley, United States on May 7-10 postponed. Rhythmic Asian championships in Tokyo on May 8-10 canceled. Rhythmic World Challenge Cup in Portimão, Portugal on May 8-10...
As cases of COVID-19 continue to grow around the globe, there’s a lot of attention being paid to efforts in developing a vaccine. Both Russia and China said they’re taking significant steps forward toward a vaccine.That’s one of the key international stories of the coming days, and The Show spoke with the BBC’s Audrey Tinline for the latest on the vaccine's trials, and more
BY: ADAM KELSEY, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — One day after President Donald Trump’s response to Congress’ impasse over additional coronavirus relief spending by signing a series of executive actions, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer described the directives as “paltry … unworkable, weak and far too […]
Belarusians are voting on whether to grant their authoritarian president a sixth term in office, following a campaign marked by unusually strong demonstrations by opposition supporters frustrated with the country's stumbling economy, political repression and weak response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Vladimir Sevrinovsky is a Moscow-based freelance journalist and documentary photographer who has covered social and cultural issues in Russia for independent news site Meduza, independent weekly Russkii Reporter, and Kavkaz.Realii, a regional service of the U.S. Congress-funded broadcaster Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, among others. Sevrinovsky’s most recent assignment was to report from Russia’s North Caucasus...
Ferro's win was only the second of her career against a player in the top 30 as she earned 12 break points in the contest and converted five to reach the quarter-finals. Despite some early nerves when she was broken in her first service game, the 23-year-old Ferro did not show signs of rust playing in the first tournament since tennis restarted after a five-month shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. "I didn't really rest between March and May because I have a court at home where I can practise," Ferro told reporters.