Coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 4.5 million people and infected over 218 million globally. Here are the coronavirus-related developments for September 1:
The Sardjito hospital on the island of Java says 63 patients died after it nearly ran out of oxygen from Saturday until early on Sunday, when fresh supplies arrived.
The World Health Organization has said that any Covid-19 vaccines it has authorised for emergency use should be recognised by countries as they open up their borders to inoculated travellers.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that England would go back into a national lockdown after the UK passed the milestone of one million Covid-19 cases.
Seven of the shows will take place in front of a slimmed-down live audience, 21 will be a mix of physical and digital, with the 50 remaining events taking place online only.
Feeling the pinch of rising Chinese tech, the Silicon Valley giants become political to stay in the game.
The pandemic lockdowns have solidified the notion of tech companies as a necessity as people’s reliance on the internet, smart phones, apps and social media has significantly increased.
The financial heart of the UAE faces an uncertain future with the pandemic halting its trade, travel and tourism, pushing it to turn to big brother Abu Dhabi for help.
Across Europe, half of all virus-related deaths have been linked to nursing homes and in New York it amounts to a quarter of the state’s total fatalities.
The coronavirus has attacked Russia, another country with a powerful political clout, after China, the US and Western European countries, making its weaknesses apparent.
While the virus has struck both countries, killing thousands of people, they continue to target each other on foreign battlegrounds.
While the church has a vast body of members, the pandemic is leaving one of the oldest religious institutions in financial limbo.
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