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Deceased died in the line of duty amid fighting against #COVID19  could be approved as martyrs, according to the Ministry of Veterans Affairs on Monday. They will be honored and bring preferential treatment to their families in the same way as fallen soldiers do.

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Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise to 99,225, deaths to 1,607: RKI

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China's Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, goes live online after being closed for over 70 days amid the COVID-19 pandemic. A museum educator takes viewers on a tour of the ancient imperial mansions and the springtime flora in the compound.

#WATCH live from Delhi: CM Arvind Kejriwal briefs the media over #Coronavirus , in the union territory

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The US should immediately organize phone and computer banks to contact each of the people on the confirmed Covid-19 list every day, check on symptoms, support self-isolation and trace their contacts with others, Jeffrey Sachs writes for @CNNOpinion 

Delhi: Hearing of urgent matters underway in the Supreme Court through video conferencing, amid #CoronavirusLockdown . The Supreme Court continues to hear the matters of extreme urgency via video conferencing.

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#Israel is among the first countries to receive an experimental #Japanese  drug to treat #coronavirus  and is testing it at hospitals, the Foreign Ministry said Monday.

Acting Navy Sec. Modly apologizes for scathing rebuke of captain who sounded the alarm over the spread of the coronavirus on USS Theodore Roosevelt. "Let me be clear, I do not think Captain Brett Crozier is naïve nor stupid," Modly said

We have formed a 5-step plan after talking to experts, that how will we control #Coronavirus  in Delhi in the time to come. This is a '5 Ts plan': Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

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Former Pres. George W. Bush warned in 2005 of the importance of being prepared for a possible pandemic: "One day, many lives could be needlessly lost because we failed to act today."

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