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People in their 20s and 30s in Spain are a key source of new infections, as the warm weather, vacation season, reopening of bars, restaurants make the crisis seem less urgent.
China reported most domestic infections in 4 months & Tokyo, Hong Kong and Melbourne have seen record infections and even Vietnam is fighting an outbreak.
As the Covid-19 pandemic shows no signs of letting up, ThePrint highlights the most important stories on the crisis from across the globe.
The move puts the companies closer to bringing the vaccine to the market. They clinched a $2 billion deal to supply an initial order of 100 million doses of a vaccine to the US.
Americans are still falling ill in much greater numbers than people in other developed nations and relative stability doesn’t mean a return to life as usual.
Robert O’Brien tested positive after a family event and has been isolating at home while still running the National Security Council.
The work of Immediate Response Teams offers a look at how South Korea has succeeded in largely quelling its spread without the lockdowns that have derailed lives worldwide.
The worrying trend reflects that social distancing curbs are proving untenable over a long period, despite their initial efficacy in flattening the coronavirus curve.
Online dating companies are seeing a rebound in the US, with daily downloads of major apps bouncing back from earlier lows this year to pre-Covid levels.
Freight companies face problems ranging from shrinking capacity on container ships and cargo aircraft to a lack of visibility on when a vaccine will arrive.