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US health experts and government officials warned that large street protests over racial inequities and excessive police force could worsen the spread of the coronavirus.
More than 6.27 million people have been reported infected with the coronavirus globally and 374,612 have died, a Reuters tally showed by 0258 GMT on Tuesday.
British government ministers are aiming to replace coronavirus quarantine for people arriving at airports by the end of June, with so-called air bridges being considered as an option, the Telegraph newspaper reported.
Slovakia will undo more coronavirus restrictions from Wednesday, including opening indoor sports centres and pools, as the country with one of the world's lowest death rates from the outbreak moves ahead with reopening.
Russia will start giving patients its first drug approved to treat COVID-19 next week, its state financial backer told Reuters.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said he had tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
World Health Organization experts and a range of other scientists said on Monday there was no evidence to support an assertion by a high-profile Italian doctor that the coronavirus has been losing potency.
In a single Brazilian state, some 2,400 meat plant workers have caught the coronavirus, officials said.
Eli Lilly and Co said first set of patients have been dosed in an early-stage trial to test its potential COVID-19 treatment, in the world's first study of an antibody treatment against the disease.
Colombia issued new measures to control the spread in three of its most affected cities, including capital Bogota, as the rest of the country prepares for quarantine rules to start lifting.
China will fully implement its commitment to nationally determined contributions on climate change under the Paris climate agreement despite the coronavirus outbreak, the country's environment ministry said on Tuesday.
The Japanese Health Ministry said it has allowed saliva-based coronavirus tests to help boost the number of polymerase chain reaction tests.
South Korea is testing a new quick response code system this week to log visitors at high-risk entertainment facilities, restaurants and churches in a bid to track coronavirus cases.
Hong Kong confirmed its first locally transmitted cases in more than two weeks, fuelling concerns over its spread as restrictions on movement are relaxed.
A total of 75,538 deaths have been recorded, including 53,928 in Europe, the continent worst hit by the virus. The official tallies probably reflect only a fraction of the actual number of cases. Many countries are testing only the most serious cases.
More than 242,000 people have been killed and 3.4 million infected worldwide by the virus, which has left half of humanity under some form of lockdown and pushed the global economy towards its worst downturn since the Great Depression.
Worldwide, more than 788,000 people have been infected and 166,000 have recovered, according to Johns Hopkins University. Italy's death toll rose to nearly 11,600 — the highest in the world by far — but its rates of new infections were slowing.
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) has expected the weather on Thursday will be humid over the coasts, with the possibility of light fog to form along the northern parts in the morning.
The Abu Dhabi Appellate Court upheld the Court of First Instance verdict obligating a company to pay an employee a compensation of Dhs540,000 after it broke its promise to employ him, on the basis of which the employee quit his previous work.
The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced an Asian gang of three to three months in jail, to be followed by deportation and fined them Dhs1,000 on charges of stealing two batteries from a parked truck in a sandy area in Dubai.
The murder, which took place in Blackburn, Lancashire, on May 17 last year, sparked outrage. The poor girl fell victim to a feud between two owners of car tyre companies, one of whom decided to get rid of the other by carrying out a premeditated murder.