The United States has by far the world’s largest number of confirmed coronavirus cases on Sunday, with more than 732,197. The US tally of lives lost to COVID-19 has also soared to more than 39,090. New York state accounts for nearly half those deaths.
While thanking Trump for the US support in the IMF and other fora, Imran Khan said that it would provide necessary fiscal space to Pakistan and help in mitigating the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, the statement said.Trump appreciated Imran's telephone call and expression of support for the US efforts to combat COVID-19.
This week New York will enter phase one of the state's plan to reboot economic activities shuttered due to COVID-19, which caused more than 21,000 confirmed and probable deaths in America's most populous city.
More than 138,000 Americans have died from COVID-19, a toll that experts warn will likely surge following recent record spikes in case numbers and an alarming rise in hospitalizations in many states.
India on Friday became the third country in the world to record one million coronavirus cases, following Brazil and the United States where infections also continued to surge.
In a video on Twitter Anez said she was "fine" and would continue working from isolation. Bolsonaro said he was feeling "very well" on Thursday after announcing he had the virus earlier this week, and Johnson, who contracted the respiratory disease in March, has recovered.
World Health Organisation (WHO) emergencies head urged countries not to make schools into a political football, saying schools could safely reopen once the virus had been suppressed.
Nida had been shooting her morning show, Good Morning Pakistan where the cast of “Mera Dil Mera Dushman” appeared as guests for promotions. That includes Nawaz, Raza, Alizeh Shah, Noaman Sami and Anam Tanveer.
She announced on Wednesday that her Oprah Winfrey Charitable Foundation will donate money to organisations dedicated to helping underserved communities in Chicago; Baltimore; Nashville, Tennessee; Milwaukee; and Kosciusko, Mississippi, where she was born.