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One million COVID-19 deaths 'a very sad milestone', but virus suppressible: WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that one million deaths from COVID-19 was “a very sad milestone”, after many victims suffered “a terribly difficult and lonely death” and their families were unable to say goodbye.
Insurance agents biggest COVID-19 relief payout beneficiaries: Data
Insurance agents made up the biggest portion of workers who received emergency relief payouts from the government amid the new coronavirus pandemic, data showed on Sunday.
Iran to impose restrictions in case of COVID-19 new wave
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran said certain restrictions will be enforced in the country if existing protocols are not observed firmly leading to a new wave of coronavirus.
COVID-19 kills 175 more in Iran
Iran's Health Ministry announced that the novel coronavirus has killed 175 more Iranians from Wednesday to Thursday, mounting the total death number to 25,015.
Iran, Near Eastern countries discuss responses to COVID-19
The Near East and North Africa region is not on track to eliminate hunger and malnutrition; hunger is on the rise in the region; overweight and obesity levels among adults and children are spiraling upwards; and the COVID-19 pandemic affects both food security and livelihoods; these are among the major challenges highlighted at the 35th FAO Regional Conference for the Near East.
New COVID restrictions could last six months, says Johnson
The UK has reached "a perilous turning point", Prime Minister Boris Johnson said, as he set out a raft of new coronavirus restrictions for England which could last for up to six months.
Fear of hospitals means some Mexicans 'prefer to die at home'
By the time 61-year-old Mexican mechanic Martin Urdiain finally decided to go to hospital to seek treatment for the coronavirus, it was already too late. He died the next day.
COVID-19 has 'devastating' impact on people displaced by conflict: Report
More than three quarters of displaced and conflict-affected people surveyed by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) for a new report said that they had lost income since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
How different countries planned for second wave of COVID-19
The first wave of coronavirus swept through a world unprepared. Authorities struggled to test for the disease, and didn’t know how to slow the spread of COVID-19.
UN marks 75th anniversary facing world split by COVID-19
The United Nations will mark its 75th anniversary Monday, celebrating the mantra that "multilateralism is not an option but a necessity," even as the coronavirus underscores the fragility of international cooperation.
Singapore Airlines pilots agree to deeper pay cuts amid COVID-19 to save jobs
Singapore Airlines Inc. pilots agreed to take deeper pay cuts of up to 50 percent so that more of them can stay employed, the carrier said Saturday.
COVID-19 claims 176 more lives in Iran in 24 hours
Iran's Health Ministry announced that the novel coronavirus has killed 176 more Iranians from Wednesday to Thursday, mounting the total death number to 23,808.

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