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Thursday April 15th, 2021 11:51PM

The Associated Press

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'It made a world of difference:' UK doctor hails ex-students
A doctor in Britain glimpsed the first rays of light in his struggle with COVID-19 when three of his former students announced their presence to him when he went to hospital
4:49AM ( 11 months ago )
Governments face more pressure to curb virus economic damage
South Korea has reported fewer than 10 new coronavirus cases for the first time in two months as U.S. governors ease lockdowns amid pressure worldwide from businesses and the public to limit the pandemic’s economic damage
4:40AM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: Empty monastery for Easter services in Egypt
The spiritual leader of Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox Christians has held Easter services in an empty monastery in the desert amid coronavirus restrictions which kept the faithful from gathering at churches and monasteries across the country
4:38AM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: 24 more crew members from naval ship have virus
Two dozen crew members of a Taiwanese naval ship have tested positive for the new coronavirus after returning from a nearly two-month training mission that took them to the Pacific island nation of Palau
4:06AM ( 11 months ago )
Asia Today: Fewer sick in S Korea, infections rise in Japan
South Korea has reported eight more cases of the coronavirus, the first time a daily increase has dropped to a single digit in about two months
4:00AM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: South Korea to start relaxing some limits
South Korea’s prime minister says the country will maintain much of its social distancing guidelines until May 5 but will relax some limits
3:49AM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: Pakistan to keep mosques open during Ramadan
Even as Pakistan’s daily confirmed cases inches upward, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government buckled to pressure from religious clerics refusing to order mosques throughout the country closed during Islamic fasting month of Ramadan
2:38AM ( 11 months ago )
AP PHOTOS: The workers who keep Spain going under lockdown
A small percentage of workers are keeping Spain going during a coronavirus outbreak that has killed over 20,000 of their fellow citizens
2:37AM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: Dirty masks cause complaints to Japan government
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s unpopular handouts of old-fashioned cloth masks as part of his coronavirus measures faced complaints, as thousands of those sent to pregnant women were dirty
2:05AM ( 11 months ago )
The Latest: McDonalds to suspend operations in Singapore
Fast food giant McDonald’s says it will suspend all operations in Singapore for two weeks from Sunday after seven of its employees tested positive for the coronavirus
1:25AM ( 11 months ago )