What is going on in Manitoba? COVID-19 cases are soaring
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What is going on in Manitoba? COVID-19 cases are soaring

Reading Time: 2 minutes Multiple COVID-19 outbreaks in the Manitoba At the start of the pandemic, Manitoba reported the lowest amount of COVID-19 cases in the country, with respect to the Northern Territories. Within the last few weeks, the province has recorded multiple COVID-19 hot spots that are of concern. The first notable break out came from the Hutterite Read More…

8-month-old baby infected with Covid-19
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8-month-old baby infected with Covid-19

Reading Time: 2 minutes This is the second infant infected with COVID-19 in the Philippines An eight-month-old baby from San Luis town became the second confirmed case of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) in this province. This was confirmed by San Luis Mayor Ariel A. de Jesus in his social media account on Saturday as he asked his constituents to Read More…

Trump Administration starts new trade war. This time with Spain and the European Union
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Trump Administration starts new trade war. This time with Spain and the European Union

Reading Time: 3 minutes Trump’s trade wars are text book distractions from his embattled presidency Following the decision by the Trump Administration to maintain the additional tariffs on the export of Spanish and European products – as a result of the Airbus panel of the World Trade Organization – which primarily affect the agri-food sector. Spain’s Government rejects Trump’s Read More…

30 People die every hour in Brazil from COVID-19
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30 People die every hour in Brazil from COVID-19

Reading Time: 3 minutes 2,404,272 Brazilians have recovered from COVID-19 Brazil has surpassed two million recovered from Covid-19. Across the country, 2,404,272 people are cured of the disease. Worldwide, it is estimated that at least 13 million people diagnosed with Covid-19 have already recovered. The number of people cured in Brazil is higher than the number of active cases (805,592), who are Read More…