A new projection shows the United States could record over 200,000 COVID-19 deaths by October Beijing closes schools, cuts travel links after a new outbreak More than 1.7 billion people have an underlying medical condition putting them at risk of a severe COVID-19 infection Many European countries, including Germany and France, have reopened their borders to non-essential travel for Europeans There have been over 8 million confirmed cases worldwide, with over 435,000 deaths All times in GMT/UTC 23:18 Health insurance companies in the US will be expected to cover a coronavirus vaccine without charging copays , US officials told a press briefing. Once a vaccine becomes available, it should be distributed to the most vulnerable people first, Trump administration officials said, adding that they have been talking with insurers about offering vaccines at no cost to the public. The White House has launched a vaccine development initiative dubbed “Operation Warp Speed,” aimed at having at least 300 million doses of a vaccine available by next year. Candidate vaccines are currently in early trials. 21:50 Brazil reported 34,918 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, a record number of infections in a single day . With a total of 923,189 cases, Brazil is… Read full this story
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