Coronavirus: US may soon see 100,000 new cases a day, expert warns

The US could soon see 100,000 new cases of coronavirus every day, the country's top infectious diseases expert has warned. Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told a US Senate committee that the d

Coronavirus: US buys up almost entire world supply of COVID-19 drug Remdesivir

The US has bought up almost the entire global supply of one of two drugs used to treat coronavirus.Remdesivir, which was developed to treat Ebola, is produced almost exclusively by US pharmaceutical giant Gilead Sciences - and it has been priced at $

Coronavirus: US buys up almost entire world supply of COVID-19 drug Remdesivir

Coronavirus: EU excludes US from list of 14 countries safe for non-essential travel

The United States has been excluded from the European Union's list of 14 countries now considered safe for non-essential travel. Residents of the 27 EU member states will be able to travel to any of the 14 countries for leisure or business purposes f

Coronavirus: EU excludes US from list of 14 countries safe for non-essential travel

Coronavirus: UK COVID-19 deaths increase by 155 as Leicester lockdown tightens

The number of people who have died with coronavirus in the UK has increased by 155, according to government figures.A total of 43,730 people are recorded as dying with COVID-19 in hospitals, care homes and the wider community as of 5pm on Monday, up

Coronavirus: UK COVID-19 deaths increase by 155 as Leicester lockdown tightens

Coronavirus: Map reveals which parts of Leicestershire are affected by UK's first localised lockdown

A map has been published that shows where Leicester's localised lockdown will be in force.The areas include Leicester city centre as well as suburban parts of Leicestershire, including Wigston, Oadby and Blaby.

Coronavirus: Map reveals which parts of Leicestershire are affected by UK's first localised lockdown

Coronavirus: Faulty masks sent to care homes and GPs recalled

Batches of surgical face masks delivered to care homes and GPs during the coronavirus pandemic have been recalled because they are faulty, Sky News has learnt. The masks, which are out of date by as much as seven years but were deemed safe to use, ha

Coronavirus: Faulty masks sent to care homes and GPs recalled

Coronavirus: Fiji tries to attract billionaires as nation's PM says 'escape the pandemic in paradise'

Fiji's prime minister is urging billionaires to return to his country's shores for the first time since lockdown.Frank Bainimarama has called for the super rich to come back to the archipelago nation three months after it closed its borders. On

Coronavirus: Fiji tries to attract billionaires as nation's PM says 'escape the pandemic in paradise'

Coronavirus: Greece extends travel ban on UK visitors for two weeks

Greece is extending its ban on UK flights for another two weeks, the country's prime minister has said.British holidaymakers will not be allowed to fly to Greece until 15 July, despite the country opening its borders to other international visitors o

Coronavirus: Greece extends travel ban on UK visitors for two weeks

Coronavirus: Global COVID-19 deaths pass half a million as North and South America struggle to overcome first wave

Global deaths from coronavirus have surpassed 500,000, as some countries continue to grapple with the first wave.More than 10 million global COVID-19 cases have been reported, according to the latest official figures, with the respiratory infection b

Coronavirus: Global COVID-19 deaths pass half a million as North and South America struggle to overcome first wave

Coronavirus: Why some countries have been hit worse by COVID-19

The world has now recorded more than 10 million cases of coronavirus and documented more than half a million deaths as a result of the pandemic.It started in China, possibly back as far as November, but then spread rapidly to Europe and other countri