More than 6.07 million people have been recorded as infected with COVID-19
The study found 29 percent of the women carry one copy of the Neanderthal receptor.
"Right now, we're not in the second wave. We're right in the middle of the first."
They don't want to re-introduce lockdowns.
Kabuga is accused of financing the militias that killed about 800,000 Tutsi people.
A new paper claims they haven't saved a single life at all, splitting opinion among experts.
A new study has found that concentrations of a particular enzyme may be responsible.
After standing empty for two months, Greece's ancient sites, including the Acropolis hill towering over Athens, will reopen to visitors on May 18, authorities say.
"We never really calculated with a high death toll initially."
Could a mutation be behind the coronavirus' fast spread in some places?
"No one knows what's going to work best do they."
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The economist is advocating for a free market approach rather than greater Govt control post-COVID.
A woman who came into contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case was finally contacted by the ministry's tracing team 4.5 weeks later.
"I still do not believe in this situation."
A couple say they are anxious about taking a repatriation flight with their six-month-old baby.
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The city's historic waterways have cleared dramatically due to Italy's COVID-19 lockdown.
Interior Minister Jan Hamacek reportedly urged men to leave their whips at home this Easter.