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April 2 (UPI) --The climbing death toll from the coronavirus pandemic in Ecuador's largest city, Guayaquil, has left morgues overwhelmed, causing some bodies to be wrapped in plastic and left lying in the streets. Other bodies lie unclaimed in the city's hospitals and clinics as deaths outpace the c

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Confirmed coronavirus cases around the world topped one million on Thursday and the number of deaths soared past 50,000 as Europe reeled from the pandemic and the United States reported record numbers of people out of work. Despite more than half the planet imposing some form of lockdown, the virus

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The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. TOP OF THE HOUR: — District of Columbia announces 91 new positive coron

'Don't leave him here': Ecuadorians live with dead relatives mid coronavirus pandemic
Families in Ecuador's largest city have been struggling to bury the corpses of those who have died amid the coronavirus pandemic as the disease's spread has caused the country's funeral system to collapse. In Guayaquil, relatives of the deceased have been forced to keep their loved ones’ bodies in t   NBC News  
Uber to start shipping car disinfectants to drivers
Uber Technologies Inc will begin shipping disinfecting car spray to selected drivers in areas most affected by the coronavirus outbreak, an executive said on Thursday. The company had promised to supply drivers with sanitizers in early March. Then it closed all of its local hubs, places where driver   Reuters on MSN.com  
Coronavirus cases worldwide near 1 million; 10,000 deaths in Spain
April 2 (UPI) --The number of coronavirus cases worldwide is expected to surpass the 1 million mark Thursday as hard-hit Spain reached 10,000 deaths from the disease. "In the next day or two, we will reach more than 1 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 globally, and 50,000 deaths," WHO Director-Gen   UPI.com  
Iran, US Heat Up War Of Words On Iraq Despite Virus Pandemic
Iran said Thursday it "only acts in self-defence" after President Donald Trump warned it against attacks on US troops in Iraq, as a new war of words heated up despite the coronavirus pandemic. Tensions between the arch-foes flared in Iraq where the United States deployed Patriot air defence missiles   International Business Times  
Brazil: Amazon land defender Zezico Guajajara shot dead
A member of a protected tribe in the Amazon has been killed by gunmen, authorities in the Brazilian state of Maranhao say. The body of Zezico Guajajara, of the Guajajara tribe, was found near his village on Tuesday. He had been shot. The former teacher was a supporter of Guardians of the Forest, a g   YAHOO!  
Asia Virus Latest: Trump Doubts China Figures, Australia Cruise Standoff
President Donald Trump cast doubt on the accuracy of official Chinese figures on its coronavirus outbreak after US lawmakers, citing an intelligence report, accused Beijing of a cover-up. The controversy around Beijing's transparency has strained ties, adding to tensions triggered by a conspiracy th   International Business Times  
EU chief 'concerned' about Hungary virus emergency law
Brussels (AFP) - European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen expressed concern Thursday over a coronavirus emergency law in Hungary that has given nationalist premier Viktor Orban sweeping powers. While saying EU countries may need extraordinary measures to tackle the pandemic, she added: "I am c   YAHOO!  
Trump claims Iran or its proxies planning a ‘sneak attack,’ warns of a ‘heavy price’
President Trump asserted Wednesday, without citing specific evidence, that Iran or an Iran-backed militia is planning a “sneak attack” on U.S. troops or assets in Iraq and warned that Iran would “pay a very heavy price” if it were carried out. The saber-rattling from Trump comes as Iran-backed milit   Washington Post  
UN climate summit postponed until 2021 because of COVID-19
LONDON -- The United Nations’ global climate summit is being postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, host country Britain said Wednesday, The U.K. government said the meeting, due to take place in Glasgow, Scotland, in November, will now be held next year at a date still to be determined. The   ABC  
Naomi Campbell is live-streaming her daily home workouts on Instagram
Supermodel, businesswoman, and actress Naomi Campbell has long been ahead of the curve with her vigorous germ-prevention routine to keep from getting sick while travelling. Now that she's staying home with the rest of us, Campbell has encouraged others to join her in staying active with by streaming   INSIDER on MSN.com