Influenza A virus subtype H1N1

Front-heavy pledges

Greece's leftist opposition is calling for growth-minded, or what is sometimes described as "front-heavy," measures to support the economy amid the coronavirus outbreak. 

However, at this point in time, no one quite knows what the starting point is in order to be able to define what lies before and what lies after, back and front.

Nearly 1.3 Million are the COVID-19 Infected People Worldwide

The number of COVID-19 confirmed cases worldwide has reached 1 273 990, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, which has been monitoring the pandemic's development for months.

The US still has the highest number of confirmed cases - 337,274, followed by Spain and Italy, with 131,646 and 128,948 respectively.

Virus concerns overshadow all other problems: Survey

A vast majority of the Turkish public have expressed concern over the dangers the coronavirus pandemic is posing to the country, according to a recent survey.

Some 84 percent of those polled in March by Ipsos said the virus is the most important problem Turkey was facing, whereas 55 percent in January had said that it was economic issues.

Google to Publish Location Data in Order to Allow Governments to Evaluate the Effectiveness of the COVID-19 Measures

Google will publish data on the location of its users around the world today to allow governments to evaluate the effectiveness of the social distance measures introduced to combat the coronavirus pandemic, the company said.

‘Coronaphobia’ spreading quickly among people: Experts

Fear of contracting COVID-19 is threatening people as much as the virus, a member of the Coronavirus Scientific Advisory Board of Turkey has said.

The term "coronaphobia" describes the fear of contracting COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, as the infection has been spreading rapidly across the world.