Influenza A virus subtype H1N1

Six more deaths from coronavirus confirmed; "Emergency measures can be re-introduced"

Two men and four women have died from COVID-19, bringing death toll to 185, with a mortality rate of 2.01 percent.
5.906 people were tested, and 196 samples turned back positive.
A total number of COVID-19 cases was 9.205, while 1.379 patients have recovered so far.
Since the outbreak of the pandemic in Serbia, a total of 91.551 people were tested.

Trump speculates that China released virus in lab 'mistake'

President Donald Trump has speculated that China could have unleashed the coronavirus on the world due to some kind of horrible "mistake," and his intelligence agencies said they are still examining a notion put forward by the president and aides that the pandemic may have resulted from an accident at a Chinese lab.

Decision on May 1 until 3 pm; "The virus will be present on Monday, too" VIDEO

According to her, there will be a fall in the number of infected in the coming period.
"We all have to make our own rules on how to get back into regular life, but we should not forget about the virus and that it is still circulating," she warned, speaking to Television Prva. Kisic Tepavcevic said that now the emphasis is on the personal responsibility of all of us.

Coronavirus deaths top 224,000 worldwide

More than 224,000 people around the world have lost their lives from the novel coronavirus as of April 29, according to data compiled by U.S.-based Johns Hopkins University.

The university's study found 224,562 fatalities caused by COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the virus, as well as more than 3.16 million infections.

IntMin Vela says a state of alert might follow next

Interior Minister Marcel Vela admitted on Wednesday that the state of emergency could be replaced after 15 May with a state of alert at national level. He told a broadcast on Realitatea Plus private television station that the purpose of this demarche is to protect public health. "Yes, a state of alert might follow next.

We must not forget what we’ve learned

Covid-19 has changed }our lives for good. No one can say with certainty when the crisis will be over, when we'll finally be out of the woods. That moment is certainly still far away for the elderly and other high-risk individuals. However, the fear, if not the panic, that has gripped the great majority of society will linger for a long time. The risk of a second wave remains high. 

Top Turkish diplomat attends teleconference on COVID-19

Turkish foreign minister on April 28 attended the 7th teleconference of the International Coordination Group on the coronavirus.

In a Twitter post, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said cooperation and coordination in multilateral organizations in the fight against coronavirus as well as support for vulnerable countries against the pandemic were discussed at the meeting.

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