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Coronavirus Global Update
A daily round-up on the spread of the coronavirus, with reports from affected areas, details of the latest medical information and the impact on health, business and travel.
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4.1 stars from 992 ratings
Typical crap news podcast
This podcast talks about the cases of corona virus around the world. No mention of the vaccine or what is actually being done to treat this pandemic. Would not recommend
Kdzaferagic via Apple Podcasts · Brazil · 06/27/20
Absolute rubbish!
Don’t believe a thing the BBC tells you.
Clamp233 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/27/20
WHO pandemic warning
I am heartbroken by this pandemic and the disgusting world leaders approach I fully support WHO and what they are trying to do BUT how can they deliver anything if they are being undermined by the individual country leaders The message is money first people last I feel this toxic undermining...Read full review »
# alone at xmas via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/23/20
Recent Episodes
More than 63,000 coronavirus cases were registered on Thursday according to Johns Hopkins University, and some intensive care units reach capacity. South Africa has also hit its highest single day increase, and Barbados tempts homeworkers.
Published 07/10/20
The UK based charity says the pandemic is disrupting food supplies and aid. Also: the WHO announces a review of the global response to Covid-19, and the number of new cases in Tokyo has reached a record high, as Japan prepares to relax some restrictions.
Published 07/09/20
Vice President, Mike Pence, said more than 39 million people had been tested. Also: the WHO acknowledges emerging evidence that the coronavirus can be spread by tiny air particles, and crowds in Serbia storm parliament to protest about a new curfew.
Published 07/08/20
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