Germany will start the country’s first clinical tests of a possible coronavirus vaccine. Pope Francis says cooperation is the only way to confront the enormous challenges posed by the coronavirus. President Trump said the issuing of US green cards, or permanent residency cards, will be suspended for at least 60 days — but with “certain exceptions” yet to be defined. The UN has warned that vulnerable countries could face famine over the fallout of the pandemic. Updates in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC/GMT) 10:05 The first coronavirus deaths in the United States occurred weeks earlier than initially thought, according to health authorities in California. Forensic scientists in Santa Clara, California, revealed that autopsies on two people who died undiagnosed at home on February 6 and February 17 revealed signs of COVID-19. A third death on March 6 was also shown to have been due to the virus. The first official coronavirus death in the US was reported on February 26. “These three people died at home at a time when testing was very limited and only possible to get via the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,” the forensics department said. Tests at that time were only available to people who returned from high-risk… Read full this story
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