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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday the United States has offered to help with the coronavirus response in Iran, where the outbreak has killed 34 people, and raised doubts about Tehran's willingness to share information.
GENEVA/BEIJING: The rapid rise in Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases raised fears of a pandemic on Friday (Feb 28), with five countries reporting their first cases, the World Health Organisation (WHO) warning it could spread worldwide and Switzerland cancelling the giant Geneva car show.
The latest figures of Covid-19 (coronavirus) - More than 83,000 dinfected and 2,800 deaths. China has more than 78,000 cases and 2,788 deaths, according to Whoi
DUBAI (Reuters) - All schools in Iran will close for three days starting from Saturday over coronavirus concerns, Iran's health minister announced on state TV.
U.S. asks its military in Saudi Arabia to avoid crowded venues as coronavirus spreads in neighbouring countries
DUBAI (Reuters) - The United States asked its military in Saudi Arabia to avoid crowded venues including malls and cinemas as coronavirus was reported spreading in neighbouring countries, according to a document from the U.S. embassy seen by Reuters on Friday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Two more new Covid-19 cases were reported on Friday (Feb 28), bringing the total reported cases to 25.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran on Friday announced a three-day nationwide school closure as officials warned the country faced a "difficult week" in fighting a coronavirus outbreak that has killed 34 people.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon halted flights for non-residents from countries with coronavirus outbreaks, including China, Iran, Italy and South Korea, the transport ministry said on Friday.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey said on Friday that world powers must impose a no-fly zone in Syria to protect hundreds of thousands of people displaced by clashes, after the killing of 33 Turkish soldiers by Syrian air strikes in the Idlib region.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Aspring Olympians at the U.S. marathon trials said on Thursday that they were concerned first with securing one of the coveted few tickets to Tokyo 2020 - and less, at least for now, about whether there would even be an Olympics this year.