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BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Akos Vanek, a former triathlon World Cup winner, works as a paramedic these days in Budapest taking patients ill with COVID-19 to hospital as Hungary fights the coronavirus crisis.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - With Jerusalem under lockdown over coronavirus, Easter Sunday was marked at the traditional site of Jesus' death and resurrection by just a handful of Christian clerics.
BANGKOK: Thailand's Ministry of Public Health on Sunday (April 12) said that the Covid-19 (coronavirus) infection rate in Thailand has fallen for the fourth consecutive day, to 33 from Saturday's 45, tallying at 2,551.
TOKYO: Japan's health ministry and local governments said the number of Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases in Japan stands at 7,292 with more than 700 new confirmed cases as of 6.30pm on Sunday (April 12).
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis called on Sunday for global solidarity in fighting the coronavirus pandemic and its economic fallout, urging the relaxation of international sanctions, debt relief for poor nations and ceasefires in all conflicts.
(Reuters) - Iran's death toll from COVID-19 has risen by 117 in the past day to 4,474, health ministry spokesman Kianush Jahanpur said on Sunday.
MANILA: The Philippine government on Sunday (April 12) told hospitals and local government units to make sure that bodies of patients who died of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) are cremated within 12 hours, after a hospital admitted that bodies were piling up in its small morgue.
(Reuters) - U.S. church leaders peppered their Easter homilies with references to the coronavirus on Sunday, in masses held online, on television and even in parking lots to people sheltering in cars to maintain social distancing during the pandemic.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Sunday any further loosening of the country's lockdown restrictions would depend on more progress in the fight against the coronavirus, a day before some companies plan to reopen their doors.