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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Council President Charles Michel has had a second negative COVID-19 test after going into self-isolation and is now no longer in quarantine, his spokesman said via Twitter.
MADRID (Reuters) - The Spanish government has recommended locking down all of the city of Madrid again to curb the spread of coronavirus after local authorities imposed restrictions on some areas of the region, Health Minister Salvador Illa said on Friday.
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israel was set to impose a tighter nationwide COVID-19 lockdown on Friday as critics accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of trying to curb protests against his handling of the health and economic crises.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Organisers of the Tokyo Olympics on Friday proposed a raft of measures to hold a streamlined Summer Games next year, including a shorter opening period for training venues and scaling back staff for the torch relay.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. presidential race is much closer than national surveys suggest, according to Reuters/Ipsos opinion polls in battleground states that show Democrat Joe Biden with only a slim lead over President Donald Trump in three highly competitive states and in a dead heat in three others.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia does not plan to impose severe lockdown restrictions despite a growing number of COVID-19 cases, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday.
(Reuters) - As Republican President Donald Trump assails the use of mail-in voting, a Pennsylvania court decision over the use of envelopes for hiding the identity of mail-in voters could have major ramifications for the Nov. 3 election between Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Some northern hemisphere countries are having trouble obtaining additional flu vaccines amid increased demand, but health workers and the elderly should be prioritised in case of any shortages, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday.