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India's daily Covid-19 deaths near 4,000 as police sent to halt dumping of bodies

India's daily Covid-19 deaths near 4,000 as police sent to halt dumping of bodies

India reported on Saturday its smallest daily increase in coronavirus infections in nearly three weeks, but deaths stayed near the 4,000-mark as the World Health Organisation warned that the second year of the pandemic could be worse than the first.

India's new coronavirus cases hit record; Mumbai prepares for lockdown

India's new coronavirus cases hit record; Mumbai prepares for lockdown

India's new coronavirus infections reached a record on Wednesday, as crowds of pilgrims gathered for a religious festival despite oxygen shortages and strict curbs in other areas.

India's daily Covid-19 tally is world's highest as festival, rallies fan concern

India's daily Covid-19 tally is world's highest as festival, rallies fan concern

Hundreds of thousands of devout Indians are set to bathe in the Ganges river on Wednesday, the third key day of a Hindu festival, even as peaks in daily coronavirus infections prompt government critics to demand the cancellation of huge events.

WHO says looking at mink farm biosecurity worldwide after Danish outbreak

WHO says looking at mink farm biosecurity worldwide after Danish outbreak

The World Health Organization is looking at biosecurity around mink farms in countries across the world to prevent further "spillover events" after Denmark ordered a national mink cull due to an outbreak of coronavirus infections in the animals.

Europe may see 'several' waves of Covid-19: experts

Europe may see 'several' waves of Covid-19: experts

Europe risks being hit with further waves of coronavirus infections next year, France's scientific council has warned, as the continent scrambles to cope with a second deadly spike in Covid-19 cases.

German army looks to dogs to sniff out coronavirus infections

German army looks to dogs to sniff out coronavirus infections

Service dogs in the German army are to receive training to sniff out coronavirus infections, as the country's official caseload ticked up to 196,554 as of early Monday.