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US Tops 2 Million Total Coronavirus Cases, Johns Hopkins Reports

The number of COVID-19 cases in the United States has gone over the 2 million mark, by far the world’s highest number, Johns Hopkins University’s…

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Scientists Hunt Pandemic Hotspots in Race to Test Vaccines

The first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic may be waning. For vaccine developers, that could be a problem. Scientists in Europe and the United States…

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The Small Southern African Country of Lesotho is Attending its First COVID-19 Patient

Healthcare workers in the tiny Southern African country of Lesotho are attending to the country’s first COVID-19 patient. Lesotho’s health ministry confirmed the country’s first…

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Detectives make breaktrhough in burglary cases

ELLIOT – Detectives successfully arrested six suspects for several burglary cases. On 13 May 2020 from 08:00 until 20:00 Detectives from Elliot conducted an operation…

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Intensified crime prevention Covid-19 operation net drugs peddlers in Kimberley

The Northern Cape Police, intensified Covid-19 Operation, squeezed the space and left no stone unturned when they net drug peddlers in Kimberley. In the early…

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