The number of coronavirus cases worldwide topped six million Sunday, with Brazil registering another record surge in daily infections as divisions deepened on how to deal with the pandemic.
US President Donald Trump faced a broad backlash on Saturday over severing ties with the UN's health agency during a pandemic, as coronavirus cases worldwide topped 6 million and infections surged in Latin America.
Pope Francis called on Saturday for a "more just and equitable society" in the post-coronavirus world, and for people to act to "end the pandemic of poverty".
Romania's Prime Minister Ludovic Orban has been accused of breaking his own government's coronavirus restrictions after a picture emerged of him smoking and drinking inside his office with several cabinet members.
President Donald Trump said Friday he was severing US ties with the World Health Organization, which he says failed to do enough to combat the initial spread of the novel coronavirus.
An Indonesian minister is under fire after he compared coronavirus to rebellious wives, in remarks aimed at soothing public fears about easing COVID-19 restrictions across the Southeast Asian archipelago.
Local chief executives may impose lockdown in a barangay with high coronavirus (Covid-19) cases, according to Malacañang.
Even the number of coronavirus (Covid-19) cases continues to rise, President Rodrigo Duterte allayed fears of the public, saying the country’s death toll from the disease was relatively low.
President Rodrigo Duterte believes that China will be among the first countries that can find a vaccine against the novel coronavirus (COVID).
South Korea on Thursday re-imposed a series of coronavirus social distancing measures it had eased early this month, as a series of clusters threatened to challenge its success in containing the epidemic.
Facebook on Wednesday defended itself against a report that it shelved internal research indicating that it was dividing people instead of bringing them together.
The US coronavirus death toll passed 100,000 as the pandemic tightened its grip on South America, which is outpacing Europe and the United States in daily infections.
South Korea reported its biggest jump in coronavirus infections in seven weeks on Wednesday, driven by a fresh cluster at an e-commerce warehouse on Seoul's outskirts, as millions more pupils went back to school.
The Bureau of Immigration stresses there is no exemption, whether you are loving in a posh village or in a slum area, you must obey the law.
Thailand's premier on Wednesday urged parliament to approve the kingdom's biggest-ever stimulus package to revive an economy battered by coronavirus, which has brought tourism to a standstill, slashed exports and left millions jobless.
Almost 200 persons deprived of liberty (PDL) and personnel of the Bureau of Corrections have been tested positive with the 2019 coronavirus, said Justice Undersecretary Markk Perete on Wednesday (May 27).
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said in jest that he wanted to quit law profession and foray into showbiz.
Citing the need to use research and development to address threats caused by viruses like the coronavirus, Sen. Panfilo Lacson has filed a bill establishing the Virology Science and Technology Institute of the Philippines (VIP).
A three-month extension of the emergency powers granted to President Rodrigo Duterte to manage the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis in the country is “ideal,” Malacañang said Wednesday.