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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Coronavirus, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 57,423 stories have been published about Coronavirus which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

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How is the media covering Coronavirus?

Coronavirus often has a balanced coverage.
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Europe · London

Police investigation into partygate concludes with 126 fines issued

35% Right coverage: 37 sources
The investigation into lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street and around Whitehall has concluded, the Met Police has announced. In all, 126 fines have been issued for events relating to the partygate scandal. Boris Johnson, his wife Carrie and Chancellor Rishi Sunak are among those that have been fined.See the Story
Offbeat · Tokyo

Man in Japan gambles COVID town funds mistakenly sent to him

39% Center coverage: 31 sources
A Japanese man went on a gambling spree after COVID-19 relief funds accidentally ended up in his bank account. The 24-year-old man was supposed to receive only 100,000 yen (about $774 in U.S. money) The money was intended for 463 low-income households in Abu, in western Japan.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

U.S. health secretary tests positive for COVID on trip to Berlin

64% Center coverage: 33 sources
U.S. Health Secretary Xavier Becerra tested positive while visiting Berlin. He is fully vaccinated and boosted, but is experiencing mild symptoms. He will continue to work in isolation in Berlin. The meeting is on drawing lessons from the coronavirus pandemic, protecting the vulnerable and unvaccinated.See the Story
Business · Shanghai

Some in Shanghai allowed out to shop; end of COVID lockdown in sight

70% Center coverage: 20 sources
Shanghai will also restart 273 bus lines connecting major urban centers, airports, train stations and hospitals. Bus service resumed on a trial basis within three outlying districts this week, with buses running every 30 to 90 minutes during daylight hours. The lockdown of China's largest city has dealt a blow to the economy and frustrated residents.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

As cases rise, CDC suggests some should consider masking based on their COVID-19 risk

93% Center coverage: 15 sources
As of Wednesday, about 4.25% of U.S. counties have high COVID-19 community levels, according to CDC data. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky: "We have got a range of models out there of what we might see in the fall and winter" She urges people to use the menu of tools to prevent further infection.See the Story
Europe · Geneva

WHO clears China’s CanSino COVID vaccine for emergency use

50% Center coverage: 12 sources
The World Health Organization has granted an emergency use authorization for the coronavirus vaccine made by China's CanSino Biologics. The single-dose vaccine was found to be about 92% effective against severe COVID-19 and 64% effective in preventing people from getting symptoms. WHO's expert vaccine group recommended the vaccine for everyone age 18 and over.See the Story
Europe · London

COVID-19: JCVI recommends autumn booster jabs for some groups

50% Left coverage: 8 sources
Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) say extra shot would help maintain protection over the winter against severe COVID-19. It recommends jabs for:Over 65sCare home residents and staff.Frontline health and social care workers. People over 16 in vulnerable groups.See the Story
Asia · India

India Records 2,364 New COVID-19 Cases, 10 Covid Deaths In 24 Hours: Centre

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
India reported 2,364 fresh Covid cases in a span of 24 hours, which is an increase over the previous day`s count of 1,829 infections. In the same period, the country has reported 10 Covid deaths, taking the nationwide toll to 5,24,303.See the Story
Business · Washington

U.S. existing home sales fall for third straight month; house prices at record high

57% Center coverage: 7 sources
U.S. existing home sales dropped to the lowest level in nearly two years in April as house prices jumped to a record high amid a persistent lack of inventory. Existing home sales fell 2.4% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.61 million units last month, the lowest level since June 2020 when sales were rebounding from the COVID-19 lockdown slump. It was the thirdSee the Story

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