What is happening In the World today?
Alabama's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard
6 confirmed cases
70 total tests
1 reported deaths
0 died from illness
Alabama Department of Public Health | Division of Infectious Diseases & Outbreaks
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Reporter covering foreign affairs, geopolitics and historyEducation: Yale University, BA, honors in history and ethnicity, race and migrationIshaan Tharoor writes about foreign affairs for The Washington Post. He previously was a senior editor and correspondent at Time magazine, based first in Hong Kongand later in New York.Foreign languages spoken: French, Spanish, Bengali
Here’s what’s happening in the world besides the coronavirus pandemic
The center of gravity of the coronavirus epidemic has shifted west. Numbers of infected people are skyrocketing on both sides of the Atlantic, with public health officials widely predicting the worst is yet to come in Europe and North America. On Sunday, Italy saw its single biggest 24-hour spike in coronavirus-related deaths. Germany closed its borders with a number of European neighbors; France and Spain imposed major lockdowns on their cities and towns.
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