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Anurag Maan

GRAPHIC-Asian bonds see foreign inflows for 16th successive month in September

Oct 19 2021

Oct 19 Foreigners were net buyers of Asian bonds for a sixteenth consecutive month in September, though the inflows were capped on worries over higher inflation levels and chances of a hawkish shift in major central banks' policy measures.

U.S. coronavirus hospitalizations hit eight-month high over 100,000

Aug 27 2021

The number of coronavirus patients in U.S. hospitals has breached 100,000, the highest level in eight months, according to the Department of Health and Human Services, as a resurgence of COVID-19 spurred by the highly contagious Delta variant strains the nation's health care system. | Video

U.S. coronavirus hospitalizations hit eight-month high over 100,000

Aug 26 2021

Aug 26 The number of coronavirus patients in U.S. hospitals breached 100,000 on Thursday, the highest level in eight months, according to the Department of Health and Human Services, as a resurgence of COVID-19 spurred by the highly contagious Delta variant strains the nation's health care system.

New York governor reveals 12,000 more COVID-19 deaths than previously counted

Aug 26 2021

NEW YORK New York Governor Kathy Hochul revealed 12,000 more people died of COVID-19 than was reported under her disgraced predecessor, making good on her promise for greater transparency on just her second day leading the state. | Video

U.S. reports more than 1,000 COVID deaths in single day

Aug 18 2021

(Reuters) -The United States reported more than 1,000 COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, equating to around 42 fatalities an hour, according to a Reuters tally, as the Delta variant continues to ravage parts of the country with low vaccination rates. | Video

U.S. reports more than 1,000 COVID deaths in single day

Aug 18 2021

Aug 18 The United States reported more than 1,000 COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, or about 42 fatalities an hour, according to a Reuters tally, as the Delta variant continues to ravage parts of the country with low vaccination rates.

In Texas, local school officials stick with mask mandate, despite court setback

Aug 16 2021

Local officials in Texas who have been battling their governor over mask mandates said they would continue to require face coverings in schools despite a setback in the state Supreme Court.

Mississippi hospital puts beds in parking garage to cope with COVID-19 surge

Aug 13 2021

(Reuters) -The crush of new COVID-19 infections in Mississippi has become so dire that the state has turned to efforts reminiscent of the earliest days of the U.S. pandemic, when a field hospital was set up in New York's Central Park and a medical ship was moored in the Hudson River.

Mississippi hospital puts beds in parking garage to cope with COVID-19 surge

Aug 13 2021

Aug 13 The crush of new COVID-19 infections in Mississippi has become so dire that the state has turned to efforts reminiscent of the earliest days of the U.S. pandemic, when a field hospital was set up in New York's Central Park and a medical ship was moored in the Hudson River.

Europe becomes first region to cross 50 million COVID-19 cases - Reuters tally

Jul 19 2021

Europe became the first region worldwide to cross 50 million coronavirus cases on Monday, according to a Reuters tally, as the more contagious Delta variant spurred a record surge in daily new infections.

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