Subfamily of viruses in the family Coronaviridae
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Coronavirus can survive on skin 'for up to nine hours'
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Harsh Vardhan remembers sacrifice of lakhs of 'corona warriors' amid Navratri celebration
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COVID-19 cases rise to record highs in Midwest
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COVID-19 reportedly killing 1,000 per day in Europe
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COVID-19: Don't be careless when it comes to wearing masks, says PM Modi
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Jonathan Ashworth: Coronavirus infection rate is out of control
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Brazil food insecurity: 10 million people are going hungry
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Trump appears in public since COVID-19 diagnosis
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'Pokémon GO' Is Helping Small Businesses Affected by COVID-19
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UK: Data of nearly 16,000 COVID-19 cases lost due to glitch
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CDC: Coronavirus can linger for 'hours' in the air, airborne spread is possible
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New Zealand lifts Auckland virus limits
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GOP 'full steam ahead' on Barrett after Trump test
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