The World Health Organization has said the world is nowhere near the amount of coronavirus immunity needed to induce herd immunity, a situation where enough people would have antibodies to stop the spread.
South Africa has relaxed lockdown restrictions allowing bars, restaurants, gyms and places of worship to reopen.
The number of people diagnosed with COVID-19 around the world now exceeds 21.8 million, and more than 774,000 people have died, according to Johns Hopkins University. Nearly 13.9 million people have recovered from the disease.
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Tuesday, August 18
23:30 GMT – Turkey ferries COVID-19 aid to Venezuela as foreign minister visits
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu visited Caracas on Tuesday as his country delivered medical equipment to help crisis-stricken Venezuela deal with the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Turkey has been one of the key backers of Venezuela’s socialist President Nicolas Maduro, who has overseen a six-year economic crisis in the once-prosperous OPEC nation but has so far withstood an 18-month effort by the United States to oust him through sanctions on the country’s oil sector.
“Neither sanctions, nor a…
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