Ten countries currently facing serious increases in coronavirus infections are among those nations with less stringent approaches to managing their outbreaks.
Guardian analysis of coronavirus data, in combination with the University of Oxford’s coronavirus government response tracker, has identified that 10 of the 45 most badly-affected countries are also among those rated as having a “relaxed response” to the pandemic, underlining the mitigating impact of effective government public health policies.
The president has repeatedly sought to strip crucial protections in the law, including a recent antidiscrimination policy that prevents health providers and doctors from refusing to cover LGBT+ people.
Mr Biden said Americans are “caught in a vice” from the president’s “twin legacies”: a failure to protect people from coronavirus and a “heartless crusade” to dismantle the ACA.
It has the world’s sixth highest death toll, with more than 28,000 fatalities, and the sixth highest total of confirmed infections (almost 295,000).
Most of those infected at Malaga’s Red Cross centre are young migrants who were rescued by boat as they tried to cross the Mediterranean, the Olive Press reported.
Both sides patrol the area without firearms in line with previous agreements to reduce the chance of violence.
The Chinese have refused to disclose their casualties but blamed India for provocation and “violently” attacking its troops. “The Chinese border troops resolutely took self-defence measures and struck back at India’s violent acts, effectively safeguarding the national sovereignty and territorial integrity,” Wu Qian, spokesman for China’s defence ministry, said.
Pointing to the overhead netting covering her terrace, Kuljira Taechawattanawanna feels like a prisoner in her own home. ‘We live in a cage but the monkeys live outside,’ she says.
‘Their excrement is everywhere, the smell is unbearable especially when it rains.’