Category Archives: CNN – World

What you need to know about coronavirus on Tuesday, July 7

What you need to know about coronavirus on Tuesday, July 7

The number of new coronavirus cases recorded daily in the United States has doubled in the span of a week and a half. Asked about the surge in cases, Dr. Anthony Fauci dismissed the idea that the US is experiencing a second wave of the pandemic. “We are still knee-deep in the first wave of…MORE

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tells fans he had lung screening

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tells fans he had lung screening

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro told supporters gathered outside the presidential palace in Brasília Monday that he took a Covid-19 exam and that his lungs were screened. “I’ve came back from the hospital now, I’ve done a lung screening, my lung is clean, OK? I went to do a Covid exam a while ago, but everything…MORE

Meet the ‘tiny bug slayer,’ an ancient relative of giant dinosaurs

Meet the ‘tiny bug slayer,’ an ancient relative of giant dinosaurs

A “tiny bug slayer” that only reached 4 inches in height was the ancestor of much larger dinosaurs and flying pterosaurs 237 million years ago, according to a new study. The diminutive fossil was found in Madagascar, where other intriguing fossils have helped researchers paint a picture of unique animals that lived millions of years…MORE

What you need to know about coronavirus on Monday, July 6

What you need to know about coronavirus on Monday, July 6

Coronavirus can float through the air. It’s likely transmitting that way. That’s why experts want you to wear face masks and stop going to crowded bars, churches and other indoor spaces. A group of 239 international scientists wrote an open letter to the World Health Organization and other agencies to be more forthright in explaining…MORE

What you need to know about coronavirus on Friday, July 3

As America prepares to celebrate a Fourth of July unlike any other, another Covid-19 record has been set: 52,291 new cases were confirmed yesterday. But warnings by medical experts that this weekend’s gatherings could produce a disastrous spike in infections continue to be ignored by some of the country’s top officials. President Donald Trump will…MORE

Question of the Day

July 10

Q: THE BLOOD OF THIS ANIMAL IS ONE OF THE KEYS TO MAKING A CORONAVIRUS VACCINE… A: Horseshoe Crab

July 9

Q: THE LONGEST ONE EVER RECORDED WAS 440-MILES… A: Lightning bolt

July 8

Q: THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT WANTS TO BAN THIS RATHER DISTINCT SMELL A: New car smell