1. World Health Organisation insists coronavirus not man-made after Donald Trump's claims  Mirror Online
  2. Trump row erupts as WHO hits out at president and insists coronavirus ISN'T from China lab  Express.co.uk
  3. Testing positive twice for Covid-19 does not mean people have been reinfected, World Health Organisation says  Evening Standard
  4. Countries must remain 'on alert', warns WHO  RTE.ie
  5. BBC’s Andrew Marr stunned as WHO ‘on alert’ for second devastating coronavirus wave  Express.co.uk
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Dr Maria Van Kerkhove shot down Donald Trump's claims that coronavirus was man-made, stating that coronaviruses originally come from bats, emphasising the importance of tracing the source of the disease  Dr Maria Van Kerkhove shot down Donald Trump's claims that coronavirus was man-made, stating that coronaviruses originally come from bats, emphasising the importance of tracing the source of the disease

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A DEVASTATING second wave of COVID-19 is possible and all countries must remain on alert for the eventuality, the World Health Organisation (WHO) told the BBC's Andrew Marr on Sunday.A DEVASTATING second wave of COVID-19 is possible and all countries must remain on alert for the eventuality, the World Health Organisation (WHO) told the BBC's Andrew Marr on Sunday.

BBC’s Andrew Marr stunned as WHO ‘on alert’ for second devastating coronavirus wave | World | News | Express.co.uk

If someone tests positive for coronavirus more than once, it does not necessarily mean they have been reinfected, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).  Speaking on BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, WHO's technical lead on the outbreak, said doctors were finding instances where "dead cells" emerged during the healing process of the lungs.If someone tests positive for coronavirus more than once, it does not necessarily mean they have been reinfected, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).  Speaking on BBC's Andrew Marr

Testing positive twice for Covid-19 does not mean people have been reinfected, World Health Organisation says | London Evening Standard

“Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO technical lead for Covid19, was asked by @AndrewMarr9 about Trump's claim that the virus could have come from a lab, worth reading her response:”

Jim Pickard on Twitter: "Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO technical lead for Covid19, was asked by @AndrewMarr9 about Trump's claim that the virus could have come from a lab, worth reading her response:… https://t.co/GKhvqWjoep"

“Janine has my Bafta vote already. @AndrewMarr9 #isolationstories @eddiemarsan”

Georgia Tennant on Twitter: "Janine has my Bafta vote already. @AndrewMarr9 #isolationstories @eddiemarsan"

“Favourite moment of #Marr #MarrShow: @AndrewMarr9: "It sounds to me as if you are saying is that we may be heading indeed for the worst death toll in Europe at the moment." Sir @IanDiamond11 @ONS: "I wouldn't say that at all.."”

Adrian Hilton on Twitter: "Favourite moment of #Marr #MarrShow: @AndrewMarr9: "It sounds to me as if you are saying is that we may be heading indeed for the worst death toll in Europe at the moment." Sir @IanDiamond11 @ONS: "I wouldn't say that at all..""

“Shapps saying it was harder for us to build the number of Covid tests because we don’t have the industry. We have a massive chemicals industry. The government ignored their offers of help! #Marr @AndrewMarr9”

Bill Esterson on Twitter: "Shapps saying it was harder for us to build the number of Covid tests because we don’t have the industry. We have a massive chemicals industry. The government ignored their offers of help! #Marr @AndrewMarr9"

As lockdown conditions being to ease, countries must remain on alert, warns WHOAs lockdown conditions being to ease, countries must remain on alert, warns WHO

Coronavirus death toll passes 240,000, with 3.4m cases globally

All countries must remain "on alert" over the possibility of further transmission of the coronavirus, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned.All countries must remain "on alert" over the possibility of further transmission of the coronavirus, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned.

Countries must remain 'on alert', warns WHO

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