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The Latest: Detroit students test positive at summer school

DETROIT - At least two Detroit students attending summer school have tested positive for the coronavirus after a judge ordered tests as a condition...

Mandatory masks becoming the rule amid Europe’s virus uptick

ROME (AP) - New rules on wearing masks in England came into effect Friday, with people going to shops, banks and supermarkets now required...

The Latest: UK’s Johnson dismisses anti-vaxxers as ‘nuts’

LONDON - U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has dismissed campaigners seeking to oppose vaccinations, describing so-called anti-vaxxers as “nuts.’’Johnson asked staff at a London...

The Latest: UK’s Johnson dismisses anti-vaxxers as ‘nuts’

LONDON - U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has dismissed campaigners seeking to oppose vaccinations, describing so-called anti-vaxxers as “nuts.’’Johnson asked staff at a London...

The Latest: 30 German meat plant employees still positive

BERLIN - The company that runs a German slaughterhouse that was at the center of a major outbreak last month says 30 employees have...

The Latest: Indiana’s governor, AG at odds over mask mandate

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana’s attorney general says the governor has overstepped his authority in issuing a statewide face mask mandate and that only the Legislature...

The Latest: Uganda confirms first coronavirus death

KAMPALA, Uganda - Uganda has confirmed its first coronavirus death.The health ministry says a 34-year-old woman who died Tuesday was a “support worker” at...

The Latest: Emirates will cover COVID-19 medical bills

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Long-haul carrier Emirates now says it will cover the costs of passengers’ coronavirus-related medical expenses in an effort to...

The Latest: Czech Rep reports over 200 cases for 2nd day

PRAGUE - The day-to-day increase of new confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Czech Republic has surpassed 200 for the second straight day.One of the...

Workers turn into amateur sleuths to track virus cases

NEW YORK (AP) - Jana Jumpp spends eight hours a day updating a spreadsheet - not for work, but a recent hobby: figuring out...