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German Chancellor Merkel: Coronavirus situation remains "very serious"

November 17, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

The coronavirus situation in Germany remains "serious, even very serious," Chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday, adding that restricting contact between people was one of the toughest decisions she has had to make in office.

South Australia reported five new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, bringing the total number of the latest cluster to 21.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued revised guidance on Monday for women who are breastfeeding while they have suspected or confirmed Covid-19, saying breast milk is "not a likely source of infection. "

Some context: The agency issued an EUA in August for the use of blood plasma from people who have recovered from coronavirus infections to treat hospitalized patients with Covid-19.

The United States reported 166,045 new Covid-19 cases and 995 additional virus-related deaths on Monday, according to Johns Hopkins University.

CNN is tracking US Covid-19 cases:

The Seoul Metropolitan Area will strengthen social distancing rules from Thursday, South Korea's Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said, as the country reported more than 200 Covid-19 cases for a third consecutive day.

South Korea recorded 230 new Covid-19 cases for Monday, of which 137 cases were found in Seoul.

Those businesses must close each day at 3 p. m. The Navajo Nation -- which is located within parts of New Mexico, Arizona and Utah -- announced 197 new Covid-19 cases on Monday.

Last week, the Navajo Department of Health identified 34 communities with “uncontrolled spread. ” Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that across the US, Native Americans infected with Covid-19 are about 4. 1 times more likely to be hospitalized than non-Hispanic White people.

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