CNN 2 Sep 2020

White House warns Iowa could see dire rise in Covid-19 cases


CNN's Nick Watt reports on the spike in Covid-19 cases at colleges in 36 states and the FDA suggesting a coronavirus vaccine could be approved before their trials are over.

The U.S. set the highest seven-day case average Sunday as COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the country with the death toll now at 225,000.
As the U.S. continues to deal with a rise in COVID-19, So is Europe.

And France, like much of the continent, is struggling to get control of an autumn surge in cases after a record-setting weekend.

NewsNet's Europe correspondent Ryan Thompson has more from Lyon, France.
Canada's top doctor warns of a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases if Canadians don't follow pandemic guidelines.
The Netherlands now has one of the worst coronavirus infection rates in Europe, as case numbers and hospital admissions balloon.
After the first wave, authorities implemented a test and trace policy in an effort to contain new infections but due to recent explosive numbers contact tracing of infected people has become impossible.
Despite the rapidly rising numbers the government does not want to impose stricter measures as of yet but if infection rates continue to go up new measures might be announced soon.

Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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