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Trudeau says talks with U.S. ongoing, confident PPE shipments will continue

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OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's confident shipments of personal protective medical gear from the United States will continue to arrive in Canada, despite apparent efforts by President Donald Trump to keep the equipment on American soil.
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UK's plan B if ‘Team Johnson' is incapacitated? Answer is unclear

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LONDON - Britain's constitution offers no clear answer to the question now on many Britons' minds: what happens if Prime Minister Boris Johnson, undergoing tests in hospital after persistent symptoms of coronavirus, cannot continue to lead.
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UK PM Johnson in hospital with persistent COVID-19 symptoms but still working

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LONDON - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in hospital undergoing tests on Monday after suffering persistent coronavirus symptoms for more than 10 days, but the government said he was in good spirits and still in charge.
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Boris Johnson in ‘good spirits' after being hospitalized with coronavirus

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Boris Johnson is still running the United Kingdom from his hospital bed, a day after he was admitted for continuing coronavirus symptoms. The prime minister was hospitalized Sunday night as a “precautionary step” after he tested positive for COVID-19 a week and a half ago. Johnson had a “comfortable...
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COVID-19: Ireland's PM, a doctor by training, to work one medical shift a week during crisis

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Ireland's prime minister Leo Varadkar has re-registered as a medical practitioner and will work one shift a week to help out during the coronavirus crisis, his office said on Sunday.
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Ireland's prime minister, a former doctor, rejoined the health service and will work one shift a week to battle the coronavirus

Ireland's prime minister, a former doctor, rejoined the health service and will work one shift a week to battle the coronavirus

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Ireland's prime minister Leo Varadkar signed back up to his country's medical register in March as the coronavirus outbreak worsened.
Varadkar, who holds the office of Taoiseach, practiced medicine until 2013, when he left the profession for politics.
Varadkar will work one day a week for the Health Service Executive and will conduct phone assessments of potential coronavirus patients.
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Ireland's prime minister rejoined his country's health service and intends to work to help it combat the coronavirus outbreak.
Leo Varadkar, a former...
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UK PM Johnson in hospital with persistent COVID-19 symptoms but still working

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LONDON - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was undergoing hospital tests on Monday after suffering persistent coronavirus symptoms for more than 10 days, but the government said he was in good spirits and still in charge.
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UK PM Johnson says from hospital: I'm in good spirits doing routine tests

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LONDON - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday he undergoing routine tests for coronavirus symptoms but was in good spirits and in touch with his team.
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British PM ‘in good spirits' but to stay in hospital -spokesman

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LONDON - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had a comfortable night in hospital, is in good spirits and continues to carry out work as leader of the government but will remain in hospital under observation, his spokesman said on Monday.
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Britain now has 10,000 ventilators -PM's spokesman

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LONDON - Britain now has 10,000 ventilators in its healthcare system, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman said on Monday, confirming the number had increased after deliveries from suppliers.
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Britain committed to continuing talks with EU - PM's spokesman

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LONDON - Britain is absolutely committed to continuing negotiations with the European Union on their future relationship, a spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday, repeating that the government did not intend to extend the transition period.
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Boris Johnson's government reportedly believes the coronavirus may have accidentally leaked from a Chinese laboratory

Boris Johnson's government reportedly believes the coronavirus may have accidentally leaked from a Chinese laboratory

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The UK government reportedly believes the coronavirus outbreak may have started in a Chinese laboratory.
Most experts believe the outbreak began when animals passed COVID-19 onto humans in China.
However, some scientists believe an accidental leak is a plausible alternative theory.
UK officials are not ruling out the possibility that a laboratory close to Wuhan accidentally leaked the virus.
A UK Parliament committee on Monday accused the Chinese government of spreading "disinformation" about the origins of the virus.
"Perhaps it is no coincidence that there is that laboratory in Wuhan...
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Boris Johnson's spokesman accuses Russia of spreading 'disinformation' after Russian state media claims the prime minister is on a coronavirus ventilator

Boris Johnson's spokesman accuses Russia of spreading 'disinformation' after Russian state media claims the prime minister is on a coronavirus ventilator

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Boris Johnson's spokesman denies reports by the Russian state media that the prime minister is being treated in hospital with a ventilator.
Johnson was admitted to hospital on Sunday after continuing to experience a high temperature and cough, ten days after testing positive for the coronavirus.
His spokesman said he would remain in hospital under observation, but insisted he was "comfortable."
He refused to deny separate reports that Johnson has received oxygen treatment.
However, he labelled Russian reports that he is on a ventilator as "disinformation."
Downing Street also refused to...
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Trump Says He's Sure Boris Johnson Will Recover After U.K. Prime Minister Hospitalized With Coronavirus

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Boris Johnson, 55, was admitted to hospital for tests after he continued to display "persistent" symptoms of COVID-19, his office said.
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