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When a pandemic was declared one year ago, few could foresee the long road ahead. The toll of COVID-19 has been counted in the deaths and agonies of millions, the ruined economies, the disrupted lives and the near-universal loneliness and isolation.

— The Associated Press (@AP) March 11, 2021

From the first cases in China to worldwide lockdowns and vaccination drives…
Here are the 10 key moments since the Covid-19 pandemic was declared a year ago by the World Health Organization (@WHO).

— AFP News Agency (@AFP) March 11, 2021

CDC finds COVID-19 drove 15% spike in U.S. death rate in 2020: Politico

— Reuters (@Reuters) March 11, 2021

Myanmar army using battle tactics against protests: Amnesty

— Reuters (@Reuters) March 11, 2021

Mexico’s lower chamber has approved a marijuana legalization bill, setting the country on the path to becoming one of the world’s largest legal marijuana markets.

— The Associated Press (@AP) March 11, 2021

Since October 2017, more than 2,600 people—most of them civilians—have been killed in northern Mozambique.

— MIGS (@MIGSinstitute) March 11, 2021

India: Hundreds of thousands of Hindu pilgrims have taken to the waters of the Ganges River to mark the beginning of Kumbh Mela – the world’s largest religious gathering – despite fears of the coronavirus pandemic

— AFP News Agency (@AFP) March 11, 2021

“When I saw my daughter in the coffin, all hope disappeared"
Kiyokazu Sasaki lost his entire family 10 years ago when a powerful earthquake hit Japan and triggered a massive tsunami which wiped out his town

— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) March 11, 2021

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