What are the world news events for December 2020?
Infoplease has got you covered. Here are the world news events you need to know so far for December 2020: On December 2, the UK officially approved the Pfizer vaccine, announcing that the first shots will be given out starting next week. The vaccine is 95% effective in preventing the worst of coronavirus.
What's new in Infoplease for December 2020?
Infoplease has got you covered. Here are the U.S.news events you need to know so far for December 2020: On December 1, a new study revealed that coronavirus may have been in the US as early as December last year. Researchers screened blood donations from last December and found that 84 samples across 9 states had the antibodies for coronavirus.
What happened in the year 2020?
What a year it was: A 2020 timeline January. Jan. 1: One of the worst fire seasons in Australian history continues as thousands of people evacuate and... FEBRUARY. Feb. 2: The Kansas City Chiefs defeat the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. Derrick Nnadi celebrates the... MARCH. March 1: Pete ...
What was the second-deadliest month of 2020?
The second-deadliest month was April 2020, with more than 58,000 deaths. At least 227,651 new cases were reported on Thursday and 3,451 people died, marking the second-highest daily death toll, according to NBC News' tally.