April 7: Officials in Wuhan, China, lift the city-wide lockdown after 76 days.
March 13: Trump declares a national emergency amid the coronavirus pandemic.
March 11: The WHO declares the coronavirus a pandemic.
July 23: China launches its first mission to Mars, Tianwen-1, a combined orbiter, lander and rover, from Wenchang Launch Site, Hainan Island
July 25: Hurricane Hanna, 1st of the 2020 season, makes landfall on the Texas Gulf Coast as a category 1 storm
April 8: Sen. Bernie Sanders dropped out of the 2020 race, making former Vice President Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee in the race against President Donald Trump.
May 8: "Murder hornets" have now entered the U.S. — and they could decimate the honeybee population
January 7: The World Health Organization is notified of the novel coronavirus, then known as 2019-nCoV, in China.
June 28: Global death toll from coronavirus COVID-19 passes 500,000, doubling in less than two months
July 30: Barack Obama gives the eulogy at the funeral of congressman John Lewis, with former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta
July 2: Ghislaine Maxwell Arrested, Charged In Connection To Jeffrey Epstein Abuse Case
Be Brave ~ Be Strong ~ Be Wise
January 31: The United Kingdom withdraws from the European Union.
January 16: The impeachment trial for President Donald Trump begins.
April 2: Global coronavirus cases surpass one million.
June 18: Global Covid-19 death toll passes 450,000 – as it happened
August 3: President Trump takes on TikTok
January 8: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announce they are stepping down from their duties as senior royals in Buckingham Palace.
June 21: WHO Reports Record Daily Increase in Coronavirus Cases
January 20: The first coronavirus case in the US is reported in Washington state.
August 4: Trump says TikTok will be banned Sept. 15
April 9: The state of New York alone has the highest number of coronavirus cases than any country in the world.
June 11: A timeline of the George Floyd and anti-police brutality protests
March 10: Italy becomes the first country to implement a nationwide lockdown.
January 2: A third state of emergency was called in New South Wales, Australia, as bushfires threatened the south coast of the country.
March 24: The 2020 Summer Olympics, which were supposed to take place in Tokyo, are postponed until 2021.
January 11: China records its first coronavirus death.
August 4: Trump signs the Great American Outdoors Act
January 26: Kobe and Gigi Bryant, along with seven other passengers, died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California.
June 22: 'Godzilla dust cloud' from Sahara blankets Caribbean on its way to US
January 2: Iranian General Qasem Soleimani killed in US drone strike.
May 14: Coronavirus: Global death toll surpasses 300,000
January 8: Iran launches ballistic missiles at two military bases in Iraq, injuring American soldiers.
August 2: Part of Tempe Bridge demolished after train derailment
February 4: The Iowa caucus results are delayed due to "quality control."
🚨Coronavirus Update (LIVE) statistics
August 4: Beirut blast: Dozens dead and thousands injured, health minister says
February 11: The WHO names the coronavirus disease COVID-19.
July 8: Trump administration begins formal withdrawal from World Health Organization
May 29: George Floyd killing: what sparked the protests – and what has been the response?
January 8: A Ukrainian flight crashes in Tehran, Iran, killing all 176 passengers on board.
July 20: Announcement that a COVID-19 vaccine developed by the University of Oxford (ChAdOx1 nCoV-19) is able to trigger immune response and antibodies
April 2: A record 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment last week
February 5: Trump is acquitted by the Senate on both articles of impeachment.
August 2: Worldwide coronavirus cases top 18 million
March 16: Dow plunges 2,997 points in the worst drop since 1987 amid coronavirus fears.
February 24: Harvey Weinstein is found guilty of third-degree rape and first-degree criminal sexual act.
July 22: California surpasses New York in confirmed coronavirus cases
July 27: WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesussays that COVID-19 is "easily the most severe" global health emergency it has faced
May 25: George Floyd's death
March 5: Sen. Elizabeth Warren drops out of the 2020 presidential race.
January 23: Wuhan, China — the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak — goes under an unprecedented lockdown, impacting 11 million residents.
Copyright 2021 © MRMBB333. All rights reserved