Saba Aziz, Al Jazeera English

Saba Aziz

Al Jazeera English

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Past articles by Saba:

New coronavirus surge in the US: What you need to know

Several states report spike in hospitalisations and jumps in new cases, raising concerns of a ‘third wave’. → Read More

Supreme Court to hear Trump curb on census: Live updates

Justices to weigh Trump administration’s plan to exclude noncitizens from the population count. → Read More

Twitter restricts Trump campaign: US election live news

Twitter temporarily restricted Trump’s election campaign account from tweeting, saying a video violated its rules. → Read More

COVID-19 myth-busting: Five things you should know

From water transmission to bleach and shoes, we look at some common coronavirus myths and how to stop their spread. → Read More

Trump campaign events postponed or moved online: Live news

Donald Trump and the first lady experiencing ‘mild symptoms’ after testing positive for COVID-19. → Read More

India's 'precarious' coronavirus crisis: Five things to know

South Asian nation is reporting world's highest daily infections, amid increased testing and easing of restrictions. → Read More

Turkey hosts unique cross-continental swimming race

Thousands of swimmers to take part amid coronavirus restrictions in world's only inter-continental open water contest. → Read More

Rapid coronavirus testing: A game-changer?

New COVID-19 antigen tests that give easy and quick results are being used by some countries - but are they reliable? → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic: How to travel safely

As countries reopen borders and ease restrictions, a number of measures can be taken to reduce the risk of infection. → Read More

'Peak yet to come': Africa hits one million coronavirus cases

Amid lack of testing, real spread of virus on continent unknown, experts say, as countries struggle to curb infections. → Read More

Where are we in finding a treatment for COVID-19?

Some drugs and treatments have shown promise in clinical trials, while others are drawing controversy. → Read More

Coronavirus: How to make sports events safe during a pandemic

As sporting events resume, countries are taking different measures to curb the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Airborne coronavirus spread: Five things to know

We answer some questions about the transmission of COVID-19 through the air, the risks and ways to protect yourself. → Read More

UN: Nearly 80 million people forcibly displaced worldwide

Conflict, violence, persecution forces 11 million to flee in 2019, as coronavirus pandemic worsens plight of refugees. → Read More

Can Muslim college students heal divisions in the US?

Amid rising Islamophobia, Muslim students show greater tendencies towards interfaith goodwill, a recent survey suggests. → Read More

Asymptomatic COVID-19: Five things to know

We answer some commonly asked questions about the spread of coronavirus by people who do not develop symptoms. → Read More

How Afghan refugees are helping Turkey fight coronavirus

UNHCR initiative sees Afghans in Kayseri produce 1,000 face masks a day and soap to aid hospitals and local community. → Read More

'Playful escape': How sport is tackling coronavirus pandemic

As leagues resume play behind closed doors, teams are adjusting to new routines and restrictions amid health concerns. → Read More

How will the coronavirus pandemic change Ramadan for Muslims?

What you should know about fasting, prayer, charity, health and Eid amid global lockdowns and mosque closures. → Read More

Coronavirus: Running marathons under lockdown

With races cancelled and curfews imposed, runners are logging miles on balconies and in living rooms to stay active. → Read More