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Japan set to lift coronavirus emergency as cases slow

Tokyo (AFP) – Japan was poised to lift its nationwide state of emergency over the coronavirus on Monday, gradually reopening the world’s third-biggest economy after new cases slowed to a crawl. Compared with hard-hit areas in Europe, the United States, Russia and Brazil, Japan has been spared the worst of the pandemic, with 16,581 cases in total and 830 deaths. Yet with infections threatening to…

Trump restricts travel from Brazil to US over exploding coronavirus

The White House on Sunday announced a ban on non-citizens travelling from Brazil to the US. The Trump administration said it is suspending entry to the US by anyone who has been in the coronavirus-stricken country in the past 14 days. “The potential for undetected transmission of the virus by infected individuals seeking to enter the United States from the Federative Republic of Brazil threatens…

Robert O’Brien compares China’s coronavirus response to Chernobyl

The White House national security adviser on Sunday compared China’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic to the then-Soviet Union’s response after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. “The cover-up that they did of the virus is going to go down in history, along with Chernobyl. We’ll see an HBO special about it 10 or 15 years from now. And so we’re in a different place…

Oxford scientists working on a coronavirus vaccine say there is now only a 50% chance of success because the number...

The first human trial of the hAdOx1 nCoV-19. vaccine from the Oxford Vaccine Group. YouTube/University of Oxford Oxford scientists working on a coronavirus vaccine say the chances of success are now 50%. They say that’s because the number of people with the virus in the UK is falling too quickly. “At the moment, there’s a 50% chance that we get no result at all,” scientist…

Trump administration asks Supreme Court to stop release of inmates at risk for COVID-19

The Supreme Court has been asked to stop the release of federal prison inmates vulnerable to the coronavirus in another emergency appeal from the Trump administration. (Jacquelyn Martin / Associated Press) The Trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to intervene for the first time in a case related to COVID-19, to block a judge’s order that a low-security federal prison in Ohio transfer, release…

Coronavirus: some NHS staff may refuse to work as govt admits lack of protective clothing – BBC News

Newest video release regarding Coronavirus. Have a look at this “Coronavirus: some NHS staff may refuse to work as govt admits lack of protective clothing – BBC News” video below: The British government has accepted there’s a shortage of protective clothing for frontline health workers. Unions and professional bodies have warned that …..(read more)

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