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NEW DELHI: India is set to enter the fourth phase of lockdown from May 18 as the country's Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases continue to rise, surpassing the 80,000 mark on Friday (May 15). As of Friday, the number of Covid-19 cases stood at 81,970 and 2,649 people have lost their lives.
It's a double whammy for Asian Americans.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday issued guidelines to help schools and workplaces determine whether they are ready to open for business.
LONDON (Reuters) - The science of sewage surveillance could be deployed in countries across the world to help monitor the spread of national epidemics of COVID-19 while reducing the need for mass testing, scientists say.
LA ESPERANZA, Honduras (Reuters) - For Yerbin Estrada, the worst part of the day is when the sun begins to set. The hundreds of inmates of La Esperanza prison in central Honduras must leave its small courtyard and file back to their cramped cells.
MORTON, Mississippi (Reuters) - The Koch Foods chicken-processing plant dominates the small town of Morton, where even the sides of the roads are dotted with feathers.
UNITED NATIONS (Xinhua): United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday (May 13) called for attention to mental health problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China will lead a gradual U-shaped regional economic recovery, which will help anchor production and confidence in neighboring countries aided by the adoption of a wide range of stimulus packages to contain the novel coronavirus epidemic, the head of a leading international research organisation told China Daily in an exclusive interview on Wednesday (May 13).
WITH the conditional movement control order (MCO) extended until June 9, some have turned to online shopping as a form of retail therapy.