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HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): The Hong Kong Department of Health has teamed with the Chinese University of Hong Kong to beef up its capacity to identify patients infected with the novel coronavirus.
Scientists have been saying for years that deforestation will unleash infectious diseases onto human populations.
Exclusive: Japan businessman paid $8.2 million by Tokyo Olympics bid lobbied figure at centre of French corruption probe
TOKYO/PARIS (Reuters) - A businessman who received millions of dollars for his work on Tokyo's successful campaign to host the 2020 Olympics, which was postponed last week due to the coronavirus, said he played a key role in securing the support of a former Olympics powerbroker suspected by French prosecutors of taking bribes to help Japan's bid.
On the streets of Barcelona, a few lone shoppers and dog walkers, their faces obscured by masks, are the only signs of life in this once-vibrant city — but online it's a different story.
NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): It's the phone calls at all hours of the night he remembers. As swine flu ravaged northern India in 2015, a radiologist working at a hospital in a Delhi suburb said people would call begging for a bed.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Coronavirus infections in Japan topped 2,000 cases on Tuesday, according to a Reuters calculation based on ministry data and media reports.
PETALING JAYA: Only one of the infected people staying at Menara City One condominium tower on Jalan Munshi Abdullah was linked to the Sri Petaling Mosque tabligh cluster, said a spokesman from the Menara City One management company.
The coronavirus, in forcing a swath of humanity to shelter in place for weeks on end, may very well accelerate digital sequestration and seal us more deeply in the glow of our screen-enabled confines.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is urging its citizens not to travel to 73 countries and regions, or a third of all countries in the world, Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said on Tuesday, as the government fights to prevent an explosive surge in coronavirus cases.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's capital recorded more than 70 new coronavirus infections on Tuesday for its highest tally in a single day, as pressure mounted on the prime minister to order a lockdown.