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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian authorities are facing growing complaints from doctors who say their criticism of the response to the coronavirus outbreak and a lack of protective gear is being muzzled.
GENEVA (Reuters) - A Boeing 747 landed in Geneva on Monday with 92 tonnes of protective medical equipment including masks made in China for distribution to 13 Swiss hospitals and pharmaceutical associations as they battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
MANILA: The Philippines has temporarily suspended the deployment of health-care workers abroad as the country struggled to handle a growing number of infections with the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, a government agency said on Monday (April 6).
JAKRAT: At least 25 Indonesian doctors have died after contracting the Covid-19 (coronavirus) symptoms, the country's medical association said Monday (April 6), raising alarm about the toll the disease is taking on health workers.
QUETTA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Riot police wielding batons used force to break up a protest by Pakistani doctors and medical staff against a lack of gear to protect against coronavirus, arresting dozens of medics who say the government has failed to deliver promised supplies.
HANOI (Reuters) - For nearly three decades, Quach My Linh has sold hats at Ba Chieu market in Vietnam's bustling Ho Chi Minh City.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India, like a lot of countries plunged into crisis by the pandemic, is struggling to ramp up testing for the coronavirus, but in few places would the odds of containing the disease appear so bleak should domestic transmission start to multiply.
MADRID/BARCELONA (Reuters) - The pace of new coronavirus deaths in Spain slowed for the fourth day on Monday, but overcrowded crematoria in Barcelona and the death of soccer coach Pep Guardiola's mother showed the national agony was far from over.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As Japan faces a fresh wave of coronavirus infections and the government prepares for a state of emergency, medical staff say a shortage of beds and a rise in cases linked to hospitals are pushing Tokyo's medical system to the brink of collapse.
The spreading global pandemic has tested the competing interests of public health and privacy, with thousands of individuals experiencing both physical illness and the less-visible stigma that can come with it.