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Germany's centre for disease control on March 7 urged people with smartwatches and fitness bands to share their health data to help keep track of the spread of the coronavirus.
With much of the US and Europe in lockdown, video game use has exploded.
Our natural need for human contact might make it difficult to cope with being hospitalised in an isolation room or ward.
TORONTO/MONTREAL (Reuters) - With deaths in nursing homes making up almost half of Canada’s coronavirus deaths, provinces are taking control of their workforces, boosting care workers' wages and redeploying health inspectors from hospitals to curb the virus’ spread among seniors.
NEW YORK: Two key bank regulators are holding off on easing Wall Street debt limits in response to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving billions of dollars locked up at banking subsidiaries that could be used for lending amid the deepening economic crisis.
(Reuters) - New York has suffered its deadliest day in the novel coronavirus pandemic, with 731 fatalities in the last 24 hours, although Governor Andrew Cuomo said hospitalizations were reaching a plateau in a promising sign for the hardest-hit state.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A Japanese sake brewery has warned against binge drinking at home as more Japanese are expected to hunker down indoors after the government stepped up calls for people to stay at home to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Individuals who shoot photos, videos of policemen manning roadblocks across the country with the intention of creating a negative perception about the police on social media will face stern action, says Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador.
PETALING JAYA: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and their employees will benefit from a RM10bil financial lifeline.